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Complete thread -- Hint - sometimes need to give google more clues, & also take out some word sm
Complete thread -- ABGs sm might see it
Complete thread -- thank you! You are brilliant.
Complete thread -- Thanks BB. Where I thought he said his he said dis-closed. :)
Complete thread -- i tried with the entire sentence but it looked kind of vague. thanks. ...
Complete thread -- disclosed symptoms?
Complete thread -- Did you Google. I found vein graft press when I Googled.
Complete thread -- He was known to have a markedly elevated PSA and on review of systems his s/l close
Complete thread -- A 1.5 x 1.5 stamp size piece of temporalis fascia was harvested and pl ...
Complete thread -- Thanks!!
Complete thread -- you might want to post here...
Complete thread -- If anyone works for MQ is on here and knows a QA named Wendy or Wendy if you are sm
Complete thread -- thanks. ...
Complete thread -- I've heard preopped and have just given it to them and I'm actually on a primary account
Complete thread -- Sounds good to me.
Complete thread -- A second area of induration was noted slightly lateral and anterior to ...
Complete thread -- ?kyphosis
Complete thread -- prostaglandin
Complete thread -- ?prepped
Complete thread -- many thanks. ...
Complete thread -- that's the one I was thinking of, just out of reach.
Complete thread -- Also found it again in the link inside.
Complete thread -- "fascial waist" (see message and link)
Complete thread -- we then passed the NephroMax dilator over the sensor wire, just to the ...
Complete thread -- Might want to change the speed back and forth and relisten sm
Complete thread -- can't think of anything other than 'created' - maybe the doc is mispronouncing/slurring.
Complete thread -- there is a period after that, by the way. procedures are as in my post below
Complete thread -- Pericardial stay sutures were s/l creeayed. Does not sound like created.
Complete thread -- Oh lordy, never mind. It was the anesthesiologist's name.
Complete thread -- ANESTHESIA: S/L cologne (paragraph). Operative findings:
Complete thread -- okay, thanks to you all - think it is "snug right at the UPJ"
Complete thread -- yes, maybe "noted right at the UPJ" thanks!
Complete thread -- thanks, I think I can now hear "that was ? right at the UPJ"
Complete thread -- that was noted at the (where the contrast slowed or stopped or ?)
Complete thread -- amount of contrast that was ? at the UPJ. 16-French 2-way
Complete thread -- amount of contrast that was ? at the UPJ. 16-French 2-way
Complete thread -- ....sorry, yes, and thank you
Complete thread -- Per the Bos, no it is 2-way. numbers always used.
Complete thread -- sorry, reposted above (it is two-way though)
Complete thread -- nephrolithotomy, s/l non-dred plse see msg for context
Complete thread -- ? Where is the ? in question?? 2-way 10 mL
Complete thread -- sorry, just realized I didn't put the s/l in my paragraph I will repost
Complete thread -- nephrolithotomy, s/l "non-dred" plse sm for context
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- No, not in this case. Adverbs with an -ly like "privately" do not need a hyphen.
Complete thread -- privately-owned hyphen??
Complete thread -- I thought I was missing something in there.
Complete thread -- Blanking it
Complete thread -- The patient was preopped and taken to the OR. *preopped? - any alternate suggestion
Complete thread -- he just says 1000 units of pseudomonas aeruginosa, what is the question?
Complete thread -- ACL autograft procedure. Swear I'm hearing "tie fighter type guide"
Complete thread -- Urine culture, 1000 __________ of pseudomonas
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- reposted
Complete thread -- Looks like someone posted over your wav file. Try again.
Complete thread -- I believe he's saying "ramipril"
Complete thread -- metolazone, potassium, _________, simvastatin, Tylenol, Zyvox.
Complete thread -- YW! I have added link to my resources as well.
Complete thread -- thank you! I had a hard time verifying. Great link!
Complete thread -- Map may be right...see message and link
Complete thread -- MP3 uploaded: (sm)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- see a psychiatrist and psychologist and she is on risperidone as well as ______.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- NM, will type as he dictates.
Complete thread -- it sounds like he is just stuttering and says "started after" again
Complete thread -- Empiric treatment with Rocephin ___
Complete thread -- th last is admitted to Dr. Someone's service. Further management...
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- days before _______ after she was treated with
Complete thread -- ?s
Complete thread -- would expect base excess if part of ABG but certainly can't hear that. I thought maybe
Complete thread -- I'm not sure if there's a reason for the way doc dictates this or if he
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- s/l of pneumonia but can't get after that
Complete thread -- s/l zyphosis
Complete thread -- NM - it's truncal
Complete thread -- s/l her-coy ataxia TIA!
Complete thread -- Diagnosis of mild exacerbation. __________ secondary to steroids.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- could it be 'deep inhalant' inhalers?
Complete thread -- , bicarb 14.3, __________0.5. INR 1. WBC 17.5, hemoglobin 12.2, lactic acid 9.1.
Complete thread -- prednisone 50 mg daily and nebulizer treatments __________ inhalers
Complete thread -- Pain started two days before _______ after she was treated
Complete thread -- (twice as many hits for squall)
Complete thread -- try googling this: ""got into a squall"
Complete thread -- I would hyphenate medication-over-objection
Complete thread -- consider reexcitation
Complete thread -- ...in a week's time AS the patient has stents. I will...
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- sorry for sp. mistake "bio"
Complete thread -- 185. is now admitted and on medication for...
Complete thread -- alcoholic level of _____. The patient is ______ medication for alcohol
Complete thread -- thank you very much. will check it out.
Complete thread -- good catch, probably 31.
Complete thread -- asynclitic
Complete thread -- There is a company called "Inion" who make biodegrable pins for hammertoes
Complete thread -- Not union. every time she says it, it s/l inion. Not IM either.
Complete thread -- vertex changes consistent with an *acing-clitic*position
Complete thread -- Recheck hematocrit of "1"
Complete thread -- union?
Complete thread -- how about IM? (intramedullary)
Complete thread -- 2. is "treated"
Complete thread -- Hammertoe correction with s/l inion rod fixation. She has said it numerous times in
Complete thread -- (found: The plasma cells show kappa light chain restriction)
Complete thread -- ?kappa restricted?
Complete thread -- pure guess s/l oblarity might be polarity=unequal physical effects sm
Complete thread -- multiple myeloma s/l captorestricted TIA!
Complete thread -- what helper was offering is: dictator often short-speak terms( leave out words)
Complete thread -- If the patient has stents, I will follow up with _____ in the nursing home
Complete thread -- saw the patient. _____ wav 2 Primaxin AND The patient was _____. Antibiotics are c
Complete thread -- I think I hear: Urine noted showing ESBL Klebsiella pneumoniae
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Blood cultures from before, it was negative. Blood culture on 1/28 was
Complete thread -- 7. CABG.
Complete thread -- labs
Complete thread -- a couple questions
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- He is a pretty good dictator. I definately hear "maylar". Thanks..sending
Complete thread -- midline?
Complete thread -- Chronic pancreatitis findings seen with *pseudo oblarity.* Please sm
Complete thread -- wav posted. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- Don't know the word, but sentence needs work, maybe "and" before "needed."
Complete thread -- intermittent periods of *rexidation* in the unit needed constant redirections
Complete thread -- Laparoscopic procedure converted to open. D: We entered the belly through s/l malar
Complete thread -- afraid of potential overdose and *istolaty* and she was started in Lamictal for
Complete thread -- Mother states that she snores *mildly/loudly* at night and has episode ...
Complete thread -- not sure about "lower" may be working on lower extrem? & left word out maybe
Complete thread -- I'm thinking it's DAW (dispense as written) now that I've investigated it more.
Complete thread -- agree, it is a cinched in area; also can hear napkin ring sign sm
Complete thread -- Squabble
Complete thread -- additional broader google link
Complete thread -- works best to post more info. s/l boats may be bone allograft?? sm
Complete thread -- waist
Complete thread -- Soma 350 q.i.d., 120 tablets ______ (s/l T-A-W?--spelled out). Nucy ...
Complete thread -- NM, need to send in now.
Complete thread -- advised to exclude __________. __________ gastrointestinal evaluation
Complete thread -- a few ?s
Complete thread -- Got the last one: and has required systemic oral anticoagulation since then
Complete thread -- flagging the rest
Complete thread -- Is *waste* correct in following context? Never heard it as such and, if so, wondering
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- yes, got that after posted
Complete thread -- 240 mg
Complete thread -- Medications on admission included diltiazem CD ______ mg o.d., war
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- maybe "squall" 2. a sudden disturbance or commotion.
Complete thread -- Thanks, all. I just went for it after finding several hits on Google
Complete thread -- fast 0 was very clear, ? artese - flagged it.
Complete thread -- how about squall? (one definition is "short-lived commotion")
Complete thread -- #2 - sedentary during a long car trip. This occurred
Complete thread -- hemorrhoids?
Complete thread -- ?s
Complete thread -- How about spar?
Complete thread -- Hah, well back to it. What region of the country is this from anyway??
Complete thread -- He has no history of rectal bleed, ______ or weight loss.
Complete thread -- Sorry, not really working for me. She may be familiar with MMA, but usage still
Complete thread -- ok, never said he lost conciousness
Complete thread -- I'm not familiar with that usage. But I do find results if I add "fight" with it on a
Complete thread -- (Sure, why not?) Fell on the ground, awoke and he had brief confusion...
Complete thread -- sprawl means to thrash about (have a fight)
Complete thread -- Could it be "fast absorbing" sutures?
Complete thread -- added WAV. patient with cat bites.
Complete thread -- s/l awoke very clear
Complete thread -- burn debridement and graft: s/l artese interrupted fast 0 sutures
Complete thread -- Too tired to be working, like she's too tired to be dictating.
Complete thread -- thanks. ...
Complete thread -- with return of playing sports
Complete thread -- The patient presents to orthopedic trauma clinic reporting improved pa ...
Complete thread -- flagging it. thanks. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- We also used Grafton *boats* as supplemental allograft. ...
Complete thread -- Like your very own "random act of kindness" just now, lol.
Complete thread -- With IR guidance..... "They cut it."
Complete thread -- Yes, IV and drip are the same thing, just worded differently.
Complete thread -- The nodule was sent down to pathology for frozen section. With our gu ...
Complete thread -- Thank you, I hear that now. Thanks to all the other helpers too
Complete thread -- Huibregtse
Complete thread -- I hear: she is functional class III
Complete thread -- diagnosIS - not diagnose
Complete thread -- writting "two needles". Thanks ...
Complete thread -- Dictating meds for pt with alcoholic cirrhosis. Protonix 40 mg IV twice daily, /sm
Complete thread -- The patient is a carpenter and he reported that during work, a piece o ...
Complete thread -- ??? needles.
Complete thread -- Functional capacity:
Complete thread -- Fluoroscopy was then brought into the field and _____ were used to ver ...
Complete thread -- additional note: The pt had just seen a cardiologist.
Complete thread -- If anybody can give me a clue about what he is talking about, would
Complete thread -- A gamma probe was in the room and used to detect the area of _____ in ...
Complete thread -- wav posted. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- The patient is a 74-year-old female with a right breast invasive ducta ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- A gamma probe was in the room and used to detect the area of *hydratin ...
Complete thread -- biopsy after seeing abnormal findings on a (diagnostic?) mammogram.
Complete thread -- The patient is a 74-year-old female with a right breast invasive ducta ...
Complete thread -- I got nothing, flagging it
Complete thread -- Sphincterotomy using a *hubretzi* needle knife?
Complete thread -- I'd have to flag that. It is definitely not a word, but...that's up to your account specs
Complete thread -- I'm Sooo sorry!! LOL
Complete thread -- this is what he sounds like. are you surprised i cannot make it out?
Complete thread -- very distorted sound, I can't make it out. sorry
Complete thread -- here is no need to resume the Decadron. I advised him to stop the Kep ...
Complete thread -- bottoms up!
Complete thread -- He's making it up. If your account specs allow, it makes sense.
Complete thread -- ? correlated
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- a tip for you
Complete thread -- beer can test
Complete thread -- doctor clearly said in assessment "Acromioclaviculitis", but I cant document
Complete thread -- s/l "bear can" test
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- motion.
Complete thread -- definitive aneurysm seen on the current exam, though it is suboptimal by ____
Complete thread -- THANKS BOTH OF YOU. IT IS ST. BARNABAS
Complete thread -- There are at least a couple fo St. Barnabas hospitals, institutes etc.
Complete thread -- maybe St. Bonaventure based on your s/l, but I didn't research it.
Complete thread -- I hear now: Fluoroscopy view achieved, pre-, peri-, and postop. Can anyone else confirm?
Complete thread -- looking for s/l St. Barnevest Pain Management Center, division of PM&R
Complete thread -- I can now hear 'fluoroscopy _____, pre-, peri-, and postoperative.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- cold?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- wow... unfortunately, can't hear that. Maybe it's what she's trying to say, though.
Complete thread -- cortical?
Complete thread -- No wav. It must be 'mid'. Thanks
Complete thread -- No, clear sounds like 'mint'. Will post WAV
Complete thread -- sounds like "to off" - maybe means to taper off.
Complete thread -- Thyroid nodules
Complete thread -- wrist?
Complete thread -- maybe if he has high cholesterol, but not connected to nebulizer.
Complete thread -- s/l Left 'mint' volar ganglion cyst. It is not 'hand'.
Complete thread -- which have been 10 q. 12h as per our plan ______
Complete thread -- could it be Simcor? But would that be connected the nebulizer
Complete thread -- Symbicort maybe (though sounds more like sim-cort with no "b" sound)
Complete thread -- ? Symbicort
Complete thread -- aspirin, metformin, Colace, Zoloft, nortriptyline, ___nebulizer.
Complete thread -- see message.
Complete thread -- how about Garrison or Harrison
Complete thread -- sorry, thinking this makes sense... threw me off a little for some reason
Complete thread -- oh boy, sorry
Complete thread -- I think he must be saying further.
Complete thread -- They do not have to specify they are quoting a patient to put quotes
Complete thread -- s/l barrison place in NJ
Complete thread -- Thanks for your input!
Complete thread -- particular left frontal *start* with rapid diffuse spread
Complete thread -- My immediate thought was "serum protein electrophoresis" as well.
Complete thread -- B12 level, folic acid, thyroid function tests, RPR, *sero protinit por-for-essis.*
Complete thread -- failing triamcinolone and Kenalog so we will try her on ______
Complete thread -- Both sound like "5 Hz"
Complete thread -- 10:04:54 *fur* evolution.
Complete thread -- Diffuse ______ activity.
Complete thread -- I found "Singley" intestinal clamps and forceps in Stedman's.
Complete thread -- It appears to be (?slower hold up or ?slow hold up) in the left colon.
Complete thread -- thanks didn't do the EKG
Complete thread -- Good info, thanks!
Complete thread -- saddle is correct. google saddle EKG
Complete thread -- satellite?
Complete thread -- PVCs without *saddle* formation
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- The left lower lobe was the easiest edge to obtain and this was delivered through the
Complete thread -- consider guard (particularly with immunosuppression)
Complete thread -- orthopedic vernacular. Lots of hits for smith-pete
Complete thread -- OptaComp
Complete thread -- Surgery authorization
Complete thread -- ahhhh, okay that makes sense... Thank you MT50 and nm!!
Complete thread -- common garden anterior wall absecess (like "common garden variety" I think)
Complete thread -- common-or-garden? although I really don't hear "or"
Complete thread -- this is just _______ anterior wall abscess occurring in the setting of immunosuppress
Complete thread -- asthenic? thin, delicate body habitus.
Complete thread -- got it...cabergoline...thx
Complete thread -- s/l...ker-ber-ga-ling ....sm
Complete thread -- don't be so dang nasty "random acts of kindness." works better
Complete thread -- The Gothic Arch of the shoulder girdle combined with anatomic tuberosity
Complete thread -- very rude person, then tries to make light of it. Kindness plz.
Complete thread -- s/l gothic arch?
Complete thread -- It was not an unreasonable question, and didn't deserve such a rude response.
Complete thread -- thin s/l and ee-stack TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- came to rest upon the Kelly clamp
Complete thread -- does not sound like it. wav posted. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- adjusted
Complete thread -- exhibiting
Complete thread -- Once the plastic sheath became *drastic* on the Kelly clamp, the plast ...
Complete thread -- The problem is, who will work FOR may not use common sense.
Complete thread -- The patient tolerated the procedure well ___ a very low threshold. T ...
Complete thread -- No, I'm assuming any MT should use common sense.
Complete thread -- thank you, what I hear
Complete thread -- You're assuming the OP has that much leeway, which since they asked, they
Complete thread -- Your QA or supervisor or doctor should be able to tell you how they want you to
Complete thread -- oxcarbazepine
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- use of the gabapentin that she has been placed on as well as ____ by other physicians
Complete thread -- Maybe. My computer seems to be acting all wonky tonight, lol.
Complete thread -- hot swollen foot
Complete thread -- No,you should change it. Don't waste their time on something like this.
Complete thread -- The patient presented to ED with right _____ foot and gas noted on x-r ...
Complete thread -- thanks. ...
Complete thread -- found "finger escape" Thanks to all who tried
Complete thread -- okay... Will flag...
Complete thread -- You probably opened the file two or three times.
Complete thread -- up into the kidney
Complete thread -- Are we your bosses? Do we pay your salary? Do we know what you are allowed/not allowed
Complete thread -- Have you listened to what you posted? Sounds like 2-3 different recordings
Complete thread -- doctor dictates "Smith-Pete osteotomy". May I switch it to Smith-Petersen?
Complete thread -- A second sensor guidewire was passed through the dual-lumen catheter _ ...
Complete thread -- 3+ brachioradialis "with the finger scape"
Complete thread -- sounds more like Golrate or Corate, cant her caltrate
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- aortomitral curtain
Complete thread -- Caltrate? (Calcium)
Complete thread -- medication s/l gallrate or calrate or calray
Complete thread -- Therefore, we proceeded to cut down onto the commissure between the le ...
Complete thread -- Thank you so much, Darlene and Margaret
Complete thread -- thanks to darlene!
Complete thread -- I listened to your longer post,...but...I'm sorry, I still have no clue.
Complete thread -- yep. Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort. ...
Complete thread -- ahh, it was about breaking up a clot tho unable to listen, ?power pulse mode LINK
Complete thread -- (I think this blank might be impossible. Were I the MT, I'd flag and bag out.
Complete thread -- sounds like *powerpost* mode. ...
Complete thread -- (I haven't yet listened, but it Should be simple......:-)
Complete thread -- posted another wav. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- Over this wire, we then used an AngioJet according to manufacturer’s s ...
Complete thread -- (the voice file clip was too short for me to surmise the sense of doc's meaning.
Complete thread -- We then did a second pass with the TPA _____ mode ...
Complete thread -- makes sense to me, clearly discharged "too soon", odd, but okay to me
Complete thread -- I like what Darlene suggested (except that I would change "in" for "on") SM
Complete thread -- How I might punctuate to emphasize the meaning I suspect the doc had in mind:
Complete thread -- I would do like so. SM
Complete thread -- so what should I do : (
Complete thread -- I think you got it mgt= axonal sensorimotor peripheral polyneuropathy
Complete thread -- OK, I'm studying your question. At first glance, placement of period IS problematic, as
Complete thread -- Dr. Walker, I see that you are on board. CAn I ask your opinion on a question I post
Complete thread -- I'd say"grey" aging bruise colors=red, blue, purple,grey, brown, green, yellow
Complete thread -- I would "grey" aging colors-red, blue, purple,grey, brown, green, yellow
Complete thread -- (don't go by what I say,...but...) OP mrt=correct. Silly to list 2 tests w/ only 1 value.
Complete thread -- maybe ERS = EDS ?? excessive daytime sleepiness
Complete thread -- I erred. "EN" of "FEN/GI" = "electrolytes, nutrition," NOT "enteral nutrition" SM
Complete thread -- (duh is me! :-) I'm confirming that helper "n" is completely correct, "E"= "electrolytes"
Complete thread -- Yes, I agree w/ prior post, "E" usually stands for "electrolytes," not "enteral."
Complete thread -- Yes, always a next time...FENGI=what I said above OR feeding, electrolytes, nutrition, GI
Complete thread -- FENGI, aka FEN/GI
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the reference. I lack sufficient knowledge to feel good about it, though.
Complete thread -- I like it, Mgt
Complete thread -- Hmmm....(docs say "She is a discharge 'bounce back'....
Complete thread -- " and in a flex so that the...." (I no longer hear "a" after "placed over the...")
Complete thread -- placed over the...a flex in the bed...(I'll come back after hearing more...)
Complete thread -- He was then placed over the _____ so that the pelvis opened nicely. ...
Complete thread -- Yes. All the ICPs must be zeroed to ambient atmospheric ("air") pressure SM
Complete thread -- a wild-arse guess: "axonal"????? (Very lame, I acknowledge...:-)
Complete thread -- But either adjective conveys the meaning intended.
Complete thread -- hematogenous is preferable to the adjective hematologic in this instance.
Complete thread -- It is easy to docu the symptoms w/ putative alcohol excess as incitant. But I cannot (SM)
Complete thread -- (searching...:-)
Complete thread -- I would use "mucousy"
Complete thread -- you need a period after "progress"
Complete thread -- punctuate as follows:
Complete thread -- like this:
Complete thread -- BactrIm, fyi
Complete thread -- hematologic seeding is correct
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Up to you. I guess technically it would be grazes.
Complete thread -- It totally probably is! Thank you! Would it be grazes then? Or leave as graze?
Complete thread -- Maybe graze, break in skin?
Complete thread -- had to send with blank but ty.
Complete thread -- (S/l Greys noted) on his anterior chest and left elbow.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- There will be a next time. Again, thank you so much!
Complete thread -- I think you're right. Found this:
Complete thread -- Thank you!!!
Complete thread -- There's a TheraBond but it's a dressing.
Complete thread -- She is complaining of peripheral numbness and tingling in the tips of ...
Complete thread -- Allergies: Bactrum, s/l thirobond (possibly an IV contrast), codeine.
Complete thread -- I wish I were on the board when you posted. I used to get this all the time but haven't
Complete thread -- Shoot! Sent it in. Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- It's FEN/GI (fluids, electrolytes, nutrition/GI)
Complete thread -- A Camino ICP monitor was screwed into the skull and the fiberoptic cab ...
Complete thread -- hematogenous seeding?
Complete thread -- thank you both!! :)
Complete thread -- report full of static - does this make sense?
Complete thread -- alpha lipoic acid (ALA)
Complete thread -- quercetin?
Complete thread -- med list
Complete thread -- pt does have that also. It is just so clear ERS thought I would make sure
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- RLS?
Complete thread -- totally, I would never have found that. Thanks.
Complete thread -- arteriovenous fistula?
Complete thread -- Cimino fistula?
Complete thread -- Don't know, it's been sent. Thanks
Complete thread -- 1. Overall mild type of obstructive sleep apnea syndrome with s/l ERS? component
Complete thread -- left snuffbox s/l semino fistula
Complete thread -- is he saying "margin modiolus" and not "and" ??
Complete thread -- Flagging it
Complete thread -- Resection of face tumor. s/l "marg" or "marj" sm
Complete thread -- LOL! Both, she dictates it like a word and later spells it that way! Yikes.
Complete thread -- never heard of it either way, but is it spelled out or pronounced this way? (not that it
Complete thread -- thanx ...
Complete thread -- She's killing me...here is another heading I have never heard S/L FEMGI
Complete thread -- Keep it the way you had it with a comma in there somewhere...
Complete thread -- run-on definitely
Complete thread -- Thanks. Frustrating sometimes!
Complete thread -- any opinions? Is this a run-on sentence or can I get by with it?
Complete thread -- thanks fgjjg, hows this? Is it too long of a run-on sentence
Complete thread -- I tried, but thought I heard "green" in there???
Complete thread -- I don't use quotes for that, since the doctor isn't "quoting the patient" -
Complete thread -- *as is*
Complete thread -- I wouldn't flag it. I'd send it as it, as it makes total sense.
Complete thread -- agree it makes sense, but never heard it phrased that way.
Complete thread -- She is a "return discharge." Ever heard that before? (see message)
Complete thread -- Or you could put quotes around the word
Complete thread -- no inflection : ( any guesses or must I flag?
Complete thread -- you'd have to listen to the dictator's inflection on that one. hard to tell without
Complete thread -- Overall, I am ... progress, due to, and I'd ... therapy, but everything else looks fine.
Complete thread -- just to clarify. "Does due to the fact we did not use infuse" start a new sentence or fini
Complete thread -- where should I put the comma, due to the fact that we did not use infuse, he should r
Complete thread -- got it. Thanks to all who tried
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- thanx ...
Complete thread -- neither is a word. I use "mucous-like"
Complete thread -- Help with term.
Complete thread -- inion
Complete thread -- The area of maximum tenderness was palpated bilaterally in the occipit ...
Complete thread -- His incision is clean, dry and intact. ___ has healed well.
Complete thread -- there is no rule like that and any new wav will just post over it, so not
Complete thread -- hmm, maybe synthetic patch? sharing my carotid list sm
Complete thread -- Per BOS: (SM)
Complete thread -- THANKS BOTH OF YOU, SOUNDS LIKE NOM, good idea nurse operation manager.
Complete thread -- nursing operations manager?
Complete thread -- ? if saying DON director of nursing
Complete thread -- doctor is sending to c/o Elizabeth Lofling RN "NOM" c/o Horizon, what is NOM????
Complete thread -- ?Synovis
Complete thread -- it fits. fibril: small or slender fiber.
