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Complete thread -- reference
Complete thread -- Could find nothing to verify Epstein-Barr condyloma
Complete thread -- check out Epstein-Barr
Complete thread -- what a wonderful day:)
Complete thread -- no, is not wrong. It is two different people. UR unable to interrupt evidently.
Complete thread -- probably hit wrong key? scleral icterus.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Your own link seems to prove you wrong. No 's
Complete thread -- "An ankle monitor (also known as a tether, or ankle bracelet)..."
Complete thread -- looked at the CAT scan. *iron ferritin* changes adjacent to the sigmoid colon
Complete thread -- pt is wearing a narcotic s/l tether. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thank you, o a o m p p. You answered my post yesterday and I just saw it now and
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- where do you suppose STDs, and cervical cancer comes from.
Complete thread -- Embryonal rhabdomyosarcoma (sarcoma botryoides) of bladder of a child.
Complete thread -- posted reply in wrong area, see above "oh jeebus" it's for you
Complete thread -- scleral icteris, or icteric conjunctivae, same. a hint...small amount. not so hard to
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- bull - OP post read diagnosed with sarcoma botryoides sm
Complete thread -- I googled sjogren syndrome dry mouth medication, 4th link down was
Complete thread -- cevimeline
Complete thread -- sjogren syndrome drug for dry mouth
Complete thread -- Maybe dictator wasn't on autopilot after all (SM)
Complete thread -- able to solve yet? Icterus technical term for jaundice, BUT sm
Complete thread -- makes perfect sense
Complete thread -- yes, I would. see link, whonamedit.com
Complete thread -- did that already, but thanks
Complete thread -- Google icteric conjunctiva
Complete thread -- that was the whole sentence. I went with rough. Thanks.
Complete thread -- There is a hint of icterus in her conjunctivae.
Complete thread -- Thank you!!
Complete thread -- Fundal height corresponding to date.
Complete thread -- Prenatal exam
Complete thread -- There's a period (.) after the word skin, so looks like that's the whole sentence.
Complete thread -- Whole sentence? Could it be she "has both chronic changes on the skin and....??
Complete thread -- she is wrought with chronic changes?
Complete thread -- I think it's rough, but making sure it is not an acronym I've never heard
Complete thread -- iNTEGUMENTARY: She has s/l waff chronic changes on the skin.
Complete thread -- Thx for your efforts. Will flag.
Complete thread -- That's it! You are a genius! ...hee hee
Complete thread -- ??-degree scope. I think they are usually a 0-degree??
Complete thread -- reminds me of Hakuna Matata... :)
Complete thread -- frond-like (frondlike goes thru my spellcheck) is my choice.
Complete thread -- nevermind, shift is over & I sent it with a blank.
Complete thread -- ? frond-like
Complete thread -- Dmitra for allergy symptoms? He spells this out, but I can't find diddly. any ideas
Complete thread -- I like apple butt condyloma
Complete thread -- tried - failed.
Complete thread -- fungus-like?
Complete thread -- Translink?
Complete thread -- s/l fundi-like?? right atrial myxoma ...
Complete thread -- trans leak? (tranmission leak) Definitely hear leak
Complete thread -- it sounds as if this "van" was bringing him somewhere. Going to flag and send. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Uroflow testing..
Complete thread -- there is a trucking company by that name and also a concrete company, just a wild guess
Complete thread -- guess I should ask what a "transfleet" is?
Complete thread -- not that I can find. There is an Area Transit?
Complete thread -- Thanks. I saw that, but it sounds nothing like that.
Complete thread -- Is there a Transfleet or something like where you are?
Complete thread -- Condylomata acuminata (anogenital warts)? does not sound like apple but?
Complete thread -- say what?
Complete thread -- okay, thanks! :)
Complete thread -- I never use the mouse with IT. What I really like is being able to make commands, like
Complete thread -- agree. physical exam form
Complete thread -- thanks. I had tried it at one time. I guess I am just adjusted to
Complete thread -- apple-core lesion is all I can think of, can't think of a thing with bar, unless it is a
Complete thread -- I think you are correct is what I was saying - See copy of PE form. From Montana here.
Complete thread -- I doubt it. I think since is it a physical exam - it would be physical exam form.
Complete thread -- I found that too. Seems likely.
Complete thread -- found one in Bozeman, MT too :) thanks on that. Would PE form be for pulmonary embolus??
Complete thread -- to me, auto correct is so much easier than instant text. i've used it before, but after
Complete thread -- I found Reach in Bozeman, MT
Complete thread -- Hmm. I don't think they were eating during the procedure :). No, something bar. Hmm?
Complete thread -- Really? I found a Reach in Texas - Children's REACH program is the only clinic in Dallas
Complete thread -- Bozeman Montana
Complete thread -- apple-core ?
Complete thread -- through Reach? Where is this? Maybe there is some local program?
Complete thread -- added another audio as I have a secondary blank. S/l PE form?? Guy is 46
Complete thread -- Colposcopy: s/l apple-bar condyloma (see message)
Complete thread -- unsure what he says
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know...at least I know my hearing was good on that one today!
Complete thread -- that is EXACTLY what I meant - and usually that person's copy & paste info has nothing
Complete thread -- QA responded to the below post - it was cyclical. She gave the
Complete thread -- Poi - I did not notice you had asked me a question about Instant Text -
Complete thread -- No. There is a little screen at the bottom. You just glance at it and all
Complete thread -- (laughing at post-coital post below this)
Complete thread -- in the context of a physical exam? seriously? did you try google.com?
Complete thread -- oh, okay... very mature of eww.
Complete thread -- no, just being nasty. ewww...anyways, I confessed below I was
Complete thread -- Word help and thanks.
Complete thread -- I "saw" something nasty.
Complete thread -- Word help and thanks.
Complete thread -- are your initials "eww" or did you eat something nasty?
Complete thread -- Thanks. Sometimes I get them just from posting here. Clears out the distortion on the wav.
Complete thread -- vesicostomy (opening from the bladder to the outside)
Complete thread -- :) Thanks!
Complete thread -- No, you wouldn't. the disease is named Osgood-Schlatter, not 2 separate things
Complete thread -- When he stands
Complete thread -- Got it. So much clearer here. when he stands, his spine shows
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- wav file, juvenile idiopathic scoliosis, thanks
Complete thread -- found spinal erectors
Complete thread -- he just said it again
Complete thread -- he's saying left pubic rami (should be ramus). Thanks.
Complete thread -- He seems to think so. I don't flag thinks that are clear.
Complete thread -- ? Guess inside
Complete thread -- There is suggestion of involvement of the inferior s/l left prugrama
Complete thread -- Word help
Complete thread -- now I hear it. Is there such a thing?
Complete thread -- erector
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- if you were going to 's. As i said before, I would not. (now I am being confusing)
Complete thread -- it was named after 2 different people, would need to 's both names
Complete thread -- If I hear back, I will post. On occasion, I hear back.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I think they were just trying to point out your google.com information
Complete thread -- I wonder if she meant continuously, THEN cyclical... ? sorta makes sense.
Complete thread -- i hear your cyclical (???) almost like sick-la-cull ...
Complete thread -- looks right with the hyphen.
Complete thread -- asking if dictated as Osgood-Schlatter's (with the 's) and no I would not.
Complete thread -- Sorry, if 's is dicated for Osgood-Schlatter disease would you put it?
Complete thread -- I would not
Complete thread -- not certain of the question for here for?
Complete thread -- Cryselle in the list has a C but can't recall the sound now, shoot
Complete thread -- If 's is dicated would you put for here for...
Complete thread -- agree (mt)
Complete thread -- Oops, nowhere!
Complete thread -- I finally flagged. I gave my guess and flagged. It is hard to get used to being able to
Complete thread -- Yeah, your s/l was no where near my suggestion. Just saw it while searching.
Complete thread -- he is saying "infrageniculate" thanks though!
Complete thread -- metaphyseal-diaphyseal junction? not sure if this is right
Complete thread -- Thanks. I hear that hard C in there though.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- oops, well shoot, there was MP3, I forgot
Complete thread -- a guess Safyral drugs.com list sm (wav or flag it)
Complete thread -- How about 3 infrapopliteal vessel runoff?
Complete thread -- think I have it - normal three infrageniculate vessel run-off
Complete thread -- some progress, fizial is "vessel" run-off
Complete thread -- Okay, I wondered. It just sounded odd to me. Thanks
Complete thread -- ESL talking about a vessel, but his accent is throwing me. Plse sm
Complete thread -- She stayed on it full-time until March 2013.
Complete thread -- Sounds right. She started on it full-time and then went on it cyclically.
Complete thread -- right shoulder enlargment pain is what i hear
Complete thread -- I've refreshed & am still hearing the old wav.
Complete thread -- MP3 file added. thanks
Complete thread -- This sounds like cyclical, sort of. If not for the following sentence stating she
Complete thread -- Thanks. That's what I thought - just wanted to make sure.
Complete thread -- thanks for sharing, will help others at some time nm
Complete thread -- ohh just glanced again, "to come up" relisten for that, I betcha that's it. sm
Complete thread -- I would cap.
Complete thread -- Thanks all!
Complete thread -- Sorry.. I thought it was enough, but I see that it probably was not. Thanks though.
Complete thread -- Got it. "TOLAC" = trial of labor after cesarean
Complete thread -- Orthopedics or orthopedics??
Complete thread -- Thx for thoughts.
Complete thread -- got any context?
Complete thread -- maybe in depth fusion (Fusion: the ability to use both eyes together at the same time)
Complete thread -- right shoulder _______ pain
Complete thread -- ohh stop your crap, both have embryonal residual.
Complete thread -- Previous C-sections. D: Declines s/l "proac". Its not VBAC, but a "p" or "t" sound
Complete thread -- yeah, agree, merely expressing a thought, the OP probably had also.
Complete thread -- ahh wav there now, when using iinezold would require more cautionx
Complete thread -- I caught the a versus an. Thanks so much. The linezolid was tough to hear.
Complete thread -- might look weird, but that is the way it is spelled.
Complete thread -- I can hear it
Complete thread -- misstepping - does not look right huh, hyphen does make it more readable to me
Complete thread -- which is A selective (you expanded an SSRI) and I hear linezolid too.
Complete thread -- bet that is it. It is all scrambled together in a blur, but I sort of it. Thanks
Complete thread -- I hear it. Maybe I will make it an MP3.
Complete thread -- linezolid (Zyvox)
Complete thread -- misstepping (since dictionary has misstep)
Complete thread -- wav not there yet but since mentioned SSRI (selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor)
Complete thread -- how would you put miss stepping here?
Complete thread -- important to know prior angioplasty of what to determine stent used.
Complete thread -- wav file, patient with cystic fibrosis, feeding tube, pancreatic insufficiency
Complete thread -- and OP is talking about a male and you are posting things about a female with embryonal
Complete thread -- what? HUH?.
Complete thread -- was "partially" dictated? would go with partially correctable then
Complete thread -- please disregard (bolster)
Complete thread -- s/l "avulser" plse sm for context
Complete thread -- I totally agree :)
Complete thread -- Yes I think introital is one of the words, thanks.
Complete thread -- 1 cm is 1 square centimeter (or 1 cm2) so your last one 3 cm2
Complete thread -- I think a skin lesion there would be bad anytime :)
Complete thread -- s/l "pos-in-torital" looks like post coital ( following intercourse).
Complete thread -- _______ introital
Complete thread -- best to post voice file, no idea what "the come up" means
Complete thread -- I would not either
Complete thread -- I think emboyonal suggestion correct (Sarcoma botryoides (embryonal)
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- don't you have to memorize them with Instant Text?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I would not, but i hate that phrase. I like "more than" but...they all say that. grrr
Complete thread -- Word help - s/l "pos-in-torital" skin lesion
Complete thread -- yes or maybe shortening Cephalexin - thanks very much!
Complete thread -- I started using autocorrect and never could remember my shorts...
Complete thread -- would you put comma before phrase "more so..."
Complete thread -- please note numerous corrections
Complete thread -- after bone scan you have "which was negative" twice.
Complete thread -- Word help
Complete thread -- Keflex?
Complete thread -- your s/l makes me think of embryonal
Complete thread -- thanks for the suggestion.
Complete thread -- thanks oscar
Complete thread -- Word help
Complete thread -- if you can't superscript it (which you probably can't nowadays) I'd use sq cm.
Complete thread -- necrotic/gangrenous foot. Pt to continue his antibiotic s/l Sir-licks 500 mg po tid
Complete thread -- formoterol
Complete thread -- The defect measured 3 cm squared or 3 cm2?
Complete thread -- I couldn't find anything either. Was just what I was hearing.
Complete thread -- I flagged and asked for feedback.
Complete thread -- Solu-Medrol? Really did not hear that.
Complete thread -- I tried searching on both of those and did not get any hits. It could be the phrasing.
Complete thread -- Big guess here but I think I here medrol at the end.
Complete thread -- second missing word - stepped? depth?
Complete thread -- I think the 2nd word is adaptive or close to that. Will flag. Thanks
Complete thread -- me too - autocorrect
Complete thread -- Only Instant Text for me.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I thought either gross or growth.
Complete thread -- gross ___ ?
Complete thread -- as opposed to a noun (i.e., an oil well, a water well, an offloading well)
Complete thread -- Spiriva 1 capsule inhaled daily, ___________ 1 inhalation daily
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- well, yeah
Complete thread -- if you check out the references, I think you will understand it better
Complete thread -- the whole sentence would be helpful - "well" probably being used as an adverb here.
Complete thread -- it is the s/l well that I am questioning
Complete thread -- google metatarsal offloading. Seems to be supported.
Complete thread -- google: metatarsal dome offloading
Complete thread -- ever heard of a metatarsal dome and offloading well. I can find metatarsal dome
Complete thread -- *having another bad spelling day*
Complete thread -- I don't another progream, I just use Word autocorrect.
Complete thread -- Yes, I know that is whay I posted. Can't figure it out. :)
Complete thread -- Are there any MTs here who do NOT use InstantText or a similar program?
Complete thread -- Great thanks
Complete thread -- yes it makes sense
Complete thread -- yep - that's how I'd do it.
Complete thread -- passively correctable?
Complete thread -- Does transcribed sentence make sense?
Complete thread -- Tolvaptan is used to treat hyponatremia, which is low sodium.
Complete thread -- Tolvaptan is used to treat hyponatremia, which is low sodium.
Complete thread -- SM
Complete thread -- sodium closely because *the come up* may require tolvaptan.
Complete thread -- ? thin, but noncachectic male
Complete thread -- ? nodule
Complete thread -- ? prior angioplasty and XT stent
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- has more restricted range?
Complete thread -- I'd use commas here... apparently, per the MRI, a torn meniscus.
Complete thread -- mumbler-s/l mas struck range (??)
Complete thread -- double huh...
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- colocolonic anastomosis
Complete thread -- ESL - surgeon
Complete thread -- ?octreotide
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. The archives were confusing.
Complete thread -- Actually found this in archives. I thought it said both, but reading closer, 36 +12 is it
Complete thread -- I think it is a +12 stem.
Complete thread -- patient was on therapeutic antibiotics
Complete thread -- huh?
Complete thread -- hip replacement - Johnson and Johnson/S-ROM 36 + 12 stem. Is it 36 +12 stem?
Complete thread -- followup visit (one word) with AN orthopedic surgeon
Complete thread -- Therapeutic antibiotics are given for an already established, tissue invasive, infection
Complete thread -- reread again, no question on punctuation at all dear MT. You are showing sm
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- that thing that holds the packaging materials and boxes for you to use)
Complete thread -- Found Automated Postal Center (APC) is a self-service kiosk that gives ...
Complete thread -- however the OP not familiar with term or studies, a glossary would help with dictation sm
Complete thread -- I googled - postal distribution APC - and it showed me pictures (not sure what it stands
Complete thread -- blood flow?
Complete thread -- The injury occurred when an *A P C* fell apart and a shelf struck the upper part of h
Complete thread -- not giving name of antibiotic, something like "in turn started on antibiotics
Complete thread -- what was it? (I was gonna suggest spigelian)
Complete thread -- i think i found it...thanks
Complete thread -- a guess, sonogram showed wet flow (kidney) as opposed to solid
Complete thread -- s/l...la-gave-e-an hernia...sm
Complete thread -- probably much quicker for helpers if can post a voice file sm
Complete thread -- commonly heard term in OPs, means bowel is slid between the fingers sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I found it in Medscape.
Complete thread -- It has some *wet flow* in it, and consistent with a cancer until proven otherwise.
Complete thread -- on a UR6 needle (or UR-6) not and 0-6. BUT, can't get your blank. sorry!
Complete thread -- found this- restore function is possible using an inverse/reverse solution
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Someone else asked this in Dec 2004 here! But no answer given.
Complete thread -- let me try better explaination. Stands with= agreeing to the decision sm
Complete thread -- Found it. Piriformis-start antegrade femoral nail (see link)
Complete thread -- Then, _____ an additional 5 mm trocar
Complete thread -- "ran the small bowel" is correct - I think "in" is "and" though.
Complete thread -- don't feel silly - I didn't know until I looked it up either.
Complete thread -- Treitz using bowel grasper *we ran the small bowel in* approximate 30 cm from the lig
Complete thread -- patient was _____ antibiotics.
Complete thread -- sounds like hemodialysis pt (Permcath) l'd say, stands with = still using binders sm
Complete thread -- Thanks, but definitely not Stryker.
Complete thread -- the decision was made to manage this with *ox shta* medical management,
Complete thread -- Could it be "Stryker?"
Complete thread -- Silly me. That was easy to look up and it does make sense. Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- As a sidenote remark, the history of the patient correlates... ?
Complete thread -- Does that make sense to be given with potassium? I sent wav just in case.
Complete thread -- His phosphorus is 7.2. He *stands* by his binders. He states he is using Permcath.
Complete thread -- slang for lidocaine (I always spell out)
Complete thread -- rotation movement of both *everse and inverse* rotation e
Complete thread -- It is lido. Is that written any special way?'
Complete thread -- s/l estart antegrade femoral nail (see message) Thanks!
Complete thread -- infiltrate?
Complete thread -- The patient received 60 mEq of IV potassium with __(s/l lidel?) over 6 hours
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Castroville is about 15 miles.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Placerville? I looked up California towns that start with a P. There were 2.
Complete thread -- Every time I try to search it throws me at this - Thomson Reuters
Complete thread -- s/l presserville, CA - somewhere near Santa Cruz TIA
Complete thread -- As an aside or at the site? something a remark, the history of the patient
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- there is still trace(s) to mild knee effusion.
Complete thread -- The patient had prior angioplasty of *E J* stent with 12-mm Bard balloon on
Complete thread -- evaluation is suggested. ____ with history of the patient correlate
Complete thread -- There is ____ to mild knee effusion noted.
Complete thread -- knee replacement in 2012 and ___ in 2013.
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- Social History: he does IT for "thompson Luters" 44-yo male.
Complete thread -- ESL doctor (Hispanic) and not quite catching one word...
Complete thread -- from recruitment of the brachioradialis.
Complete thread -- She can flex her elbow once past neutral, but this is for _____from brachioradi
Complete thread -- That was already suggested and determined to not be the answer.
Complete thread -- to both.
Complete thread -- I was thinking both could fit, that was why I started researching..probably could make an
Complete thread -- I'd think non-cachectic would not be thin... more like, thin, bordering cachectic...
Complete thread -- thin, bordering non-cachectic (think, but not bordering cachectic... non doesn't quite
Complete thread -- oh, i'm not arguing, just from what I've typed, .. LOL
Complete thread -- Exam rvld a thin s/l bodering non-cachectic male. (phys exam).
Complete thread -- actually, there is one of me (both of them are me)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Will go with Of ...
Complete thread -- I can't really speak from experience lb, I was just going by my
Complete thread -- here is the link, pretty interesting. Look for advancement and undermining
Complete thread -- thanks to both of you!
Complete thread -- my reasoning - see message
Complete thread -- I dont think you'd undermine the flap closure, you undermine before flap closure
Complete thread -- BOS pg. 189 (SM) - don't think you cap Haemophilus according to this?
Complete thread -- gosh, both makes sense (to me.) Probably would chose *of*
Complete thread -- thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- not sure if you'd cap Haemophilus since "influenza" isn't there... wait for someone else
Complete thread -- and fits better than of
Complete thread -- capitalization pls sm
Complete thread -- The patient is 4 years status post excision of a scar of the lower abd ...
Complete thread -- gee, whatever would make you think that?
Complete thread -- What a mountain for a simple question asking how to simply punctuate.
Complete thread -- There is not one "stalker." The patiet wanted to know how to punctuate EMG/NCV in
Complete thread -- Something tells me this person grabbed it and ran.
Complete thread -- Here is a better link...
Complete thread -- Cartiva (see link) It should be followup in both instances.
Complete thread -- Mr. is a 66-year-old male seen in follow up in Dr. office for follow u ...
Complete thread -- sounds familiar :)
Complete thread -- Ignore me, I dont know WHERE extension came from!
Complete thread -- geez, my fingers were typing something my brain didn't tell them to do.
Complete thread -- forward flexion/resistance...
Complete thread -- or that too :)
Complete thread -- I think means forward flexion against resistance. I would type with /
Complete thread -- I opt for forward extension (on) resistance or extension/resistance, OR
Complete thread -- hyperextensible ? I hate when docs say stuff like this. maybe
Complete thread -- s/l hyperextentile extension
Complete thread -- Had the OP googled EMG NCV, it would have come right up that these are 2 different things
Complete thread -- forward flexion resistance or forward flexion, resistance...
Complete thread -- if the OP doesn't know what the words are, how would they possibly know to
Complete thread -- <groan>
Complete thread -- didn't hear wav; listen for in-stent REstenosis
Complete thread -- wow -thank you!
Complete thread -- bone island?
Complete thread -- WAV posted - see message
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- LOLOL.
Complete thread -- in-stent
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks nm.
Complete thread -- This is the same troll/stalker. Pay no attention, I've been doing this many many decades
Complete thread -- excellent obliteration of her left carotid aneurysm with no ____ stenosis.
Complete thread -- It is a long time troll/ stalker who dislikes definitions being given sm
Complete thread -- A certain poster nearly never pays attention to the actual question and posts
Complete thread -- can also hear saddle anesthesia, tho likely oasis has it
Complete thread -- What do you mean Google helper post?
Complete thread -- That's probably what it was. Thank you. nm
Complete thread -- I would use your last entry
Complete thread -- Ohhh, it is the infamous "helper" post. Google pay you for these?
Complete thread -- yep, elbow, radial neck.
Complete thread -- s/l cozalamine is probably Colchicine =for gout sm
Complete thread -- thanks for sharing, new one for me. " human metapneumovirus (hMPV)"
Complete thread -- do i need a comma here or not?
Complete thread -- agree may also hear (at some time) TTE transthoracic echo or echocardiogram
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- agree, for next time google.com and your phrase sm
Complete thread -- and or EMG/NCV
Complete thread -- EMG NCV or EMG and NVC??
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- (if dictated that way)
Complete thread -- subgluteal? (subluteal brings up subgluteal in a search on google)
Complete thread -- botulinum-A (or even onabotulinum-A) Don't leave off the A
Complete thread -- buttocks in the s/l "subluteal" region
Complete thread -- *I quit* (for today)
Complete thread -- giggle. you guys are crackin me up
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- botulinum toxin
Complete thread -- 25 units of sl*blob-so-lin-ah-toxin** were injected at the 3 and 9 o'clock positions
Complete thread -- at least you did type freatment authorization request
Complete thread -- Darn it! I get so excited to post the answer, and I mess it up!
Complete thread -- Treatment Authorization Request (TAR) and Service Authorization Request (SAR)
Complete thread -- is this a California account? California Medicaid requires TARs for tons of stuff.
Complete thread -- Authorization Request (TAR) and Service Authorization Request (SAR)
Complete thread -- that is why the insurance requires a TAR for it!
Complete thread -- okay, thanks. I used the slash
Complete thread -- lol!!
Complete thread -- Not sure, either, still lookin...
Complete thread -- Those "freatments" are a real pain. Hee hee
Complete thread -- Treatment
Complete thread -- I would type that skin/integument. I have a provider that always says
Complete thread -- there is TAR-Freatment Authoriation Request needed for some procedures/surgeries
Complete thread -- you can put skin/integument if it is verbatim.
Complete thread -- s/l tar and thar ?
Complete thread -- Feet:She has claw toes. She has intact skin integument bilaterally. sm plse
Complete thread -- could it be: Immediate Post-Operative Prosthesis (IPOP)?
Complete thread -- I wasn't being rude. I meant thanks for "veins." I was focused on the abdomen part.
Complete thread -- Pt with below-knee amputation/s/l *high pop* was discontinued and knee immobilizer/sm
Complete thread -- any time :)
Complete thread -- When followed by disease/syndrome/etc. #1 blank. von Willebrand disease.
Complete thread -- OMG! how did I get so way off? Thanks for the bonk on the head - needed it
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- low dose and elevating dose (start on low dose and titrate it up) i dont think he's
Complete thread -- Alzheimer's?
Complete thread -- Does it sound like he's correcting himself from low dose to elevating dose?
Complete thread -- PMH List:(#1) s/l El-sinus and Parkinson's disease, medication controlled.
Complete thread -- *medusae
Complete thread -- yeah, on, not all over.. lol
Complete thread -- I heard "ON the abdomen, prominent veins, no caput medusa"
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Numerous angiomas on the abdomen; prominent veins (thanks blpogh)
Complete thread -- on the abdomen, prominent veins.
