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Complete thread -- that makes no sense whatsoever
Complete thread -- tree is okay
Complete thread -- I know I'm late, but... olive oil?
Complete thread -- :) ...
Complete thread -- I have had that happen many times when the wrong word gets stuck
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Thereupon the skin was closed...?
Complete thread -- is tree okay? ...
Complete thread -- The defect was closed with simple suture technique. ____ skin was clo ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. i was hearing "dermal". ...
Complete thread -- why do you have ** around tree?
Complete thread -- normal
Complete thread -- FINDINGS: Cholangiogram identified ____ filling of the biliary *tree* ...
Complete thread -- lumbar area and, in the sacroiliac joints,both sides, pain.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- 20 cm x2, 28, and 30 cm
Complete thread -- PROCEDURE PERFORMED: Colonoscopy with cold forceps polypectomy _____ 2 ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- or mucosal friability was
Complete thread -- anybody ...
Complete thread -- FINDINGS: Rectal irritation ____ identified in the rectal region. Re ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. sent for double check. ...
Complete thread -- sorry, I have no idea. You would need to ask whoever gave you those *standards* about
Complete thread -- one more thing please. the text within asterisk is what I wrote and r ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- link
Complete thread -- lidocaine?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. can it be "Xylocaine"? ...
Complete thread -- I can't get what that other medication is
Complete thread -- that, the injection is given using...via cannula and then removing it and the needle. ??
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction. ...
Complete thread -- compromised = complemented by the
Complete thread -- S1, S2, S3 both sides were compromised by the fluoroscope and then aft ...
Complete thread -- you type what you hear on that file and I will try to help you. I won't type
Complete thread -- consider it a blank and kindly tell me what is he saying pls. ...
Complete thread -- I am here but I don't have the time to figure out that formatting.
Complete thread -- anybody? ...
Complete thread -- following second para is also standard para and needs changing as per ...
Complete thread -- right before the blank he said Anesthesiologist heading. ...
Complete thread -- #7 refers to this standard paragraph. We are to replace _____ *A facet ...
Complete thread -- _____ *A facet block (As dictated)* was then performed of lumbar 4-5 b ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- block=blank
Complete thread -- ____herniated disc disease in the lumbar area and in the sacroiliac joints, both sides.
Complete thread -- did you wav file start right on your first block?
Complete thread -- performed: Epidural block and S1, S2, S3, both sides, nerve block
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. ___. 2. Sacroiliac joint both sides is i ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- according to dictionary.com, it is one word
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. one word? ...
Complete thread -- backside?
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Herniated disc disease and injury in the __ ...
Complete thread -- FODMAPs diet and all over, right now (meaning off that diet now).
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- I don't think FODMAP was the question? s/l*and all over right
Complete thread -- ? chorioamnionitis
Complete thread -- Patient had s/l eck-why-oh amnionitis with her first pregnancy. TIA!
Complete thread -- click link if needed for look-see
Complete thread -- FODMAP diet a way to reduce IBS symptoms.
Complete thread -- ok ..thank you, (cant clearly hear that way though)
Complete thread -- aloe vera?
Complete thread -- Recommended that she stay on the FODMAPs diet s/l*and all over right n ...
Complete thread -- colonic epiploica
Complete thread -- I think you got it lb!
Complete thread -- I hear 'collinear'. Thanks to both of you. Thanks for the comma after mm.
Complete thread -- we were as "collinear" as necessary ?? (what I heard, but not sure if that fits)
Complete thread -- we were as linear? as necessary, but with difficulty, ...comma after mm
Complete thread -- removal of hardware, femur
Complete thread -- see
Complete thread -- The patient’s very large colonic ?epiploici? was then further pexied
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I can't really tell if anything is said there or not between the background noise and her
Complete thread -- THANK YOU!
