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Complete thread -- better late than never!
Complete thread -- ahh...I see a thank you below.
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- nope, non one
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Apparently.
Complete thread -- Hit and
Complete thread -- hullo? Anyone home?
Complete thread -- spellcheck is a product with flaws
Complete thread -- that says it all! SR = spinning our wheels!
Complete thread -- agree with would be recommended
Complete thread -- only if there was a delay in progress
Complete thread -- only if there was ? in progress. and it S/L he is saying "at this time AS satisfactory?
Complete thread -- Not sure. Going to listen more, but he says that exam WOULD be recommended
Complete thread -- examination will be recommended only if ____ in progress
Complete thread -- I got you. I keep hoping the pendulum will swing back our way...
Complete thread -- I used to be a clerk typist and, sadly, I made more at that. I feel your pain.
Complete thread -- oh, you apparently misunderstood me. I was commiserating.
Complete thread -- Sorry.
Complete thread -- They used to crack me up in the beginning, but now they invariably just put me in a bad
Complete thread -- SR (aka SW) Samter's syndrome=hamster syndrome
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- wav posted. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- shugarcaine....see link
Complete thread -- ??Xylocaine??
Complete thread -- A side port incision was made superotemporally and the eye was filled ...
Complete thread -- Interesting.
Complete thread -- Troponin I (? point of care) Might have missed a word? sm
Complete thread -- still not saying what UA is.
Complete thread -- ileocectomy= remove the distal part of the ileum (small intestine) & cecum lg intestine
Complete thread -- ?...or LA (lymphadenopathy)
Complete thread -- ??and bone harvester for cancellous bone chips??..my BEST thot
Complete thread -- ??corticotomy and bone harvester _?_ cancellous bone chips??
Complete thread -- actually, it's not rude
Complete thread -- and bone saw to harvest cancellous bone chips?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- ??corticotomy in bone harvesting cancellous bone chips??
Complete thread -- I'm not hearing all of this, but wondering if it is
Complete thread -- I can almost her cancellous bone chips. Now can we put it
Complete thread -- Sorry...oidkec is me, Questyr...forgot to post my name
Complete thread -- i am hearing ____ cancellous bone chips. ...
Complete thread -- here's an exact phrase search...I'm trying to fill the blank while
Complete thread -- I'm hearing something like...and bone _?_ harvested as
Complete thread -- I used a high-speed drill to make a corticotomy of bone _____ bone chi ...
Complete thread -- Glad I caught U in time.
Complete thread -- okay, thanks for that :)
Complete thread -- TYPO! Wan appearance (he says wand)
Complete thread -- okay, thank you. That is a new one for me :)
Complete thread -- yes, other reports were mixed, did not seem to have a standard anything
Complete thread -- Wand appearance,
Complete thread -- unsure what he says
Complete thread -- Can you slow her down a bit? Sounds like something she'd say all the time. Do you have
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Yvw.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Thanks for the input. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- Thank you! You are always a lifesaver!
Complete thread -- ??Satinsky??
Complete thread -- Agree that "care" does not make sense..??serum??...if not, then
Complete thread -- I hope you see now that there is such a word, but even if there wasn't, there's no reason
Complete thread -- SM..
Complete thread -- and then what happened? and what is it we're doing here?
Complete thread -- I think I have the LUNG exam now. Still stuck on HEENT
Complete thread -- We used a "sa-dense-kee", which was placed at the base of the subclavian vein aneurys
Complete thread -- cannot catch what she says
Complete thread -- no... it is brace :)
Complete thread -- It's troponin I but not sure "care" makes sense.
Complete thread -- I think second is ray immoblization
Complete thread -- Troponin s/l eye care was done and was negative. TIA!
Complete thread -- 2nd blank is brace :) No idea what #1 is though
Complete thread -- mad gab doc.. no idea =/
Complete thread -- what the dictator said - "No adnexal masses on UA."
Complete thread -- Sometimes it takes years of use by physicians before the new "word" makes the
Complete thread -- I THINK he's trying to say...
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- nevermind, I see they are stones. Thanks!
Complete thread -- pavestones are also called pavers
Complete thread -- No wonder I didn't see it..I ckd the time, we were posting simultaneously
Complete thread -- okay, what are "pavers" ??
Complete thread -- But at least he spelled pavers correctly.
Complete thread -- Forgive me, "me"...I did not see the inside part of your
Complete thread -- he is notorious for giving wrong letters, he even spelled "tripped" wrong in audio given
Complete thread -- typo p-a-v-e-r-s pavers
Complete thread -- p-a-v-e-r paver is what he says
Complete thread -- my mad gab doc again =/
Complete thread -- There are often times when compound words don't
Complete thread -- google shows many good hits that should confirm it is a word :)
Complete thread -- If your doc says it's a word, and it makes sense, it's a word. Happens all the time.
Complete thread -- It make sense because there are specific standard tests they do to
Complete thread -- NO SUCH WORD
Complete thread -- RUDE
Complete thread -- I tried both ilio and ileo and spell checker will not accept either. I do have
Complete thread -- chylous ascites maybe
Complete thread -- the "calis" is my question
Complete thread -- There was calis ascites in the lateral hepatic space
Complete thread -- Thanks all. I flagged that and another area that seemed like almost
Complete thread -- UL probably US ultrasound (findings)
Complete thread -- what's on UA ?
Complete thread -- step might be step(off) like a shelf, where the staples were placed
Complete thread -- not sure "not quite dissolved" Seems would want to dissolve into//
Complete thread -- a dictionary would have solved that
Complete thread -- maybe it doesn't; it was just a suggestion
Complete thread -- ilEo (do you have a medical spellchecker on there)
Complete thread -- ileocecectomy
Complete thread -- I have a doctor who keeps saying what s/l iliocecectomy, but
Complete thread -- it was pretty clear "on a UA"
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- Jusst noted this & sorry I didnt get to listen.
Complete thread -- wonder if pt had an ultrasound and she meant UL?
Complete thread -- BTW, just for giggles, what was the whole sentence, any other help you can give us?
Complete thread -- thank you!! :)
Complete thread -- both atria (2) atrium (1) - the aorta appears to be free of...
Complete thread -- hearing order/older??
Complete thread -- It does, but I can't explain it.
Complete thread -- on a UA? Me too. Might flag. She also said something else that I want to see
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- what I hear doesn't make sense either. :)
Complete thread -- Does this make sense? I can't find anyting to support it.
Complete thread -- wav file. What I think I hear does not make sense. Thanks
Complete thread -- me either, and neither does "spoken words" - I hear them dictate on hearing exam, can hear
Complete thread -- incised?
Complete thread -- sure it's not spoken words?
Complete thread -- I don't think that makes sense.
Complete thread -- if you comma after pedicle, I'd comma after width,
Complete thread -- Thanks...
Complete thread -- Agree totally.
Complete thread -- ? dissected
Complete thread -- yes - it is nice when we can discuss things like mature adults w/o telling each other to
Complete thread -- Depends on the definition of debride, but anyway, good discussion here.
Complete thread -- No, but maybe he would just irrigate it off, though, not necessarily "debride" it.
Complete thread -- Breast implants
Complete thread -- I hear you, but he wouldn't leave the exudate there either.
Complete thread -- thank you much. I now hear that... that he is not saying "with" :)
Complete thread -- I put a link inside for Waddell's
Complete thread -- Waddell's - it's an ortho test/sign.
Complete thread -- ?? does anyone have any guesses that might help me?
Complete thread -- Sorry for beating this dead horse, but I still say whichever was dictated is correct. SM
Complete thread -- s/l L's ??
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- It does sound like Benzac, but that's 5% or 10% strength...this is 6.2%? thanks
Complete thread -- Can't find it with the 6.2% though?
Complete thread -- Benzac AC ? made for acne but also used for sweaty feet SM
Complete thread -- No, unfortunately. I found that one when researching, but not hearing Xerac? thanks
Complete thread -- Can you get Xerac AC out of that
Complete thread -- found this, sm for link - one is listed as a Vert under tip configuration
Complete thread -- for excessive sweating of feet, prescribed "En-zac AC" 6.2%. Thanks. nm
Complete thread -- ditto and ditto
Complete thread -- Sounds like "stroke words" to me. That makes sense but haven't heard
Complete thread -- if male could be low testosterone, or low T thyroid if runs things together
Complete thread -- We did placea *avert* guiding cath into the left common carotid artery up to the
Complete thread -- she is able to say ______ words fairly well
Complete thread -- This may explain visually what you were hearing see link
Complete thread -- Looks like we have our "living language" beating us over
Complete thread -- thank you both!
Complete thread -- welcome
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- See message for link - see radiograph pic "“jumping the post"
Complete thread -- yes, correct...
Complete thread -- 86-year-old woman status post total knee arthroplasty
Complete thread -- I THINK I hear "Symmetric [comma] no mass lesions.
Complete thread -- without dominant mass lesions or no dominant mass lesions?
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- (the '!' was just me being excited that I figured out the s/l)
Complete thread -- oops - sorry!
Complete thread -- duh...thanks!!
Complete thread -- St. Jude!
Complete thread -- Thanks, that's good advice. I'm blanking it just to be safe, thanks for the help
Complete thread -- unsure what he says
Complete thread -- Yes..
Complete thread -- mitral valve replacement with a "seen-Q'd" valve. mumbled. tia nm
Complete thread -- Yes, that's true. Thanks all for the help, I'm blanking it. I tend to spend too much
Complete thread -- could be chest, used as generic surgical instrument term, example sm
Complete thread -- In case not typo s/b rhytides see link
Complete thread -- I didn't think so, but sometimes I hold off on a guess and it turns out to be the answer
Complete thread -- :-D
Complete thread -- In case not a typo, no hyphen in NG tube
Complete thread -- rhytids (wrinkles)
Complete thread -- Thanks for the guess, definitely hearing a "ch" sound though
Complete thread -- Plastic Surgery
Complete thread -- Voice Wreck: "She suffers from rhino obesity"
Complete thread -- When I tried to verify the link works, it does not. So here
Complete thread -- Metz scissors? (Metzenbaum)
Complete thread -- I hear something about degeneration in there?
Complete thread -- I found many grammar sites that indicate 'but' and
Complete thread -- I agree about Auvard. I'll keep trying on the scissors, but keep your suggestion in mind
Complete thread -- Oh, and I swear I hear "ulcer" in there, I think after mass ;) YW
Complete thread -- could it be "just scissors"? And probably aardvark=Auvard -maybe doc *thinks* that's what
Complete thread -- okay... thank you :) will go with "without mass, lesion, or degeneration"
Complete thread -- WAG Found "cystic degeneration in BPH." Possibly just "degeneration"?
Complete thread -- Pt with hematometra undergoing procedure (never stated). 2 blanks, sm
Complete thread -- unable to catch what he says
Complete thread -- LOL! People like that is the reason I started working from home. Didn't want to deal
Complete thread -- yep, that is it. Unfortunately sent long ago with blank. Thanks! :)
Complete thread -- ? cascara laxative phonetic search drugs.com
Complete thread -- s/l "anti-inflammatories may be used"
Complete thread -- Next, we'll hear
Complete thread -- that is exactly what I thought. I think this is the one who tries to stir up something
Complete thread -- Here we go again
Complete thread -- ha, thanks
Complete thread -- Whatev. Once the OP says "thanks" - I consider the discussion over.
Complete thread -- by removing it (purulent exudate which is foreign matter)
Complete thread -- looks to me like he was trying to read patient's spelling and didn't have a clue what
Complete thread -- That...
Complete thread -- not if that is incorrect.
Complete thread -- "corto" might be "quarter percent" (0.25%) but are sure of lidocaine?
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone!
Complete thread -- med s/l cfaszada and he spells it
Complete thread -- okay, thanks both of you... will leave a blank :)
Complete thread -- I also can (barely) hear "anterior compartment" but after that I can't make it out.
Complete thread -- face lift
Complete thread -- how about you just go with how it was dictated?
Complete thread -- I really don't care what you think.
Complete thread -- my brain keeps hearing "anti-inflect to his knees" :(
Complete thread -- Anterior compartment of his knee ?
Complete thread -- I found "fibrous exudate" not liquid/fluid
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- I think you have too much time on your hands
Complete thread -- except it says that some still use disc and it is acceptable. You left out that part.
Complete thread -- I said, I did not know about OP's employer, but that mine corrects stating AAMT preference
Complete thread -- BoS3. "Transcriptionists should be aware that the preferred trend is for the use of disk.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- looks right to me
Complete thread -- Yep. This one is in the archives if you want more info.
Complete thread -- okay, trusting what I got. Thanks
Complete thread -- hornblower's - is that correct?
Complete thread -- unsure about your employer but mine corrects disc to disk as AAMT states it is preferred
Complete thread -- Debridement: surgical removal of **foreign matter*** and dead tissue from a wound.
Complete thread -- shouldn't there be a hyphen for C-spine??
Complete thread -- ??? anyone?
Complete thread -- Doing a search, I can document "exudate was debrided."
Complete thread -- I would period after brain stem and remove comma after process
Complete thread -- agree, just as I said below under JMO.
Complete thread -- but that is not how this works.
Complete thread -- I'm keeping the period for clarity. Thanks though.
Complete thread -- You need to get rid of that period, as that last is still a finding on the MRI
Complete thread -- I'm blanking pontine. Just makes no sense. She must have misread or someone mistyped. TY
Complete thread -- verifying I am hearing correctly
Complete thread -- Yeah, never mind is right cuz we AGREE on this one.
Complete thread -- "central pontine disc protrusion" She's very clear.
Complete thread -- Never mind.
Complete thread -- how do you debride liquid?
Complete thread -- 2 things he comes in with: (1) exudate and (2) tissue that NEEDS to be debrided.
Complete thread -- debridement is only for TISSUE, you cannot debride liquid/fluid.
Complete thread -- male or female? medical conditions?
Complete thread -- yes, tickle in his throat! thank you! :) cuz lisinopril causes cough in some people :)
Complete thread -- There is a slow fe - I am not sure how that is written.
Complete thread -- ...purulent exudate AND devitalized tissue NEED to be debrided (they need debriding)
Complete thread -- a tickle in his throat?
Complete thread -- he also has a tick on his throat???
Complete thread -- I thought this was so funny. I think it is even funnier now. Warped sense of humor- I
Complete thread -- unable to catch what he says
Complete thread -- agree also devitalized tissue needs to be debrided.
Complete thread -- it is the devitalized tissue that needs debridement - not the exudate
Complete thread -- Yes, but grammatically, there are 2 things, so I'm thinking "need."
Complete thread -- med list: simvastatin, s/l low T.
Complete thread -- Exudate is sort of a fluid (?) - I'd go with tissue that needs.
Complete thread -- Subject-verb agreement question: need or needs? (sm)
Complete thread -- OMG. I just keep digging deeper. I need to wake up more. IGNORE
Complete thread -- I meant (sorry), it needs a comma to offset it.
Complete thread -- :) Thank you both so much!
Complete thread -- It's part of the ACL reconstruction.
Complete thread -- different
Complete thread -- Is femoral and tibial fixation a different diagnosis or part of the previous?
Complete thread -- good find, gapjoj!
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- dunno about prose program, but you need to change "stabilizer" to "stabilize"
Complete thread -- Not grossly pale, is not icteric. Chest ? tube noises.
Complete thread -- PROS (see link)
Complete thread -- Maybe Chest with tube noises?
Complete thread -- s/l prose program
Complete thread -- I really think I heard tube in there. Maybe it is not noise at all?
Complete thread -- also - He is not grossly pale. He is not icteric.
Complete thread -- cannot figure out, but you can't use a with a plural (noiseS). So it is either chest has
Complete thread -- Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- I think you're right, she just goes onto - next, social history.
Complete thread -- not sure, but - there are no apparent peritoneal signs and no organomegaly
Complete thread -- wav file, sounds like she is saying something to someone else, but I do not want to
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Chest has a _______ noises.
Complete thread -- me too
Complete thread -- I think you corrected it appropriately, with good discretion - exactly how I'd do it.
Complete thread -- #1 is hemosiderin
Complete thread -- #1: hemosiderin deposition
Complete thread -- #2: amyloid angiopathy
Complete thread -- multiple punctate foci of ______ deposition thought maybe related to ______ angiopath
Complete thread -- We are allowed to correct grammatical errors with discretion.
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- He did say that, but however I agree with how it was transcribed. SM
Complete thread -- infiltrates but however does show (not sure how to punctuate that)
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. I thought mass or was vascular.
Complete thread -- he corrects - "a right mass in the... or a right opacity in the hilar region"
Complete thread -- I think opacity is one word.
Complete thread -- wav file, a report for dizziness with hyponatremia.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- FABER and FADIR
Complete thread -- I have a hard time too, but thankfully most of my docs spell AB or AD duction.
Complete thread -- I have the hardest time when they dictation abduction/adduction. please sm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ....can be established between the claimant's subjective complaints... ...
Complete thread -- relationship can be established to ___ the claimant subjective
Complete thread -- It's kind of awkward but I see what dictator means. He's also stressing the importance of
Complete thread -- axillary roll! :)
Complete thread -- Shoulder surgery
Complete thread -- OneLook indicates fracture dislocation or fracture-dislocation.
Complete thread -- Right ankle healing severe ankle fracture/dislocation.
Complete thread -- Thank you to all for taking the time to express your opinions. (sm)
Complete thread -- Could get no further. Sorry
Complete thread -- I bet El-Mallawany is it. Thank you both for your research and help!
Complete thread -- I didn't see any implied criticism of the poster.
Complete thread -- maybe Dr. Amin M. El-Mallawany
Complete thread -- So far I'm coming up with what appears to be a
Complete thread -- s/l Al Mal-uh-wahn-ee somewhere in ME - no idea specialty TIA!
Complete thread -- We don't really disagree.
Complete thread -- Your general advice is valid. This poster, however, is
Complete thread -- I look at it this way: I stressed to him: the importance of ...
Complete thread -- I agree - it helps to know what OP already has so we can follow along as we listen. SM
Complete thread -- Thanks for posting the full quote...I was on the run and
Complete thread -- OP did not ask/indicate she had trouble understanding..it was
Complete thread -- agree that "if" or "with" would be better, but "of" works - see my other post for mho.
Complete thread -- Was referring to whether "of the development" s/b "if the development"
Complete thread -- I agree with hhojep's humble opinion, and I think you can leave it verbatim. SM
Complete thread -- Perhaps you could do:
Complete thread -- Is comma needed here?
Complete thread -- I didn't see anything that OP asked/indicated he/she had trouble
Complete thread -- I realize that, but usually the OP will give the sentence with a blank of what she needs,
Complete thread -- I really don't think a company wants "strict verbatim" - depends on what the doc is saying
Complete thread -- Strict verbatim is strict verbatim. It varys from company to company.
Complete thread -- verbatim doesn't always mean "word for word" - You are still allowed to fix words as long
Complete thread -- more on ranges BOS
Complete thread -- BOS ranges
Complete thread -- I agree, and if/of sounds a lot alike -
Complete thread -- I do not see any problem with the dictator saying "of hydration ...
Complete thread -- I would blank "of" (since you aren't allowed to change it) and
Complete thread -- Thank you so much.
Complete thread -- And though I see flexion/extension in the link hits, I don't
Complete thread -- However I see where BoS 3 page 267 indicate a hyphen for
Complete thread -- Yes, he is saying "of." That is what is so frustrating!
Complete thread -- I'm finding it as 45 to 45 or 45/45...with flexion/extension arc see link
Complete thread -- How do I write 45-45 flexion extension arc??
Complete thread -- I only provided the end of the sentence because the
Complete thread -- OP asked for the name of the cream.
Complete thread -- THx
Complete thread -- What is the whole sentence and what blank are we listening for?
Complete thread -- R U sure you hear "of" and not "if"...because then it
Complete thread -- is it of the development or IF the development. because hydration wouldn't send you
Complete thread -- or comma between tall and 100
Complete thread -- I cannot see any other way to punctuate this sentence to make sense. This is verbatim
Complete thread -- Laos?
Complete thread -- a 5-foot-tall 100-pound white female
Complete thread -- This sentence looks a little akward - not sure what to do.
Complete thread -- Yeah, I think I will. Just hoping it would ring a bell for someone or that maybe
Complete thread -- ??Lac-Hydrin cream q.d. hands and feet.??
Complete thread -- Could be anywhere since he didn't give the state. I'd probably just flag it.
Complete thread -- oh, that looks better than my Boise guess!
Complete thread -- Maybe! Thinking it probably is either in CA or a well-known city since that's all he gave
Complete thread -- all I can get out of that is Lac-Hydrin. Did you get any of that sentence at all what he
Complete thread -- Boyes in California? actually named Boyes Hot Springs.
Complete thread -- Hmmm, I guess that's possible, good idea
Complete thread -- mispronouncing Boise (Idaho)?
Complete thread -- patient is going to s/l bois (rhymes with lois) and may be moving there permanently
Complete thread -- this patient has Keratolysis exfoliativa. can you catch name of cream?
Complete thread -- thank you! :) I can now hear that :)
Complete thread -- Acne. He may have used other combinations. I want to use a
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- Ok, thanks for the tip. :)
Complete thread -- thank you both! :)
Complete thread -- I hear snug bra too.
Complete thread -- ??snug bra?? see link
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- Thanks for telling us. I was just coming back to post the same thing.
Complete thread -- Abrams-Griffiths nomogram and the linear passive urethral resistance relation to determine
Complete thread -- urodynamic study - is it AVIM Griffiths nomogram? (Lots of different google hits)
Complete thread -- An idea, if able,check past reports.Oten use specific dictator terms/instruments/phrases
Complete thread -- It's fuzzy to me too. But I hear the 6 and cm made sense and
Complete thread -- You're right, so probably not 6-French. Maybe it is cm. I just can't quite hear it.
Complete thread -- might be dictator way of pronouncing
Complete thread -- It is a specimen bag used to send to pathology dept sm
Complete thread -- While I note there is also a Cohen uterine cannula, and after
Complete thread -- I checked a French to cm conversion and 6 French would
Complete thread -- I hear 6 cm (after or with) presense of Cohen cannula
Complete thread -- 6-French (?) to allow for the presence of...(?)
Complete thread -- Also would suggest "was dissected. Dissection continued.."IMO
Complete thread -- would seem so...see link
Complete thread -- I agree with 6, but maybe 6-French? and something else there...
Complete thread -- I THINK I hear "dilated to 6 cm" and I too hear Kahn cannula
Complete thread -- a spleen bag
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- not sure of blank, but I hear "Kahn" cannula, not "Cohen." (I could be wrong)
Complete thread -- Kefzol? Cefzil?
Complete thread -- Cefzil and ?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I'd go like so. sm
Complete thread -- knee surgery report
Complete thread -- ervix was then serially gently dilated _______ presence of a Cohen cannula.
Complete thread -- papillary excrescences.
Complete thread -- There were no papillary *cressences*. The cyst
Complete thread -- Don't get into it with this one - she posted the same phrase a dozen times yesterday. Just
Complete thread -- I'm quite settled. Thanks for your
Complete thread -- Look, you guys want to do it right or just do it for the heck of it, whatever. The fact
Complete thread -- Thanks, Q, but I didn't mean to explain the hyphen rule, but the poster's comment...
Complete thread -- Just out of curiosity I went to their website...Apparently
Complete thread -- agree shear injury=severe twisting and torsion inside head
Complete thread -- You have had too much coffee or something. Settle down. It's not the end of the world.
Complete thread -- I should add that they state this is "according to the
Complete thread -- They explain on page 278 BoS 3 (see message)
Complete thread -- and a hyphen or lack thereof is going to affect your patient care exactly how?
Complete thread -- nevermind...
Complete thread -- It is supported. See link
Complete thread -- agree prob mispronouncing. TachoSil open abdominal surgery, hernia
Complete thread -- you sure? Evicel is a fibrin sealant.
Complete thread -- The BoS did not just "change their mind," but if you want to remain ignorant of the reason
Complete thread -- By George, I think you've got it! :)
Complete thread -- I do it anyway if it modifies, and it does. BoS3 change their minds too much.
Complete thread -- Thanks. That is it. The doctor repeated again later in report more clearly.
Complete thread -- Evicel?
Complete thread -- ...recurrent problem for the patient, she may require...
Complete thread -- s/l EV cell or EB cell or ED cell injection
Complete thread -- I'm going to put a post-it on my computer to remind me until
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- got it
Complete thread -- too late, but remember, we don't have to put that - in 1 mm (any metric measurement)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Sorry...forgot to post my name.
Complete thread -- #2 - osteophytes that
Complete thread -- If this is a recurrent problem, the patient ?may require intervention ...
Complete thread -- yes - thanks. I think I was having a bug in my speller.
Complete thread -- No prob.
Complete thread -- Correction.."with the MP joint in extension for"
Complete thread -- ugh - thanks so much
Complete thread -- 5 to 7 days to rest.
Complete thread -- in a volar splint
Complete thread -- 2 ?S
Complete thread -- placed in a *bard* splint with the MP joint extended for five to seven days ________.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I agree with bony or cartilaginous..I can hear that now.
Complete thread -- or maybe ?"on a preexisting bony or cartilaginous?
Complete thread -- ??preexisting bony or cartilaginous??
Complete thread -- no problem-o
Complete thread -- catching the collateral ligament on the preexisting ___ cartilaginous... ?
Complete thread -- Correction.. he says further down "extension with a" (no 'and')
Complete thread -- blank=dorsally
Complete thread -- These are generally due to ____ collateral ligament ______ cartilaginous abnormality
Complete thread -- sorry, please ignore
Complete thread -- Correction.. he says "Addition half cc one percent" NOTE: I
Complete thread -- plain lidocaine was injected _______ into the patient’s metacarpophalangeal
Complete thread -- plain lidocaine was injected _______ into the patient’s metacarpophalangeal
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- Sorry jeohcb. We were posting simultaneously. I did not
Complete thread -- this is actually plain
Complete thread -- or coalescence (I'm sure yours was just a typo)
Complete thread -- ??"plain"?? see link
Complete thread -- plain?
Complete thread -- base of the finger with 1% *sink* lidocaine. After the block
Complete thread -- held in fixed flexion
Complete thread -- The left index finger is _______ flexion at the MP joint
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- or coalscenCe mebbe
Complete thread -- coalescense (sp?)