Complete thread -- abdomen prominent veins
Complete thread -- Numerous angiomas, on the abdomen, prominent.
Complete thread -- angiomas all over the abdomen, prominent veins.
Complete thread -- Abdomen: Distended but no shifting dullness and no fluid wave. No rig ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Got it, human metapneumovirus (hMPV)/nm
Complete thread -- bubble study. Also, it's transthoracic - not transverse
Complete thread -- I always tell my husband it is time to call it a day when my fingers forget how to spell
Complete thread -- bowl/bull/bowel
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Tried onelook. Pediatric pt with RSV, pneumonic (s/l) mesenemovirus infection /sm
Complete thread -- The patient's condition was complicated obviously because of
Complete thread -- obviously because of ...
Complete thread -- that is funny. every time I try & type ring finger, I type ringer finger without fail
Complete thread -- The patient is a 68-year-old male with a past history of alcoholic cir ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. My 2 thoughts were both wrong. Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- This has been prevously reduced by the ED physician.
Complete thread -- wav file again. I have 2 guesses.
Complete thread -- Even knowing what he said before, and thinking maybe that is a standard, I still did not
Complete thread -- yeah, I can see (hear) how that would be the case with that guy!
Complete thread -- Had to flag and send - he said it very clearly, not ESL. Thank you!
Complete thread -- mesalamine, but that is for ulcerative colitis, Crohn's, etc.
Complete thread -- Skip this. It will go to QA, more blanks.
Complete thread -- gout medication colchicine?
Complete thread -- I do have 1 H&P done by him with what he said in this area before. I will
Complete thread -- wav file. This is a presurgery H&P for broken ankle
Complete thread -- medication s/l cozalamine
Complete thread -- saddle paresthesias?
Complete thread -- listen for "sign of paresthesias"
Complete thread -- see message. Thanks!
Complete thread -- actually my fingers were typing ocunormal - go figure. I must have done it 10 times 10
Complete thread -- surrounding context - sentences before and after
Complete thread -- of course it does .. just typed in ocunorm, Caps do not affect search
Complete thread -- sounds like doctor is saying patient denies any "silent" paresthesias. Didn't make
Complete thread -- No, it is not you. Even spelling it correctly, if you do not cap it right, it will not
Complete thread -- Thanks "shoot me now, so embarrassed" I fingers were apparently on autopilot
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- same search with Google IMAGES, provides even PICTURES of said
Complete thread -- OcuNorm 60 vegetarian capsules - NaturalWellnessCorner.com
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- I did. So weird, I still get nothing, used no quotes, used quotes, could you post a link?
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- google it ocunorm vitamin
Complete thread -- I don't find it when I search google??
Complete thread -- sure, neutral position (0 degrees), no flexion
Complete thread -- I would type through
Complete thread -- OcuNorm - this is a vitamin. I did not find it when I searched the archives.
Complete thread -- If doc says: L3 *through* S1 dermatomes - would you type as that or use a dash
Complete thread -- The new trend is to drop the 's.
Complete thread -- of pain as he starts at a *zero* position upright and flexes to 78 degrees
Complete thread -- Okay, thanks. I went back and forth. If you add an or to the end, makes it singular, but
Complete thread -- has (easch can stand alone) mho
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- has been or have been?
Complete thread -- double-check that it's not...
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- LUNGS: Clear bilaterally, no crackles.
Complete thread -- I think I'm getting...
Complete thread -- Trying to get a better recording…
Complete thread -- Wav file uploaded. New acct for me and ESL. Not sure on much of this portion.
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Thanks!!!
Complete thread -- von Willebrand disease, von Willebrand's?
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- good context, by the way, p
Complete thread -- 1:1 sitter
Complete thread -- New account and worktype for me…ESL doctor (Hispanic).
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- to catch or be caught.
Complete thread -- he is also anxious to have an opportunity to return to cheerleading in ...
Complete thread -- never mind, see other poster's answer.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- "mets" is plural, metastases.
Complete thread -- "gram-positive cocci in pairs and chains" is what I hear, but I could be
Complete thread -- you're welcome. :)
Complete thread -- Thanks for helping me!
Complete thread -- a little bit more, but not all...
Complete thread -- WAV file. Just started on this account and struggling with this dictator...
Complete thread -- Juncturae tendinum? (google brought this right up by typing in your s/l
Complete thread -- junctura tendinae
Complete thread -- fifth MTP joint at the s/l juncturi tendoni ...
Complete thread -- I wish we could pend too. I know it is possible on this platform as I worked on it
Complete thread -- or metastasis...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I feel for you that can't go on to another report before finalizing
Complete thread -- 4+/5
Complete thread -- How do you transcribe 4+ out of 5? His grip strength is 4+ out of 5 bilaterally.
Complete thread -- That is exactly it. Wish I had waited.
Complete thread -- PA student?
Complete thread -- okay. Thanks so much
Complete thread -- Flagging and moving on, thanks.
Complete thread -- Yes, it means that and I always expand.
Complete thread -- does "bone mets" mean bone metastases and should it be expanded as such?
Complete thread -- this is social history so nothing is really pertinent. He is for cellulitis.
Complete thread -- wav file, gentleman is a Marine.
Complete thread -- lots of references for "proteinaceous subdural" collection, effusion
Complete thread -- s/l gobeg may be global=entire as opposed to a specific task/thing
Complete thread -- You're awesome!
Complete thread -- Thank you all. It seems like that makes sense. New dictator for me, so unsure
Complete thread -- praxis maybe?
Complete thread -- perhaps just vague? *of uncertain, indefinite, or unclear character or meaning*
Complete thread -- vague?
Complete thread -- S/l covague
Complete thread -- would phobic fit by any chance?
Complete thread -- Wish there was a way to spell it like a noun - proteinacen
Complete thread -- cool beans, poi!
Complete thread -- I hear proteinaceous also - "Proteinaceous subdural collections frequently evolve from
Complete thread -- SM
Complete thread -- Sorry, can't think of anything
Complete thread -- but i'm not sure that fits either with an MRI
Complete thread -- sounds more like proteinaceous to me
Complete thread -- SM
Complete thread -- Posted WAV. Maybe it is pronation but that seems weird.
Complete thread -- I will post a wav when poster below is done.
Complete thread -- I then googled protonation MRI that also came up with some stuff, but I'm just not sure
Complete thread -- It really does not fit the context. Pronation is close. He has an extra syllable there
Complete thread -- I found protonation but could not figure out if it fit the context.
Complete thread -- nah, pay me no attention today.
Complete thread -- I googled protination subdural hematoma and see the word protonation but didn't click on
Complete thread -- sounds like protination
Complete thread -- dictators jump around a lot, our job to sort it. Short fingers refers sm
Complete thread -- boy, I was a good guesser on both. This is also what I hear on your wav
Complete thread -- Even though I'm selecting the other file (named differently), the 1st shows up!
Complete thread -- …I will try the med again…
Complete thread -- It was being stubborn! Kept refreshing and thought it finally changed to the med…
Complete thread -- wav is the other question you had, not the medication
Complete thread -- this is what I hear on wav "involuntary eye movements", not medication
Complete thread -- Wav is uploaded for the meds… Hope that helps!
Complete thread -- Let me relisten. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Tried to upload but was having trouble with the upload. :-(
Complete thread -- no involuntary eye movements?
Complete thread -- Cogentin?
Complete thread -- what, no WAV?
Complete thread -- Need help with ESL doc and psych note (patient has schizophrenia)
Complete thread -- well done!
Complete thread -- ?? no idea what you mean at all. Is this from OP or what
Complete thread -- for what it's worth, I'd make that ejection-quality murmur
Complete thread -- that was gonna be my guess too, as i read down the posts, since he said
Complete thread -- My guess would have been carotid...but agree, never guess.
Complete thread -- Read/re-read the first part of the above, which is exactly why I made sure to
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Please note: No tenderness TO palpation or rebound tenderness.
Complete thread -- got it, ejection quality. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Please post the sentence before and after the s/l, including the sentence w/ the s/l.
Complete thread -- ...but if you can't even hear him, just flag it. Don't take my GUESS unless you are sure.
Complete thread -- Okay, just a GUESS...abdominal, carotid, etc.
Complete thread -- Word help
Complete thread -- jetsquat is the s/l
Complete thread -- 1/6 jetsquat murmur at the base.
Complete thread -- Do you have a sound-like?
Complete thread -- Word help
Complete thread -- you can hear the commas?
Complete thread -- transvalvular
Complete thread -- ? claudication, peripheral vascular disease
Complete thread -- depends on MTSO acct specifics, no two the same
Complete thread -- mentioned BPH, alk phos test to rule in or out cancer, tho probably need another word here
Complete thread -- can you post a voice file
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- history of cardiomegaly, s/l cauterizing general vascular disease TIA!
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- found it! actinic keratosis
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- is he shortspeaking ecchymosis? (ecchy?)
Complete thread -- he said in exam later: He has severe scattered AK across the back :)
Complete thread -- ...just did exam and he said He has severe scattered AK across the back :)
Complete thread -- BTW, "a bladder diverticulum" or just "bladder diverticula".
Complete thread -- I also hear AK's (they should not do that, =Evaluation of Acid and alkaline phosphates i
Complete thread -- Diagnoses, yes. But "differential diagnosis" has ALWAYS been correct.
Complete thread -- Yes, I am not sure either. I am wondering if AK belongs somewhere else and not related to
Complete thread -- yeah, s/l "the ak's" ?? no idea what he means.
Complete thread -- can't confirm anything...ak's? dak's?
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- can also google.con the drug name and side effects, it's quicker nm
Complete thread -- can also google.con the drug name and side effects, it's quicker nm
Complete thread -- ...but then, you never know...
Complete thread -- ...but I think "high" is more likely, poi!
Complete thread -- good point oasis
Complete thread -- Hmmm. There are IPAP and EPAP pressures, so either "I" or "high" could be right.
Complete thread -- high
Complete thread -- If I still had a player from my teens, it would be an 8-track :)..glad it worked for you.
Complete thread -- BiPAP s/l eye or high pressure of 17 with PEEP of 7. TIA!
Complete thread -- I too would go as dictated.
Complete thread -- hmm, things sure keep changing each year, used to be marked off
Complete thread -- I really like participating on this board. You always learn something.
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- statins are associated with cough. He dictates that alot in clinic reports for patients
Complete thread -- Ohhhhhhhhhhhh! I get it. Still very confusing.
Complete thread -- Oh, and I like the "all statins" SM
Complete thread -- Obviously, the dictation can be interpreted many ways.
Complete thread -- "Statins are now believed to potentially cause a chronic dry cough" I guess.
Complete thread -- Question is, What is associated with a cough?
Complete thread -- I'd send it to QA and let them figure it out.
Complete thread -- ...and he says this is associated with a cough... SM
Complete thread -- yes, this doctor makes me want to pull my hair out
Complete thread -- this doctor always talks about his own short fingers with rectal exams
Complete thread -- Okay, here is a possiblity (see message)
Complete thread -- YW!
Complete thread -- I have no idea who is being the comic, the patient or the doctor (see message)
Complete thread -- thank you so much for that link :)
Complete thread -- anyone out there this morning?
Complete thread -- Sorry about that...see references in link from American College of Cardiologists
Complete thread -- See the references listed in the link below (
Complete thread -- docs still use tapes? LOL
Complete thread -- unsure how to type this
Complete thread -- From yesterday, I found an old Sanyo cassette player in a closet. My cassettes all
Complete thread -- I did, and the # of hits was not impressive, so I was looking to see if valid
Complete thread -- Google transvalve pressure...
Complete thread -- transvalve pressure??
Complete thread -- usually hear lacunar
Complete thread -- Head CT shows s/l luh-nik-u-lar infarct TIA!
Complete thread -- obliteration
Complete thread -- Wav file uploaded. X-ray question. Thank you.
Complete thread -- no, it should always be differential diagnosis, singular.
Complete thread -- Is differential diagnosis done as differential diagnoses? doc s/l diagnoses.
Complete thread -- my inclination: lumbar spinal stenosis, L4-5 degenerative...
Complete thread -- the OP is wondering where the comma goes, and it's a good question
Complete thread -- I'd just go with what was dictated.
Complete thread -- Lumbar spinal stenosis L4-5, or stenosis, L4-5.....
Complete thread -- Thank you very much! 1st day and 1st time transcribing this doctor.
Complete thread -- s/l "ee cee calus"
Complete thread -- E. faecalis...
Complete thread -- Enterococcus faecalis, which is ampicillin susceptible.
Complete thread -- Wav uploaded. ESL doctor.
Complete thread -- That is the 2nd ED BTW
Complete thread -- ain't right. Ordinals page 230, 10.1.3. In healthcare documentation, "all ordinals are
Complete thread -- ain't right. Ordinals page 230, 10.1.3. In healthcare documentation, "all ordinals are
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- alkaline phosphatase, JMHO.
Complete thread -- For lab work would this be typed ALK PHOS, alk phos, or alkaline phosphatase in a
Complete thread -- I definitely am. ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Excellent, thank you, that's exactly what I needed.
Complete thread -- sounded to me like "at the zoo" tape.
Complete thread -- thanks, that must be it.
Complete thread -- Oh, how about "adhesive tape"?
Complete thread -- since he has had 2 strokes, and he was so clear, I would give it to him.
Complete thread -- No, not what I said.
Complete thread -- a vertebrobasilar system stroke can cause "crossed signs"
Complete thread -- as well tape?
Complete thread -- see link and do a ctr F with"Right-sided hemiparesis involves injury to the left side"
Complete thread -- and he repeats the left-sided weakness later.
Complete thread -- ALLERGIES: Include penicillin __________tape.
Complete thread -- would you flag this as a possible right vs. left discrepancy?
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- With...
Complete thread -- without or without hyphens?? see inside
Complete thread -- thank you :)
Complete thread -- ...uvulopalatopharyngeal surgery :)
Complete thread -- UPPS maybe uvuloplatopharyngeal surgery?
Complete thread -- I have heard of UPPP (Uvulopalatopharyngoplasty).
Complete thread -- I choose to expand to quadriceps myself
Complete thread -- anyone?
Complete thread -- needing to know what his abbrev is and what it expands to. Assessment/plan section
Complete thread -- 9 short arc quads while sittting. would "quads" be considered slang in this note
Complete thread -- first part - the serial?
Complete thread -- Only one I am clear on is "consult" at the end. What kind of visit is this?
Complete thread -- that would explain why I could not find it... darn G :)
Complete thread -- oliguric
Complete thread -- s/l ole uric or awl uric ?
Complete thread -- WAV uploaded. 1st note with this dictator… Patient with chest pain.
Complete thread -- thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- (it does still sound like any palpitation (or crepitation?) and shortness of breath
Complete thread -- oops, but I can't "get it" - sorry!!
Complete thread -- I can hear it now, but I can't
Complete thread -- it says: She did say to note that this was a “scaled-down version” and does not include
Complete thread -- and, I found this - the differences between BOS 2 and 3 -
Complete thread -- While "browsing" on the net, I found this BOS out there. Looks legit, for those of
Complete thread -- don't know what happened, I always check it. Please try now.
Complete thread -- sorry, it won't play for me.
Complete thread -- slowed it down and reposted mp3
Complete thread -- okay, thank you all!
Complete thread -- Yes, I'd put it just how you have it.
Complete thread -- verbatim acct and he did not dictate "use" =/
Complete thread -- I would think USE 25 modifier - our doesn't make sense (to me)
Complete thread -- but that still doesn't make a lot of sense to me. can you slow him down a hair?
Complete thread -- I think it is "and" shortness of breath, s/l any palpitation and shortness of breath ??
Complete thread -- so is that typed correctly then? Our 25 modifier for injection of a large joint.
Complete thread -- Significant, separately identifiable evaluation and management (E/M) service by the same
Complete thread -- but it is still 25
Complete thread -- it is a coding thing, for instance, billing code might be 82798-25 (25 being the modifier)
Complete thread -- that is a CPT code (billing) modifier.
Complete thread -- that was said as two five not twenty-five
Complete thread -- doc said in assessment/plan "Our 25 modifier for injection of a large joint."
Complete thread -- she does not get any ____________ in shortness of breath from the activity level that
Complete thread -- Oh, I feel your pain. I ate bonbons today and read some on my kindle since i had nothing
Complete thread -- Mercy Hospital Emergency Room OR emergency room at Mercy Hospital.
Complete thread -- I am sure it is a company thing. I personally think it should be
Complete thread -- That's how we were told to do it too.
Complete thread -- wow, new one for me, poi. we were told to cap it, so maybe it is a company thing?
Complete thread -- I guess I better check my friend google.com to see if I have that.
Complete thread -- I'd check. We are told to cap it with facility name. Mercy Hospital Emergency Room/Depa
Complete thread -- I think abc123's feathers come pre-ruffled.
Complete thread -- Good idea.
Complete thread -- This is actually a digital compact disc player with cassette player. I don't think my
Complete thread -- Well, the cassette player stayed in the unheated house also, so that could be it. I'll
Complete thread -- BOS 2 says no - page 46-47
Complete thread -- hahahahaha - I almost posted something like that earlier but didn't
Complete thread -- try you local library, they might have a player, just hang on to them, something might
Complete thread -- maybe they got hit by THE truck in THE plane and *bang!* lost A job.
Complete thread -- Yes, and I think its in the BOS somewhere?
Complete thread -- hopefully they haven't driven over a banged
Complete thread -- should emergency room be caps when following name of place?
Complete thread -- I hear ya. I was hoping our new little friend who wanted to be "confirmed" would show up
Complete thread -- Since I have nothing better to do than gab, I looked at about 7 different drug pages until
Complete thread -- I agree with the brittleness. I had some but had no player to play them on and ended up
Complete thread -- You might try a different cassette player, that issue sounds like the player
Complete thread -- Not medical and I know this isn't meant to be a chat board,
Complete thread -- The whole sentence might have helped us
Complete thread -- Word help
Complete thread -- good find, LB - and even fits with skin problems.
Complete thread -- something about the liver or spleen maybe?
Complete thread -- dullness (to percussion) (probably)
Complete thread -- Vectical?
Complete thread -- Word help
Complete thread -- Agree, either that or for post-exposure prophylaxis.
Complete thread -- thank you both very much!
Complete thread -- I wager a diagnosis is AIDS/HIV with the first couple meds, but more info would definitely
Complete thread -- what is the rest of the PMH? -- could it be Plaquenil?
Complete thread -- see link (not saying it is right, but it is definitely possible)
Complete thread -- it is low, but very possible - my systolic is often <100.
Complete thread -- I'm sure it is possible. (I googled blood pressure 95/80)
Complete thread -- I can't find anything, perhaps your word might start with a B? But, just
Complete thread -- would a BP of 95/81 be possible (didn't say 195/81).
Complete thread -- wow, talk about a range of guesses!
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- nonsmall?
Complete thread -- removed for breast cancer?
Complete thread -- with node? for breast cancer (just guessing)
Complete thread -- help on a drug, tried Med List. Plse sm
Complete thread -- History of right mastectomy _______ breast cancer
Complete thread -- I think it means like when the cough keeps coming on top of itself, u can't catch breath.
Complete thread -- very!
Complete thread -- checked the dictionary and there is *a sequence or series, as of events, thoughts, etc* so
Complete thread -- archives - Dec 27 we had a dictation of cough in "trains" - we all heard it.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- yes, he must be saying trends. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Not sure about that one. Trends? kinda fades off. Maybe shortening wav
Complete thread -- thanks so much! What about the "comes in trains" ??
Complete thread -- frequency of micturition or any hematuria?
Complete thread -- travel time, coming back this way,
Complete thread -- 9th of January
Complete thread -- I apologize ahead of time for it being so long :(
Complete thread -- the general thinking was the difference between an (or a-) without and non = not. so the
Complete thread -- long +wav because I am not hearing him right and not making sense =/
Complete thread -- s/l micturition in the hematuria
Complete thread -- oooh - singalong! maybe we can do that here sometime!
Complete thread -- haha - funny how things get conflusi
Complete thread -- Thanks for the help
Complete thread -- I've got a PA who loves here non-words 'stool was non-bloody, non-maroon, non-tarry, etc.'
Complete thread -- lemme guess... do you also go by 123456 and abcdefg? (yes, I AM do very welcome)
Complete thread -- shows also given for anxiety, not just used as an anticonvulsant.
Complete thread -- gabitril?
Complete thread -- Well, I do spend my days with a 2-year-old, so I do appreciate
Complete thread -- okay :) I thought you were upset I had not responded :)
Complete thread -- When they say non, I give it to them, even added it to my spellcheck.
Complete thread -- Medication - s/l "zib-a-tril"
Complete thread -- = )
Complete thread -- I'm sorry. I didn't mean that. I meant: Really, ignore my post!
Complete thread -- I am verbatim acct, and he says nonicteric, and QA has never corrected that
Complete thread -- wasn't ignoring, I had went back to my report
Complete thread -- not necessarily "wrong" since most doctors say it and it has become acceptable to use (as
Complete thread -- maybe the planes/trucks/elevator poster will come back and we'll have some fun
Complete thread -- agree!
Complete thread -- I have always typed it as nonicteric... ? that is wrong?
Complete thread -- I found it... abcdefgh and 123456. I guess we're lonely, eh poi? Even had my initials
Complete thread -- thanks to all! :)
Complete thread -- I know, right?! I was so proud of myself, but looks like OP moved on... :(
Complete thread -- Ignore my post...I can take it!
Complete thread -- yup
Complete thread -- Non-icteric but anicteric is correct word
Complete thread -- thank you! Now I hear it :)
Complete thread -- so like this?
Complete thread -- muddy
Complete thread -- ooooh...good one O!
Complete thread -- skip my prattle (I made no sense) Looks good (to me)
Complete thread -- sclerae are slightly _____??
Complete thread -- like minds...
Complete thread -- relisten to make sure heart sounds are irregular vs regular
Complete thread -- You could put End-stage liver disease with the others as #2, but looks fine to me the way
Complete thread -- it looks good- you could seperate endstage liver disease from hepatitis
Complete thread -- It is not so much that the dictator "clearly says" anything - it is what WE clearly hear (
Complete thread -- doc ran off all sounding as if 1 thing.. we have to put in #'d list... help!?
Complete thread -- wow, and I missed all the fun!? I'm sure I could have jumped on the bandwagon to find out
Complete thread -- agree, thought there was something there.
Complete thread -- I "think" I hear "He is calm." before his affect is appropriate.
Complete thread -- I would put Conjunctivae are pink. There is no discharge. the way you have it, it looks
Complete thread -- Thank you, both.
Complete thread -- I'm not sure but think the comma would go outside the ( ), but all the rest looks good.
Complete thread -- :( I hope there is a fix soon :(
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I have IE and it does the same thing to me, I have to shut the page down for about 15
Complete thread -- duh thanks
Complete thread -- maybe "and and wire" is "and band wire"? There is a "tension band wire" that can be used
Complete thread -- Thanks all.
Complete thread -- you're do very welcome schmink.
Complete thread -- agree, just found and came to post pellucidum link
Complete thread -- my suggestion (SM)
Complete thread -- thanks guys! :)
Complete thread -- coarse (not course) lung sounds.
Complete thread -- his affect is appropriate?
Complete thread -- who said inversion doesn't exist? It was a sound file and it sounded like E-vess.
Complete thread -- will leave them with theirs (not believe them)
Complete thread -- and *we will leave* them with theirs. (not "believe")
Complete thread -- makes sense to me. K-wires are a specific type of wire but they
Complete thread -- He is alert and oriented x3. _____.
Complete thread -- septum pellucidum
Complete thread -- MRI brain mass at septum s/l puh-roo-suh-vem level TIA!
Complete thread -- Google Chrome and IE tabs will not play most recent posted +wav
Complete thread -- what I hear does not make sense
Complete thread -- Ankle fracture 15 years ago with ORIF. The patient presents now
Complete thread -- here you go. Inversion term does exist. Link
Complete thread -- long sentence - comma help here please
Complete thread -- maybe Abrunson is Armstrong? sm for list of ear tubes link
Complete thread -- nevermind... was able to find in patient's Archives :) Dr. Markowitz
Complete thread -- also unfortunately I have no idea what type of doc this is as he threw this in a note
Complete thread -- Coos Bay, North Bend, Roseburg, Eugene, sometimes Portland area but rare
Complete thread -- unable to understand or find what I think I hear, Dr. in Oregon
Complete thread -- eustachian tube? (did the pt have tubes placed previously?)
Complete thread -- Google.com??? never heard of it. Hmmm. Did you even listen to the sound file?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- ooh - how about genu recurvatum instead of rocker bottom??
Complete thread -- An *Abrunson* tube was found in the ear
Complete thread -- Nah...I'm sure you're right on.
Complete thread -- I'm thinking he is just chewing "chromic and skin was (chewing) reapproximated
Complete thread -- 1. and advanced in repeated layers? no guess in #2
Complete thread -- no idea, sorry :(
Complete thread -- yes, axial, a description term to ID location/position/plane/view
Complete thread -- Would make sense, but he's not saying that. Thanks for the input!
Complete thread -- I shouldn't point fingers - apologize if I'm wrong.
Complete thread -- Could you tell who made those posts? Who breezes through
Complete thread -- oops- that was a reply to an old post. Guess that's what happens when the post falls off!