Complete thread -- Hewson
Complete thread -- I get hits for Gedda-Moberg incision
Complete thread -- We used a s/l** hue-son** tendon passer and passed the FCR tendon attached
Complete thread -- Sorry
Complete thread -- PLAN: ____ IV fluid, IV antibiotics, MRI of the liver, MRCP, and serial
Complete thread -- comma after right, or possibly the left,
Complete thread -- A Moberg **Getta** flap incision was made down along the radial border of the thumb
Complete thread -- Now I hear it!! I had to listen several times. Thank you soo much!
Complete thread -- small edits like that are ok.
Complete thread -- no *A*....Left-sided tibial plateau...
Complete thread -- I hear left-sided
Complete thread -- period after planned. After discussing... I have a doctor that does this too, drives me
Complete thread -- A "sided" tibial plateau abnormality was not noted, Sided correct?
Complete thread -- Is this sentence too long or ok as punctuated?
Complete thread -- #2 Fatigue, ...#3 -acute renal failure
Complete thread -- subtle? (without right or left in front of it, sided does not make sense (to me))
Complete thread -- these are such low volume - can you make them louder?
Complete thread -- a few ?s
Complete thread -- Lexapro is before hydralazine, but there is something else after Advil
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- more info
Complete thread -- Outpatient medications prior to the admission including Advil, _____, hydralazine, Lo
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- A sided tibial plateau abnormality was not noted. (A sided make sense?)
Complete thread -- The only other changes could be possibly
Complete thread -- extremely tired, dry mouth (not right now) elevation of lactate?
Complete thread -- ? shortness of breath - the only other changes for #2
Complete thread -- found the patient _____, was referred - past seven days, _____ possibly increasing
Complete thread -- elevation of _____, transaminitis, elevated bilirubin, acute renal failure, possible
Complete thread -- Another correction - positive median nerve compression test
Complete thread -- I'm glad I could help!
Complete thread -- I have so far. There are no sores, growths, tags, tumor or skin lesions...
Complete thread -- It was Heberden and Bouchard. Sounds like neither of those.
Complete thread -- Thanks both.
Complete thread -- Back when I worked for a rheumatoid specialist, there were nodes
Complete thread -- wow, learn something new every day. Notta nodule. Now I am wondering
Complete thread -- I can't hear that, but thanks.
Complete thread -- Eichoff
Complete thread -- appears to be Eichoff...see link
Complete thread -- I think correct spelling is Eichoff? I'm asking. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I also need to verify Eickhoff... Thanks
Complete thread -- I have a correction. I am editing this report as we speak, so
Complete thread -- WAG - excoriated???
Complete thread -- Hand specialist. "There is no s/l sorescrotdad, tumor or skin lesions present".
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I thought I heard it the second way, but suggested first way cuz it sounds more correctish
Complete thread -- I hear the 1st one, o.
Complete thread -- "disorganized in" or "disorganizing" thought process.
Complete thread -- poor hygiene. ______ and thought
Complete thread -- remote past, recent weight loss for the past month,
Complete thread -- Thank you!!
Complete thread -- he was dictating an intersection. Sounded like Southern and Bixby?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- finding it on google called a 45 degree Kerrison rongeur
Complete thread -- Foraminotomies were performed bilaterally with Micro 45 s/l*needle??* Kerrison.
Complete thread -- me too
Complete thread -- maybe he just means dilator, since synovial dilator is the name of the instrument
Complete thread -- Must be a rule where you work, but I've never seen ages spelled out.
Complete thread -- Failure to thrive.
Complete thread -- Preoperative Diagnosis: _____
Complete thread -- I favor relevant
Complete thread -- which is completely* irrelevant * secondary to her body size
Complete thread -- Thessaly
Complete thread -- s/l thesalese.....
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- #2 is just a stutter, presenting with... #3 necessitating (as below post)
Complete thread -- something ?admitting MD? has been reviewed. ? remote past with recent weight loss
Complete thread -- thank you for that link and your thoughts :)
Complete thread -- ahhh...I missed that in all those GI symptoms.
Complete thread -- maybe cardiac workup for the chest pain?