Complete thread -- SFA?
Complete thread -- superior ?
Complete thread -- residual plaque s/l fibrils
Complete thread -- never have done OPs right, also, she reposted addendum to TAG. Don't start on her again
Complete thread -- Similarly the *spirit* thyroid artery was dissected
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- endarterectomy with *Sniffe* patch
Complete thread -- 1 is "a" - more than 1 is "ae"
Complete thread -- agree, if clear, (& used to dictator too) dictator knows what he/she means
Complete thread -- vertebrae or vertebra? Please see message
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. Don't have Stedman's for urology.
Complete thread -- Conus medullaris syndrome is a collection of signs and symptoms ... Conus
Complete thread -- s/l corners medullaris syndrome?
Complete thread -- Stedman does have a crushing clamp listed
Complete thread -- Cystoscopy: s/l crushing clamp
Complete thread -- thanks all
Complete thread -- BAG as in hunters BAGGING something. Sheesh...
Complete thread -- We are not supposed to use the abbr H&H ever. And no , there are not 2 values, so why
Complete thread -- A lot say it like that. I'd give it to him.
Complete thread -- would you flag this? Doctor consistently says H&H but give one value prob hemoglobin
Complete thread -- Thanks to both!!
Complete thread -- maybe U-dip, that is my s/l, thanks
Complete thread -- phytanic acid?
Complete thread -- phytanic?
Complete thread -- s/l * vitanic * acid
Complete thread -- urine dips?
Complete thread -- The context says there is a big concern that something will happen as a result of taking
Complete thread -- s/l U-zips ?
Complete thread -- "....noted to have s/l rounding of the sesamoid bone." See inside for context
Complete thread -- MT50 you are awesome! Thank you sooooooo much!!!!
Complete thread -- Usual nursing care and DVT prophylaxis
Complete thread -- ______ and DVT prophylaxis will be instituted
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- masses. Decreased bowel sounds heard.
Complete thread -- pulsatile masses, _____ bowel sounds. CNS:
Complete thread -- Subsequently ______.
Complete thread -- Up near my region. Consistently one of the cold spots in the nation.
Complete thread -- got it, saranac lake
Complete thread -- s/l sernack Lake Emergency Dept ...somewhere in or around syracuse,
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Wow - yes I'll bet you're right. Good sleuthing! Thanks!
Complete thread -- my guess: starts to say 24-hour, "twen...," then changes to 72-hour
Complete thread -- I don't think BOS covers spelling
Complete thread -- try looking for a 72-hour fecal fat -
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- s/l * twin 70 * 2-hour fecal fat
Complete thread -- Got it - PASTA lesion
Complete thread -- Or maybe it is "paustal" lesion.....????
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- TrueView
Complete thread -- Right elbow sprain of the collateral ligaments with undisplaced
Complete thread -- Arthroscopy - S/L "PAS" lesion
Complete thread -- Oi, I give up - will post if/when I find out - TY :)
Complete thread -- Said it again, sounds like it starts with a "v" now. Still looking.
Complete thread -- a pain medication - s/l "bizan"
Complete thread -- Does anyone have the most recent BOS edition? I don't, and I
Complete thread -- given nebulizers treatment and Solu-Medrol. ______
Complete thread -- Corail
Complete thread -- I figured it out- HAQ-DI
Complete thread -- Likely ok as dictated if clear.** Outer plane & dictator "another 0.5 cc" run on sentence
Complete thread -- DATA: s/l (HADCI) is 0% patient can perform ADLs?
Complete thread -- Procedure: Wiring of calcar fracture. D: We placed a s/l kareye
Complete thread -- pending evaluation and consults? or did you mean evolution?
Complete thread -- s/l bag his nerve. just came to me sl/bag is "tag" as in IDing
Complete thread -- Got it - Wabanaki
Complete thread -- Have never heard it expressed quite like that but it does make sense. There are exudates
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks. This is in the area of Bangor-Brewer, Maine
Complete thread -- thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Complete thread -- oops, sorry, didn't read message, PLEASE DISREGARD
Complete thread -- lipid diet?
Complete thread -- lipid dot? Does that make sense? I've never heard it before.
Complete thread -- I'd give it to him. It doesn't change any meaning.
Complete thread -- just listened again, he says the facet arthropathy. can i leave it?
Complete thread -- I found: adolescent HEADSS (Home, Education /employment ???
Complete thread -- s/l heads?
Complete thread -- Anybody?????
Complete thread -- failure to thrive
Complete thread -- Hypertension, __________, diabetes mellitus
Complete thread -- NM, got it. stumbling over "in the past."
Complete thread -- thank you,Mt50
Complete thread -- what does it mean another 0.5 cc was injected?
Complete thread -- #2 is fine as is although I have to change cc to mL on my account. Not sure about #1.
Complete thread -- Patient was advised to follow with Dr. Sneade for reevaluation whether ________ rheum
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- could the word before pattern be waxing?
Complete thread -- Navesink
Complete thread -- I would say so, except the "the" part, more like "a facet referral..."
Complete thread -- data localized in the sentinel node
Complete thread -- No evidence any more of
Complete thread -- Normocephalic,no evidence of any morphatous trauma.
Complete thread -- She went to nuclear medicine yesterday for lymphoscintigraphy the day ...
Complete thread -- does "facet referral arthopathy" make sense in context? it is dictated
Complete thread -- looking for doctor Dr. Steven Miller s/l Navison Pediatrics NJ.
Complete thread -- Can you help me with these 2 questions on this paragraph?
Complete thread -- sorry. you need to take out the comma after focal, too.
Complete thread -- got it, ZETONNA (CICLESONIDE) thanks anyway!
Complete thread -- C-Tanna
Complete thread -- s/l*dortaxing*
Complete thread -- s/l Sitona
Complete thread -- I mean doesn't match
Complete thread -- because plastics handles some types of wound care.
Complete thread -- Next time don't forget to erase your wav when your question is answered.
Complete thread -- P.S. it's possible he stuck nontender in there after calf soft, but
Complete thread -- I think it might be "Calf soft, no compartment syndrome or DVT."
Complete thread -- you are totally leaving out the word "deficit"
Complete thread -- wav does match
Complete thread -- PLAN: ____ treatment and _______ right tibia fracture.
Complete thread -- vascular is appreciated. _____ compartment syndrome, or DVT.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- with fall precaution(s)?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ? patient was referred to be evaluated by Plastics and planned...?but why Plastics?
Complete thread -- The patient referred to _______ plastic and plans to undergo surgical
Complete thread -- There is Avilac but a guess (lactulose) sm
Complete thread -- The patient will be admitted to telemetry, __________ precaution. The patient to be
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- second word sounds like pads.
Complete thread -- the patient is being noted to have ________ on him and awaiting transfer to the cath
Complete thread -- worsening.
Complete thread -- psych note...
Complete thread -- ? etodolac
Complete thread -- Pred Forte is it.
Complete thread -- Pred Forte?
Complete thread -- what's the exact context plz
Complete thread -- Eyedrop for corneal abrasion, s/l "Pedford" or "Bedford".
Complete thread -- Eyedrop for corneal abrasion, s/l "Pedford" or "Bedford".
Complete thread -- thanks for helping. I gave up and sent a blank.
Complete thread -- What other diagnoses?
Complete thread -- or should I quit looking?
Complete thread -- am I getting close?
Complete thread -- in stedman's ortho i'm finding words like: (anything sound familiar?)
Complete thread -- Wasn't here earlier, but I bet he was using bag it as in hunters talk about bagging game.
Complete thread -- Avonex?
Complete thread -- wow... I can't come up with anything. is there any way you can post sound?
Complete thread -- Doctor dictating IME, patient with pain issues, says...
Complete thread -- s/l astronum clavix??
Complete thread -- No, no no, they don't want to take the nerve...he is trying to protect it.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- any more...
Complete thread -- I think that somehow, cyclobenzaprine is in that mess.
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- Do these commas belong?
Complete thread -- biopsy in (or of) marginal tissue (is my take on it)
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Urine tox screen negative for opiates, *sem-psycho-gin* and methadone.
Complete thread -- I think perhaps bagging is referring to specimen bag, such as Endobag® maybe
Complete thread -- thanks anyway, have to send it
Complete thread -- That's the entire sentence. Ty.
Complete thread -- If I take anymore, I am going to certainly s/l bag his nerve.
Complete thread -- Is there any more to the sentence? If not, "in" makes sense to me. If there
Complete thread -- Hmmmm one vote for each....interesting. :) Ty
Complete thread -- how about "mild associated abutting..."
Complete thread -- I hear with history of cardiac arrest, history of low-grade fever,
Complete thread -- or even just "with associated abutting..."
Complete thread -- ?...as well as associated abutting, but not compressing...
Complete thread -- I favor "and"
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- The patient with ___________ cardiac arrest with low
Complete thread -- degree
Complete thread -- There is an MRI of the lumbar spine which demonstrates a posterior ann ...
Complete thread -- "in marginal tissue"
Complete thread -- Surgery: Excision of soft tissue mass w/ biopsy s/l and (or in) marginal tissue.
Complete thread -- THANKS BOTH OF YOU
Complete thread -- CT of the abdomen and pelvis without contrast done in December 2012 sh ...
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ill-looking, cachectic female
Complete thread -- she generally appears to be ___-looking ___ female.
Complete thread -- to follow up _____Steri-Strips in place. .... using a rolling walker _____. Weightb
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- worsened
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- There is diffuse tenderness to palpation on that side. This is __ () with both flexi
Complete thread -- can't get the 2nd. all I heard was 1200 mg but no med name.
Complete thread -- Neurontin
Complete thread -- thank you, Oasis
Complete thread -- Throughout the time at acute rehab and at the time of discharge...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I would say "in," as it is a common place for the cancer to spread.
Complete thread -- meds
Complete thread -- ?
Complete thread -- in or and?
Complete thread -- Regular rate and rhythm, S1, S2 with no murmurs.
Complete thread -- A quarter to one half of the Percocet is correct. See message
Complete thread -- a quarter to one half of the Percocet. How would you type this 1/4 to 1/2, 0.25 to
Complete thread -- any mention of hypertension, might be; or access to other current reports maybe
Complete thread -- Cardiovascular: ____ S1 and S2 with no murmurs.
Complete thread -- already answered :)
Complete thread -- Not sure what your s/l is. Here are some drugs used & link
Complete thread -- I believe it's simply "interference fixation". The "OF" needs to go.
Complete thread -- (!) those are fightin words, darlene
Complete thread -- thank you very much!!! :)
Complete thread -- Minipress?
Complete thread -- anyone have any guesses on mini prince?
Complete thread -- excellent interference fixation (drop "of")
Complete thread -- blank s/l mini-prince
Complete thread -- grade 2+ varices
Complete thread -- s/l glasviesis
Complete thread -- Sorry. I typed igasku and egasku and it didn't come up so I posted.
Complete thread -- Yeah, what she said!
Complete thread -- Ohashiatsu?
Complete thread -- (or) google your spelling - still comes up.
Complete thread -- egoscue (google)
Complete thread -- OP questioned the word "OF" - interference OF fixation.
Complete thread -- Physical Exam: General:
Complete thread -- Thanks for help. I was just told not to change what he says, unbelievable
Complete thread -- Left hip pain in a 63-year-old female
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Girdlestone
Complete thread -- ty, which name comes first?
Complete thread -- go with it if clearly dictated, as it does not change meaning.
Complete thread -- use a dictionary perhaps that will help & reading relevant articles
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Stedman's has "Taylor."
Complete thread -- sm please, podiatry
Complete thread -- Do you leave "peroneal brevis tendon" if said, as opposed to "peroneus"?
Complete thread -- Could be manhole...see message and link
Complete thread -- No.
Complete thread -- comma needed??
Complete thread -- what are the exact words dictated before your s/l?
Complete thread -- s/l donna gray-haired man TIA!
Complete thread -- s/l*manhole* cover
Complete thread -- this doesn't clear up the idea of "excellent interference"
Complete thread -- (otherwise we would end up with the Macy Day Parade)
Complete thread -- upending conventional wisdom is not the purpose of the BOS
Complete thread -- brace for ankle fracture
Complete thread -- Kallassy
Complete thread -- forgot to paste example page for you (& to own the post too
Complete thread -- brace for ankle fracture
Complete thread -- agree, do flag is cut off. Hint for next time. Onelook.com + *cele
Complete thread -- listen for "normal R waves" (not MR)
Complete thread -- maybe slurring --umbilical cord? (see where it say umbilical hernia nm
Complete thread -- what are MR waves...
Complete thread -- GID for gastrointestinal distress?
Complete thread -- can't listen but looks like just saying plain GI word(i.e, inflam bowel disease)
Complete thread -- for next time, google needs more info, "femur + interference fixation sm****
Complete thread -- ? gastric inlet patch
Complete thread -- agree troughs (depression) Lead names,*** how to express for next time sm
Complete thread -- i did
Complete thread -- sure, engage- often used term; just means like attaching to-- sort of thing sm
Complete thread -- what about GIT, does anyone hear GIT?
Complete thread -- interface
Complete thread -- for what it is worth, I hear GIP - can't verify anything
Complete thread -- google: "interference of fixation"
Complete thread -- I would flag, not try and pick an appropriate word for cutoff dictation.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- excellent s/l *interference of* fixation
Complete thread -- element of anxiety and depression which is triggering her ????? symptoms
Complete thread -- Discolorated - no question - just, OMG, SPEAK English!
Complete thread -- lymphocele? (word unclear)
Complete thread -- Transbronchial Needle Aspiration
Complete thread -- I'd think "herniating out ON me" rather than "of me" would make sense.
Complete thread -- fragment and disk material started *herniating out of me* under pressure
Complete thread -- is placed in the incision held in place _____ , and I confirmed good
Complete thread -- I took a guidewire and was *able to engage it to the* left L5 hemilamina.
Complete thread -- NM! He said later *standard* fashion in another context and that was likely it there!
Complete thread -- incision was made over the left inguinal region in *stainless* fashion
Complete thread -- ah thanks
Complete thread -- Post C-section, she was...
Complete thread -- Estimated blood loss was 500 cc. Postprocedure _____ she was taken to recovery room
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- Didn't hear wav, but could it have been to reinforce ?
Complete thread -- low-cholesterol
Complete thread -- that was definitely a thought, but sm..
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- functional capacity evaluation?
Complete thread -- s/l F C E
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- follow a low-salt, low-fat, _________ caffeine-free, weight loss diet.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- V3, resulting in * troughs...
Complete thread -- ?s
Complete thread -- requiring multiple surgeries, _______ manifested by menorrhagia requiring surgery.
Complete thread -- or acute infarct.
Complete thread -- The ventricular system is normal. There is normal signal in the brain ...
Complete thread -- used below the first.
Complete thread -- slurring umbilical cord maybe?
Complete thread -- Yes, medical eponyms, common sense. By the way, even by BOS,
Complete thread -- could it be "seal the first" (not 100% sure)
Complete thread -- A 3-cm segment of tube was then ligated with a free tie of plain gut a ...
Complete thread -- on relistening I am definitely hearing a D .. sm
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- inner core (muscles)
Complete thread -- CT scan of what? sm
Complete thread -- thanks. ...
Complete thread -- use? youth?
Complete thread -- Subsequent to this, due to her _____ the patient’s care was further de ...
Complete thread -- thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Sharpie® Fine Point Permanent Markers
Complete thread -- got it. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- The outlining of the skate flap used for the nipple reconstruction was ...
Complete thread -- (?)
Complete thread -- If you drop the apostrophe you have to drop the "s" also.
Complete thread -- agree with status
Complete thread -- makes good sense
Complete thread -- thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- there was a window to work in inferiorly.
Complete thread -- Once inside the chest, we were able to see that the lung was grossly a ...
Complete thread -- BOS says drop the apostrophe on eponyms, right? I don't think Wolfie is an
Complete thread -- maybe listen for "his couple of bottles of O'Doul's before he goes to bed."
Complete thread -- O'Doul's? (nonalcoholic beer)
Complete thread -- Maybe listen for "his cup of ____ juice"?
Complete thread -- world help, pls. sm
Complete thread -- he spelled VOL...not said "vol" - that is what I wondered too, voluntary.
Complete thread -- anterior proximal (....) one-third of it.. (sounds like he stutters?)
Complete thread -- Once the gluteus medius tendon was identified and exposed, the anterio ...
Complete thread -- No, it's over 700 sites that include dogs. I did a search with
Complete thread -- If doc is ESL, consider "Her lung fields are clearer to auscultation" & U correctly typed
Complete thread -- status?
Complete thread -- pace?
Complete thread -- . Her breathing *space* is better.
Complete thread -- Could it be vol short for voluntary?
Complete thread -- yeah, and never heard of a "tissue" saw.
Complete thread -- jic, you should never leave the F hanging, it is aVF, aVL, and aVR
Complete thread -- yes thanks, I think he misspoke - will flag it - thanks again
Complete thread -- hmmmm. can't think of anything. usually something like pulse irrigation.
Complete thread -- The subdural space was heavily irrigated out using a s/l tissue saw. sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- interval resolution?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Chest x-ray *enter resolution* of the right lower lobe pneumonia
Complete thread -- what kind of lab test is POC? I can't find that.
Complete thread -- ahhhh. thanks!
Complete thread -- Correction to my above quote of dr. He say "that CID polyNEUROPATHY is chronic
Complete thread -- I can't find anything with VOL, DOL, anything that might sound like that for an abbrev. ?
Complete thread -- saying the letters
Complete thread -- And he just came back and said, "That CID polymyopathy is chronic inflammatory (see inside
Complete thread -- I googled CID polymyopathy and got: Complex I deficiency (CID) ??
Complete thread -- Spelling V-O-L or saying "vol"?
Complete thread -- sounds like cefprozil?
Complete thread -- it was POC
Complete thread -- s/l V O L
Complete thread -- X is a 40-year-old who has CID polymyopathy. I cannot verify CID polymyopathy
Complete thread -- Thanks - had to blank it and send.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l b o c
Complete thread -- I hear: iron, CPK
Complete thread -- Recommendations: Rule out rhabdomyolysis, ______ on CPK, change IV fluids to
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying! I found "Urelle" but left a blank.
Complete thread -- ok, thank you!
Complete thread -- I can't find diddly that might fit in there.
Complete thread -- To avoid a run-on sentence, I'd put:
Complete thread -- the , ?so prior to this doesn't make much sense. "was" trying to get pregnant makes more
Complete thread -- Does this make sense?? Please see message.
Complete thread -- sentence, please
Complete thread -- Irritative voiding symptoms, which are very mild. Her urinalysis appe ...
Complete thread -- thanks used romans and F as that is what was dictated
Complete thread -- II, III, and aVF
Complete thread -- ? wav did not include blank
Complete thread -- hemiblock (one word); QTc interval (singular); Q wave, T wave (no hyphen)
Complete thread -- II, III
Complete thread -- Allergies: ____
Complete thread -- Q-waves in leads 2, 3 or II, III
Complete thread -- finasteride and potassium for this. (hypokalemia from finasteride?)
Complete thread -- you should have gone with Wolfie's
Complete thread -- if she drops the apostrophe, she has to drop the "s" also
Complete thread -- Yep, that's it.. Tnx!! ...
Complete thread -- Bunnell?
Complete thread -- stitch
Complete thread -- flagging... too mny options to be sure
Complete thread -- Detrol, finasteride, potassium, and _____. The patient was on metformin
Complete thread -- sounds like some software in radiology department, but ??
Complete thread -- thanks a billion :)
Complete thread -- may be some form of the word "patch", patchy, patulous, patculary sp?
Complete thread -- Thank you....but I flagged it.
Complete thread -- intima?
Complete thread -- see inside - sm
Complete thread -- Can you hear pagetoid?
Complete thread -- A cytoma is still a cell tumor, whether it arises from pericytes or not. I wouldn't
Complete thread -- wrong webpage - this one is in the state of Indiana, not PA.
Complete thread -- Ty! Lifesaver! :) I was thinking it was a first and last name!
Complete thread -- Ty, everyone. Appreciate it. I just couldn't make up my mind.
Complete thread -- A path report from the biopsy confirms the presence of a
Complete thread -- I think that's a different business--pub and club versus grill. :-)
Complete thread -- Their own web site doesn't. See inside.
Complete thread -- The bar's web page has it with the apostrophe. BOS says drop the apostrophe. Up to your
Complete thread -- The business's site shows it with the apostrophe--see link to pic of their sign
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Wolfie's Pub and Club in PA. I see Wolfie's and Wolfies, not sure which. I googled
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- s/l SA to me, and all I can think is sacral ala... but?
Complete thread -- Fatigati
Complete thread -- Still need the PCP, but the park is Bethel Park, PA.
Complete thread -- PCP Dr. s/l Faddy Getty in s/l Depo (or dupple) Park, PA.
Complete thread -- I agree with OP, and a lot of those 400 sites...talk about dogs.
Complete thread -- ABDOMEN: Soft, tender in the left _______. No rebound, no guarding
Complete thread -- s/l BRACKUS report (psychiatry)
Complete thread -- CT abdomen _________ marked hydronephrosis.
Complete thread -- ABDOMEN: Soft, tender in the left *S E*. No rebound, no guarding.
Complete thread -- I am unable to look at the patient's x-ray
Complete thread -- Me too; perfectly good root and prefix, over 400 Google hits related to humans.
Complete thread -- but it is not an official word....How can i put it into a medical document
Complete thread -- I'd personally leave it
Complete thread -- thats what i thought, but i do not hear the "iope" in middle. can you listen in to the
Complete thread -- hemangiopericytoma?
Complete thread -- looking for a cancer hemangiocytoma. I only find a few hundred its on google.
Complete thread -- thanks for trying
Complete thread -- Never mind, found it; urinalysis with microscopy
Complete thread -- Sepsis with fever, leukocytosis, and positive s/l *UAM* at outlying fa ...
Complete thread -- He's backing up and correcting himself. Sorry, I can't parse it all out for you
Complete thread -- sorry, I meant to write uploaded (not updated). I uploaded a WAV
Complete thread -- do you mind to listen in to an updated WAV. I think it should be before the At L3-4, I ju
Complete thread -- I think that one can go either way. Flag if you can't tell by his voice.
Complete thread -- can you please help me with punctuation. I am trying to figure out where the new sen
Complete thread -- was it domperidone?
Complete thread -- found it
Complete thread -- allergy to s/l donateradon
Complete thread -- I think so
Complete thread -- THANKS BOTH OF YOU!
Complete thread -- listen for: sequenced to first obtuse marginal...etc.
Complete thread -- Why don't you try slowing him down just a bit, you could probably get it?
Complete thread -- The tunica was incised and some serous fluid was seen *sponging* from ...
Complete thread -- After informed consent, the patient was brought to the operating room ...
Complete thread -- Emergency coronary artery bypass grafting – 4 vessel (left internal mammary sm
Complete thread -- brain rescue makes perfect sense and if you google you'll see
Complete thread -- Not at all. Sounds like "rescue" very clearly. I just left a blank. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Can you hear "brain ischemia"?
Complete thread -- He was evaluated here in the ER for s/l "brain rescue"
Complete thread -- thanks for the effort. ...
Complete thread -- Sorry, I tried various resources and could not verify what sounds like "4-post."
Complete thread -- Once this was performed, the patient was taken from the OR bed and ver ...
Complete thread -- Is there anything called Jackson *4-post* table? ...
Complete thread -- had to send with a blank but ty
Complete thread -- Yes, I just found one of his samples. It is choking in sleep. Thanks
Complete thread -- I think it would be choking in sleep, witnessed apneas.
Complete thread -- Not sure if saying "choking in sleep, witnessed apneas" or "choking, sleep-witnessed
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- teriflunomide (Aubagio)
Complete thread -- Looking for a medication for MS that sounds like sm
Complete thread -- Good one. I didn't even think of this!
Complete thread -- Didn't see this when I posted below, but I think he is saying Ehlers-Danlos
Complete thread -- Ehlers-Danlos syndrome?
Complete thread -- I thought maybe AO syndrome, but that doesn't fit at all. again, sorry
Complete thread -- bad buzzing/humming on file, can barely hear the doc talking.
Complete thread -- Yes, I know, but he should have dictated it if he wanted it there. I decided it could be
Complete thread -- podiatrist who feels that he may have ____ syndrome.
Complete thread -- triple-lumen central venous pressure line (CVP line)
Complete thread -- Will flag. Thanks for listening.
Complete thread -- I'm going to leave it as dictated.
Complete thread -- started to say surface, then said reassuring. negative/reassuring? no clue.
Complete thread -- Reason for consultation: Insertion of triple-lumen "CVP." I guess he means central
Complete thread -- Pt with previous cataract surgery sm
Complete thread -- Newborn consult..
Complete thread -- s/l alo-thalow syndrome
Complete thread -- thanks, that's it! nm
Complete thread -- maybe Lovenox, to prevent DVT from being on the pill?
Complete thread -- s/l lovalact 30 mg sm
Complete thread -- term IUP
Complete thread -- tachycardic atrial rhythm?
Complete thread -- not sure, but there is a C-section with T incision?
Complete thread -- I lied. Here's a bit more information about it.
Complete thread -- Cesarean section
Complete thread -- history of CAD with s/l KRK atrial rhythm
Complete thread -- to check for lactulose
Complete thread -- agree, that's how they work, it is like a sleeve,yep. Good oasis.
Complete thread -- Pint alcohol ?
Complete thread -- I thouoght I heard a pint
Complete thread -- ok. I went ahead and flagged. Tks!
Complete thread -- Is he saying "point" for "colon"?