Complete thread -- Huh? whatszat mean
Complete thread -- google.com your friend, Just google ankle ranges of motion sm
Complete thread -- nothing sad about it. It's our choice to come here at any hour.
Complete thread -- two ?s
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- We all said it was okay, and OP was still confused. We were having fun... what assumptions
Complete thread -- congenital?
Complete thread -- s/l general rocker bottom TIA!
Complete thread -- absolutely!
Complete thread -- The small words are the hardest, right?
Complete thread -- thank you!! I kept hearing "not" instead of but... :)
Complete thread -- I googled inverse but only came up with mathematic stuff, which is why i didnt suggest it.
Complete thread -- allergic, but quite possibly, having said that, he has got...
Complete thread -- unsure what he said, because what I hear does not seem to make sense
Complete thread -- to me too. But look at how confident billybob is with his answer! Not even a ??
Complete thread -- inverse motion.
Complete thread -- exactly, but it sure makes sense.
Complete thread -- were used to make sure there were no residual membranes were left in the...
Complete thread -- that's what I wanted to hear too - sure that's just not wishful hearing?
Complete thread -- I can picture that and it sounds right, even though I can't explain it.
Complete thread -- eversion?
Complete thread -- sounds like "E ves" to me too. No idea, sorry.
Complete thread -- extension and on _______ motion of the ankle
Complete thread -- Exam under anesthesia revealed *a axial to* anteverted uterus and cervix
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- with pain on extension and on *E ves* motion of the ankle joint
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- submucous resection in a *fan and sweeping* fashion.
Complete thread -- Two questions
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- gentle REtraction
Complete thread -- When the sidewall of the uterus had been put in such a manner, gentle...
Complete thread -- oozing from the _____ especially where
Complete thread -- sidewall of the uterus had been _____. Gentle traction was placed
Complete thread -- extended bluntly and the *knotty ball* was placed through the incision
Complete thread -- LOL! No, I can't say I have.
Complete thread -- forgot to state that wp3 is uploaded...argh ...
Complete thread -- help with oph
Complete thread -- analysis project, I think. can't catch the blank.
Complete thread -- Yes, I can imagine it's no fun with such poor audio.
Complete thread -- 23 minute dictation at this clarity - not fun at all
Complete thread -- I don't know the blank but "included" should be acquitted.
Complete thread -- has done well so far 6 months into his residency program. The first 6 ...
Complete thread -- research year/s
Complete thread -- He has invested much work into the chronic subdural hematoma and now h ...
Complete thread -- slash s - year(s)?
Complete thread -- He is however quite certain that this is cerebrovascular neurosurgery, ...
Complete thread -- i got it as "plant" ...
Complete thread -- right, like Des Plaines
Complete thread -- stumps? What is procedure?
Complete thread -- Extensor digitorum longus tendon s/l strips/flips/slips...pls help
Complete thread -- instead of "the plane, " listen for city name maybe
Complete thread -- Got it. Thanks ...
Complete thread -- Dominant left frontal pneumatization ventilated via a ____ technique. ...
Complete thread -- listen for: driving a truck AND a plane
Complete thread -- plains?
Complete thread -- but the dictator clearly says "in the plane"
Complete thread -- no
Complete thread -- how do you drive a truck in a plane?? makes no sense
Complete thread -- Is it correct?
Complete thread -- Is it correct?
Complete thread -- is it correct?
Complete thread -- it was following this that she had...?
Complete thread -- I actually babysit my 2-year-old granddaughter all day, my "work hours" are when
Complete thread -- thx for all input.
Complete thread -- kinda sad, if spend so much "work hours", here on this board
Complete thread -- Bang. Slam into.
Complete thread -- I agree. Is that a problem?
Complete thread -- Oasis, haven't you ever driven over clanky metal plates on the road in construction zones
Complete thread -- mine says mid is able to stand along as well as non etc, best to go with
Complete thread -- mine says mid is able to stand along as well as non etc, best to go with
Complete thread -- My thought too for poi and LB, is a social outlet, lonely, spend so much time hours here
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- If this is what was dictated, then go with it, just fine to me.
Complete thread -- Various sources cite that when you have two identical words, use a comma to separate.
Complete thread -- I believe all the questions on commas are mostly from fairly new MTs and so
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- No, you need that in there! :)
Complete thread -- Is it ok to take one "that" out?
Complete thread -- Hmm, I would have used the comma.
Complete thread -- The OP sentence is just fine, Unbelievable "down the page posts"
Complete thread -- no comma
Complete thread -- how do you type that that??
Complete thread -- my spell checker likes it all one word
Complete thread -- I opt for mid-periphery
Complete thread -- mid periphery or midperiphery?
Complete thread -- thought we were in church for a minute.
Complete thread -- confirm me, or confirm for me?
Complete thread -- LOLOLOLOL. good one!
Complete thread -- (mine stays in the gutter)
Complete thread -- ;)
Complete thread -- Yeah, you have to be careful when you "transcribe" that one!
Complete thread -- haha...that is heading into another realm. (mind in the gutter)
Complete thread -- On another note, I could read the BOS every day and still learn something new.
Complete thread -- Back when I worked in an office, my coworker and I were "Justa Secretary" and "Justa
Complete thread -- just another title to add to our resume. :)
Complete thread -- another great word!
Complete thread -- I prefer dictologist!
Complete thread -- the other day, doc dictating said, "excuse me, dictationist, please go back..." so, I
Complete thread -- ...that is "have a great QA team"!
Complete thread -- I hear you! I am lucky to have great a great QA team.
Complete thread -- I don't know if they are or not. Have always not wanted to rock the boat LOL!
Complete thread -- Ain't that the plain truth, poi? Sigh!
Complete thread -- If your QA is approachable, you could share the article posted above.
Complete thread -- I am just a transcriber :)
Complete thread -- Well, we are "medical language experts," so we should use the right word, right?
Complete thread -- Neither here nor there, but ...
Complete thread -- hey LB...just want to know. Did he get fired? haha...bad joke, I know.
Complete thread -- There will always be different opinions on this. This article is very convincing, though.
Complete thread -- what a silly thing to fuss about. I think some people have too much time on their hands
Complete thread -- makes no sense to me.
Complete thread -- LOL! and my employer just stated it is disk and not disc =/
Complete thread -- we cant confirm without listening to what you are listening to?!?
Complete thread -- no, he hit the elevated plate...and banged. or, did it go boom?
Complete thread -- Article from MTDesk.com supports disc for all things medical (see message/link)
Complete thread -- I myself preferred disc over disk as well, but now am told it is disk for all :(
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- I use disc for back (radiologist preference)
Complete thread -- they pointed me to BOS 2 P.140 which states disk for all anatomic and surgical
Complete thread -- I use disk for back and disc for eyes. not sure if that helps you or not
Complete thread -- trying to verify
Complete thread -- please confirm me, i have only 2 minutes left
Complete thread -- ...but what is an elevated plate?
Complete thread -- I bet it's hit an elevated plate and banked (tilted, like an airplane)
Complete thread -- maybe you need to flag?
Complete thread -- banged the elevated plate (according to sentence)
Complete thread -- I'm sorry. I cannot do that. I cannot hear what you hear.
Complete thread -- and it should be "were explained"
Complete thread -- extrapyramidal (check my spelling)
Complete thread -- please confirm me??
Complete thread -- and banged what?
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- Seeing that Solana is the company name, I'd cap it.
Complete thread -- Maybe a stack of metal plates that are elevated in a warehouse.
Complete thread -- WAV uploaded
Complete thread -- Elevated plate doesn't make sense to me.
Complete thread -- banged - a sudden loud noise. Makes sense to me.
Complete thread -- Solana dermal graft or solana??
Complete thread -- please help me, it's a stat report!!! i just want to know is this sentence correct??
Complete thread -- Acarbose (Precose) prescribed for type 2 diabetes?
Complete thread -- is it right??
Complete thread -- is it right??
Complete thread -- Type 2 diabetes med
Complete thread -- I go by both of these rules, and they are good ones to remember!
Complete thread -- yeah, it is not the first (or the last) stupid, mispronounced, or incorrect thing
Complete thread -- Wow! Thanks for confirming.
Complete thread -- I just wanted to share a few grammar/editing tips that have helped me tremendously sm
Complete thread -- going with transient and a note - thanks.
Complete thread -- yes, it is a FNP
Complete thread -- I hear trans cardiomyopathy
Complete thread -- Status post recent hospitalization for congestive heart failure, pneumonia, pleural
Complete thread -- thanks, not awesome, just experienced (and old)
Complete thread -- House–Brackmann (murphy's law, found it right after I posted)
Complete thread -- His halspeckman grade was 6 on the right.
Complete thread -- Oh, you're awesome. I did not catch that at all. Thanks so much! ...
Complete thread -- SM
Complete thread -- cooling protocol?
Complete thread -- Neuro....s/l colin protocol
Complete thread -- and we enjoy having you here, poi! i love this board, even though it seems only a few of
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- Thanks both...I think enekfe your's makes most sense.
Complete thread -- I flagged. This is one picky guy. Cannot be too safe with him. Thanks all.
Complete thread -- well, he could have been fired for being hit by THE police truck, either way
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- totally agree! I have been told to go to a chat board before from someone on this
Complete thread -- this is what I hear, too medial collateral ligament, lateral collateral ligament
Complete thread -- well, he got fired, so he was a traffic cop who was hit by a truck. not "the" truck, just
Complete thread -- best watch out being conflusi - yesterday someone commented about the women griping on a
Complete thread -- how about this... SM
Complete thread -- I agree, I guess I just don't get the "was" thing
Complete thread -- Long sentence - comma help
Complete thread -- Thanks. I am checking all my samples now.
Complete thread -- Ayyyyy
Complete thread -- I'm afraid we're just making the poor OP even more conflusi.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- could even be medial and lateral compartments, but since he
Complete thread -- I like "conflusi" better. ;)
Complete thread -- A fits SO much better than "the"
Complete thread -- wow, he musta been flying!
Complete thread -- Glad you got it!
Complete thread -- could be. he is going so dang fast!
Complete thread -- corner for both, then says about the posterolateral corner? not 100% as speedy gonzales
Complete thread -- Actually, I'm contused too. OP maybe meant "a" or "the" police officer, not truck... but
Complete thread -- I think he is saying med collat - medial collateral ligment and lateral collateral ligamen
Complete thread -- You won't believe it, but he is saying intravenous fluids. Thanks.
Complete thread -- wav file, diagnosis is below. Thanks
Complete thread -- oh...there is the answer the OP is looking for! I was so contused! :)
Complete thread -- does that make a difference between "a" or "the"
Complete thread -- "a" is an indefinite article (just some truck), "the" is definite (a specific truck)
Complete thread -- I'll listen for that. Thanks.
Complete thread -- and it says he WAS a ..... so he isn't working as one anymore... right?
Complete thread -- well, it says He WAS a traffic enforcement officer. Why question it if he doesnt work
Complete thread -- thanks! :)
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- I agree
Complete thread -- think he says I had the opportunity to perform a stress echocardiogram
Complete thread -- unable to catch beginning. Letter to doctor
Complete thread -- I was terminated from a job because I fell from A ladder and broke my leg.
Complete thread -- Crystalloids?
Complete thread -- it is still confusing me because in the report, dictator also said
Complete thread -- thnx ...
Complete thread -- hypothermia, 78 degrees. .... Internal sploits at 40 degrees celsius.
Complete thread -- well, traffic enforcement officer... ;)
Complete thread -- or he was a police officer
Complete thread -- No, whatever the editor does has no bearing on what we typed, unless of course they fix
Complete thread -- a truck - as you have it.
Complete thread -- looks good to me.
Complete thread -- is it right??, i am confused about "a" and "the", trouble in listening!!
Complete thread -- I can see that, IF it changes the meaning. At some point, do these
Complete thread -- They do where I work, IF it changes the sentence in meaning. I've not had it done (yet).
Complete thread -- Just curious about all the comma placement questions. Do these large
Complete thread -- I'd probably not comma after him,
Complete thread -- comma placement?
Complete thread -- thought so, just wanted to verify! thanks!
Complete thread -- para 3-0-0-2
Complete thread -- How do i write para 3002?
Complete thread -- Sure. Small words can sometimes be hard to hear, anyway.
Complete thread -- sure you can "write" in that "style", but what was dictated? I would not
Complete thread -- ??? it has to do with the doctor dictating, what the account wants you, verbatim? Can
Complete thread -- ??? it has to do with the doctor dictating, what the account wants you, verbatim? Can
Complete thread -- that I can discontinue or that I discontinued her
Complete thread -- can we write in this style, mentioning "have", plz thnx
Complete thread -- skip second suggestion, too many additions.
Complete thread -- "discontinued" or "that I can discontinue"
Complete thread -- Is this sentence right, structure wise
Complete thread -- Is this sentence right "structure wise"
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks - I was close. I like yours better.
Complete thread -- good for you. yes, that is what I hear.
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- does Zeel tabs sound right??
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- can't verify anything. (tried)
Complete thread -- anyone?
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- unable to catch what he is saying
Complete thread -- trachael interspace (you're picking up the /l/ from tracheaL)
Complete thread -- tracheostomy tube Holder (Dale trach ties)
Complete thread -- i found ring on google, but i don't hear him saying ring.
Complete thread -- same tracheostomy
Complete thread -- can any of those pumonary artery suggestions be determined during a
Complete thread -- to raise the blood sugar as quickly as possible. sounds okay to me
Complete thread -- ring?
Complete thread -- Neptazane ?
Complete thread -- tracheostomy - my first
Complete thread -- He gets ? a couple of times. (gets UP? a couple of times)?
Complete thread -- I found "Suraj" as a spelling.
Complete thread -- yes, good point. patient had carcinoma and a colectomy pls sm
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I do it all one word - followup - for a noun. For a verb, it is follow up. I never use
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- oops
Complete thread -- med s/l spells *Nephtezal*
Complete thread -- I saw Mr. XXX today in follow up of his emphysema. (Not follow-up correct?)
Complete thread -- I was just wondering about the Hipaa about it all. I know I can't post here.
Complete thread -- I have one acct with no demographic feed and they want phonetic, but i've been lucky
Complete thread -- if you have the last name and it is not super common, you can google around with guesses?
Complete thread -- Patient was given dextrose s/l in a soup. TIA!
Complete thread -- I made a guess, and we only have to spell phonetically, so it as good as any other.
Complete thread -- do any of you have to enter patient's names? We do no spelling given a
Complete thread -- 25% to 30% (if you go by BOS)
Complete thread -- acute treatment? (and it is Coreg on #3, not Corge)
Complete thread -- listen for PA sats (pulmonary artery saturation)
Complete thread -- consistent with (not consisted with)
Complete thread -- s/l *a Q* treatment
Complete thread -- often typed: E/E'
Complete thread -- hypertension with an RVSP of 45 mmHg, *E/E prime* of 10 that consisted with normal le
Complete thread -- ohh - I just snapped that blpogh is our old friend LB with her new name.
Complete thread -- physical assessment? pulmonary assessment? some in-office screening tool they use?
Complete thread -- or PaCO2
Complete thread -- I'm wondering if he is trying to say PaO2 is 99%?
Complete thread -- per BoS 2, you spell out pounds unless it's in a table, and then it is lb. (not lbs)
Complete thread -- what could be PA in vital signs pls sm
Complete thread -- pounds
Complete thread -- better late than never!
Complete thread -- good idea
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I'm always last to the party..agree with what blpog said. haha
Complete thread -- before pacemaker it sounds like he says "number next, history of pacemaker"
Complete thread -- yep - what blpogh said
Complete thread -- 1. with severe LV dysfunction. 2. History of pacemaker for bradycardia.
Complete thread -- PAST MEDICAL HISTORY: Severe ischemic cardiomyopathy,------- dysfunction, ------- pa
Complete thread -- Thank You
Complete thread -- makes sense but I had to look it up to get exact definition. Was it clearly said?
Complete thread -- thought that maybe too
Complete thread -- disparate midline abdominal fascia.
Complete thread -- good deal. I'd have never gotten that, since it looks like an "Aussie" medication
Complete thread -- Got it. It is Colgout
Complete thread -- order sets?
Complete thread -- I used it.
Complete thread -- given the geriatric fracture ________ for completion
Complete thread -- Sorry, I can't get it from that sound file, but did hear a bird tweeting.
Complete thread -- indents (puts a dent in) the thecal sac
Complete thread -- It sounds like colgat. I have posted a file
Complete thread -- trace - to follow the track - makes sense to me
Complete thread -- It can go under any of these. There are no *correct* headings or format for a PE.
Complete thread -- again in impression
Complete thread -- When discussing gait, which PE heading is used musculoskeletal, neurologic, or gait.
Complete thread -- SM
Complete thread -- colchicine?
Complete thread -- "consistent with a valve transplant." Leave in #4- aortic valve replacement
Complete thread -- 14 is in the normal range that I see. what are you questioning
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- cardiac exam:
Complete thread -- no PSH.. this was it
Complete thread -- The patient has a condition called familial Mediterranean fever.
Complete thread -- what do you hear? Is there something you didn't hear clearly?
Complete thread -- He does cut himself off on #4. Does he give a past surgical history?
Complete thread -- nah, if "chest" is dictated, you don't need to add lungs - interchangeable headings.
Complete thread -- unsure and wanted to verify
Complete thread -- Look correct, or should I add LUNGS too? ETT with "CHEST" as only heading dictated.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I have numerous other flags now. Will question that one.
Complete thread -- maybe spoon feeding ...
Complete thread -- is it right???
Complete thread -- Atlantic Rehabilitation Institute?
Complete thread -- WAV file, Modified barium swallow study
Complete thread -- Finally, i got. It was "Oseni" ...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- geriatric fracture *autosets *
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- sounds like obsen A ...
Complete thread -- No hyphens
Complete thread -- Do you have a sound file or a sound-alike?
Complete thread -- Fill the Blank plx...
Complete thread -- sling and swathe or hyphenated? SM
Complete thread -- The patient works as a nurse for ARR or ARI (Morristown NJ area) - any ideas?
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- finger cot
Complete thread -- abdominal wall confirmed by *tracing* the PEG tube with the scope and turned easily
Complete thread -- A *finger cut* was placed in both nostrils. Inside the *finger cut* was
Complete thread -- yes, I think hyper fits. If it was hypo, the pt would be taking a thyroid supplement.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thank You
Complete thread -- thank you. Would that fit with hyperthyroidism. Most people have "hypo", but I think I h
Complete thread -- I *think* he starts to say "XRT" and corrects to "radiation treatment"
Complete thread -- Past Surgical History: Right thyroid __radiation treatment.
Complete thread -- I thought she said forum and then was not sure if she corrected. Thanks
Complete thread -- she says "by her" then corrects to "f-f-f-from her DPOA"
Complete thread -- BSA for body surface area makes sense, but not really your s/l
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- back or GU.
Complete thread -- okay. Thanks
Complete thread -- Do they state that the patient drinks? If so, BAC would work.
Complete thread -- it fits under any of those, if there is no "back" already, I use back.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- require makes better sense...is dictator ESL? -I have one that says prescribe for describe
Complete thread -- when doc says "no CVA tenderness" at the end of report what heading should I use
Complete thread -- Never mind. I think it is just noted.
Complete thread -- anybody? I am still around
Complete thread -- MP3 file, thanks. I think I hear it.
Complete thread -- with the other micro-grasper _______ exposing cystic duct
Complete thread -- SCDs (sequential compression devices)
Complete thread -- Cannot give him Lovenox because of low platelets, so will do **SEDs?
Complete thread -- never mind.. it should be chains.
Complete thread -- There were no suspicious masses, tumor, or lymph nodes or lymphatic *change* versus
Complete thread -- Pt is obese with a s/l BIC or BAC of 2.03. TIA!
Complete thread -- "with flattening and dents" or "flat and indents"?
Complete thread -- I think I hear inquire, but wouldnt it be "require"?
Complete thread -- Correct. It was a hemolyzed
Complete thread -- Correction hypothyroidism should be hyperthyroidism..
Complete thread -- Past Surgical History: Right thyroid __radiation treatment.
Complete thread -- The patient works as a nurse for ARR or ARI (Morristown NJ area)
Complete thread -- Thank you! ...
Complete thread -- anyone here?
Complete thread -- S/l Clotted
Complete thread -- in continuity makes sense. can't hear mp3 as i am on my kindle
Complete thread -- in continuity makes sense. can't hear mp3 as i am on my kindle
Complete thread -- The doctor has an otoscope with a blow tube or a pneumatic tube and bl ...
Complete thread -- patient with multiple hereditary exostoses
Complete thread -- Makes sense to me. Maybe cold air caused earache. nm
Complete thread -- Thanks for coming back with the information.
Complete thread -- traumatic? (history/chief complaint?)
Complete thread -- I would go with one or the other (my or these) but not both. JMO ...
Complete thread -- S/L *probably pneumatic* otalgia. she is pulling at her ear.
Complete thread -- it is correct sentence??
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thnx
Complete thread -- bilateral
Complete thread -- it's fine
Complete thread -- ..GERD, seasonal allergies. Apparently has ___________ diaphragm weakness which was
Complete thread -- is this sentence correct??
Complete thread -- not sure who you're talking about . i offered my help but didn't see any reply
Complete thread -- Well, if the shoe fits, they have to wear it. Why do you care? What have you offered
Complete thread -- It's obviously someone who is having trouble with the English language, would you think?
Complete thread -- What happened to there is no silly question? No matter what!
Complete thread -- women??
Complete thread -- what is wrong with people (women) stop being so nasty, rude, unkind.
Complete thread -- would it ba a contused, an contused, or the contused
Complete thread -- www.google.com/#q=a+or+an
Complete thread -- Kinda freaky.
Complete thread -- seriously...
Complete thread -- actually, it depends on what they say... if they say "the" then use it. Did we finish
Complete thread -- dictator often use only partial product descriptions & makes it so hard for MTs sm
Complete thread -- Why do I get the feeling we are getting innundated with someone testing ???
Complete thread -- Well!! if i do use "the" then will it b okay??
Complete thread -- If it goes thru spellcheck, I use seatbelted.
Complete thread -- something about the "y" sound. if it was seen by an unusual (different sound) then an...
Complete thread -- a
Complete thread -- what would be? a, an and/or the
Complete thread -- I have had them use movements, muscles, motions...
Complete thread -- I don't see any reason to put a comma before worse? I agree with no punctuation there
Complete thread -- I'd go all 1 word. In many dictionaries seatbelted
Complete thread -- it will be hyphenated? seat belted or seat-belted
Complete thread -- well, if that is a sentence it starts with a cap and ends with a period. What I thought
Complete thread -- period after pain
Complete thread -- same thing, you have it
Complete thread -- BOS page 63: This is a 59-year-old white woman.
Complete thread -- no, about sentence??
Complete thread -- are you asking about the comma? Sure.
Complete thread -- looks good to
Complete thread -- or no punctuation at all works just fine
Complete thread -- is it right???
Complete thread -- k thnx ...
Complete thread -- yes and a comma after evening
Complete thread -- can "coma" be used before "worse" in this sentence
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- and if they say EOMI, then use that (unless you have to expand)
Complete thread -- depends on what they say? Stedman's has: (SM)
Complete thread -- what should we use in PE!! "Extraocular movements/muscles are intact"
Complete thread -- check a dictionary or perhaps be more specific in your question.
Complete thread -- QA corrected to oncotic pull, therefore
Complete thread -- Sign and symptoms
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- a hyphen may be used. (To may be used instead, even when the conditions are met)
Complete thread -- there was a question earlier when I typed it wrong, but oscar had
Complete thread -- It is a range so whatever your account preferences. I would think 5 to 15, kind of
Complete thread -- Thanks! 5 to 15 or 5-15?
Complete thread -- just like that
Complete thread -- How do you transcribe CPAP auto-titrate mode of "5 to 15"?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- doc name - located in Indiana
Complete thread -- I think I got it- very large +4 tonsils abutting the uvula
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Very large +4 tonsils and s/l budding uvula.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- no and I would not put a comma after old either
Complete thread -- LOL! Google "gel hand port" and you get confirmation. Sigh!
Complete thread -- would you put a comma between white and female?
Complete thread -- 12-hour days
Complete thread -- Thanks. Got it - it's UP3 (UPPP)
Complete thread -- Is this how you would write this? 12-hour days.....two 12 hour days...
Complete thread -- thank you very much!
Complete thread -- I found 1 site with pepper pot technique. This is not a lot but it was for laryngeal
Complete thread -- checking, but Mallampati is Roman, I
Complete thread -- Oh, I think I understand (see message)
Complete thread -- I did not hear the sino at first. I clearly did later. She gave the word about 5 syllables
Complete thread -- CO2 laser microlaryngscopy and biopsy, plse sm
Complete thread -- Gel HandPort (see message)
Complete thread -- Oropharynx: Mallampati class 1 with *s/l EP3*.
Complete thread -- Symmers' fibrosis?
Complete thread -- Got it - presinusoidal
Complete thread -- sounds like sour dough
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! I kept trying to make it - for instance
Complete thread -- I think she says, cancel last sentence, then begins again with "The complications..
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- subsequently, titrating CPAP to 6 cwp, there was...
Complete thread -- there is welding maculopathy and solar maculopathy...
Complete thread -- apnea-hypopnea index of 14 with an SpO2 of 85%, ______ and CPAP of 6 cwp.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I keep hearing "on caw-duck pull" :(
Complete thread -- I almost thought I heard "caught up" in there, but it didnt make much sense with the other
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- hemivibratory?