Complete thread -- In case not a typo s/b fast-beating
Complete thread -- sm please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- see PE link in support of respondent's suggestion of Valsalva
Complete thread -- I thought about that, too. I think you're right. Kind of poor audio anyway. Danke
Complete thread -- I realize it is too late, but I believe the first sentence
Complete thread -- ??from the top in(?with) delicate 1-mm Kerrison?? see link
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- sounds like they are just shortening flexible to me. I'd just type flex nail.
Complete thread -- Tibia fracture
Complete thread -- delicate 1-mm "parison"
Complete thread -- Not sure. I already sent it it but the end part sounds right.
Complete thread -- reflexively
Complete thread -- Found PSR. Thanks anyway
Complete thread -- your IP address is dynamic; it changes if you reboot
Complete thread -- Bisacodyl?
Complete thread -- Acronym. Anagram. Anachronism.
Complete thread -- PFR cage, maybe PSR
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying. Will flag. It is a stat so it has to go.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I agree - he is changing his mind from tablet to once a day. Can't get your word, tho.
Complete thread -- Changed to MP3 file. I think it is not 1 tablet, changes to once per day
Complete thread -- flexion of the DIP joint. _______ also with painful stimuli
Complete thread -- never mind, I guess it is shear.
Complete thread -- deffinitely saying the CH. Maybe an anacronym? CHEER?
Complete thread -- sent a WAV file, thanks.
Complete thread -- shear injury
Complete thread -- can an enema even be a tablet?
Complete thread -- The patient sustained an undefined subarachnoid hemorrhage and
Complete thread -- she is in for dizziness. On a long med list is this which sounds like sakadu
Complete thread -- #1 - concern of a #2 Plastic Surgery was... (no "the" and cap "Surgery" here)
Complete thread -- ? not sure if he is saying severe but doubt it. Plastic surgery
Complete thread -- well at the DIP joint and there was _____ flexor tendon injury.
Complete thread -- It only conflusies me for a couple posts, and then I recognize your voice.
Complete thread -- can't figure why that happens.
Complete thread -- lb - did you change your name again?
Complete thread -- keep hearing "all occult bleeding" but not sure if this works here.
Complete thread -- That's it, thanks!
Complete thread -- pleuritic?
Complete thread -- w/o additional context, suggest maybe parotid pain??
Complete thread -- He denies any fever or chills, no coughing, congestion, wheezing, hemoptysis or
Complete thread -- at this point as he has been off PPI ... ... October. We will await the results
Complete thread -- a couple of things
Complete thread -- Thanks. I'm going to flag.
Complete thread -- ditto ^exactly^
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- All ___ bleeding was (can't get that little word before bleeding)
Complete thread -- flexion beyond that was difficult because of the *stout* behind the knee.
Complete thread -- All _____ was controlled with the Bovie
Complete thread -- Valsalva?
Complete thread -- Straight leg raising was painful. *s/l Dal salvo* was negative.
Complete thread -- fixation?
Complete thread -- -
Complete thread -- right
Complete thread -- He remains on Remicade every seven weeks 5 mg/kg (slash instead of per, right?).
Complete thread -- Does "as he has been off ppi...." go with previous or subsequent sentnence
Complete thread -- does this make sense?
Complete thread -- Yes, "nm". That is what I too was finding..not any implant..which
Complete thread -- Q, what if he means explanting. Removal of the issues instead? Check links below
Complete thread -- The way the sentence reads he is discussing "with
Complete thread -- your one is a noun there, needs to be spelled out.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I'm finding reference to cords with such procedure, but
Complete thread -- I discussed 2 options with her, 1 being a more aggressive standard fac ...
Complete thread -- I almost missed the point of your post because I would have expected
Complete thread -- :D
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- SR near miss. AT&T --> 18 teeth.
Complete thread -- grade 2/4, grade 1/4, JMHO.
Complete thread -- Medial degenerative osteoarthritis 2 over grade 4, patellar arthritis 1 over grade 4
Complete thread -- U were right. Apparently others using that abbrev. see link
Complete thread -- Thank you for trying. I think he was making up an abbrev. for Hemovac. /sm
Complete thread -- I found this but I do not think it is right. It is all that I could find but
Complete thread -- Postop hematoma evacuation and s/l *HMV* to suction/sm
Complete thread -- thanks to all.
Complete thread -- Unraveled/unravelled - I'd go with unraveled in US. (SM)
Complete thread -- Agree with comma; clarity and color are 2 characteristics of fluid.
Complete thread -- okay!
Complete thread -- The mitral valve is prosthetic with double sl" open disc pariety" and opens normally.
Complete thread -- sure makes sense; but clear dictator is saying it the other way.
Complete thread -- TachoSil®
Complete thread -- clear (and) straw-colored, mho, comma
Complete thread -- Tachali mesh?? inguinal hernia repair.
Complete thread -- clear straw-colored or clear, straw-colored?
Complete thread -- I think you are the one smoking something, but thanks for the advice. And I'm
Complete thread -- If the OP is satisfied or dissatisfied, she can put what she feels she needs to or blank -
Complete thread -- what about larynx?
Complete thread -- If the OP is satisfied or dissatisfied, she can put what she feels she needs to or blank -
Complete thread -- If the OP is satisfied or dissatisfied, she can put what she feels she needs to or blank -
Complete thread -- If the OP is satisfied or dissatisfied, she can put what she feels she needs to or blank -
Complete thread -- talk about juvenile..
Complete thread -- said fast, "double open" can s/l "development". This could be lots of things, but I like
Complete thread -- I get 15,000 hits when I google "heart" and "open dick" -- so that must be IT!
Complete thread -- I read what you posted.
Complete thread -- Oh gosh. TYPO! Open disk!!!
Complete thread -- said fast, open dick can sound like orifice. and - FYI, I worked for a cardiologist for
Complete thread -- I wholeheartedly agree. Nobody was being mean until Buzz Off
Complete thread -- I didnt see anyone insisting anything, I saw the helper as giving
Complete thread -- are you laughing at the "parity" post or my reply?
Complete thread -- bwahahahaaahahaaahaha
Complete thread -- If you think that's all that was posted "just finding open and disk," then I'd check
Complete thread -- the s/l was pariEty, not parity, though
Complete thread -- LOL.
Complete thread -- You have NO idea if it is right or not in this context.
Complete thread -- Neither does steering her in the wrong direction.
Complete thread -- If the OP is satisfied or dissatisfied, she can put what she feels she needs to or blank
Complete thread -- you misread, my response was to the other helper "hmmm"
Complete thread -- I don't know why I have to explain anything. She heard what sounded like open DISK
Complete thread -- and since there IS open disk, as already produced in documentation, then why
Complete thread -- You know, I'm not trying to pick a fight, but being rude "buzz off" doesn't help the OP at
Complete thread -- exactly, she said "sounds like" - not it WAS... buzz this.
Complete thread -- found another article that said:
Complete thread -- Ohh that sounds like it might work.
Complete thread -- okay then, maybe double open disk variety ??
Complete thread -- No perhaps. There is and that is clearly what she put she heard. Buzz
Complete thread -- Saint Jude Medical heart valve prostheses are studied in steady .... The tilting disk val
Complete thread -- well slap my face...i should have read more. ;)
Complete thread -- Perhaps there is such a thing, but we can't hear what the doc is saying, could still be
Complete thread -- double orifice mitral valve (DOMV) represents a rare congenital malformation.
Complete thread -- double orifice variety?
Complete thread -- wouldn't parity just refer to being equal?
Complete thread -- open disk is right
Complete thread -- Link
Complete thread -- listen for double orifice but not sure on the pariety, still looking.
Complete thread -- The mitral valve is prosthetic with double sl" open disc pariety" and opens normally.
Complete thread -- PLEASE put warning, this is Kanya ughhh... what a waste
Complete thread -- Link
Complete thread -- Our persistent "google queen?"
Complete thread -- consider the source - who else posts like that?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- "ureteric and ureter used interchangably" uhhh, no. you do not interchange noun and
Complete thread -- I just don't think that makes much sense though?
Complete thread -- I think so too now - I will finish this with the patient
Complete thread -- no, not a bypass. it keeps the actual ureter OPEN and patent. does not "bypass"
Complete thread -- And I hear "will finish us with the patient and his wife" but I'm not convinced
Complete thread -- me too...
Complete thread -- Wow. This guy is horrible. I can't get it, s/l refresh this to me & that makes no sense.
Complete thread -- we will - I want to hear discuss but I don't. Sorry.
Complete thread -- Lhermitte ?
Complete thread -- Neurosurgery
Complete thread -- urodynamic study
Complete thread -- I also advised to have a _____ study to see what kind of function is
Complete thread -- neurogenic component. _____with patient and his wife.
Complete thread -- it is total understanding that those words are not interchangeable in every/all cases
Complete thread -- exactly, it is not the same thing as a tube nor an ileal conduit
Complete thread -- believe is understanding of interchangable terms, conduit, tube channels, stent/purpose
Complete thread -- I think by saying "goes around" refers more to a bypass" hmmmm
Complete thread -- agree and also might be slanging P7="panel 7" as in chemistry panel 7
Complete thread -- ileal conduit use of a segment of the ileum for the diversion of urinary flow from the ure
Complete thread -- yw.
Complete thread -- I'm so glad I checked one last time. Thanks all!
Complete thread -- I can find a P7 antigen, but seems to relate only to breast CA - will flag thanks all!
Complete thread -- see link for BMP 7 and other names for it
Complete thread -- delete CMP from my suggestion
Complete thread -- A ureteral tube is exactly that a tube that drains the urine. A stent however although
Complete thread -- chem-7 ?
Complete thread -- Wonder if referring to basic metabolic panel...BMP or CMP see link
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Yes, that is it! Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- could be lines, but from personal experience they are blinding jagged lights
Complete thread -- should have said above, colon carcinoma
Complete thread -- Labs show normal CBC s/l "and P7" or "MP7", CEA is pending.
Complete thread -- or ??"jagged lines"??
Complete thread -- total guess sedative Precedex (dexmedetomidine) sm
Complete thread -- "jagged" lights in her vision (common in visual migraine aura w/o any pain)
Complete thread -- Versed is capitalized.
Complete thread -- Precedex drip
Complete thread -- ofter different medical terms used interchangeably, tube, conduit, stent
Complete thread -- patient maxed out on propofol, versed, and *trisadex* drips and had to be extubated
Complete thread -- Thanks all, but I'm flagging. This doctor is horrible anyway!
Complete thread -- I apologize. I was just saying it seemed contradictory. I typed the 2nd sentence.
Complete thread -- I see nothing wrong with sentence #2. The doctor himself is questioning her statement
Complete thread -- WAG - dragging lights??? maybe different way of say streaks????
Complete thread -- a stent is not the same as a tube though. The stent is to maintain patency.
Complete thread -- don't trust the Google ? Yet trust anons WB poster mostly guesses, can't own post
Complete thread -- doesn't make sense to me about no headaches. not sure on the dagon/dragon, can't find
Complete thread -- s/l dragon lights or dagon lights in her vision (see message)
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ureteric tube ok. ureteric stent, also called thin tube inserted in ureter to prevent
Complete thread -- In case not a typo, it s/b ileal conduit
Complete thread -- typo...not nephron...s/b nephro
Complete thread -- I'm not sure what to tell you to do with this because
Complete thread -- She has a nephroureteral conduit stricture with an indwelling nephrostomy *uroteric*
Complete thread -- Agree, no commas needed.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Yet again, I forgot the link...here it is
Complete thread -- nephroureteric (see link for nephroureteral stent)
Complete thread -- indwelling *nephrouroteric* catheter that is indwelling
Complete thread -- No. IMO
Complete thread -- Does this statement require commas?
Complete thread -- Typo..needs the parenthesis "(Fluid assessment...."
Complete thread -- BTW I did confirm it is eGFR, so if your client follows
Complete thread -- you are good, that is it, thank you!
Complete thread -- BGM blood glucose monitoring?
Complete thread -- I'd just not even consider 16 as a valid reading, If yall hear 16, then I'd flag it.
Complete thread -- I understand...it's just that I kept hearing it sooo
Complete thread -- s/l PTMs or BTMs or similar?
Complete thread -- 60 is a cutoff, I'd doubt 16
Complete thread -- I seriously cannot tell if eGFT is greater than 16 or greater than 60
Complete thread -- Fluid assesssment - The patient is ?obese __?__ most likely
Complete thread -- I THINK I hear "eGFR greater than 60." ..."3-10 red
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- causally related (CR)?
Complete thread -- thought so but just couldn't document the spelling
Complete thread -- detorsed = untwisted
Complete thread -- Sure, it was torsed, they did detorsion, it was detorsed.
Complete thread -- Once the mesentery was **detorsed**, warm lap pads were
Complete thread -- I tried, can't get it. S/L CR to accident?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- EGFR greater than 60. 3-10 red cells, the rest is just so muffled.
Complete thread -- Multiple labs - can you hear any of these?
Complete thread -- medically necessary and _______ accident of 12/17/13.
Complete thread -- I already sent it in with a blank, but that is probably it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- wag - Salonpas?
Complete thread -- I'd give it to 'em & understandable.Bruit="whooshing"noise) Thrill=feel vibration.
Complete thread -- thanks to all that tried. I am going to flag it.
Complete thread -- She is also putting Biofreeze and s/l celenta on her back and neck.
Complete thread -- If anyone can get my second blank - Biofreeze and s/l celentus, that would be great.
Complete thread -- Wow - that's it - she's saying epidural really fast. Thanks!
Complete thread -- epidural steroid injection said really fast, or just epidural?
Complete thread -- She did say something about corticosteroid injections earlier in the report.
Complete thread -- could it possibly be "for steroid injections" - ?
Complete thread -- I don't think so - it sounds more like ectaril or estaril.
Complete thread -- second blank - Vistaril injections for pain?
Complete thread -- if the patient only had hypothyroidism! I keep hearing thyroxine.
Complete thread -- Two med questions - patient with back and neck pain.
Complete thread -- paroxetine?
Complete thread -- I meant I'd probably let it go because it's understandable, but
Complete thread -- Sounds like it starts with R, but darned if I can get it.
Complete thread -- I did.
Complete thread -- I like this one too. Thanks Q!
Complete thread -- I was curious when I saw the Google books in the link indicate
Complete thread -- I thought I heard Thorazine but probably not.
Complete thread -- I like the way one nurse remembers which is which..
Complete thread -- perhaps this will help see link
Complete thread -- Probably meaning the thrill which is palpated but not so sure I'd flag.
Complete thread -- added mp3
Complete thread -- medication sounds like rock-seen
Complete thread -- Sorry, don't know how that posted twice.
Complete thread -- Bruit - heard or felt? I thought you could only hear a bruit? (SM)
Complete thread -- Bruit - heard or felt? I thought you could only hear a bruit? (SM)
Complete thread -- I see it in some of those Google Books websites, but also saw (SM)
Complete thread -- Thank you all so much for the help.
Complete thread -- Sorry if my responses were delayed. I had several Stats in a row and just did not
Complete thread -- Thank you so much! That is what I went with as it was a stat and that did not
Complete thread -- I think she was trying to say that but missed. I flagged and let it go. It was not a
Complete thread -- I tried to verify narynx and could not do it.
Complete thread -- No prob. We were posting simultaneously. As soon as
Complete thread -- My apologies...you clearly indicated there was a Wav, but I
Complete thread -- This just doesn't sound right to me; however, i realize it is a guess.
Complete thread -- s/l mig JVD might be mid (middle) JVD sm ****
Complete thread -- huh? What is narynx?
Complete thread -- ?maybe - modest, "slight" electrolyte deficiency."recurrent" replacement not sound ok
Complete thread -- Alveolar, nasal cavity, palate, Velum, uvula, narynx, larynx vocal cords ...
Complete thread -- that's what I hear too---- nares (s/l she say naryx) -
Complete thread -- Wav doesn't sound anything like that, though.
Complete thread -- ??nasopharynx?? see link
Complete thread -- From this website on that link I provided in the above
Complete thread -- These hit show there is such a term as a core nurse, but
Complete thread -- Thanks. I guessed that about a second after I had sent to QA... sigh
Complete thread -- nares (s/l she say naryx)
Complete thread -- exam after an motor vehicle accident
Complete thread -- wav file. Pretty sure on this but she says is funny
Complete thread -- It really sounds like cor, core or corps. But I sent it in as it was a Stat
Complete thread -- nursery care nurse?
Complete thread -- Dictator with an English accent clearly says core or cor? Any ideas which would be
Complete thread -- Very possible. Sounds just like medicaid - easy to be medicated. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I think it COULD be medicated. ... see link...see what you think
Complete thread -- I'm thinking medicated, but trying to find support
Complete thread -- I'm looking.
Complete thread -- ESL, mush-mouthed, speedy Gonzales type
Complete thread -- I'm so glad you found it. I did find multiple as one
Complete thread -- ???modest diet electrolyte deficiency???
Complete thread -- OH MY GOSH - It's multiple electrolyte deficiency (should be plural, but not dictated)
Complete thread -- since mineral is not close to your s/l I don't feel strongly
Complete thread -- BoS 3..page 139...indicates virgule use for duality...which
Complete thread -- see link..note, if mineral is the word I see it used with a hyphen
Complete thread -- typo modes s/b modest
Complete thread -- ???modes mineral/electrolyte deficiency???
Complete thread -- s/l med-uh-cade duodenal ulcer with GI bleed. TIA!
Complete thread -- Oops I didn't notice the word "white" forget what I just said.
Complete thread -- OneLook actually says "not large, but sufficient in size" ..rather
Complete thread -- Modest could be okay...like had a slight electrolyte deficiency
Complete thread -- patient had /l modest white electrolyte deficiency TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone for the suggestions. Not clear enough I guess. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- Neck no JVD?
Complete thread -- Another WAG ??No [thyro]megaly or JVD??
Complete thread -- ??significant JVD?? ...see link for other phrase possibilities
Complete thread -- elevated is all I can think of
Complete thread -- No s/l mig JVD. TIA!
Complete thread -- Hmm. That's kind of mysterious, isn't it?
Complete thread -- No. I did it 3 times just like you..Perhap nm is correct that
Complete thread -- I've thought so since your "cool beans" post yesterday.
Complete thread -- sho is, no sure what happened but tis I
Complete thread -- I didn't find it under alphabetical list, but I did under "Person" -
Complete thread -- that you, lb?
Complete thread -- aggravating (now i'm spelling like he talks LOL)
Complete thread -- #1 is factor. s/b No aggraviating or relieving factor. (SM)
Complete thread -- thank you so much! :)
Complete thread -- #1 relieving pattern #2 I think he stops and changes his mind(not continuing)
Complete thread -- oh wait, I meant normal lab value (not dose) had that in my mind)
Complete thread -- I understood. Maybe your PC/goggle or something. It worked for me just fine.
Complete thread -- no idea :( patient with abdominal pain
Complete thread -- agree. Another way-- normal dose of K=3.6 to 5.2
Complete thread -- ha ha! yes... he is like playing game Mad Gab
Complete thread -- Me thinks you're right, o
Complete thread -- I *think* he says and means "low," tries to spell it for us, but doesn't know his letters.
Complete thread -- But, s/l he says low then spells load - so...? also s/l he says common for comma
Complete thread -- potassium load is what I hear
Complete thread -- We shall never know. OP never came back
Complete thread -- s/l L-O-D ??
Complete thread -- I know right? Scary to do around here. You may get your head chopped
Complete thread -- Eeek, you dared to ask for context?
Complete thread -- good sleuthing, Q
Complete thread -- agree, flag it, without wav or MP3 could be anything, don't guess.
Complete thread -- BPs is a good guess based on the limited info we have.
Complete thread -- what is dictated right after your s/l?
Complete thread -- meant to give you link to various hits about it..see link
Complete thread -- ??rhesus?? usually abbreviations Rh ...would also note
Complete thread -- blood type was B "reeses"
Complete thread -- Me either...what got me started on the track was that
Complete thread -- Yes, that's exactly what I heard on the sound file.
Complete thread -- thanks! This is a new one for me, haven't heard of it before.
Complete thread -- Without a sound file, my advice it so blank it, since it could be anything.
Complete thread -- So sorry. Here it is.
Complete thread -- Have considered respirations (or abbreviation for such) but
Complete thread -- ??What about BPs?
Complete thread -- It might be helpful if we knew what illness the
Complete thread -- fades out at the end.
Complete thread -- no link, Questyr?
Complete thread -- ???anti-GAD??? (instead of 'and digad') see link
Complete thread -- wall of (superior vena) cava?
Complete thread -- please see msg
Complete thread -- I think you misunderstand..Eponym found it, but Person
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- apologize, misread first letter of UR post as HOW instead of NOW, sorry
Complete thread -- thanks for sharing, new one for me
Complete thread -- mouth and the nose with a bulb syringe or suction catheter
Complete thread -- Thanks for getting back to us - I think we might have got it if we kept at it.
Complete thread -- infrapatellar
Complete thread -- Thanks for input. Couldn't decide between cefepime & cefpodoxime. Flagging & sending on.
Complete thread -- inferopatellar or infrapatellar surface ?
Complete thread -- cefepime
Complete thread -- Pt started on Vancocin s/l sef-puh-deem for dx of UTI and pneumonia. TIA!
Complete thread -- QA gave blank as catheter. The anterior .... (SM)
Complete thread -- QA had left it as "topped up"
Complete thread -- ANSWER BACK FROM QA.... BLANK WAS asynclitism
Complete thread -- Sorry...forgot to say thanks earlier. THANKS!
Complete thread -- C-peptide (not capitalized P)
Complete thread -- digitalis?
Complete thread -- Lab results
Complete thread -- sounds like bulb catheter ?
Complete thread -- maybe "for a need to discern" ?
Complete thread -- I agree 100%. Never add what isn't dictated unless expanding from slang to the whole word
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- She's making a mess of this sentence/stuttering and correcting. I think I know what she's
Complete thread -- ulcerated?
Complete thread -- how is this dictated? like en-eee-eee-dee? or just need said loudly?
Complete thread -- wait - let me revise my advice. If a short form is dictated, I expand it. e.g. SM
Complete thread -- Transcribe drug names exactly as dictated or flag if unsure, never add anything.
Complete thread -- Lymph node sampling on PET through either an EBUS or a
Complete thread -- Just curious. Doc dictated "Toprol" & I put "Toprol XL"; QA corrected to Toprol/sm
Complete thread -- OK - thanks for letting us know. It was a good quest.
Complete thread -- matted together?
Complete thread -- . The small bowel was all *uriserated* and a large hematoma
Complete thread -- s/l mottled together
Complete thread -- going to flag, along with the other blank. Have had way too long, over an hour and only
Complete thread -- I still hear "topped up" - SM
Complete thread -- 1 last blank
Complete thread -- last line nonreassuring heart tone, and __infantilism ??
Complete thread -- got new WAV posted
Complete thread -- thank you!! :)
Complete thread -- yes, give me sec :) I have now finished report and 1 more blank besides the top one will
Complete thread -- that was nice of you, nm
Complete thread -- I hear "topped off"
Complete thread -- OK, I think we are dealing with just one remaining term here. SM
Complete thread -- thank you! :)
Complete thread -- so close... it is "epidural was topped up" - google it! This is it!
Complete thread -- I think I didn't make it clear; I already checked it out in Surg Word book
Complete thread -- We are not allowed to change the headings at all on OP reports
Complete thread -- sorry guys :(
Complete thread -- nope, it's not, thanks, didn't want to leave her stranded
Complete thread -- I'll give it a try - hope it is not as long as this one...
Complete thread -- which is also one of the other blanks... sm
Complete thread -- O can you listen to above post on epidural. I'm leaving site now. n
Complete thread -- Ok thanks, will check it out.
Complete thread -- I can't be certain, maybe wait for another 1-3 to listen, or just flag it?
Complete thread -- sorry no luck. looked under "flap" (hundreds) in Surg Word Book 3rd Tessier. Can post wav?
Complete thread -- #2 "deep transverse arrest"
Complete thread -- do you think she might be saying it was "stopped up" on her previous epidural??
Complete thread -- first blank is "38" as in "38 (to) 39 weeks"
Complete thread -- sounds like epidural anesthesia with stopcock **sm
Complete thread -- Word help - s/l "laval lease"
Complete thread -- blank on same report as WAV below, different area. New to acct
Complete thread -- new to acct... unsure what doc is saying
Complete thread -- okay, no spaces then, thank you
Complete thread -- Thank You - same to you!!
Complete thread -- Dexilant (dexlansoprazole)
Complete thread -- 68 -1.7E+7 IU/mL) ... Roche's HIV viral load tests have been ... plasma HIV RNA for 2-4 we
Complete thread -- s/l *bexelant
Complete thread -- viral load question, pls sm
Complete thread -- BoS3, page 188, "It is important to note that use of the possessive IS acceptable
Complete thread -- might be Pratt (sign) ? indication of femoral deep vein thrombosis.
Complete thread -- apostrophe trend have been dropped for many years
Complete thread -- thanks for sharing and (giggle) glad didn't yet start a search on s/l
Complete thread -- might be Inadine - thanks
Complete thread -- I use that site all the time & found it under "person" just fine
Complete thread -- treat granulation tissue with betadine or s/l Rinn-o-deen inn-o-deen (not iodine)
Complete thread -- Cool beans!
Complete thread -- I should add they do note in that reference that it is
Complete thread -- Correction..page 188 (have no idea why I typed 200)
Complete thread -- In followup, I see where BoS 3 page 200 is now dropping
Complete thread -- Found at just now a piece of info I didn't know that
Complete thread -- Stedman's has it as Homans sign (no apostrophe anywhere)
Complete thread -- typo Homans' sign (not apostrophe s)
Complete thread -- thank you.
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Turns out Homan's sign is for deep venous thrombosis
Complete thread -- googling neurobehavior gives you neurobehavioral, so I'd go with neurobehavioralist?
Complete thread -- ??Negative calf(calves)??
Complete thread -- I got as far as knee brace tru on google and the suggestion came up for where I came up
Complete thread -- Could use a bit more...What is patient being seen for? Or
Complete thread -- masseter muscle would fit with the headache and maybe the neck pain
Complete thread -- PubMed shows behaviorist 125 hits, behavioralist 6 hits.
Complete thread -- I should add..either is usable...go with what he/she says IMO
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- OneLook indicates behaviorist ...and reroutes
Complete thread -- neurobehaviorist or neurobehavioralist? TIA!
Complete thread -- She was fitted with bilateral trupolite braces for both of her knees in a small size.