Complete thread -- ...which would require a flag.
Complete thread -- Combining Tri-Previfem/Tri-Sprintec into "Tri-Sprinfem"?
Complete thread -- med.. birth control "Tri-spectrum". Definitely not Tri-Sprintec.
Complete thread -- Please read Rules, top right. Patient sex, age, etc., are "other information."
Complete thread -- additional blood work __________ and folate. Request DVT and GI prophylaxes.
Complete thread -- SOCIAL HISTORY: __________ alcohol daily. No smoking
Complete thread -- gynecomastia
Complete thread -- Yes! Thanks so much
Complete thread -- Ballotable?
Complete thread -- surgical history s/l gavacomassia. No other information
Complete thread -- dorsal wrist mass "volatible" and fixed
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- SA3 (spontaneous abortion, usually SAB)
Complete thread -- Newborn consult note
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Yes! Thank you!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- dopaminergic medications (check spelling though)
Complete thread -- shave biopsy?
Complete thread -- blepharitis? check spelling though
Complete thread -- She is a 74-year-old right-handed woman with Parkinson’s disease, diag ...
Complete thread -- The patient’s past medical history is notable otherwise for lumbar spo ...
Complete thread -- yes, just means wait and see what happens
Complete thread -- Is a "shape biopsy" acceptable? I find cone-shaped on google, but that is for cervi
Complete thread -- Can "expectant management" be in things other than pregnancy as in (see context)
Complete thread -- I did see that and went with it because it was so clear.
Complete thread -- Archimedes (usually spiral or circle but maybe loop too)?
Complete thread -- He could easily reproduce an s/l arch-i-pedes loop... sm
Complete thread -- Amen!
Complete thread -- Never mind. got it. ...
Complete thread -- The patient is a 62-year-old gentleman, status post mechanical fall on ...
Complete thread -- never be embarrassed. we all hear things a bit oddly sometimes
Complete thread -- sounds odd...but i understand what is meant
Complete thread -- cryptogenic colitis is all i know...
Complete thread -- crypt regenerating colitis
Complete thread -- I think ok s/l fat=(pericardial) fat. vessels=(peripheral) vessels sm
Complete thread -- Oh my gosh I'm so embarrassed! That's it!! Thanks, nm!! ...
Complete thread -- sterile?
Complete thread -- proper sterile technique?
Complete thread -- okay, going with as dictated
Complete thread -- technique to draw fluid off knee bursitis
Complete thread -- anyone have an opinion on this?
Complete thread -- found flashed in archives - makes sense. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- The ex fix was disassembled and s/l clashed for later reapplication.
Complete thread -- fungused
Complete thread -- Some s/l "fat" and vessel markings at the upper lung fields.
Complete thread -- That's got to be what he is 'shortening' TY
Complete thread -- listen for "agenesis"
Complete thread -- rabeprazole??? (check what for and if fit your context)
Complete thread -- drug s/l rabizole
Complete thread -- Thanks for your help! : )
Complete thread -- looks right to me. see msg.
Complete thread -- can you hear anything right before that? see msg.
Complete thread -- Please sm for dictated and then my cleaned-up version and verify I didn't
Complete thread -- There was s/l genesis of the lens.
Complete thread -- going with Silvadene and flagging the next word
Complete thread -- unroofed the blister with *silva-din daily* and... (please sm for context)
Complete thread -- giving up, thanks anyway
Complete thread -- s/l riggs 4
Complete thread -- Thanks, Darlene.
Complete thread -- Thank you ! New one for me. I googled but found nothing!
Complete thread -- for next time, google.com + drug +class of medication sm
Complete thread -- Affective personality disorder sm
Complete thread -- In past medical history, s/l affect personality disorder
Complete thread -- You gave me an idea - I think it might be ? *serotonergic in effect* ?
Complete thread -- something that has a cholinergic effect?
Complete thread -- Psych note help, please.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- decontamination shower (decon)
Complete thread -- s/l fee-con room TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- per dictionary found above at onelook (a great FREE resource, by the way)
Complete thread -- 40 mg propofol ?
Complete thread -- Yes, makes perfect sense, means the nerve will not likely be injured..
Complete thread -- A nerve root retractor was used to hold the nerve out of *harm’s way* ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- A hole in the vertebral body is created using a reamer and a thread tap
Complete thread -- heard the correct wav
Complete thread -- That's not it. may be you are haring different wav. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- #2-threads
Complete thread -- The _____ were palpated and a slight medial breach, probably with the ...
Complete thread -- thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- positioned and padded as best possible,
Complete thread -- After he was positioned ____ as best as possible, intraoperative x-ray ...
Complete thread -- vision. There was no leak from...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- There was no ___ from the trocar sites. Can't hear bleeding, so?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- FLUIDS: 1200 mL ?
Complete thread -- usually reverse trendel...
Complete thread -- inflation/deflation cycle...cycling
Complete thread -- I removed the 5-mm trocars under direct vision _____ from the trocar sites.
Complete thread -- grasped from the fundus *lengths* and retracted caudally and laterally exposing
Complete thread -- s/l transverse trendelenburg
Complete thread -- placed in both lower extremities and were *cycling*. A supraumbilical incision
Complete thread -- IV of Invanz, 40 mg p.o. *of mint* on call to OR. After the
Complete thread -- thanks all
Complete thread -- oh wow, way off
Complete thread -- could you possibly shorten to just area around second blank now?
Complete thread -- correction: vessels or viscus, cystic duct leak requiring
Complete thread -- part of #1: abdominal vessels or viscus, ______ bleed requiring
Complete thread -- vessels or viscus, cystic ??? requiring ... requiring hepatic ???
Complete thread -- injury to abdominal vessels, _____ requiring ...bile duct _____, DVT, PE
Complete thread -- SPECIMENS: Gallbladder _____ 1200 mL.
Complete thread -- might be removed by someone. Thanks anyway ...
Complete thread -- of multiple orderlies
Complete thread -- No wav file as far as I can tell.
Complete thread -- and with the assistance of a ______ placed prone on the OR
Complete thread -- fleur-de-lis abdominoplasty
Complete thread -- I found fleur-de-lis
Complete thread -- something being some type of staff member
Complete thread -- of four "something"
Complete thread -- s/l de fleur de lis
Complete thread -- At this point, the attention was turned to the femur where tissue was ...
Complete thread -- Kuntscher?...it actually is an awl, but I see pick/awl referred to in sources.
Complete thread -- s/l ginsu pick see msg for context
Complete thread -- duh, sorry, was typing it wrong and nothing was coming up. Found it. oops
Complete thread -- I think it is fine as is
Complete thread -- Actually s/l pancarpal. Not resourcing PANcarpal. TY ;)
Complete thread -- It would reproduce what an actual fusion would feel like. That's my take.
Complete thread -- wrist splints would "mimic" a s/l pancarpal wrist fusion. (sm)
Complete thread -- or seated?
Complete thread -- bio(absorbable) drill pin?
Complete thread -- Oh lordy. Would really like to have that back from Editing...thanks!
Complete thread -- any chance the word inserted is slurred?
Complete thread -- maybe NavX system, TCOMs (transcutaneous oxygen monitor)?
Complete thread -- thanks Becky, that's my first instinct too.
Complete thread -- WAG on my part, but I would say "sited" as if he put the catheter at the site.
Complete thread -- verbatim account. Unclear if cited/sited/sighted plse sm
Complete thread -- s/l echogeneological travel
Complete thread -- got it - papillotomy
Complete thread -- Other questions: Estata wire, Nav-Cross system, T-Coms.
Complete thread -- Cardiology wiring questions: Inferion wire?
Complete thread -- PIP fusion with s/l Bob/Bio drill fin?? sm. Any help greatly appreciated!
Complete thread -- completely stumped! s/l pipp-er-otomy site sm
Complete thread -- Probably something simple like that. I probably should have improvised on it being it
Complete thread -- if it was me, I'd do:
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- lispro coverage, Lantus at night
Complete thread -- is both ok?
Complete thread -- it's fine, intradermal basically.
Complete thread -- comma placement correct??
Complete thread -- added
Complete thread -- sounds just like ulna zyphoid
Complete thread -- skin closure with 4-0 Vicryl in a running *intracutaneous* fashion
Complete thread -- ok, will try that
Complete thread -- isn't even enough that she would take any ...?
Complete thread -- ulnar styloid?
Complete thread -- and fracture base of the ulna s/l xiphoid. The proximal ulna and elbow are not well
Complete thread -- Ring, Adair, and Elwyn (RAE tube). Didn't know it was named after inventors.
Complete thread -- blanked and
Complete thread -- NM - got it, Quincke-point
Complete thread -- transforaminal L4-L5, L5-S1: For facet joints, 22-gauge spinal ____ needles
Complete thread -- headache on and off, though this "is indeepment enough" that she would take any
Complete thread -- That sure makes sense, and almost sounds like that... :/
Complete thread -- something like a 'conservator' ??
Complete thread -- Pt. declared incompetent to make decisions. Sister appointed as /sm
Complete thread -- nm confirmed correct.
Complete thread -- that is possible though there is a Sun brand of laundry detergent
Complete thread -- the buttocks were s/l distracted....... with s/l distraction of buttocks...
Complete thread -- going with it... sorry
Complete thread -- allergy to sun
Complete thread -- Either one is fine.
Complete thread -- she experienced; moreover ?? or Moreover, ??
Complete thread -- ok thanks
Complete thread -- wanted to confirm what i heard was correct but he said later... left foot
Complete thread -- Frequently they do 2 samples. This could prevent a false reading.
Complete thread -- peripheral vascular disease; gangrene _______, status post left above-knee amputation
Complete thread -- any reason the blood cultures would be checked twice?
Complete thread -- Thanks -- I guess she meant that but definitely saying "low"! Obviously not thinking. : )
Complete thread -- home oxygen
Complete thread -- sounds so odd, and doc is ESL, so I thought it was wrong - thanks!
Complete thread -- Does this make sense? NP visiting elderly male at his home for general checkup...
Complete thread -- from being grossly
Complete thread -- gross=adj and overweight=noun
Complete thread -- Fine as is.
Complete thread -- how to change as little as possible to be gramamtically correct? sm plse
Complete thread -- Excel or XL
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- active?
Complete thread -- meant to have ? after. not sure
Complete thread -- with that of granulomatous
Complete thread -- through the separate stab incision
Complete thread -- brought out through the _____ stab incision and angled through the apex of the chest
Complete thread -- service revealed the findings consistent with _____ granulomatous disease
Complete thread -- wild goose...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks! New one for me.
Complete thread -- felon
Complete thread -- thumb s/l fee-lon TIA!
Complete thread -- from his primary care surgeon?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- with renal dosed Lovenox and further medical advice ____ this case.
Complete thread -- Leminorella?
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- has still not reached through all small bowel?
Complete thread -- although contrast has still not reached the distal small bowel
Complete thread -- I googled that with key terms in several ways and agree it's okay.
Complete thread -- ileus, although contrast _____ distal small bowel and partial obstruction cannot be
Complete thread -- THink this makes sense but would like another opinion. s/l halos
Complete thread -- got it - BSS (balanced salt solution)
Complete thread -- s/l DSS was placed into the eye.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- with a view to lumbar puncture
Complete thread -- Legionella?
Complete thread -- neurological and infectious disease consultation _____ lumbar puncture.
Complete thread -- lab data question - s/l "lee-monrella"
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- succinate 100 mg
Complete thread -- daily, Lipitor 20 h.s., metoprolol _____ mg daily, Diovan 160 once a day, Lasix 40 d
Complete thread -- Just cannot quite catch it, sorry.
Complete thread -- I have heard it as "location" of an anatomy part, indicating the top of such and such
Complete thread -- Mushtaq A. Syed, too bad it is his first name!
Complete thread -- Thanks, going with this.
Complete thread -- I think I have it much closer
Complete thread -- wav file, a lot of little words I am not sure I am getting.
Complete thread -- ....possible mediastinoscopy for further staging also. The lesions on the ________
Complete thread -- I Googled - there are "shoulders" of peritoneal sac
Complete thread -- It almost sounds like shoulders of it - I do not understand that!
Complete thread -- yes! Thank you.
Complete thread -- facet arthropathy?
Complete thread -- Usually they are near Indiana, PA, but not always.
Complete thread -- Sometimes it helps to give us a little more audio before the blank
Complete thread -- MRI of the lumbar spine in a patient with chronic back and leg pain
Complete thread -- BOS approved, but I have an account that requires the periods. Don't like it, though.
Complete thread -- Do you have an idea of approximately where in PA?, awfully big state ;-)
Complete thread -- There are some good helpers here this morning. Anyone help w/ this?? :)
Complete thread -- Ty! Appreciate it!
Complete thread -- I love this board. Learn something every day! Thanks, Poi!
Complete thread -- yes, indicates early healing.
Complete thread -- I found Mary Ann Hill (Road) in Indiana, PA. :)
Complete thread -- ty!
Complete thread -- No
Complete thread -- Right ankle fracture (Please see inside for full context) s/l cloudiness
Complete thread -- sm pls
Complete thread -- I posted this yesterday, but rec'd no replies. PCP in PA Dr s/l Mul-tuh-tag.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ohhhh, just saw OP post "after" I posted the same info
Complete thread -- sounds exactly as you have it (new one on me tho)
Complete thread -- added
Complete thread -- the cord and all the way to the "_____,” the peritoneal and hernia contained sigmoid
Complete thread -- Ty, everyone. I will check out all those.
Complete thread -- shelving edge?
Complete thread -- found this (for next time) Foley Catheter "Soft" sm
Complete thread -- the cord and all the way to the "shoulder divot,” the peritoneal
Complete thread -- looking back; it s/b MS= multiple sclerosis (thought it looked funny)
Complete thread -- also Marion Hill (in Beaver County, PA)
Complete thread -- Marienville?
Complete thread -- http://pennsylvania.hometownlocator.com/pa/beaver/marion-hill.cfm
Complete thread -- Marion Hill, PA (is another town NEAR Indiana, PA)
Complete thread -- I cannot confirm Marion Hill, Marianne Hill, Maryann Hill, etc. Anyone?
Complete thread -- thank you very, very much
Complete thread -- Had wreck at s/l Maryann Hill in Indiana, PA.
Complete thread -- GnRH analog(ue)
Complete thread -- s/l...gin-a-ry gin-a-log ....sm
Complete thread -- ok thanks
Complete thread -- yes (maybe saying pulse rate quickly and sounds like pressure?, or she is mistaken)
Complete thread -- doc says BP and then pressures... she means pulse, right... or am I missing something
Complete thread -- falgging
Complete thread -- LFTs within normal limits, lipase 62, __________.
Complete thread -- it is working now and i can listen to wav using chrome. thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- lassoed
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- To permanently add site in IE Tab, go to: Menu, Other Features, Add URL to AutoURL
Complete thread -- Thanks. Procedure is Excision of ______ cyst of back. same word. ...
Complete thread -- ___ cyst of back.
Complete thread -- ok. will try on internet explorer then. ...
Complete thread -- This site is not fully functional in Chrome or Firefox. I use this Chrome extension
Complete thread -- According to the posts down below, Google Chrome is your problem.
Complete thread -- Diagnosis: _____ pack. ...
Complete thread -- win xp and browser is google chrome. ...
Complete thread -- What internet browser are you using? Maybe that's it.
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- I click on "click" in click here and send or listen to WAV fil ...
Complete thread -- named
Complete thread -- click on send/listen to wav
Complete thread -- How can i hear the wav posted here? i tried but nothing happens and sa ...
Complete thread -- thanks. ...
Complete thread -- She is a highly competitive gymnast having been ___to a national team
Complete thread -- got this. 4 x 4 fluffs
Complete thread -- Steri-Strip were used on the proximal and distal incisions, but not the open wound.
Complete thread -- You got it most dependence
Complete thread -- The area of *most dependence* in the right lower abdomen adjacent to t ...
Complete thread -- Her isthmus was about 3.2 mm so a 2.25 mm nail was selected. The precontoured sm
Complete thread -- yeah that's what I thought too, but I finally sent it in. This guy has been giving me sm
Complete thread -- you'd expect myringotomy...
Complete thread -- Okay, thanks. I can hear potentially now.
Complete thread -- well on the first we found after looking at an old report and he says normal facial sm
Complete thread -- So what did your friend think it was
Complete thread -- A 17-month-old who underwent an s/l LV and tubes.
Complete thread -- thanks. I had a friend that helped me with these.
Complete thread -- translucent
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- That looks like it should be EnSeal.
Complete thread -- ?Enseal (Ethicon)
Complete thread -- Enseal device.
Complete thread -- On physical exam, well appearing. Normal voice quality. _____ he does have a ____sm
Complete thread -- The uteroovarian ligaments were then cauterized and transected using _ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Reason for lead placement was for history of moderate...
Complete thread -- by neurophysiology team. _____ history of moderate cervical canal ste ...
Complete thread -- thank you for that explanation.
Complete thread -- because google chrome does not support the word board. however, you can put in IE
Complete thread -- acceptable or not is account specific. I use the slash to indicate and/or when
Complete thread -- you need the slash, or it doesn't read right.
Complete thread -- is it acceptable to not have the slash after retroperitoneal?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- sorry for posting 2x. please second time. :(
Complete thread -- question on nodes
Complete thread -- retroperitoneal/mesenteric
Complete thread -- ques on nodes
Complete thread -- ahhh
Complete thread -- hmmmm... I'd probably flag it. too vague IMO
Complete thread -- I was doing taxes on IE - but TurboTax was SOOO slow that I switched
Complete thread -- Brain hematoma evacuation, 4 dura leaves tacked back with 4-0 Nurolon on a s/l Cry-el
Complete thread -- histomycosis/blastomycosis?
Complete thread -- I can't either. And I rarely have the time to switch over to IE just to do so
Complete thread -- BillyBob...when I use Google Chrome, why can't I hear sound files?
Complete thread -- wait...appendectomy!
Complete thread -- hyperdectomy? huh?? flag...
Complete thread -- I did.
Complete thread -- sounds right, the "trough" level
Complete thread -- histoplasmosis? or histology/blasto-what?
Complete thread -- could be one of many things... can you post the sound file?
Complete thread -- fibrillation status post permanent pacemaker placement, _____ and ankle surgery.
Complete thread -- On further research I think this is right.
Complete thread -- UO's (ureteral orifices)??
Complete thread -- pacemaker placement, *hyperdectomy* and ankle surgery.
Complete thread -- Multiple pulmonary nodules secondary to histo/blasto. That is as dictated in
Complete thread -- thanks for trying
Complete thread -- Does this make sense? The patient has received vancomycin, his level on 02/06 was 4.
Complete thread -- The bladder showed normal trigone with s/l*ULs* in normal position and configuration
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- sorry, no help from me.
Complete thread -- cathartics... (not "a med" but a "group of medicines"
Complete thread -- constipated on admission. ________ on admission. Stool
Complete thread -- med s/l cathordix
Complete thread -- Got it, "linitis plastica".
Complete thread -- ESL, pt w/gastric cancer on chemo (s/l) align-a-dysplastic status post partial /sm
Complete thread -- That "Soft' is an indwelling and doesn't dilate, its just a more comfy cath.
Complete thread -- Don't agree. it was "something" dilatation. the "Soft" wouldn't fit in that...it would
Complete thread -- agree with this one.
Complete thread -- sounds like "heart and respiratory" to me.
Complete thread -- Pertinent respiratory negatives are that she hasn't had......
Complete thread -- Pertinent respiratory negative.
Complete thread -- wav file. I had a word in there, just not sure of it.
Complete thread -- Oh well, I already sent with self but felt it could be that after listening more. Thanks
Complete thread -- wait, wait! I found this: The Inway Soft indwelling urinary catheter is easy to insert and
Complete thread -- True. You've convinced me. I will go with it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- I think this might help our dilemma on 's or s'
Complete thread -- Thanks, that's what I did. Stupid doctors.
Complete thread -- hmmm... I guess either/or then??
Complete thread -- s/l pials - I googled pial enhancement spinal MRI.
Complete thread -- Per BOS page 331 self-dilatation
Complete thread -- soft & self can sound very similar when dictated.
Complete thread -- self dilatation
Complete thread -- hmm, Google is giving me "self-dilatation" but I sure can't hear it.
Complete thread -- oops, I should've spelled that correctly....apostrophe
Complete thread -- urethral stricture disease and had a Foley catheter s/l "for soft dilatation"
Complete thread -- But if you go to NOVA website, they use the possessive apostrophy. Link
Complete thread -- In November, his cervical MRI showed T2 hyperintensity from C3 to C6. ...
Complete thread -- actually, I don't think a ' is needed at all. If you look up the goverment listing, (sm)
Complete thread -- that makes sense, thanks!!
Complete thread -- I would 'assume' Veterans' since she is an advocate for more than one vet.
Complete thread -- I'm doing a letter addressed to a person who is a veteran's advocate or s.m.
Complete thread -- thank you, lb
Complete thread -- If you are allowed to abbreviate, then yes. We can't and I expand it
Complete thread -- yep, probably blood resuscitation since the patient had rectal bleeding.
Complete thread -- how would you write out neuro meds? Neuro medications?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- cheerful?
Complete thread -- Physical examination today reveals a ___ adult male
Complete thread -- knocked down a notch or two by the medication?
Complete thread -- increased pain can be ___ to other medication. He tries heat...
Complete thread -- Avonex Pen for M.S., any mention of muscular sclerosis?
Complete thread -- blood? fluid? resuscitation
Complete thread -- Anyone?
Complete thread -- exactly right! She did not die how could she be resusitated before a colonoscopy!?
Complete thread -- (I think she knows what it is, she wants to know if it is called "U spot"
Complete thread -- huh?
Complete thread -- initial resuscitation, she had
Complete thread -- wav doesn't match what you have typed?
Complete thread -- After initial ____ she had a colonoscopy done with Fleet enemas as preparation
Complete thread -- Spot urine analyses are used to detect a wide range of
Complete thread -- (like Utox - urine toxicology) - just shortened to U. I'd spell out urine (if it was my
Complete thread -- sure, clear sputum makes sense. saliva sputum, commonly studied by doctors
Complete thread -- I've heard urine spot protein, so U spot might be the doc's way of shortening it?
Complete thread -- Anyone know of a "U spot" urine protein test? Not finding what I want on Google. NM
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- In which case I'd need a comma after benign, but think I will blank it.
Complete thread -- I guess it could be mass but coming out sounding like glass.
Complete thread -- x2 to 3?
Complete thread -- She does have s/l "left adrenal glass," most likely benign and nonobstructing renal
Complete thread -- doc says patient is alert and oriented x3 to 3. Never heard this before. How sm
Complete thread -- No I finally sent it in. It was my only blank and I think he may have misspoke when he sm
Complete thread -- so sorry... i get it now
Complete thread -- Fer-In-Sol - sorry
Complete thread -- I'd just change it to Avonex Pen, which is its exact name.
Complete thread -- PCP in Pennsylvania Dr. s/l Mal-tuh-tag.
Complete thread -- med s/l feronsol
Complete thread -- s/l isotope tracer exudate to the duodenum
Complete thread -- oooooh!
Complete thread -- he is off this week. _____labs were normal.
Complete thread -- I also cannot verify this. should I flag?
Complete thread -- Savella
Complete thread -- looking for a medication for fibromyalgia called "Sabella or Cibella"
Complete thread -- Avonex does come in a pen, but "FlexPen" is for more diabetes I thought?
Complete thread -- Looks good to me.
Complete thread -- got it... and limited history from patient
Complete thread -- Punctuation correct?
Complete thread -- were eased with vomiting, got it
Complete thread -- history obtained from the chart and __________ history from the patient.
Complete thread -- we will put her back on Avonex with a new FlexPen.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- did listen again and it still sounds like sputums
Complete thread -- No, I don't think so!
Complete thread -- urethroscope?
Complete thread -- that would have been more likely... already sent
Complete thread -- The 17 French flexible __________ was passed per urethra into the bladder without sm
Complete thread -- added as MP3 due to below
Complete thread -- the patient ______ pneumonia,
Complete thread -- Symptoms _______ vomiting and it is a constant pain in the epigastric area that feel
Complete thread -- Can you give the entire sentence?
Complete thread -- see if you can hear "clear fluids"
Complete thread -- cystoscopy; The 17 French flexible s/l dul-so-scope. He is not saying cystoscope.
Complete thread -- Yes!
Complete thread -- Valsalva?
Complete thread -- S/L alsalvo.
Complete thread -- dysplastic ?
Complete thread -- flexible sigmoidoscopy question
Complete thread -- I think it is possible that is what she is saying. She says uh and pauses an extremely sm
Complete thread -- wasn't sure it fit there...
Complete thread -- no doubt "sputum"
Complete thread -- axilla?
Complete thread -- ery episode was after eating food and clear *sputums*.
Complete thread -- . She continues to experience persistent nausea only partially relieved with her sm
Complete thread -- Really sounds like "side" I think, but I guess I'll just QA it ...
Complete thread -- sinus tract
Complete thread -- pcolonoscopy showed ?confluent ulcerative ?proctitis and confirmed that it is ulcerat
Complete thread -- s/l "side tract"
Complete thread -- ml or mL milliliter (liquid capacity) mm= millimeters (length)
Complete thread -- going with and feels is a combination...
Complete thread -- sharing a "Units list of abbreviation" (for next time)
Complete thread -- Got it, it was an app - Bo's
Complete thread -- I think you had it right the first time.
Complete thread -- stated that most of her anxiety is short lived and ______ combination with COPD at th
Complete thread -- Sounds like Bows. Bowls? Boughs? Speech pathology report. A lot of the time they
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Will go back and try that.