Complete thread -- Her neurologic examination is unremarkable except for left hemisensory ...
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- that I would flag. Agree, crackles aren't normal. Perhaps minimal?
Complete thread -- I wonder if he's trying to say "chronicify"
Complete thread -- this is in the differential, it is not "the" diagnosis.
Complete thread -- oops, text said toxic ingestion(didn't have this part up to read)
Complete thread -- sometimes dictators do use initials of relatives, nursing staff etc
Complete thread -- yep, if not comfortable since your initials on report, flag with your thoughts
Complete thread -- I know you flagged already but did you see in your text about "toxins"
Complete thread -- Dr. Smith, physical therapist, is patient's aunt s/l HMI.
Complete thread -- He also says "normal" bibasilar crackles. Crackles aren't normal, so...IDK
Complete thread -- Shuttle Relay™ suture passer (caps for term that precedes symbol R or TM
Complete thread -- He has a southern accent, but I can't hear bilateral. I will flag. Thanks to both of you.
Complete thread -- agree, with such extensive lung dx, unlikely to be only 1 side (lateral)
Complete thread -- a guess s/l carnicfy might be calcify sm
Complete thread -- bilateral?
Complete thread -- s/l lateral pneumonia (see message)
Complete thread -- thanks for the link, been awhile since doing ear stuff, a bit rusty on products
Complete thread -- s/l carnicify
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- can you post a voice file to double check, I've heard of lumbar puncture blood patch
Complete thread -- you were right - to a high RDI of 14
Complete thread -- mild OSA with an AHI of 9 _____ RDI of 14.
Complete thread -- going to post a wav - still unsure
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! Appreciate it.
Complete thread -- 4 base-in prism in the right eye and plano and a5 base-in prism
Complete thread -- oops...listen for numbers...92.5?
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks. I think base is in there but not sure. Am missing something else
Complete thread -- period after evaluate. (list for numbers on your blank)
Complete thread -- labyrinthine artery? double check my spelling
Complete thread -- labyrinthine artery
Complete thread -- It is unclear whether this is a true vestibular schwannoma or whether ...
Complete thread -- sleep study - AHI of 9 *to high*
Complete thread -- no, no, I didn't really mean YOU were jumping on me... you're right about assuming.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I changed my answer, but what I *meant* was one 300 mg tab in am, two in pm (=900 mg)
Complete thread -- thanks, prob right, but I had to flag and send.
Complete thread -- Just remember, not all doctors pronounce things correctly, so I'd go with the liquefactive
Complete thread -- sorry oscar, didn't mean to appear to "jump on" you. Your experience
Complete thread -- I betcha is LigaSure =5-mm LigaSure® was used to divide the mesoappendix and sm
Complete thread -- I knew I would get jumped on for this... SM for my revised answer.
Complete thread -- ahh, bet this is correct, tho do check out, but prob. is
Complete thread -- I did look around, don't find, sorry
Complete thread -- this changes the dictation???
Complete thread -- Medical definition for the term 'liquefactive necrosis'
Complete thread -- if clear, used to dictator, I would go as dictated for sure!!
Complete thread -- s/l liquafascial (s/l all one word, not hearing liquiD)?
Complete thread -- 900 mg to 1200 mg a day, 300 and 200 is way closer to what you put and what they
Complete thread -- I would either type as dictated or flag. I think oscar is correct in assumption,
Complete thread -- that was not what you had he dictated though?
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- stuttered over remains
Complete thread -- 300 mg in the morning and 200 in the evening
Complete thread -- The patient still remains .... (what I hear)
Complete thread -- (cm of) water pressure
Complete thread -- Got it - 9 cwp
Complete thread -- if you can edit, I'd put "lithium 300 mg, one in the morning and two in the evening."
Complete thread -- CPAP at 19 *s/l WP*?
Complete thread -- thank you poi!
Complete thread -- What would you do with this sentence, leave as is?
Complete thread -- lidocaine gel
Complete thread -- Finally, three second-degree piles were also banded and ____gel was applied
Complete thread -- postbronchodilator suggesting asthmatic component also. The patient’s ____________
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- listen for "the doctor felt" (rather than found)
Complete thread -- You can put yours back now.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- You put your wav on top of mine. I put mine back up.
Complete thread -- abnormal PSG (polysomnogram)
Complete thread -- abnormal PFT? History of present illness
Complete thread -- unsure what he says
Complete thread -- CHIEF COMPLAINT: Hypersomnia, snoring, abnormal ____
Complete thread -- lol - thanks guys! that's what I was hearing, too. Figured it had to be something else.
Complete thread -- it s/l "...to go on the economy and do so..." but doesn't make sense to me
Complete thread -- hear pretty clearly "economy" (don't ask me to explain it though...haha)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- uploaded WAV
Complete thread -- I hear it now. Thanks to both of you!
Complete thread -- there was some atrophy?
Complete thread -- sorry that was for post below
Complete thread -- some atrophy?
Complete thread -- auto CPAP with pressure support of 6-16 cm is recommended
Complete thread -- trial of auto-CPAP with pressure support of 6 to 16 cm...
Complete thread -- Does sentence make sense?
Complete thread -- The doctor found it was ______. He recommended
Complete thread -- ? CPAP with support of ? cm... Sorry!
Complete thread -- Overnight pulse oximetry...
Complete thread -- well, I really need to send this because I have had it for too long. Will leave blank.
Complete thread -- yes, in my OP, the dictation is talking about reflux
Complete thread -- thanks anyway! :)
Complete thread -- misoprostol is used mainly for things like ripening the cervix and gastric ulcers???
Complete thread -- N and NPH are the same
Complete thread -- s/l "am buh ding" to me ??
Complete thread -- emptying?
Complete thread -- s/l impeting?
Complete thread -- is that any better? :(
Complete thread -- volume is too low - I can barely hear it
Complete thread -- anyone?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- or maybe....a low blood pressure, was symptomatic. Blood pressure...
Complete thread -- with symptomatic pressure? or something like that?
Complete thread -- unable to catch what he is saying
Complete thread -- Humulin NPH N-100 -- is this correct?
Complete thread -- I hear "jacked up" (increased) - but horrible slang usage if that is true :(
Complete thread -- I would "proximal femurs, greater trochanters, bilaterally.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- and picked up the medications
Complete thread -- a low blood pressure ______. Blood pressure
Complete thread -- help? :) Thank you!
Complete thread -- pharmacist he states and ___ up the medications at this time.
Complete thread -- yes, thank you.
Complete thread -- titers are usually always ratios see msg
Complete thread -- RPR titer 1:2 or 1-2
Complete thread -- I just wasn't sure if he was also freaked out by tight spaces of CT/MRI and vomited
Complete thread -- I would never have gotten that! Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- All 1 thing. The patient vomits when given contrast.
Complete thread -- is this all 1 thing or 2 separate things?
Complete thread -- The left ovary had sigmoid colon over it and was not able to be visualized.
Complete thread -- I wonder if he is saying omentum?
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- okay, going with balanitis and sending
Complete thread -- Thanks. This came in with ligature on VR. The VR on this job is rather good
Complete thread -- If you cannot tell, I'd flag, but sm
Complete thread -- no
Complete thread -- blood patch?
Complete thread -- I've actually not heard "ligature" in this case, though I'm sure it's possible. and, this
Complete thread -- also sounds like bowel lymphitis?
Complete thread -- nevermind about going to post another blank, figured that out. Going to send report :)
Complete thread -- How do you when to use LigaSure or ligature? In this case, it sounded more an S.
Complete thread -- going with that... have another blank to post
Complete thread -- is he saying balanitis?
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- ever heard of Celexa p.r.n. ? NM
Complete thread -- I should have gotten that, thanks so much.
Complete thread -- Tamiflu
Complete thread -- prosthesis and *flood patch* the area and the tympanic membrane
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Eclipse De la Cruz piston
Complete thread -- crimped ? De La Cruz piston.
Complete thread -- Eclipse something piston?
Complete thread -- acoustic?
Complete thread -- s/l clip de la crus piston
Complete thread -- except for occasional *nonpulsatile* tenderness. AND absent _________ reflexes
Complete thread -- No evidence of *course us* septation nodularity or wall thickening
Complete thread -- too soon? He died in 1770.
Complete thread -- But it's really cool that there's a school named for Crispus Attucks.
Complete thread -- lol. I know, surprised me too when I got it.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- is it near Indianapolis, Indiana? I'm hearing...
Complete thread -- I also gave him a pamphlet for Rock Steady Boxing to look into. He is ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- stint - a period of time spent doing something.
Complete thread -- He rarely saw bile and never blood in the episodes preceding this 2-week worsening __
Complete thread -- it could be just relay, not necessarily the trademark suture.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Relay™ suture
Complete thread -- The sutures from this anchor were passed through the capsulolabral tis ...
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- change in ring size, ( her fingers are swollen)...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- to
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- Thank you for pointing that out.
Complete thread -- I think there are cumulative adjectives in there...see message
Complete thread -- looks fine to me
Complete thread -- Yes you are correct.
Complete thread -- Because it is one-half "normal saline" not "half-normal" saline. Normal saline is a unit.
Complete thread -- commas plural.
Complete thread -- hmmm, what is the difference between one-half and half? Check a couple of pages later
Complete thread -- Not sure if I got comma's in right place??
Complete thread -- one-half normal saline is correct (BOS 245); half-normal is incorrect (BOS page 259)
Complete thread -- and the one-half normal saline was changed way back because that is not correct.
Complete thread -- yes, you need that - in there for sure 3/8-inch
Complete thread -- wait.. here's another to confuse me even more:
Complete thread -- from what I see: and in that case, I wouldn't spell it out.
Complete thread -- thanks to all. I think 3/8-inch mass does look best :)
Complete thread -- If you can recast: about a 3/8-inch mass
Complete thread -- I'd put 3/8 inch mass
Complete thread -- BOS on writing out fractions (see message)
Complete thread -- BOS is confusing on this one. I believe they recommend spelling it out (three eighths)
Complete thread -- I would type is as you have (as dictated)
Complete thread -- how would you type this? a 3/8 of an inch mass ??
Complete thread -- Never mind. I got it.
Complete thread -- Past OB hx: VIP x 1. (s/l VIP--what is that?) Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- registered to Smith & Nephew
Complete thread -- Endobutton is registered trademark -check above trademark site
Complete thread -- Endobutton or endobutton?
Complete thread -- Thanks, poi. Must be it.
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- en bloc
Complete thread -- unsure what he says
Complete thread -- IUP?
Complete thread -- One more blank.... dictated: Impression: "i-e-p term", active labor."
Complete thread -- That's it! Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- I
Complete thread -- That's it! Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- is that glucose challenge test?
Complete thread -- Thanks, oaompp. Just need to figure out the Lupus ___ test. I got the beta strep test.
Complete thread -- I think the comma is wrong after the trimester
Complete thread -- 1st and 3rd trimester - beta strep test,
Complete thread -- I think I figured that one out: Beta strep screen. Thanks
Complete thread -- Will post wav once post above is answered. Thanks, poi.
Complete thread -- New to obstetrical dictation. Thank you.
Complete thread -- Pregnancy at 38 weeks, in labor.
Complete thread -- more info might be helpful. What is pt being seen for?
Complete thread -- has a beta-thalassemia minor, positive beta "sub" screen, echogenic foci.
Complete thread -- Thanks. He is usually so proper.
Complete thread -- a bad vibe about him
Complete thread -- She went to New York to see the doctor that was going to take care of ...
Complete thread -- I hear eventually.
Complete thread -- sent a wav. Maybe that is what he is saying.
Complete thread -- Doing a total knee replacement. The question is eventually, 2nd paragraph.
Complete thread -- the whole sentence did not make sense to me.
Complete thread -- sounds like dexapentazone and all I can think of is dexamethasone but that is not close.
Complete thread -- there are 2 in there and I can't get either one~tried.
Complete thread -- the surgery was, of necessity, primitive.
Complete thread -- ALLERGIES: Penicillin, sulfa, surgical tape, _____ and oxycodone. ...
Complete thread -- You put your wav on top of someone else's.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Ah ha. That makes perfect sense! Thank you. ...
Complete thread -- I believe he was saying it was primitive based on the information/techniques
Complete thread -- it sounds so clear, but I can't get it to make sense (to me)
Complete thread -- necessity primitive?
Complete thread -- I had now with but when I saw mallet, I thought maybe. Will add comma.
Complete thread -- I would also use another comma after subluxation
Complete thread -- now with
Complete thread -- I would use preop because the preop and postop are used for coding
Complete thread -- MP3 file. I have 2 thoughts.
Complete thread -- I agree. All the above speculation is just that. ding or no ding.
Complete thread -- your?
Complete thread -- I have been but it bugged me every time I got one of his. Though I would ask. Thanks
Complete thread -- You might be right about when the *ding!* occurred. No matter since none of us could get
Complete thread -- I would use preop diagnosis.
Complete thread -- ER?
Complete thread -- there's "pins and needles" in there - I went to listen again, but it is a new wav.
Complete thread -- I flagged. It was a stat and I thought I had no chance of deciding 100% what he was saying
Complete thread -- Per wav - says Prilosec, long pause (lightbulb going off - ding) finished med list
Complete thread -- is exempt from all examininations but two, one of the ____psyc examina ...
Complete thread -- and something afterward.
Complete thread -- What do you think?
Complete thread -- He also felt numbness and _______.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- I agree - a p.r.n. GERD med would fit and does seem to make his lightbulb go off - ding!
Complete thread -- plane? (I googled plain mcmurray test)
Complete thread -- Steinman Test? (see link, has part 1 and 2)
Complete thread -- but he said this med was prn, so it could very well be for the GERD - just repeatin'
Complete thread -- That is what you would tell your account if they question why a change in the first place
Complete thread -- He listed Prilosec already for the GERD.
Complete thread -- Well, hey there, LB. Now I'm gonna have to get used to your new name!
Complete thread -- Your point?
Complete thread -- I love how he pronounced JERD. :)
Complete thread -- I have a feeling it goes with the GERD since he says go back and add that after saying the
Complete thread -- per BOS, Use a comma to separate adjacent unrelated numerals IF
Complete thread -- Stein *one and two* tests are negative.
Complete thread -- s/l plain mcmurray test
Complete thread -- I wondered if he is slaughtering omeprazole
Complete thread -- that is so close. To be on the safe side, I will send to qa.
Complete thread -- I thought one of the prils but I could not find any that would be p.r.n.
Complete thread -- ahh
Complete thread -- not familiar with his accent, but could it be Tylenol pill?
Complete thread -- I sense he is trying to say one of the "prils"?? but cannot catch it.
Complete thread -- Motor *in free exam* in the upper and lower extremities is normal.
Complete thread -- locking
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks. History is at the bottom, thanks
Complete thread -- wobbling?
Complete thread -- There is no swelling, *walking* or giving way
Complete thread -- Thanks, I see what you are saying.
Complete thread -- normal sensation to light touch, bilateral, 5/5 strength, and intact pulses.
Complete thread -- I thought they were saying only Ace was capped
Complete thread -- Click on original post. All information is in the message.
Complete thread -- Sorry, it is blank.
Complete thread -- Sentence is inside.
Complete thread -- That is what the helper post above indicated
Complete thread -- Sorry, not sure what you mean.
Complete thread -- sensation AND strength - separate
Complete thread -- She has normal sensation to light touch bilateral 5/5 strength. (Not sure if 1 or 2
Complete thread -- thank you! Would have never gotten that - LOL. thx.
Complete thread -- peau d'orange
Complete thread -- peau d'orange (check my spelling)
Complete thread -- using above trademark search above, Harmonic Ace (both words)is a registered trademark
Complete thread -- s/l "poodurang" type changes over the lower abdominal wall.
Complete thread -- I'll listen for both those suggestions. Thank you.
Complete thread -- Agree. My accounts would question why a change in the first place? Just punctuate.
Complete thread -- I'd go as dictated 10/10, 24/7 she states.
Complete thread -- I believe only need to cap product name that preceeds the symbol TM or R
Complete thread -- bolstered?
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- Sorry if I confused you, I knew what it means, just numbers were all bunched
Complete thread -- means the pain scale of 10/10 (the worse) 24 hr, 7 days a wk.
Complete thread -- 10 out of 10 in intensity 24 hours 7 days a week. 10/10, 24/7, she states
Complete thread -- 10/10 and 24/7 or 10/10 and she states 24/7.
Complete thread -- pushed off?
Complete thread -- probably best to post a voice file. sm
Complete thread -- too many numbers to me... how would you type this?
Complete thread -- ESL - Patient with shoulder pain, knee pain, some back pain.
Complete thread -- Thank you - I figured that out myself too. Appreciate your willingness to help.
Complete thread -- power scissors/Ace Harmonic
Complete thread -- thanks. Appreciate it.
Complete thread -- i would not hyphenate that
Complete thread -- Sclerosol® Intrapleural Aerosol (sterile talc powder 4 g) is a sclerosing agent for ....
Complete thread -- scissors (and Harmonic is cap'd)
Complete thread -- talc pleurodesis with s/l "verisol"
Complete thread -- Flagging for QA, thanks
Complete thread -- power shears maybe? Power scissors?
Complete thread -- wav file, hysterectomy - thanks
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- What is procedure being done?
Complete thread -- of the left *spurow* completely and
Complete thread -- "she has" would be okay.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- okay.. also, should it be hyphened? discharge-plan nurse ??
Complete thread -- No cap.
Complete thread -- cap or not? discharge plan nurse
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- white count 10.2, ________ 80% granulocytes
Complete thread -- There IS no epigastric tenderness. I hear...
Complete thread -- PHYSICAL EXAMINATION: Skin _______.
Complete thread -- hmm all I can think of is SURGICEL® SNoW™ Absorbable Hemostat
Complete thread -- can't get it, almost sound like tape skipped? Maybe slow way down on your end & relisten
Complete thread -- substituted what? what is the whole sentence please?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- distended urinary bladder
Complete thread -- good job!
Complete thread -- Got it! XOP = x-rays out of plaster. :)
Complete thread -- endometrium is smooth ____ and echogenic measuring
Complete thread -- ASSESSMENT: The patient has a left wrist distal radius and ulnar bu ...
Complete thread -- physiologically ____ bladder.
Complete thread -- ..I did substitute it with s/lcromyl which will help him with the trig ...
Complete thread -- plan for a salpingectomy. As a salpingectomy is not recommended etc
Complete thread -- text says "loss of pigmentation" from the ---so, hypo sm
Complete thread -- Hemostasis secured and s/l*whitishcell* was applied - hemiarthroplasty
Complete thread -- She has nipple-areolar complexes that are *hyperpigmented/hypopigmente ...
Complete thread -- I thought it was connected but I flagged as I had a stat waiting for me. Thanks for helpin
Complete thread -- round ligament (not sure there is a brown ligament)
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- something the left brown ligament and the bladder was dissected away from the lus
Complete thread -- confused here. SM
Complete thread -- Thanks anyway. Moving on.
Complete thread -- nevermind, I like the cat one better.
Complete thread -- yw - I did find that pet ownership is considered a "protective factor"
Complete thread -- maybe something like: protective factor risk at (the 'cat' you hear) no delusions?
Complete thread -- aha! thank you very much!
Complete thread -- wav file thanks hysterectomy
Complete thread -- if pt has a cat, could be cat (i.e., the cat is reason to live, protective factor - not to
Complete thread -- help on a psych consult term, pls sm
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- first one s/l IDDM (insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus)
Complete thread -- History of IDDM since ... sclerae. Heart normal rate and rhythm. abdomen is soft.
Complete thread -- Are you trying to insult Bette or do you want to BE Bette?
Complete thread -- two ?s
Complete thread -- that's why you look at context - only one CVA fits here.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- from researching would say Dennie-Morgan lines (2 people here)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Your ability to form coherent sentences really show a lack of ability to even be an MT?
Complete thread -- Dennie-Morgan fold - Synonym(s): Morgan fold
Complete thread -- google medical abbreviations more than one definition
Complete thread -- Don't give up your day job. Your feeble attempt at psychoanalyzing this is really sad.
Complete thread -- LOLOL>. yeah, right.
Complete thread -- Which is correct?
Complete thread -- EBBOM Bette Davis
Complete thread -- I personally would not put a comma after significant. JMO
Complete thread -- comma check please?
Complete thread -- rme
Complete thread -- no, there is just one CVA. CV can mean cardiovascular in some contexts, but with A is
Complete thread -- CVA always means cerebrovascular accident
Complete thread -- see what she meant, too much fierce anger, reconsider attitude
Complete thread -- DIDN't say so at all. Full of too much fierce anger, in general, toward people, MTs, MTSO
Complete thread -- This is not a new word, just a misspelling of a perfectly good old word- *you* can, but I
Complete thread -- don't has to? Yeah, you're right, I don't has to.
Complete thread -- I was listening so hard for subxiphoid that supplemental never hit the old noggin.
Complete thread -- sorry, supplemental not menta. whoops
Complete thread -- supplementa, I do believe
Complete thread -- There is a BIG difference between accepting new words and just allowing changes
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- so then, how did the words change then, you are too closed & rigid
Complete thread -- glad you figured it out. I agree - some American speakers are far worse than ESLs.
Complete thread -- tendinitis, as per Stedmans Electronic Medical Dictionary 7.0 Subje ...
Complete thread -- don't forget, two def for CVA (brain and heart)
Complete thread -- Some things do remain the same though. How words form do not change. The "correct"
Complete thread -- Just remember, Google is a search engine and everyone with a keyboard can access it.
Complete thread -- Nothing remains the same (with anything) the thing to realize sm
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- I finally got it. She is actually saying that the patient
Complete thread -- or maybe ACD for anterior cervical diskectomy?
Complete thread -- I can't hear that, but thank you.
Complete thread -- can you hear an "I" in there? AICD = automatic implantable cardioverter/defibrillator
Complete thread -- There are some great answers for this question in the archives. The people I trust here
Complete thread -- The patient
Complete thread -- got it thanks.
Complete thread -- When I started working at a MT, I was
Complete thread -- cc or mL with bone marrow aspirate? Is that one that stays cc?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- nope
Complete thread -- Comma after pleasant, ??
Complete thread -- Is ACT prophylaxis correct?
Complete thread -- chuckle, somebody feels good today, cute, gets my juices going too
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- thank you. i will listen again
Complete thread -- found Unasyn
Complete thread -- medication s/l unison for kawasaki disease
Complete thread -- or: from its takeoff from the thecal sac...
Complete thread -- from its takeoff from the sac...?
Complete thread -- I think maybe I am not hearing correctly, maybe it should be something like
Complete thread -- good idea!
Complete thread -- fence?
Complete thread -- Does "take-off" make sense in this context?
Complete thread -- "vents" manufacturing company. Does that make sense? Can you think of anything el
Complete thread -- Badda bing, badda boom.
Complete thread -- good for you. Thank you!!!You gave me a good lead, the answer is
Complete thread -- Does the part in asterisks make sense? I don't understand it.
Complete thread -- doctor located in morristown, but I think patients come from all over NJ (sparta, newark e
Complete thread -- But I did find this (see link). No idear about your second woid.
Complete thread -- I mean, New Joisey's a pretty big place, ju know?
Complete thread -- Ju godda city?
Complete thread -- NJ account: Patient does construction for "patinia- archenel" or "paytone-arjinal"
Complete thread -- Thank you, poi
Complete thread -- I think it is a stutter..started to say sensations and corrected to sensitivity.
Complete thread -- Context
Complete thread -- she has a high ____sensitivity to medications
Complete thread -- I'm amazed I heard one word that was right LOL
Complete thread -- Thanks. I've actually never heard of the company or the brace.
Complete thread -- Thanks pdpabg. I forgot to put the diamond in there. Here's a link for a picture.
Complete thread -- Oops, I forgot the diamond. It is Darlexx diamond black...
Complete thread -- you are good! I didn't want to say that I heard "diamond" black left... wow
Complete thread -- Darlexx black left... Benik Corporation
Complete thread -- Sort of sounds like Medix Corporation? but I'm not 100% on that. sorry
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- and how's that for a stupid answer (I just read inside your post) LOL
Complete thread -- oops, I meant INR.
Complete thread -- No MP3 ?
Complete thread -- I googled the address and found this: See link
Complete thread -- Creatinine that was normal at 0.307. Inr 1. LFTs were....
Complete thread -- The patient picked up the ___ black left 12-inch total length custom-m ...
Complete thread -- coworker, (name) who was present along with...
Complete thread -- The risks and benefits associated with the surgery were explained to M ...
Complete thread -- got it homonoymous
Complete thread -- Visual field testing by Dr. in comparison to his examination of 1 ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- local-regional therapy
Complete thread -- dr at 2001 marcus avenue, Lake Success ___thy s/l kiva (dr spells k -i-v-a)
Complete thread -- If it is deemed to be significantly less than 40%, I will then request ...
Complete thread -- can you get the value?
Complete thread -- If not broken, don't fix I'd say- "Worked this way for quite some time with no problems."
Complete thread -- use of my laptop was aggravating my wrists and giving me carpel tunnel
Complete thread -- In typing class back in high school, elbows at sides, wrists level, no resting on anything
Complete thread -- no question is a stupid question (but, "they" do say to do that to prevent dry mouth and
Complete thread -- thank you! Now I hear it :)
Complete thread -- a firm place
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- Don't know why I posted this, stupid question. Guess I am just irritated.