Complete thread -- hematocrit 40.2 ______.; presenting ______ with chest pain as;past month _____
Complete thread -- necessitating? (though cardiac does not make sense. )
Complete thread -- See this link which shows different descriptions of what
Complete thread -- over the past month _______ cardiac workup
Complete thread -- clarification pls
Complete thread -- From what I can see at this link...he may mean 'dilating' probe...because
Complete thread -- The synovial s/l*dela-tory* probe was used to scrape the undersurface of the transver
Complete thread -- That makes good sense. I was too focused on what he said to be of much help.
Complete thread -- might have found the street here: See link
Complete thread -- s/l he changed his mind to Synthroid after saying the thyroid 50 mcg
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Could that be thyroid 50 mcg?
Complete thread -- Where are you? There is a Dr. Gavilanes in Texas?
Complete thread -- Xalatan eye drops ______ mcg, Synthroid 50 mcg p.o. daily
Complete thread -- X-ray of the foot
Complete thread -- seen by Dr. _______ on pulmonary and _______ evaluation
Complete thread -- was unremarkable _____ the foot showed no evidence
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I think it should be "dilating the punctum IN the nasolacrimal." See link-soft/hard stops
Complete thread -- nasolacrimal system and several opening feedback *clicks* could be felt
Complete thread -- Pen-Vee K
Complete thread -- To minimize opportunistic infections, she is on __ and Bactrim. ...
Complete thread -- wav posted. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- something wrong with the very last sentence (it get?)
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. good night. ...
Complete thread -- causing *us* to not get an....freed, I was able...pin?
Complete thread -- This took several attempts to try to get it and in fact I exposed the ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- through the dermis,....was used to get down to the
Complete thread -- I think your retraction is traction
Complete thread -- A lateral approach to the fracture was then performed. Once ____ derm ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I could not get an adequate closed reduction.
Complete thread -- A C-arm was then brought in and a closed reduction was attempted. Des ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- over the proximal right arm
Complete thread -- got it. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- TOURNIQUET TIME: 59 minutes with a 24-inch tourniquet ____ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- which I am fairly sure covered ....passed a law that supports these women.
Complete thread -- The right breast is significantly larger and very ptotic and we will n ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot ...
Complete thread -- he said "205, so the cancer was in 2000, reconstruction in 205" (I would use 2005)
Complete thread -- She underwent a breast reconstruction ____. She had an expander put i ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- hit
Complete thread -- He was a restrained driver of a 2015 Mercedes Benz S class when he was ...
Complete thread -- I think I will use CT and not CD. ...
Complete thread -- if you hear CD, change it from reports to report
Complete thread -- it could, but "CD findings" is weird phrasing. Did the rest of the
Complete thread -- can it be CD instead of CT? MRI in CD? ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- MRI/CT findings and the typed reports
Complete thread -- My clinical observations and findings as well as the MRI ___ findings ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- sorry, too busy to research
Complete thread -- anxious, there were tremors...this was the Flexeril
Complete thread -- This morning, she realized she was very anxious ____ tremors of her ha ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Pls help me with the street name, now you know it is nea ...
Complete thread -- sore all over
Complete thread -- She felt ____ and worked that Saturday and Sunday at NuVista Living in ...
Complete thread -- I think it is not it. ...
Complete thread -- that is a state :)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Florida ...
Complete thread -- he is giving you street names (need to check the city), traveling East
Complete thread -- She was driver of her Jag vehicle and had stopped at the red light on ...
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. you certainly drew a diagram for me. haha ...
Complete thread -- the shunt area
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- in the abdominal wall....light drape (then spells light or lite)
Complete thread -- With the patient in a supine position under IV sedation, the shunt are ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- shuntogram?
Complete thread -- rustle
Complete thread -- anybody? ...
Complete thread -- rustle vs. wrestle TIA!
Complete thread -- Going to drop my daughter to school. It is raining here. ...
Complete thread -- POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Normal ____ . 2. Infected insertion si ...
Complete thread -- Four centimeters
Complete thread -- Second sentence starts with 4 cm - not sure what to do here? Four?
Complete thread -- Medication help...
Complete thread -- dictionary.com shows push-up to be hyphenated
Complete thread -- I thought he might mean clinging in the context of coalescing?