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- ?Carter-Thomason, 0 Vicryl
Complete thread -- sounds right to me.
Complete thread -- That's correct. a . There is ... ...
Complete thread -- Abbreviation help. Under diagnoses. POD #1, S/P elective outpatient cardioversion.
Complete thread -- thank you jeannine and anonymous for your help
Complete thread -- found this "alternate phases of "pure cut" and coagulation n
Complete thread -- 3-4, 4-5, 5-1. There is
Complete thread -- can you listen in and tell me what you think of the WAV that I uploaded
Complete thread -- tx jeannine. I think I will upload a wav (after the present one is answered) just to make
Complete thread -- I hear "electrocoagulation"
Complete thread -- I would put the period after L5-S1. There is posterior fixation hardware etc.
Complete thread -- can you tell me where I should put the period. He hardly stops, but somewhere belong
Complete thread -- salpingo-oophorectomy, and _____ endometriotic lesions, and lysis of adhesions.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you for trying, I guess I will flag
Complete thread -- ah ha
Complete thread -- morcellator was removed and a *kerra tonsil* 0 Vicryl was applied
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- arteries
Complete thread -- LiNA loop was applied with a 120 *pure cut* was removed
Complete thread -- sounds like incisions (incision repeated) graft???
Complete thread -- At the level of the uterine _____ were skeletonized, cauterized and cut
Complete thread -- I hear it, just can't figure out what he says.
Complete thread -- salpingo-oophorectomy, and chromotubation...?
Complete thread -- There are multiple left leg well-healed incisions___. There is severely dry skin
Complete thread -- kg/m2
Complete thread -- thanks. I hear "might maxillary distribution??? ",
Complete thread -- I hear "right"
Complete thread -- Endometriotic lesions at the level of the *flans *
Complete thread -- s/l endochromolation endometriotic lesions
Complete thread -- meter squared?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- for ortho MTs and others might want to save this list (by another MT contributor
Complete thread -- There is decreased sensation in the ___ maxillary distribution
Complete thread -- There are multiple left leg well-healed incisions___. There is severely dry skin
Complete thread -- wait...2nd listen i hear 107 (1-hundred-7)
Complete thread -- 97
Complete thread -- ok, thank you!
Complete thread -- ok thanks... wasn't sure that was all correct... seemed worded funny to me
Complete thread -- morphology
Complete thread -- influenza A positive _____ antigen, negative for influenza B.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I hear the audio for this question
Complete thread -- Still hearing the last wav. Try deleting audio and re-upload.
Complete thread -- sorry there now
Complete thread -- thank you 4 Ur help
Complete thread -- Yes! Tx so much!
Complete thread -- no new wav
Complete thread -- Sodium is 133, potassium is 4.0, chloride is _____, bicarb is 30, BUN 10, creatin
Complete thread -- You are right!
Complete thread -- significant for influenza A positive morphology *antigen*, negative for influenza B
Complete thread -- aqueous (watertight, not watertight leaks aqueous/water)
Complete thread -- No, it doesn't make sense. I hear "given." Also, I wouldn't add "on the" but I'm used to a
Complete thread -- adjuvant?
Complete thread -- Really depends on account. For a verbatim, even a loose verbatim, I would leave it.
Complete thread -- added WAV, can you please help to catch that word
Complete thread -- adjimen? Adjament? Cant find the right word?
Complete thread -- s/l equeous leaks
Complete thread -- Heart: Tachy, S1 and S2 without S3. Can I leave tachy or must I change it?
Complete thread -- does this make sense? I am not sure if I am hearing the word correctly
Complete thread -- I hear it now. Thanks.
Complete thread -- p.r.n. (p.r.n. comma)
Complete thread -- Help with mp3 file, please.
Complete thread -- corona's action. Corona = crown
Complete thread -- Might be octreotide suppression, but w/o more info it's hard to know
Complete thread -- I'll check that out. Thank you.
Complete thread -- Mepilex?
Complete thread -- I believe the best treatment option for this new lesion would be chemo ...
Complete thread -- Patient is 1 week status post total hip arthroplasty.
Complete thread -- "5th grade math this marking period."
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- He is described as an advanced above-average student who will be start ...
Complete thread -- I think you're pretty safe with that assumption. SM for Ortho lists.
Complete thread -- positive "Latchman" test in the knee, can I assume he is saying Lachman and not prono
Complete thread -- I hear now he is correcting himself... There is numbness point anterior
Complete thread -- does "point anterior" make sense in context? Or maybe I am hearing something else in
Complete thread -- Her mother reports that has been complaining of pain on palpation of _____.
Complete thread -- on the _________ of the MCL?
Complete thread -- lateral skin paddle?
Complete thread -- Weck-Cel?
Complete thread -- wexel is used for scleral dry ...
Complete thread -- urology consult - sm
Complete thread -- Also, Medtronic has a 5-6-5 model that I saw (didn't see 5-6-6 on my search)
Complete thread -- paddle?
Complete thread -- No idea, but sounds like the same guy the other poster has, lol.
Complete thread -- the geniculate. The _____ was placed laterally to
Complete thread -- insertion ______. The other osteophytes
Complete thread -- A tunneler from Medtronic spinal stimulator set was used to expand the ...
Complete thread -- thanks a lot. rostral to caudal. ...
Complete thread -- 1.5 inches in lenght rostral to ???
Complete thread -- The skin was then marked on the midline at the level of the T10 spinou ...
Complete thread -- Will use what I heard as stated above. Thanks
Complete thread -- I think I may hear 'while I compressed the center.' Not sure though. Need another ear.
Complete thread -- Thanks in advance for helping.
Complete thread -- I got it... conduct disorder...
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- #2 oppositional defiant disorder
Complete thread -- Psychiatric terms.. Please help me verify the below terms. Thank you. Please see msg.
Complete thread -- Oh, I get it...condition is Klebsiella pneumonia, bacteria is pneumoniae. Thank You!
Complete thread -- I heard it this time! Synovial remnant. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- not really, as I said. positioners were used to post - post what?
Complete thread -- Thanks. I flagged it. Stedman's has pneumonia or pneumoniae after K.?
Complete thread -- I reposted the WAV again and I can hear it. Hope you can do. I cannot hear "plica".
Complete thread -- not hearing your wav, but guessing plica
Complete thread -- large _________ remnant
Complete thread -- I'm not certain what "post" means tho, postioners does tho
Complete thread -- Thanks for confirming, Darlene.
Complete thread -- yes, it does, like padding, protection for bony prominences, keeping pt steady
Complete thread -- Really? Does it make sense as is?
Complete thread -- not really
Complete thread -- Suboxone is cap'd
Complete thread -- Yes, he just said in exam "There was no gait abnormality on walking." I think
Complete thread -- suboxone and vivitrol injection
Complete thread -- "Positioners were used to post." Does this make sense? Pls sm
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Doc must've missed saying a word like unsteady gait or something.
Complete thread -- help with Suboxone or "something -itrol" injection
Complete thread -- She *does not have a gait* when walking. Huh? Please sm for context.
Complete thread -- its all good. :-)
Complete thread -- resources for help with ______ injection to prevent the relapse on opioids.
Complete thread -- (ignore me) telangiectasia is correct
Complete thread -- sorry, lb - I thought "lesion" was in there
Complete thread -- shows AN area OF restricted diffusion
Complete thread -- pure guess to QA, may mean 2 out of 2 sets (culture)grew out
Complete thread -- a telangectatic on the left leg?
Complete thread -- uh, yea, and it was on the leg.
Complete thread -- 2 out of 2 bottles? (and pneumoniae when it comes after Klebsiella)
Complete thread -- uh uh. that would be the noun
Complete thread -- Trilipix
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- give the whole sentence in the future
Complete thread -- adjective would be "telangiectatic"
Complete thread -- ?KIA
Complete thread -- he is a car salesman at "a care" dealership. Sounds like IKEA, but couldnt be...
Complete thread -- Bacteremia: Pancultured and patient grew out **2, 2** Klebsiella pneumonia. ?
Complete thread -- Yessss!! Thank you :) :) ...
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- I forgot to come back! Thank you
Complete thread -- ooooh...how about "a telangectasia"
Complete thread -- new onset of left leg swelling, query recurrent deep vein thrombosis.
Complete thread -- ectasia - Dilation or distention of a tubular structure.
Complete thread -- Thank you, fgjjg for your help
Complete thread -- I'd guess he MEANT sublingual and if he did say subq, I'd flag it.
Complete thread -- maybe "sheer amount of the medications that she was taking would potentially justify"
Complete thread -- It sounded to me like - and period - but that makes no sense.
Complete thread -- There was s/l an tic lectic ectasia?? on the left leg. ...
Complete thread -- context, I would think it would be due to, or in leiau of , but I do not hear that
Complete thread -- She "remanded" ?? the amount of medications ...?
Complete thread -- so what does it mean that he trialed Subsys as a "subq"
Complete thread -- Subsys is a sublingual fentanyl spray.
Complete thread -- s/l sure of the amount of medications that she was taking. Is something
Complete thread -- Actiq oral, that is 1600
Complete thread -- ___to the amount of medications that she is taking
Complete thread -- he did even trial a Subsys as a subq- is that "as a subcutaneous? Or sub-Q?
Complete thread -- Yes!!!
Complete thread -- Thanks lb. Would I put a comma before Actiq. I guess that means he is
Complete thread -- unrelenting?
Complete thread -- unremitting?
Complete thread -- I missed a word in there after approximately 7 a day
Complete thread -- She continued to have severe s/l "un-riveting" pain,
Complete thread -- yes! Thank you for catching that. It is Actiq, but what is that word after . Later in
Complete thread -- Fentanyl not capitalized (unless you cap all drugs) and I hear Actiq oral?
Complete thread -- phone number XXX-4440, to schedule appointment _____ prior to scheduling.
Complete thread -- I am pretty sure I was missing a word in there so not much more help.
Complete thread -- Is that mcg - not mg for the fentanyl patch? Actiq is a name of fentanyl patch
Complete thread -- unguentum - had to look it up to find the spelling -
Complete thread -- Short for a Latin word that means unguent or ointment.
Complete thread -- Triplix
Complete thread -- Please help with WAV-stuck on a med
Complete thread -- Found it!
Complete thread -- Possibly but couldn't verify it.
Complete thread -- what is u n g
Complete thread -- Triplex?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- medication name
Complete thread -- I agree, or even if saying "when" would make sense to me.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Monmouth Medical Center [Long Branch, NJ]
Complete thread -- which she was not (able to do) on admission.
Complete thread -- s/l marnut or marmont emergency room in NJ
Complete thread -- and able to tolerate liquids *when she was not on admission* which is why she require
Complete thread -- He began to ____ since 2004.
Complete thread -- GOt it: vanco and started Tygacil IV
Complete thread -- discontinued vanco and started ______ ID. Renal, Dr. Sagar’s group saw the patient.
Complete thread -- "in that" she never had...
Complete thread -- Ty to person below. I was just coming back to post this!
Complete thread -- (but -related does)
Complete thread -- it would be: cystic fibrosis-related malnutrition
Complete thread -- it's a good one!
Complete thread -- Alan J. Kivitz, Johnstown, PA
Complete thread -- why not just "S3 gallop"?
Complete thread -- midcorporal is right.
Complete thread -- Under care of Dr. s/l Kibitz for rheumatological condition. (This is in PA.)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks so much! you ROOCKKK!
Complete thread -- Thank you. I always second guess myself on those two
Complete thread -- So it is! Thanks! new to me :-)
Complete thread -- you need to give the full sentence
Complete thread -- effect.
Complete thread -- ebullient
Complete thread -- ebulient (check my spelling; 2 l's?)
Complete thread -- it's a medical phrase - not humor
Complete thread -- Nose has been treated with Afrin without great *effect/affect*.
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- (doc with good sense of humor! I'd type it) Means "going AWOL"
Complete thread -- s/l abiliant bone callus formation .....
Complete thread -- possibility to...(correcting self) towards muscle breakdown
Complete thread -- ?can you hear dispose?
Complete thread -- s/l elopement from the hospital
Complete thread -- fixed sentence
Complete thread -- awesome, thank you Margaret!
Complete thread -- concern of possibility _____ muscle breakdown
Complete thread -- doc means a linear dose-response to PPI. OK to type as dictated.
Complete thread -- millieu
Complete thread -- were minimal and he does not have a (s/l linear response) to administration if PPI me
Complete thread -- Yes that's it. thanks much
Complete thread -- ? Arava
Complete thread -- s/l menoo therapy
Complete thread -- penile injection therapy
Complete thread -- Savella? but, I don't know the diagnoses, so this is a huge guess.
Complete thread -- drug that s/l aravella
Complete thread -- The patient has a ___ history of hypothyroidism. Medications include ...
Complete thread -- Thank you nm!! You are awesome!
Complete thread -- appreciation
Complete thread -- THANKS!
Complete thread -- instrumented (meaning instruments were inserted)
Complete thread -- I thought maybe slurring an S4 with gallop. Sounded like gout.
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- In order to get a better ______ of her symptoms I have booked her for a gastroscopy
Complete thread -- his finger
Complete thread -- definitely not saying S4, darlene, but it didnt sound like anything I've ever heard before
Complete thread -- do you mean
Complete thread -- where are u in the body?
Complete thread -- Massoni's tumur? Doc clearly dictates an "I" at the end but I can only find a Masson'
Complete thread -- unable to listen, but likely indicating/r/o S3 and S4 both abnormal
Complete thread -- Thanks. On this account, we can flag so I will. I was hoping to find out for next
Complete thread -- there is something there but for the life of me I can't figure it out.
Complete thread -- (google it as Synthes one-third, that's how I found it)
Complete thread -- wav file. Had a word in there but just not sure.
Complete thread -- wait, I found one-third, so why not "two-thirds" 4-hole.
Complete thread -- I was thinking more like 2.3, 4-hole matrix plate, 2.3, 6-hole ...
Complete thread -- can't even find anything on Synthes site
Complete thread -- agree.
Complete thread -- 2/3, 4-hole 2/3, 6-hole maybe
Complete thread -- cystic fibrosis does not need a dash...
Complete thread -- DIAGNOSIS: Cystic-fibrosis-(CF)-related malnutrition. (Looks goofy, but how else?)
Complete thread -- how to type 2/3/4-hole and 2/3/6-hole?
Complete thread -- humm, not sure what SP beta is? maybe? saying Byetta (and switched to insulin now)
Complete thread -- assistive devices, using some men-sized boots.
Complete thread -- how would you type out "men size boots"
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- probably: Kerlix and an AO splint
Complete thread -- any vessel/vessels?
Complete thread -- One more, so sorry!
Complete thread -- thank you, sm
Complete thread -- 1. maybe "any bleeders" ? 2. cauterized or ligated as necessary?
Complete thread -- Podiatry help
Complete thread -- ok thanks
Complete thread -- we are calling her gestational diabetes (meaning her condition)
Complete thread -- _____ diabetes, even though she never had her
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- we are calling _______ gestational diabetes and that she never had her three-hour tes
Complete thread -- That was sent because the patient has a hirsute appearance.
Complete thread -- wav
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- no wav
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- That was said to give the patient _____ appearance. DHEA
Complete thread -- There is pancrelipase, but it is prescription. (see link)
Complete thread -- Must be doctor's slang for trigger point injection, I'd do it as dictated.
Complete thread -- how about "in that she never had her ..." ? still looking for "in charge"
Complete thread -- s/l pan-cruh-pace TIA!
Complete thread -- or can put "frontoparietal" since he said lobe
Complete thread -- status post *beta* and at this point since AND we are calling *in charge*gestation
Complete thread -- chill?
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- SenoRx
Complete thread -- there is restricted diffusion (still looking...)
Complete thread -- TTE, per dictator's previous reports. Thanks
Complete thread -- TTE (transthoracic echocardiogram) would be a reasonable guess but
Complete thread -- CeNeRx balloon for accelerated partial breast radiation
Complete thread -- s/l area restrictase diffusion ?
Complete thread -- definitely TTE or CTE or PTE ?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- is complaining of __________. All other systems reviewed negative.
Complete thread -- CTA?
Complete thread -- sounds almost like "preop hydration"
Complete thread -- He was admitted, placed n.p.o. ____ hydration.
Complete thread -- propensity ?
Complete thread -- s/l CTE (patient with lacunar stroke)
Complete thread -- stimulators recently has begun to shut off intermittently
Complete thread -- s/l the outer volume of the lesion may be somewhat bigger
Complete thread -- MRI scan showed central necrosis within the right vestibular schwannom ...
Complete thread -- "deep trigger"??
Complete thread -- the patinet had a profoudn s/l torensity of spontaneous speech
Complete thread -- is this stabilizer?
Complete thread -- Thank you for your help!
Complete thread -- It depends on the situation your're in. If you have a supervisor, ask.
Complete thread -- This is not a verbatime account. Does that mean the same thing? can I change what he
Complete thread -- I always hear it peripheral polyneuropathy and that's the term I'd use.
Complete thread -- Hurray! Thank you!
Complete thread -- Is "poly peripheral neuropathy" a real word? Can I use it in? cant document proper
Complete thread -- root (like in nerve root)
Complete thread -- not in any "root or rude" pattern
Complete thread -- s/l dr z. kin opthalmologist in queens with office in NYC
Complete thread -- never mind. got it. thanks. ...
Complete thread -- Preoperative diagnosis: End-stage renal disease V, malfunctioning dia ...
Complete thread -- Postoperative diagnosis: Same. Operation: ______ AV fistula ...
Complete thread -- it's arythmias
Complete thread -- There __________ monitor and he was subsequently discharged. Incidentally
Complete thread -- thanks. ...
Complete thread -- quart?
Complete thread -- consumed a *quad* of vodka. ...
Complete thread -- Thank you!!!!!!!!!
Complete thread -- Good explanation. As MTs, we don't depend on their pauses at all.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! Thought so but she wasn't pausing right. :(
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- your last one.
Complete thread -- Need help with run on sentence...
Complete thread -- BOS2, Pg. 278 (sm)
Complete thread -- I'm pretty sure you spell that out, but I'd have to check the BOS.
Complete thread -- zero WBCs
Complete thread -- Oh, I think I got it. Coapted!
Complete thread -- New to op notes!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- He's a pretty bad esl. I just left a blank for the part that s/l heavy set. I actually
Complete thread -- sumatriptan
Complete thread -- NovoLog, Levemir, and _____ ...
Complete thread -- it was: placed drill holes with the drill guide.
Complete thread -- This is balance the soft tissues
Complete thread -- It makes sense, yes. Like installing electric "power lines,"
Complete thread -- I only find saucepan or pot.
Complete thread -- added
Complete thread -- old wav still there
Complete thread -- works in teaching and was making some s/l "macaroni with heavy set" and moving the
Complete thread -- I did *down* soft tissues.
Complete thread -- placed drill holes _____. With this done, we began with
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- got it biconvex reamer
Complete thread -- the biconvex reamer
Complete thread -- We then used ______ reamer, reamed to a width
Complete thread -- biconvex
Complete thread -- might be too late on this. insertional
Complete thread -- We then used *bi covex* reamer to a width of 60 mm
Complete thread -- I don't see why not - see message
Complete thread -- can a panniculectomy be done more than once? pls sm
Complete thread -- this is really late, but how about "community?"
Complete thread -- now s/l hem more roij = hemorrhage
Complete thread -- Yes, that's it. She says it like hem more r__ so has to be hemorrhage.
Complete thread -- Oh my God, I think you're right. She's Puerto Rican. I am SO going to try to hear
Complete thread -- hemorrhage? (definitely flag hemorrhoids)
Complete thread -- Well, she says the same thing in the history.......
Complete thread -- Thanx ...
Complete thread -- secondary to hemorrhoids in the left renal collecting system
Complete thread -- oh, I thought you were correcting to another link that still indicates
Complete thread -- assuming all text was posted by OP
Complete thread -- Thanks, poi
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for confirming, poi.
Complete thread -- not sure if it's "correct" but is sure sounds like that.
Complete thread -- sounds like incisional to me too.
Complete thread -- S/l Chronic 'incisional' plantar fasciitis. Cannot confirm though. Is this correct? -
Complete thread -- poi & nm- I corrected this already, prob we posted at same time?
Complete thread -- s/l shouldering may be "smoldering diverticulitis sm *** & link
Complete thread -- looks like probe.
Complete thread -- WAV posted now. I cannot hear 'interstitial' but 'incisional'. Would you kindly listen?
Complete thread -- interstitial?
Complete thread -- Lycra Spandex
Complete thread -- There was a small bridge of mucosa which connects the surgically expan ...
Complete thread -- S/l Chronic 'incisional' plantar fasciitis. Cannot confirm though. Is this correct?
Complete thread -- s/l lycraous bandex
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- appendix?
Complete thread -- yes for every one.
Complete thread -- corrected 15 to 12
Complete thread -- When he was asked to complete a simple shoulder test, looking at 15 __ ...
Complete thread -- used gas and pethidine in labor.
Complete thread -- hmm added again
Complete thread -- yes, think that is it too
Complete thread -- old mp3 still there
Complete thread -- frail?
Complete thread -- , but very fragile and *full*
Complete thread -- yes probably is that
Complete thread -- mild right hydronephrosis and ______ 4.7 cm most likely
Complete thread -- Glucerna?
Complete thread -- s/l Glucinol 4 ounces...
Complete thread -- Gosh I don't know if that is the meaning or not, but thanks for trying. I will highlight
Complete thread -- Would "line company" make sense?? Anyone??
Complete thread -- She had spontaneous onset of labour at term minus 1 and ______.
Complete thread -- NSIP=non-specific interstitial pneumonia
Complete thread -- the other is nonspecific interstitial pneumonia (NSIP)
Complete thread -- Usual interstitial pneumonia (UIP)
Complete thread -- found one, usual interstitial pneumonia (UIP)
Complete thread -- Serum immunoelectrophoresis (SIEP)
Complete thread -- shouldering: 2.Take on (a responsibility): "she shouldered the blame for the incident".
Complete thread -- lung scan
Complete thread -- as you know he has an abnormal SPE and ___ showing a monoclonal protein
Complete thread -- not sure, but sometimes you get "shoulder pain" with diverticulosis?
Complete thread -- Word help - s/l "shouldering" diverticulosis
Complete thread -- correct.
Complete thread -- mow-siss and echo = most recent echo
Complete thread -- how about just "a contribution"?
Complete thread -- Thank you, that is it. ...
Complete thread -- Dix-Hallpike?
Complete thread -- My impression is vertigo which may represent a resolving labyrinthitis ...
Complete thread -- I heard the wav too. It is pretty clear. Would still flag since you
Complete thread -- if pt had IVUS, doc certainly would have mentioned the cardiac cath
Complete thread -- THANKS TO ALL YOU KIND SOULS FOR YOUR HELP
Complete thread -- An auditory brain stem response test was within normal limits. An M ...
Complete thread -- no duh - I had to google it myself!
Complete thread -- aqgree. it's rather apparent.
Complete thread -- Celsius (28.5 degrees would be way low for Fahrenheit!)
Complete thread -- ABIs are not the same as temperature
Complete thread -- duh
Complete thread -- ACW = anterior chest wall
Complete thread -- thanks... pretty clear posted wav too
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- have to argue that Darlene. They are doing foot temperatures.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Found it, Halban
Complete thread -- Duragesic patch 12 mcg *A C W* q.72 hour
Complete thread -- twice a day?
Complete thread -- a lot use Celcius and if he said 28 6, I'd put 28.6.
Complete thread -- thank you, interesting, live and learn. Now what is 28 6 and 28 5. Is that 28.5 and 28.6
Complete thread -- Head?
Complete thread -- Your right! Now another stupid question, is that 28.6, if he dictates 28 6, do doctors us
Complete thread -- ops, wait, got that wrong, dif test click link
Complete thread -- He works as a foreman for a s/l lined company. (This is in PA.)
Complete thread -- Pt undergoing sacral colpopexy. sm
Complete thread -- showed possible radial ____ fracture. CAT scan
Complete thread -- they are putting a B.P. cuff on ankles called ABI ankle-brachial index
Complete thread -- hydralazine 25 mg p.o. ______, Lipitor 10 mg p.o. at bedtime
Complete thread -- google foot temperature
Complete thread -- didn't hear wav but "placement" of Greenfield would fit
Complete thread -- I will check again
Complete thread -- ? IVUS= intravascular ultrasound sm
Complete thread -- temperature of the right foot is 28 5; temperature of the left foot is 28 6
Complete thread -- all i hear is history of Greenfield filter - is it chronic kidney or coronary artery?
Complete thread -- chronic kidney disease, _____ Greenfield filter, who came to the emergency
Complete thread -- also says history of DVT/PE - not COPD with PE
Complete thread -- thanks will chk
Complete thread -- I dont know about you, but I'm confused with all the wavs and mp3s
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- is that chronic kidney disease rather than carotid disease?
Complete thread -- maybe right arm x-ray?
Complete thread -- can't see radial head fracture on a hand x-ray. Probably should flag
Complete thread -- Maybe he said right HIP xray, not hand.
Complete thread -- Alheizmer dementia
Complete thread -- possible *radial head oh* fracture.
Complete thread -- I don't hear anything there.
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- history of PE/DVT, ________ carotid disease
Complete thread -- include _______ dementia, diabetes ....coronary artery disease ______.