Complete thread -- She is actually talking about Symbicort
Complete thread -- I have an FNP that dictates Spiriva - rinse, spit, and gargle after use.
Complete thread -- I use them a lot too. I didn't even to think of using them here! Good call.
Complete thread -- they are a handy, underutilized, part of punctuation (particularly
Complete thread -- My wrist are lying flat on laptop, level with elbows. I transcribe from a rocker/recliner
Complete thread -- Oh, I'm sorry. I think you're saying I'm doing it right with the wrists resting!
Complete thread -- Thanks. I've tried to get back into the habit but it's hard to do. I always find myself
Complete thread -- You should keep your hands up.... If you want carpal tunnel. LOL.
Complete thread -- Do you keep your hands up while typing or wrists resting? Just curious. I usually
Complete thread -- I like the parentheses!
Complete thread -- no comma after test
Complete thread -- another option
Complete thread -- Will flag, but thanks for listening.
Complete thread -- no, don't think that is it. sorry. Technically?
Complete thread -- An attempt at
Complete thread -- agree, that's what I heard too
Complete thread -- Cognitive testing ..
Complete thread -- cone down view certainly fits, good ear!
Complete thread -- yes, I believe he is saying "in cone-down view."
Complete thread -- I think he is saying cone-down view :)
Complete thread -- thanks anyway =/
Complete thread -- After 6 listens, I have no clue what he is saying.
Complete thread -- bleb-shaped?
Complete thread -- unable to catch what he says
Complete thread -- apices
Complete thread -- Mild rhonchi on expiration was noted in the *8 to Cs*
Complete thread -- Abdominal CT shows s/l blood-shaped hyperdensity in the spleen. TIA!
Complete thread -- :) I loved I-as in ice cream :)
Complete thread -- But then ask them to spell Dr. Uzathat Pathzigwbi, not a chance.
Complete thread -- doc emphasizing DIP, D-as in dog, I-as in ice cream, P-as in prince LOL
Complete thread -- yes, thank you. I thought perhaps you meant another word besides "pelvis"
Complete thread -- I'm confused. You did ask me to show you, right? LOL
Complete thread -- new FDA OKs mental disability blood test for infants sm
Complete thread -- okay, well that is what you seemed to be indicating.
Complete thread -- This is what I would do...(see message)
Complete thread -- hold my breath *waiting* for a reversal, that is.
Complete thread -- after pelvis? maybe you can show what you mean.
Complete thread -- Oops, that wasn't supposed to happen! See message above.
Complete thread -- You need a semicolon after pelvis. (see message)
Complete thread -- You need a semicolon after pelvis. (see message)
Complete thread -- looks fine to me too
Complete thread -- and actually, no comma after pelvis
Complete thread -- you know what I think it it...thanks so much...you're heaven sent..I d ...
Complete thread -- I agree, no semicolon before "and"
Complete thread -- cervicalgia?
Complete thread -- ...she still has right-sided cervical s/l aljuts and radiating to the ...
Complete thread -- oops, maybe I'm mistaken.
Complete thread -- I don't think it's grammatically correct to use conjunction "and" after a semicolon to
Complete thread -- looks fine to me.
Complete thread -- pls see msg
Complete thread -- I think I got it now. Thanks to you both!
Complete thread -- good suggestion
Complete thread -- maybe L1 "of" 0.01 ?
Complete thread -- showed a value of the lumbar spine, L1 to L4. L1 .01 with a
Complete thread -- L1 to L4, L1 0.01 with a ...
Complete thread -- L1 to L4 of
Complete thread -- Bone density test...
Complete thread -- cray cray Ms Shirley crapola, kiss my grits as usual. So colorful
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- Shirley can kiss my grits. Unlike other posts, this poster needed a definition.
Complete thread -- Shirley Crapola gets "contusing" easily when hit with crapola definitions
Complete thread -- that's a shame
Complete thread -- just me
Complete thread -- my DMNT was a typo :)
Complete thread -- thank you...still learning.
Complete thread -- Triamcinolone acetonide acetate sm On google.com first hit
Complete thread -- Don't Bother Next Time. DBNT internet slang, your DMNT don't know sorry
Complete thread -- I wouldn't use any commas in "exquisite custom houseboat" either
Complete thread -- I don't think I would use any commas. The adjectives are cummulative (see message)
Complete thread -- what is that? DMNT?
Complete thread -- archives had this, but a different answer
Complete thread -- right click on the quick access toolbar, click on customize, choose your item...
Complete thread -- ahh nevermind, guess I will figure it out, did not read all posts
Complete thread -- agree except I'd put two-tendon rotator cuff tear
Complete thread -- How? share?
Complete thread -- shirley does not like helper giving definitions opps,not needed
Complete thread -- whooeeee phooee , blueeeee RME Shirley DBNT
Complete thread -- liners?
Complete thread -- maybe meant history/bio of pt was given while en route to hospital
Complete thread -- how I would
Complete thread -- Stress urinary incontinence with coughing and sneezing. sm
Complete thread -- Is this how you would punctuate?
Complete thread -- shirley (be respectful/classy) question answered twice go as dictated verbatim ?crapola)
Complete thread -- did you catch it? (oral fentanyl patch). which was it
Complete thread -- Thank you...much appreciated! :)
Complete thread -- Exos
Complete thread -- ulnar styloid fx: I placed her in an "exo" or "XO" splint today. thanks!
Complete thread -- glad you figured it out. I set mine up so long ago, I couldn't remember. haha
Complete thread -- Yes that would be it. Thanks so much to both.
Complete thread -- I haven't researched it thoroughly, but perhaps LAC (lupus anticoagulant)
Complete thread -- LAC (lupus anticoagulant)
Complete thread -- s/l lack
Complete thread -- nevermind, I found it & it worked! cool trick.
Complete thread -- how do you "pin" ?
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- it can be contusing when we are hit w/this crapola everyday
Complete thread -- Believe that's it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- pin it to the quickaccess toolbar, assign it a number, and then
Complete thread -- I'm contused on just why
Complete thread -- thank you! :) I entered that and sent the report :)
Complete thread -- saccades or nystagmus
Complete thread -- another blank : ( I am an hour over when my lunch was supposed to start =/
Complete thread -- we use word 2007... and I have not heard anything about no macros allowed... hmmm
Complete thread -- thanks everyone!
Complete thread -- below, I mean.
Complete thread -- according to MS Word website, no other way to do it other than the ALT-T-A thing above
Complete thread -- Some companies don't allow "macros" too, so you might want to check before doing that
Complete thread -- temporally
Complete thread -- temporally (in time)
Complete thread -- s/l temporarily / temporally?
Complete thread -- flag it
Complete thread -- sorry.. that is not shorter than me using mouse to just click auto-number button at top
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- I don't know how to record macros. I never learned how
Complete thread -- ALT T, A, auto format, then auto number lists is the only way I know of
Complete thread -- There are too many possibilities from sertraline to cefapime to cefazoline, etc.
Complete thread -- ceftaroline?
Complete thread -- Patient has allergy to s/l sef-tore-uh-lean TIA!
Complete thread -- you can record a macro
Complete thread -- clarification - not just the dictation of the word *to* by itself.
Complete thread -- the *phrase from AND to* must be used "from 400 to 500"
Complete thread -- Word 2007, is there a keyboard command to turn auto# on/off quickly w/o usingmouse?
Complete thread -- leave as dictated
Complete thread -- more
Complete thread -- SM
Complete thread -- lower extremity edema/anasarca
Complete thread -- again... I only see acetonide, not acetate :)
Complete thread -- do you mean if they ARE used to not use a hyphen? Hyphen should be okay if they were not
Complete thread -- Thx.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- Yeah, I might be wrong about it being an eponym. It is not on Who Named It list. SM
Complete thread -- 3 or so,
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Make sense with punctuation?
Complete thread -- makes better sense to me
Complete thread -- Like Alzheimer's - Alzheimer disease. But, hornblower's isn't named after anyone.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- If dictated mcg twice then should not use a hyphen.
Complete thread -- BOS pg. 347, ranges. If phrases "from-to" "from through" are not used, then use TO not a
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- etcetera?
Complete thread -- would it be 300 mcg to 400 mcg per hour or 300-400 mcg per hour
Complete thread -- that's "mucus" production
Complete thread -- s/l "at circa" think this does apply but double checking
Complete thread -- He's definitely saying "injection" - thanks. :)
Complete thread -- Actually, he doesn't through whole report, just Versed/lidocaine. That's odd for him.
Complete thread -- what? - did you not want definitions of all the terms in the post?
Complete thread -- it is one of those eponymous possessive things, which is an account preference
Complete thread -- Just a guess - could it have to do with bio phone type communication with ER?
Complete thread -- anywhere else in the report indicate the name of the contrast that they are using?
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- 's
Complete thread -- ?????
Complete thread -- hornblowers or hornblower's??
Complete thread -- SM- copied and pasted from OneLook
Complete thread -- we only injected?
Complete thread -- Thanks. Just sounded like bio. She may have been stuttering, as she is prone to.
Complete thread -- Lumbar disk stimulation procedure findings: L3-L4 disk ______ injection 1 mL.
Complete thread -- I clicked on your link and it is only showing me acetonide
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- not your s/l, but here, we use Narcan (naloxone, Nalone, etc.) a lot for opioid overdoses.
Complete thread -- I see Narcan as a reversal but not finding much else either.
Complete thread -- I see acetate as injection & acetonide as cream
Complete thread -- FYI, I'm searching brand names of activated charcoal and not
Complete thread -- sorry so many have such terrible lives and strike out with ugly stuff.
Complete thread -- See OneLook link. Could be one of 2 things. Link
Complete thread -- Tenon's capsule - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Complete thread -- correct, single-throw, double-throw
Complete thread -- Drug ingestion/overdose (oral fentanyl patch). En route, s/l bio was given
Complete thread -- one double *throw* knot followed by three single *throw* knots
Complete thread -- muscle was then dissected from overlying *tenons* and conjunctiva.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I stand corrected - there is an anti-Rho-D titer, but the antibody is anti-Ro.
Complete thread -- trying to hear that
Complete thread -- ? I am seeing this and anti-Ro and anti-La, still not sure
Complete thread -- The anti-Ro and anti-La autoantibodies are present in approximately 70-90% of
Complete thread -- anti-Rho and anti-LA antibodies
Complete thread -- MS Clinic: s/l anti-row and anti-law ?
Complete thread -- I would go as dictated. I think company getting MTs weighted down with confusion.
Complete thread -- doc dictates triamcinolone acetate... would that be typed as acetonide?
Complete thread -- lordosis (reports not submitted). punctuation outside of (). If you wanted
Complete thread -- Sorry, I was not getting that part. Kinda negates the whole 'Verbatim" thing.
Complete thread -- punctuation questions.
Complete thread -- OP is saying "supposed to" - the account says to separate BUN, creatinine - exception to
Complete thread -- unfortunately not... we are not supposed to separate values from their term
Complete thread -- I wouldn't separate since it's not just a value but they are both "wide". I comma before
Complete thread -- I bet Heely's is Ely's
Complete thread -- if you separate them, then you don't need to put respectively.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I don't understand? If doctor dictates BUN and creatinine are X and Y. That is what
Complete thread -- verbatim acct, however...
Complete thread -- rat = right - rut row (southern accent rat?)
Complete thread -- I dunno about Heeely's, but I'm guessing "rat" is right, right?
Complete thread -- positive SLR left 60 *rat* 50, negative Bragard’s, positive *Heeely’s* right,
Complete thread -- account defers to Bos, so thanks.
Complete thread -- slang it is, and mostly depends on accounts themselves, not BoS. I expand it,
Complete thread -- Per BOS, what do do when physician dictates alk phos SM
Complete thread -- underlying
Complete thread -- s/l *interlying* ligament of flavum
Complete thread -- reminds me of skim milk
Complete thread -- projection is fine.
Complete thread -- were
Complete thread -- were
Complete thread -- There were varying degrees of central canal stenosis
Complete thread -- i.e., look under the "Did you mean:" section with the above link.
Complete thread -- #2. Baraclude? see link
Complete thread -- Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- I have to log off, but I will check later. Any suggestions would be appreciated
Complete thread -- also, see link for some relevant hits
Complete thread -- Not personally familiar with it, but I think it makes sense in context
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Past Medical History: Asthma for 40 years, depression, and he has been ...
Complete thread -- Medications: Truvada, omeprazole, ___, Norvir, ___, famotidine
Complete thread -- What do you think, bpcap, about this?
Complete thread -- thanks so much!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Complete thread -- also, should stay all caps, acronym for Extension Compression Orthosis (ECO)
Complete thread -- ECO-type?
Complete thread -- Plan: I recommended an "echo-type brace" and activity modifications
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- recon (short for 3D reconstruction)
Complete thread -- Does "effort dependency" make sense in this context? I never heard it used before
Complete thread -- projection versus production or anything else. Please help
Complete thread -- A CT ___ of the lumbar spine was reported as having a 1-2 mm anterolisthesis
Complete thread -- dictionary - skim - any thin layer covering a surface.
Complete thread -- ophthalmology help
Complete thread -- sensation of a s/l skim?
Complete thread -- THANK YOU! With your help, I got "posterior-stabilized DESIGN!
Complete thread -- too funny
Complete thread -- rotating platform posterior stablized?
Complete thread -- pt s/p knee replacement
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- elective - open to choice. Makes sense (to me.)
Complete thread -- s/l elective time
Complete thread -- couple of weeks' time.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thx
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- and some epicardial myocardial injury
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- couple week's time or a couple weeks' time??
Complete thread -- funny - I heard "She's wearing Crocs today." Guess I'm from a different generation!
Complete thread -- not sure of a few words here
Complete thread -- I guess that makes me ancient too since I knew what it was the minute I heard it.
Complete thread -- good deal. thanks for the info, oaompp
Complete thread -- Keppra also treats migraines.
Complete thread -- I'd think this is an older doctor. Not many young people use this word, let alone ever
Complete thread -- not at all uncommon to comment on personal care
Complete thread -- ellipsing
Complete thread -- ellipsing is the only one I know.
Complete thread -- thanks!! :)
Complete thread -- elipsing or ellipsing?
Complete thread -- I can read that, but was trying to answer your question about
Complete thread -- which raises the question why would he say that? haha
Complete thread -- coiffed? (her hair is nicely arranged)
Complete thread -- I'm sorry... I provided the dictation in my OP
Complete thread -- no idea what he is saying
Complete thread -- can't tell by the wav file you posted since it starts right on the word.
Complete thread -- ok, thank you.
Complete thread -- does that go by itself or with the one above?
Complete thread -- striae (stretch marks)
Complete thread -- spells
Complete thread -- s/l skulls ?
Complete thread -- word help - sm
Complete thread -- thank you! Now I hear it :)
Complete thread -- thanks for the feedback
Complete thread -- QA did get back to me and she put cm for the 24 chest tube question
Complete thread -- s/l labial biopsy to me
Complete thread -- I went to the backup board and just typed in brace and went back a couple and there it was
Complete thread -- here is PMH too
Complete thread -- some type of bx
Complete thread -- I flagged and asked QA to let me know. They aren't good about that, but if they do, I will
Complete thread -- THANK YOU. I have added that to my auto-correct. THANK YOU
Complete thread -- listen for IPK (intractable plantar keratosis)
Complete thread -- I tried that and got no earlier posts.. Maybe I will just give up figuring this out.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I will flag because it sounds nothing like French.
Complete thread -- LOL!
Complete thread -- okay, I spelled it wrong.
Complete thread -- fibrotic fits much better than fibrocystic. Maybe fibrocytic is his new made-up word
Complete thread -- !!! fibrositic (what was I thinking?)
Complete thread -- •Chest tubes (28-36 French for Adults; 16, 20, or 24 French for Child)
Complete thread -- rheumatology consult (neck) doc says: widespread "fibrocytic" trigger points?
Complete thread -- He said it twice, the first was what I had. The 2nd time, below
Complete thread -- where it says backup board/new search, I typed Aramark and had to do the "search earlier
Complete thread -- that is what I hear...was going to ask for the complete sentence
Complete thread -- could that be 24 cm?
Complete thread -- I did, but could not find it either
Complete thread -- sorry, "backup word board" if you don't find an archive.
Complete thread -- not oscar, but trying searching "old word board"
Complete thread -- chronic verrucas?? Long shot
Complete thread -- and thank you
Complete thread -- how did you do that? I tried a few times.
Complete thread -- wav file there
Complete thread -- Complete thread -- tx poi, I googled "orthotics" and "brace" with "newark, nj"
Complete thread -- I listened for that, keep thinking GM or gem. will post a wav
Complete thread -- Armac (I dug up the thread in archives)
Complete thread -- Seriously? Did your playpen just break? Someone take your binky away?
Complete thread -- Yep, sometimes it's just a matter of lucking out with the right combo of terms.
Complete thread -- not 24-French?
Complete thread -- sometime ago (a few months) Oscar found for me a place in NJ called s/l Aramark or ar
Complete thread -- plantar condylectomy for recurrent and chronic *BKA?* is well documented.
Complete thread -- sounds like a 24 gem chest tube. Any ideas?
Complete thread -- ditto that - I tried and had no luck. Impressive.
Complete thread -- Why did you bother? What did it matter? Who is the peanut here?
Complete thread -- shoe wear actually
Complete thread -- Who pulled the peanut string here? I just mentioned that it was already suggested below.
Complete thread -- shoe-wear modification or shoewear modification
Complete thread -- OOPS --nerve monitoring systems larynx
Complete thread -- after basically doing what you did, I googled ner monitoring systems larynx
Complete thread -- I'm impressed. I looked under the same thing and would have never gotten that spelling!
Complete thread -- Thank you both~ Love the map.
Complete thread -- nice map
Complete thread -- don't believe it is staging but location.
Complete thread -- well done! (not OP) may I ask how you found that?
Complete thread -- quick question - is this cancer staging level or a location in the lung? Bronchoscopy
Complete thread -- check out Nerveana
Complete thread -- which they might not have read? No harm in a second set of ears.
Complete thread -- yes. I noticed that after I posted this. I went with that.
Complete thread -- which I see was already suggested below?
Complete thread -- horrible and short wav, hard as heck to even follow, but MY opinion is that he is just
Complete thread -- the question is about M-Mode measurements. SD is NOT "standard deviation" in this context.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- what exactly are you trying to say with all this?
Complete thread -- ?NuVasive ?NVM5
Complete thread -- so clearly saying nirvana.....
Complete thread -- I will decompress the L3 nerve root, from the thecal sac, around to the corresponding..
Complete thread -- would decompress the L3 nerve root from the ___ onto the thecal sac around the
Complete thread -- guess.. Maybe spelling out NIM, "NIM, N I M"
Complete thread -- can't verify, s/l Nirvana ?
Complete thread -- I thought it could have been but sent to QA. With the question below and this one, it
Complete thread -- what is from the _____thecal sac.
Complete thread -- okay, I will post a longer wav
Complete thread -- he is repeating thecal, stuttering, if you will. "thecal, thecal sac"
Complete thread -- I think your wav starts at the blank...need to back it up
Complete thread -- I would decompress the L3 nerve root from the ___ onto the thecal sac around the
Complete thread -- my dad was 6'4 which was tall at the time 1914 born. I'm 5'4, look at the girls sm
Complete thread -- radiology read the CT?
Complete thread -- youre right, does not make too much sense.
Complete thread -- I did. Was trying not to as it was a Stat but.. 2 areas that did not make sense.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the help. I sent the report to QA with a note.
Complete thread -- shaking my head (SMH)standard deviation of the B-mode and M-mode distension amplitudes
Complete thread -- I do too, maybe she means if without improvement..
Complete thread -- not sure, but I also think that radiology recommends CT...
Complete thread -- I was thinking wet read but I hear that C sound
Complete thread -- recommended ?
Complete thread -- thanks ~
Complete thread -- Made it a WAV file, could not make the other work sorry
Complete thread -- old one is still there
Complete thread -- with the poor audio, I would flag.
Complete thread -- MP3 thanks so much
Complete thread -- He denies any headache ____ the cough, shortness of breath, or chest pain, per say?
Complete thread -- Yes, I agree.
Complete thread -- a slight levoscoliosis
Complete thread -- levoscoliosis
Complete thread -- Maybe she means before this episode?
Complete thread -- That is what I heard. Figured with the noise, I was wrong.
Complete thread -- Is there such a thing as "low scoliosis" can you listen in to the
Complete thread -- He denies any other cough, shortness of breath. Makes no sense though.
Complete thread -- I just recall after he said that he then proceeded to jump all over
Complete thread -- MP3 file. His chief complaint is cough and shortness of breath.
Complete thread -- I was going by him telling "under #1 Rhabdomyolysis" : ( I already sent =/
Complete thread -- never mind. He is saying on, then changing his mind to by pulse oximetry
Complete thread -- Okay, thanks all of you for your input.
Complete thread -- oxygen saturation is 92% on s/l vericos oximetry.
Complete thread -- it is on the wav below, so I thought some of you heard...
Complete thread -- No, he could be small-boned and thin.
Complete thread -- it's always ureteral, FYI.
Complete thread -- flagging is at your discretion, if you are not comfortable, flag it.
Complete thread -- My husband is 6' 4-1/2 and weighed 155 when he was young and skinny.
Complete thread -- it is tall, but not THAT tall. At 180, his BMI is 21.3, which is in the normal range.
Complete thread -- well, that's new information, isn't it. I guess you'll have to decide yourself.
Complete thread -- so I guess you wouldnt flag even though he says: He is 5 (pause) 6 , 5.
Complete thread -- watch a basketball game, 6 feet 5 inches would be short compared
Complete thread -- it does seem like your section indicated by ** should be under
Complete thread -- isnt 6' 5" quite tall. I never heard of anyone so tall... And if so wouldnt they wei
Complete thread -- states, "I was walking... looked at." Yes, I would since it is a 1st-person account, even
Complete thread -- its okay... I will just. It is a stat and I have had it for a while =/
Complete thread -- do you think he misread lab range on lab 50 to 81 ?? still does not make sense though =/
Complete thread -- sorry. I posted over your wav. Please post yours again
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thank you and sorry. I did not notice the other post.
Complete thread -- I know :( His reports will be 20 min long and the first 8 min he can be on 2nd sentence =/
Complete thread -- sounds like he is 6' 5" (you posted over a wav below still waiting for help)
Complete thread -- Height 6 5, weight 180
Complete thread -- I never use quotes unless dictated
Complete thread -- got to love him..."just say that"..haha (sorry, no help, just commiserating)
Complete thread -- Physical Examination: He is __5. He weighs
Complete thread -- you will probably get mixed reviews on this, but I myself like quotes
Complete thread -- This is IME but no quotes are dictated? use or not?
Complete thread -- The UroLume® Urethral Stent is used to relieve urinary obstructions secondary to recurrent
Complete thread -- I have the +wav starting on last number, and then the fun begins =/
Complete thread -- confused on where I am putting this... please listen in entirety. Sorry about length
Complete thread -- Makes sense. TY
Complete thread -- Googling urethral stent brings up ureteral stent. I don't think I've ever heard of one in
Complete thread -- I hope you mean smh at person giving "tips" and not at ME
Complete thread -- when I hear numbers this clearly, I transcribe as dictated.
Complete thread -- s/l benicitra might be Menactra (meningococcal conjugate vaccine)
Complete thread -- that is what I here too =/
Complete thread -- agree, they seem way off from what I hear also, that is why I didn't post
Complete thread -- lol! that is the one I found, but was not sure about the numbers it was giving vs what I
Complete thread -- ooops, forgot to post the link
Complete thread -- here is a link to normal labs
Complete thread -- I'd say ureteral in this case as 'right' mentioned & there are 2 ureters, only 1 urethra.
Complete thread -- forgot to mention this is a STAT H&P
Complete thread -- whichever was said. However, since the word "right" is in there, I
Complete thread -- How do you know if it is urethral stent or ureteral stent? Which is correct? TY
Complete thread -- lab values
Complete thread -- thank you. it is probably the spine, cuz he is a spine fusion, but he does not specify wh
Complete thread -- I agree, and googling amorphous tissue lateral recess brings up some good stuff
Complete thread -- where is this in the body? amorphous tissue?
Complete thread -- reviewed her MRI, I saw the old fluid collection a ____tissue in the lateral recess
Complete thread -- I choose were
Complete thread -- smh
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- I was gonna say, I don't know of any woman with a prostate.
Complete thread -- see link, maybe it'll help
Complete thread -- s/l ** ben - ih - SEE - truh
Complete thread -- in the right axilla, a 7-French JP at the site of the axillary dissection...
Complete thread -- ohhhhhhh
Complete thread -- Agree. Also believe it to be axillary dissection.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Okay, nevermind. This was a name which is used mainly for females,
Complete thread -- standard deviation is used in statistical analysis of anything, not an echo measurement.
Complete thread -- Can women have benign prostatic hyperplasia? I have a female and doctor dictated
Complete thread -- a tip when viewing articles on google. There can be many separate articles sm
Complete thread -- sorry can't get the blank but it is "axilla" and "at the site of the"
Complete thread -- right axillary ________ side of the axillary section
Complete thread -- Impingement in the supraspinatus tendon by widened ??? joint?
Complete thread -- Could it be bilateral widened degenerative joint. and do you hear disease after joint?