Complete thread -- The patient is in for neck pain and headache
Complete thread -- Extremities: Negative Homans. Negative *prad* ??
Complete thread -- okay, thank you... I think I hear that now too :) Thank you!
Complete thread -- I think I hear: For the 3 months prior...
Complete thread -- cannot catch what she says
Complete thread -- typed in just adenoid pad and plenty came up?
Complete thread -- Thanks. I googled lots of different options, but didn't come up with anything.
Complete thread -- pads
Complete thread -- pads??? if that is it, I just used google and typed adenoid and then the letter p and
Complete thread -- adenoid s/l pets
Complete thread -- Found this....see link...might be what U were looking for
Complete thread -- LOL - glad you figured it out.
Complete thread -- OMG, he is saying commitment criteria!!! thank you again.
Complete thread -- thank you. :(
Complete thread -- I've tried everything I can think of for some sort of mental health hold criteria and
Complete thread -- s/l Tim-Mim-May criteria
Complete thread -- LOL! YW!
Complete thread -- YOU are awesome. Thank you so much!!
Complete thread -- See link
Complete thread -- Samsca
Complete thread -- Only thing I can think of, WAG, is Captain Lewis Residence (the Lewis House slang?)
Complete thread -- patient with severe hyponatremia
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I kinda hear prolapsed or prolapsing...
Complete thread -- I would bet he's saying Avastin, but the second half of the word is cut off.
Complete thread -- collapsed
Complete thread -- He does have __________ ileal conduit in the right side
Complete thread -- The patient has been on __________ chemotherapy for liver nodules
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Cyclogyl ?
Complete thread -- s/l glycogel applied to the eyes
Complete thread -- s/l belief, the leaf, duh leaf house - independent living somewhere in Maine. TIA!
Complete thread -- Hehehe
Complete thread -- Ty. That's really nice of you to say. U guys are great too!
Complete thread -- I love U Questyr!
Complete thread -- THANK YOU, Thank You, thank you. Now I can go back to
Complete thread -- It will take every bit of my willpower...I hate not knowing
Complete thread -- Sorry. Decided dictator was changing mind to put (AKA type) admission and not h/o
Complete thread -- Chill out, Q.
Complete thread -- Ha ha ha :D
Complete thread -- That makes at least 4 of us. On a Thursday night before a holiday weekend, that makes it a
Complete thread -- Thanks, I didn't understand...and I agree the post was
Complete thread -- I was not disputing what was being said as I also heard the
Complete thread -- Don't leave me hanging!!!! What was it?
Complete thread -- Thanks Q. Got it!
Complete thread -- We may not constitute a "consensus" but I agree with you Q. (see long post above)
Complete thread -- U 2. :)
Complete thread -- or how about ??prior??
Complete thread -- I was expecting a link to some documentation to support the term "cortical misapposition"
Complete thread -- If those don't work, here's a link with wild card or other possibilities
Complete thread -- ??one amission for such?? or ??"past amission for such"??
Complete thread -- I'd do it like this...
Complete thread -- The fact that the word has not even hit OneLook makes
Complete thread -- Dx of diastolic heart failure with h/o s/l put admission for such. TIA!
Complete thread -- There are many hits for the word cortical and the word misapposition.
Complete thread -- What you biting on me for. I said I agreed with it. Who pee'd in your
Complete thread -- That makes no sense and as shown above, is more likely incorrect than not
Complete thread -- misapposition was the word the OP was questioning and
Complete thread -- this "link" takes me to a google search for those 2 words... am I missing something?
Complete thread -- instead of giving the jaundice eye, get on google and READ up before
Complete thread -- sure, cortical misapposition. Googles well, good sources link, look over phrases
Complete thread -- feel free to check it out, as mentioned, there is more than one tooth sm
Complete thread -- it works with a stent...I didnt use "quotes"
Complete thread -- Now THAT makes sense and is logical.
Complete thread -- see link for some misapposition usage
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- can you hear it yet?
Complete thread -- Dieulafoy's lesion
Complete thread -- believe it is as you have it 54, 65, etc link with images for
Complete thread -- s/l dul-i-fall lesion
Complete thread -- 6000 google hits with quotes, unable to document misapposition as word otherwise
Complete thread -- what is that supposed to mean?
Complete thread -- thanks, I was wondering about 7-4, 8-4 etc. as well.
Complete thread -- Baby teeth are normally letters, once they are permanent, they are numbered
Complete thread -- the WAV is there. Maybe refresh?
Complete thread -- meant wav not wag...
Complete thread -- Can't hear the wag
Complete thread -- maybe malapposition instead?
Complete thread -- 5/4, 6/4, 7/4, 8/4 or 5-4, 6-4, 7-4, and 8-4 ?
Complete thread -- misapposition ??
Complete thread -- company has GameDay®
Complete thread -- it is Global Pharmacy Plus. It is in Vancouver, Canada, must have Dr.
Complete thread -- GameDay or Gameday?
Complete thread -- from 2 to 3 days out of 7-8 days, or on a 7- to 8-day cycle?
Complete thread -- help with tooth numbers in a 5-year-old child, 54, 64, 74, 84 sm
Complete thread -- Need help recasting a sentence. Thanks s/m
Complete thread -- Big Pharma is corrupt,
Complete thread -- I did, but the old file was reposted since it hadn't been answered.
Complete thread -- ahh found the list (in case some want to used this pharmacy) sm
Complete thread -- okay :) that is what he says on assessement #2 as well. Thank you!!
Complete thread -- He is saying penile.
Complete thread -- surrounding text of new WAV to decide penile
Complete thread -- NEW WAV POSTED
Complete thread -- typo should be "article" ---can type in small places
Complete thread -- Changed my mind. Go with nm's suggestion.
Complete thread -- placed in **** he is extremely clear when saying "penile manipulation"
Complete thread -- Thanks all. I thought much lower but did not think that was it.
Complete thread -- didn't see that (wav file)
Complete thread -- also, recently I ran across an artible online comparing the various medications sm
Complete thread -- that's what I hear too
Complete thread -- much more ?
Complete thread -- I hear "which is much more than my usual one"
Complete thread -- says wav - but there is no wav file??
Complete thread -- If you are referred to Assessment #2. No, I think penile
Complete thread -- can you post a voice file?, otherwise would flag
Complete thread -- disc and/or bone spurs called osteophytes
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Reposted
Complete thread -- i JUST heard of it today and the patient cannot afford it, but they are working on
Complete thread -- makes sense to me. google vertebral osteophytes
Complete thread -- Not a problem. I will repost. I knew there was 1 there when I posted but I waited and
Complete thread -- do you think he meant that earlier as well when it sounded like penile?
Complete thread -- perineal
Complete thread -- thanks, wanted to know that one, thought might have gone off page
Complete thread -- I accidentally did over yours :(
Complete thread -- vertebral osteophytic disease - is this okay? can't document well
Complete thread -- unsure... prior he was saying what sounded like penile manipulation
Complete thread -- W/hear often, just means looks good, not ill, as in flu symptoms, W/look toxic
Complete thread -- wav file, thanks
Complete thread -- Ditto
Complete thread -- Tho this link happens to be from a smallpox article, the
Complete thread -- I don't think anything was confirmed that I can remember?
Complete thread -- Wonder if I missed seeing OP confirming(or not) about FICK post about wk ago?
Complete thread -- He is using it in the sense of the patient's appearance based
Complete thread -- A tidbit. Sovaldi costs $1000 an injection for 12 week course treatment =$87,000
Complete thread -- coincidence? I just had to look up Sovaldi!!
Complete thread -- Thanks! I heard that but thought it was a weird thing to say about a patient.
Complete thread -- period as in end of sentence.
Complete thread -- nontoxic [period]
Complete thread -- On exam, X was awake, alert, and was ____.
Complete thread -- 2 new drugs I didn't find in archives.. Olysio and Solvadi, see msg
Complete thread -- flagged and will post my feedback - thank you all for the help
Complete thread -- : )
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- What I hear, he is a part of COF?
Complete thread -- think he says "He is part of COF" ?? which I see (sm)
Complete thread -- no idea (Burlington, KS)
Complete thread -- Ooooh, good one. When I googled urinary esosinophils it
Complete thread -- WAG and don't use unless you hear it.."tumor one-half" see link
Complete thread -- But, (SM) when looking up dermatome, I dont see this used for that type of procedure.
Complete thread -- see link they have different type sphincterotomes including
Complete thread -- I was wondering about urinary eosinophils?
Complete thread -- Since your doc loves to use slang, I'm wondering if he is trying to abbreviate
Complete thread -- a papillotome is also called a sphincterotome...could
Complete thread -- the patient will have a sono, *urine A*, eosinophils and require Foley catheter.
Complete thread -- I have an oncologist who mispronounces the same word all the time. I'd
Complete thread -- I considered that one too...but I couldn't seem to come
Complete thread -- All I can come up with is the doctor is saying 'ummm" ?
Complete thread -- Next sentence is there are no nodules, normal exam. tia nm
Complete thread -- What is the next
Complete thread -- Rectal exam: Prostate is palpated to "humma" one-half. NM tia
Complete thread -- EGD, s/l "post and dream tome" pls sm
Complete thread -- could it be "trial" drill procedure?
Complete thread -- patient is a male, he misspoke :)
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- In case not typo...old-fashioned
Complete thread -- also heard at "the" end of
Complete thread -- I heard "she" as well.
Complete thread -- It did not cause the agressiveness that Vyvanse and Adderall did.
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- Thanx for the info. When I was reviewing the google
Complete thread -- I first googled: hemoglobin diluted
Complete thread -- No, he says it several times. I'll have to blank it, but thanks for trying! :)
Complete thread -- as there are other types of quantitative tests (see link) I
Complete thread -- okay, thanks. Stedman's medical also states both HCG and hCG :)
Complete thread -- did you choose 'albumin' to include it in the search line because
Complete thread -- jmo, quantitative hCG
Complete thread -- verbatim but no slang allowed, we correct. He dictated "Her last quant did double"
Complete thread -- In case not a typo, s/b ultrasound-guided
Complete thread -- I found articles comparing twist drill to burr holes procedures and
Complete thread -- unbend static
Complete thread -- I found references by googling: hemoglobin albumin diluted
Complete thread -- If it is of any help, another way to document would be
Complete thread -- For a subdural hematoma, a *trail drill* procedure? (Not saying twist drill.)
Complete thread -- snoopy dance! Thank you!
Complete thread -- ?how about Curved Maryland's (dissectors)
Complete thread -- No, he did not say slash. He always says COPD asthma, I add the slash.
Complete thread -- there are Mann forceps and curved forceps, so maybe curved Mann's? sm
Complete thread -- S/L "curved mans"
Complete thread -- agree - a simple comma is all that is needed here.
Complete thread -- I'll bet you're right. After your suggestion I found this
Complete thread -- Can you do a wav file?
Complete thread -- Little words sure can make or break a sentence! Thanks
Complete thread -- chondromalacia or the beginning of chondromalacia...
Complete thread -- I think that is a good way to place the dividing line. It even
Complete thread -- Electrocautery and "curmans" were used to dissect skin flaps. sm
Complete thread -- Yes! Thx so much!
Complete thread -- wav file. I can't make this sentence read correctly using what I think I hear.
Complete thread -- a metastatic
Complete thread -- suggest: suspicious for metastatic breast deposit
Complete thread -- I'm..not I ..OP's not OPs..must finish my first cup of coffee, but I was
Complete thread -- nevermind... candlewood... there is a Medicine Shoppe on candlewood drive :)
Complete thread -- Wonderful! I so glad you were able to fill in OPs blank and
Complete thread -- "Unbend" static breast deposit. sm
Complete thread -- Emporia Kansas, unsure what he says
Complete thread -- more cowbell
Complete thread -- more cowbell
Complete thread -- I realize that. OP & I were posting at the same time.
Complete thread -- which was dictated - CVA or cerebrovascular accident?
Complete thread -- sure, but it doesn't mean it's not a test
Complete thread -- a test is diagnostic in nature
Complete thread -- suggest: might be albumin diluted
Complete thread -- believe this should be abdominoperineal resection (NOT peritoneal)
Complete thread -- did he say "slash"? Maybe he meant #2 to be asthma
Complete thread -- See her message above and see where she does go with adhesiolysis also.
Complete thread -- but you don't know what she might hear after listening again. We have all
Complete thread -- two things: reflux, NASH
Complete thread -- yes, adenolysis
Complete thread -- gastroesophageal reflux symptoms in patients with non-alcoholic fatty liver sm
Complete thread -- the V you hear is coming from extensiVe ...
Complete thread -- Wow!
Complete thread -- Not starting anything. Original post says "I can't really hear adhesiolysis."
Complete thread -- save your wow.
Complete thread -- Thanks everybody. I looked up an old report and it said adenolysis, but
Complete thread -- Wow!
Complete thread -- Then she needs to FLAG it. Aright???? Let her tell me that she doesn't hear
Complete thread -- vaginal adenosis?
Complete thread -- Good job, nm.
Complete thread -- I wouldn't go with anything I couldn't hear clearly, even if it seems obvious.
Complete thread -- agree - I hear that clearly now too.
Complete thread -- I don't find vaginolysis as even a freak term on the internet. I'd do with
Complete thread -- side effect profile of Nuvigil was
Complete thread -- Now it sounds like extensive adenolysis. Any ideas?
Complete thread -- vaginolysis?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- side effects of __- and Nuvigil were discussed. Was there another Rx? Zoloft?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- facetectomy
Complete thread -- I don't think so.
Complete thread -- Impression: Reflux NASH, probably secondary to fatty liver and also prediabetic.
Complete thread -- A left-sided L4-5 ____ has been carried out.
Complete thread -- it...APR (abdominal peritoneal resection!)
Complete thread -- ETR surgery.
Complete thread -- She is scheduled for ETR surgery and colostomy placement( rectal CA)
Complete thread -- Good. I'll keep my fingers crossed.
Complete thread -- I think maybe "Side effects as well as ____ were discussed."
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying Questyr. I might repost in the morning when more
Complete thread -- ?? Side effects with follow of ___?___
Complete thread -- ??Side effects with followup __?__
Complete thread -- The static is just too much. I'm so sorry.
Complete thread -- He said the same thing on the next pt. Posted that one in case it is clearer.
Complete thread -- I give up.
Complete thread -- I did open the link. It gave me a list of tests and procedures that
Complete thread -- Guess you didn't open link? Given some time, one could see what is considered a test
Complete thread -- Now it is.
Complete thread -- I dropped out and came back in, but nothing there
Complete thread -- Nuvigil 150 mg p.o. daily in the a.m. Side effects of ___________ were discussed
Complete thread -- WAG ??"a rigid hysteroscope" ??
Complete thread -- I heard 2, but not clearly because of the noise; maybe
Complete thread -- I was trying to let you, the helpers, know he said 3 but really was number 2.
Complete thread -- I agree. Thanks.
Complete thread -- So, what would 2. be? OP wrote 2. (he said 3)
Complete thread -- I think I can hear "right now" now that you'd said it.
Complete thread -- No. She is showing a blank where something is said...I hear
Complete thread -- Sound like he is saying - stable right now, number three
Complete thread -- Unfortunately the list is not broken down into one list for
Complete thread -- are you questioning giving number out of sequence? They do, do that, lose track.
Complete thread -- 1. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease/asthma, stable _________
Complete thread -- found ACMI &, AMSCO under hysteroscope Tessier surg word bk 3rd pg 1070
Complete thread -- Hysteroscopy, D and C - s/l*Acrylic hysteroscope*
Complete thread -- might be EDTA (ethylenediamine tetraacetic acid)sm
Complete thread -- Thanks for trying. I don't see anything either. Flagging and sending on.
Complete thread -- found this procedures and tests click link
Complete thread -- Sorry, I'm coming up with nothing.
Complete thread -- I'm working on it, but not found anything yet
Complete thread -- Hgb lower than baseline, then higher. I wonder if this might s/l be-ed-uh-men diluted
Complete thread -- Yw
Complete thread -- Me neither. THis has taken me way too long. New dictator. Thanks for you help.
Complete thread -- Oh, good! I've never seen it done like that. New one for me.
Complete thread -- Yw. It gave me a smile to see that I was one of the
Complete thread -- Time, experience and help from others..like when you
Complete thread -- Yes, I think it is ATTENDING AND SIGNATURE: Dr. ......
Complete thread -- I would have expected possibly to hear ATTENDING
Complete thread -- Yes, I do know the exact spelling. I will listen again.
Complete thread -- Well, I guess I need a course in successful internet searching. ;o)
Complete thread -- TY! In this case I put in...surgical needles SH...found that
Complete thread -- Thank you very much, Questyr.
Complete thread -- You are just an awesome researcher. How do you do it? Thanks.
Complete thread -- I hear "Attending __?__ Dr Sharon Seidel" with presumption you know
Complete thread -- see link to archives...Bair Hugger
Complete thread -- No, it is FSU, which is the local Florida State University, their OB/GYN dept.
Complete thread -- This site shows GE needle is for skin and muscle see link
Complete thread -- Sorry. Tubal ligation
Complete thread -- Here's a nursing site that refers to SH needles.
Complete thread -- Type of surgery?
Complete thread -- I'm not even sure about "SERVICE: FSU" I'm hearing
Complete thread -- Pressure points were padded and a s/l 'bear hug' was placed to
Complete thread -- I'm pleading the 5th...My clients never were so precise as
Complete thread -- Dictated SH needle and GE needle used for suturing skin. Correct?
Complete thread -- Thanks all. The discussion helps.
Complete thread -- Need a second ear to check if this is all right. Thanks
Complete thread -- If colonoscopy is a procedure, wouldn't anything with a scope also be a procedure?
Complete thread -- It may be that you'll have to use your best judgment and
Complete thread -- And perhaps my example of colonoscopy would be procedure rather
Complete thread -- I meant to say surgery.
Complete thread -- I would think TURP was a procedure, not a test. What do U think?
Complete thread -- all of those. TURP, my gosh. I just went blank!
Complete thread -- I would think your examples are good, and of course any
Complete thread -- If specs say to abbreviate "tests" (not labs), what is considered a test?
Complete thread -- goodness, good one (hip ROMs)
Complete thread -- as I said, I have flagged and moved on. It was pretty clear. I was able
Complete thread -- can you post a voice file??
Complete thread -- going to flag. Thanks to those that tried.
Complete thread -- all I could find was PortALogic in Bakersfield; I guess he could be the company doctor
Complete thread -- evaluating for narcolepsy
Complete thread -- it is 'bursal type.' I was just able to hear it myself. Thanks
Complete thread -- What is patient's diagnosis?
Complete thread -- perhaps ?? and periosteal reaction " ??
Complete thread -- ??periosteal reaction?? see link
Complete thread -- ..joint incised and bursal type reaction and .....
Complete thread -- Works as a medical doctor for ____________. (sounds like "board logic")
Complete thread -- yw
Complete thread -- S/l 'amber-sole-type reaction' and synovitis noted. TIA
Complete thread -- Yes! TYSM!
Complete thread -- sounds llike as result of CVA now has residual leg sequelae
Complete thread -- pretty nasty rude aren't you? don't deserve much consideration at all
Complete thread -- OP then why post THIS HUH"in yet another note he said pt was on "cycling" metronidazole "-
Complete thread -- thx for link
Complete thread -- it is possible...see link..perhaps you will know at end of report
Complete thread -- Her context is in the sentence. He is dictating her BP medications and spells blah, blah,
Complete thread -- Wow! See link.
Complete thread -- so far, can't find "Triadiz. Here are hypertension drugs starting with T sm
Complete thread -- s/l leg sequelae??
Complete thread -- jarisch-herxheimer reaction?
Complete thread -- thank you all!
Complete thread -- Reaction to Rocephin is suggestive of s/l jare-ish or s/l kime-uh reaction. TIA!
Complete thread -- and he is describing their appearance
Complete thread -- I hear whitish in nature
Complete thread -- that is what I was thinking, was virus in nature
Complete thread -- oops..forgot to sign my post
Complete thread -- May be...see above link
Complete thread -- ??virus in nature"?? see message
Complete thread -- in plan he says they are viral in nature... so wondering if he is saying that here as well
Complete thread -- whitish in nature...
Complete thread -- what are the other diagnoses? what is the whole sentence? context
Complete thread -- also s/l virus in nature??
Complete thread -- whitish in nature?
Complete thread -- FYI..I was unfamiliar with :0 ...when I searched google
Complete thread -- unsure
Complete thread -- Actually, she said she was going with her 1st thought which
Complete thread -- I don't know what is right and she never came back to utter a BOO... but then
Complete thread -- Nevermind...I see visuospatial is also correct.
Complete thread -- ??no visual spatial or bulbar?? see link
Complete thread -- I think I will flag, suggesting triamterene. Thanks a lot!
Complete thread -- Thanks. Very butchered though. Bad spelling by patient.
Complete thread -- chlorthalidone? some form of a thiazide diuretic, i.e., hydrochlorothiazide ?
Complete thread -- all I can think of is triamterene?
Complete thread -- MD spells meds for blood pressure: T-r-i-a-d-i-z (c?)-o-n-e. Any ideas? Thanks
Complete thread -- all are testing cranial nerves, neuro is right.
Complete thread -- I choose #1 since they both talk about eyes.
Complete thread -- hit enter too fast: OR..visual, facial or bulbar symptoms (I think the first one)
Complete thread -- (neuro exam) There are no visuospatial or bulbar symptoms. O
Complete thread -- OP posted below that they got it, but not sure what "it" was?
Complete thread -- no, it does not
Complete thread -- Thank you :]
Complete thread -- mycelial
Complete thread -- mycelial?
Complete thread -- I hope you picked crus
Complete thread -- Sounds like miselio titer - see below
Complete thread -- sugggest: peppering on dermoscope consistent with...
Complete thread -- There WAS a nevus. watch those.
Complete thread -- what is it?
Complete thread -- mucosa?
Complete thread -- NV
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- okay, thank you so much :)
Complete thread -- Internal Rotation with Extension, External Rotation with Extension.
Complete thread -- ASSESSMENT: Hip osteoarthritis.
Complete thread -- Thanks all!
Complete thread -- I thought palate or palliative - It is uvula - he states later she had her uvula removed.
Complete thread -- what is the disease process? Progression of what?
Complete thread -- IRE of 15 degrees, ERE of 35 degrees. What is IRE and ERE??
Complete thread -- palato-uvula (reversing UPPP)
Complete thread -- palato-uvula - bet you are right. I knew I did not hear the full UPPP thing
Complete thread -- palate uvula procedure years and years ago, ? palate and uvula?
Complete thread -- wav file, possible stroke but this is past history below.
Complete thread -- yes - new to me too! thanks
Complete thread -- I agree with this one. You can kind of hear it once you know it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- New for me - that's what I heard and googled it, and voila...
Complete thread -- ahh, not prophylactic. I knew I heard that ending though. :)
Complete thread -- though and we had the prophylatic (?) device available and devices available to
Complete thread -- Prostalac® available and devices...
Complete thread -- prosthetic
Complete thread -- wav file
Complete thread -- Wish I was going swimming! Have a great day.
Complete thread -- I'm happy to say I must leave to go swimming with
Complete thread -- Thank you so much. That works for me.
Complete thread -- I would leave out that ; but maybe a comma after infection (infection, whether it..
Complete thread -- try... negative (of course, we are always concerned for infection whether
Complete thread -- Is there a good way to punctuate this? I put in 1 ; and am not crazy about that even
Complete thread -- I think I tried every spelling except that one !
Complete thread -- Thanks to all !!
Complete thread -- crus of diaphragm (pl. crura), is a tendinous structure that extends inferiorly from the
Complete thread -- ??crus?? see link
Complete thread -- crux?
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- A mass associated with the s/l cruse of the diaphragm was also noted.
Complete thread -- Maybe it IS your day! ;)
Complete thread -- And it is something that she would take regularly and yet
Complete thread -- I think it is right... she is 16 and it states on google search it is birth control
Complete thread -- BTW I did not proof entire report...just blank section
Complete thread -- Could be, but I would hesitate using it without..Am I being
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- Oooh...I like that better.
Complete thread -- I think she is now saying "Care and health history"
Complete thread -- I should add that while I hear "caring" I am not familiar
Complete thread -- CHANGE...symptom checklist is normal (not questionnaire)
Complete thread -- ??? CARING HEALTH HISTORY: Is past youth pediatric
Complete thread -- wondering if it is "Mircette" which is (ethinyl estradiol and desogestrel)
Complete thread -- ditto - I hear "mersa" and can't think of what that might be
Complete thread -- another blank... and unsure if sentence is correct
Complete thread -- Nor could I find a multivitamin like it.
Complete thread -- thanks for trying!! :) It is not my day I guess LOL
Complete thread -- that is what I thought too :( Thank you!
Complete thread -- Sounds like MRSA to me. Cannot find a med that sounds even slightly like that.
Complete thread -- Uncle. :'(
Complete thread -- I hear you, but I don't have that luxury.
Complete thread -- I know perfectly well what "cycling" refers to. That wasn't my question at all.
Complete thread -- 1 blank. (past records seem to only show seasonal allergies with flonase)
Complete thread -- Oh, that was baaad! ;-)
Complete thread -- Are you sedious?
Complete thread -- Thanks, Q!
Complete thread -- Thanx for letting us know.
Complete thread -- OMG...ESL doc saying "serious" infection! Thanks.
Complete thread -- answers this question perfectly. Great link, thanks Q.
Complete thread -- thank you so much, yes, unsure so sending with blank :)
Complete thread -- usually hear anteflexed but there isn't enough there to hear the beginning of the word.
Complete thread -- thank you all for your help. Thinking I am going to send with 2 blanks
Complete thread -- I don't think circumflexed is correct.
Complete thread -- pt. developed a "CDS" infection after leg vein surgery. or insidious? tia nm
Complete thread -- no cervical motion tenderness obtained? Sorry, I just can't hear
Complete thread -- when I google circumflex uterus without quotes the many
Complete thread -- my brain keeps hearing "no necklace or components obtained" =/
Complete thread -- he is either saying "no" or "and noted...."
Complete thread -- I too hear the 'no' but I was hesitant to offer it because
Complete thread -- I googled exact phrase verbatim for both "circumflexed
Complete thread -- how about this? Still have a blank though...
Complete thread -- Maybe "__?__ smear was obtained.
Complete thread -- does circumflexed make sense? Uterus is circumflexed. ??