Complete thread -- push-up-type activities or pushup-type activities??
Complete thread -- Thanks! It's Mycolog!
Complete thread -- no idea how to type this, can only find 1,25 dihydroxy - see msg plse
Complete thread -- I guess of the 2, I can *see* clinging.
Complete thread -- agree - thanks for the input
Complete thread -- I think that's it. Thank you!
Complete thread -- sorry, neither makes sense (to me)
Complete thread -- Thanks, poi. I hear it now.
Complete thread -- I got the part after 'gas'...was hooked to the Veress needle.
Complete thread -- The CO2 gas was hooked to the
Complete thread -- laparoscopic tubal
Complete thread -- on the link, about halfway down the page. It is a book so I
Complete thread -- Thanks, poi. I am struggling with this new resident. Thanks again.
Complete thread -- s/l clean or clinging sm plse
Complete thread -- that seems to be verifiable
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- No mention of ultrasound at all. It sounds to be like "2 clips or 2 clicks??"
Complete thread -- good point lb...The way it was in the message threw me.
Complete thread -- WAG - After duplex, the hanging...? (any other mention of ultrasound?)
Complete thread -- looks to me like the doctor was just rewording, maybe gently, and the isthmic...?
Complete thread -- I would, yes
Complete thread -- Mycolog ?
Complete thread -- not sure, but I think it is "abdominal cavity after ____."
Complete thread -- I can't think of anything. Link to a list you can check
Complete thread -- Tubal ligation (again)
Complete thread -- I thought I heard 'Betadine' but was not quite sure. Thanks, poi.
Complete thread -- Betadine
Complete thread -- Pt with rash in groin area - using cream s/l "my-coh-lup" cream?
Complete thread -- Tubal ligation. Thank you.
Complete thread -- high-grade, partial-thickness tearing - is hyphen needed here?
Complete thread -- Tubal ligaton.
Complete thread -- I find seromuscular but not your serofascial...I'd have flagged it too.
Complete thread -- sending with blank, but if anyone would like to comment, I would appreciate it :)
Complete thread -- forgot to mention this is a colectomy with diverting colostomy
Complete thread -- doc is saying sero-fascial sutures ??
Complete thread -- many thanks ...
Complete thread -- many thanks ...
Complete thread -- SureClose II™ Tissue Adhesive by Medical Solutions Int'l.
Complete thread -- see link - not sure how you looked it up.
Complete thread -- Sureclose glue
Complete thread -- Sounds as though doc is dictating two different signs, or stumbling, and just not sure. nm
Complete thread -- If yes, then why are you flagging?
Complete thread -- yes, thanks! stumbling and saying "gal-e-ept" Galeazzi sign? Flagging. nm
Complete thread -- Galeazzi sign?
Complete thread -- hip exam on 2-month-old. Negative "galley-ep goon-al-is" sign. TIA nm
Complete thread -- It was a great one! I couldn't come up with anything for kwhys-tess. haha
Complete thread -- Fluff to poi...Re: Coincidence from yesterday. Thanks! I finally got one!!!
Complete thread -- That is it!!!!! Thanks so much!!!
Complete thread -- Venodynes (boots) comes to mind, but not your s/l.
Complete thread -- I hear somehow too - and I have an ESL that says that too, instead of somewhat.
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- Anesthesia administered and *veni-vents* placed.
Complete thread -- For the archives..NOTE that Coblation is also a trademarked term and I
Complete thread -- fluff to O
Complete thread -- ? because you can't hear "somehow" or because it is a poor word choice?
Complete thread -- I thought about that, but there was such a long pause before deafness, and "acquired" can
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- link - also relates to other things
Complete thread -- Cochrane? (seems to be just related to ovarian cancer and IVF)
Complete thread -- It was not in my book, but I saved the report. Will know it for next time.
Complete thread -- That was it. I tried a search with Sinning which is what it really sounded like.
Complete thread -- here is an updated sl*Cockner* review that states that there is no increased risk for
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- I think acquired deafnesss makes good sense, as opposed to congenital
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks nm7
Complete thread -- rugation - yeah, poi beat me to it.