Complete thread -- ah ha
Complete thread -- is competent
Complete thread -- got it - rheumatic heart disease
Complete thread -- workup at this time with GI. The patient ______ to make a decision, understands the
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- On cardiac exams, I usually hear "PMI is nondisplaced"
Complete thread -- got it - apex beat
Complete thread -- JVP is mildly elevated and the s/l pess-pass is nondisplaced.
Complete thread -- Dermabond _________ bulky sterile bolster-type dressing
Complete thread -- there is no wav2 or mp3-2, you posted over your previous posts
Complete thread -- This material was indistinguishable and the remainder of the
Complete thread -- The __________ . No air leak was noted in the chest drain.
Complete thread -- s/l The mow-sis and echo was done last week (same ESL) sm plse
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- from T3 to T10
Complete thread -- ESL, s/l multicat disease, pls sm
Complete thread -- intercostal block was instilled __________ using a total of 30 mL of
Complete thread -- sorry... that first part is included in the below post... audio is not that great
Complete thread -- after some _________ fell away..This _________ was sent as a single specimen labeled
Complete thread -- fter some _________ fell away nicely.
Complete thread -- using __________ scope as blunt AND Using __________ technique, the 12-mm trocar
Complete thread -- thats what I thought..thanks
Complete thread -- you are so right, and this makes MUCH more sense!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Agree with poi
Complete thread -- subserosal fibroids on fundus
Complete thread -- subserosal
Complete thread -- Status post removal of fibroids on fundus (is what I hear)
Complete thread -- enteroscopy - but that really doesn't fit. I'd say she takes the supplements
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Normal uterus, tubes, and ovaries._______
Complete thread -- Please see sentence.. a surgical procedure
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- relisten for Kessler
Complete thread -- s/l tessler
Complete thread -- Unresponsive. Grimaces to deep painful...
Complete thread -- ya never know; QA/employer/client/BOS do all sorts of things, yep
Complete thread -- cyst removed in total= cyst was removed in toto + link
Complete thread -- I would say "contributory"link between diabetes and atrial fibrillation, sm ****
Complete thread -- NEUROLOGICAL: Unresponsive __________ to deep painful stimuli.
Complete thread -- wouldn't they all...
Complete thread -- L-Dex
Complete thread -- thank you, thank you!
Complete thread -- breast exam after cancer. ...s/l eldex or elbex?
Complete thread -- Not according to BOS2 (sm) 4 or more digits
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. She would be great if the background noise were not there.
Complete thread -- cortices
Complete thread -- BOS (range) hyphenation
Complete thread -- wav file. I had a word in there but just was not sure. Thanks
Complete thread -- Amish female brought to Women's Place by her sl*kim-i-dee-day* midwife
Complete thread -- ortho (Orthopedics)
Complete thread -- Consultants: Dr. Mehling, _______
Complete thread -- No thanks necessary, that was a collaborative effort!
Complete thread -- ahhh thanks so much
Complete thread -- I'd period after table. After adequate IV sedation was provided,
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- suprapubic!?!?
Complete thread -- see I thought I heard pubic
Complete thread -- Mukhi from Hematology who suggested a transfusion of 1 unit of single donor platelet
Complete thread -- ok thanks
Complete thread -- from hematology, who suggested __________ of platelet and she will be evaluating
Complete thread -- Almost sounds like seborrheic?
Complete thread -- This is the entire report...
Complete thread -- PMH is either contributory or non-contributory
Complete thread -- just surgery
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- We will monitor the patient's strict input and output, monitor fluid restriction.
Complete thread -- s/l strict input
Complete thread -- What service is this doctor from?
Complete thread -- Nope. It is extremely short and there is no indication.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- PAST MEDICAL HISTORY: *Contributory to* hypertension, diabetes type 2
Complete thread -- I would think the body of the report should tell you what kind of cyst this is
Complete thread -- right sulcal effacement, but no substantive midline shift, no (... sm)
Complete thread -- frontal _______but no substantiated midline shift___.
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: _______ cyst. - not 100 %sure
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- strict (aseptic?) technique
Complete thread -- consider: sumatriptan
Complete thread -- Prophylactic antibiotics were used, and _____ tourniquet was used thro ...
Complete thread -- you are a genius poi!!! Thank you!!!
Complete thread -- she has also had possibly fecal occult blood.
Complete thread -- pattern has changed. I note she has had _______ occult blood.
Complete thread -- I seriously doubt that any account would specify to capitalize. Departments maybe but not
Complete thread -- s/l it is felt that he is microaspirating
Complete thread -- thanks for the suggestion.
Complete thread -- be obstructed and if ________ aspirating, we will need to
Complete thread -- true. :-) ...
Complete thread -- Yep--context matters! An experienced MT like BB can use that to help you.
Complete thread -- Cosyntropin??
Complete thread -- No wav is there
Complete thread -- Thanks. that's incredible that without listening the file you guessed ...
Complete thread -- I can't hear anything.
Complete thread -- refusing trial of labor.
Complete thread -- was about to post a wav file but since one already posted so didn't. ...
Complete thread -- Diagnoses: 1. Intrauterine pregnancy at 38 and 1/7 weeks. 2. I ...
Complete thread -- no context.
Complete thread -- *Refreezing* child labor. ...
Complete thread -- continues to be obstructed and if ________ aspirating, we will need to
Complete thread -- Never mind, Michael J Kane
Complete thread -- medication sounds like sym-at-tro-pan
Complete thread -- ohh really, why not. CHF, enlarged heart sm & link
Complete thread -- I'm trying to document a Dr. Michael Cain/Caine/Kane at AtlantiCare in NJ
Complete thread -- and CHAD &r CHADS stands for & purpose sm
Complete thread -- I would not; however, if your acct specific caps on cardiologist, gastroenterologist, then
Complete thread -- Please help. Is hospitalist capitalized? sm
Complete thread -- many thanks. ...
Complete thread -- Very common term CHAD or CHADS.
Complete thread -- Given risk factors, the patient’s *chat* score is 2 and therefore the ...
Complete thread -- thanks a lot. :-) ...
Complete thread -- ...dosage once daily, Lovaza...
Complete thread -- Crestor 20 mg daily, glimepiride unknown dose, _____ once daily, _____ ...
Complete thread -- thorcentesis: dark brown s/l turbulent fluid (not purulent). I think he means turbid
Complete thread -- I guess I was hearing okay. QA put disk and intubated cuff in my blanks. I was just
Complete thread -- QA left first one (oxsiel dee) blank and Rapaflo for the other. I'm sure he could have
Complete thread -- it sounds like that because he said "AND DuoNeb"
Complete thread -- Maybe but I doubt it. :)
Complete thread -- Had you been able to post a sound file, we probably could help.
Complete thread -- but you wouldn't do a cxr normally for cardiac problems, and this is ruling out MI
Complete thread -- sent to
Complete thread -- sent to
Complete thread -- agree, that is what takes place
Complete thread -- Avoidance of use of the G-tube at present. Rotation of the s/l disc, flushing it
Complete thread -- isn't CX=CHEST X-RAY?
Complete thread -- PMH
Complete thread -- Two medications. First s/l "oxy el dee" or "oxsiel D." Other spells only as
Complete thread -- Tx
Complete thread -- thankyou
Complete thread -- usually hear serial ??
Complete thread -- CX3
Complete thread -- between
Complete thread -- WAV uploaded
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- in ASU ? (ambulatory surgery unit?)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Makes sense to me.
Complete thread -- Nope. I know DuoNeb is about the only med that ends in neb but not that. s/l neuro or
Complete thread -- DuoNeb
Complete thread -- Combivent 2 puffs twice a day and s/l "Noro Neb" as needed
Complete thread -- There was a fenestrated PFO which was opened wider to s/l allow a left heart vent. sm
Complete thread -- Doesn't sound like it, but thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- I hear bone marrow and ... my doc usually says bone marrow and aspiration, not sure sm
Complete thread -- wild guess: bacterial fever?
Complete thread -- s/l facuro fever
Complete thread -- She is using s/l onyca for her knee pain and oxycodone 30 mg q.6h. for pain control.
Complete thread -- yep, went with that... thanks!
Complete thread -- Schedule bone marrow __________ under conscious sedation.
Complete thread -- I think its bilevel, but he's throwing in a "biolevel" sound.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- and bilevel ?? or (body level?)
Complete thread -- adjustment in FiO2 ________ level settings as the patient
Complete thread -- tried on google and got no reliable info (I cant get into medtronic website)
Complete thread -- adjustment in FiO2 *and body* level settings as the patient could tolerate. If
Complete thread -- not enough info or I would google.com & get Medtronic website
Complete thread -- does anyone know how to write out the measurements of medtronic reprogamming, as in :
Complete thread -- fluid= as in blood flow in visualization
Complete thread -- the gallbladder was markedly thickened. The cystic duct was ?serially? ligated with s/m
Complete thread -- I would be inclined to have no comma AM & link, look over phrases listed
Complete thread -- if you hear PCR(include it) HCV= hepatitis C virus RNA, by PCR
Complete thread -- Yes, it was ECF, but Stedman's has it as "extracellular fluid." Thanks again!
Complete thread -- ? de novo
Complete thread -- the actual sentence would help
Complete thread -- (yes, thickening) osteoarthrits, (synovial) thickening sm *** & link
Complete thread -- I looked for a trademark or reg. I don't think anvil is capped
Complete thread -- patient states that she also had the osteoarthritis *thickening* significantly worse
Complete thread -- Hard to say, proud flesh isn't necessarily erythematous but it might be.
Complete thread -- HCV RNA
Complete thread -- Thank you! I will listen for that!
Complete thread -- Is the "A" capitalized in anvil in English Anvil?
Complete thread -- 1. Labs are drawn today – CBC, complete metabolic profile, lipids, a P ...
Complete thread -- sm please
Complete thread -- ECF (extracorporeal fluid)
Complete thread -- ___ weight loss. S/L ACF weight loss (see message). Thank you.
Complete thread -- lol, that's what I was about to suggest. Have heard it used as a noun for the device
Complete thread -- ?cautery
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I thought about that, but he clearly has the long "e" sound in the middle
Complete thread -- Coude?
Complete thread -- s/l "cod-ee-ay"
Complete thread -- reveal any other grossly obvious abnormalities.
Complete thread -- . Diagnostic laparoscopy did not reveal anything _____. Trocars were removed.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- clinical risks of proposed laparoscopic versus possible open...
Complete thread -- gallbladder was _____ and there was ... cystic duct was _____ ligated with three
Complete thread -- about clinical risk and _____ laparoscopy and possible open cholecystectomy
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- questionably new CVA?
Complete thread -- consecutive days. Chronic CVA with questionable _____ CVA; we will continue aspirin
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Guess ~ newly evolved?
Complete thread -- consecutive days. Chronic CVA with *new vah* CVA; we will continue aspirin 81 mg
Complete thread -- thank you :-)
Complete thread -- Treves
Complete thread -- s/l fat pad of tree ? (open appy)
Complete thread -- I hear in "mild" respiratory distress.
Complete thread -- thanks - hear respiratory too
Complete thread -- in no distress (he says distress twice)
Complete thread -- in non-respiratory distress
Complete thread -- oriented x3, cooperative, _____ distress.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- He had recent admission to
Complete thread -- working
Complete thread -- He is not following with any physician, ________. He agrees admission to
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- 38 and 2/7 weeks (2 out of 7)
Complete thread -- IUP at 38 weeks and _____ weeks.
Complete thread -- what a great link. Thank you!
Complete thread -- thank you, MT50. I googled in quotes and kept getting nothing. Now that I have ascites,
Complete thread -- 4-inch ultrasound block probe, not familiar with this account, but shouldnt it be
Complete thread -- Camden Diagnostics ??? Check out this list
Complete thread -- No pressure right! I hope I can ;-)
Complete thread -- thankyou
Complete thread -- thankyou, MT50. I waited for you to come on board and help!! I will upload now
Complete thread -- good guess, though it does sound like pitsill. I wrote Paxil and underlined it
Complete thread -- could you post now?
Complete thread -- in Google start to type palpable fluid shi... and it will tell you
Complete thread -- ascites
Complete thread -- altered sensorium?
Complete thread -- Thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Complete thread -- Paxil?
Complete thread -- He denies alteration in bowel or bladder function. He denies leg weakness or ______
Complete thread -- widening
Complete thread -- predominant
Complete thread -- microdiscectomy using a minimally invasive tubular retractor
Complete thread -- medtronic spinal cord stimulator
Complete thread -- performed a left L5-S1 microdiscectomy using s/l "milium or million" base of tubular
Complete thread -- also, I cant document "palpable fluid shift" or shif? Tx
Complete thread -- s/l peritoneal cites or peritonealsitis
Complete thread -- Even though the MRI is showing ____changes on the right side,
Complete thread -- Yes! Thank you! So simple, but so hard to figure out....
Complete thread -- She went ahead and obtained an open MRI at ___ Diagnostics
Complete thread -- does whitening make sense in context? It sounds like whitening, but I am wondering
Complete thread -- She went ahead and obtained an open MRI at ___ Diagnostics
Complete thread -- a cold
Complete thread -- pain medication, something like "pitsville" 25 mg?
Complete thread -- s/l "occult" or "reccurant" (I do not think it is recurrent, though)
Complete thread -- wav not there. conjunctivae, sclerae (if the patient has 2 eyes)
Complete thread -- Extraocular movements intact. Conjunctiva pink. Sclera anicteric. _____
Complete thread -- Yes thank you!
Complete thread -- I think "associated sensitive to (or sensitivity to) light"
Complete thread -- The patient indicates also developed a headache initially starting in the back of sm
Complete thread -- Thank you. I did leave as dictated since clear but placed a flag to review.
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- This NP seems to give potassium bicarbonate 20 mg in almost all his patient's med
Complete thread -- I bet the doc is thinking "pack-years"
Complete thread -- I hear quinapril also (but the audio is dicey)
Complete thread -- see link to trademark drawing.
Complete thread -- FDA- migraine - Zecuity (sumatriptan) Transdermal Patch(was Zelrix)
Complete thread -- Indocid is a Canadian drug.
Complete thread -- No, Indocid is not a drug, the name is Indocin.
Complete thread -- that makes sense but states clearly "for" 51 years. Will flag - thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- If she is 76 and quit 25 years ago, she would have been age 51 when she quit. Maybe he is
Complete thread -- I'd probably flag it.
Complete thread -- I was hearing quinapril and looking for confirmation. What do you think?
Complete thread -- Benadryl?
Complete thread -- Actos, Tenoretic, Caduet, Imdur, aspirin, nitro p.r.n., Tricor, Nexium, Novolin,
Complete thread -- pt is 76 - doctors says "The patient has smoked 1½ pack-a-day for 51 years,
Complete thread -- See inside for full context:
Complete thread -- I'm sure she thinks Indocin is the OP's s/l.
Complete thread -- I'm not that good. Breast and under = inframammary.
Complete thread -- You think what is Indocin?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I think it is Indocin (indomethacin).
Complete thread -- I found Brielle Orthopedics (not orthopAEdics) in NJ.
Complete thread -- s/l re-el orthopaedics in NJ or NY
Complete thread -- ?Indocid
Complete thread -- Thank you!!!
Complete thread -- What kind of injury or diagnosis? any mention of name of surgery?
Complete thread -- "said" and "cet" would be hard to distinguish, though.
Complete thread -- I thought about Endocet, but the ending doesn't sound like "cet."
Complete thread -- Not saying NSAIDs. There's a "duh" in the middle. :)
Complete thread -- Allergy to s/l in-duh-said, gets nightmares.
Complete thread -- Why thanks, Darlene!
Complete thread -- I think it's maxillectomy with an orbital exenteration
Complete thread -- followup of her left total ____(maxillectomy?)with an ____and rectus abdominis free f
Complete thread -- Wow, your really good. Exactly
Complete thread -- THANK YOU EVERYONE FOR YOUR IMPUT AND FOR TRYING
Complete thread -- Thank you so much and yes, I listened again, I changed it to flap
Complete thread -- could 'party' be (some kind of) 'artery'?
Complete thread -- nodularity?
Complete thread -- don't hear wav - could it be inframammary??
Complete thread -- PATs
Complete thread -- it should be flap
Complete thread -- that wouldn't make sense
Complete thread -- fluid, as in smooth and continuous: fluid movement
Complete thread -- we will proceed into the mid foot at the s/l "notaparty" and then into the IP joint.
Complete thread -- now that was "mighty good oasis", doing good "smile"
Complete thread -- Link to site attached...
Complete thread -- Vitamin supplements from USANA...Procosa and BiOmega
Complete thread -- maybe referring to blood flow (fluid) of carotids to brain
Complete thread -- drug list: s/l pro-kOsa once a day, s/l biomegra once a day
Complete thread -- Oh yes!
Complete thread -- Oh yes!
Complete thread -- Lovoulos?
Complete thread -- I'd say fluid unless he's "talking out the side of his neck" as the saying goes.
Complete thread -- on PE under the neck, doc dictates "good fluid movement or good fluent movement" is
Complete thread -- not really your s/l, but maybe PFTs??? WAG
Complete thread -- no, she meant SLAP in your first sentence, instead of 'slap'
Complete thread -- no, it sounds like a medical clearance, doctor spells P-A-Ts pee-ah-tees
Complete thread -- don't know that, but you mean SLAP, I think.
Complete thread -- P-A-Ts and clearance. I cant find PATs. Does anyone know what it stands for?
Complete thread -- PS, I hear inflamary, I am wondering if I could stretch that to inflammatory?
Complete thread -- She has ____rashes and moisture under her breasts.
Complete thread -- looking for Dr. Lovulos or "detrolovulos" Cardiothoracic surgery NJMS UMDNJ
Complete thread -- (something about) atrial fibrillation due to fever...
Complete thread -- this is a _____-year-old male...
Complete thread -- This is a ______ read well, with a history of vomiting, loose stools, ...
Complete thread -- why
Complete thread -- ddddddddd ...
Complete thread -- almost sounds like Pen-VK ?? but not quite. sorry!
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- just added
Complete thread -- wav not there yet
Complete thread -- (because of the long "uhhhhhhhhh" in there)
Complete thread -- I think he stumbled and just means "transfusions before" ??
Complete thread -- The patient takes hydroxyurea, __________, folic acid, Xopenex as
Complete thread -- He has a history of some blood transfusions __________ before.
Complete thread -- It's the rehab hospital. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- Thank you both.
Complete thread -- Hospital in Florida, s/l the VEEhipe Hospital
Complete thread -- ATR is 24 degrees (angle of the trunk rotation)
Complete thread -- right-sided apex/right-sided lumbar scoliosis. (??? is 24 degrees) not "a 24"
Complete thread -- When she bends forward with Adams bend she has a significant _____ lumbar scoli
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- and cruising
Complete thread -- Pediatrics note, 11-month-old infant....
Complete thread -- thanks MT50! I put matted but then thought... (I should stop thinking sometimes)
Complete thread -- matted (just google infant with matted eyes)
Complete thread -- matted - mattered?
Complete thread -- inverted __________ technique
Complete thread -- ratchety (ratchet-like)
Complete thread -- tremor artifact somewhat s/l rachety in appearance and irregular
Complete thread -- Thanks! ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- He also has s/l motor inoxal?? symmetric peripheral neuropathy that af ...
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- curb-step...able to step on and off a curb.
Complete thread -- Patient unable to do curb step or stairs. Is curb step one thing or two? TIA
Complete thread -- That's it . tnx
Complete thread -- Koutsogiannis?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- S/L "cruise jamis" calcaneal osteotomy
Complete thread -- The deep tissue was approximated using 3-0 Dexon suture ____ technique ...
Complete thread -- colon?
Complete thread -- link, can read see if this is what is needed
Complete thread -- an M3 inhibitor that sounds like "Mimetric"
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- There was ________ inflammation
Complete thread -- or proximal?
Complete thread -- pneumatic tourniquet is all I can think of, or ankle tourniquet?
Complete thread -- commented, gallbladder region. I think he's actually saying the sonographist commented
Complete thread -- s/l pocket tourniquet
Complete thread -- sonography ______ that the maximal tenderness was over the ______ region
Complete thread -- Probably is DC, as in discharge, meaning what's going to happen when the patient leaves
Complete thread -- s/l d c planning
Complete thread -- Lantus, Lasix 40 mg p.o. b.i.d., carbidopa, levodopa, _____, could not ...
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- ? post voids
Complete thread -- Pt w/muscular dystrophy, in rehab. Re: bowel and bladder, s/l p-varez (sm)
Complete thread -- That's it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. kept fixating on "something impairing"
Complete thread -- calor?
Complete thread -- erythema, s/l ku-lor, edema TIA!
Complete thread -- purulent-appearing,
Complete thread -- MP3. Bronchoscopy with tracheal dilation
Complete thread -- s/l status post port cellulitis?
Complete thread -- I hear "no edema on the chest port site with...
Complete thread -- or erythema?
Complete thread -- status post?
Complete thread -- Nope, not mentioned in details of operation. I flagged. Thanks for trying!
Complete thread -- flaggin... really have no clue
Complete thread -- scar with no evidence of cellulitis or __________.
Complete thread -- recent port placement, ________ cellulitis, and anemia.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- , in view of renal failure, will be adjusted
Complete thread -- makes sense. just in to check his medications.
Complete thread -- medication followup?
Complete thread -- mp3
Complete thread -- Vantin 100 mg p.o. b.i.d. ______ renal failure, will be adjusted
Complete thread -- It would be ET nursing (Enterostomal Therapy, ostomy care, etc.) nm
Complete thread -- The patient's wound would be closely managed as well by *AT* nursing & VAC changes.
Complete thread -- I wondered that too, think I'll blank it to be safe. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Wondering if it is vitamin B complex daily?
Complete thread -- OMG! thank you. Imagine if I flagged that! red faced here
Complete thread -- list of meds
Complete thread -- humoral immune system
Complete thread -- stumped, s/l "humeral immune system" sm plse
Complete thread -- P.S. There is an ELISA kit for squamous cell carcinoma antigen. I'd always associated it
Complete thread -- I think this must have been ELISA because he later mentioned Western blot, which is
Complete thread -- yeah it does, this was seated (comma)
Complete thread -- ? ichthyo (as in ichthyosis?)
Complete thread -- ? mastectomy, by any chance?
Complete thread -- "seated" guessing shoulder surg? Found: anchor is fully seated,sm
Complete thread -- realignment of the repair site. This was fully seated. Sutures were removed...
Complete thread -- Well, he could mean that but not saying anything even close to it, so he'll get a blank
Complete thread -- addendum for next time clue was= google.com + Pap findings
Complete thread -- yep, betcha that is IT LSIL
Complete thread -- I don't know. It sounds so clear, LISA, but he also said what sounded like generative a
Complete thread -- that's a test, though. ?
Complete thread -- biorhythms?
Complete thread -- enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA)
Complete thread -- maybe LSIL? low-grade squamous intraepithelial lesion
Complete thread -- I have flagged as I need to send in now.
Complete thread -- recently has been diagnosed with LISA (saying the letters)
Complete thread -- Tried but can't hear that. Hearing *derms* at end (and b sound to start). Thanks, anyway!
Complete thread -- priorities?
Complete thread -- Psych note. Pt states: I've started to get my *body derms* in order.
Complete thread -- AC joint?
Complete thread -- Could "this was" be "at this point" ?
Complete thread -- the "this was" doesn't make much sense.
Complete thread -- fully seated, ?
Complete thread -- oops sorry
Complete thread -- yeah
Complete thread -- Sorry, the ligament would not have spurring.
Complete thread -- ACL=acromioclavicular ligament?
Complete thread -- This was *four seeded* sutures were removed and sutures were cut
Complete thread -- s/l ACL but not correct
Complete thread -- thanks, (long ee) I'm going to have to flag - will let you know
Complete thread -- ectocanthus?
Complete thread -- I agree, but clear as a bell and dr. is not known for syntax, any thoughts on eektho?
Complete thread -- I think its defecation dyssynergy
Complete thread -- something seems wrong w/ prior 4 words, "barely in the iris"
Complete thread -- nevermind, I see it was an MP3 instead. I don't believe there is a blank
Complete thread -- its confusing because your post does not match the wav
Complete thread -- check spelling, but I believe dysynergy
Complete thread -- not much ophthalmology experience - stumped pls sm
Complete thread -- s/l dysenergy?? This is an anorectal manometry.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks just wanted to confirm
Complete thread -- yes as you have it
Complete thread -- blood
Complete thread -- comma or not?
Complete thread -- Patient ________. Patient has chronic hematuria
Complete thread -- emergency room for positive ______. Patient has been having
Complete thread -- k thanks
Complete thread -- No. Flag that, it isn't mg, its %.
Complete thread -- ahh... probably scant
Complete thread -- would you type as dictated... Lidex 0.05 *mg*
Complete thread -- scant guaiac positive for C difficile colitis? or stool exam guaiac...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Her stool *was scanned* guaiac positive
Complete thread -- She is staying it over to herself again (hypertension, diabetes, dementia)
Complete thread -- history of hypertension, diabetes, ______ dementia, chronic constipation, depression
Complete thread -- ? reuniens (as in canalis reuniens)
Complete thread -- actually I hear "to his itchy areas followed by Sorbolene cream"
Complete thread -- thermoCoagulation
Complete thread -- thermCoagulation
Complete thread -- Thank you fg j j g j!!!
Complete thread -- 1) introduction 2) enter
Complete thread -- I think it is Bactroban cream stopped. He is not using any...
Complete thread -- s/l she says 4. Bactroban cream
Complete thread -- gaze ?
Complete thread -- Antroquoril cream daily to his itchy areas for a ______ cream.