Complete thread -- I wouldn't. I would say ventilated and saturated.
Complete thread -- MIGHT be hearing Uterus is/was ?retroflexed? but don't
Complete thread -- this is all I can get at the moment =/
Complete thread -- GU: Vulva and vagina with normal mucosa - there is more but can't get what was obtained.
Complete thread -- GU EXAM: Vulva and vagina - normal mucosa ___?___.
Complete thread -- agree, I would prefer slang be spelle out including PEG'd, but may be ok/preferred by boss
Complete thread -- oh, okay... I see what you mean now by "speaks" - was a rather vague way of phrasing the
Complete thread -- Yw. :)
Complete thread -- This link might interest you (plural you).
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says, 2 blanks on well woman exam
Complete thread -- PEG is an acronym, that's why it is not necessary to use 'ed.' And since
Complete thread -- Yes!!!! Thanks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Complete thread -- cycling metronidazole (just means dose of drug is changed) sm
Complete thread -- You wouldn't say "vent'd" or "sat'd." You would say vented and satted.
Complete thread -- nm just posted about it this morning...see below..she even
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- huh?
Complete thread -- ?Auvi-Q?
Complete thread -- ?sublimis and profundus?
Complete thread -- see link for grammar source showing how to do a
Complete thread -- what is the new epinehrine that speaks
Complete thread -- "sub-la-mus-sen" profundus
Complete thread -- Page 200 was my source...where they recommended
Complete thread -- I can't find anything either in the BOS.
Complete thread -- Thanks, but I would like to know the reference for it in the BOS.
Complete thread -- 'd is verbatim. :)
Complete thread -- I can't recast so I have to type verbatim.
Complete thread -- Can you direct me to a page number. I'm not finding that. Only to recast (p 200 BOS3)
Complete thread -- Thanx for letting us know.
Complete thread -- BTW I checked BoS for how they do past tenses of abbrevations
Complete thread -- Oh my goodness, he is saying "on a daily basis." Ugh!
Complete thread -- He is saying some sort of abbreviation, but it is difficult to get the first letter.
Complete thread -- O, good thought, but doc definitely saying basis at end.
Complete thread -- could KOA basis be "code status"?
Complete thread -- I might add, sometimes they say 12 one-thousanths..which
Complete thread -- s/l on KOA basis (sm) Mumbling horribly!
Complete thread -- My sincere thanks to both of you!
Complete thread -- googling exact phrase verbatim with 'or'=0 hits...with 'and' see link
Complete thread -- :P
Complete thread -- googling indicates they are 2 things..so possibly even "and" would
Complete thread -- and could make sense. One could do it with a comma - osteolysis, degenerative
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- sounds like "were clean" to me (or cleaned)
Complete thread -- I think one question mark would have been sufficient. :)
Complete thread -- I hear "Wounds of scalp were cleaned." on #2 blank.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Thanks for all the help
Complete thread -- In this case I would agree..if you hear it clear, I would give it to him
Complete thread -- I don't think they would use pickups at this point in
Complete thread -- why is there a - in chest wall???
Complete thread -- Here's the problem..lap sponges can be used to pack off an
Complete thread -- pickups?
Complete thread -- or maybe correcting himself? at the 5... er... 7 o'clock
Complete thread -- I'm trying to find if 'pack offs' may be a brand name for
Complete thread -- My thought is if you can hear clearly what he states, I would leave as dictated.
Complete thread -- when referring to standing, he may be trying to
Complete thread -- ? (not sure if he is not changing his mind - see below) of the scalp were clean
Complete thread -- fall from standing versus fall out of bed. Would you flag? (see message)
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- two ?s
Complete thread -- twelve thousandths of an inch = 0.012, and this checks out for skin graft thickness
Complete thread -- to take a split-thickness skin graft *one 12 thousand inch* thickness from the upper
Complete thread -- And my first instinct was to expect to hear ow-vee-Q
Complete thread -- s/l pack offs
Complete thread -- I hear "QT" pretty clearly. Thanks, though.
Complete thread -- thanks... in yet another note he said pt was on "cycling" metronidazole
Complete thread -- on the video, s/l they say "ovvi-cue"
Complete thread -- I agree with blank and flag as I was finding that the
Complete thread -- maybe he is saying q.3 weeks?
Complete thread -- followup - sm
Complete thread -- Anybody know what "QT week" means as a dosing schedule?
Complete thread -- agree with "to"
Complete thread -- okay, thank you!!
Complete thread -- I hear under satisfactory too
Complete thread -- Perhaps, if you have a minute, others will listen to help clarify
Complete thread -- At times I THINK I hear ...induced under satisfactory general
Complete thread -- thank you, I can hear that now. Do you know what blank #2 is?
Complete thread -- received a weight-adjusted dose
Complete thread -- I am concerned about "at the 5 or 7 o'clock" ...I'm wondering
Complete thread -- 2 blanks, pediatric trigger finger release
Complete thread -- I saw the ad for it on TV last night and at first, I couldn't read the little package they
Complete thread -- My goodness...I can't even imagine how the Docs are going
Complete thread -- website link
Complete thread -- Thanx and sorry to have taken your time for the reposting..I
Complete thread -- For archives. Challenger for the Epipen, Auvi-Q, an epinephrine injection with autom
Complete thread -- Good find!
Complete thread -- It is inside the post above. Named after Foerster but spelled many ways.
Complete thread -- What was the explanation?
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Foerster Clamp. The Foerster oval ring jaws atraumatically and securely grasp lung tissue
Complete thread -- Found the explanation! Thanks
Complete thread -- :D
Complete thread -- Foerster or Forrester clamp? When I search on the internet, all I can verify is the
Complete thread -- verumontanum, a wide-open bladder neck
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Voice wreck. The pulses could not be evaluated rectally. ;) (correctly)
Complete thread -- ureteral orifices not urethral
Complete thread -- 12 o'clock position (like you have above at 7 o'clock)
Complete thread -- Yes, dome of the bladder. Check your punctuation, though.
Complete thread -- The tissue at the *dome* at the 12:00 position was then resected also and looking bac
Complete thread -- Also, I'm missing text up there. It was supposed to read (sm)
Complete thread -- I'll look that up and listen again. Thank you.
Complete thread -- Just came back to post what I found -
Complete thread -- I don't know that it's any special order - just one of the vital signs routinely measured
Complete thread -- Chiba
Complete thread -- Heroic makes sense, if that's what you hear. Think "heroic measures" or life-sustaining
Complete thread -- remote?
Complete thread -- mass in shoulder
Complete thread -- I can think of nothing that would sound like heroic for CABG.
Complete thread -- s/l heroic CABG. TIA!
Complete thread -- You're right. They also normally give other readings with the walking sat if they give
Complete thread -- True. I was just interested and when the poster above
Complete thread -- Thanks all for the discussion and input. Not clear enough, so flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- OP questioning out of breath or out of bed right?, not if sats normal or not
Complete thread -- MY thoughts is trying to chart document last place (meds) filled was at Rexall
Complete thread -- I noticed that and checked on O2 sat results, and hits
Complete thread -- agree if lying on stretcher, would be out of breath (tho 97 is good & normal sats)
Complete thread -- Good point. Doctor did say, however that the patient was
Complete thread -- I've had dictators give O2 sats while walking, so guess it could be out of bed.
Complete thread -- oops...auto-PAP
Complete thread -- autoPAP? (not sure they would use that for SOB)
Complete thread -- Thanks. This acct, no matter the dictator, seems to order O2 sat on every pt as standard.
Complete thread -- Oops. Here's the link.
Complete thread -- With SOB an O2 sat might be ordered (see link). Being
Complete thread -- Thanks. Is either out of bed or out of breath O2 sat a common measurment?
Complete thread -- I would guess since they already said lying on a stretcher it would be
Complete thread -- s/l out of bed or out of breath O2 sat TIA!
Complete thread -- Yw.
Complete thread -- thank you for all the help :)
Complete thread -- Nonetheless, I think he's saying "in the location; revealed"
Complete thread -- "a bowel prep of most likely Gatorade or (see message)
Complete thread -- I posted a new WAV (as posted) because helper was questioning a different part
Complete thread -- but was not verbalizing the rest of the question. (delete 'I')
Complete thread -- I only hear down to "could not give a detailed description of the answer to the question."
Complete thread -- No..he says she is sitting.
Complete thread -- I'm presuming when he is referring to "in the location" he's
Complete thread -- I THINK he's trying to say "The abdominal examination is
Complete thread -- please see NEW WAV which included that section
Complete thread -- abdominal pain... wants a colonoscopy and EGD
Complete thread -- I dont'think this is correct.
Complete thread -- Why was the patient admitted?
Complete thread -- Can't get it all..."because of the patient's _?_, and the location
Complete thread -- 2nd one s/l "in the patient's location." Also note
Complete thread -- 2 blanks
Complete thread -- thank you, I can hear that now :)
Complete thread -- ??chronic idiopathic urticaria? I did not read the document for
Complete thread -- 1 blank
Complete thread -- I can tell you looking at the photographs of some of
Complete thread -- thanks for trying
Complete thread -- I'm been trying to document it, but no luck so far
Complete thread -- sometimes, if it is that clear, I don't question it. (whether is a quarter of a wedge, or
Complete thread -- thanks - that's what I hear too but don't know how that makes sense
Complete thread -- quarter?
Complete thread -- and then a ____ to line up the anatomic structures.
Complete thread -- Meant change the comma before better or etc
Complete thread -- Thanks for your help.
Complete thread -- Turns out awake or awaken is okay in this context.
Complete thread -- I would either change the comma before brace to a semicolon or
Complete thread -- Is this how you would punctuate this sentence?
Complete thread -- Archives show Stedman's lists it as sugar-tong
Complete thread -- sugar tong or sugar-tong??
Complete thread -- Agree with bowel. Pretty sure somewhere in the operation part, he will say it again.
Complete thread -- thank you so much! all of you!
Complete thread -- after listening again, I agree with this.
Complete thread -- Ooooh, I like it!
Complete thread -- is this an NP or PA?
Complete thread -- suggest "bowel"
Complete thread -- ??dell??
Complete thread -- dome?
Complete thread -- no idea
Complete thread -- Agree. This is how I would do it.
Complete thread -- Not really. The patient goes to Rite Aid. This is Concord, New Hampshire.
Complete thread -- There's a Drexel Discount Drug Store in North Carolina, does that fit?
Complete thread -- I like this even better.
Complete thread -- another suggestion
Complete thread -- Thanks JMO.
Complete thread -- thanks link you are awesome too:)
Complete thread -- I think maybe a semicolon after constant; and maybe one after pivoting;
Complete thread -- Just want you to be aware that it was someone called "link" who
Complete thread -- Thanx.
Complete thread -- Yes, he says it all the time.
Complete thread -- Nasty sentence, but I can't see there is better way to
Complete thread -- Is this okay as one sentence?
Complete thread -- Awesome, thanks. You are the greatest help!!
Complete thread -- Cooool!
Complete thread -- found this: radiological uncoverage of acetabular cup (RUAC) index was calculated
Complete thread -- Thanks, I will check it out.
Complete thread -- Darn. Forgot the link.
Complete thread -- From what I'm finding, possibly is uncoverage. But
Complete thread -- I listened again and I hear "uncoverage"
Complete thread -- anteversion?
Complete thread -- s/l uncoverage?? Does that make sense here?
Complete thread -- Great, never thought of it that way. Thanks.
Complete thread -- either way is fine I think, but I usually put pain by itself. No fevers, no chils. No
Complete thread -- No pain, no fevers, no chills....or No pain. No fevers. No chills.
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone - ended up blanking it !
Complete thread -- Sounds okay to me - with fruit, think (of using) dips for it; with vegs, think (of) stir
Complete thread -- 2nd blank: As stated before, please finish ...etc
Complete thread -- yes, corrected the pancake thing and thanks
Complete thread -- nope, I think she's making up a word there...
Complete thread -- 6. ?? mini pancakes. Maybe "think (of) dips for his fruit ??
Complete thread -- I flagged for QA. Hopefully, they will send the word back to me.
Complete thread -- 5. *Think* dips for his fruit and stir frying for his veggies.
Complete thread -- That is what I thought I heard. Thanks. There really is no F or fill sound.
Complete thread -- last rexall?
Complete thread -- Nice!!! Thanks!!! Sorry it took so long to get back here.
Complete thread -- Agree, unless she pronounces RX like REX instead of "are-ex" - s/l Rexill to me.
Complete thread -- Sent MP3 file, just doesn't sound quite right. She is so clear.
Complete thread -- agree linguistic difference and mean the same thing.
Complete thread -- that sounds right, RX fill... makes sense to me :)
Complete thread -- I was tending toward RX, wonder if it is RX fill said really fast?
Complete thread -- last RX was for 30 tablets??
Complete thread -- thank you!!
Complete thread -- Med list - word sounds like Rexall - I know there is a drugstore by that name, but he
Complete thread -- Thanks, Q!
Complete thread -- has night sweats or chills - can't quite hear the last one.
Complete thread -- 2 blanks
Complete thread -- I thought that he might be saying that, but I hear a q sound
Complete thread -- I agree with you...because the silver sulfadiazide can
Complete thread -- context?
Complete thread -- Uni? (short for unicompartmental knee replacement)
Complete thread -- ?? walled-in lesion??
Complete thread -- I stand corrected. The personification issue was covered
Complete thread -- topical silver (and) absorptive OR topical silver absorptive (sm)
Complete thread -- Patient with endstage arthritis of her knee.
Complete thread -- Is "Wolin" lesion correct? ARthroscopy with debridement of the ankle. thx!
Complete thread -- BoS 3rd Ed, page 167, 7.4.2 Personification.
Complete thread -- thank you, thank you all :)
Complete thread -- Thanks for all the suggestions. I hear ventral but wasn't sure. Flagged it.
Complete thread -- check your prior post`
Complete thread -- Orthopaedics there is not a department, it is a specialty and has been personified. Yes,
Complete thread -- I use the rule that if you can replace the term w/a name (say, Dr. Smith) then cap.
Complete thread -- For BoS 3 followers, page 155 ... you would not cap this because
Complete thread -- always have a hard time distinguishing when to cap or not to cap depts (sm)
Complete thread -- way to go, Q!
Complete thread -- Of course, it's really the OP's call...I'm just excited...I really
Complete thread -- You get to do the Snoopy dance!
Complete thread -- I was so excited I forgot to give you the link.
Complete thread -- Ohhh, check this out. It not only answers the question, but
Complete thread -- maybe. He's a new locum and says things a little differently...
Complete thread -- uncle
Complete thread -- could it possibly be "antiseptic" said real fast?
Complete thread -- like a swab stick maybe?
Complete thread -- Well, I found a dead trademark for Arthur Itis which is
Complete thread -- found 2 hits on Google...wonder if maybe a nickname for it?
Complete thread -- Hibiclens stick???
Complete thread -- banking ?
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for all the help!
Complete thread -- s/l Try-itis cream (clearly stated)
Complete thread -- I understand why you changed it...I understand your
Complete thread -- I think that it is client preference - not sure if that is both accounts or just
Complete thread -- Unless client preference, BoS 3 page 229 says for cranial
Complete thread -- I had just changed the finds to find and the 2-12 to Roman since they were used elsewhere.
Complete thread -- Been there b4 :)
Complete thread -- I THINK I'm hearing: His disc margins define disc
Complete thread -- Thanks. He has a such a nice voice. It is always surprising when he gets to the physical
Complete thread -- "margins" ...but there are other problems..I need to relisten
Complete thread -- wav file
Complete thread -- First they insert the scope, viewing as they go, to whatever
Complete thread -- I thought I heard segment in there, just not sure.
Complete thread -- I don't mean to be argumentative, but the link I
Complete thread -- that's what I heard. Might mean backing up. finger action, such s pushing forward sm
Complete thread -- I think perhaps you misread it Q< Don't believe 6-16-14 study. sm
Complete thread -- does not seem to read right "when" visualized cecum
Complete thread -- I don't think it is the original pictures that are being
Complete thread -- agree With digital mammograms, the original pictures can be magnified
Complete thread -- Further: Will go ____?____. When visualized cecum and
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I think I hear: ______?_______. When visualized cecum and
Complete thread -- You are 100% correct Q. OP Needs to check link. They are arabic
Complete thread -- R U sure about the III? I didn't remember the term and
Complete thread -- That's what I hear too, but I can't figure out what he means
Complete thread -- ? magnification imaging
Complete thread -- mammogram with repeat *mmamo cation* imaging in six months
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ...on their own accord if she is overutilizing them or ?backing
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- their own _____ if she is overusing them or _____.
Complete thread -- not sure, but relisten for flat polyp in #3 instead of flap polyp
Complete thread -- ________ visualized cecum
Complete thread -- I listened for everything Google suggesteds: varus, dorsal, AP, residual, etc., but still
Complete thread -- some dorsal angulation
Complete thread -- ____ some definite angulation at the fracture site?
Complete thread -- yes, it was "some of," which I couldn't hear until speeding it up to 200%
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- Oops... yes, that is right. It really sounds like Daily... but Deli fits much better!
Complete thread -- how about a deli?
Complete thread -- ??Deli??
Complete thread -- Not medical, more ESL related - "Daily" (as job/owner of)
Complete thread -- Me too.
Complete thread -- I like this one. :)
Complete thread -- As opposed to what, an unread stool study? No, it really does not make sense.
Complete thread -- ? can you hear "screening stool study"
Complete thread -- ohhh forgot, some will dictate to "reflex" meaning to do further testing automatically
Complete thread -- I hear ya
Complete thread -- "chuckle" okkk to disagree. Another way to interpret OP question is sm
Complete thread -- it had a cute ring to it, though : )
Complete thread -- I would think he could have been doing short speak for the
Complete thread -- it should be: with which she is eager to proceed (not for)
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- nice!
Complete thread -- Yes, it's ok to agree to disagree. On that I do agree. ;)
Complete thread -- its ok, to agree to disagree, but, makes sense to me, & is purpose of tests ordered to
Complete thread -- ?repeat stool study
Complete thread -- link "image" external fixation' shows why exam not done on area
Complete thread -- While read can mean interpreting..the sentence structure doesn't
Complete thread -- Makes sense to me. read just means, interpreting the test, like EKG "read" or any test
Complete thread -- WAG ??Clostridium stool study??
Complete thread -- WAG ?? Clostridium stool study??
Complete thread -- Uncle.
Complete thread -- I'm still looking, but I'm coming up empty.
Complete thread -- I think a s/l reading stool study should be performed to
Complete thread -- "and, in fact, over the last few weeks, has been..." (prep phrase is an interrupter)
Complete thread -- Also, I think the 'of' should be omitted.
Complete thread -- I agree
Complete thread -- I should add, JMO...I am looking at it as an interjection
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- therapy and, in fact, over the
Complete thread -- , and in fact, or and in fact,
Complete thread -- I hit send too soon. ...should not stand alone (I think...because
Complete thread -- Sorry, misspelled..kkjpnc
Complete thread -- No, kkpjnc may be right
Complete thread -- I am hearing "He says that he damaged the internal ligaments."
Complete thread -- actually, that's first part of the wav, maybe looping strangely for you.
Complete thread -- great, thanks!
Complete thread -- then said "he was in a long leg brace for several months"
Complete thread -- damaged some of the internal ligaments
Complete thread -- 1. damaged?
Complete thread -- I know it's too late, just pointing out a problem....
Complete thread -- WAV. patient with knee pain.
Complete thread -- Yes, it works...I just tried it.
Complete thread -- Your link didn't work. States it is now a registered site. However,
Complete thread -- So we have to call it the R-word now
Complete thread -- but we like to giggle at funnies and for some reason it WAS kinda funny.
Complete thread -- heck, I did a typo - taten not tatan. duh me
Complete thread -- Oh, I know what was meant, just thought it was funny, not trying to be mean.
Complete thread -- should have been taken down giggle lb, we all make those typos
Complete thread -- my brain feels crunched up on Mondays.
Complete thread -- makes no sense??
Complete thread -- tatan - made me giggle
Complete thread -- since you didnt use a colon after extremity, I'd not put one after pelvis to be consistent
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- a gues, may mean external fixation vac dressing (not taten down for look see.)
Complete thread -- they often do like so ---troponin 3 sets, zero hours and 2 hours. sm
Complete thread -- I wouldn't want to be in that closet with you and your BO.
Complete thread -- i was wondering about that.
Complete thread -- fixation and vacuum dressing in place. *Ex* examination was not done.
Complete thread -- my fingers feel crunched up when typing in small spaces
Complete thread -- me neither - but agree with halo (?)
Complete thread -- I was wondering about that BO - haha
Complete thread -- good search find. Lemme write that one down
Complete thread -- eeek, type BO should be BP (hypertension)
Complete thread -- I'd leave a dictated too, That is how they talk.
Complete thread -- Good post, yes. "Spread the Word to End the Word,”
Complete thread -- good one! wow-eeee
Complete thread -- that was supposed to be halo? I can't hear your wav
Complete thread -- halo
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Sure glad i don't take the statins after reading this link.
Complete thread -- s/l halor
Complete thread -- cor=A Latin term for “heart.” link
Complete thread -- I doubt it. I'd flag for clarification.
Complete thread -- Has anyone heard of being on Crestor and Lipitor? He lists them both.
Complete thread -- It was a name. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- Not sure if the blank is a name? Thanks
Complete thread -- Thanjs.
Complete thread -- I would use "and" instead of first comma
Complete thread -- It is verbatim but can add words like and or the as long as meaning is not changed.
Complete thread -- can you edit? comma after elements if verbatim.
Complete thread -- elements, (both) really with no improvement.
Complete thread -- Does this read ok?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Never mind. I'm going with pronated out. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- I have some spelling errors. Please ignore those. I'm on it.
Complete thread -- It's fine. Probably used a Cook tube.
Complete thread -- I visualized the fracture, "pronated out" the proximal fragment
Complete thread -- I think it's fine the way you have it.
Complete thread -- s/l Cook tube
Complete thread -- Should there be a comma after cortical lift?
Complete thread -- mebbe, mebbe. I was also thinking mebbe "ulna and 11(th) rib fractures"
Complete thread -- right on!
Complete thread -- that's it
Complete thread -- can you by any chance hear "macrodantin" instead of Vicodin?
Complete thread -- *Vicodin* prophylactically
Complete thread -- I got to thinking, this is the rib, so L9 could be Left 9th rib, left 11?
Complete thread -- Thank you. I appreciate your reply.
Complete thread -- I do a lot of oncology and I put T1N2 to N2MX.
Complete thread -- Cancer staging.
Complete thread -- Sometimes my fingers are quicker than my brain.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot for reassuring!
Complete thread -- oh - and you also already have a "for which" in there, so I think it's OK.
Complete thread -- I'd leave it as is. I hear it often too -
Complete thread -- Good post. And timely, too.
Complete thread -- MD often dictates sentences as these: I offered her bilateral t ...
Complete thread -- A Word Gone Wrong
Complete thread -- and 2 small liver lesions...a left ovarian follicular cyst.
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- which were nonspecific. She has a _____ cyst.
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- ha ha - you crack me up sometimes
Complete thread -- not flagging yet
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- works in childcare just _______ children.
Complete thread -- wait a minute, where is L9 ?
Complete thread -- L9, 11 (L9 (comma) 11)
Complete thread -- is risk of yeast infection, ______ infection or chemotherapy
Complete thread -- Kettering Group. _____ is noted by generalized
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- had films with questionable *L9 comma 11* rib fractures.
Complete thread -- I checked the link...it works, but it takes a long time to load.
Complete thread -- Like poi, I didn't realize appy was the procedure..Again,
Complete thread -- I found when I googled verbatim
Complete thread -- tug the needle?
Complete thread -- But the OP is looking for a verb. Not sure that makes
Complete thread -- hub (google hub of needle)
Complete thread -- Epidural steroid injection...
Complete thread -- didn't realize till today that your name "appy" is the procedure. Obviously my
Complete thread -- I thought you could find it in 'New Search' if it was recent, but I only see this thread
Complete thread -- I was just reminded of that the other day on this board, and
Complete thread -- Was wrong about being short for coronary though. It's one Latin equivalent of
Complete thread -- OneLook shows cor under medical dictionary abbreviations
Complete thread -- examination(S) were normal
Complete thread -- Thank you very much - new one for me.
Complete thread -- Cor (some show it COR)..meaning heart exam..I'll check if
Complete thread -- "Cor and chest" (cor=heart/coronary but is usually acceptable as cor)
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- What state in the country? Sometimes forms/orders etc are
Complete thread -- Yippee! Doing the Snoopy dance!
Complete thread -- YES YES - thank you thank you!!!
Complete thread -- Thanx.
Complete thread -- More info regarding ECST (see message)
Complete thread -- The next impression gave no clue: 1. Bilateral homogenous calcified plaque in the carotid
Complete thread -- ??velocity??
Complete thread -- ??NASCET study??
Complete thread -- I am searching Nascet phrases...so far NASCET method and
Complete thread -- European Carotid Surgery Trial (ECST) ?
Complete thread -- Whenever the s/l falls at the end of a sentence, give what the
Complete thread -- Impression in carotid ultrasound (sm)
Complete thread -- Psych report at prison - I didn't see any s/l "Kuh-hee-uh" orders.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- troponin I, troponin T; not numbers.
Complete thread -- Should say troponin I was dictated as "eye" and not "one"
Complete thread -- Is there such a thing as troponin 3 or III? TIA!
Complete thread -- did you have a better suggestion based on that sounds like?
Complete thread -- Have you really every heard that phrase before?
Complete thread -- relaxed and poised?
Complete thread -- what is the procedure?
Complete thread -- Of note, the patient was s/l*ramponpose* during the procedure.
Complete thread -- apparently the 'c' standing for cibum=meal so wc=with meal(s)
Complete thread -- Yes. I find that now. Thnx for "dotting the 'i' for me"
Complete thread -- Thank you. I believe w.c. Bkfst means with food at breakfast. nm
Complete thread -- drugs.com indicates prednisone for anti-inflammatory
Complete thread -- Chronic back pain, knee pain, lumbar stenosis. Doc spelled "WCBKFST"/nm
Complete thread -- What is/are patient's diagnosis(es) ?