Complete thread -- vaginal rugation?
Complete thread -- agree w/"somehow" - but I think it is a case of ESL confusion and he means "somewhat"
Complete thread -- *chuckle*
Complete thread -- Vagina:Normal vaginal *rule-ation* with no discharge. Cervix:No cervical motion tende
Complete thread -- I think first word is 'acquired' (goes w/osteoporosis) and then deafness?
Complete thread -- is somehow? (unknown cause of inability to communicate?)
Complete thread -- patient is awake, mumbles, ______ noncommunicative
Complete thread -- was just trying to tell you to take my grammar suggestions "with a grain of salt"
Complete thread -- osteoporosis, ______, history of hepatitis
Complete thread -- I was just thinking the bulldogs were not standing up and barking.
Complete thread -- found "Senning" bulldog clamp suited for use in cardiothoracic surgical procedures
Complete thread -- Sent the report on. Was just interested for next time.
Complete thread -- blank sounds like sitting. Cannot verify. Any other ideas?
Complete thread -- True, but then the doc specifies that.
Complete thread -- CABG is not done in the cath lab. Ever.
Complete thread -- Agree. If the pt went on to CABG, the significant disease after PTCA makes sense.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- what you say, grammar, all pretty bad nonsense stuff
Complete thread -- You're right. Should be was. (I copied and pasted and didn't catch that.)
Complete thread -- Rollator?
Complete thread -- rolling wheel or something like that?
Complete thread -- Smit - No H
Complete thread -- SP L4-5 fusion- some kind of walker s/l radiator
Complete thread -- She pronounces it infiltriitt (infiltrate). Just like nails on the chalkboard
Complete thread -- yeah - me too.
Complete thread -- anteriorly not inferiorly is what I hear.
Complete thread -- Deaver retractor
Complete thread -- and a small _____ inferiorly and the radiation
Complete thread -- I think is is Smith sleeve.
Complete thread -- and a *Smith slate* was noted to be attached to the cervix
Complete thread -- sorry
Complete thread -- ArthroCare ENT Coblator® II Surgery System
Complete thread -- turbinate *coblater*. The turbinate *coblater* was first
Complete thread -- thanks for trying
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I tried, can't get it at all. sorry!
Complete thread -- TCC-like (transitional cell carcinoma) he stutters over it pretty good though.
Complete thread -- adding mp3
Complete thread -- and soft tissue ______. The patient was
Complete thread -- wonder if the patient had TVT (tension-free vaginal tape) sling procedure done prior?
Complete thread -- obviously appear to be *T B T C C* like just above the right ureteral orifice
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Medtronic Fusion™ ENT navigation system
Complete thread -- draped in the usual sterile fashion *on fusion machine* and calibrated
Complete thread -- run of VT (ventricular tachycardia)
Complete thread -- main complaint back hurts
Complete thread -- She has bipolar disease and a baseline dementia. I do not know if thi ...
Complete thread -- Her __today sitting in a wheelchair is that ___. After getting up an ...
Complete thread -- #1left shoulder #2 anchor #3 was some degeneration of the anteri ...
Complete thread -- My stars! Thanks God you did not tell me to go jump in a lake. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- ____ arthroscopy was performed and glenohumeral joint was normal. The ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- and maybe hopefully to even obtain about 5 degrees of hyperextension
Complete thread -- This patient still had some difficulties obtaining full extension and ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- no signifcant pathology noted about the
Complete thread -- There was no significant patella ____ meniscus nor her ACL ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- ya sure. will do it. :-) ...
Complete thread -- a very angry knee. sitting somewhat laterally
Complete thread -- Evaluation of the joint revealed a significant amount of scar tissue _ ...
Complete thread -- for the record, I am not the best person to assist you with grammar (Q is),
Complete thread -- you should put guy or guygolden in the name field. We
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- correction. The last blank is "but after performing this procedure,"
Complete thread -- my suggestion sm
Complete thread -- link to wav posted. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Also, kindly check if the sentence structure is ok. I am ...