Complete thread -- s/l bye widened degenerative joint
Complete thread -- pituitary?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- k, thought so
Complete thread -- downslope
Complete thread -- metastatic
Complete thread -- She is on nasal oxygen, she will remain so.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I figured out the SD now. There is a template they SM
Complete thread -- She is on nasal oxygen. She ______. Her weight gain
Complete thread -- He ______ prostate cancer. At the present time, he is doing quite well
Complete thread -- No, not in the context of M-mode measurements. SM
Complete thread -- downslope or down slope??
Complete thread -- SD standard deviation
Complete thread -- You're right. I completely forgot. Thank you.
Complete thread -- :) She's crazy! She did say at the end, "Thank you for your patience."
Complete thread -- here's my m-mode template with normal ranges, they usu. give them in this order.
Complete thread -- me either. Sorry
Complete thread -- if inches, then I'd use 5-1/2 (decimals usually note a metric) x 3
Complete thread -- I have no idea.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Cubital tunnel – Tinel’s is negative.
Complete thread -- The patient fell and injured her knee.
Complete thread -- 41-year-old, right-hand dominant, male (needs two)
Complete thread -- Subacromial bursectomy and decompression was scheduled.
Complete thread -- could be they make grills (barbecue)
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- aberrancies.
Complete thread -- He is not a surgical candidate at this time secondary to his multisystem organ failure
Complete thread -- He is not a surgical candidate at this time secondary to his multisystem organ failur
Complete thread -- I never know, sometimes I expand something and they shorten it, and vice-versa
Complete thread -- okay, thanks!
Complete thread -- Cubital tunnel, Tinel's is negative. (is comma required?)
Complete thread -- PT is retired social worker who has also worked in s/l grill factory before. (This is
Complete thread -- Low back strain and muscle spasms.
Complete thread -- do I need a comma after the word old? Sm please
Complete thread -- thanks, makes sense!
Complete thread -- and labs reviewed with the caregiver at the facility ...
Complete thread -- maybe it is a hernia-occurred dehiscense (the hernia made the wound dehiscence) ??
Complete thread -- She is being followed by Vascular? or this is being?
Complete thread -- dialysis prescription medication? Really unsure.
Complete thread -- Depends on your account instructions. At my last job, the QA would have had a
Complete thread -- I prefer tablet, but it depends on how your account feels about short forms/slang
Complete thread -- the first word is dialysis - can't get the 2nd one.
Complete thread -- do you expand tab to tablet? when referring to med such as 1 tab daily
Complete thread -- missing word?
Complete thread -- couple of ?S
Complete thread -- her graft is patent. Medications _____ at the facility and there have
Complete thread -- I thought cyst or system
Complete thread -- renal cyst (or cysts?) and hypodensities. Also, I'd put diverticulum ("tic" is slang)
Complete thread -- wav file. I have 2 words I am bouncing back and forth between.
Complete thread -- thanks both of you
Complete thread -- he changed his mind
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- ok, thought it might be ok but was not 100%
Complete thread -- MFM Maternal Fetal Medicine is going to consult along with OB/GYN PC. Sounds fine
Complete thread -- with OB/GYN PC in *consultation* with Maternal-Fetal medicine
Complete thread -- Happy New Year IMT!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- second loop
Complete thread -- with transition point, _____, in the mid pelvis.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I am not sure on the "second lobe," but small bowel not hyphenated.
Complete thread -- I agree with IT
Complete thread -- obstruction with transition point, *second lobe*, in the mid pelvis.
Complete thread -- maybe saying scapulae or scapula?
Complete thread -- "He does IT" (I think)
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- My ortho doc usually says without "assistive devices," but I think "correction" is fine.
Complete thread -- I asked how much she can lift and walk without *correction*.
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- "He says I keep ____"???
Complete thread -- Same to you, IMT. Wish we had your warm
Complete thread -- He is single. He has one healthy child. He does __ for Morristown Memorial.
Complete thread -- Daliresp....s/l like that, check it out (Happy new year to all!)
Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: Antioxidant, calcium, multivitamin, glucosamine, ginkgo b ...
Complete thread -- Betoptic?
Complete thread -- s/l *biopthetic*
Complete thread -- I would not have the period in the middle, it needs to be all together.
Complete thread -- I guess you could have "narrowing" anywhere in the spinal canal, not just at the
Complete thread -- Does this makes sense
Complete thread -- does it have to be two segments? For example L4-5 or L5-S1 spinal sten ...
Complete thread -- I was thinking something with 'majority' too. Thanks so much, Oasis.
Complete thread -- something "majority of the work was done..."
Complete thread -- I relistened and could hear it this time. He is too fast with some words and I am tired.
Complete thread -- .....____ work was done in extension.
Complete thread -- I have one more blank, same dictator, I will list above. Thanks again.
Complete thread -- nice
Complete thread -- minimal
Complete thread -- ....and performed a _____ chondroplasty on the patella
Complete thread -- I think that's it. Thanks again.
Complete thread -- or "could lock" said fast?
Complete thread -- as well, started directly in the ... ??
Complete thread -- as well. ___ directly in the weightbearing dome for axial load.
Complete thread -- Riese - archives helped direct me, thanks archives.
Complete thread -- s/l Reese
Complete thread -- I still hear clock, but thx anyway.
Complete thread -- lock?
Complete thread -- "clock the knee out" what does this mean?
Complete thread -- still hearing wav from below - I have refreshed - try reposting.
Complete thread -- good job - agree
Complete thread -- I got it! It was biliary-type symptoms.
Complete thread -- as well. ___ directly in the weightbearing dome for axial load.
Complete thread -- I went ahead and uploaded a WAV - thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks to all who tried. Moving on.
Complete thread -- try listening for "pleural border"
Complete thread -- diarrhea?
Complete thread -- thx
Complete thread -- th
Complete thread -- colostmy
Complete thread -- no, nothing about process. I believe it is primary or parenchymal...though wasn't sure
Complete thread -- prodromal?
Complete thread -- I keep hearing "within the pleural process..." Is a process mentioned previously?
Complete thread -- s/l pradromel?? discomfort
Complete thread -- sound file is quite distorted, not sure if it is how you re-recorded it or what.
Complete thread -- no comma after 19, (is HO maybe hardware?)
Complete thread -- Still an area of calcification within the pleural ______ scarring in the left
Complete thread -- I believe the sleeper area in a truck is called a "berth"
Complete thread -- thx
Complete thread -- that's not a sentence
Complete thread -- word help please
Complete thread -- agree, make it all together.
Complete thread -- these are not sentences
Complete thread -- nope - all one sentence
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- patients who have recently undergone total hip arthroplasty or have paraplegia after
Complete thread -- hip orthosis? heterotopic ossification?
Complete thread -- Would you keep these as two separate sentences?
Complete thread -- Heterotopic ossification (HO)
Complete thread -- what is HO ?
Complete thread -- haha!
Complete thread -- I haven't sent it yet, and I like this better - Thank you, kind sir O and Poi!
Complete thread -- I can't think of any reason why a transcriber would abbreviate something
Complete thread -- lmbo! i used to love that show!
Complete thread -- SM for ending sentence in a preposition...
Complete thread -- I like this suggestion better than what OP (lb) decided on.
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- it is an old grammar "rule" but not followed too strictly nowadays. However... SM
Complete thread -- Grammargirl says that is a myth (I don't know)
Complete thread -- There has been no change in her school or home life that the parents think.
Complete thread -- ahhh...i think you got it, poi!
Complete thread -- I thought there was some rule that said not to end your sentence in a preposition...
Complete thread -- why? I would leave as dictated.
Complete thread -- coalesced
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- reports that the two smaller wounds that were there have now kind of ____ into one la
Complete thread -- How can I change the ending so it isn't "of" (SM)
Complete thread -- distal interphalangeal arthrotomy/debridement
Complete thread -- arthrotomy/debridement
Complete thread -- he says distal interphalangeal joint (not DIP) but dont hear any extra words in
Complete thread -- Differential would include that of a mucous cyst, giant cell tumor of ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- On things like this, it really is best to flag on a medication or allergy.
Complete thread -- She was wearing a thumb spica splint to ? Short? Thumb previously..
Complete thread -- I instructed her in its use. She was wearing...
Complete thread -- that file is pretty bad, but I "think" I got what he said.
Complete thread -- instructed her in its use. SM
Complete thread -- believe that this can be treated in a conservative fashion. I recomm ...
Complete thread -- YES, thank you.
Complete thread -- me thinks it is cerebral !!!
Complete thread -- cerebral?
Complete thread -- oops, forgot my context: super or superior or serial
Complete thread -- i'm missing a sound here - s/l super or superior or ???
Complete thread -- I think "set" makes sense - like Stryker, e.g., has an MMF set (of equipment, tools) for
Complete thread -- MMF (Arzip)?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- etodolac? SM for helpful site
Complete thread -- Not sure, I googled that, but it did not really look like that. Thanks for trying.
Complete thread -- Further dictation...
Complete thread -- set?
Complete thread -- migraine headaches, right hip pain, fibromyalgia
Complete thread -- Bowie, thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- Word help - MMF s/l "sed" was used.
Complete thread -- If it helps you (it didn't me), SR heard it as reasonably Health Center
Complete thread -- The patient was transferred from s/l wooey wooey health center.
Complete thread -- exactly, how to render it, not what she heard.
Complete thread -- The doctor said DASH after and that is her question, not if it has a dash, nor what it is
Complete thread -- Not asking definition of SUVmax - OP is questioning the "dash" that is dictated/heard.
Complete thread -- ?glutamic acid
Complete thread -- it's "has this"
Complete thread -- When she "has this" (the occasional chest pain), it hurts to breathe.
Complete thread -- Sternal Talon® device. (just sharing a new find)
Complete thread -- sneezes? exhales?
Complete thread -- OP posted -- s/l gram-positive cocci and clustering and chains likely pneumococcus.
Complete thread -- ROS. Doesn't s/l exercises
Complete thread -- no dash SUV(max)= Maximum standardized uptake values (SUV(max),
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- subacromial space IS well visualized (not spaces)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I hear harsh
Complete thread -- thank you! I am gonna send
Complete thread -- that is what I hear too =/
Complete thread -- having trouble hearing it, volume is terrible. or is it his s/l harge? or
Complete thread -- total guess. .. no idea if this would even fit, but guess inferomedial?
Complete thread -- anyone?
Complete thread -- unsure what he says
Complete thread -- I think maybe the interval is wrong and he is saying rotator ___ for release/
Complete thread -- rotator interval *release* - something missing
Complete thread -- I hear a word beginning with "t" (not segment) I think, but heard what you have O.
Complete thread -- thanks for the suggestion
Complete thread -- noted, no abscess collection identified, distended
Complete thread -- glycolic acid twice a day (it is a cream)
Complete thread -- unfortunately not, wonder if he means glucosamine - will have to flag
Complete thread -- any idea what it is for? (diagnosis?)
Complete thread -- in med list, doc states s/l glew-so-mic acid b.id. Any thoughts (tried drugs.com)
Complete thread -- Dictated that way twice in the same report.
Complete thread -- Nothing after dash.
Complete thread -- surrounding inflammatory changes noted ______ identified distended urinary
Complete thread -- short segment of severe wall thickening -- (I think)
Complete thread -- is there something after the dash? (It is SUVmax, but I dunno about the dash unless there
Complete thread -- appears to be a relatively short ______ wall thickening involving
Complete thread -- SUVmax "dash" (sm)
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- nevermind - I looked it up and it's right. Never heard that before.
Complete thread -- caruncle. Are you sure about "empty" stress test? (usu. hear NST for nonstress test)
Complete thread -- caruncle?
Complete thread -- s/l car- on call?
Complete thread -- thanks, first time for me and I've been doing this doc for about 20 ye ...
Complete thread -- thank you for that info! :) never heard of that before
Complete thread -- Guttate is a type of psoriasis in which the affected patches of skin appear as small,
Complete thread -- s/l doc is saying glutate?? glue-tate
Complete thread -- you're hitting a lot of wrong keys this morning - surr/sure - either way you are
Complete thread -- many, many times before
Complete thread -- frond - a leaflike expansion. I have heard it used before.
Complete thread -- urology
Complete thread -- ""Did I write this correctly? SM Please - mt"" Exactly where does it say anything else?
Complete thread -- OP said "did i write this correctly" NOT DID I HEAR THIS CORRECTLY
Complete thread -- Applause!
Complete thread -- BUT, there was NO sound file mentioned. I think OP questioned did it sound RIGHT
Complete thread -- someone just likes to ****** post ****** - doesn't matter what the question really is
Complete thread -- no.... "endo" is a prefix, yes, but not with thrombotic.
Complete thread -- nope, read again asking about s/l
Complete thread -- sound file just below, it was a double partial post. pay attention
Complete thread -- thanks! :)
Complete thread -- I agree - and nobody is stalking helpers, just there was NO sound file to this and bystand
Complete thread -- yep
Complete thread -- thRombotic (hope you caught that before sending)
Complete thread -- so should it then say
Complete thread -- I'm not 100% but think the OP was asking about punctuation, not definition
Complete thread -- third (started to say flexor and changed to third)
Complete thread -- get a life and quit stalking helpers, grow up
Complete thread -- what is he saying? :(
Complete thread -- to me looks ok, see *****sm When feeling in doubt, just rewind/relisten
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- was converted to p.o.
Complete thread -- pay attention -- never was a voice on this post; you're listening to something else.
Complete thread -- gram-positive cocci in clusters and chains, likely pneumococcus.
Complete thread -- listened again, it was" heart rate difficult to control". Maybe repost again??
Complete thread -- did not hear this 500 units b.i.d. I heard IV Lasix another word sm
Complete thread -- Did I write this correctly? SM Please
Complete thread -- I hit wrong key (again) should be "sure"
Complete thread -- surr. just means prefix within such as endocardial, endovascular, endothoracic
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- potassium 20 mEq a day, vitamin D, *ah day ah* 500 units b.i.d.
Complete thread -- Her *endo* thombotic event was minimized by the subq Lovenox.
Complete thread -- She felt much better. IV Lasix ____ to p.o. Lasix.
Complete thread -- was initially hypertensive at
Complete thread -- Blood pressure _____ 129/102, 147/22.
Complete thread -- YW - figured I was too late but thought it worth trying.
Complete thread -- what word are you questioning?
Complete thread -- singular sequela plural sequelae
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- necessity sorry about the spelling no coffe
Complete thread -- nessecity
Complete thread -- is a direct sequelae of the fracture, subsequent surgery and ____for a brace,
Complete thread -- I do think that her back pain is a direct sequelae of the fracture, subsequent surger
Complete thread -- I do think that her back pain is a direct sequelae of the fracture, subsequent surger
Complete thread -- Maker of one is suing or has sued the other. Not helpful but interesting.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- s/l intestine
Complete thread -- I found Truclear also. Wonder if he's mixing the two up?
Complete thread -- MyoSure keeps coming up on Google.
Complete thread -- intestinal
Complete thread -- Hysteroscopic removal of fibroid with s/l TruSure ?
Complete thread -- She does have history of ____ lymphoma
Complete thread -- Sorry. I understand now.
Complete thread -- Left long finger s/l flap laceration.
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! ...
Complete thread -- I told her that since ___has stopped taking his Advil and tramadol
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- okay, thanks
Complete thread -- ? healed itself, not unexpectedly
Complete thread -- mp3 uploaded ...
Complete thread -- help with ortho
Complete thread -- She describes limited motion, moderate pain, and intermittent sharp st ...
Complete thread -- Is this punctuated correctly?
Complete thread -- I hate the word "adhesed" but QA says we gotta use it if dictated.
Complete thread -- It would mean the same as a dissection plane. Planum is another word for plane.
Complete thread -- sure you're not just hearing dissection plane?
Complete thread -- still, what would dissections planum mean?
Complete thread -- link - this is what I thought was being referred to.
Complete thread -- heck, not to me
Complete thread -- Thanks, poi, for confirming. Insecure today.
Complete thread -- dictionary - planum - A plane or flat surface. (makes sense to me)
Complete thread -- A "dissections planum" was developed medially.. (Abdominoplasty)
Complete thread -- The soundfile is so bad, not sure anyone would have gotten this. Sorta cuts out with a
Complete thread -- Normal healing right knee, arthroscopy/endoscopic surgery IMO
Complete thread -- either that, or a slash
Complete thread -- Should there be comma btween arthroscopy and endoscopic??
Complete thread -- I hear mine. I already sent it in, but if you want to hear it anyway,maybe try refreshing
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- HLA-A24 (A24) is a human leukocyte antigen serotype within HLA-A serotype group
Complete thread -- thanks.
Complete thread -- agree with no commas.
Complete thread -- I would use no commas - definitely not around "how she was feeling"
Complete thread -- Does this read correct with comma placement?
Complete thread -- s/l A-24 (see message)
Complete thread -- I have ONE surgeon who "pexies" everything, and he "pexied" it too. grrrr
Complete thread -- i still hear the old wav
Complete thread -- He does seem to use odd forms of words.
Complete thread -- I used that and did change the cap to lower case. Thanks
Complete thread -- Jejunostomy feeding tube – open (Witzel procedure). Indications. Inability to use the mou
Complete thread -- you are not way off - it is indeed witzeled (no cap since it is verb form of Witzel) SM
Complete thread -- ? whittled (context?)
Complete thread -- Thanks anyway. Moving on.
Complete thread -- had to send in
Complete thread -- Nope. short-arm means it is a cast for a short arm. but it is a short cast for the arm.
Complete thread -- According to archives, no. Short modifies arm, therefore no hyphens. I did not know that.
Complete thread -- MP3, is this another acceptable word or am I way off?
Complete thread -- short-arm or short arm?
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- usually it does not stand alone. but is legit. sm
Complete thread -- X will be scheduled to get an elective C-section next week at 38 weeks ___
Complete thread -- I am not sure I have heard of that. I thought he was saying pepsi...
Complete thread -- pexy'd it.
Complete thread -- wav file, they are redoing a peritoneal dialysis catheter.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- However, if it doesn't make sense or is not a word, I still flag, regardless of QA.
Complete thread -- Yes that is it, thanks so much for the help.
Complete thread -- ? Brevicon
Complete thread -- Word help - s/l "Previcon"
Complete thread -- he started to say patient's then changed to clearing patient out
Complete thread -- TACE transarterial chemoembolization
Complete thread -- I had out but kept thinking I heard an S sound. Thanks
Complete thread -- initially try octreotide prior to proceeding with s/l tafe or tase TIA!
Complete thread -- clearing the patient out and an NG tube
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- Most certainly could be and probable, thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks, poi!
Complete thread -- I was not laughing at the OP. Just the exasperation of working in a verbatim environment.
Complete thread -- could you be hearing Tinetti score?
Complete thread -- I have flagged them in the past, but they just keep putting them back in the report.
Complete thread -- Patient was informed of his *pinete* score and his risk for falls
Complete thread -- Thanks. She dropped the word entirely the 2nd time. Thanks all.
Complete thread -- yep, renal, said REALLLLY fast.
Complete thread -- I thought it absolutely had to be renal. Thanks.
Complete thread -- renal
Complete thread -- she swallows the word, can't quite hear it either, but it's gotta be renal, doesn't it?
Complete thread -- Hi everyone, thanks for your feedback. Just saw all this and appreciate it.
Complete thread -- wav file, kidney function decline, nephrotic-range proteinuria. I think I can guess
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- and it is most likely exactly what was dictated
Complete thread -- yes, it is a personification
Complete thread -- Thanks! nm
Complete thread -- would you cap Ortho here?
Complete thread -- lipolysate
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- reddish?
Complete thread -- looks like he made a word similar to disalysate, but not even found googling. pure
Complete thread -- looking at the dictionary, yaw would work.
Complete thread -- When I googled, found this in archives here but I cant see that anyone had an answer.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- definitely see the lung bases on urinary CT, sometimes they even
Complete thread -- Abdominal liposuction s/l "lipolasate" sm
Complete thread -- I still could not make out anything for sure so I flagged as it was a Stat
Complete thread -- Oh my. Will relisten. Thanks
Complete thread -- I would not put quotes unless doc specifically stated "quote"
Complete thread -- prior to 3/5/13?
Complete thread -- sounds like he's saying something about hemoglobin?
Complete thread -- wav file, this is the postoperative instruction for distal radius fracture
Complete thread -- corrections made...
Complete thread -- comment whether the lumbar discectomy/fusion was *C R* to 3/5/13 accident.
Complete thread -- correct punctuation of sentence
Complete thread -- Typing as dictated. Thanks!
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Ortho surgeon in PA which is being spelled as Dr. W-A-R-O-L (pronouncing war-all).
Complete thread -- pretty sure it's ancillary personnel
Complete thread -- s/l ana thor. I sure I'm hearing this all wrong but right now this is it.
Complete thread -- advanced the guidewire over the *yaw* and then advanced
Complete thread -- I suppose you could see the base of the lungs, huh?
Complete thread -- The patient has a small area of *bray dish* abrasion
Complete thread -- Is it possible to see the lungs on a CT urinary study? (see message)
Complete thread -- Wrong. Use your common sense and if it is like this example, flag it or fix it.
Complete thread -- Oops. Forgot to say thanks! :)
Complete thread -- just found it-
Complete thread -- harbinger - one that presages or foreshadows what is to come
Complete thread -- agree. Our "verbatim rules" include "edit for clarity, being careful that this does not
Complete thread -- s/l har/bin/gis
Complete thread -- how is "metha" pronounced? Meetha or meth-ay or meth-uh
Complete thread -- maybe he forgot the word "elevated" -
Complete thread -- a guess s/l metha may be accreta sm
Complete thread -- asking if a non-word is acceptable is not really something to LOL about.
Complete thread -- encapture is not a real word.
Complete thread -- I just don't know whether to use "en" "in" "and" or only "capture."
Complete thread -- not sure but I hope you caught "products products"
Complete thread -- addendum You also can google.com your phrase eye+ iris capture
Complete thread -- yes, ( help prevent) iris capture. sm
Complete thread -- Everywhere I've worked, verbatim does not mean putting nonsense either. fix it or flag it
Complete thread -- sure, they took the sutures out and the membrane started showing through (like a balloon)
Complete thread -- had been started IV by Dr. Tassy
Complete thread -- That may be what he means, but not what he's saying.
Complete thread -- Perhaps tenosynovectomy?
Complete thread -- flaggin
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- using
Complete thread -- tenovaginotomy left ankle
Complete thread -- Rarely are we given the luxury to "think." I hate verbatim.
Complete thread -- "when verbatim" - yes. When MT has freedom to think, though, it is preferable to use real
Complete thread -- added
Complete thread -- The sutures removed with *ballooning* of the membrane.
Complete thread -- I agree, but when verbatim, you type what is dictated.
Complete thread -- old wav still there
Complete thread -- vertebra plana
Complete thread -- I see widening space between teeth as a side effect of pituitary dysfunction, but cant
Complete thread -- hypercoagulable is the correct word (and, no, somebody saying it doesn't make it a word)
Complete thread -- were stable at 150/91, 145/82. Lisinopril _____ Dr. Tassy. The abdomen was soft
Complete thread -- with placenta and mild-to-moderate *metha* products products retrieved
Complete thread -- who presents at 29 weeks’ gestation *bilirubin* with heavy vaginal third trimester
Complete thread -- okay, didnt find much refrences on google.
Complete thread -- Patient denies change in the s/l beat of his teeth. (not bite) TIA!
Complete thread -- Acceptable? LOL! These days, if they say it, it is acceptable.
Complete thread -- is "hypercoagular" an accepted word? (see context)
Complete thread -- ENT
Complete thread -- ENT
Complete thread -- She essentially has a ______ with healing of the fracture fragments
Complete thread -- thakns so much for your help
Complete thread -- later in plan, I think I hear "hyper". Is that correct?
Complete thread -- info on hypercoagulability here (see link)
Complete thread -- leading to hypercoagulability
Complete thread -- now later he says in review of systems
Complete thread -- Past Medical History: A protein deficiency ____, asthma, and hypertension.
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- She ______ contacting (will be contacting?)
Complete thread -- can you please listen in to the
Complete thread -- It was a dictionary definition of a word (theca) which answered the post
Complete thread -- ohhhhhh my, ohhh my, not good searching, Theca is common in MTing
Complete thread -- thecal sac = a membrane of dura mater that surrounds the spinal cord & cauda eq
Complete thread -- A bit snarky doncha think, can't share what it means, huh
Complete thread -- 1 week's time, 3 weeks' time, couple weeks' you got it right.
Complete thread -- a couple weeks' time?
Complete thread -- seems he is just changing his mind mobilized with gravity on pe
Complete thread -- s/l calf of gravity with gravity??? This makes no sense to me..
Complete thread -- Thanks so much! /nm
Complete thread -- I provided references, as well.
Complete thread -- ? pulsed wave (PW)
Complete thread -- On vascular ultrasound results, s/l PW or RPW flow/sm
Complete thread -- unhinged. LOL
Complete thread -- right below that one: a sheath or capsule, such as the theca cordis or pericardium
Complete thread -- I realize that; don't become unhinged
Complete thread -- dictionary - theca - A case, covering, or sheath, such as the outer covering of the
Complete thread -- Yes, that's it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- getting "hits" does not mean it is a legitimate word, nor usage! Do you know what
Complete thread -- I get over 6000 hits for "lumbar theca"
Complete thread -- SM for a thought...
Complete thread -- ? drop metastasis
Complete thread -- PPH hemorrhoidectomy? *Procedure for the Prolapse of Hemorrhoids *
Complete thread -- hmm I think I will flag. thx
Complete thread -- not sure on the blank, but i can't find "theca" as a
Complete thread -- s/l draw metastasis in the lumbar theca
Complete thread -- depleting?