Complete thread -- Yes that is it, thanks so much
Complete thread -- ?pubes (anterior part of innominate bone)
Complete thread -- gallstone
Complete thread -- Word help - s/l "costal" pancreatitis?
Complete thread -- and Versed is capitalized
Complete thread -- probably Darvon if he's ESL
Complete thread -- Allergic to s/l darwon (sm)
Complete thread -- Thanks to all helpers! Finally can hear *identification* and *identify.* (He doesn't
Complete thread -- On MS exam....abducted s/l pewbs - not pew-bis TIA!
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- My account says leave lowercase. I know, I don't like it either. : )
Complete thread -- could it be "introduction"
Complete thread -- Minor note, Urology should be capped.
Complete thread -- Thanks! I'll go back for another listen for your suggestions. : )
Complete thread -- That's it. Thanks a million!
Complete thread -- WAG...which made entrance into the right ureter...unable to enter the ureter?
Complete thread -- Thank you - I ended up flagging it
Complete thread -- thanks -- I thought of that but sounded odd. Will consider further. Anyone have idea for
Complete thread -- Thank you! He actually said cystectomy clearly and then said...
Complete thread -- dense scarring along right ureter made the *infra-tru-shin* very hard...
Complete thread -- adeno abscesses as in adenocarcinoma?
Complete thread -- Laparotomy - mass cystectomy?
Complete thread -- A couple more s/l from op note for pt with colon cancer. Please
Complete thread -- Procedure: *Lah-prah-toe-mee* with cystectomy, *masses-tectomy,* prostatectomy...
Complete thread -- Yeah, me too, a couple of hits for cold opaque, but nothing solid, flagging.
Complete thread -- multifidus
Complete thread -- Sorry kitty, could only think of Omnipaque
Complete thread -- Appropriate but don't hear a lot except in dentistry/oral & maxillofacial, etc.
Complete thread -- nothing - going to flag
Complete thread -- s/l Colopaque ? (intraop cholangiogram)
Complete thread -- meticulous
Complete thread -- Googled clark leg holder and came up with:
Complete thread -- Clark Holder placed?
Complete thread -- Thanks, MT50
Complete thread -- Sounds almost like a "docism" where they make up a word "motivatous" having
Complete thread -- WAV file posted now. Thanks
Complete thread -- Facet radiofrequency thermogoagulation. Please see msg
Complete thread -- maybe hazy? Ill post a followup.
Complete thread -- hhmmm - i flagged it, thanks
Complete thread -- guess ~ lazy eye?
Complete thread -- s/l aze-why
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- The old one is still there...
Complete thread -- ibd, original diagnosis ulcerative colitis, ...
Complete thread -- There is a wav already posted!! Please be considerate.
Complete thread -- ? caffeine
Complete thread -- Current Medications: _____ albuterol, and simvastatin, _____, vancomy ...
Complete thread -- listen for: decrement
Complete thread -- Briefly the patient is a very pleasant 52-year-old female with a long-standing sm
Complete thread -- it's BUT FOR
Complete thread -- yep. radiculopathy.
Complete thread -- no hyphen needed (2 cm of...)
Complete thread -- why not?
Complete thread -- I heard: "...with agonal breathing, hypoxic, hypotensive..."
Complete thread -- context please
Complete thread -- Thank you billybob!!!
Complete thread -- see quote maybe
Complete thread -- melatonin slow-release 2 mg 1 to 2 nocte and a short course of (s/l zo-pli-kyne) 10 m
Complete thread -- I 'think' it's trademarked.
Complete thread -- Anyone?
Complete thread -- good one!!!!! fgjjgj (lb)
Complete thread -- hmm, I have no luck either finding, dictator might be mixed up? sm
Complete thread -- does anybody know what MCR stands for in the context of QA/QC review?
Complete thread -- what was it? did you change the adjectives to nouns? Just curious
Complete thread -- I think ok as is, but, I might take out comma after dome sm
Complete thread -- got it. thanks. ...
Complete thread -- wellll whacha know, there IS "Soft palate, buccal & labial mucosa" sm
Complete thread -- Upon arrival to the ER the patient was unresponsive with _____ hypoxic ...
Complete thread -- ooh ok thank u!!!
Complete thread -- No, I think he means "I would not" because he would want to do the
Complete thread -- Is BioComposite screws capped, as seen, or lowercase?
Complete thread -- Thanks ...
Complete thread -- Antara, A should be capitalized
Complete thread -- antara?
Complete thread -- At home, the patient is on clonazepam, omeprazole, Celebrex, levothyro ...
Complete thread -- and the definition of labia is.......
Complete thread -- Where do the commas go?
Complete thread -- sm pls
Complete thread -- guess so.
Complete thread -- nm
Complete thread -- Is it okay to use "labia" for lips (on face, lol)
Complete thread -- how about periphery, just a badly mangled pronunciation of it.
Complete thread -- nevermind....
Complete thread -- perimetry?
Complete thread -- Ah, thank you soo much. ...
Complete thread -- perimeter?
Complete thread -- 2-cm of epithelialization at the **parametry** of the wound
Complete thread -- nullip? nulliparous?
Complete thread -- NAME is an unfortunate 43-year-old right-handed s/l nody por??? obese ...
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! See it now in my book. : )
Complete thread -- agger nasi cells.
Complete thread -- s/l *ah-gra-nozzi* cells in sinus surgery. Please sm for full context.
Complete thread -- tx :)
Complete thread -- She was lost to followup since she reported *that* she...
Complete thread -- please help with WAV
Complete thread -- ENT Intratympanic transtympanic therapy
Complete thread -- yes lumbar radiculopathy.
Complete thread -- Thanks to both of you. I was thinking that is what it meant.
Complete thread -- Maybe lumbar radiculopathy, that's all I can think of.
Complete thread -- lumbar radiculopathy?
Complete thread -- thank you, fgjjg
Complete thread -- dictated lumbar rectal pathy... what was really meant here?
Complete thread -- roll forward to 90 degrees is what I hear.
Complete thread -- He can __forward to 90 degrees with strain in the back
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- s/l either 'Duraderm' or 'Duoderm' skin glue. Can only find both of these as dressing
Complete thread -- Thank you. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- phase down the lateral aspect ??
Complete thread -- yes, for the hypogonadism.
Complete thread -- I think load, since sometimes you hear "offloading"
Complete thread -- Possible hypogonadism in a 23-year-old gentleman.
Complete thread -- yeah, i think these might be flagged
Complete thread -- Sensory exam is showing almost a hyperalgesic ___ in the lateral aspect of the calf a
Complete thread -- Which would make sence, lowering or loading the patella? Please see msg
Complete thread -- and now listening to the mp3 i hear something different.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- endometrial curettings are obtained _____ and sent as a separate specimen
Complete thread -- collected (another word) and sent as specimen. can't get that word after
Complete thread -- The ECC is then _____ sent as a specimen
Complete thread -- Got it finally: Mechanical-type symptoms.
Complete thread -- NM, I'll flag and let someone else decide!
Complete thread -- Please see message. Knee surgery
Complete thread -- So far I hear: ....stitches were taken out period. I explained to the patient...
Complete thread -- Note post total hip arthroplasty...
Complete thread -- awesome, thank you!
Complete thread -- Patient was warmed.
Complete thread -- ...and family would leave it at that (??)
Complete thread -- Doc clearly states *hemoglobin* where RBC would fit...do you think it's understood?
Complete thread -- family something
Complete thread -- with collecting his faeces for a faecal calprotectin and ????????? leave it at that
Complete thread -- Left sural sensory distal latency was 4.5 m/s. amplitude was 20 microvolts. __was 1
Complete thread -- Health (class) and then will move on to ?? PE without question
Complete thread -- at which point "he" will switch to ... but the rest is kinda muffled and I can't make
Complete thread -- No, but thx anyways ...
Complete thread -- this is what I hear. is it correct?
Complete thread -- sequelae?
Complete thread -- sorta like saying "save for" "except for" - I'd put it.
Complete thread -- I'm not Australian, but "bar" does have meaning of "except for" so probably OK.
Complete thread -- An inferior vena cava filter was inserted back on December 6, 2012. A ...
Complete thread -- On examination today, his ears, nose, and oral cavity look unremarkable s/l bar for
Complete thread -- no wav there yet
Complete thread -- Sensory exam is showing almost a hyperalgesic ___ in the lateral aspect of the calf a
Complete thread -- Probably means 'out of bed status' as opposed to confined to the bed.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- "out of bed" is a status or a nursing order (kinda like "pt was made n.p.o.")
Complete thread -- the patient was made out of bed?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- either. Judicious hydration as well.
Complete thread -- dehydration fits....
Complete thread -- However, no significant electrolyte abnormality either _____ as well.
Complete thread -- disrupt? disruption?
Complete thread -- s/l descript of orbital volume TIA!
Complete thread -- THanks
Complete thread -- Agree with poster below: laid. If you want more info...Please
Complete thread -- s/l dyshydration
Complete thread -- I had that first figuring the object and then had 2nd thoughts. Thanks
Complete thread -- you rock nm! Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- yeast buds - budding yeast (antifungals)
Complete thread -- laid (they placed her flat)
Complete thread -- the whole sentence
Complete thread -- lay her flat or laid her?
Complete thread -- pus
Complete thread -- Probably not a med - hardly anything comes in glass bottles anymore.
Complete thread -- It's worded kind of awkwardly, but I guess it makes sense.
Complete thread -- antifungals as well since the patient has some *buds* in the urine
Complete thread -- scooped out?
Complete thread -- See inside for context please. (s/l of cartilage and)
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- ECG demonstrated a (s/lscript out) ST lateral segment
Complete thread -- Or maybe it's spelled chilies if it's chile peppers. Not sure.
Complete thread -- sounds like chilis to me.
Complete thread -- The issue is that of bolus dysphagia that is intermittent and occurs when she has ???
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- No. Thanks for the suggestion.
Complete thread -- in tapering doses.
Complete thread -- ok thanks... he must have fogotten who he dictated on cause not the patient name
Complete thread -- The patient will be continued on her medication nebulizer treatment and p.o. predniso
Complete thread -- Enalapril 5 mg by mouth daily S/L *Enduraprin* 500 mg by mouth dai ...
Complete thread -- bolus dysphagia that is intermittent and occurs when she has ??????
Complete thread -- Does the pt have a history of heart problems, I was thinking maye a bottle
Complete thread -- Patient is a field biologist, but again have no idea where accident occurred.
Complete thread -- glass bottles of s/l in-dur-ell - not necessarily a med in this case TIA!
Complete thread -- rectal examination done at the time done by _____ demonstrated
Complete thread -- yup I hear a pt name too, Mrs ????
Complete thread -- actually, I see that there is a Penicillin VK brand name too, so type as dictated
Complete thread -- Pen-Vee K is a brand name; penicillin VK (penicillin V potassium) is generic
Complete thread -- sounds like he says "Mrs. Something"
Complete thread -- ha yep
Complete thread -- not patient name
Complete thread -- but he slowed down to talk to his colleague - what an a$$
Complete thread -- sonogram which showed no gallstones. ______ has been recently diagnosed with UTI
Complete thread -- you must be joking. he's going a million miles an hour.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- is this worded correctly... approximated with #0 Vicryl *suture passer* x2.
Complete thread -- is there difference between Pen-Vee K and Penicillin VK?
Complete thread -- He was given IV antibiotics _________. The Foley catheter was inserted.
Complete thread -- subjective
Complete thread -- Two different muscles gastroc (gastrocnemius) and soleus
Complete thread -- gastroc soleus or gastrocsoleus
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- might even listen for nodal reentrant SVT
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- node reentry SVT
Complete thread -- no it sounds just like decimally but thanks
Complete thread -- s/l low reentry SVT TIA!
Complete thread -- I hear protective sensation
Complete thread -- distally??
Complete thread -- I think I hear "IV" at end, but then he trails off. (Often hear IV drug use.)
Complete thread -- SOCIAL HISTORY: The patient denies any tobacco, ETOH, or _____.
Complete thread -- Not sure this makes sense
Complete thread -- neurologically appears to have _____ sensation.
Complete thread -- Ooohhh that might be it, thoug I think I am hearing normal? Thanks for your suggestion!
Complete thread -- maybe it is within upper normal limits?
Complete thread -- Yeah, I believe I will put "for" in there and then it makes sense. Ty.
Complete thread -- calibration of the urethra was found to be 22 French within *outer/normal* limits
Complete thread -- (oops, "is" different)
Complete thread -- are different from what she was seen for in the clinic in the fall ??
Complete thread -- s/l seeing versus seen (Please see inside for full context, please.)
Complete thread -- thanks ABAFIC for coming back with feedback, was wondering
Complete thread -- FDA Kynamro(mipomersen sodium)injection rare type high cholesterol called homozyg
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Thanks Oscar.
Complete thread -- sounds okay to me :o)
Complete thread -- and left the operating room in *apparent* good condition and was taken to recovery ro
Complete thread -- OMG, thank you...... again.
Complete thread -- I will continue Urex
Complete thread -- Phaneuf (good morning!)
Complete thread -- s/l Sannas or Vannas clamp? (hyst)
Complete thread -- appropriate, I will continue __________ and antibiotics. I will check stool for
Complete thread -- Thank you, both.
Complete thread -- I wouldn't cap, the registration mark appears only after the Carnitor.
Complete thread -- I would keep the caps as it is the way the actual drug name is listed
Complete thread -- Carnitor Sugar-Free or sugar-free? sm
Complete thread -- tx, I couldnt find it. How did you find it?
Complete thread -- Gaenslen (i checked archives for test and your previous post was there)
Complete thread -- no, it was something like Gjhallejns's test, but dunno...???
Complete thread -- Phalan's maybe
Complete thread -- I know I asked this last week, but someone told me how to spell Gallen's test in orth
Complete thread -- I listened for that. Clearly said static diplegia, unless he made a mistake
Complete thread -- spastic diplegia maybe?
Complete thread -- static diplegia. I cant find it on google together. Can I write it? Doesit make
Complete thread -- supine.
Complete thread -- the patinet was placed on the table in ___ fashion.
Complete thread -- Thanks!! With the way he words things thoroughly could well be the last word.
Complete thread -- 4.0 ET tube. Not sure about last word. Almost s/l "thoroughly." Not sure if it makes sense
Complete thread -- so, that would go along with what you said. thanks for the info
Complete thread -- just got feedback from QA...it was "in and out"
Complete thread -- On bronchoscopy the subglottis showed mild tightening which was sized with a 4-0 ____
Complete thread -- For anyone who has been here more than 3 days, they know that is NOT all
Complete thread -- No, it's military time. 1025 hours is correct
Complete thread -- link included above
Complete thread -- EKG done at 1025 hours. should I do it as 10:25 hours?
Complete thread -- I put what I had and what I knew.
Complete thread -- new diabetes drugs: Nesina, Oseni, Kazano
Complete thread -- Would probably help if you'd give the entire surrounding text with your s/l in it.
Complete thread -- still doesnt tell me what i need to know, but thanks.
Complete thread -- manufacturer website link
Complete thread -- is anybody familiar with the Omega and (s/l Mollusk) side of a C-QUR mesh?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I'm hearing sotalol 60 mg po q 12
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- she is going to continue _____ 60 mg p.o. q. 12 hours, hold atenolol
Complete thread -- google: pneumocystis carinii silver stain
Complete thread -- PCP silver stain
Complete thread -- OPERATIONS: Bronchoscopy.
Complete thread -- what was the procedure?
Complete thread -- PCP s/l silver strain
Complete thread -- thank you very much :)
Complete thread -- Yes. The 52 is systolic and 13 is end-diastolic.
Complete thread -- so she is saying "52/end-diastolic pressure of 13 mmHg"?
Complete thread -- Yes; end-diastolic (see link)
Complete thread -- Right atrial mean pressure 20/15 with a mean of 18 mmHg. Right ventricular pressure
Complete thread -- probably saying "end-diastolic pressure"
Complete thread -- NP is giving right heart cath findings. she say right ventricular pressure 52 over
Complete thread -- I don't hear "instruct" sound, but
Complete thread -- could it be 'instruction'?, although I think 'induction' makes more sense.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- now at a corrected age of 36 weeks 5 days.
Complete thread -- Newborn consult...
Complete thread -- s/l induction; but that does not sound right. (see message)
Complete thread -- He's saying Florinef 0.1. Must have misspoke the PEG part. Thanks.
Complete thread -- nevermind, through a PEG makes no sense.
Complete thread -- ProAir neb?
Complete thread -- Multaq 400 mg p.o. twice daily, s/l pro-you-neb 0.1 mg per PEG once a day.
Complete thread -- too late, but wonder if said "intermittent cath" after the procedure -sm
Complete thread -- I see. thanks.
Complete thread -- you put "..." around TURP bottom that is why got response
Complete thread -- I've got to send it in...but thanks for the help.
Complete thread -- He is seeing the cardiologist to get cleared for his button TURP
Complete thread -- Ty!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I wasn't questioning button turp, the doc told me to put the " there
Complete thread -- not sure what MML cath is or even connection to CABG
Complete thread -- link from google.com on button TURP
Complete thread -- could you copy/paste more text w/be able to figure it out
Complete thread -- Lori M Bigi SM
Complete thread -- or 8-6/7 weeks'
Complete thread -- have you googled button turp...
Complete thread -- yep K-Lor (brands many) Klor con sm
Complete thread -- s/l MML cath...sm
Complete thread -- PCP in Pennsylvania. Dr. Lori s/l Boo-Gee.
Complete thread -- ok thanks
Complete thread -- you are correct, it rosé like the wine
Complete thread -- Yes, 18 and 6/7 weeks, (18 weeks 6 days) they commonly say it this way
Complete thread -- never heard of that word. It works.
Complete thread -- ? onerous
Complete thread -- She is currently 18 and "six seven weeks gestation" Is doc correcting?
Complete thread -- s/l un ris
Complete thread -- stupid question... how do you spell *rose a* - long a
Complete thread -- sounds slightly close to pentoxifylline (sp?) aka Trental
Complete thread -- Ok.
Complete thread -- me too. many brand names for KCl
Complete thread -- Really? I know there used to be a potassium supplement with the brand name K-Lor.
Complete thread -- K-Lor ? . . . Pred Forte
Complete thread -- K-lor is short for Klor-Con
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: Lovaza, Lasix, ____,motrin,____
Complete thread -- Thank you so much! I wasn't hearing the th but when I listen again I can. :)
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- pronounced like "show-gruns"
Complete thread -- yes. leave it.
Complete thread -- thimerosal comes to mind
Complete thread -- ESL doc calls stool #2. Should I leave it?
Complete thread -- Patient is allergic to s/l femarizole? Any ideas? TX!
Complete thread -- Okay, thanks
Complete thread -- I'd leave as dictated. At least he didn't say JVD elevated, because that, to me, is
Complete thread -- ok, though I heard all that but wasn't sure.... sorry
Complete thread -- flalgging
Complete thread -- What would you do? ESL doc routinely dictates "jugular venous pressure slightly
Complete thread -- inter/intra
Complete thread -- ajumin 1500 po bid
Complete thread -- consider "Sjogren's"
Complete thread -- possible pneumonia as well as atypical...
Complete thread -- i suppose i will flag. tyvm
Complete thread -- for nursing home _____ pneumonia as well as _____. We will follow up with you.
Complete thread -- what's the complaint/diagnosis
Complete thread -- ooooh! Thank you! Live and learn....
Complete thread -- maybe, but I do hear an "r" as in patterining or parroting. Thank you for trying
Complete thread -- pounding and pain?
Complete thread -- PIP carrier (personal injury protection)
Complete thread -- should be something like patterning or parroting... He keeps on saying and cant figure it
Complete thread -- ? methylfolate
Complete thread -- sounds like he's spelling from a patient-written list? methoxisal?? no clue.
Complete thread -- sulfamethoxazole? not likely.
Complete thread -- sorry. ignore my wag. Should be peroneal (as in tendon)
Complete thread -- ? perineal, perineum
Complete thread -- any idea what this may be. doctor spells it out! matoxifylli
Complete thread -- I am the same person. doctor says it again and again and i would like to know what it is.
Complete thread -- no it is quite clear, but thanks, sounds like "pit carrier"
Complete thread -- Extension with rotation to the left reproduces ___and pain.
Complete thread -- any chance "pits" is just "insurance" really mumbled??
Complete thread -- This was asked a week ago. Are you the same person or is it a test?
Complete thread -- more context later on in the dictation that might help
Complete thread -- mandate from her "pits carrier"??? Is that an insurance or something?
Complete thread -- I think it's probably "in" dense fibroconnective tissue
Complete thread -- LOL, thanks MG! ;)
Complete thread -- Her current medications include: 1. Acetaminophen. 2. Burinex ...
Complete thread -- ____ deformity of thumb basal joints.
Complete thread -- I think you're right! He said it again in assessment, very quickly, but
Complete thread -- encased in ?
Complete thread -- mold (mould if you're British) ?
Complete thread -- Pathology from mass was a ganglion s/l indensed fibroconnective tissue consistent
Complete thread -- environmental
Complete thread -- Not my specialty but always been curious of difference and in what case would
Complete thread -- She has multiple s/l diamintal allergies, includng wheat, eggs, milk, ...
Complete thread -- ODI - oxygen desaturation index
Complete thread -- Severe sleep apnea with *uh, ah-dee-ah* of around 87...
Complete thread -- I believe you want intERlaminar here
Complete thread -- Her SFR was negative and she went on to have ________ therapy
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- ? fiber
Complete thread -- Glad you got it figured out! :)
Complete thread -- dynamization
Complete thread -- proceed with s/l "diminimization" of his rod by removing the one screw.
Complete thread -- FDA Oxytrol (oxybutynin) patches reduces muscle spasms in the urinary tract
Complete thread -- Thanks all!! nm
Complete thread -- Got it - "had shadow" - thanks to all who listened.
Complete thread -- Prior *thyroid* medications may be resumed.
Complete thread -- We _____ left lateral recess of L5-S1 intralaminar space.
Complete thread -- Oh my gosh! It is. Glad I pended that report! Thanks.
Complete thread -- thank you so much
Complete thread -- etodolac
Complete thread -- Advil or avilac?
Complete thread -- wav file. These are psych reports and I really get no history. She has lost weight.
Complete thread -- radioactive eye plaque (eye brachytherapy)
Complete thread -- Treatment with radioactive I-plaque or eye plaque or ??
Complete thread -- thrombosed mesenteric artery
Complete thread -- s/l thrombosed mesentary guardial
Complete thread -- yep :(
Complete thread -- do you work for MQ?
Complete thread -- advanced, and...?
Complete thread -- Just guessing... Fetal Heart Rate Abnormalities and SBP????
Complete thread -- OB-Status post primary LTCS on December 17, 2012 for "FHRA, SPP," and chorio
Complete thread -- Morning!
Complete thread -- OMG, seriously? Thank you. More coffee, please. :-)
Complete thread -- I hear "but with reduction of loops (and then maybe a small word right here) the scope...
Complete thread -- an osteotome?
Complete thread -- was slightly difficult_____ the scope was passed up to the cecum
Complete thread -- s/l steam-o-tome ? (total hip revision)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- yes, thought it was kind of worded funny so wasn't sure
Complete thread -- random biopsy of the cecum
Complete thread -- I hear "Olympus scope was slightly..."
Complete thread -- essentially looked normal, but _____ of the right side of the colon.
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- After sedation, scope was passed _____ scope was slightly difficult, but _____ passed
Complete thread -- No vaginal bleeding _______ fetal movement.
Complete thread -- live-in wife/mother
Complete thread -- mid-level as in provider, NP or PA-C or similar.
Complete thread -- tx!
Complete thread -- I would leave it if that is how it was dictated
Complete thread -- is this from an injury or arthritis or what? some context to go with it
Complete thread -- so is it okay, the way I put it?
Complete thread -- examination of the left thumb reveals ____ deformity of the thumb basal joint
Complete thread -- I don't think so.
Complete thread -- the patient is to follow with s/l mid level* for repeat smear Pap.
Complete thread -- my guess is she is wife or just mother of children and doc's not sure
Complete thread -- can I ask a funny question
Complete thread -- does vessel growht make sense in context or am I hearing wrong?
Complete thread -- more context-thanks for trying
Complete thread -- I hear "near complete (?capture) bilaterally, but he is moving the left side" need more
Complete thread -- ...catch bilaterally, but he is moving the left side?
Complete thread -- in the office. He can -----bilaterally, but he is losing the left side
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- s/l kintotta
Complete thread -- Yes!
Complete thread -- some random results: 87, 2540, 6000, 2187, 1856, 63, 126, 53, 57, and 11,497.
Complete thread -- ok. Thanks. I left it as 3425 but flagged it.
Complete thread -- never mind. had to send report in.
Complete thread -- BNP 3425 could be if patient has CHF
Complete thread -- perhaps Savella
Complete thread -- looking for a medication that sounds like "Sibella or Cibella" 25
Complete thread -- yes, plaque would make sense.
Complete thread -- BNP was 34 25 (he said thirty four twenty five) sm
Complete thread -- guess not.
Complete thread -- Mainland, Miami?
Complete thread -- Florida. Florida list of cities does not show this city. pls help!
Complete thread -- She was Central Florida area for few years. thanks. central Florida?
Complete thread -- She has an elevated (s/l plaque) on the lower lip which
Complete thread -- B and V are very similar sounds
Complete thread -- Heart: Regular rhythm.
Complete thread -- I would make it one word: shoewear
Complete thread -- Maybe IMF (inframammary fold)?