Complete thread -- Prednisone 10 mg "WCBKFST" (?with breakfast???) nm
Complete thread -- I think you have solved part of the problem....we were,
Complete thread -- bumetanide is a common cardiac med; butanamide is not a cardiac med
Complete thread -- Turns out Stryker trademarked their Gamma nail in
Complete thread -- And it turns out what I was remembering was Gamma Knife which
Complete thread -- I checked the archives and one of the hits shows
Complete thread -- if you google gamma nail it comes up capped many times so I understand why the OP
Complete thread -- No prob. And i see the OP agrees with us..Let's Snoopy dance!!
Complete thread -- I've never seen gamma nail capitalized, but did find Gamma3 (TM) trochanteric nail
Complete thread -- sorry Questyr...I don't mean to appear to be copying your answers. I don't refresh the
Complete thread -- Thank you both for the input. I believe it is Synthes.
Complete thread -- Yea, I'd go with Synthes (If I could hear it)
Complete thread -- hmmm...Synthes makes one too
Complete thread -- Thnx.
Complete thread -- Synthes?
Complete thread -- I also could find nothing on trademark site and the original
Complete thread -- Zimmer?
Complete thread -- This is going back aways, but it used to be I THINK that
Complete thread -- Interesting. Thanks!
Complete thread -- 5-hole s/l scented distal radial volar locking plate TIA!
Complete thread -- No. Not Donna. But I have participated on this board many
Complete thread -- gamma (sm)
Complete thread -- Gamma versus gamma nailing - finding both. Anyone know correct form? TIA
Complete thread -- I don't know who you are, but you sure remind me of "Donna" who I worked with years ago.
Complete thread -- Yes - OSI - Thank you both!
Complete thread -- Mizuho OSI Tables
Complete thread -- ??OSI fracture table?? see link
Complete thread -- s/l oh-site fracture table TIA!
Complete thread -- No prob. Just responded to the "question" hoping to save the OP time.
Complete thread -- Then that is one more thing we have in common. :)
Complete thread -- Ok, I didnt check them out, just saw spelling, which was why I said
Complete thread -- Oh Q, I love the 50s music, grew up with that!
Complete thread -- I have a retarded doc who cannot punctuate to save his life, telling me commas and
Complete thread -- red (hyphen purple) red-purple blanching macule
Complete thread -- think it's Maingot! thanks
Complete thread -- 1. Left chest: 4 mm, red, and ______, blanching macule. ...
Complete thread -- s/l ham-ang-gott clamps (hysterectomy A/P repair) sm for sentence plse
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Love the music of the '70s! (and the '90s, '80s, '60s and '50s) oh my
Complete thread -- As educated as they are, they sometimes seem to have no clue.
Complete thread -- I have one that rocks to the 70s. Gotta love it
Complete thread -- transcribing report while doctor has Titanic movie blasting in the background while
Complete thread -- butenamide is for scabies...butanamide is a cardiac med..
Complete thread -- can't get that 3rd one, more of a good mumble. sorry
Complete thread -- I can't get the 3rd one...sorry
Complete thread -- question bumetanide for the 2nd one said as butenamide (generic Bumex)
Complete thread -- 2nd seems to be butanamide ...but it appears to be
Complete thread -- 1st one is Eliquis (from RxList)
Complete thread -- His past medical history is significant for atrial fibrillation, diabe ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- check the dictionary - other definitions - stupid, dumb, silly. Only received as hate
Complete thread -- Eucerin is also a cream though. ?
Complete thread -- good catch on the "as a moisturizer." I missed that one.
Complete thread -- sorry lb, didn't mean to post that on your thread. It was documentation of my post
Complete thread -- this link shows Eucerin is the company name and Aquaphor is the brand
Complete thread -- but kicked? are we in high school? Although I don't use that term or "stupid" but...
Complete thread -- Sure hope the OP came back & saw the answers and about the missed dictation.
Complete thread -- Aquaphor or Eucerin cream as a moisturizer after her bath...
Complete thread -- Aquaphor Eucerin cream
Complete thread -- Eucerin cream
Complete thread -- I am always surprised by the sick people not thinking using that
Complete thread -- thanks for last one
Complete thread -- Thank you!!
Complete thread -- OOH, i missed that too!
Complete thread -- did you miss the sentence, glued in place. "He would not remove it"?
Complete thread -- will carry to term and be uneventful
Complete thread -- Gynecology note
Complete thread -- my bad on the spelling, looks like it should be toupee
Complete thread -- toupe (stumbles, says I'm sorry, toupe on)
Complete thread -- (started to say hair piece I think then changed it to a toupee
Complete thread -- a toupee on
Complete thread -- The skin on the face, neck, and ears was normal. He had a ____(0:01:0 ...
Complete thread -- I really doubt the OP meant anything by it, other than the fact the doctor doesn't know
Complete thread -- Thank you so much to everyone!
Complete thread -- sort of like the "drug-eluting stent" (eluTing is correct)
Complete thread -- Yes it is non-hormone-eluting...I had wondered whether to
Complete thread -- eluting...but think it should be non-hormone-eluting IUD..I'll check
Complete thread -- Non-hormone eluding IUD
Complete thread -- Thnx for letting us know....I had been stumped (yet again)
Complete thread -- Probably, but we don't know, and Pneumovax wasn't dictated. We DO know it was a pneumonia
Complete thread -- yes, it is a "biggie" - the way you used the word "retarded" is called hate speech.
Complete thread -- Thot U might be interested in what this grammar site says
Complete thread -- "never made up lies about others, nope never have." Yet you assume only "two persons" are
Complete thread -- If you get offended over that term, you are going to waste alot of energy and happiness
Complete thread -- Mr - mentally retarded
Complete thread -- huh??
Complete thread -- My son is Mr. That is a highly offensive term!
Complete thread -- I have a retarded doc who cannot punctuate to save his life, telling me commas and
Complete thread -- Wow! Thanks. Documenting for next time around.
Complete thread -- sometimes they do return even after flagging. I'm not here all that much or length of time
Complete thread -- Got it! Double footling breech
Complete thread -- delphonium breech?
Complete thread -- highly suspect?
Complete thread -- ?? "highly felt secondary" ??
Complete thread -- Where were you when we needed you? ;) Perhaps one of
Complete thread -- thanks :)
Complete thread -- thinking highly secondary to the acute infection fits and will go with that :)
Complete thread -- just caught I accidentally typed cell cellulitis... ignore that :)
Complete thread -- unsure what he says
Complete thread -- ...enlarged
Complete thread -- On the other hand, "quickly enlarge" would make better sense.
Complete thread -- How about "progressive and prickly and large..."?
Complete thread -- thinking he says "quickly enlarged"
Complete thread -- no idea
Complete thread -- I found it it 0.5% and 0.05%...sm
Complete thread -- However, the dosage is 0.5%.
Complete thread -- Istalol ?
Complete thread -- s/l Stalol 0.05% one drop right eye daily for glaucoma. any suggestions?
Complete thread -- guess! no cytologic (or some form of word) that would suggest infection
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- new FDA Afrezza- oral inhalation type 1 and Type 2 diabetes mellitus
Complete thread -- Yw...only wish my luck was better tonight.
Complete thread -- Me too. Flagging and moving on. Thanks so much for going above and beyond to help me!
Complete thread -- I'm coming up empty for the s/l.
Complete thread -- I'm trying to find what would be findings in spinal fluid if
Complete thread -- I
Complete thread -- Thanks for the extra help! You're awesome. I'll keep reading.
Complete thread -- Here's a link of phrase with wildcard..I scanning it from
Complete thread -- Same pt as below, with headache prior to LP.
Complete thread -- Verb tense as dictated, but dictator not the greatest with this. :(
Complete thread -- ??no sign nor ____ that would etc"
Complete thread -- Also, is this the same patient as the question below about
Complete thread -- Are U sure about "was", because that will help eliminate
Complete thread -- LP - no s/l size-no-rit that would suggest infection. TIA!
Complete thread -- ??preliminary??
Complete thread -- s/l pred-neer diagnosis of pseudotumor cerebri TIA
Complete thread -- Hey!!!! How do I get in this ?? betting for vegas thing.???? sm .
Complete thread -- See link that supports it.
Complete thread -- I bet you got it!!! Hope the OP sees it too.
Complete thread -- respirophasic variation?
Complete thread -- Yw. Sorry we didn't find the answer.
Complete thread -- Very clear.
Complete thread -- This link shows brief breakdown of echo findings for tamponade.
Complete thread -- Ty Questyr for your continued support! I found what you did. Flagging and sending on.
Complete thread -- I can't find a combination of words to come close to your s/l.
Complete thread -- also finding aortic as possibly part of it
Complete thread -- I am finding respiratory variant as possibly part of
Complete thread -- increased s/l res-poe-fare-ic variation TIA!
Complete thread -- I wish they would listen. That is a GREAT response, but sadly
Complete thread -- This was my response 3 years ago..but I have no family to consider
Complete thread -- If America had socialized medicine, it could incorpoate
Complete thread -- How does that affect VR/MT? I did read it, maybe missed something.
Complete thread -- You may have to contend with socialized medicine. see link
Complete thread -- When more patients die and more lawsuits cost them way more than paying us a few
Complete thread -- Everyone will continue to insist on VR as long as they can pay MTs .04 a line to fix it.
Complete thread -- Ours continues to deteriorate. I have to do nearly 50% or 60% of the oncology
Complete thread -- Mine are the same way, just patient info on page 2 but I just cut/paste the
Complete thread -- I hate VR and am SO glad we aren't to that point where I work. At least, I'm not... not
Complete thread -- The letters we do at work, for page 2, it only has the patient name, DOB, and date at the
Complete thread -- I should say of "each" page 1.
Complete thread -- Don't use headers. Just put the letterhead on the top of page 1 with a macro.
Complete thread -- Need suggestions regarding headers/footers
Complete thread -- is pt female? pulling in arm and [pulling] *at her* tube -- but won't work if male.
Complete thread -- rub results in agitation, pt pulling at IV or tube - whatever tube, if it's even a tube...
Complete thread -- :D
Complete thread -- Now you make me wonder if enter=on vent....ah well
Complete thread -- could it be ??pulling in arm and on enteral tube??
Complete thread -- no question, just a funny from voice wreck. pacemaker placement in the left chest wh
Complete thread -- Thanks all. Only tube mentioned is for vent. I guess not enough info. Flagging & moving on
Complete thread -- WAG ??enteral tube??
Complete thread -- Thnx for letting us know.
Complete thread -- Doubt sternal rub results in a tube. internally? internal rotated?
Complete thread -- Thnx for clarifying.
Complete thread -- Why "bet" that it is a brand name, when you can be sure it was a pneumonia vaccine?
Complete thread -- without any other info (like what kinds of tubes might have been placed) I will guess NG.
Complete thread -- Sternal rub results in patient pulling in arm and s/l enter tube TIA!
Complete thread -- pardon the double post
Complete thread -- I bet it is Pneumovax though. You do not have to consider vax as slang at all. We
Complete thread -- ahhh- that makes sense - probably the same thing as saw-tooth pattern. Duh me.
Complete thread -- ahhh- that makes sense - probably the same thing as saw-tooth pattern. Duh me.
Complete thread -- comb
Complete thread -- ohmy
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- Oh, please. Nobody's talking competition - it's about fun. You cause your own problems in
Complete thread -- I disagree. If the brand name was not dictated, I would transcribe as "pneumonia vaccine"
Complete thread -- okay, thank you! :)
Complete thread -- s/l "cone pattern" to me -
Complete thread -- some type of pattern
Complete thread -- oops, didn't see your post until afterwards or would have just "agreed"
Complete thread -- sure recall digital mammography, google shows it click link
Complete thread -- I'm thinking maybe it is matter of semantics.?
Complete thread -- wc=which abbreviation for little typing room. I don't use or know internet slang/abbrev
Complete thread -- I'm not competitive 'ah tal' eek, yuck. It causes problems in the end, eventually.
Complete thread -- Is dialysis pt? Or, proximal and distal control maintained nm
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Pneumovax ® (pneumococcal vaccine)
Complete thread -- dictated "pneumonia vax" should I type as Pneumovax or pneumonia vaccine ??
Complete thread -- found it. Baza topical antifungal cream. Thanks anyway. nm
Complete thread -- dressing changes for skin breakdown on thighs secondary to bed-bound patient. tia nm
Complete thread -- Context
Complete thread -- follow-up is still an acceptable form as an adjective, some accounts still prefer it.
Complete thread -- using as needed "Boso" cream, in addition to Aquacel cream and ABD pads. tia nm
Complete thread -- but it should be followup. Follow-up is no longer used
Complete thread -- I don't think they use resistance nails in this procedure. Can you
Complete thread -- Considering her coughing and stumbling dictation, I think
Complete thread -- I keep hearing 'a resistance nail was encapsulated superiorly?
Complete thread -- In the first sentence delete "thorough" ..she is just coughing there
Complete thread -- JeoparDy that is
Complete thread -- doo doo doo doo doo doo DOOOO...
Complete thread -- both-bone
Complete thread -- see linky for a recent thread on this word and pronunciation
Complete thread -- Maaaaybe..As such there was then some reveal of the capsule etc
Complete thread -- both bone or both-bone?
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- Gilbert's (it is pronounced like your s/l)
Complete thread -- No...maybe As such there was ____ reveal of capsule superiorly.
Complete thread -- Gilbert's I believe, check please!
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- ??"As such, there was ?insufficient? ____ of capsule" ??
Complete thread -- I hear "As such, there was _______ capsule superiorly" I'm going back
Complete thread -- In the first sentence...s/b "could be seen retracted.."
Complete thread -- s/l joe bear's
Complete thread -- can you break up the last part like (SM)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- sizer was taken. This had been soaked in antibiotic
Complete thread -- a saline _____ soaked in antibiotic irrigation
Complete thread -- dittos on the link provided
Complete thread -- Now I get it...Proximal/distal control ....as otherwise I
Complete thread -- . As such, ________ capsule superiorly
Complete thread -- maybe proximal and distal control?
Complete thread -- implants around that size and shape as well as *Raritan* implants
Complete thread -- In case not typo, 10 cc s/b 10 mL
Complete thread -- I don't understand. Do U mean U think it is "Proximal distal control" ?
Complete thread -- sorry - think it is distal
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- Proximal *disc* control was
Complete thread -- thanks for all input
Complete thread -- Sometimes I feel like we are on Jeopardy with our hands
Complete thread -- and further, this is from my fav grammar site... S/M
Complete thread -- see message (posted yesterday quoted from BoS 3)
Complete thread -- I would also. She is a right-hand-dominant and an Asian female. they BOTH
Complete thread -- according to Questyr post below and BOS3
Complete thread -- If you choose to use commas, then yes.
Complete thread -- I would not.
Complete thread -- is commed needed between dominant and Asian?
Complete thread -- No prob. Yw.
Complete thread -- I think it's fine. I've heard the term "recall colonoscopy" too - it's like Q says.
Complete thread -- I could add..in the past when they did x-rays many times
Complete thread -- you are too kind. I am approaching deadline and need to turn in. Will flag. Thank you.
Complete thread -- It would not necessarily be mentioned other than to use
Complete thread -- No mention of that really.
Complete thread -- I think so. I think Doc is trying to say the patient has been recalled
Complete thread -- Is 'recall' digital mammography correct? thanks
Complete thread -- No apology necessary. Are you aware that after you
Complete thread -- thanks - did google but for some reason didn't find the same at first
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Just so the OP is clear, because used 'with', no commas necessary
Complete thread -- I think U R right...I think I do hear "with"
Complete thread -- You're welcome! :)
Complete thread -- agree with Q, or maybe "CT *with* kidney stone protocol"
Complete thread -- I hear "got a CT, kidney stone protocol, that showed"
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- the kidneys, stone protocol.
Complete thread -- unsure what he says
Complete thread -- I wasn't sure if that applied when looked up on internet. Thank you f ...
Complete thread -- just for info, it is registered with the trademark office Mark:ICONIX .
Complete thread -- thanks so very much!!!
Complete thread -- unless account specifically says to use all caps, default "rule" is just cap 1st letter
Complete thread -- agree w/ Oscar acrochordon
Complete thread -- acrochordon (I googled vulvar lesion differential diagnosis, opened first link - Bingo!
Complete thread -- Thank you. Stryker seems to have everything in all caps and sometimes ...
Complete thread -- Per the stryker website, that is what they show. The ICONIX family of anchors symbolize t
Complete thread -- s/l...ach-a-cor-don...sm
Complete thread -- Iconix anchor
Complete thread -- Fine tuning...??This was done for all the screws.??
Complete thread -- Part of the long missing part.."With fluoro we pulled on the fibula"
Complete thread -- Perhaps...??This was done for all screws. ??
Complete thread -- Gold star! Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- 1st blank...?? We did that for all screws. ??
Complete thread -- I found her. Candace Anz, Gulf Breeze. Thanks for helping
Complete thread -- typo...but the problem is...do I keep (not so I keep)
Complete thread -- I'm finding a Dr Candace Evans in Tallahassee (?spelling) FLA..but
Complete thread -- When I google EXACT phrase "ratchet screws" I do get
Complete thread -- Cannot find a Dr. 'Candace Enns' practicing in Florida or Alabama. Help!
Complete thread -- after we then took....there's a lot missing before "we pulled" which
Complete thread -- We then placed four *ratchet* screws proximally after drilling
Complete thread -- sized screw ________ screws AND we then took a _______ cloth we pulled out
Complete thread -- Thanks - that is it!
Complete thread -- ? 5-ASA (5-amino-salacylic acid)
Complete thread -- I'm a little confused...I don't know what 'wc' means. I looked
Complete thread -- 5-ASA
Complete thread -- s/l thigh base A regimen
Complete thread -- = means equal. You said in-bone=primary bone cancer. It is not equal! Anyway...
Complete thread -- I had to crank it up to the top, push the earphones into
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- thank you BB! (elevated triglycerides)Thought I had posted sometime or another, guess not.
Complete thread -- me too
Complete thread -- you must have bionic ears, Q. All I hear is low static.
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting is know...that was a new one for me.
Complete thread -- The volume is very low, but what I THINK I hear is..
Complete thread -- The equal sign is used due to limited typing space. nm
Complete thread -- searching works best to use "main" topic wc was HPT hyperparathyroidism.
Complete thread -- got it! albinotic. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Dilated exam
Complete thread -- thanks for letting us know
Complete thread -- Exparel - thanks anyway
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I don't hear the wav
Complete thread -- "Expro" was injected.
Complete thread -- for THE acute hemostasis doesn't sound right, but no "the" was dictated.
Complete thread -- can you help me with this sentence? soem little word are obviously wrong
Complete thread -- maybe you should avoid using the equal sign(=) for unequal terms to avoid misunderstanding
Complete thread -- I know this is over, but just came in this a.m. and saw this...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the info. It looks like it can be very help. The irony
Complete thread -- Vascepa (icosapent ethyl) is not in archives, I'll post this to document it.
Complete thread -- that's my interpretation, too
Complete thread -- This post was meant for nm above.
Complete thread -- Aah.I thot U were saying in-bone=primary bone cancer. My bad.
Complete thread -- Q believe you didn't understand what I meant ie, said another way, radiation for in-bone
Complete thread -- If the doctor was past due in dictating his report, and
Complete thread -- jerk
Complete thread -- and if he were dictating 3 weeks after the 6-week postpartum visit....
Complete thread -- I don't think the poster is saying a word should be changed
Complete thread -- A tip for next time; additional way to search (Drugs.com by condition) sm
Complete thread -- nm
Complete thread -- what is prob meant, just as dictated, Could be late in chart paper work sm
Complete thread -- agree, looks fine to me as is, too nm
Complete thread -- That's it! Thanks!
Complete thread -- C-arm
Complete thread -- Help with phrase...
Complete thread -- ya gotta point there... ;)
Complete thread -- I knew I heard it somehow before and I think the doc had it backward and you are 100%
Complete thread -- yeah right. I need 30 lines of dictation to determine that he screwed up by putting
Complete thread -- I bet that's it (grrr!). Spent so much time on this. Found Kalcinate as US drug but /sm
Complete thread -- I thot that at first too, but if he said it this morning, how
Complete thread -- Maybe he said it this morning, that he was at the beach the whole day.
Complete thread -- He did say that he was at the beach the whole day this morning.
Complete thread -- cinacalcet?? se link
Complete thread -- Yes, I found it in India too but nothing that s/l in US :( nm
Complete thread -- Don't think it's Cacinet as Drugs.com says only available in Turkey
Complete thread -- As for your comma placement, BoS 3 indicates options
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- Thanks I just noticed that too.
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- ** although, I'm not 100% sure on that.
Complete thread -- You need a hyphen ..right-hand-dominant because now
Complete thread -- try Calcinet
Complete thread -- Rehab pt with end-stage renal disease, on dialysis, kept on (s/l) calcimet /sm
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- JMO, but I would say it looks good.
Complete thread -- Thanks - I was stuck thinking about edema and an acronym that would fit. Never considered
Complete thread -- Is comma placement here correct?
Complete thread -- Context ALWAYS helps regardless of if you think it will or not
Complete thread -- Yep! LOL
Complete thread -- Edarbi (for HTN) not sure if it is new or not, but today is the 1st time I heard it.
Complete thread -- Why is the patient in physical therapy. Diagnoses? Context?
Complete thread -- seriously? Either she was 6 weeks postpartum or 9 weeks, context?
Complete thread -- PTP? posterior tibial pulses? DPP? Dorsalis pedis pulses?
Complete thread -- PE: Extremities: 1-2+ *PTE/PDE*, normal.
Complete thread -- I love it when QA can't get it either. Makes me more confident.
Complete thread -- no
Complete thread -- and the same ____ product was placed.
Complete thread -- Maybe the doc was confused. But, for the record, next time, please give us more context
Complete thread -- SM
Complete thread -- Evidently, you did trial a spinal cord stimulator approximately two ye ...
Complete thread -- You got no help because you gave no context
Complete thread -- flagged and sent on
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- what are you thinking of?
Complete thread -- Confused as doc states throughout report 6-week postpartum exam, but she delivered 9
Complete thread -- does he have torticollis?
Complete thread -- My response was for the above respondent, not for the OP's question. That
Complete thread -- he performed physical therapy on a s/l westress scale
Complete thread -- I'd just be reluctant to change, but would feel safer flagging to be 100% sure.
Complete thread -- You are correct, Q. And, the OP wasn't questioning that, it was the "in-bone" radiation
Complete thread -- Acute hemostasis is a valid term...see link and its usage is
Complete thread -- ditto
Complete thread -- I just thought of that too.
Complete thread -- not sure OP misunderstands "for" - the "acute" hemostasis actually doesn't sound right to
Complete thread -- jmho, since he prefaces it with acute, it could very well be acute hematemesis. I'd also
Complete thread -- agree - but I would still NEVER change a word, even if I knew I was right. Always flag if
Complete thread -- I don't challenge the statement that primary bone cancer
Complete thread -- an analogy to explain what I mean...
Complete thread -- No - it is correct. I think you are misunderstanding the word "for" here...
Complete thread -- okay - appreciate the input
Complete thread -- (excuse my typo) okay thanks, I thought it was obvious enough to change w/o flagging
Complete thread -- or, it might mean they are going to make the surgery sites hemostatic?
Complete thread -- well, he could be vomiting blood from swallowing it from the surgery? I'd flag.
Complete thread -- should I change hemostatis to hematemsis here? sm pls
Complete thread -- thanks for update was hoping I didn't miss seeing update
Complete thread -- I think in-bone means=primary bone cancer sm
Complete thread -- Exactly, I wasn't comfortable with it and neither was QA to fill it in.
Complete thread -- Don't give up. It may still be. We just don't KNOW.
Complete thread -- I was almost convinced it was going to be AT III (antithrombin III)
Complete thread -- Thnx for letting us know.
Complete thread -- From previous post PAI, MTHFR, and ___ (s/l ATIII or Sp3): QA did not fill blank.
Complete thread -- Completely understood.
Complete thread -- where I work we have to spell out dates - whatever the acct prefers.
Complete thread -- I just checked BoS 3 page 141 they use the 8-digit date for
Complete thread -- ha!
Complete thread -- Nahhh... how could anyone not like you? Someone is jealous, perhaps.
Complete thread -- someone doesn't like me perhaps?
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- But that is how it is supposed to be done. Otherwise makes it look funny
Complete thread -- Thx.
Complete thread -- Account specs.
Complete thread -- Yes.
Complete thread -- Are you talking of date formatting?
Complete thread -- it means "rolling my eyes" - 2nd time today in a response to kkj
Complete thread -- Yes. But curious, why the leading 0 in the date?
Complete thread -- What does rme mean?
Complete thread -- My pleasure, but your gratitude is undeserved...I hadn't
Complete thread -- Is first sentence correctly punctuated?
Complete thread -- rme
Complete thread -- thanks for confirming what I thought below. ;)
Complete thread -- Thanks...
Complete thread -- He is saying the patient had radiotherapy to the bone of
Complete thread -- Might be...
Complete thread -- could be okay. Radiotherapy to the bone in the right upper thigh.
Complete thread -- Radiotherapy ESL
Complete thread -- Yes...
Complete thread -- ??focus of ascites??
Complete thread -- Thanks, makes more sense now.
Complete thread -- I would put period after house. Has minimal pain. As we
Complete thread -- I'd do: (SM)
Complete thread -- Oncology S/L ESL...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- oops..meant to give you link
Complete thread -- Would you make second sentence one or break up?
Complete thread -- ??wet-wrap therapy??
Complete thread -- In case it was just a typo, it s/b "was heme-negative" because
Complete thread -- wet rag?
Complete thread -- s/l 'wet rack therapy' for atopic dermatitis on the wrist.
Complete thread -- pretty clear - thanks
Complete thread -- eh... sort of. Do you hear it clearly?
Complete thread -- does expressed digit make sense?
Complete thread -- I think someone was pointing out the misspelling - OP had asSymmetry.
Complete thread -- I am quite confused about the check spelling on "asymmetry"???
Complete thread -- :) thank you! I can now hear that :)
Complete thread -- eager
Complete thread -- DC summary, 1 blank
Complete thread -- how to tell. BUN &creatinine=kidney. CK creatine=kinase=heart
Complete thread -- asymmetry
Complete thread -- agree (per google) posoperatively checking for retained stones, stricture, obstruction sm
Complete thread -- Like the other day someone heard "trapezii muscles". Sometimes they pluralize words for
Complete thread -- Thank you both.
Complete thread -- Intact makes sense and that's what I hear.
Complete thread -- yes, it is odd LOL!