Complete thread -- doesn't quite fit
Complete thread -- s/l splinting? Does that make sense with context of sentence
Complete thread -- open something hemorrhoidectomy?
Complete thread -- "pinpage" hemorrhoidectomy was considered...performing single column hem
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- With a long /e/ sound (pree-so), could be Apriso.
Complete thread -- thanks... definitely says PRESO... entacart so think this could be
Complete thread -- Thanks. I had found it - Vimpat for seizures.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- In message, that should be "feeding by mouth."
Complete thread -- Well, it's his or her report. If verbatim, type as dictated. If you can change (sm)
Complete thread -- Can p.o. be used as a verb? Doc uses it throughout this report. sm for examples:
Complete thread -- Salonpas® \
Complete thread -- Entocort (capitalized) and maybe it is predisone OR Entocort...
Complete thread -- i think the presoenticart is prednisone and entocort (they are for ulcerative colitis
Complete thread -- selong post is probably Salon Pas (check my spelling)
Complete thread -- few med ?s
Complete thread -- comma after smoker, who is... (since you have comma after gentleman)
Complete thread -- significant COPD. I'd drop the a...
Complete thread -- sediment/urine culture
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- 3-week history of .... 60-pound weight loss... cogent history
Complete thread -- The patient lived with his son. He is really unable to give much *coaching* history.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- That certainly would make sense. Thanks.
Complete thread -- your spelling is right, it's jsut the wrong word
Complete thread -- too late, but "this tracing"
Complete thread -- stagnation (i.e., lack of progress)
Complete thread -- s/l dagnation??
Complete thread -- s/l fet-o-man urine culture (see message)
Complete thread -- Ah yes thanks. Have not used that word in forever.
Complete thread -- whack
Complete thread -- wack? Is that correctly spelled out?
Complete thread -- can't get s/l but here are some feeding tube solutions, might see something
Complete thread -- not sure was s/l visitration is, maybe some form stumble of nonstress test??
Complete thread -- and again, there is no trademark, nor registered mark for any form of mini pill.
Complete thread -- I'd never use the - there, it reads incorrectly.
Complete thread -- It depends on your acct spcifics, but mine, requests 2 numbers together to sm
Complete thread -- I usually put a word between 2 numbers like "of 45 units..."
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- I'd put a comma to separate -- "70/30, 45 units after dinner, and 70/30, 35 units...
Complete thread -- So I have this wrong
Complete thread -- Have I written this correctly?
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- sorrry, wrong spelling - poquito
Complete thread -- muy poquito
Complete thread -- Sent with blanks.. thanks
Complete thread -- Spanish word for small pequeño
Complete thread -- NP is seeing a Spanish male to close his Workers' Compensation claim.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- OP -TVH. D: anterior lip of the cervix was grapsed with a s/l "mass gen" and the
Complete thread -- s/l visitration BPP
Complete thread -- nevermind.
Complete thread -- Bacitracin ointment to PEG tube with s/l EMPAT solution 15 mL
Complete thread -- He spells later so that is what he is saying.
Complete thread -- glenohumeral chondroplasty and *picking*
Complete thread -- paracenteses
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- no wav here, but "wheel well" sounds right, see link.
Complete thread -- I am having problems with my computer, but it sounds like "wheel-well or leelwell"
Complete thread -- the car showing damage to the right front portion of the car above the ____
Complete thread -- wow. Thanks so much. Those were all 3 my questions and you really hit the hammer on the
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- thats sure what it sounds like, though. Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- GGTP
Complete thread -- a MELD score
Complete thread -- There's Simponi
Complete thread -- her lab results and her AST is elevated at 54, s/l "DGPT" at 139, INR is 1.4.
Complete thread -- she has "nelled" or "melled" a "10 score? "
Complete thread -- ALLERGIES: RITUXAN, LYRICA AND ____.
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- bullae proximally over the PIP joint (not approximately)
Complete thread -- I'd have listened, but I am way too late and its already covered up with a new wav.
Complete thread -- considered slang where I work
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- have drunk.
Complete thread -- She might not have *drunk/drank* that much.
Complete thread -- cap refill is considered an acceptable shortcut where I work.
Complete thread -- got it, Lofstrand. thanks to any who helped.
Complete thread -- oh, think the "and" is part of the word, description for type of crutches.
Complete thread -- WAV file. Patient with fibromyalgia.
Complete thread -- in your post below you have both. Whichever you pick, be consistent.
Complete thread -- I am going with capillary, because I think that you are right poi.
Complete thread -- thank you, poi
Complete thread -- thanks poi. I can change it if it is wrong... does anybody else know
Complete thread -- I don't know if acceptable, but I wouldn't use it.
Complete thread -- pertaining?
Complete thread -- dang, I ALWAYS do that. Glad I don't make the bowl mistake though. haha
Complete thread -- \hips, thighs, flanks, arms, and fat grafts__ to the face, breast, and butto
Complete thread -- Isn't it funny how MTs can never spell plural or bowl? I am always typing pleural and
Complete thread -- Is cap refill acceptable or is that "wrong" medical slang?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- wow! Thanks for pointing out that typo
Complete thread -- wow
Complete thread -- bullae is pleural so there "are" bullae is correct.
Complete thread -- Calf refill is 1 second - should be cap or capillary
Complete thread -- okay, he keeps on saying "there is bullae" should'nt it be there are bullae as bulla
Complete thread -- amazing! I searched and searched and couldnt find.
Complete thread -- bullae
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- The "bull-ay" or "bul-eiy" were aspirated.
Complete thread -- tried, can't get it.
Complete thread -- The T-waves appeared slightly ____ in the lateral leads.
Complete thread -- just making sure. Thanks so much both of you.
Complete thread -- Makes perfect sense. Google flap advancement
Complete thread -- Why wouldn't it?
Complete thread -- local flap "advancement" does that make sense given the context
Complete thread -- Thanks and sorry about your day.
Complete thread -- its all good. i have been confused all day. the first report of my day usually
Complete thread -- Don't think they will find them by exploring the wound though. In this context,
Complete thread -- Apologies to pdpabg. I thought it meant sensing and pacing were captured and normal. Sigh.
Complete thread -- Here is a nice PDF on pacemakers. (see link)
Complete thread -- I believe pacing was "meant" instead of typed paced. yw lb
Complete thread -- throughout the body in search of invading or foreign entities such as bacteria,
Complete thread -- Oh, yes it is. Thanks. Learned something
Complete thread -- sensing/pacing/capture (3 different things)
Complete thread -- Thank you~
Complete thread -- Foreign bodies seed?
Complete thread -- That is not what was dictated
Complete thread -- seeded (from another location such as bacteria seeded)
Complete thread -- sensing, paced and capture
Complete thread -- YW! You too!
Complete thread -- thanks, i thought sensing and pacing were separate. have a good day Oasis!
Complete thread -- sensing/pacing (see link)
Complete thread -- or maybe a / in there? sensing/pacing ? It is too early for me to be thinking.
Complete thread -- Comma help please - On monitor, sensing pacing capture normal.
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- postpartumly
Complete thread -- flap
Complete thread -- Doctor dictates s/l postpartally. Is it postpartally or postpartumly? SM
Complete thread -- reoperation, loss of sensation, asymmetry, wound dehiscence and ___necrosis.
Complete thread -- 3 warts removed from her right foot at least a week and a half ago
Complete thread -- She did have ____(0:01:04.3) removed her right foot at least a week-an ...
Complete thread -- Agree. Wow, are they still using that phrase? My mom did some powder puff drag racing
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- powder puff
Complete thread -- I hear plainly now that you got it but had no clue before. It sounded like
Complete thread -- woops meant softball not soccer
Complete thread -- patient is soccer player in NJ
Complete thread -- got it - overuse
Complete thread -- or Mr. ?
Complete thread -- thank you, Ms. Myopinion
Complete thread -- probably seated (like deep-seated infection)
Complete thread -- would that be foreign bodies may have been"seated" or seeded"
Complete thread -- 1. Medial ankle sprain. 2. Ankle pain and swelling. 3. Chronic _ ...
Complete thread -- glad you got it, all that was on mp3 was gabapentin
Complete thread -- Got it - *immobility*
Complete thread -- Geriatric assessment..
Complete thread -- funny!
Complete thread -- minipill (Mayo Clinic/link provided)
Complete thread -- YW!
Complete thread -- sheesh - I was hearing "good" kidney injury. Thanks Oasis.
Complete thread -- prior acute kidney injury
Complete thread -- nurse maybe needs to learn to pay better attention with communication?
Complete thread -- coronary artery disease, gout, BPH, prior ________ kidney injury. He was admitted...
Complete thread -- Guyon?
Complete thread -- Sent with blank. nm
Complete thread -- C-section, ? on s/l "GYN" clamp, sm
Complete thread -- No. Do not change it. Leave as arthroscopy/debridement.
Complete thread -- I like /
Complete thread -- arthroscopy and debridement
Complete thread -- Verbatim: doc says arthroscopy debridement... would you change to arthroscopic?
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- thanks! :)
Complete thread -- I'd just go with mini pill or mini-pill. It is not trademarked nor registered as a brand
Complete thread -- to me, either works, for easier read might put in the hyphen
Complete thread -- A migrainous accompaniment ? amigrainous would be A=without
Complete thread -- amigrainous is verifiable using google
Complete thread -- yes female... and I know what it is...just not correct way to spell as there are so many
Complete thread -- Is this female? mini-Pill (POP) is an oral contraceptive taken
Complete thread -- think dictator means is cholesteatoma & way of conjugating word
Complete thread -- said a 3rd time in report. spell check hates amigrainous
Complete thread -- minipill, mini-pill, Mini-Pill, Mini Pill, mini pill ?? archives are a mess
Complete thread -- said it again later in report (SM)
Complete thread -- would you hyphenate when cocontraction is not hyphenated??
Complete thread -- amigrainous migrainous ???
Complete thread -- I'd go as dictated =(calculations show)co-contraction of the quadriceps
Complete thread -- it is proper combining form - makes sense to me. (but I would still flag)
Complete thread -- yvw. glad I could help. :)
Complete thread -- IMO, I would not type as dictated since I can't find it as a real word. I would flag it.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- sending as dictated
Complete thread -- yes, and not sure if I type it as he dictated or correct him. Verbatim
Complete thread -- thanks so much :)
Complete thread -- Prosight (for the macular degeneration) perhaps
Complete thread -- sounds like he means cholesteatoma in a way.
Complete thread -- I would. And also, I would use semicolons after titers, HIV, and STD. (see message)
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- doc says cholesteopathy (SM)
Complete thread -- s/l bro-site Thanks for the input.
Complete thread -- (356,000 units; repeat) 356,400 international units.
Complete thread -- would there be a colon after panel??
Complete thread -- doc says cocontracture ... verbatim acct. Would you type cocontraction?
Complete thread -- awesome! thank you so very much for this! It is def a lifesaver! :)
Complete thread -- 12/12/2013 showed __________ international units per mL
Complete thread -- This is all I can think of right now. (MUGA Scan) and a myocardial perfusion scan. sm
Complete thread -- s/l mu-co-plasm perfusion scan TIA!
Complete thread -- That was me. Yes, you can set sites to always automatically open in
Complete thread -- nevermind, sorry! I figured it out :) Thanks so much for providing this link!
Complete thread -- Google Chrome and IE tabs
Complete thread -- med help. s/l Mag-Al-Samyth 30 mLs q.4h. p.r.n. nausea...nm
Complete thread -- I bet that's it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- s/l tamzin Thanks for the help.
Complete thread -- I found Campus Martius Park
Complete thread -- went skating s/l temp-us-marsh-uh TIA!
Complete thread -- thanks to all who tried. sending it on with a blank now.
Complete thread -- WAV file. Patient with history of hypertension, diabetes, in for a CVA.
Complete thread -- agree with you
Complete thread -- that's what he gets for thinking out loud. SM
Complete thread -- just does not make sense to me
Complete thread -- questioning #13. Verbatim acct.
Complete thread -- Thanks, agree, it was a logical enough guess, but on relisten, I can hear the "ch" now too
Complete thread -- I wondered that, just was not sure
Complete thread -- maybe stumbling over antiplatelet therapy
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- some type of therapy
Complete thread -- Argh...2-pack-plus-per-day smoker!
Complete thread -- Although 2-pack-plus-per day would be better...
Complete thread -- I would do the same.
Complete thread -- actually b h p c a k pretty good guess on s/l & similar use
Complete thread -- is this typed right? She is a 2-pack-per-day-plus smoker ???
Complete thread -- thanks! :)
Complete thread -- agree, ignore my suggestion above
Complete thread -- FerroGels? (though he's not saying the "s"
Complete thread -- I think it is ferrochel??
Complete thread -- drug s/l farrow chill
Complete thread -- I am hearing RAGE and finding info on the internet -see link
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- pure or purely?
Complete thread -- Geriatric assessment..
Complete thread -- Thank you. I had finally managed to find a page from a facility where it talked about
Complete thread -- okay, thank you!
Complete thread -- fit perfectly - Hemodialysis (HD)
Complete thread -- said again in ASSESSMENT where we are not supposed to leave abbrev. Does hemodialysis fit
Complete thread -- just posted +wav
Complete thread -- hemodialysis? ...
Complete thread -- PMH
Complete thread -- end-stage? ...
Complete thread -- near HD ?? 3. Chronic renal disease with secondary anemia. He is near _____.
Complete thread -- See if this link helps...
Complete thread -- nm, FINALLY found documentation confirming.
Complete thread -- Citrix? Not familiar with. "As I mentioned above, we did not have the fused images
Complete thread -- please pay attention to the question
Complete thread -- focal
Complete thread -- vocal of focal
Complete thread -- the question was about "Groshong device".. Nice dodge.
Complete thread -- np. yw. :)
Complete thread -- exactly my thought - just didn't fit history. Thanks for telling me I wasn't hearing
Complete thread -- It sure is.
Complete thread -- Me too at first. My brain was trying to make it Renvela.
Complete thread -- Slow day on the board.
Complete thread -- who cares anyway? the question was asked 3-1/2 hours ago, so OP probably moved on.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I was hearing an "r" sound.
Complete thread -- Ventolin?
Complete thread -- Hello. It still didn't indicate a type of manual therapy.
Complete thread -- Hello? The question was not about the slash!
Complete thread -- Include montelukast, ____________, Advair, amitriptyline, Spiriva...
Complete thread -- as dictated
Complete thread -- symmetric and equal reflexes or symmetrical and equal reflexes
Complete thread -- The / indicates and/or in this case.
Complete thread -- I suspect this is helper practicing "The Skill" of not answering the real question.
Complete thread -- there are 2, one in each ear.
Complete thread -- spell it out. (minus 28 is -28... negative is spelled out)
Complete thread -- figured it out :)
Complete thread -- ii think they were questioning s/l Groshong device to her right gluteus medius.
Complete thread -- just dictator way (the slash) of indicating what type of manual therapy. I'd go with it.
Complete thread -- and would probably put a comma before "in" lol or just reword the whole thing if you can..
Complete thread -- and "Providence" should be "Province."
Complete thread -- No, the "and" after Hamilton should be "in." Hamilton is a town in the Province of s.m.
Complete thread -- Born and raised in Ontario Providence, Hamilton and Canada. ?? does this look right?
Complete thread -- if it was my teenager talking, it would have been hours!
Complete thread -- thanks. He just enunciates chronic so clearly for lymphadema that this sounded
Complete thread -- it was just a suggestion - no apology necessary.
Complete thread -- I use dashes all the time when doctors dictate like discussion points.
Complete thread -- guessing it is "negative" being that P. 269 of BOS 2 states not to use - unless in table
Complete thread -- dictated "negative 28" ... would that be -28 or negative 28??
Complete thread -- I apologize and will try not to do that again :)
Complete thread -- opps..I'm sure it was an exaggeration, just feels like minutes when a helper is trying to
Complete thread -- I'm sure it was.
Complete thread -- Okay, will in future... but "several" minutes is an exaggeration as my "refresh" post was
Complete thread -- so are you saying that the sentence should look like this?
Complete thread -- suggestion - in the future, post the wav file BEFORE posting your question.
Complete thread -- behind the tympanic membrane is a space that becomes infected or has fluid
Complete thread -- TMs behind "them"... what is them? other TMs?? that is why I'm confused
Complete thread -- relatively
Complete thread -- TM - behinds them looks relative benign.
Complete thread -- Patient with degenerative joint disease of the hip.
Complete thread -- okay, hear wav -
Complete thread -- chronic dermatitis
Complete thread -- refresh? it is playing for me
Complete thread -- I still hear old wav file
Complete thread -- TM section not making sense to me. Verbatim acct
Complete thread -- EXTREMITIES: Show chronic lymphedema, 3+, with ________ dermatitis.
Complete thread -- could also be - cGMP
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- cyclic GMP-dependent protein kinase II gene associates with gout disease
Complete thread -- gout?
Complete thread -- sm please
Complete thread -- help with word, pls sm
Complete thread -- the full sentence might have been helpful
Complete thread -- Skill? What you did above was "skill?" Condescending is not a skill.
Complete thread -- agree with VMT. This is part of neurological exam.
Complete thread -- That is what google is showing.
Complete thread -- gosh, I need to slow down - LMB
Complete thread -- It looks to me like LMP is the name of the splint (could be wrong)
Complete thread -- oh stop your stalking. Get a life. Learn the skill.
Complete thread -- no
Complete thread -- Calcium channel blockers - We need...
Complete thread -- wonder if and EMG findings & MUG= MUP=motor unit potentials??
Complete thread -- what do you mean by dash? hyphen? forward slash? where? thanks :)
Complete thread -- Not sure if a comma is needed
Complete thread -- I personally would use a dash there since it is more of a heading than part of a
Complete thread -- okay, corrected that part, but still does not seem right with the calcium channel blockers
Complete thread -- Which is why OP questioned it. Why would you assume OP doesn't know definitions?
Complete thread -- (excuse the typo - diuretics)
Complete thread -- I hear "did not work well in the past and I would not want to put her on dieuretics,
Complete thread -- sorry… this was not PMH but MEDs :)
Complete thread -- verbatim account, not sure how to punctuate this. I provided +wav as well
Complete thread -- for next time, check definiions first, ACL & PCL= knee; spondylitis = vertebra
Complete thread -- I googled applanation pressure N150 and see some hits, but not sure if its what you want.
Complete thread -- okay thanks… was hoping to find a Softscript/shorthand user
Complete thread -- They can at least tell you whether it is compatible with our program or not.
Complete thread -- okay, thanks!
Complete thread -- I have also always used Word autocorrect/autotext functions. Was trying out SH as it was
Complete thread -- They're all "renal related" so I'd probably keep it all together.
Complete thread -- not sure if go together or separate
Complete thread -- I think they used to give us that as a free download (?) but don't see it on the
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- duh
Complete thread -- instability?
Complete thread -- Will turn in for QA to look at. Thanks
Complete thread -- any softscript people out there who have tried "shorthand"?? I cant get it to work
Complete thread -- The ACL was intact as well as the PCL without substantial "spondylitis"? or any atte
Complete thread -- sorry, found it, smooth Gerald forceps it is.
Complete thread -- Thyroidectomy - s/l smooth Gerald's ?
Complete thread -- 8010.7
Complete thread -- crescentic?
Complete thread -- She had a beta of *8000 and 10.7*
Complete thread -- Monsel was placed in the _____ to secure hemostasis
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Needing second opinion. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thank you! ...
Complete thread -- supraspinatus *cron sen tic* approximately 3 cm
Complete thread -- this was confirmed to be *mug nerve* by stimulation
Complete thread -- for this to be _______ leg in the
Complete thread -- in the way of ductions
Complete thread -- help with ophthalmology word - mp3 uploaded
Complete thread -- Need help with ophthalmology word - mp3 uploaded
Complete thread -- okay, sorry CSL
Complete thread -- Gosh I don't know, does not sound like that, I will highlight, but thanks for the input.
Complete thread -- two-point? as in two-point discrimination?
Complete thread -- Word help s/l tal-point? test
Complete thread -- Will check that out. Thanks. He clearly says m-o-h.., but at least I can suggest that.
Complete thread -- Methylphenidate-Immediate Release (MPH-IR) ??
Complete thread -- they are similar enough dyes, I would not flag.
Complete thread -- Medication spelled as m-o-h-i-r
Complete thread -- Yes, he dictates one allergy heading under the normal H&P headings, then again under ROS.
Complete thread -- either way, i would leave as dictated. There are several different
Complete thread -- yes, you are right...thx for pointing out
Complete thread -- also, it is posterior longitudinal ligament (no and)
Complete thread -- are they usually different things in the different headings? (never heard of 2 different
Complete thread -- ligament, indenting thecal sac,
Complete thread -- long sentence - do I need a comma here??
Complete thread -- thx
Complete thread -- 'CT contrast' and 'IVP dye'. Should I flag?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- well, I doubt that it is at age 37. I just know it is true in my case.
Complete thread -- mucocele?
Complete thread -- s/l mu cell sinus surgery
Complete thread -- google bacteremia infection in eyes
Complete thread -- I do (will get QA marked off otherwise, they love that.)
Complete thread -- agree lag screws were located in the center-center zone
Complete thread -- bacteremia presence of bacteria in the blood.
Complete thread -- I've heard center-center before...I'd give it to him.
Complete thread -- It is the ring and the pinky that are still stiff,
Complete thread -- central position?
Complete thread -- Could it be bacteremia?
Complete thread -- The index finger is doing much better. The middle finger is doing fin ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- kinda similar... anyway, not trying to ruffle anybody's feathers.
Complete thread -- you were right, I was wrong. I used a bad example -- I admit it! OK?
Complete thread -- s/l center center?? positioning....maybe center positioning?
Complete thread -- I did use was...
Complete thread -- i'd say 'has'
Complete thread -- depends on the acct. some want us to change it, some don't since the headers may be
Complete thread -- she has a history of s/l recteremia in teh eyes and sties.
Complete thread -- okay. Thanks
Complete thread -- it's not really similar
Complete thread -- it was your fail, CS Lewis, live with it.
Complete thread -- I can hear it now. Thanks.
Complete thread -- no, I don't change headings; I don't change ALLERGIES to singular when there's just one.
Complete thread -- I believe that she is tolerating....
Complete thread -- I do.
Complete thread -- if header says DIAGNOSIS and more than 1 stated... do you change to DIAGNOSES?
Complete thread -- I guess so - like an Ace wrap?
Complete thread -- see "was or were" post from earlier, down the page a ways.
Complete thread -- anybody? file is due soon...
Complete thread -- who's oy vay?
Complete thread -- I think it'd be "has" -- all has disappeared... but check with Oy Vay poster :)
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- has or have? see message
Complete thread -- : Left upper extremity, she is in a half cast and wrap-brace consistent with
Complete thread -- I get it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- p.o.
Complete thread -- I made THE grammatical point, and the the thread jumped the shark.
Complete thread -- CT scan of the abdomen and pelvis with "Pee-Oh" and IV contrast.
Complete thread -- You make a good grammatical point. Too bad you had to sign off so snarkily.
Complete thread -- I can find no documentation for
Complete thread -- If my car were to break down, I'd be bummed.
Complete thread -- in that sentence, he is using the subjunctive of "was"
Complete thread -- anyone??
Complete thread -- okay, thanks!
Complete thread -- Vivactiv
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- I found UG can be urogenital? I do think he is just backwards.
Complete thread -- GU backwards???
Complete thread -- bad esl doing review of systems .. GI, no nausea, vomiting, diarrhea. "UG" denies.
Complete thread -- Yes!
Complete thread -- We are going to refer her to Occupational Therapy for this.
Complete thread -- I think that is what he means, so I think we can safely give it to him.
Complete thread -- ...in AN L4-5 distribution.
Complete thread -- Maybe it is "coursed," as in the pain coursed or went in a L4-5 distribution?
Complete thread -- maybe it caused not she...? or SLR caused L4-5... ?
Complete thread -- SLR test - ESL
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- vaulting
Complete thread -- The patient does s/l volting and cheerleading.
Complete thread -- On my account, type as dictated and flag it.
Complete thread -- verbatim acct, so do I blank it and flag? or leave how he spelled? or correct?
Complete thread -- lab values are same. Do not end with WBC and start next line with value.
Complete thread -- If verbatim: hemo- or pneumothorax.
Complete thread -- how would you type this. Verbatim acct
Complete thread -- Stelara? (plaque psoriasis)
Complete thread -- yes, correct. That is the easy format for me. It is harder to figure out when it runs
Complete thread -- I found Vivactil for depression?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- doc spells medication, cannot document Sterelava
Complete thread -- From what I understand from the BOS, I would bring down pulse to the next line: pulse 120
Complete thread -- might be clotrimazole brand Lotrimin, Mycelex trouche
Complete thread -- my example did not format correctly. The pulse in 1st example is supposed to be behind 19
Complete thread -- I am not referring to a separate page... just another line such as:
Complete thread -- s/l viv (could be div or tiv)-uh-tif TIA!
Complete thread -- med s/l klonepizole
Complete thread -- Sorry, you understood that part, I see. See message...
Complete thread -- I have never had to do this, but referencing the BOS (page 426)...see message
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both.