Complete thread -- what I would consider ...actually slight bounce...(wav too long)
Complete thread -- The manipulation under anesthesia was performed. With gradual and gen ...
Complete thread -- Wonder if it was amphotericin...see link
Complete thread -- Flagging and moving on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I would use packaged salads
Complete thread -- package
Complete thread -- Her vegetables are broccoli, cauliflower, kale, spinach, cabbage, zucc ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- topical s/l in-flow-peer-uh-sin. TIA!
Complete thread -- I think you nailed it, poi.
Complete thread -- to maintain oxygenation
Complete thread -- such a victim.
Complete thread -- Good information, you should have claimed this. G'nite Darlene
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I hear something like "to begin oxygenation"
Complete thread -- Postoperatively, the patient did exhibit hypoxia on room air necessita ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- food still present.... in a fasting state
Complete thread -- As you have posted before here, "must be my OCD" You have a hang up and
Complete thread -- No active bleeding was noted anywhere in the upper endoscopy. There w ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- The duodendum identified. punctate? No active bleeding.
Complete thread -- I would be very happy to avoid you (if I, and everyone else, knew it was you)
Complete thread -- Heard of Angiosculpt? good night poi
Complete thread -- No obvious ulcerations of the stomach were encountered. ____ identifi ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- gastritis of the stomach in the antral region
Complete thread -- You don't seem to SEE, you are the one continuing this, why don't YOU stop
Complete thread -- Thanks. #2 blank? ...
Complete thread -- guaiac
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Positive ____ and epigastric pain. POST ...
Complete thread -- more than one type of balloon, example scoring balloon removes plaque, sm
Complete thread -- OMG Darlene, where are you going with this?? Why don't you stop!
Complete thread -- "chuckle" now how good is that on getting sound alike, dang good oasis
Complete thread -- more than 1 type of CABG, Many cardiac procedures done in cath lab, sm
Complete thread -- correction - balloon *does not* shave.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Reflux
Complete thread -- Which would be called rotablation or rotational atherectomy, not balloon
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: ____. POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Hiatal h ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Please see accompanying path report
Complete thread -- that is one type, also balloon that shaves off plaque & removes
Complete thread -- Colon polyp was identified at approximately 60 cm. ____ ...
Complete thread -- Pt w/diplopia and headaches. Neuro exam. Please sm/
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- tattooed with submucosal injection of Spot marking agent for
Complete thread -- FINDINGS: A small polyp was identified at 25 cm and removed with cold ...
Complete thread -- "all confined to be LAD" does not sound quite right....Wonder
Complete thread -- Believe that is it. Thanks EVERYONE for the input.
Complete thread -- great suggestion Oasis!
Complete thread -- coincidence
Complete thread -- good point and makes sense in this context.
Complete thread -- disregard fairly, he already said the pt was asymptomatic. Totally would fit though.
Complete thread -- I am having trouble with your s/l. Is that a Q sound with the *kwhy*
Complete thread -- fairly? totally?
Complete thread -- Sounds like he is saying tally asymptomatic
Complete thread -- Tally asymptomatic
Complete thread -- balloon angioplasty does not *clean out* anything, it just squashes it.
Complete thread -- oh thank you for answering my was/were question O. I know I am
Complete thread -- oh, the wav and MP3 are still there and it is the same dictator so
Complete thread -- also could be a s/l kwhys-tess since the patient does have risk factors. TIA!
Complete thread -- You're right poi - it should be "was" but was probably dictated wrong...
Complete thread -- wowie, just heard on TV, basketball player went to sleep w/gum, aspirated it & died
Complete thread -- they don't do CABG in the cath lab. I was just saying
Complete thread -- glad you got "IT" they should be "something" for dictating like that
Complete thread -- ohh, I don't know if 2 dif.posts were connected, Guess U should post within that thread
Complete thread -- I didn't misread...the post *above* this one (not part of this one)
Complete thread -- I think you misread poi. No mention of CABG, however, one would think sm
Complete thread -- forgot, also checking for bleeding risk
Complete thread -- where is that, state, all pretty bad drug stuff
Complete thread -- any mention of possible upcoming cardiac surgery as checking out stroke risk (CHAD & coag
Complete thread -- just curious, why wouldn't it be angioplasty was (not were)?