Complete thread -- I think it's intact
Complete thread -- Blank does not s/l 'intact.' Not sure if 'tacked' or 'tagged' is meant here?
Complete thread -- Thank you! That's how I have been doing it.
Complete thread -- correct - just ramus. I don't know why they like to dictate "rami" in this situation
Complete thread -- abdominal? (sorry if I am being
Complete thread -- Often abbreviated EDC. I think it's a funny term - like women are locked up or something.
Complete thread -- inferior and superior RAMUS fracture (not rami). Wouldn't say 1st and 2nd ribs fx.
Complete thread -- She has some s/l"dum-a-ril* assymetry
Complete thread -- thank you both... never heard it that way before LOL!
Complete thread -- yep - ltt beat me to it
Complete thread -- date of confinement
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Also - No retained CBD stone or STRICTURING noted.
Complete thread -- thank you! :)
Complete thread -- with erythema and friability
Complete thread -- vomiting/emesis??? vomiting, massive???
Complete thread -- unsure what he says
Complete thread -- rme
Complete thread -- due to complaints of blood in the vomit and vomiting *masses*.
Complete thread -- yep. I hear: kidney tests were good. (Not kinasd.)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- ? refill
Complete thread -- ??Wonder if he was saying "impingement type"??
Complete thread -- I hear kidney tests as well (which is BUN and creatinine, and there is no "kinase" there.)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Initially, the biliary *ra pill* was not draining too efficiently so I extended my sp
Complete thread -- seems fine to me
Complete thread -- INDICATION: Biliary stent removal, *duct* clearance.
Complete thread -- BUN and creatinine go together like mac and cheese. Not creatine kinase.
Complete thread -- sorry, cut/pasted. shhhhh...
Complete thread -- it is still morning for some of us
Complete thread -- This patient has a history of prostate cancer, but he also had a parti ...
Complete thread -- looks like the correct spelling is creatine kinase
Complete thread -- Absolutely. It's the least I can do for all the help I received!
Complete thread -- Actually, now I think I hear "kidney tests"
Complete thread -- ...and (creatinine) kinase look good?
Complete thread -- see link, not sure sp3 fits standing alone either
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Questyr to the rescue once again! Thanks :)
Complete thread -- If you find out, can you post back for the archives, please?
Complete thread -- continues to look good. (?)
Complete thread -- THROMBOPHILIAS IN PREGNANCY a dangerous pair!
Complete thread -- thanks for sharing new word (for me)
Complete thread -- Sp3 or AT-III...I'm going to have to flag this one. Thanks, everyone!
Complete thread -- maybe saying abbrev PVC (peripheral vascular clamp) pg 426 under clamp sm
Complete thread -- Could very well be, but I'm just not sure.
Complete thread -- BUN and creatinine _____ looked good.
Complete thread -- Antithrombin III (ATIII) is currently referred to as antithrombin (AT). Antithrombin (AT)
Complete thread -- I google your term, adding SP3, but I would read more before using sm
Complete thread -- AT-III antithrombin -III?
Complete thread -- Thanks, but I can't hear that.
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone. It is Pentax adult colonoscope
Complete thread -- reading articles a bit quickly I think word ALLELE is in there somewhere
Complete thread -- Oh, and thank you for helping me!
Complete thread -- I just listened with your suggestion. I can't get the "s." Sounds like 83 or epi-3.
Complete thread -- Sp3?
Complete thread -- Doctor is ESL.
Complete thread -- PAI, MTHFR, and s/l epi-three (see message)
Complete thread -- from pentax s/m
Complete thread -- RetroView? SM for link
Complete thread -- It is Pentax, but he is not saying video after
Complete thread -- Looked everywhere and not finding anything. Sorry.
Complete thread -- Pentax video ?
Complete thread -- s/l pen-ex-ydal colonoscope
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- clamped the common femoral artery proximally and distally with sl*PVT or BVT* clamps
Complete thread -- #1 is congested
Complete thread -- #2 is allergic shiners (no "sinus") - can't quite catch #1 yet...
Complete thread -- I'm sure that is right - hope OP came back and saw it.
Complete thread -- revealing _____ turbinates and postnasal drip on the pharyngeal exam _____ sinus bila
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- Flagging...
Complete thread -- FPIES (food protein induced enterocolitis syndrome)
Complete thread -- FPIES sm for link
Complete thread -- Significant for a history of _____ to dairy and oat
Complete thread -- not sure, but it should be 2. Internal derangement of the shoulder, subacromial space.
Complete thread -- found it: The so-called OATS procedure, an abbreviation for osteoarticular transfer syste
Complete thread -- still hearing microfracture and oats?
Complete thread -- Pre-Procedure Diagnoses: 1. Subacromial *anestatype*
Complete thread -- s/l: in notes or annotes ?
Complete thread -- Eye exam..
Complete thread -- apparently in lower/all extremities
Complete thread -- Whether this is right or wrong, it's sooo close to the s/l that
Complete thread -- ??Dr Sumit Bassi in Bangor, Maine?? see link
Complete thread -- like Buicks, Fords, Lincolns.
Complete thread -- No town info. Supposedly a PCP.
Complete thread -- looking for a doc s/l sue-mit foss-ee in Maine. Any spelling suggestions? TIA!
Complete thread -- Be aware that apparently some Trademarks are
Complete thread -- will go with "Ensures" thanks for confirming it!!
Complete thread -- BoS 2 says with proper names NOT to use apostrophe.
Complete thread -- thanks, will wait.
Complete thread -- I just ran across this topic in BoS the other day, give me a
Complete thread -- I believe it would be Ensures as we are pluralizing it, not
Complete thread -- He is to take four s/l Ensure's a day. (can we do it as Ensure's??)tx
Complete thread -- P.S. Actual spelling is Behçet's but many people don't use it.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Behcet's (found that it is treated with rituximab). see link
Complete thread -- due to the oral ulcers was felt to be s/l bechets
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone for the input and education about COWS. hehehe Not expanding and moving on
Complete thread -- COWS = Computers on Wheels used at Stanford Medical Ctr, medication dosage, etc.
Complete thread -- Perhaps it would make more sense if you think of it as
Complete thread -- When I went into the site it showed that it was a
Complete thread -- Don't expand because they also call it Clinical Opioid
Complete thread -- I saw that too, but it didn't make sense to me that he was placed "on" it.
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- ?? "Clinical Opiate Withdrawal Scale" '??
Complete thread -- Patient was placed on COWS (spelled and all caps per dictator) TIA!
Complete thread -- No problem! :-)
Complete thread -- If you did, you would have recognized my name. I thot
Complete thread -- :-)
Complete thread -- I don't think so?
Complete thread -- We all do make a darned good team!
Complete thread -- Could not have done it without you. Thank you!
Complete thread -- I think I hear that.
Complete thread -- ...so that it no longer caught when the knee articulated?
Complete thread -- Thanks for answer. How about: 'so it no longer caught and later articulated?'
Complete thread -- or maybe ?? "so that it was no longer caught when _____??
Complete thread -- ??so that it no longer caught when ________ ??
Complete thread -- so that it no longer ? articulated.
Complete thread -- Seems like there are two words after 'longer'. Thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks, Questyr. One more blank in above post.
Complete thread -- Sue, do we know each other?
Complete thread -- Yes, I hear 'proud'
Complete thread -- trying LOL!
Complete thread -- I will use that. He stumbles a lot. Next blank s/l 'prowess'. Perhaps 'proud?'
Complete thread -- protruding out?
Complete thread -- TIA for helping me figuring this out.
Complete thread -- ah! Thank you!
Complete thread -- home exercise program
Complete thread -- subpectoral?
Complete thread -- Yes, are you?
Complete thread -- just curious, are you an MT?
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- Neuro exam exhibits reflexes to be symmetrical s/l pare-en-tone-al extremities TIA!
Complete thread -- s/l subpec? Would that be right?
Complete thread -- lemme write that one down, expirium) new to me (after 50+ years too)
Complete thread -- agree with "O". also, probably "hearing ONP"=ova and parasites sm
Complete thread -- to what?
Complete thread -- OP - if return later, please let WB know, I for sure want to know."smile"
Complete thread -- maybe meaning pre(op) osteoarthritis etc. End-stage (OA)not go with "pre" osteoarthritis"
Complete thread -- agree, I'd leave too, just means able to make a circling motion of hip mn
Complete thread -- Dictator don't always give complete product names (Lupron Depot-Gyn ) I'd go as dictated
Complete thread -- Maybe just list of med, but no necessarily to do with essential tremors?
Complete thread -- recasted
Complete thread -- He has an "open,wide-gaze stare." (punctuation & hyphen ok?)
Complete thread -- can you give 1-2 sentences after "with AL1"
Complete thread -- cannot document, but wonder about pic(ture) strip(s)?
Complete thread -- good deal. Good to meet ya, Q!
Complete thread -- Yes, you hit the nail on the head. I was only trying to bring
Complete thread -- posted above, just not the link. :)
Complete thread -- Caverject is injected...see link
Complete thread -- My only other thought is that the s/l might be 'pictures' of
Complete thread -- talking about some type of injection if I'm reading that
Complete thread -- try Caverject
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- I am convinced it is not anything to do with the Fick
Complete thread -- I eagerly await the results of your quest. I love caths & would research it myself if I
Complete thread -- Caduet??
Complete thread -- See message
Complete thread -- I spoke to him about the *carojet* he is willing to try that if it does
Complete thread -- "Fick" is a method of measuring cardiac output, but I'm not sure how it's done.
Complete thread -- quick pics? (quick pictures)?
Complete thread -- Disregard this..I was trying to google but forgot to
Complete thread -- cardiac catheterization pictures of the left coronary system
Complete thread -- never mind - flagged
Complete thread -- cardiac catheterization, s/l "fick trips" sm pls
Complete thread -- ahhh ok
Complete thread -- according to this link they do come in a box of 8 tablets
Complete thread -- would it be (dispense) eight? (they work for 36 hours - so-called weekend pill)
Complete thread -- Cialis 20 mg, *8*, and 12 refills
Complete thread -- ;-D LOL 2
Complete thread -- It's bad enough I keep wanting to type decreased when they say deceased, but
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- got it - "relative slowing" thank you both
Complete thread -- ??velocity slowing??
Complete thread -- thanks, I do hear slowing now!
Complete thread -- could part of the s/l be ?? slowing ??
Complete thread -- me too, sorry.
Complete thread -- restoring?
Complete thread -- Sorry then...I'm stumped.
Complete thread -- on an EMG study, s/l rez stalling. Sm for sentence plse
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- there are no meds listed - definitely not TSH
Complete thread -- Ooooh, also a possibility.
Complete thread -- Do you know what dementia meds the patient is on because
Complete thread -- any chance it is TSH? (since history of hypothyroid and not compliant with thyroid meds?)
Complete thread -- Oh you... ;-D
Complete thread -- I'm sorry I confused things. Well is also an adjective and
Complete thread -- oooh yes! We can start over if you're on my side! :)
Complete thread -- Wow. I guess I stand corrected. I thought it was "fure sure" an error. sm
Complete thread -- Yes.
Complete thread -- admission were significant for an increased *P S U* due to the patient’s
Complete thread -- Can we start over. The phrase is "with reasonably
Complete thread -- if I may ask, just so I am clear, would this be correct?
Complete thread -- OneLook broke the tie. kkjpnc was right. SM above.
Complete thread -- OneLook agrees with you under the definition of well. Now
Complete thread -- rats! I respect your opinion too. Now I need a tiebreaker.
Complete thread -- I dont think it is a blatant/obvious at all. I'd leave it.
Complete thread -- s/l he says "I guess it is the left forearm" maybe correcting, since he just said "right"
Complete thread -- not sure fure = not for sure. my fingers had a mind of their own there.
Complete thread -- not sure fure. I guess it is the left forearm. It is not healing. - changed his mind to
Complete thread -- nevermind..I think he is correcting above from right to left :)
Complete thread -- unable to catch
Complete thread -- thank you. I was googling both and so was not sure :)
Complete thread -- seeded (google bacterial seeding for more info)
Complete thread -- Thanks, Q - I value your opinion. Anyone else want to vote? Is it a "blatant/obvious"
Complete thread -- Per BoS 3 page 217 shows q.4 h. with the space after
Complete thread -- h, h. Letter h (without a period) is the abbreviation for the ...
Complete thread -- seated or seeded some bacteria
Complete thread -- q.6h. ; q.6h (no period @ end); q.6 h. ; or q.6 h (without end period)
Complete thread -- Since U R not HEARING 'Depot' but you are HEARING g-y-n
Complete thread -- Sorry, just realized you were questioning "per"
Complete thread -- typo...this list s/b this link
Complete thread -- this list indicates it can be given to male and female..see what U think
Complete thread -- list of meds. sm and tia
Complete thread -- trazodone is also used for sleep - not just depression/anxiety
Complete thread -- I would change well to good. IMO
Complete thread -- what is the full sentence or words dictated before and after? what is pt being seen for?
Complete thread -- Lupron "per" gyn (male patient). I know of Lupron Depot-gyn. tia sm
Complete thread -- Our rule is to transcribe as dictated but correct "blatant/obvious errors" ...
Complete thread -- okay thank you all!
Complete thread -- BoS 2 indicates either correct, BoS 3 shows both being
Complete thread -- also, sometimes in QA/QC, a lot of those reviewing use their own preference. I'd try for
Complete thread -- sorry, premature posting. rbc's.. But if the client or work place has a preference, I gue
Complete thread -- I've always used WBCs, RBCs. I cannot stand looking at the lowercase rbc
Complete thread -- Cute pun!
Complete thread -- does anyone know if there is a preference of WBCs vs wbc's/RBCs vs rbc's (sm)
Complete thread -- 10855-5, O+P Duod or Gastric fl Micro, Ova and parasites identified in Duodenal fluid or G
Complete thread -- I'd rethink and check these, but that is me.
Complete thread -- what she thinks she heard. Looking up OMP(P) outer membrane protein profile,
Complete thread -- Oh well, we tried... and now it is ova.
Complete thread -- I might have one suggestion to help you confirm to
Complete thread -- okay, thank you!
Complete thread -- yes... or "I will call in Flonase"
Complete thread -- wondering now if he says "We will call in Flonase" ?? is that what you hear?
Complete thread -- no idea
Complete thread -- I'm no doc, but I thought the "outer membrane profile" is a blood draw, not done on EGD?
Complete thread -- Agree, but the OP is going with OMP since that's what she heard.
Complete thread -- Sorry - not trying to drag it out or argue with you. I'll shut up now.
Complete thread -- If it is of any help, this pathology link shows
Complete thread -- there is superior pole hip osteoarthritis
Complete thread -- This is a helper. I am the OP. I would love to close the thread. Thanks.
Complete thread -- So I left it as OMP because it was clear and because the patient
Complete thread -- who are you? the OP? a helper? Giving up on what?
Complete thread -- but, what is superior osteoarthritis?
Complete thread -- I give up.
Complete thread -- It does, but I have other evidence that supports my answer. Thanks, though.
Complete thread -- got it, superior
Complete thread -- hmm... googling "duodenal fluid" with "ova and parasites" = 211K hits; with your term =
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- You sure can test duodenal fluid for O&P. Do a bit of research on it.
Complete thread -- He does have end-stage s/l pre osteoarthritis of his left hip.
Complete thread -- not always, see above post.
Complete thread -- This is only if the statement was regarding papilledema. If
Complete thread -- google duodenal fluid ova and parasites - it fits.
Complete thread -- Would consider changing the heading from EYES: to
Complete thread -- I still hear peripheral edema and I'm sticking to it. That could go
Complete thread -- it's an EGD, not a colonoscopy. Usually that is tested of the stool, not duodenal fluid.
Complete thread -- Okay, it's outer membrane profile. Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- Why don't you think it is O&P (ova and parasites)? That'd make perfect sense.
Complete thread -- see below. I believe I got it :) Thank you all for your help :)
Complete thread -- ____ something and then "there is no peripheral edema"
Complete thread -- but I may be hearing things - lungs are clear to auscultation bilaterally. Carotids are
Complete thread -- I hear carotids are without bruits.
Complete thread -- The duodenal fluid was submitted and sent for OMP per Dr. ____ recommendations.
Complete thread -- thinking saying this... just unsure of placement as we have to do headers
Complete thread -- Could your blank be Cranial nerves are normal?
Complete thread -- thank you both! I can now hear that :)
Complete thread -- Well papilledema is an eye issue, certainly not the skin of the abdomen. so
Complete thread -- I can't catch what she says before papilledema.
Complete thread -- papilledema. Inspection of the skin in the lower abdomen does not reveal any rash.
Complete thread -- 2nd is paroxysmal nocturnal dyspnea
Complete thread -- cannot catch what she says
Complete thread -- not 100% sure, but think 1st blank is any hypertensive events.
Complete thread -- 2 blanks
Complete thread -- thank you!! :)
Complete thread -- check out Snellen (eye chart)
Complete thread -- no idea
Complete thread -- Thanks Q. I just try so hard sometimes that i end up needing to kick myself
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- try Corail® from DePuy.
Complete thread -- I'll second that!!
Complete thread -- The patient is status post total hip arthroplasty.
Complete thread -- Please don't distress yourself. You were being helpful by
Complete thread -- Sorry for the confusion. I went to the pages from Google. I didn't realize that the
Complete thread -- Hear, hear! Questyr is Da Bomb!
Complete thread -- you're not really a senior citizen, are you? you look so young!
Complete thread -- I just tried googling it and found I could get to
Complete thread -- I retried mkay's first link and it still needed codes; then
Complete thread -- http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/1150290-treatment#aw2aab6b6b2
Complete thread -- didn't need it when i found it?? You can just google it and find it also.
Complete thread -- :_)
Complete thread -- Actually, we are helping each other. As a "senior citizen" I'm
Complete thread -- But a new person saying thanks.
Complete thread -- Agreed!!! She has helped me so much since I started this new night shift job! ((BIG HUG))
Complete thread -- Thank you! Yes, I was very frustrated too.
Complete thread -- Here's one for the books (if you'll pardon the pun)...while
Complete thread -- Aren't you just the nicest person! TY!
Complete thread -- Let's hear it for Questyr! A shining star!
Complete thread -- apparently it is expirium .....see link
Complete thread -- No wheezes or prolonged s/l ex-peer-ee-um. (not expiration) TIA!
Complete thread -- see link...I think it supports tract
Complete thread -- oh, thank you! ...
Complete thread -- I believe it is tract....but I'll try to find authoritative support
Complete thread -- On ultrasound, the lump is a sharply marginated hypoechoic complex cys ...
Complete thread -- Great minds think alike. ;-)
Complete thread -- Yw.
Complete thread -- That would be it! Thank you SO much! nm
Complete thread -- ??ptyalism?? see link
Complete thread -- thanks - that was what I heard too
Complete thread -- Early pregnancy, experiencing s/l tilism but not vomiting. Exam for nausea and vom/nm
Complete thread -- I think he is saying "post auricular"
Complete thread -- At the current time, his posterior occipital and ___ nerves are out,
Complete thread -- Link requires user and password info.
Complete thread -- Here is a link to the most commonly used medications for an ET, nothing though
Complete thread -- Either way, I have a niggling feeling we'll never find out.
Complete thread -- Sent in. Thanks to all that helped.
Complete thread -- You beat me by 7 seconds! Wonder if we are right?
Complete thread -- ??Seroquel?? see link (which shows it's generic name)
Complete thread -- Seroquel?
Complete thread -- are there any other diagnoses? trazodone is for depression/anxiety, so there is more than
Complete thread -- I can find nothing, but thought of neurostimulation tube, just not so sure that fits here.
Complete thread -- Blank it.
Complete thread -- or s/l nuro-stern compartment tube
Complete thread -- s/l neuro-compartment tube
Complete thread -- ??PE tube?? or ??T tube??
Complete thread -- Is this a wav, is there a s/l? Context?
Complete thread -- Myringotomy
Complete thread -- I've been trying to visualize what he is saying with
Complete thread -- Thanks again Questyr!!!
Complete thread -- pt. with essential tremor. Takes s/l "zafro" 25 mg every 8 hours, trazodone
Complete thread -- ??inserted??
Complete thread -- here is a better link
Complete thread -- ??ticagrelor?? see link
Complete thread -- Then I s/l*surged* the electrodes in through the generator and secured them with
Complete thread -- What wouldl have made some sense to me was if
Complete thread -- medication s/l thategralol
Complete thread -- IOW 4 times a day, 4 mg
Complete thread -- Dilaudid...The usual starting dose for DILAUDID (hydromorphone hydrochloride) tablets is 2
Complete thread -- You are assuming that 4 mg = 4 tablets and that the
Complete thread -- could it mean 4 tablets 4 mg, up to 6 times per day? (seems like a lot).
Complete thread -- wait a minute, 4 times a day would be 16 tablets? 24 doesnt make sense. 24 mg per day?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- We never spell out dosage where I work (4 mg)- didn't check BOS
Complete thread -- how to transcribe this dosing for clarification, pls sm
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- And as above (re: 4 L cannula), I am relearning too. ;-)
Complete thread -- Ty. I forgot that.
Complete thread -- no longer need a hyphen in any metric measurement 4 L (BoS 3)
Complete thread -- Me too :-)
Complete thread -- In case not typo, s/b 4-L cannula
Complete thread -- thanks so much! always learning something new
Complete thread -- maybe on a digital thermometer, but also have never heard it said that way.
Complete thread -- see link...there are some thermometers that have 2 decimal places
Complete thread -- never heard of temp being this many digits, thinking wrong, but want to make sure
Complete thread -- could be?
Complete thread -- Bazinga! :)
Complete thread -- could be grows too if that makes sense
Complete thread -- He had what symptoms? Because wondering if ??grows??
Complete thread -- I must have missed the other post but looked & don't see anything but mebbe the chirping
Complete thread -- sounds okay to me, just worded weird.
Complete thread -- I also told him it is possible *his prostate goes* a little more in the middle
Complete thread -- They posted below and got no response to just wanting attention is my guess
Complete thread -- thanks to all!!
Complete thread -- See message for my suggestion.
Complete thread -- I think that was what she meant, lol, now sounded like estronized lol
Complete thread -- you're welcome!
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- short arm, though. Its a cast for the arm that's short not a cast for a short arm.:)
Complete thread -- short arm cast (the patient doesn't have a short arm for short-arm cast
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- estrogenized?
Complete thread -- SBE
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- sounds like SPE/FPE??
Complete thread -- moisturized?
Complete thread -- Remembering that it is a run-on sentence, and we are
Complete thread -- I was lucky. I happened to find an article comparing
Complete thread -- Do I have correct comma placement here?
Complete thread -- 88-year-old woman with vaginal discharge
Complete thread -- Wow! Impressive, Questyr!
Complete thread -- meant to say it is the verb form, not the noun.
Complete thread -- I'd say in this case it is past tense, incised and drained.
Complete thread -- Yippee! Doing the Snoopy dance!
Complete thread -- It is 11 am here.
Complete thread -- Actually, she gave some context in post and responded to request for the full sentence...
Complete thread -- THanks.
Complete thread -- I don't know where you are? It is after 2 pm here. Did you mean to post that here?
Complete thread -- msg
Complete thread -- If not sure, then yep, but the common procedure for paronychia is
Complete thread -- Nevermind......It is Charnley
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- I found it. Triangle retractor
Complete thread -- Morning. Another good day ahead.Wild life here fed breakfast & chirping away peaceful
Complete thread -- WAG ?? Charnley retractor ??
Complete thread -- Could be both from your context.
Complete thread -- That's "don't know which." :)
Complete thread -- Thanks for taking the time to look
Complete thread -- If you don't which, can you just flag the abbreviation for doctor/QA?
Complete thread -- Nevermind, that's just the catalog's name...George Tiemann!
Complete thread -- I have to expand to incision and drainage OR irrigation and debridement
Complete thread -- I have verbatim, but we also cannot use those slang terms, just in case, it would be
Complete thread -- I found Tiemann retractor but cannot document its use.
Complete thread -- verbatim...
Complete thread -- It is slang, but depends on your account specifics guidelines
Complete thread -- says I&D'd? Would that be correct?
Complete thread -- s/l trium retractor
Complete thread -- And Morgan still has not learned. She has been posting here for months
Complete thread -- I thought it was pulsed for the longest time
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- No problem! Hey, I have never heard of MOLST or POLST...good to know!
Complete thread -- oh good grief. what am I thinking. SORRY for the confusion.
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- There is POLST =Physician Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment (POLST)
Complete thread -- That's what grandpas are for!
Complete thread -- Okay, but I also found s/m
Complete thread -- Medical Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment (MOLST) form
Complete thread -- maybe insinuating grandpa does not feed him healthy food like mom wants? LOL
Complete thread -- POLST packet -- Physician Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment and
Complete thread -- it's advance though.
Complete thread -- What was it?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Yeah, going to baseball games with his grandpa!
Complete thread -- okay, that is what I thought to, but was not positive and seemed out of place LOL!
Complete thread -- agree (a stent graft is made from fabric)
Complete thread -- ...and is going with his grandpa?
Complete thread -- not sure I am hearing correctly
Complete thread -- full?
Complete thread -- whole?
Complete thread -- advanced directives
Complete thread -- just saw and will see what I can find out. thanks
Complete thread -- SILVADENE Cream 1% (silver sulfadiazine) is a topical antimicrobial drug indicated as an a
Complete thread -- whoa, that's good. thx I see "tumescent anesthesia" xoxo
Complete thread -- tumesced?
Complete thread -- oops..here's the link
Complete thread -- "the saphenous sheath was "too mist" with solution 1% lidocaine
Complete thread -- omg yes, thank you
Complete thread -- count you be hearing point oh one four = 0.014 ???
Complete thread -- To op who posted yesterday on interventricular/intraventricular
Complete thread -- "point o (owe) and 4 guidewire"
Complete thread -- Please disregard. I see it was already answered.
Complete thread -- As the thread is indicating, he seems to be using it
Complete thread -- Silvadene ?Treating and preventing bacterial infection
Complete thread -- Yes...and I hear "followup visit" which gently supports
Complete thread -- 1. digesting (?) fashion closure was performed at the ??
Complete thread -- Thanks a bunch!
Complete thread -- yes, i hear curious too.
Complete thread -- Thanks, Questyr. I posted WAV just to be really sure.
Complete thread -- One of the definitions of curious at OneLook is unusual or
Complete thread -- Here's my problem..see link...this medical journal sm
Complete thread -- Pt here in the office for a s/l 'curious' pelvic cystic lesion.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Never mind - going to send with blank. Thanks though.