Complete thread -- can someone help with an area I struggle with, "end of line" p. 423-426 BOS 2
Complete thread -- Tradjenta for diabetes - mebbe doc is spelling from a handwritten list - can't ever trust
Complete thread -- well, that is rare, rerally. LOL
Complete thread -- I'm betting he means linagliptin (Tradjenta) FDA approved for the treatment of type 2 diab
Complete thread -- you're prolly right, but "rerally" above couldn't think of ANY time it'd be "set were"
Complete thread -- sorry, this is in medication list.
Complete thread -- clarify please, as a medication, I'm assuming??
Complete thread -- doctor is spelling trajerate. Unable to verify, any suggestions?
Complete thread -- welcome!
Complete thread -- Yay! That's it, thank you so much :)
Complete thread -- I don't think so, kind of sounds like a combined name but it is so unclear.
Complete thread -- was negative.
Complete thread -- Kernig's sign, Brudzinski's sign, and nuchal rigidity are bedside diagnostic signs used to
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Babinski?
Complete thread -- computed tomographic cisternography (CTC)
Complete thread -- okay, thank you!
Complete thread -- His neck was supple and his S/L ???-Berginski were negative.
Complete thread -- meaning of abbreviation - CTC ?
Complete thread -- subscapularis testing? sounds like they want you to expand.
Complete thread -- yes, it does depend on the objects following. However, set of cardiac markers is not
Complete thread -- verbatim acct, would you leave or expand subscap ...SM
Complete thread -- That must be it - I'm 37! Wonder what I'll be like a few years down the line
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- see message for actual questions
Complete thread -- The CAGE questionnaire, the name of which is an acronym of its four questions,
Complete thread -- sounds like he wants to be treated in a mental health facility so it makes sense to me
Complete thread -- not drink in the morning. *caged question* positive 2/4. Denies any other drug abus
Complete thread -- rehab and wanted to get into *mental health*. XX asked him to go to XX Hospital
Complete thread -- THANK YOU! :)
Complete thread -- action?
Complete thread -- "set" is a collective noun, which can be either singular or plural, depending...
Complete thread -- that would be absence seizure not tremor
Complete thread -- absence (pronounced "absonce")??
Complete thread -- I guess C.S. Lewis didn't have a very good editor,
Complete thread -- Pt with tremors
Complete thread -- From the book, Mere Christianity...
Complete thread -- I don't know of any time you'd say set were :/
Complete thread -- ONE particular set (first) was
Complete thread -- you're
Complete thread -- your getting old!
Complete thread -- set WAS noted....
Complete thread -- new FDA Farxiga (dapagliflozin) tablets type 2 diabetes.
Complete thread -- I think merely a stumble/restart (some "os ossicles)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- were
Complete thread -- virtual?
Complete thread -- Oh wait, 5, 100 !! Thank you!
Complete thread -- That's what I was thinking too but then he said "500" ??
Complete thread -- That
Complete thread -- not sure, pretty darn huge for dilatation. so, i'd say it is 4, 80, -2. 4 cm, 80%, -2
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- was or were? SM
Complete thread -- Patient has had no previous colonoscopy but had "veraco" colonoscopy about 15-20
Complete thread -- Oh, in that case I kind of like your change better.
Complete thread -- vaginal exam in pregnancy - please help
Complete thread -- did not hear, but chordal fits with tricuspid (the rubber band-like cord-like structures)
Complete thread -- Ugh. I left off the s. I should have typed
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- I'd go as dictated
Complete thread -- Last way would be "reproduces" but I'd leave as dictated.
Complete thread -- "*It is the flexion-extension...."
Complete thread -- Duh... I think its crura.
Complete thread -- We incised the lesser omentum and identified the s/l cora. We retracted the
Complete thread -- When I listen again I hear... on proper care
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- in preop care and to (but i'm sure he meant postop care)
Complete thread -- duh... is lacrimal
Complete thread -- He was instructed _____ call my office for
Complete thread -- was referred for _____ evaluation
Complete thread -- s/l Lachamer probes
Complete thread -- brand medically necessary (not generic)
Complete thread -- egophany? (ck my spelling, its too early)
Complete thread -- fentanyl patch at 100 mcg q.72 h ____ medically necessary, nortriptyline 50 mg
Complete thread -- Anyone else find they type much more slowly when it's cold? I'm crawling.
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- equals.
Complete thread -- Hewlett Packard
Complete thread -- NJ area, Social History: he works for "healy Packard" 65-yo male
Complete thread -- Would you write out equals or use =?
Complete thread -- never mind, she's saying neb suspension (as in nebulizer)
Complete thread -- On medication list: 5. Budesonide 0.5 mg/2 mL *s/l med* suspension.
Complete thread -- Could not hear bronchial breath sounds or s/l go-fi-ney. thank you.
Complete thread -- can you please listen into the
Complete thread -- extraneous?
Complete thread -- ...going to have one more breast surgery to eliminate the s/l macstren ...
Complete thread -- Final answer - pile-drived
Complete thread -- yes...I can hear pile-drived... ...
Complete thread -- my football coach son-in-law agrees with this.
Complete thread -- can you hear pile-drived? (It's an expression.)
Complete thread -- kind of like being dog-piled on :) is my take
Complete thread -- pummel driven sounds better, but I have no idea what he is talking about. haha
Complete thread -- Help with verb
Complete thread -- The wav is gone, but I would put a period after pattern and
Complete thread -- I settled on 'far' portion of the meniscus.
Complete thread -- absolutely yes
Complete thread -- what do you do if the & is not allowed in acct? then it would be C and S ??
Complete thread -- listed under ossicle
Complete thread -- listed under os
Complete thread -- listed under os
Complete thread -- listed under ossicle
Complete thread -- listed under ossicle
Complete thread -- listed under os
Complete thread -- after I debrided the initial ____ portion of the meniscus.
Complete thread -- okay, thanks :)
Complete thread -- sounds perfect (to me)
Complete thread -- is this paragraph correct? I'm unsure on some of the words
Complete thread -- Thank you very much, poi!
Complete thread -- thank you!!
Complete thread -- click on above where it says send/listen to wav files (in blue)
Complete thread -- that is not it. To listen, you click on send/listen wav files. Works best in IE
Complete thread -- chordal
Complete thread -- wonder if the second one he is saying os trigonum, AN os accessory, noted
Complete thread -- end-systolic? I do not know how to pull up wav files to listen ...
Complete thread -- os ossicles and os accessory
Complete thread -- unsure what he said
Complete thread -- okay, found dichloroacetic acid (DCA). It makes sense (to me) now.
Complete thread -- that is what I usually associate the word "os" with - ALL accessory ossicles
Complete thread -- i find accessory ossicles?
Complete thread -- can't verify either. link
Complete thread -- I don't hear a wav. Not familiar with procedure, but not finding
Complete thread -- usually see it written C&S
Complete thread -- Thanks, poi. Would you listen for the WAV about the 84% DCA, please?
Complete thread -- CryOmega® Disposable Cryosurgery
Complete thread -- os ossicles and os accessory
Complete thread -- s/l "cryo omega as well as 84% DCA." Typed correctly? TIA
Complete thread -- verbatimi acct. Doc says vaginal C and S... would you type that? or expand?
Complete thread -- oh, and of course, you're welcome. :)
Complete thread -- I can see it throwing you a bit. I used the adjectival form cadaveric earlier,
Complete thread -- At this point a hot shot was given and the crossclamp was removed
Complete thread -- oh thank you bhpcak. You answered me early this morning without a wav and I saw the post
Complete thread -- my guess as well
Complete thread -- cadaver
Complete thread -- debridement and left ankle anterior ligament reconstruction with __anatomic graft
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thank you both!
Complete thread -- treatment couch?
Complete thread -- thanks for the update - can't think what the "S" is for (except, like poi's wag, Surgery?)
Complete thread -- You'd do better starting a new thread each time you post a new wav.
Complete thread -- uvulopalatopharyngeal surgery?
Complete thread -- significant amount of edema and bowel distention?
Complete thread -- This is some fibrous deposit?
Complete thread -- looks like uvulopalatopharyngoplasty abbrev is UPPP. What is UPPS?
Complete thread -- does anyone know what UPPS stands for??
Complete thread -- His chest incision and VAC placement is intact with no erythema. His ...
Complete thread -- letting helpers from earlier know on my post that was questioning E-P-P-S
Complete thread -- different dictation, but this time he clearly says UPPS :)
Complete thread -- help help help
Complete thread -- thanks ..makes sense
Complete thread -- what procedure is being done?
Complete thread -- Radiation oncology. there is no / ... it is a single discipline.
Complete thread -- Tried to hear "clinic" but cant really hear that, Im probably making it too harder than !
Complete thread -- had internal bleeding from previous chole...
Complete thread -- was bleeding and had to have open surgery under general anesthesia to control bleeding?
Complete thread -- I was not even in the ball park! Thanks
Complete thread -- ...taken to Radiation/Oncology and placed on the s/l linette couch, final QA was done
Complete thread -- can anyone make sense from this? sm pls
Complete thread -- A #15
Complete thread -- wav file. I think I get this but cannot verify.
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Sounds like NP but could be MP. Cannot verify either. Any ideas? Breast implant.
Complete thread -- must be Ossur..thx
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Ossur?
Complete thread -- LSO?
Complete thread -- s/l osure brace??
Complete thread -- pterional
Complete thread -- change in preciptitable enhancement
Complete thread -- Her left ___ incision has healed well
Complete thread -- thank you for trying!:) I appreciate your help, both of you.
Complete thread -- preceivable? gosh, I would probably flag. Can't figure out what he means.
Complete thread -- I am hearing precipitable
Complete thread -- thanks - just uploaded a Wav file, too. Hear something different, but maybe he's dictating
Complete thread -- isn't that what I said at the start of this thread?
Complete thread -- peripheral
Complete thread -- sidling
Complete thread -- CT scan (s/l precipital enhancement)
Complete thread -- s/l idling
Complete thread -- figured out he was saying "and D1" not MD1 :) Thanks!
Complete thread -- phakic - got it! Just had to be more creative with my sound alikes.
Complete thread -- doing a vitrectomy for retinal detachment
Complete thread -- this sounds like fake-ed - he really enunciates 2 syllables. I know this word!
Complete thread -- Looks good to me.
Complete thread -- sorry, nevermind.. got message that I was taking too long and told to send anyway.
Complete thread -- he did not say MD1... it was "and D1" Thanks!
Complete thread -- next blank... new +wav posted
Complete thread -- Do I have this punctuated
Complete thread -- thanks!! :) I have 3 more blanks and it will be over =/
Complete thread -- Cross clamp was applied... ventricle. For this purpose, a ...
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- blood cardioplegia solution
Complete thread -- I posted a new post for more blanks
Complete thread -- more blanks on cardiac OP
Complete thread -- Ya, my spell checker wanted the "y" instead of "i"
Complete thread -- thank you.. can you tell me what P2 stands for?
Complete thread -- dyshidrosis gets many ore hits on google
Complete thread -- UPPP is certainly the most reasonable suggestion,
Complete thread -- dyshydrosis or dyshidrosis??
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- here is paragraph for next blank. Just posted +wav
Complete thread -- thanks! I have another blank too... will post that +wav
Complete thread -- (not a new paragraph). The patient was then transferred to coronary care unit
Complete thread -- posted 2nd wave for the care unit blank
Complete thread -- what would MD1 stand for?
Complete thread -- you didn't post a WAV below, helper was suggesting based on your s/l
Complete thread -- a couple posts below I posted MD1 and it was thought to be MB1 instead, but sounded like D
Complete thread -- diagonal branches (D1, D2)
Complete thread -- Thanks! Can you tell me what the D stands for? :)
Complete thread -- #1 is D1
Complete thread -- PDA to OM1. 2 is D1. bypass time (sorry) was 230 minutes
Complete thread -- #2 separated from cardiopulmonary bypass (no graft)
Complete thread -- graft does not fit there.
Complete thread -- I agree with this.
Complete thread -- does this make sense for new blank #2??
Complete thread -- tpp was then taken off of ...
Complete thread -- entire cardiopulmonary bypass time was 230 minutes
Complete thread -- 3rd blank is with aortic crossclamp time of 190 minutes.
Complete thread -- #1 saphenous (but he corrected to sequential saphenous)
Complete thread -- think for some blanks he is saying this.. cannot make out rest
Complete thread -- to OM1
Complete thread -- mult blanks. split +wav into 3 separate pieces to not drag out; will post separately
Complete thread -- I'm going with electrical. I can't hear him say that
Complete thread -- thigh pain
Complete thread -- okay, thanks!
Complete thread -- thank you so much!
Complete thread -- greater than 35 minutes
Complete thread -- MB maybe? marginal branch? obtuse marginal 1 (no hyphen)
Complete thread -- some type of care
Complete thread -- thank you! :)
Complete thread -- interpretation of
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- Besides, sound file had two P's and one S, so EPSS is NOT a valid possibility.
Complete thread -- I have no cardiac experience, doing a cardiac OP. What is MD-1??
Complete thread -- I'll listen for that. Thank you.
Complete thread -- I KNOW what Epworth is. All your info about it doesn't make it make sense in this context.
Complete thread -- i typed li fracture in google & it brought me to Lisfranc fracture?
Complete thread -- disagree "nope" Valid possibility. Status post mean, evaluated with that test
Complete thread -- A 53-year-old female with a left ankle fracture.
Complete thread -- that makes no sense - Epworth is an assessment, not something to resolve sleep apnea.
Complete thread -- EPSS might have to do with sleep apnea- Epworth sleepiness scale
Complete thread -- These were on sale so nowhere near that much but still a lot more expensive than the ones
Complete thread -- s/l neptoline affective stenosis
Complete thread -- I tried some Bose noise cancelling headphones (not wireless) in an airport.
Complete thread -- I slowed it way way down. It was 'well.' Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- I think it is just "well"
Complete thread -- That could be. It sounded like he was holding the L in metatarsal at first.
Complete thread -- ran motors
Complete thread -- as well? (there is something there)
Complete thread -- tritext?
Complete thread -- Anyone have experience with Bluetooth wireless headphones? I've been going through
Complete thread -- wav file, not sure if there is a word there, or if he hanging on to the last syllable
Complete thread -- Thanks. I think he is making up his own word which a combination of that and ChlorHex??
Complete thread -- found this
Complete thread -- will do! :)
Complete thread -- let us know if you ever find out
Complete thread -- I get this in a lot of reports. Cannot find the exact term. ChlorHexiprep is what it
Complete thread -- what would that mean?
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- I think I can hear BSS now.
Complete thread -- thinking I am going to flag it since I cannot verify what it is
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- his obstruction sleep apnea was resolved from that?
Complete thread -- yes, WHO (World Health Organization) has surgical timeout guidelines.
Complete thread -- ah ha
Complete thread -- WHO World Health Organization, it would be okay.
Complete thread -- Once that was done, we _____ to confirm that there were no
Complete thread -- Just throwing this out here based on history - PPS - post-polio syndrome?
Complete thread -- can't tell first letter, but I hear "PPS" (maybe EPPS or UPPS)
Complete thread -- just looked at archives. Only 2 other files. One left a blank and other typed UPPS ??
Complete thread -- standard fashion. A *W H O* time-out was then performed
Complete thread -- I am hearing dilated 1:4 and then something?
Complete thread -- verbatim acct. What did you hear on +wav?
Complete thread -- uvulopalatopharyngoplasty would fit context, but that's usually UPPP.
Complete thread -- EPPS?? says each letter E-P-P-S
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- highlighted with Triesence _____. Additional vitreous
Complete thread -- infusion line was inserted due to *shrill* retinal tissue and then turned on
Complete thread -- position on 10/16/13. __________ was fabricated to achieve reproducible
Complete thread -- TYSM!
Complete thread -- Comtan
Complete thread -- s/l comp-tin Thanks for the help!
Complete thread -- cadaveric?
Complete thread -- s/l mer-duck reduction (breast) TIA!
Complete thread -- "cadabra" anatomic graft
Complete thread -- never mind, you were right. I listened again, definitely dispsnsed
Complete thread -- that sounds more like it. Is suspensed a wrong word, can it be okay if the doctor says th
Complete thread -- okay thanks so much
Complete thread -- No, I don't hear that, nor does it make any sense whatsoever.
Complete thread -- dispensed?
Complete thread -- is suspensed a correct word?
Complete thread -- do you hear right high?
Complete thread -- it's another post. Just listen to the wav.
Complete thread -- thanks, bhpcak. Someone below suggested hydrolosis. Do you hear that?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks. Are you indicating that you are not sure with your answer or is this another post
Complete thread -- no problem
Complete thread -- caveat emptor
Complete thread -- and right hydroylsis which is now level ...
Complete thread -- right high, that is
Complete thread -- I hear "high," think he means like a high-riding pelvis.
Complete thread -- I apologise. ...
Complete thread -- had a _____ pelvis, which is now a level
Complete thread -- zero molecular electrophoresis
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
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Complete thread -- wav not there yet
Complete thread -- yes, think it does, found this (right side high)
Complete thread -- There was still a significant void, so Stryker ____ 2.5 cc putty was r ...
Complete thread -- which is now level with range of motion and strength (cuts off here)
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Complete thread -- I have Dell> go to start, device/printer (+ keyboard)then scroll through the sm
Complete thread -- . He is increasing his range of motion, his strength. He had a ____pelvis, w
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Complete thread -- LOL, sorry, just noticed you said "keyboard," thought you meant the whole laptop.
Complete thread -- Review of systems
Complete thread -- "Disable" it? Take the hard drive out and destroy it?
Complete thread -- would anyone know how to disable a dell inspiron laptop keyboard permanently?
Complete thread -- Dr. DeGasperis is doing some stim with him, some ___massage, some trigger point work,
Complete thread -- does "right high pelvis" make sense?
Complete thread -- Musculoskeletal, cutaneous, and neurlogical review of systems is* negative. right?
Complete thread -- I was making this too hard. Isolable is a word. duh
Complete thread -- isolatable?
Complete thread -- Maddox rod testing did not reveal a single s/l *ice-lable* nerve palsy?
Complete thread -- I know I'm late, but can you hear post-ictally?
Complete thread -- serum protein electrophoresis?
Complete thread -- Nevermind! - I had to send this in and flagged it.
Complete thread -- s/l zero molecular pheresis ??
Complete thread -- I'd put separate heading DONOR STATUS:
Complete thread -- put donor on end of SH
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Complete thread -- okay, then the tetanus status would go under immunization header... where would donor go?
Complete thread -- got it...unknown tetanus status
Complete thread -- should have put several question marks on that.
Complete thread -- up to date on tetanus status
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Complete thread -- s/l nintendo status LOL! Help?
Complete thread -- I just did and it downloaded/played fine on my end. it's called "1" - thanks for trying
Complete thread -- how I would - synovitis/flexor tendonitis
Complete thread -- Right thumb MCP synovitis flexor tendinitis. (Is comma needed
Complete thread -- yes, thank you!! with stone removal in '08 :) I could not catch that at all but knew what
Complete thread -- could be 08' (like 2008) ??
Complete thread -- with stone removal __________ (not was told to lose all weight)
Complete thread -- unsure I am hearing correctly
Complete thread -- I still can't hear anything. Trying uploading and playing the mp3 yourself first.
Complete thread -- strange - thanks! Uploaded again... I think! :)
Complete thread -- no mp3?
Complete thread -- I'd say because of "and" all 1 thing. renal insufficiency and that because of diuretic
Complete thread -- unsure if #6 is supposed to be 2 separate diagnoses or is all 1.
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Complete thread -- haha...lots of thinks?
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Complete thread -- I won't offer a guess on that...there seems to be more than one word missing.
Complete thread -- thanks for trying. can you hear "post ventric"?
Complete thread -- agree, I sure can't
Complete thread -- installation (a solid) instillation (liquid)
Complete thread -- not sure anyone will get that, the sound cuts out.
Complete thread -- and he seems to be arousable post ______.
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Complete thread -- creatinine
Complete thread -- to proceed cautiously due to his elevated ____ as far as diagnostic imaging goes
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Complete thread -- google avastin injections for macular degeneration
Complete thread -- okay, Avastin makes sense. I was thrown off by the foot numbness.
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Complete thread -- Avastin is a cancer med, and I do not see anywhere in hx about cancer
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Complete thread -- do you know what is degeneration is of?
Complete thread -- Inguinal hernia repair - is it *instillation* or *installation* of mesh?
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Complete thread -- thank you, adn can you catch the last med? it s/l strical
Complete thread -- Sporanox
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Complete thread -- MEDICATIONS: Spiriva, Xanax, Dyazide, hydrocodone, Dexilant, centrum, ...
Complete thread -- left-to-right shunting patent ductus arteriosus? left-to-right-shunting pda?
Complete thread -- the optimum cranium ??
Complete thread -- There would still be a word missing too.
Complete thread -- Got it, thanks. Through instead of during and in, not of.
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Complete thread -- I keep thinking I hear accurate cranial?? Big guess there.
Complete thread -- Does the 2nd sentence make sense as written?
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Complete thread -- underwent CT simulation in the supine position on 10/16/13. The __________ was fabri
Complete thread -- also has "Aquaplast mold" - I did not research these.
Complete thread -- I found Altchek vaginal mold in Stedman's equip.
Complete thread -- more info... does not sound like okay, sounds like ahhhk
Complete thread -- . A custom *ok flass* mold was fabricated to achieve reproducible mobilization
Complete thread -- Patient has s/l "comatrol" contracture with thick "comatrol" cord
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Complete thread -- too much time on this-blanking.
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Complete thread -- listening over and over. Not hearing "pro" but now hearing "ing" at end of word
Complete thread -- can you hear "projection"
Complete thread -- thanks! went with OB/GYN HISTORY :)
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Complete thread -- gyne history?
Complete thread -- if doc gives not heading for LMP, where would you put that at?
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Complete thread -- starts to say "did a DHS," corrects, and says "did a 4-hole DHS"
Complete thread -- That sounds closer, thank you.
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Complete thread -- We do 4 + 4 = 8 This is in the BOS that way.
Complete thread -- 4+4=8
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Complete thread -- I thought so, but was thinking side of too. Thaks
Complete thread -- T2b N0 M0 Gleason *four plus four equals eight* -how to write this?
Complete thread -- like positive (+) but I'd spell it out like you have it.
Complete thread -- Intertrochanteric hip fracture
Complete thread -- . Respiratory: **Plus** mild wheezing bilaterally.
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Complete thread -- wav file thanks
Complete thread -- anasarca? (extreme generalized edema)
Complete thread -- Thank you. I will listen for that.
Complete thread -- maybe anisocoria (unequal pupil size)
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Complete thread -- and, therefore, I feel we can ....
Complete thread -- makes sense to me. Perhaps *in* would sound better...in a trial program.
Complete thread -- Enrolled would be right. Pts enroll in chemo protocol studies.
Complete thread -- no tenderness to palpation; therefore, I feel...
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Complete thread -- She was initially *enrolled on* GOG-258, but presented with the bulky pelvic recurren
Complete thread -- , and therefore, or and therefore??
Complete thread -- absolutely! yes
Complete thread -- s/l staging PET/CT
Complete thread -- I bet ok, as it exits at the nerve roots ***can also google it.
Complete thread -- is change an option on a verbatim account?
Complete thread -- going with medial
Complete thread -- calcanectomy?
Complete thread -- doc says "medium" thigh... verbatim acct... but should it be "medial" not medium ??
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- s/l kanectomy
Complete thread -- I bet you're right -- /s/ and /f/ sound alike.
Complete thread -- Company that might make some sorta vitamins? melaleuca
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Complete thread -- sumatriptan comes to mind for the headaches
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Complete thread -- Expect we will be able to feed....
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Complete thread -- s/l ex-tobacco but does not make sense what he says with it.
Complete thread -- citalopram makes sense
Complete thread -- citalopram? (maybe initial /s/ sound is lost with end of Xanax)
Complete thread -- moving on, thanks
Complete thread -- web site for fuzzy searches on *lam
Complete thread -- For post below, having trouble posting - I wanted to add to my post
Complete thread -- but Xanax (alprazolam) is already listed...
Complete thread -- If the beginning is not clearly heard, amitriptyline fits history too for depression.
Complete thread -- Alprazolam jumps to mind right away. Thinking about the other one.
Complete thread -- s/l Fematriptine and azalopram
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Complete thread -- there is some sort of vitamin that is like what you had Replenex
Complete thread -- annular hole and no further *fragment sails* were removed from L5-S1 level.
Complete thread -- found to be free of compression *as the exit at the* nerve roots.
Complete thread -- Two drugs, Re-plin-ix and vo-lo-luke-uh TIA!
Complete thread -- concomitant s/l puff x2 during concomitant chemoradiation.
Complete thread -- Her levator excursion with a *vile* block was 16 mm on each. ...
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Complete thread -- may be cancellous sponge ? (calcaneus is heel area)
Complete thread -- Wow, I didn't know that. Thanks for bringing to my attention.
Complete thread -- actual count: 29 hits (or 63) SM
Complete thread -- looked around, don't find. For me, I'd go with latter, occipital nuchal line
Complete thread -- ulnar-sided
Complete thread -- "occipital nuchal line" = 1300 hits "Occipitonuchal line" = 0 hits
Complete thread -- occipitonuchal line or occipital nuchal line? thanks ...
Complete thread -- all-inside anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) graft-link technique link
Complete thread -- new FDA Xiaflex (collagenase clostridium histolyticum) Peyronie’s disease
Complete thread -- ulnar sided wrist pain or ulnar-sided wrist pain
Complete thread -- s/l Feeder sign.
Complete thread -- thanks - caught that<