Complete thread -- good job on that sentence, sm.7! OP's way didn't make sense and you solved it nicely.
Complete thread -- swab (for culture) urine test sent
Complete thread -- I bet that's it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- ? drooping
Complete thread -- ROS Neuro: Neurologic: Right-sided eye s/l gripping. TIA!
Complete thread -- please disregard
Complete thread -- Pt off O2 since "dex and epi nebs" in the ER. dexamethasone & epinephrine nebulizer??
Complete thread -- I had a feeling it was serum, but also did not know of what. The pati ...
Complete thread -- sorry, all i can think of is urine or serum (of what I have no idea).
Complete thread -- urology
Complete thread -- I think the sentence goes more like this...
Complete thread -- Does not sound close to that, but thank you. /nm
Complete thread -- That's what I hear, too.
Complete thread -- Can you hear Padua score?
Complete thread -- I live in the heroin capital of the world, so I hear it all the time.
Complete thread -- Thank you so much. It might be it, but not clear enough to be sure/sm
Complete thread -- How did I miss that ----- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- not too close to your s/l, but I found a "HAS-BLED" score that fits the context.
Complete thread -- Cardio consult. Pt has CHADS score of 2 and (s/l) Tedva score of 3. /sm
Complete thread -- negative for significant occlusion
Complete thread -- IVDA= IV drug abuse (i.e., intravenous drug abuse)
Complete thread -- "...graft, and I explained the risks, benefits, and limitations of the procedure..."
Complete thread -- DX: Chronic substance abuse of methamphetamine and ?**IVDA (or IDDA)?
Complete thread -- might rewind on this sentence just to be sure sm
Complete thread -- significant "luminal" occlusion. Wait for another ear to listen.
Complete thread -- bypass graft " as to the" #2 " can't get this one", but, this is a "routine" look
Complete thread -- Thanks so much!
Complete thread -- bypass graft. _____ risks, benefits _____ of the procedure as well as the
Complete thread -- Carotid Dopplers were negative for _______ occlusion
Complete thread -- Critic-Aid ® Clear (antifungal)
Complete thread -- image intensifier (II)
Complete thread -- How to I type this? Angiogram report. Dr. dictates (SM)
Complete thread -- Florastor? (probiotic)
Complete thread -- corrected citric aid - flagging blank
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ned=neb
Complete thread -- thank you all sooooooo much!!!
Complete thread -- He is talking about the left side, liver is on right. "on the left side in the___ area"
Complete thread -- med s/l fluresta one
Complete thread -- WAG ??crural area??
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- pleural area?
Complete thread -- Also, might be a dictatorthat English is not 1st language and thus
Complete thread -- Rural might just be dictator "word" for open area, i.e. bare.
Complete thread -- I heard rural but(??no idea what it means) maybe"bare area"
Complete thread -- rural?
Complete thread -- please any guesses?????
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- next to the bile duct and on the left side in the___ area adjacent to the diaphragm.
Complete thread -- thank you both!!!
Complete thread -- need to make plural conjunctivae, sclerae and maculae (examined both eye)
Complete thread -- irides
Complete thread -- and quiet in each eye. His *iridies* were normal
Complete thread -- IBD advice line?
Complete thread -- Thanks, O!
Complete thread -- something advice line?
Complete thread -- right systolic ventricular pressure, also called right ventricular systolic pressure-RVSP
Complete thread -- In list of diagnoses: "Mild elevation of s/l RSVP at 35 mmhg."
Complete thread -- He has the details of our _____ to organize this.
Complete thread -- I think I hear "was a red rim on the ______"
Complete thread -- fluff to nm.7
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- a red?