Complete thread -- Possibly, but he is not enunciating it like that.
Complete thread -- sm for full sentence
Complete thread -- Sulfazine???
Complete thread -- can you give us the whole sentence please
Complete thread -- laparoscopic is exactly what we should have expected to hear
Complete thread -- med s/l selsa deen sm
Complete thread -- I hear it now. I am very happy she reports no postoperative pains. THanks
Complete thread -- A circumferential equally _____ pinwheel-type fashion closed _______ nipple-areola co
Complete thread -- very happy and reports no _______.
Complete thread -- Got it now: I offered her a laparoscopic cholecystectomy. Thanks
Complete thread -- That's what I heard. Still cannot get next blank.
Complete thread -- following expectant(ly)? I offered her _____
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone for your help!
Complete thread -- Posted again. Thanks.
Complete thread -- still hearing old wav
Complete thread -- I almost guessed that! Makes sense to me.
Complete thread -- very happy and reports no _______. (Just need reassurance of what I hear) Thanks
Complete thread -- When I really slow it down, it almost sounds like "formal."
Complete thread -- I'm going to flag it. Thanks. It probably is that, but he is slurring and it is not clear.
Complete thread -- I really am trying to hear that, but I don't.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Thanks for your help, SM
Complete thread -- that was going to be my guess also.
Complete thread -- ? four-lead EKG
Complete thread -- I think I had one doctor who used to pronounce it Vogner. It's wagner. You got it.
Complete thread -- He is clearly saying sans, but it's being used incorrectly. SM
Complete thread -- s/l foe-bee ekg (see message)
Complete thread -- Preop evaluation for total hip replacement.
Complete thread -- I posted a WAV. The only thing I can think of is offset sans by commas?
Complete thread -- To be honest, I don't think the dictator is using the word correctly
Complete thread -- Never heard of the 'sans' part (spelled out). Do I offset by commas? Is it correct?
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- if that's what you hear, it would just mean around the ulna. You could
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- X-ray showed a s/l peri ulnar* 3 cm x 1.4 fluid collection
Complete thread -- two capsules _____ packs daily
Complete thread -- Weird. I edit VR and I've never seen that before in a draft.
Complete thread -- Question for those who do speech recognition work - underscore
Complete thread -- agree probably something like this since "guideline reviewed" follows.
Complete thread -- Ok, I'll bite. What part of the body are we talking about? Context please.
Complete thread -- I was going to ask for context but thought best against it.
Complete thread -- sorry - screwed that up. Different kinds of capsulectomies - not just breasts.
Complete thread -- capsulectomies arenight not even have to do with breasts.
Complete thread -- with this limited context, I'd say two words and cap Pulmonary.
Complete thread -- I would say post radiation, after radiation. All 1 word would be more like
Complete thread -- as opposed to higher up maybe? SM
Complete thread -- oh ok, thanks
Complete thread -- wag
Complete thread -- google cereal green light (like giving the "go ahead" to give cereal.
Complete thread -- sealing stent, probably second one is sealing too.
Complete thread -- *Green Light* guideline reviewed for cereal.
Complete thread -- The procedure of fenestrated stent graft repair of the aneurysm was discussed in
Complete thread -- We proceeded with *southern hemisphere* total capsulectomies. ...
Complete thread -- PMI point of maximum intensity.
Complete thread -- being heard? best heard?
Complete thread -- oops, here it is
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- sounds like BMI??
Complete thread -- I just emailed a cardiologist about this, and he said it's always intraventricular
Complete thread -- Well, if that is the case, I absolutely stand corrected. My other cardiology account
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- athletic hernia seems supported
Complete thread -- The pt has right s/l athlete hernia
Complete thread -- postradiation
Complete thread -- 2. See pulmonary post radiation to chest. (post-radiation or post radiation?)
Complete thread -- Don't think it really matters
Complete thread -- Yeah, we all understood that,
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- First site is an educational site for the procedure and
Complete thread -- IME help
Complete thread -- oops here's the link
Complete thread -- Got it. See link CO2RE ...but see the link to confirm capitalization
Complete thread -- Yes, this link is a study done where they did both types of
Complete thread -- I am finding that there are 2 types of laser treatments sm
Complete thread -- he is pronouncing it see-two-oh-are-ee loud and clear. ...
Complete thread -- Two questions...R U sure part of it is not CO2 rather than C2O? and
Complete thread -- The patient returns to the office now 2 months, status post *C2ORE* no ...
Complete thread -- This situation (delete "is"). Listen for (or correct to) gotten. Not "got."
Complete thread -- Yes way. IVCD is commonly seen on EKG
Complete thread -- Thanks to you both, but there's no way all of her patients have interventricular
Complete thread -- This book gives definition of each on pages 128 and 129 see link
Complete thread -- Stop tagging 1 particular poster, you look like an idiot. Rude.
Complete thread -- So arrogant, Darlene, and never post anything that has to do with the question.
Complete thread -- I think you just like to argue. MTing is understanding/concepts etc.
Complete thread -- HJA or HJR?
Complete thread -- HJ is reflux, not reflex, that I can find ?
Complete thread -- hepatojugular reflux or AJR (see message)
Complete thread -- Peripyloric, around pylorus; prepyloric, opening between stomach & duodenum.
Complete thread -- no, peri for sure. thanks tho!
Complete thread -- there are such things as parapyloric ulcers, does it s/l 'para'?
Complete thread -- thanks, just relooked at a diagram, and think I will change to prepyloric nm
Complete thread -- I can't ever remember having "peripyloric" in a report in nearly 30 years.
Complete thread -- questioning prepyloric versus peripyloric, pls sm
Complete thread -- According to my HPI cardiology book, there can be either as it lists both,
Complete thread -- HJ (hepatojugular) reflex. thanks
Complete thread -- neck veins distended up to 40 degrees and 4 cm of "HJA" reflex elicited. tia nm
Complete thread -- What do I do with this doctor?
Complete thread -- Oh wow, I thought this thread was long dead. Yes, I know what trans means and know what
Complete thread -- No prob. Been there b4. Hope it gets better.
Complete thread -- Thanks, Questyr. Struggling today.
Complete thread -- forgot to attach link
Complete thread -- *I* am the poster, defending my use of the hyphen.
Complete thread -- Since it is an ESL, might he/she be saying "exudative membranes"??
Complete thread -- For you to post the definition of trans and then a list of words with trans as a prefix
Complete thread -- He stumbles in there, but I do hear the "of"
Complete thread -- Awesome!! Thanks so much again, Questyr
Complete thread -- If you follow AAMT BoS-3 page 134 then no hyphen for
Complete thread -- I don't hear 'of' which would make sense. Thanks
Complete thread -- That's not it, but it may be for some other GU issue. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Found Rectiv for anal fissures at RxList see link attached
Complete thread -- evidence of micro-perforation as evidenced by *ex-er-tive* membranes and pus surround
Complete thread -- I found "Rectogesic" for fissures, but I'm not hearing the "gesic" part on the wav.
Complete thread -- See message
Complete thread -- wav file now posted. thanks
Complete thread -- Anal fissure medication s/l Eh-rec-tive, Ih-rac-teeb, something to that effect.
Complete thread -- Thanks, oscar
Complete thread -- We went over all the particulars of the operation
Complete thread -- sewed as in a circle, makes sense to me.
Complete thread -- of diverticulitis. _____ particular to the operation both preoperatively..
Complete thread -- The herniated bowel was s/l*cerclaged*.
Complete thread -- You incorrectly state the BoS-3 info regarding such.
Complete thread -- Ugh! How easy that was. Thank you
Complete thread -- I hear "Bowels are"
Complete thread -- huh?
Complete thread -- Her bowel is functioning nicely.
Complete thread -- Her _______ is functioning nicely
Complete thread -- I had been thicking 'tech' for technique? But I think you are right. Thank you again.
Complete thread -- ?? or maybe "or find another tack" ??
Complete thread -- could he be saying "or try another tack" as in try another strategy?
Complete thread -- could he be saying "or try another tack" as in try another strategy
Complete thread -- we will have to reexcise possibly or find another _____ . Thank you
Complete thread -- I am struggling with this dictator.
Complete thread -- acutely
Complete thread -- recently this situation got acutely worse....is what I hear
Complete thread -- Sorry. I reposted again. This should work.THanks for being patient
Complete thread -- Me too
Complete thread -- B4 I was getting the old one, now I get no sound at all
Complete thread -- I still don't hear anything?
Complete thread -- Should be up now. THanks.
Complete thread -- I closed out, came back in and your WAV is not there.
Complete thread -- sounds like mechanical bowel prep as usual ?
Complete thread -- but recently this is situation has got ___worse.
Complete thread -- typo...should have typed colostomy closure
Complete thread -- I note you are using a hyphen with
Complete thread -- Thank you guys. I appreciate it.
Complete thread -- What is showing in your post at the beginning looks
Complete thread -- got a little bit around the first blank, maybe
Complete thread -- first blank - abdominal x-rays. I don't really see ... I can't get the second.
Complete thread -- This is a better link (I think) for what I was trying
Complete thread -- Thank you. No other info on this pt.
Complete thread -- See link.
Complete thread -- Sorry, I disagree
Complete thread -- understanding what is taking place, one would know, it was about approach/technique thus
Complete thread -- If you put the comma in before transannular, you would
Complete thread -- Me either, didn't realize
Complete thread -- new Dalvance (dalbavancin)complicated skin and skin structure infections, & MRSA
Complete thread -- This appears to be the exam, not the
Complete thread -- On a quick look, I didn't realize there was a sound file to listen to and had no clue what
Complete thread -- I believe it is Dacron patch (comma) transannular and nm
Complete thread -- Yvw.
Complete thread -- I hear it clearly now. Thanks so much, especially Questyr!
Complete thread -- here is a helpful link for MTs, sample reports. Take a peek after your shift sm
Complete thread -- She's talking about the construction of the sentence, not the term.
Complete thread -- She wanted help with the phrase right before "No JVD." which
Complete thread -- what are you questioning? JVD=jugular venous distension.
Complete thread -- Well, let's see, could it be perhaps no lymphadenopathy?
Complete thread -- No carotid bruit.
Complete thread -- Gooood morning. Another great day is on the way "smile"
Complete thread -- NECK: Supple without masses. _____________ No JVD.
Complete thread -- thanks for update, I figured it was indeed correct. i
Complete thread -- Of course. Thanks. One more above.
Complete thread -- still not convinced? Click link and take a look. It's ok.
Complete thread -- EOMI = extraocular movements intact
Complete thread -- EOMI
Complete thread -- More ROS. Not used to typing those anymore. Thanks so much. WAV
Complete thread -- Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- maybe just not used to hearing the various prefix terms trans. sm
Complete thread -- She is saying "cough, sputum production,"
Complete thread -- Thanks. I posted WAV now. Perhaps pronounces 'fleem' instead of 'flem?'
Complete thread -- WAG ??cough, phlegm production,??
Complete thread -- Pt denies any shortness of breath, s/l 'cost-stream' production, asthma, emphysema.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- If doc drags word and gargles her throat, you need more than "a" and "h".
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Gy ? (abbreviation for Gy when receiving radiation therapy?)
Complete thread -- *gray* treatment
Complete thread -- The other day I posted a question about ureteric s/l cord
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- "with Dacron patch transannular" is probably not the
Complete thread -- thanks - the transannular there is bothering me though. To me, it doesn't make sense the
Complete thread -- Looks perfect!
Complete thread -- not sure how to punctuate this sentence. thanks
Complete thread -- When I tried to use it on AOL oh so many years ago, it
Complete thread -- I kinda like Questor
Complete thread -- got it..risk of (I kept hearing reserve)
Complete thread -- last one
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the help.
Complete thread -- Found SUNY (State University New York) Upstate Medical Center in NY
Complete thread -- me either :(
Complete thread -- and I can't find anything like that in CA ?
Complete thread -- S/L Suwannee upstate (as in northern part of state) ?
Complete thread -- In any case, even though the biopsy was sent to _________ for a second opinion and
Complete thread -- Thanks, thought he might have stuttered a bit. Wanted to make sure I wasn't missing
Complete thread -- Can't even spell my own name, Questyr
Complete thread -- According to these websites (see link), there are 2 types of
Complete thread -- they felt that the patient’s case was more consistent with _____ cellular NSIP, chro
Complete thread -- how often do you see the s/l ending up like it presented, next to none I'd say
Complete thread -- might have said (or nonpecific) ST and/or T wave abnormalities in the lateral leads OR sm
Complete thread -- I had to send it, but left it as "ahhhhhhh" ? I suppose there is no real way to spell
Complete thread -- aaaaah or ahhhhhhh and how many a's and h's ? sheesh
Complete thread -- word help "aaaaaaah" Patient had a stroke. SM for details:
Complete thread -- link to trademark specimen.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- oooohhhhh!! Thanks!!!!!
Complete thread -- that sure is a lot closer to the s/l!
Complete thread -- ahhh good to know! thanks
Complete thread -- BoS3 page 113 "Do not use a comma after
Complete thread -- ? The Monopty Liver Biopsy Gun contains a rapid action cutting needle which produces a
Complete thread -- Menghini's aspiration needle?
Complete thread -- A s/l* ma-knot-mee" needle was introduced and the left lobe of the liver was biopsie
Complete thread -- ok, thanks!!
Complete thread -- Did you get your answer?
Complete thread -- I would.
Complete thread -- At L3-4, there is mild central spinal canal narrowing without stenosis. Comma after
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I was going to guess mini malar if it is craniofacial or jaw surgery?
Complete thread -- WAG...medial malleolar osteotomy
Complete thread -- alcoholic liver disease (no / needed) - (liver disease caused by alcohol
Complete thread -- what part of the body is this surgery?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- authorize it
Complete thread -- At this time, a mini *mallor* osteotomy was performed
Complete thread -- was declining to ________ on base of prior conversation
Complete thread -- with feeling he might _____ and given antibiotic
Complete thread -- T-wave normal slopes? Can't think of anything else.
Complete thread -- I would have thought "tear/tare" and not "tear/tier" pronunciation too.
Complete thread -- not sure, but for which she HAD surgery (I hear something with occlusion too)
Complete thread -- T-wave something?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- s/l TE nonsense in lateral leads. TIA!
Complete thread -- meant to type ???with subocclusion??? for which etc
Complete thread -- ???with subocclusion?? for which???
Complete thread -- hyperlipidemia, seasonal allergies, meningioma with _______ for which she surgery..
Complete thread -- in case U return. Link on trauma, triage, tier click link take a look
Complete thread -- Triage systems do have different tiers. Didn't realize the s/l was tear as in tier
Complete thread -- tier?
Complete thread -- Thanks for the input. Not sure that is it. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- Maybe means with no soft-tissue injuries (like tears of ligaments, tendons, muscles, etc.)
Complete thread -- s/l non-tear trauma TIA!
Complete thread -- nm's thread included the website address with some tacked
Complete thread -- that doesn't sound right to me
Complete thread -- Original post on this thread, not THE original poster
Complete thread -- original poster said trend is to drop (")
Complete thread -- huh? what is useful? I'm
Complete thread -- No wav there yet?
Complete thread -- Just curious. How did you find the entire section the quote came from?
Complete thread -- new to acct, cannot figure out what she says
Complete thread -- Foley was dependent drainage
Complete thread -- OP did. Open post think I got it
Complete thread -- " is useful when trying to wade through garbage
Complete thread -- I have actually flagged this and will update you all with the results from QA
Complete thread -- oops, my error,(hard to find) it is Pauwels (Friedrich Pauwels )
Complete thread -- be sure and let us know too
Complete thread -- thanks so much!
Complete thread -- yes,lots on google. there IS Pauwel type C femoral neck fractures. (as well as "V")
Complete thread -- showed just a bit of drainage with ...
Complete thread -- unsure what he says
Complete thread -- got it - Fukuda
Complete thread -- retractor used in shoulder surgery s/l sclooder retractor, sm plse
Complete thread -- thank you, my second source WAS better, tho I knew likely correct.
Complete thread -- think I got it..
Complete thread -- unsure what he says
Complete thread -- I disagree, that is 1 publication. Not enough for me, but not trying
Complete thread -- I did read the entire section that the quote came from to
Complete thread -- Definition of colleague? Really?
Complete thread -- perhaps, but the ... indicates it doesn't necessarily belong to the sentence before which
Complete thread -- see another linke, scan down to bottom of page 611...it
Complete thread -- When reviewing the link and actually opening some of the web sites
Complete thread -- At least you've documented the term's use with developed
Complete thread -- ? how is this relevant to the s/l word
Complete thread -- thanks you, not football or sports fan
Complete thread -- I think it means
Complete thread -- I think OP has the best reasoning (branch) or aka tunnel, channel,cord
Complete thread -- I meant to post this to nm's post of "What does it mean?"
Complete thread -- see message for meaning
Complete thread -- Tho they show a hyphen, I'm not sure it is required.
Complete thread -- Thank you very much.
Complete thread -- Pauwels C ... see link
Complete thread -- What would John Elway mean?
Complete thread -- He sustained a
Complete thread -- Oh my, you're giving the definition of colleague? And no, John Elway referred to is likely
Complete thread -- perhaps John Elway is a colleague (since you say not pt name)
Complete thread -- Now I hear the "he has had". Good show!
Complete thread -- I wonder if he is saying "for lung CA __?__ " Can't make
Complete thread -- thank you! :)
Complete thread -- FDA Approves Sivextro(tedizolid phosphate) life-threatening skin infections sm
Complete thread -- lung CA he has had.
Complete thread -- not sure what he is saying
Complete thread -- If, by him, you mean John Elway being overrated...since he
Complete thread -- NM. I see Questyr discovered he had biceps injury and didn't have surgery. Didn't
Complete thread -- okay, thanks
Complete thread -- notwithstanding means despite anything to contrary. Maybe something to do with him being
Complete thread -- Good...that also seems to support that he would NOT
Complete thread -- You have a problem that I think s/b flagged if you have
Complete thread -- it is an 80yo woman, just so ya know ;)
Complete thread -- very confused by this... patient name is not in this report, so do not freak out ;)
Complete thread -- okay, thank you :)
Complete thread -- Tho there is a slight bump in the sound, I think he is just
Complete thread -- just caught also that I accidentally typed "comfort" instead of "comfortable" ;)
Complete thread -- having trouble making this make sense... also have a blank I cannot figure out
Complete thread -- okay, that is what I was leaning towards too. Thanks! :)
Complete thread -- agree with Gilbert's
Complete thread -- I would go with Gilbert's JMO
Complete thread -- doc says "gill bears" would that be referring to Gilbert syndrome or Guillain-Barré??
Complete thread -- Thanks for all your help Questyr. :) Not clear enough, so flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- I find some reference to psychomotor behaviors, but don't
Complete thread -- I'm trying, but as I check fundamentals of mental
Complete thread -- s/l sir-kun behaviors WNL. TIA!
Complete thread -- I will recommend, even if you don't follow AAMT, that
Complete thread -- If you follow AAMT it says
Complete thread -- curse words in patient quotes - do we include those or flag them? TIA!
Complete thread -- No. If you read the article and others you can readily
Complete thread -- close as i can find. likely ureteric cord is ok (to me) sm
Complete thread -- I cannot find any "ureteric cord". I do find "ureteric colic" which
Complete thread -- What is next sentence? When the s/l is at the beginning or
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- swollen nodes?
Complete thread -- I agreed with you.
Complete thread -- and I thought I heard something about tonsils
Complete thread -- acute swollen joints
Complete thread -- SoftScript
Complete thread -- No other complaints at this time.
Complete thread -- being denied time off is far different than GMOs ARE a bit more relevant, not time off.
Complete thread -- Did not hear mucous membranes moist nm
Complete thread -- Thanks for the input. Not clear enough. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- moving on, flagging, thanks
Complete thread -- What makes you think she does not know that?
Complete thread -- there's a mallamint antacid (calcium carbonate)
Complete thread -- thank you!! :)
Complete thread -- I'm not hearing that. I keep hearing words "swollen" and "pharynx" somewhere in there
Complete thread -- 1 blank
Complete thread -- 1. Mucous membranes moist. can't get the 2nd one.
Complete thread -- I will take any guesses you might have...maybe it will point me in right direction =]
Complete thread -- 2 blanks, unable to slow down and standards don't match
Complete thread -- s/l mell-uh 30 mg q.i.d. for heartburn. TIA!
Complete thread -- Same person said GMOs aren't relevant to MTs. I thought MTs were human. Evidently this MT
Complete thread -- what is SS?
Complete thread -- I can't make that out, but thank you.
Complete thread -- archery?
Complete thread -- The patient is status post total hip arthroplasty.
Complete thread -- Disregard this. nm's response better.
Complete thread -- Thanks!! Much appreciated.
Complete thread -- check out this article..scan down to PPD-A..but I'm ckg further
Complete thread -- MEN2A
Complete thread -- Mantoux A
Complete thread -- total guess, wonder if switched meds from Coumadin to Eliquis
Complete thread -- excellent/good!!! find/link ----Solution “C” - 200cc -
Complete thread -- What is the sentence preceding the s/l as sometimes it
Complete thread -- ESL, but..
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ?multiple
Complete thread -- what I hear is budesonide calcitonin spray
Complete thread -- budesonide?
Complete thread -- On Coumadin Therapy..problems with Coumadin S/L
Complete thread -- aspirin 81 mg, ______, calcitonin spray, Celexa,
Complete thread -- Thanx for letting us know.
Complete thread -- agree semi-Fowler=lying in bed in a supine position,head 30 degrees + sm
Complete thread -- OMG! thank you "not have any signs of Janeway lesions or Osler's nodes"! wow!
Complete thread -- actually, Alicia, it was a coincidence;those 2 nm posts were by different posters using nm
Complete thread -- January=Janeway
Complete thread -- opps, didn't get it all in post S/l January=Janeway lesions
Complete thread -- s/l January= lesions (bacterial endocarditis). sm
Complete thread -- Found possibly better "Osler's nodes" ...going back for more
Complete thread -- First thought that comes to mind for part of it is ???"in
Complete thread -- can't post a wav, but will do my best with the s/l, plse sm
Complete thread -- I checked. No hyphen.
Complete thread -- I don't think there is a hyphen for 10 blade, but I'll double check
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- abdominoplasty Solution "C" anesthetic - maybe your docs have different Solution "C" mix
Complete thread -- I would have expected to hear "limit tension on the wound and
Complete thread -- Agree with nm that because it is being used as
Complete thread -- semi-Fowler?
Complete thread -- appears to be tailor tack...see link...
Complete thread -- tailor-tack
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- B4 searching - passed off and weighed not wade
Complete thread -- remain in semi-*solid* position also
Complete thread -- Using a *Taylor tack* approach, the two anterior
Complete thread -- What type of surgery? Sometimes can find things faster in
Complete thread -- Also note, noun-verb not agreeing...either it
Complete thread -- donor?
Complete thread -- B4 searching, note...it should be past not pass her anterior..etc
Complete thread -- Yes. See link. (I only reviewed for your specific question)
Complete thread -- s/l solution C
Complete thread -- supply to the *dome* skin flaps extending laterally
Complete thread -- LOL! :)
Complete thread -- Yippee! Doing the Snoopy dance!
Complete thread -- ... yes, I think it does s/l grandson... thank you!
Complete thread -- I agree..don't feel it is "aunt"...could it be "grandson" ?
Complete thread -- okay, I hear that now, ... all but the "aunt" part. Thank you!
Complete thread -- okay... thanks for all your help :) I really cannot make that out either, will leave blank
Complete thread -- Almost sounds like he says "Excuse me...The anniversary
Complete thread -- REALLY a WAG...??death of her aunt?? ..the sound is so
Complete thread -- okay, just posted WAV again
Complete thread -- Your old post is no longer there, but neither is your new one.
Complete thread -- I can't find it. I'll refresh and try again.
Complete thread -- were you able to catch my 2nd blank in WAV?
Complete thread -- okay, thanks
Complete thread -- You are definitely right. She repeated it further down in a different sentence.
Complete thread -- I am thinking you are right NM
Complete thread -- writer? (author of this report)
Complete thread -- Came up with Sunset Manor, Coffey Health System
Complete thread -- She denies that she is in any current distress or having any actual suicidal thought
Complete thread -- with the writer (as in the person dictating the report)?
Complete thread -- I would recommend ALWAYS giving us your best s/l even
Complete thread -- what follows you s/l ?
Complete thread -- can you hear that or going by google, because I cannot hear that. I was guessing "Manor"
Complete thread -- s/l rider
Complete thread -- ? Frontenac
Complete thread -- I did LOL!! I would not have wasted my time posting had I not tried to find something that
Complete thread -- google: kansas "sunset Manor"
Complete thread -- Too low for me to hear, but here are some possibilities see link
Complete thread -- new post as have another blank after my original post
Complete thread -- cannot catch full name (Kansas)
Complete thread -- Congrats! Thanx for letting us know.
Complete thread -- proofed and picked up on v sound. Vashon Island, WA near Seattle.
Complete thread -- can you do MP3?
Complete thread -- thanks for all the help-still not positive-can't seem to send wav
Complete thread -- There is Ash Island...see link
Complete thread -- can you post wav??
Complete thread -- thank you so much :)
Complete thread -- There's also Russian Island
Complete thread -- ? Ross Island
Complete thread -- thanks for your help :) I greatly appreciate it
Complete thread -- maybe someone knows this. Island off Oregon- s/l rashland or rishland
Complete thread -- Let me change...I now hear the "Does have a mosquite bite" rather
Complete thread -- 1st s/l ??"did get (or digging) through. Chiggers maybe. There
Complete thread -- I just cannot get that first blank either. I keep hearing "dig-int to chiggers"
Complete thread -- 2nd one: They were cleaning out a bush. Still working on the 1st
Complete thread -- Just arrived. Give me a minute.
Complete thread -- typo listened.
Complete thread -- I lestened, sorry, could not get it
Complete thread -- What is the sentence efore and after the dose. Age of pt? Oral & injection of drug?
Complete thread -- is anyone here??
Complete thread -- How is this appropriate for WB? Nonsense. What did you expect not good thinking.
Complete thread -- anyone?
Complete thread -- couple blanks, THANKS :)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ?which has ceased now. She had gastroenteritis (question mark)
Complete thread -- She had gastroenteritis _________. She has no symptoms now and
Complete thread -- Wow, disappointed too. Esp the junk allowed thus encouraged to continue.