Complete thread -- Re patient requiring breast capsulodesis. ... The s/l INF on the right hand side (sm
Complete thread -- Shoe wear is not hyphenated, right? RE: She is back wearing her regular shoe wear.
Complete thread -- kinda late but for next time NAFLD=Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease
Complete thread -- Yes, I saw that and sent the report on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- both lower case.
Complete thread -- filiform (one L)
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- CPK and total CPK are 2 different things.
Complete thread -- makes sense. just a small amount, not enough to matter.
Complete thread -- Filliform and followers - check if all lower or upper case
Complete thread -- s/l minimal leukocyte esterase
Complete thread -- yes that is what I decided
Complete thread -- CPK was 1124. Total CPK was 1097. Is he
Complete thread -- urology- "dilated with s/l F&Fs from 12 to 20 French"
Complete thread -- all i hear is history of treatment.
Complete thread -- History of __________ treatment. Psychotropic Meds: Alprazolam.
Complete thread -- no space after q. and number
Complete thread -- q.12 and check levels. follow with you, Dr....
Complete thread -- it's there
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- your wav is not there
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- couple of questions
Complete thread -- 151-3/4 (as employers prefer) or 151.75.
Complete thread -- however the patient had lungs clear to auscultation, bowel sounds present?
Complete thread -- not wav
Complete thread -- distress. Heart: _____ . Lungs: Clear to auscultation. _____ . Bowel sounds
Complete thread -- Have to move on, will flag. Thx.
Complete thread -- I would either type it
Complete thread -- s/l Nafal D
Complete thread -- how would you type 151 and 3/4 pounds?
Complete thread -- sounds like he is combining rotoscoliosis and -listhesis. Sorry
Complete thread -- Neurological consult....
Complete thread -- says on the web Assistant Professor of Neurological Surgery
Complete thread -- Did you find it yet? Chairman and Residency Program Director of the Department of
Complete thread -- Nada clue. Can you post a sound file?
Complete thread -- Oh, thanks! I'll check that out. : )
Complete thread -- I started typing that into google and it popped up as
Complete thread -- Reviewed labs. *Quanta-fair-on* was negative. Please sm for
Complete thread -- makes sense with EBUS
Complete thread -- Never mind, must be EBUS and he's not enunciating well. The further I get
Complete thread -- wanted to get *ee-vous* biopsy of the lymph nodes for further evaluation of her SOB
Complete thread -- Low INR was reversed with FFP x4 "in the feet by thousand" (sm)
Complete thread -- ahhhhh, I forgot that one; bet you got IT "NM"
Complete thread -- I think she is asking for Professor of "what" ?? but I could be wrong.
Complete thread -- not hearing beginning sound. S/l ...Troy UTI
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- seeded
Complete thread -- The pelvis was *seated* with multiple implants,
Complete thread -- this is a neurosurgeon Dr. Charles Prestigiacomo
Complete thread -- You need to give more info and more of a wav than that please
Complete thread -- adult/pediatric? brain/spine?
Complete thread -- consider TRF (thyrotropin releasing factor)
Complete thread -- New Jersey
Complete thread -- yes, men/women different size criteria for aortic abdom aneurysm surgery sm
Complete thread -- what state/city??
Complete thread -- Never mind, got it figured out, it was level, thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- No actually it sounds like "level'?
Complete thread -- Professor ____, Department of Neurological Surgery
Complete thread -- Thanks! You're probably right. I'll flag and let her fix. : )
Complete thread -- Would think it is CRP and the dictator is reading something handwritten that looks like
Complete thread -- is "le" what the word sounds like?
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- Word help - Carotid bulb region below the le*?
Complete thread -- Blood work to include sedimentation rate, *CRF,* and TSH. She says this twice...
Complete thread -- radioisotope counts (they use a detector kind of like a Geiger counter)
Complete thread -- increased radioisotopes s/l counts
Complete thread -- She thinks it has been about 3 years or so that the aneurysm was discovered
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- got it! T Whipplei, thank you all for listening :)
Complete thread -- sent for histology (can't get your other word)
Complete thread -- had duodenal biopsies sent for history and also __________.
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- agree!
Complete thread -- PERC = percutaneous nephrolithotomy
Complete thread -- Right! I was just able to ask a QA person and she verified. Thanks!
Complete thread -- seems to be alginic acid/aluminum hydroxide
Complete thread -- Guessing ~ "was provided"
Complete thread -- 3-0 and 4-0 Vicryl
Complete thread -- sutured into place. _____ 4-0 Vicryl sutures used for closure
Complete thread -- #2 maybe opacification not ossification of sinus, though can't get the blank.
Complete thread -- NP reading list of meds. We're told to type full and proper names, but I'm
Complete thread -- endotracheal intubation was _____, the abdomen was prepped and draped in standard
Complete thread -- check your "a" and plural "invaginations"
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- #1 Schmorl's ?
Complete thread -- I would period after level. C4-5 mild to moderate... and period before the last portion.
Complete thread -- thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- Sorry! The post is above.
Complete thread -- I hate when doctors do this.
Complete thread -- I hate when doctors do this.
Complete thread -- Wow... LENGTHY MRI report... 2 blanks. Thanks for help!
Complete thread -- bronchopleural
Complete thread -- brochopleural
Complete thread -- s/l marco polo fistula?
Complete thread -- Ty! Had to send in, and that's the one I went with. :)
Complete thread -- in the determination of his medical physician (meaning if the medical physician
Complete thread -- See inside, please. (s/l physician or s/l position)
Complete thread -- Allergies: Include codeine, sulfa and __________
Complete thread -- sorry, got it
Complete thread -- Although they are not _____ of appendicitis.
Complete thread -- ingredient?
Complete thread -- some type of awl
Complete thread -- docs always "clearly state" words, but they are not always right.
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- sounds like bands 1
Complete thread -- segments 29, bands ______, lymphocytes 55, monocytes 7
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- prep?
Complete thread -- please see msg.
Complete thread -- enterocele?
Complete thread -- please see msg.
Complete thread -- trocar?
Complete thread -- I would say it is "ranks" not legs
Complete thread -- Baylor, UTMB Galveston
Complete thread -- Baylor
Complete thread -- neurosurgical programs at ____ program ...
Complete thread -- does this make sense?
Complete thread -- colonic injury during s/l chokar placement?
Complete thread -- If so, Fukuda. (to keep from screwing up the limited archive results)
Complete thread -- doc clearly dictates endocele.. and there lies the problem.
Complete thread -- Thank you. I'm not going to waste my time listening to something 18 times again after this
Complete thread -- don't understand question but probably enterocele
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- s/l endocele repair / end OCL.. not sure
Complete thread -- large tumor deposits which I feel were probably associated with some _______ edema a
Complete thread -- It just popped in my head! A fukuda retractor.
Complete thread -- small bowel obstruction, thanks!
Complete thread -- Attention was then turned to the glenoid. A _____ retractor was placed posteriorly.
Complete thread -- All I found was Solder Aid reamer.
Complete thread -- carcinoma. He developed s/l snowball obstruction with pneumonia.
Complete thread -- "sodder" is spelled solder. see if that takes you anywhere
Complete thread -- A s/l sodder-all was started at the highest point on the humeral head just sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- that was the pull method
Complete thread -- Lempert?
Complete thread -- the figure-four position
Complete thread -- thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- I like that better (less editing).
Complete thread -- was assessed with the leg in __________ in proper position and showed no underlying
Complete thread -- pulse oxygenating?
Complete thread -- s/l lindberg knife
Complete thread -- He is now "pulse oxing" but only at 88%. I'm not supposed to use slang on this
Complete thread -- I know what you mean. It drives me crazy sometimes.
Complete thread -- Nice video. The report I'm doing is the pull method, though.
Complete thread -- Thanks, all. I confirmed it with QA, and they said flag it. (sm)
Complete thread -- whoever posted this video, thank you! very informative!!
Complete thread -- Sometimes we 'overthink" what the doc is saying. A lot of times, we have to just go with
Complete thread -- could be. os, meaning "opening"
Complete thread -- sorry, between the bad sound file and his voice, I can't get it.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- no.
Complete thread -- Allergies: Include codeine, sulfa and __________
Complete thread -- is "os" correct here?
Complete thread -- the flange is the opening of the feeding tube.
Complete thread -- Maybe not, the doc might say stomach meaning abdomen... ??
Complete thread -- sorry, didn't realize someone below already had this!!
Complete thread -- Hazem El-Khatib?
Complete thread -- If he's mistaken about the spelling or is maybe spelling
Complete thread -- So, it is a misspeak with "stomach," right?
Complete thread -- pulling it through the abdominal wall to the outside. that works.
Complete thread -- I have looked and looked and can't find anything close! Arrgh! Ty for your help.
Complete thread -- New for me, and if you say it works, I'ma try it!
Complete thread -- I looked under Al-K and Alk, and El-K and Elk...and found nada.
Complete thread -- Yes, I understand that, but he is pulling it through the abdomen wall, right? sm
Complete thread -- No, it goes into the stomach, thus feeding you.
Complete thread -- It sounds more like he's saying "Smooth More Tea," but it's typical of him to get things
Complete thread -- Vascular surgeon in Pennsylvania Dr. s/l El-kuh-teen. (He spells it Elkitine.)
Complete thread -- Maybe "Smooth Move tea" - From a 43-year-old female who says
Complete thread -- s/l smooth malty
Complete thread -- I'm trying to follow this PEG procedure. Please see message.
Complete thread -- Thanks, but what does "but 3 cm at the top of the flange" mean? Sorry!
Complete thread -- Means it is in the right position. 2 cm at the skin (in the abdomen)
Complete thread -- PEG tube placement. What does this mean? (see message)
Complete thread -- thanx ...
Complete thread -- Yep it should (duh me)
Complete thread -- should that be bleeding diatheses?
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- bleeding diaphysis
Complete thread -- ? acetylcholine
Complete thread -- The patient was seen in my office today for the evaluation of epistaxi ...
Complete thread -- should be FC (functional class)
Complete thread -- History of CHF, heart association s/l FDC III slash stage C.
Complete thread -- The patient had tooth extract. She felt hot and lightheaded after procedure SM
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Scary. Got called to do a stat so just finding this.
Complete thread -- google Store skull in abdomen
Complete thread -- Yes. they store it there (body temperature, etc) until they put it back.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- removal of the right side of his skull by craniotomy with "implantation in the abdome
Complete thread -- here is your documentation on SMP antibody, if needed sm & link
Complete thread -- He ______ presyncope.
Complete thread -- I will upload the WAV
Complete thread -- Can you listen in to tell me if you think he is correcting himself or saying another
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Please see if I am understanding this correctly. the *___* indicates an inconsistency
Complete thread -- prob means in all 4, (hands is likely=and, then goes on
Complete thread -- Pretty obvious he means digits, but handle it as your account specifies
Complete thread -- AV node blocking
Complete thread -- Examination: Discrimination of hand
Complete thread -- AV s/l nerve blocking
Complete thread -- I wouldn't.
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Should this be hyphenated? superficial temporal to middle cerebral artery bypass
Complete thread -- gapping. (X-rays were taken, which show (not shows)
Complete thread -- finding SMP
Complete thread -- tests for lupus
Complete thread -- Physical Examination: On examination the cast appears intact. She is _____ pain sm
Complete thread -- Thanks for the help. Finally just sent in because I could not in send in a guess on my
Complete thread -- good guess.
Complete thread -- phew! glad you saw this before sending it. ;)
Complete thread -- I'm guessing "and failing" then changes mind w/o saying so, corrects to "If she fails..."
Complete thread -- I couldn't agree more... yuck!
Complete thread -- ever heard of the expression "review and failing"? In context? Do you think I shoul
Complete thread -- thats gr8!! Just in time.!
Complete thread -- THANK YOU!
Complete thread -- Proteus
Complete thread -- Pt hospitalized with UTI
Complete thread -- Access Link (sm)
Complete thread -- WAIT I found it!
Complete thread -- Thank you. ...
Complete thread -- tx fgjjgj.
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- Thank you, nm
Complete thread -- I realize it is cold season - but seriously all the sniffing in the phone is s.m.
Complete thread -- who consulted on him on March...
Complete thread -- he sought out treatment with Dr. Kang who consulted ___ on March 29, 2012.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- access link? Does that mean he is studying online?
Complete thread -- you're right, now I don't hear that.
Complete thread -- access link sounds right to me.
Complete thread -- Thanks, but I don't hear that.
Complete thread -- s/t like "accessling" (could it be access link-like doing an internet course)
Complete thread -- I don't hear "white"
Complete thread -- for Legg=
Complete thread -- Legg-Calve-Perthes disease? (though think I'm hearing something else at the beginning)
Complete thread -- Thank you :)
Complete thread -- maybe "His TCs" = "Indices"
Complete thread -- (not refills) capillary refill is brisk in hands makes sense to me.
Complete thread -- OOPs, sent too fast. I hear "white" in there...?
Complete thread -- last is "hips" and really guessing on Wolff-Parkinson-White for the 1st. I hear
Complete thread -- doesn't make a whole lot of sense but inferiorly and ulnarly
Complete thread -- TCs?
Complete thread -- Please sm for 3 blanks on this report.
Complete thread -- sent in.
Complete thread -- Denies tenderness to palpation over his distal radius and distal ulna and radius and
Complete thread -- Examination: Discrimination of hand
Complete thread -- nonoperative
Complete thread -- he felt that the cervical spine is ___at the present time
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Ty!
Complete thread -- oops...distal fibula?
Complete thread -- distal fibia-tibial shaft?
Complete thread -- leg fracture
Complete thread -- no capture, no relief with this.
Complete thread -- I'd say generic.
Complete thread -- did trial him on a spinal cord stimulator. He reported no ___ nor relief of this
Complete thread -- I think that is correct - thanks!!
Complete thread -- She works at group homes. Is this capped? or is it a generic reference?
Complete thread -- but - fetus? that word doesn't fit IMO.
Complete thread -- platysma (muscle)
Complete thread -- s/l ** po - TIZ - mus ** ??
Complete thread -- urachus
Complete thread -- azygos (vein or artery) ?
Complete thread -- ? arygos ? (pelvic surgery)
Complete thread -- therapy. On the 25th was her 5th radiation day.
Complete thread -- :( already gone but thanks
Complete thread -- radiation therapy on ______. When she went
Complete thread -- not that close, but Easy Clip ? (see link)
Complete thread -- Revision of osteotomy, ankle, with bone graft. sm
Complete thread -- just flagging
Complete thread -- 2nd is left ventricular compliance
Complete thread -- not predictable? latter occurs with rest or exertion?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- size with ______ otherwise normal left ventricular ______ resulting in a normal resti
Complete thread -- tall R waves in V1 through V3 ...
Complete thread -- thanks... hope he feels the same way when he sees the report!
Complete thread -- thank you very much.
Complete thread -- lead III and ______ V1 through V3 resulting ... Left ______ is noted.
Complete thread -- He should be ashamed of himself. You are amazing to get what you did.
Complete thread -- just added it
Complete thread -- he may be spelling from a handwritten list from the patient?
Complete thread -- reveals TriCor, Zoloft, Concerta, s/l wacor, pravastatin and most notably Plavix.
Complete thread -- mp3 not there yet.
Complete thread -- I hear congenital ??
Complete thread -- There was a prior history of ______ spherocytosis requiring splenectomy, c
Complete thread -- They are _______. There were no associated complaints.
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- a prior history of ______ spherocytosis requiring surgery,
Complete thread -- 2nd is CEA (instead of CA) and with that is to follow up with....??
Complete thread -- mild increase in the CEA and for that followup with ...
Complete thread -- your right! How silly of me...
Complete thread -- no, something like infis or inthis, but thanks for
Complete thread -- three days for PT/INR. __________ PT/INR done twice a ... the CA __________ followup
Complete thread -- Google it, absolutely a word (as opposed to cephalad)
Complete thread -- Infocus?
Complete thread -- Social: He does work as a representative for "Infus" or infis (in NJ)
Complete thread -- caudad (not caudal). Is that a correct word?
Complete thread -- Yes, it is an independent medical examination, but he is saying clearly
Complete thread -- sounds like he might mean DOS (date of service)
Complete thread -- doctor says ortho- T-O-B. What is that and how is it spelled?
Complete thread -- maybe it's just "breath H. pylori test"
Complete thread -- I'd definitely leave a blank, s/l plavaquinalin. Perhaps messing up Plaquenil,
Complete thread -- f g j j g j lemme write that down, add to my lists nm
Complete thread -- yes wand (vagus nerve is in the neck) sm
Complete thread -- Darlene, I posted the link below. It was H. pylori Plus.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I'm thinking(as often done) using parts of test name sm
Complete thread -- more of "quin-a-lin" ??
Complete thread -- not sure if he cuts out or changes his mind, but I hear "quinolone" ???
Complete thread -- i was wrong, its H. pylori Plus
Complete thread -- meds include Plavix, __________,Flomax, aspirin, Wellbutrin
Complete thread -- Yea, there is a breath H. pylori test. wonder is he saying pylorus instead of plus?
Complete thread -- Crohn's
Complete thread -- wand for his *regular nerve stimulator* every time he has an abnormal sensation
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- venous blood drawn instead of arterial.
Complete thread -- I suspect there is a component of *da venous* drawn as well here g
Complete thread -- I know!
Complete thread -- Oh my goodness! That's wonderful Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- I think it is "tube-shunt" Tube-shunt surgery but can't get the barbell?
Complete thread -- Baerveldt tube shunt (thank you for posting wav!)
Complete thread -- Sorry, that was before you posted wav.
Complete thread -- (wav posted), I don't hear orbital decompression at all.
Complete thread -- orbital decompression?
Complete thread -- wav posted.
Complete thread -- Patient with proptosis, recommended surgery and recommend a s/l barbell-tube-shine
Complete thread -- Found it. Racial melanosis. thanks for the hint!
Complete thread -- oops, s/l "paraseal" -???
Complete thread -- he sure is slurring that. I'd probably flag... s/l
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- perforated appendicitis _____retroperitoneal abscess.
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- Found it. Racial melanosis. thanks for the hint!
Complete thread -- and CT chest to rule out PE.
Complete thread -- radial melanosis?
Complete thread -- or pericecal
Complete thread -- maybe paracecal retroperitoneal abscess.
Complete thread -- he had injected conjuctiva on the left. He had s/l ratio-malinosis bilaterally. SM
Complete thread -- I added it. SOrry.
Complete thread -- perforated appendicitis *pera seal* retroperitoneal abscess
Complete thread -- you're right. I thought she was asking about the word incidents.
Complete thread -- old MP3 still there
Complete thread -- with Lovenox and PPI.
Complete thread -- DVT and GI prophylaxis _____ PPI. CT chest pending, will be followed
Complete thread -- three sets done on _____, to rule out a PE.
Complete thread -- sent with
Complete thread -- no, it does not
Complete thread -- cerebral damage due to a subdural and s/l "intervasculation"
Complete thread -- yes! TY
Complete thread -- and is content with the idea of proceeding to an open
Complete thread -- wav posted.
Complete thread -- conversion? converting?
Complete thread -- She understood and is content with the idea of s/l versating to an open reduction
Complete thread -- Yesm I think ok(not sure of whole hx)fusion would mean mending, healing, could be surg too
Complete thread -- I think that sounds fine.
Complete thread -- does this make sense? "increased incidents of breaking down above the fusion"
Complete thread -- Thankyou!
Complete thread -- agree - this is called critical thinking (the knowing"why') will help you
Complete thread -- probably hypokalemia since she ws on a diuretic, and potassium would be 2.5, thus the
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- (sent too soon) Then check out average value of potassium.
Complete thread -- First, google diuretic potassium'
Complete thread -- Ergonomics discussed
Complete thread -- hair salon
Complete thread -- fyi, got it by googling "*psoraisis" knee
Complete thread -- capsaicin
Complete thread -- Amazing! Exactly!~
Complete thread -- eczema and
Complete thread -- the patient will begin over-the-counter s/l tetsaicin cream.
Complete thread -- Her areas of s/l "excellent" psoriasis over the knees has decreased
Complete thread -- The patient will continue Percocet 10/325. ____ was discussed with pa ...
Complete thread -- the patient is a nonsmoker and works in a ____
Complete thread -- potassium was two-five. What is that 2.5 or 25 or 2 5 or????
Complete thread -- Maybe BV, bacterial vaginosis?
Complete thread -- I'd start a new sentence there; otherwise, almost looks like she's complaining about
Complete thread -- ? adipose necrosis
Complete thread -- why not? it's a virus.
Complete thread -- we need more lead time on the wav
Complete thread -- your MP3 won't play for me. :(
Complete thread -- BP (according to Stedman's abbreviations) could be many things.
Complete thread -- s/l recurrent B P
Complete thread -- CVAs. He will not be likely extubated. ?
Complete thread -- CVAs will not likely extubated __________ signs we have been
Complete thread -- Thank you! Figured out he is saying "parotexin" for paroxetine (Paxil).
Complete thread -- sounds okay. why would it not?
Complete thread -- of dizziness and vomiting,*recently*eating food. Alert and oriented, complaining of
Complete thread -- maybe stumbling over Prolixin? psychosis, dose fits, but a guess since can't hear it
Complete thread -- LOL! YW!
Complete thread -- (ESL) psych eval, pt. w/psychosis. Takes (s/l) tyrotexin 5 mg.
Complete thread -- Well, I HEAR THAT. Thanks, Oasis!
Complete thread -- genital wart? I don't know about a 75-year-old, but possible.
Complete thread -- dementia, previous drug abuse, s/l genatawok, glaucoma, and cellulitis
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- recovery room with no intraoperative complications.
Complete thread -- Thanks, I hear it now. Can anyone help with the 2nd blank?
Complete thread -- Thanks !
Complete thread -- arteriectasia???
Complete thread -- ESL help
Complete thread -- 0 Vicryl, 2-0 Vicryl, and staples
Complete thread -- Op note - revision knee replacement
Complete thread -- a badly mumbled adenosclerosis?
Complete thread -- Yes, it was SGOT, but he just said it as OT. Sometimes they just say GOT and GPT and I
Complete thread -- Sorry, can't find anything.
Complete thread -- Thank you. Anything on the packing. I find an old report that says chatter gauze but sm
Complete thread -- I found it, Thomas Rocereto
Complete thread -- that would be "horizontal"
Complete thread -- so it was swept away...four 5-0 plain horizonatal
Complete thread -- Dr. s/l Riceretto at Cooper GYN Oncology (NJ). I found a Rhonda Rucereto but doesn't
Complete thread -- Care was taken not to injure the phrenic nerve that was _____ away and using four 5-0
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- chromic pursestrings
Complete thread -- Yes that is what she is saying! Thanks.
Complete thread -- The aorta was dissected out distal on the ascending aorta. Two 4-0 _____ were placed
Complete thread -- will relisten. Thanks.
Complete thread -- EOPA (elongated one-piece) ?
Complete thread -- ECMO cannulation of VA ECMO centrally with an 18 s/l yopa and a 32 atrial cannula.
Complete thread -- eek ..ignore "down the throat" in subject line, failed to delete it out
Complete thread -- also called VAS=visual analog or analogue(nonverbal pain measurement scale
Complete thread -- This means "picture" scale of smiley/frown faces to pick/point at
Complete thread -- I can hear it now. Thanks!
Complete thread -- yes, they would suction lung and vented/ventilated (cardio)
Complete thread -- agree, "because" doc took time to order hepatitis lab (both liver related)
Complete thread -- lemme write that down, thanks for sharing on QTc, had a feeling it WAS ok sm
Complete thread -- TTE=transethoracic echo, places a "probe" on top of the chest down the throat sm
Complete thread -- Go with this but I do think the other blank is one-third of
Complete thread -- s/l anterior one-third of the abductors? capsule was incised in acute fashion?
Complete thread -- (2) incised in a T fashion.
Complete thread -- adeno something? adenosquamous carcinoma?
Complete thread -- Flagging and sending on. Thanks
Complete thread -- Goes on to say in surgical history excision of ________ with reconstruction.
Complete thread -- s/l o-don-o-sen-uh-car-osis TIA!
Complete thread -- Ortho op note.
Complete thread -- hmm still sounds like flap shift
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- flatfoot reconstruction?
Complete thread -- TY. I got it - desflurane. nm
Complete thread -- patellar fracture via excision of the patella and *flap shift* reconstruction.
Complete thread -- join pipe pieces together with s/l sub-see-or TIA!
Complete thread -- varied?
Complete thread -- i.e., he's mixing up stereotactic and radiostatic
Complete thread -- The blood was *fired* from a dark red/red blood
Complete thread -- I believe he's trying to say radiostatic
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I think it's miconazole.
Complete thread -- NicoDerm, ____ , Norvasc
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- the brain status post _____ surgical resection in early 2011
Complete thread -- radiostatic surgical resection?
Complete thread -- Sounds okay to me about the 1 g every 12 hrs. I see no sound file, but maybe will get
Complete thread -- metastasis to the brain status post **radiotactic** surgical resection in early
Complete thread -- vancomycin *1 g* every 12 hours
Complete thread -- Yeah, it just came to me. He's saying just "OT" but I've had that before. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Maybe saying SGOT? (old term for AST)
Complete thread -- and not saying ALT by the way!
Complete thread -- Does anyone know what OT would be in labs? Very clear.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- lateral teeth imprints
Complete thread -- :( there now
Complete thread -- mp3 not there yet
Complete thread -- and exercise, comma before cautioned.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- it is exercised cautoin
Complete thread -- enlarged tongue with ____. Oropharyngeal grade is 3. Neck:
Complete thread -- isoflurane?
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- and ____ cautioned on driving. Nothing on 2nd blank, just we discussed positional therapy
Complete thread -- not wav
Complete thread -- unless alert, _______ driving and to avoid .... We discussed ____ positional therapy
Complete thread -- The patient underwent general anesthesia with s/l DEEZOFLUORINE.
Complete thread -- When an OP asks a question, then gets the answer and says "nevermind, got it" - can
Complete thread -- What were they, just out of curiousity?
Complete thread -- sorry, just saw this and another MP3 was posted on top before yours was answered.
Complete thread -- bed?
Complete thread -- erectile
Complete thread -- got this one
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- We discussed *bad* positional therapy as well as weight management.
Complete thread -- Sweet-Ease, thanks anyway
Complete thread -- many hours of watching TV
Complete thread -- A s/l sweety sucrose pacifier also used.
Complete thread -- Past medical history of hypertension, prostate cancer, _____ function and arthritis.
Complete thread -- of course, thank you
Complete thread -- day is tired and _____ of watching TV or reading.
Complete thread -- periodic leg movements (PLMs)
Complete thread -- got these
Complete thread -- s/l paralytic leg movements
Complete thread -- PE questions...2
Complete thread -- We then sutured a couple of the s/l "straws" of the plug to the conjoined tendon
Complete thread -- ?s
Complete thread -- ?s
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- or maybe "widely"
Complete thread -- I suppose it could be wildly distributed, like "all over"
Complete thread -- also, comma after grounded, but
Complete thread -- Patient has s/l wildly rash...TIA!
Complete thread -- this is in archives as: Stedman's OB/GYN, which has it listed as uterine cry. French cri.
Complete thread -- I think I need to make a habit of proofreading my OPs before sending. lol
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- That's probably it!
Complete thread -- you're right.
Complete thread -- OPUS® AutoCuff®?
Complete thread -- grounded is what I hear...
Complete thread -- I wondered about that. Not sure because he sometimes gives names. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Can you tell us what it was "so it goes into archives" ?
Complete thread -- Yikes, I think "with the arthroscopic shaver" starts a new sentence.
Complete thread -- open?
Complete thread -- Doctors do 'rounds' - not sure rounded fits here. I'd go with granted, myself.
Complete thread -- utilizing the s/l "opa" system with two suture anchors
Complete thread -- Thanks for your input. I was able to pull up another document on this
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- rounded... patients are "rounded"
Complete thread -- granted?
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- no it doesn't make sence to me either
Complete thread -- s/l grounded
Complete thread -- got it
Complete thread -- medical team will consider doing the _____ and regular medical workup before the clea
Complete thread -- Does *QTc* make sense in this context?
Complete thread -- not to be put in the report
Complete thread -- P.S. what is in parentheses was just my adding info to understand the sentence
Complete thread -- drifted to 34 (degrees temp) and re-warmed all the way --sm
Complete thread -- thanks!!
Complete thread -- We had controlled the RPA, made an arteriotomy and sewed an end-to-side anastomosis.
Complete thread -- azygos
Complete thread -- Then we put a clamp making sure that there was no change in rhythm across the SVC sm
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- not the patient's baseline
Complete thread -- This is not the patient’s ______ when patient is normally fully alert and awake.
Complete thread -- they do usually run a TEE on completion of the other procedures so might be echo
Complete thread -- Yes, that's it. Thanks so very much!
Complete thread -- looks to me like "status post cardiorespiratory distress secondary to... --sm
Complete thread -- No this is the procedure they are doing on an infant's heart. That is one of the sm
Complete thread -- is this an echo? --sm
Complete thread -- TIMI Risk Score for Unstable Angina/Non-ST Elevation maybe
Complete thread -- Thanks! Link above here didn't show anything that seemed to fit, so as long
Complete thread -- I think I hear "good-willed"
Complete thread -- Chest pain, rule out ASC. He has a *tinny* risk score of 2. Please
Complete thread -- faces, duh. Thanks anway
Complete thread -- we give him a s/l fasis scale that is easy to understand
Complete thread -- The patient is _____ not in acute distress. Room air is pO2
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- uterine cry
Complete thread -- My abbreviation books shows assistant officer of the day.
Complete thread -- I curettaged the uterus with good s/l* uterine crya* in all four walls.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- PleurX?
Complete thread -- Social History: Pt is an *AOD* who works at X medical center. (I don't think
Complete thread -- sed rate if your account allows short forms or expand to sedimentation rate. Not capped.
Complete thread -- CHF ?
Complete thread -- This 88-year-old male has a right *pourus* catheter placement because of pneumonia an
Complete thread -- labs?
Complete thread -- PROCEDURE: Placement of transthoracic s/l common artrial line. Just wanted to sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- See if you can hear cephalosporin antibiotic coverage. With the extra talking over him sm
Complete thread -- fluids, ______ antibiotic coverage
Complete thread -- sed rate.
Complete thread -- encephalopathy status post *cardio respri tori et us* most likely
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- capitalization
Complete thread -- Do I capitalize ?
Complete thread -- got most of it
Complete thread -- Yeah, I realize after googling. It's all over Google. Thanks.
Complete thread -- sending in.
Complete thread -- sorry
Complete thread -- ?s
Complete thread -- yes
Complete thread -- I also recommend preferential seating in the classroom _____
Complete thread -- Anyone hear of a platelet count being over a million??
Complete thread -- Here's some of the words I can make out. SM
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- NM, going to flag. Need to send in now.
Complete thread -- Pronouncing divalproex wrong and repeating it I believe, last one might be donepezil
Complete thread -- A small drain was placed *pre* fascia and anchored to the skin on LLQ.
Complete thread -- mirtazapine, _______, divalproex, Flomax, _____, gabapentin
Complete thread -- tentative, got it
Complete thread -- Ha, thanks. Thought maybe it was just me.
Complete thread -- Seriously, how to they expect you to capture that?
Complete thread -- agh - ?s
Complete thread -- Dr. X went down to the *parrot-nee-um* and performed rigid sigmoidoscopy.
Complete thread -- got the rest of this..thanks
Complete thread -- the usual dose which has been required to settle a flareup with ______ dose reduction
Complete thread -- ok, thank you
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- next time, can you cut the length down, takes too long to get back to the blank.
Complete thread -- course and make any medication ... necessary. Once the patient
Complete thread -- Prior smoker who quit smoking many years ago _______
Complete thread -- got it, systolic function
Complete thread -- Thanks MT50, nothing else. We think he cut himself off somehow.
Complete thread -- sorry this is a wav
Complete thread -- with normal _____ and mild left ventricular hypertrophy
Complete thread -- follow this patient throughout the hospital course. ______ would be necessary
Complete thread -- Without further info it is just guessing, but does the patient have any history of renal
Complete thread -- med s/l breton gel; no skin issues listed but pt does use benzoin cream
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- Chest equally rises to full extension bilaterally to expiration and inspiration
Complete thread -- talkative... equal rise and fall of chest observed bilaterally in inspiration & expiration
Complete thread -- a few ?s - speeds up, can't quite make it out
Complete thread -- ahhhh
Complete thread -- I would get rid of both commas. Just too much for such a small sentence
Complete thread -- Correct punctuation?
Complete thread -- arthropathies?
Complete thread -- There is no patellar or femoral *atropitiis*. There is no distal neurovascular defic
Complete thread -- of the right radius **and*** ulna.
Complete thread -- thanks... thought maybe thgat
Complete thread -- Above elbow cast?
Complete thread -- thanks will check
Complete thread -- can you hear distal?
Complete thread -- A _____ elbow cast was then placed.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- There is no *diss* or neurovascular deficit. - blank listed below
Complete thread -- yes, meaning it is painful at the end of the rotation.
Complete thread -- The rotations are *terminally* painful.
Complete thread -- Got it - phenotype
Complete thread -- below-elbow cast?
Complete thread -- subtype? (see link)
Complete thread -- s/l bone elbow cast
Complete thread -- sequelae?
Complete thread -- s/l ** SAN - no - tide ** young man with Crohn disease
Complete thread -- Floxin Otic
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Sure but it would be axial top-normal size uterus
Complete thread -- For earwax removal, rec. *plaxintotic.* ??
Complete thread -- FINDINGS: *Axial top* normal-sized uterus sounded to 10 cm, prolapse
Complete thread -- great, thanks very much!
Complete thread -- prostatic urethritis? (see message and link)
Complete thread -- Thanks for your help. I flagged it. The MD was not the best at pronunciation either.
Complete thread -- urology word help - sm
Complete thread -- Have only heard of "Vapotherm"
Complete thread -- Protexin
Complete thread -- S/l L. pontasine probiotic
Complete thread -- Hospital - she was on 15 L non-rebreather and now is on "chipatherm" and SM
Complete thread -- mistake, I would flag for confirmation, can't be expected to be mind readers
Complete thread -- you have good critical thinking skills mnnock, yep
Complete thread -- Is this a medication or a hospital situation (administering O2)
Complete thread -- s/l nose may be "though" shows little etc nm
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- agree, go as dictated IF clear & familiar with dictator. nm
Complete thread -- Thanks. I left it as dictated.
Complete thread -- I would type as dictated
Complete thread -- Anyone heard of a "chipatherm" for oxygen supplementation
Complete thread -- Oh gosh. I made a mistake up there.
Complete thread -- so sorry
Complete thread -- butt - do you use this in a report if dictated? He said it. I typed
Complete thread -- :) Yay! YW.
Complete thread -- ahh good, I sure would like to know, yep. Thanks nm
Complete thread -- GREAT guess! Cross-arm test! Thanks. :)
Complete thread -- A couple days ago, I asked for help with Lyme s/l POLV. Could not verify, so sent to
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- CONSTITUTIONAL: The patient is confused on arrival, but she is _____, surrounded by
Complete thread -- Just a guess: cross-arm test (adduction across the body?)
Complete thread -- Pt with bilateral shoulder pain
Complete thread -- You heard it correctly,
Complete thread -- got it
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- minimal upper airway _______ sounds are noted. No retractions
Complete thread -- I've heard that before. Usually they call them adventitious sounds.
Complete thread -- Acute ______ bronchitis.
Complete thread -- bilateral wheezing and minimal upper airway *added* sounds are noted
Complete thread -- Tibial plateau fx - it is comminuted and s/l nose shows little displacement. TIA
Complete thread -- Sorry, I didn't get your gist before, in terms of the next sentence/hamstrings.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Well, I hope all MTs know where the tibia and fibula are. That said,
Complete thread -- peroneus?
Complete thread -- tibia and fibula go up to the knee, and does in next sentence talk about hamstrings
Complete thread -- I listened again maybe s/l prodius
Complete thread -- I also thought of that but cannot hear it, i am going to put it in with a flag.
Complete thread -- However, palpation on the right side shows some soreness down the Achi ...
Complete thread -- tertius?
Complete thread -- Ligamentous Laxity: Bilaterally symmetric with the MCL ____(0:14:25.4 ...
Complete thread -- maybe meant femur instead of fibula. more surrounding context might help.
Complete thread -- I thought of that but sartorius is above knee and fibula below the knee?
Complete thread -- I think he is saying "wean up" (uptitrate)
Complete thread -- yup, I got the wrong one too
Complete thread -- .wav i'm hearing doesn't match yours.
Complete thread -- sartorius --sm
Complete thread -- does not quite make sense.
Complete thread -- there is no tenderness along the fibula where the s/l torius muscles run
Complete thread -- a lot! that is it!
Complete thread -- please help
Complete thread -- Just make up the spellings, like the parents do, lol.
Complete thread -- Yes it was, wonder why the OP answered so vaguely?
Complete thread -- would you flag this?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Taxotere and carboplatin?
Complete thread -- questioning about ta* part. thank you.
Complete thread -- He completed s/l Taxol ta and carboplatin. am I hearing right?
Complete thread -- any good site to search names please, we are not provided pt names.
Complete thread -- Got it, finally. He's saying "recip" saw (reciprocating).
Complete thread -- Neither could I. Thank you for your response.
Complete thread -- nope.
Complete thread -- Moving on ...
Complete thread -- Type of ortho surg. saw: "The hip was dislocated. The femoral stem was very /sm
Complete thread -- Ahh, that's what I'm looking for. Had many times but wasn't coming to me. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Simple question...
Complete thread -- Ummm, everywhere...that's why I am asking. Would anyone just happen to know.
Complete thread -- ependymal
Complete thread -- Where have you looked? (so that we don't look in the same place twice)
Complete thread -- Can you document Tylenol 420 mg? I cannot.
Complete thread -- abnormal enhancement within the anterior s/l "eppenamal" lining of the left frontal
Complete thread -- Did you figure out the word?
Complete thread -- LOL...according to this, my BMI is 25.9. I just had a physical and my doc
Complete thread -- (even at 6 feet, that's still "obese")
Complete thread -- wow thank you for this!!
Complete thread -- 119 kg is 263 pounds. I'd say that is moderately obese.
Complete thread -- maybe the doc thinks it is moderately obese...?
Complete thread -- probably 41 according to this chart
Complete thread -- no clue
Complete thread -- how tall?
Complete thread -- Her weight today was 119 kg with a BMI of(s/l fort-one) in the moderately obese range
Complete thread -- does patient have an ulcer? periulcerative?
Complete thread -- periosteal?
Complete thread -- That's a toughie. Foot/ankle? need a tad more info.
Complete thread -- Podiatry help
Complete thread -- foam padding
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- tilted? (whats the foam?)
Complete thread -- maybe TV-something. transvaginal...?
Complete thread -- secured with the face foam *tented* down. A tilt test was then
Complete thread -- thank
Complete thread -- Oh, I bet it is CMO for comfort measures only. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- I would recommend s/l "CMO" and conservative therapy at this time
Complete thread -- yes.
Complete thread -- ALTE acute life-threatening event.
Complete thread -- ...flank
Complete thread -- Dartos (capitalized)
Complete thread -- REASON FOR CONSULTATION: Possible seizure, possible *al t a l t e*
Complete thread -- never mind
Complete thread -- ?s
Complete thread -- s/l d v o l
Complete thread -- Thanks, I didn't know if it could possibly be something else.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- screws were placed to facilitate *rafting* of the tibial plate
Complete thread -- yes compartment would be correct.
Complete thread -- This was unable to be completed with a *tamp*, and therefore an osteotomy
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- Fascia of the anterior *compartment* was then noted and
Complete thread -- sm pls, spermatocelectomy, s/l "snaps"
Complete thread -- flank?
Complete thread -- I mean "wean off"
Complete thread -- you can flag - but he said 'wean down'
Complete thread -- I would say yes: present and capable of emerging or developing but not now visible,
Complete thread -- thnks
Complete thread -- whole sentence ?
Complete thread -- does "latent parasthesias" make sense?
Complete thread -- can that be "wean up" because he is on less than that now.
Complete thread -- Seidel sign?
Complete thread -- s/l frank to me. not sure that it'd be capitalized?
Complete thread -- bacteriuria (bacteria in the urine)
Complete thread -- wean off the Neurotin until we are at 300 mg twice a day.
Complete thread -- New to OB/GYN: Bacteria or Bacteriuria (see message)
Complete thread -- The right 8 mm ______ robotic trocar was then removed under
Complete thread -- please help with WAV
Complete thread -- Slit lamp exam sm
Complete thread -- s/l Frank robotic trocar
Complete thread -- I hear Palliative Team, not sure if there's something in the middle or not
Complete thread -- ;)
Complete thread -- good idea.
Complete thread -- Have you Googled sensorium?
Complete thread -- alteration in "sensorium" (sensory-um)
Complete thread -- never mind flagged
Complete thread -- Thanks for the information. I appreciate it.
Complete thread -- thank you for your help sm, have to send now
Complete thread -- I thought I heard that too, but there was no mention anywhere in the report
Complete thread -- It s/l size of his collection. Does patient have a fluid collection or something? For
Complete thread -- there are other people who are waiting for their blanks to be answered first
Complete thread -- Palliative _____ will follow with you during her hospital stay.
Complete thread -- couple of blanks
Complete thread -- whoops sorry, I see someone else posted will wait
Complete thread -- please help with WAV
Complete thread -- nonetheless ????? to exclude increasing size of his ????? with inflammatory markers a
Complete thread -- ah ha, thanks so much
Complete thread -- centile is actually a word,
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Anicteric
Complete thread -- Plse see msg, wondering about "centile."
Complete thread -- HEENT: Clear oropharynx. ______ Cardiac exam: Regular rhythm
Complete thread -- Tenormin comes in
Complete thread -- s/l ginormen
Complete thread -- yes, makes sense
Complete thread -- could it be 'apparently' ?
Complete thread -- thank you all ......... for input....sorry about file being whole... w ...
Complete thread -- per
Complete thread -- he cannot return back to the rigors of his work
Complete thread -- bright red blood "parectum"
Complete thread -- does the phrase "latent paresthesias " make sense? Cant find on google or in the
Complete thread -- nuchal ridge, which reproduces pain ____(?? parroting) over
Complete thread -- I cannot be for sure. He says it as Ro-shetty, but there are a couple it "could" be, with
Complete thread -- Joseph Richetti?
Complete thread -- I don't think it's semi
Complete thread -- ? focal
Complete thread -- PCP in Pennsylvania Dr. s/l Ro-shetti. (Found Rossetti, but he dictates a "sh" sound
Complete thread -- SI joint s/l vocal/local testing TIA!
Complete thread -- esterase, WBC 1550/hpf, WBC _____ positive, RBC 11/hpf, troponin I 0.313, CPK 1115.
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- agree, if clear, used to dictator, go as dictated nm
Complete thread -- next time, can you shorten the sound file a tad?? thanks
Complete thread -- celiac takeoff was visualized - on each side of celiac takeoff without obvious...
Complete thread -- semi-regular carotid ultrasound as preventative screening sm
Complete thread -- good!!! one ---ehogji
Complete thread -- thanks all
Complete thread -- WAV attached ...
Complete thread -- might look at labs sm
Complete thread -- 2nd one is hypercoaguable.
Complete thread -- ? hypercoagulable (state/process)
Complete thread -- Oh duh!! Of course. Balmex to groin. Thanks much
Complete thread -- urgent
Complete thread -- operative file - Procedure EUS
Complete thread -- I interpret: the bubbles arrived late (before) the cardiac cycle to atria.
Complete thread -- examination of the right hand reveals ____
Complete thread -- RECOMMENDATIONS: No indication for ______ or emergent dialysis at this time. I
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- CVA workup, 2 words
Complete thread -- esterase, WBC 1550/hpf, WBC _____ positive, RBC 11/hpf, troponin I 0.313, CPK 1115.
Complete thread -- I'd guess it is a topical "... to groin" - like for a rash.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I've heard it dictated as just "gap" - I'd go with it as dictated.
Complete thread -- medication s/l ** ball - MEX - tuh - groin **
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- yes but doesn't say anoin... is that normal
Complete thread -- thanks... realized that after finishing...
Complete thread -- check out anion gap
Complete thread -- NM, stat and need to send in now.
Complete thread -- says: 3. High gap and nongap metabolic acidosis.
Complete thread -- Spot urine protein:creatinine ratio
Complete thread -- UA: Specific gravity 1.034, pH 6. Negative for...
Complete thread -- Echo results. Talking about bubble study, s/l *sub cardiac* cycle. Please sm
Complete thread -- lab ?s
Complete thread -- likely will list s/l in OP title
Complete thread -- s/l *urine random sodium*
Complete thread -- As above. (?)
Complete thread -- trauma and nonetheless _____ to exclude increasing size of his ______ with inflammato
Complete thread -- REVIEW OF SYSTEMS: _____ has not urinated for two days prior to admission, recent
Complete thread -- AKI acute kidney injury.
Complete thread -- The patient has history of recurrent _____ on underlying CKD.
Complete thread -- tx for trying. I flagged
Complete thread -- found Equidone but not sure, might flag it with suggestion
Complete thread -- Does this read ok without comma?
Complete thread -- Sure would be helpful to know a little more about the patient.
Complete thread -- She did undergo her ___ (mild?) procedure on 10/22/2012.
Complete thread -- Oh yes! Not saying apparent... Thanks much!
Complete thread -- Thanks just making sure I had it worded correctly... wasn't sure about the second vs secon
Complete thread -- unfprtunately many dictator have multiple terms for same thing sm
Complete thread -- Probably doing serial CKs to rule out MI
Complete thread -- parenchymal?
Complete thread -- found this on Medtronic subcu is prob just subcutaneous (under skin) sm
Complete thread -- Houw would you interpret this?
Complete thread -- s/l ** KY - mull **
Complete thread -- got it... never mind
Complete thread -- thanks so much... wasn't sure
Complete thread -- ? 98.3
Complete thread -- sound file doesn't match ?
Complete thread -- No wheezing, rales or rhonchi __________ mp3bilaterally.
Complete thread -- VITAL SIGNS: Temperature ______, pulse 100, respirations 22, blood pressure 174/103,
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- endomysial antibody (EMA)
Complete thread -- Buprenorphine ??any hx of drug addiction? or just needs pain control cm
Complete thread -- antibody testing for possible lupus. Hear "nesia" sound but unclear on beginning soun
Complete thread -- Thanks... any idea on the other
Complete thread -- s/l equedon
Complete thread -- Speech fluent, ______ mp3 intact. - could be one of two things... pls help
Complete thread -- no need to be sorry. It is very kind of you to help
Complete thread -- Sinemet is 25/100...
Complete thread -- Med ?s
Complete thread -- Ty.
Complete thread -- It's the only thing I know of that fits your context.
Complete thread -- Please give name of operation. This can be, not surprisingly, quite helpful.
Complete thread -- yep, that's what I think i hear... guess he is correcting himself
Complete thread -- Thanx. Is that middle s quiet, cause I hear Gay-lin with no Z-unless he is talking really
Complete thread -- I wouldn't.
Complete thread -- tx for trying :)
Complete thread -- Almost sounds like he is saying last prior"
Complete thread -- I thought maybe Niacor (niacin) but sounds more like it starts with M
Complete thread -- It was not documented in the __________ x-ray.
Complete thread -- Would you cap the word exit? "near exit 60 off of I-80."
Complete thread -- Gaenslen's
Complete thread -- Tx. I do not hear that. I hear Galen or Dalen, maybe I will upload a wav after the prese
Complete thread -- Phalen's
Complete thread -- s/l "Galens" test
Complete thread -- yes, but 2 words, en face
Complete thread -- We separated out the *tendaculous*.
Complete thread -- Current Medications: Asmanex 1 q. day, ProAir, Nexium, B12, ____.
Complete thread -- Thanks MT50
Complete thread -- Would think he is referring to the "subcu" (subcutaneous) peripheral nerve stimulator and
Complete thread -- wav reposted, thanks MT50. Questioning sub-q
Complete thread -- Could you give it a few and then repost, thanks
Complete thread -- Guessing ~ T2?
Complete thread -- s/l over uterine incision and cut serosal surfaces in preventative...
Complete thread -- enface?
Complete thread -- incision and covered all surface in a preventative measure?
Complete thread -- extreme anxiety level?
Complete thread -- s/l extreme in situ level
Complete thread -- Nu-Knit was placed over the uterine incision and _____ measure.
Complete thread -- to the OR where epidural was increased *to two* surgical level.
Complete thread -- pls ignore 227 time stamp
Complete thread -- primary C-section and *dissertation* were discussed with
Complete thread -- recommended by MFM, _____ showing status remote from delivery, inability
Complete thread -- adjuvent?
Complete thread -- s/l on-foss
Complete thread -- Pt w/ transglottic squamous cell carcinoma involving left false cord, true cord, smg
Complete thread -- I'm guessing fab = fabrication. Thank you, though! nm
Complete thread -- Patient with Achilles pain. He was playing catch with
Complete thread -- added wav
Complete thread -- certain
Complete thread -- we would then schedule a trial of the "Sub-ku" or sub-que with potential implant.
Complete thread -- Doh. Thanks! (my brain kept going for some synonym for "final")
Complete thread -- Needle, sponge, and instrument counts...
Complete thread -- never mind, going with single number sign per some info in Archives.
Complete thread -- MP3, oral surgery, teeth extraction.
Complete thread -- #'s for oral surgery surgical teeth extraction, not my specialty, yuck.
Complete thread -- good guess. Thanks.
Complete thread -- i think so, i put in with flag
Complete thread -- Astelin nasal spray?
Complete thread -- maybe different times of day e.g. afternoon and evening????
Complete thread -- She remains on the Lyrica 100, 200 and 200. Dictated like that(not verbatim account)
Complete thread -- There is a slight s/l attent that she might have on occasion protraction of her neck.
Complete thread -- She points to the ___ area near where her pectoralis major and minor and coracobrachi
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- doctor spells a-s-c-i-l-i-n to control allergic symptoms. i cannot document.
Complete thread -- with arms and knees (very strong?)
Complete thread -- The heaviest weight she has ever lifted with _____ is 25 pounds.
Complete thread -- s/l nupepherone or nupepheril or bupepherone
Complete thread -- diphenhydramine? nm
Complete thread -- Sorry, don't know your blank, but "HOME MEDICATIONS" is the heading.
Complete thread -- Home medications, Augmentin, Bystolic, __________, Revlimid,
Complete thread -- what is it that you reading?
Complete thread -- addendum sm
Complete thread -- by chance have tessier surgery book, if so, look under sutures & stitches long list
Complete thread -- ohhhh, I did not hear your wav, by the way nm
Complete thread -- I believe s/l is same as in the op title "myofascial" advancement flap,
Complete thread -- ? peak and trough for duration of IV antibiotics
Complete thread -- might be referring the a braided (suture identified
Complete thr