Complete thread -- Can you hear acetaminophen? nm
Complete thread -- convergence of the uterosacral ligaments (not conversions)
Complete thread -- Finally go it - valganciclovir (mispronounced of course). Thanks for the suggestion.
Complete thread -- Valacyclovir?
Complete thread -- Thank you :)
Complete thread -- Patient has been on s/l van-gel-sigh-clo-vere for 2 weeks for colonic infection. TIA!
Complete thread -- surprisingly, PubMed likes them both equally.
Complete thread -- Is is sweatspot test or sweat-spot test?
Complete thread -- good thinking
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- Sadly, in this profession, there will always be someone to fill the shoes. Be an IC.
Complete thread -- and..turned down when I asked for 1 day off for Christmas...in the
Complete thread -- Quit, and demand full cash equivalent payment of all PTO accumulated!
Complete thread -- It still feels very unfair. I've been here 10 years, and have never asked for more than
Complete thread -- Wow! New to me. Thanks everyone.
Complete thread -- Multi Podus see link
Complete thread -- Multi Podus
Complete thread -- Extremities are in the s/l multi-porous boots. TIA!
Complete thread -- patellar?
Complete thread -- not much you can do. They must have already given PTO to other
Complete thread -- Pt has allergy to s/l as-don-oh-fen. Next paragraph. TIA!
Complete thread -- Sorry, yes it is the hand.
Complete thread -- If the hand, this would be okay...see link
Complete thread -- But first, what part of the body?
Complete thread -- ?? to 30/30 flexion/extension?? I'm going to go look
Complete thread -- wow... (SM) what would YOU do??
Complete thread -- Does this sentence make sense
Complete thread -- I did hear wav. I heard "jump in screens." Didn't sound like an oops.
Complete thread -- TY!!!!!
Complete thread -- the blue bar on the left side
Complete thread -- Technical question about the Board as it appears on the screen.
Complete thread -- I can't read that link, it is another language, BB?
Complete thread -- Now you've done it. Got me interested, but I don't
Complete thread -- pincer, cam, or mixed; see link (picture).
Complete thread -- I think you have a good thought with this, but I would flag.
Complete thread -- I thought I remembered that about you posting something
Complete thread -- I WAS an x-ray tech in my teens, but that was soooo long
Complete thread -- I just know as an x-ray tech (which I am an old one), the 2 most
Complete thread -- yes, I really think that is what Dr. meant but misspoke, later on refers to cam. thanks!
Complete thread -- That was my thought originally, that lateral was a
Complete thread -- Short for camshaft deformity
Complete thread -- I'm seeing a cam deformity?
Complete thread -- hips
Complete thread -- I would do a true lateral and 20 degree oblique so comma after pronated.
Complete thread -- what part of the body is this?
Complete thread -- does it s/l perihilar? Work up for knee replacement could include CXR.
Complete thread -- can't tell if "fam" or "fan" but either way, don't know what doc means. sm plse
Complete thread -- Sorry, k, but I'm not coming up with anything.
Complete thread -- YW!
Complete thread -- okay thank you!!
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- I think he's just correcting himself and then said "Positive for
Complete thread -- No caps for physical therapies
Complete thread -- actually it is ...physical therapies.
Complete thread -- He's just stumbling: Postive for participating with PT.
Complete thread -- WAV posted
Complete thread -- no idea
Complete thread -- But, did you get your answer?
Complete thread -- Thanks all for help:)
Complete thread -- 20-degree pronated lateral (see link)
Complete thread -- Yes. Sorry.
Complete thread -- thanky, Questyr
Complete thread -- link not valid, but I agree
Complete thread -- apparently the link didn't work...google 20 degree pronated
Complete thread -- actually, I'd do 20-degree pronated lateral demonstrate(d) demonstrate(s)
Complete thread -- link gives me an error
Complete thread -- It should be 20-degree pronated[comma]
Complete thread -- Is comma needed after 20 degree?
Complete thread -- Should have mentioned I agree with not capping 'village'
Complete thread -- Makes sense thanks.
Complete thread -- I understand some people cannot post a sound file, but if
Complete thread -- No. As you may recall, the patient is a 47-year-old,
Complete thread -- sound file?
Complete thread -- "pariler" lesion of the knee? sm
Complete thread -- I don't yet know the full answer to this, but
Complete thread -- Is this how you would punctuate this sentence?
Complete thread -- looks good, but i'd not capitalize village
Complete thread -- Is this how you would punctuate this sentence?
Complete thread -- OR..."getting ahead of myself here..."
Complete thread -- did you listen to the wav? the way he says it 'jumpin screens' - and then goes on
Complete thread -- Despite the mention that it was clear said, I wonder
Complete thread -- he was reading the history off of the computer?
Complete thread -- what computer screen?
Complete thread -- okay, thank you!
Complete thread -- No, he said "jumpin' screens" as if saying "oops"
Complete thread -- do you think "jump in screens" meaning kid rarely goes to doctor for yearly
Complete thread -- "jumpin' screens" - he went too fast on the computer screen, went back up to allergies...
Complete thread -- no idea
Complete thread -- He's put up with a lot more off-topic subjects than this and I always thought of bb as
Complete thread -- Thanks! It was driving me crazy. I looked at all angles and couldn't verify it.
Complete thread -- BB runs this board and he deletes what he sees fit. I don't believe this is relevant to
Complete thread -- I've never seen a dose like that bfore?
Complete thread -- Why delete the post? I see, a lot of dumbed down Americans who believe they're not
Complete thread -- Thx ...
Complete thread -- See inside
Complete thread -- Digoxin ___0.01 mg once daily. I cannot verify that dosage. (see message)
Complete thread -- No quotation marks dicated. Unsure how to proceed here
Complete thread -- post deleted
Complete thread -- I'm hearing a long-A sound. Thanks though.
Complete thread -- recede?
Complete thread -- Nope, especially since just one would be a "rhonchus."
Complete thread -- He is either saying fade or using an obscure word. I give up. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I'm not forced to eat anything, and this doesn't belong here.
Complete thread -- yeah, me too now
Complete thread -- progress is all I can come up with. ?
Complete thread -- I don't think you'd hear "just one" rhonchi?
Complete thread -- rafade?
Complete thread -- Lung exam, "simple" rhonchi heard. ESL doc, but clearly said. Should be single?tia nm
Complete thread -- OMG, yes! Heavy ESL doc struggling through report. Thank you!
Complete thread -- I guess they're just people with MoveOn.org. As I said, you can donate or sign their
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- Robitussin said very wrong?
Complete thread -- good deal! (I heard Florida, but ...LOL)
Complete thread -- child with cough. Mother giving OTC "re-bexa-cine." tia nm
Complete thread -- Ohhh...I bet that is it. New term for me. Thanks everyone for the input.
Complete thread -- Current vital signs "reveal" temperature....
Complete thread -- i hear 104/54, O2 sat 94.
Complete thread -- got it! "I guess he had labs done in Emporia, they did not find anything." (Kansas)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- blood pressure 104/50 and _______. Head and neck exam is negative
Complete thread -- count slightly elevated 11.2, all else negative..
Complete thread -- White counts are _____ 11.2, all else negative. Arterial blood
Complete thread -- Curious as to who wrote that, since it is signed
Complete thread -- okay thank you! :)
Complete thread -- no, just heard "done before"
Complete thread -- thank you :)
Complete thread -- okay, did not know if you could hear "reported" or not. Thanks :)
Complete thread -- ? that's just what I heard. (s/l nothing was found on the labs?)
Complete thread -- Also, when starting a sentence with a number,
Complete thread -- crypts
Complete thread -- s/l creps???
Complete thread -- what about "reported they did not find anything" ??
Complete thread -- Considering this Frankenstein food we're forced to eat is suspected of being the cause of
Complete thread -- As an aside I would have punctuated the section below
Complete thread -- done before (or done in Florida?)
Complete thread -- before?
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- If it helps, it is worth the common courtesy of a reply. OPs should acknowledge helpers.
Complete thread -- NOTE: There is a problem with the doctor's sentence...
Complete thread -- lots of things are important, and there are plenty of places for this kind of post.
Complete thread -- ohh pooh, not as inappropriate as some posters
Complete thread -- my misreading error yesterday
Complete thread -- yep, addictive. see? told you my brain isn't here today.
Complete thread -- yes, really important. I saw some talk on PBS recently
Complete thread -- Take it somewhere else - not appropriate for WB.
Complete thread -- ahh haa that helped - addictive
Complete thread -- I wonder if it is a word meaning "habit forming" ? My brain isn't working too well today.
Complete thread -- The patient is aware of *directive* potential.
Complete thread -- it's not a poor choice of words at all
Complete thread -- thank you!! :)
Complete thread -- Route 44 sweet tea
Complete thread -- raise the specter of possible stenosis
Complete thread -- no idea
Complete thread -- Thanks for posting. It's very disturbing.
Complete thread -- adopted the patient from s/l bowj kumada - ESL doctor ...
Complete thread -- suspicion of
Complete thread -- note typo: crowed train = crowded train
Complete thread -- Monsanto did
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- This does raise s/l suspector of possible stenosis. - not risk factor. TIA!
Complete thread -- ah
Complete thread -- Thanks all! Tulsi Lax is it.
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- progressive deterioration is fine; i.e. continues to deteriorate
Complete thread -- found this, but not familiar at all. Organic India Tulsi Lax Tea sm
Complete thread -- if you google:tulsalax senna tea, Tulsi Lax comes right up
Complete thread -- see: Tulsi Lax
Complete thread -- sure he's not saying insulin?
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestion, but am hearing again and definitely sounds like Tulsalax.
Complete thread -- cannot document EGAT with respect to skin
Complete thread -- ? Dulcolax, senna tea (listen for "and")
Complete thread -- good for you and keep all back and forth communications for sure.
Complete thread -- s/l tulsa lax or tulfa lax senna tea. TIA!
Complete thread -- agree trying to buck pass (because of his admitted goofs, shame on him
Complete thread -- Okay, I think he is saying uh type. Thanks.
Complete thread -- everting (not inverting); carrying it down to fascia
Complete thread -- I was thinking that, also. But then I found TIP (tubularized incised plate urethroplasty)
Complete thread -- of course, you might want to spell umbilicus right, not the way I did. :)
Complete thread -- everting the umbilucis - in its lower-most edge, carrying it down to fascia
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- maybe he just means MAGPI-type (hyphen uh...type) ?
Complete thread -- fronds
Complete thread -- a semilunar incision ______ carried down
Complete thread -- s/l "fimbrial frans "
Complete thread -- SITZMARKS® capsule contains 24 radiopaque markers
Complete thread -- Sitzmarker, Sitz-marker, Sitz Marker - What is correct? TIA!
Complete thread -- You can only type what he says. Legally, it becomes an issue SM
Complete thread -- found and corrected - chordee (not chordae). Still need help. Thanks.
Complete thread -- sm pls
Complete thread -- SM please
Complete thread -- makes no difference to me at all, it is not about me. I post with source mayB it helps.
Complete thread -- Agatston score would fit the first 6 sentences sm
Complete thread -- found it, Agatston score
Complete thread -- "his total EGAT skin score" I can find EGAT but no idea what the skin sound is
Complete thread -- "His totalla gadskin score" was 214
Complete thread -- pronation/supination
Complete thread -- oh, thanks
Complete thread -- roughly 5 (not referee)
Complete thread -- 5 triathlons a year
Complete thread -- or 12-9,' the code used when someone is struck by a train
Complete thread -- google 12-9 train (code for passenger under train)
Complete thread -- oh, thanks so much
Complete thread -- This man has a temporary marked psychiatric disability related to the *12 9*
Complete thread -- written as "L" or "el", short for "elevated
Complete thread -- s/l pronosupination...see inside
Complete thread -- tracks and overhead train *els*
Complete thread -- she does referee _____
Complete thread -- try duloxetine or Doryx as s/l goes.
Complete thread -- My thinking was decline in his symptoms which sounded to me like
Complete thread -- To me, poor choice of word, but bet is this dictator term.
Complete thread -- for me, if in a letter, would spell out as you have it.
Complete thread -- Wondering if this is a "frequent phrase used by this dictator" sm
Complete thread -- I can't find it either. Thanks for trying. :)
Complete thread -- Sorry. I tried, but found no answer.
Complete thread -- Glargine 15 units 0.5 mL s/l "as well in" subcutaneous at bedtime. Any clue? TIA!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- AAMT BOS2 under heading Virgule..."Avoid using more than
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- thanks!
Complete thread -- However, if you follow AAMT BOS2, page 167 says to
Complete thread -- Thanks. It's in a letter. The cardiac index was 3.29 liters per minute per meters squared
Complete thread -- If you follow AAMT there are a variety of choices depending
Complete thread -- L/min/m2
Complete thread -- how do you transcribe liters per minute per meters squared?
Complete thread -- definitely over thinking. Thanks.
Complete thread -- see link based on the definition of deterioration going
Complete thread -- The patient has had progressive deterioration in his symptoms.
Complete thread -- I guess that could be military time. I also found this link (not BOS) (sm)
Complete thread -- okay, thanks
Complete thread -- per BOS2-Use colons for the time unless military time is the preferred format
Complete thread -- I would not cap diet, I only see Atkins trademarked
Complete thread -- EEG report - cross clamping
Complete thread -- Atkins Diet or Atkins diet ? seeing both ways
Complete thread -- Clarifying for readers the 30 b.i.d. I am referring to is
Complete thread -- okay, that makes sense :) thank you!!
Complete thread -- My first thought is 30 b.i.d. would = 60, so 60 [for] 3
Complete thread -- Meant so say he says this on plan portion of another patient as well
Complete thread -- he says the same thing in the plan portion
Complete thread -- Agree.
Complete thread -- no idea.... s/l #63 consecutive months... #60, 3 consecutive months??
Complete thread -- you are so very much welcome
Complete thread -- exactly - and it was easily google-able...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks, Questyr
Complete thread -- That is as bad as asking for context. I gave up on this board long ago
Complete thread -- My guess is "base of the greater trochanter" - and I'm late as usual.
Complete thread -- No question, but I sure have seen a lot of OPs who got answers today and never came
Complete thread -- curling?
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- In 2004, neurological incident which including left hand quelling.
Complete thread -- line at the base of the *foot* of the trochanter on
Complete thread -- euthymic...see link
Complete thread -- thanks for last one
Complete thread -- lot of hits & runners today, eh?
Complete thread -- thimerosal
Complete thread -- thimersol mercury derivative
Complete thread -- allergies: penicillin and ____
Complete thread -- ..hemorrhagic crusts of the red base of the right dorsal forearm
Complete thread -- I don't hear what is before it, but I hear "hemorrhagic crusts"
Complete thread -- 1. There were ____ crusts with a red base on the right dorsal arm, lef ...
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- sure it's not "inflammatory" markers? Genetic markers seems farfetched for aches and pains
Complete thread -- BOS2, page 96 they show it would be 2 x 3-cm mass
Complete thread -- this is still unresolved?
Complete thread -- She believes it is an acne pimple that she picked. It ____(0:00:13.6) ...
Complete thread -- yeah, I thought of that after I had already posted. Didn't bother to *duh* myself
Complete thread -- Only the IAC cannot be seen on physical exam..only the
Complete thread -- I think doc is saying "genetic" markers. Thank you.
Complete thread -- I will check "meti" markers due to diffuse arthralgias/myalgias. ESL doc. TIA NM
Complete thread -- yes, EAC.. thank you!
Complete thread -- IAC?-internal auditory canal
Complete thread -- EAC=external auditory canal
Complete thread -- doc is referring to the ears on exam and calls them both EIC or AIC (sm)
Complete thread -- Sorry for my typo. TY
Complete thread -- and if it is volume, it should be 35 cc not mL in this instance.
Complete thread -- but what would it be if you didn't google?
Complete thread -- Yes, it would be lie if you google.
Complete thread -- s/l downhill lie??
Complete thread -- helpful link for the future, but OP said "found it" below for this one.
Complete thread -- Here is a link for phonetic& wild card search, try it, might find it
Complete thread -- ? Pro-Banthine in dosages of 30 to 40 mg. produced anacidity
Complete thread -- I had to go through it about 5 times to get all that.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- I notied that 2. They look like idiots,/bullies. Afraid of competition, being displaced.
Complete thread -- yea. too much to listen to to try & get all those blanks in one setting.
Complete thread -- No hopelessness ______ thoughts. cant get that one part.
Complete thread -- 1-overintrusive 2-pressured 3-with appropriateness 4-no suicidal or homicidal...
Complete thread -- She is alert, oriented to .... Concentration is mildly impaired is the last thing.
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- 2 and mildly pressured.
Complete thread -- 1. over intrusive. 2. with appropiateness. No delusions or hallucinations.
Complete thread -- that is what I was thinking but dosage caught me too
Complete thread -- Multiple ?
Complete thread -- Probenecid was going to be my guess, but dose isn't right and no mention of gout.
Complete thread -- because she has not received _____ medications.
Complete thread -- I think he says TMs clear without pain
Complete thread -- volume?
Complete thread -- Pelvic ultrasound. "whole line" of 35 mL. Please see msg.
Complete thread -- yes, thank you!
Complete thread -- I hear temp twice ? also have blank
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- disease?
Complete thread -- sm for medication s/l
Complete thread -- It was Elocon cream! Heard after slowing audio speed way down. thanks!
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- I'm definitely hearing the letter "n" in there. Know it, but drawing a blank. ty
Complete thread -- Elocon cream?
Complete thread -- "ana-kon" cream given for dermatitis (speed talker) tia nm
Complete thread -- poi was not the helper, she was the OP and she was responding
Complete thread -- Thx, but I don't need to follow your link to see what your answer is.
Complete thread -- Found it...
Complete thread -- the sentence as it was dictated would really help us help you
Complete thread -- Found this...
Complete thread -- oh, so you are saying my blank is "positive". Sorry, didn't hear that.
Complete thread -- Nope...
Complete thread -- a guess fexofenadine
Complete thread -- MGUS and PAN, in Past Medical History. ...
Complete thread -- how about giving us the whole sentence as dictated. PMH would also help.
Complete thread -- glucose or blood sugar (or just "sugar") would fit.
Complete thread -- found these-catamaran scalpel blade was used to demarcate the width of the tendon graft s
Complete thread -- chloride 101, CO2 31.8, *grushie* was 73, BUN 19, creatinine
Complete thread -- Med S/L
Complete thread -- Here is some information - not much but some - see link
Complete thread -- yes, listened and reponding to post from poi sm
Complete thread -- didn't have evidence of genu varum?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- hyperemesis of uh pregnancy
Complete thread -- hyperemesis of pregnancy
Complete thread -- where in the body is this?
Complete thread -- hyperemesis, ______ pregnancy, I
Complete thread -- tendon *catamaran* device
Complete thread -- She was a slim individual ______ to the genu varum
Complete thread -- My work is verbatim too...except we are to follow AAMT, so we change it if it is AAMT
Complete thread -- we are verbatim where I work, I type as dictated. and it says do not repeat unless their
Complete thread -- Final - SM
Complete thread -- I was thinking cystic artery/cystic duct/Calot view of safety
Complete thread -- I definitely can't hear critical. Pallor, power, parallel is what is sounds like
Complete thread -- question about measurement and AAMT p. 361
Complete thread -- (yo're right that it refers to triangle of Calot, but it's not "Calot view of safety")
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- it's fine - describing different dosing of drug
Complete thread -- it is very often referred to as the "critical view of safety" - can you hear that?
Complete thread -- In another place, speech picked up parallel view of safety.?
Complete thread -- That's it! Thank you so much!!!
Complete thread -- 2 listings for dexamethasone in premedication for chemo (sm)
Complete thread -- "power view of safety" cholecystectomy
Complete thread -- Thanks, but no rates (heart rate/respiratory rate). No mention of brain activity.
Complete thread -- Come on, people. It was just an observation.
Complete thread -- You can be brain dead but still alive then have cardiac arrest and die.
Complete thread -- sporting event we don't *hear* much about
Complete thread -- could it be brainstem reflexes?
Complete thread -- That would be its
Complete thread -- Diagnosis: T1n T2 N0 M0 infiltrating ductal carcinoma
Complete thread -- med s/l door reese
Complete thread -- s/l lack of rates and reflexes (see message for context)
Complete thread -- axis
Complete thread -- Wide local excision of melanoma of the upper posterior buttock (2 cm s ...
Complete thread -- ok i fixed it...speaks of getting a dog
Complete thread -- Psychiatry
Complete thread -- nevermind. I have already flagged it.
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- what are you saying? The question is IF they have a CT scan, since the patient is not
Complete thread -- see link and find happiness :)
Complete thread -- BTW once you've confirmed a spelling that your spell
Complete thread -- OneLook above shows hypoosmolar ..see link
Complete thread -- hypoosmolar vs. hyposmolar - Spell check only wants 1 o. Any thoughts? TIA!
Complete thread -- glyBURIDE-metformin and Elevated liver blood tests SGOT/AST AND SGPT/ALT
Complete thread -- what? gibberish to me
Complete thread -- (if) definite mass, will consider PET scan"-- THAT finding would BE "positive
Complete thread -- who's Joel?
Complete thread -- ? decolonization therapy (attempting to eradicate MRSA )
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone for the plausible terms. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- "dox" (doxycycline)?
Complete thread -- meds?
Complete thread -- ??drugs??
Complete thread -- patient have s/l dods specifically aimed at eradicating the MRSA TIA!
Complete thread -- typo "and some inferior scleral show"
Complete thread -- should have posted the full blank.."some some inferior scleral show
Complete thread -- That's it! Thanks SO much.
Complete thread -- Doing the Snoopy dance!
Complete thread -- see link...inferior scleral show.
Complete thread -- ??globes and some inferior scleral _____ ?? still trying tho
Complete thread -- Yep, thanks!!
Complete thread -- sorry... I meant to type circumferentially... as we did it =/ long day LOL!
Complete thread -- sloping? (but I didnt' hear "some inferior" - he's fast. and also said exam not
Complete thread -- eye examination...
Complete thread -- Oh, we all came sooo close. But thank you for letting us know!
Complete thread -- yes, got back from QA... it was "sequentially in either direction. Also "at its heel"
Complete thread -- yes, just got back from QA... it was "sequentially in either direction. Also at its heel"
Complete thread -- Ah!
Complete thread -- I thought that was possible too, but I don't think you can even get
Complete thread -- sporting even we don't much about. yep, that makes total
Complete thread -- eh...
Complete thread -- Praise the Lord! Amen!!
Complete thread -- LOL didn't catch that!
Complete thread -- Q, this is also my account at work. =)
Complete thread -- According to the TM, Lone Star is 2 words?
Complete thread -- has not been,,, also will schedule a PET scan... is what I heard. not sure
Complete thread -- I think he might be saying "is abnormal" but that would be
Complete thread -- ??If the CAT scan has nothing else,"??
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- Good catch.
Complete thread -- See link...one of the top hits indicates a Richardson
Complete thread -- Speculum wouldn't fit so medium "rich" was used
Complete thread -- circumferentially in either direction (what I hear both times)
Complete thread -- silly, I was asking about who the other 2 *really bad ones* (from below D post) below,
Complete thread -- thanks you!
Complete thread -- Dunno, but without knowing what part of the body, i'd not even guess. I've heard "peri-
Complete thread -- Cut and paste won't work. What I googled to get there is
Complete thread -- Link is not taking you to the correct page. I'll try a cut and paste.
Complete thread -- On page 183 where it discusses one of the anchor techniques
Complete thread -- Yes, at it's heel and run circumferentially. I found the
Complete thread -- wow! Wonder who are the other 2?
Complete thread -- Dďsregard this. I don't think it's right,
Complete thread -- dictionary - heel - a rear, low, or bottom part
Complete thread -- the way it was described in one of the hits, the anchor is
Complete thread -- wasn't talking about anatomical heel, but the heel (bottom) of the catheter.
Complete thread -- ??anchored and sealed"??
Complete thread -- it is supposed to be in the arm.. so I don't think that fits ?
Complete thread -- thank you!! :)
Complete thread -- yep, I'm a bad girl.
Complete thread -- that's what I hear too, but it didnt make a whole lotta sense to me>
Complete thread -- at its heel?
Complete thread -- ughhh...he's flying as usual, and though I can usually get him, this time I can't. SM
Complete thread -- you dared to ask!! you must be one of the baaaad ones.
Complete thread -- Usefulness of the info? It's not a medical term; anyone that wants more info can Google it
Complete thread -- new to account and cannot catch
Complete thread -- agree - A single-leg hyperextension “stork test” is performed to assess spondylolysis
Complete thread -- chest wall (2 words) - but, dare I ask for more context? sentences before and
Complete thread -- could peri be 'belly' area?
Complete thread -- chest wall.
Complete thread -- Yeah, so let's all go watch Joel and maybe we won't be so baaaad.
Complete thread -- geez, here we go again.
Complete thread -- stork?
Complete thread -- agree some really bad ones (3) here, dictators don't always use exact terms in order
Complete thread -- peri maybe perineal (general area?)
Complete thread -- any mention of diabetes? glyburine may be glyburide? (make be checking lab level).
Complete thread -- no edema noted in the "peri" area, but chestwall diameter is bigger. sm tia
Complete thread -- yes, that was all I found, too, just needed to be sure
Complete thread -- agree torque=a twisting action nm
Complete thread -- torque?
Complete thread -- saying: torks test
Complete thread -- YES..
Complete thread -- Inapsine?
Complete thread -- it like - that's what I hear
Complete thread -- She indicates that like under the?
Complete thread -- drug name
Complete thread -- can you listen in and see where i am wrong
Complete thread -- some of you gals are relentless
Complete thread -- This is it..
Complete thread -- Labs
Complete thread -- If he said "chelator" I would give him "chelator"
Complete thread -- At least you tried.
Complete thread -- However, note googling wants to make it iron chelation therapy..I
Complete thread -- nice, except that's not what was dictated (and this question was already answered)
Complete thread -- i googled and googled and never got it
Complete thread -- Probably...
Complete thread -- TY
Complete thread -- ??iron chelator therapy??
Complete thread -- to confirm this (if you have any other labs to check) globulin+albumin=total protein
Complete thread -- Chelation
Complete thread -- right "-ularis" with surrounding edema (is waht I heard?) not orbicularis, but ends in
Complete thread -- Yes..
Complete thread --