Complete thread -- distal esophagus with *arid spot*. No active bleeding was seen
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I *might* hear "bright pattern" in there - but not sure and can't get the first words
Complete thread -- #1 - dropped #2 - (is) in shape? (i.e., stable enough for workup)
Complete thread -- I would have, Q, but we don't have the plural you in English
Complete thread -- Coumadin and ______ her blood AND would be if she _____ and will benefit from a GI
Complete thread -- though there was a red ____ in the examining room perhaps
Complete thread -- spitting sutures is actually correct - it means they are extruding, pushing to the surface
Complete thread -- bigger link for colleges in Mass, not just Boston area
Complete thread -- Can't find anything like that, but see link for list of Boston colleges
Complete thread -- My physical examination today reveals that her midface and jaw line lo ...
Complete thread -- s/l relarkin college in boston
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- #1 using a screwdriver, the 2 syndesmotic screws?
Complete thread -- #2 stable. We did a stress view...very stable at the syndesmosis
Complete thread -- We then irrigated with bacitracin as well as normal saline and then ex ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Thanks for correction. ...
Complete thread -- should spitting be splitting? include THIS suture...just at the area where the
Complete thread -- Of note, she did have some issues where she was spitting the Vicryl su ...
Complete thread -- I would edit before to because...he stumbles around quite a bit
Complete thread -- Also s/b 6- to 7-week history (the 6 needs a hyphen too).
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot ladies. ...
Complete thread -- I think I hear for #2 this week, but before her screws....(NOTE: The
Complete thread -- #1 had been compliant #2 this week, but before her screws
Complete thread -- #1 had been compliant
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- The patient is a 24-year-old female with approximately 6 to 7-week his ...
Complete thread -- This was answered in thread higher up the page.
Complete thread -- gosh, now I don't like the comma placement. Move the comma afer bit to after impinging
Complete thread -- my take sm
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- the knee through range of motion
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. rest of the sentence ok? ...
Complete thread -- the knee into range of motion
Complete thread -- Okay.
Complete thread -- Including the intermeniscal ligament, we then debrided the root of the ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- #1 and a biter. #2. meniscus. It had a fold and got caught here?
Complete thread -- if you can, I would move that to after rehabilitation...
Complete thread -- This was debrided down to a stable rim using combination of shavers an ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- as well as all restrictions?
Complete thread -- I explained to her the risks and benefits of rehabilitation. Appropria ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- but a little tight during flexion and full extension.
Complete thread -- The patient was taken to operating theater and placed under general en ...
Complete thread -- I explained to her the risks and benefits of rehabilitation. Appropri ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- your link I think shows there is a tie in somehow, we as MTs will never hear it all, the
Complete thread -- will commence Neilmed....a day?
Complete thread -- okay, well 2 conflicting examples from BOS. I guess we will have to agree to disagree
Complete thread -- He will start the gelatin sprays starting today to be done hourly whil ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- In BoS 3, page 167 one of their personification examples is
Complete thread -- one large confluent space. This area is at risk for recurrent. . .
Complete thread -- These mucoid spaces were connected with one another creating 1 large c ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot poi. ...
Complete thread -- I can't hear chamber at all, but better you trust your ears than mine.
Complete thread -- oh... *no moniker* (above) got it first haha
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. That's it! ...
Complete thread -- got it! "Pott's puffy tumor" is a non-neoplastic complication of acute sinusitis
Complete thread -- Pott's puffy tumor ?
Complete thread -- yeah, sorry..no help. Thanks for posting.
Complete thread -- i am hearing "recurrent ___ *chamber*" ...
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: 1. Frontal sinusitis. 2. Ethmoid sinusitis. ...
Complete thread -- recurrent (blank) tumor
Complete thread -- did the pt have polyps?
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort. ...
Complete thread -- I have no idea.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. what is blank #2? Risks of recurrent mucocele for ...
Complete thread -- pt is a male. ...
Complete thread -- he were to have further complications with recurrent (is pt he or she?)
Complete thread -- I am just using the example of you wouldn't say *the Dr. X"
Complete thread -- #1 approach...have further complications (not her)
Complete thread -- Risks of recurrent mucocele formation and acute frontal sinusitis were ...
Complete thread -- I agree, if he didn't say *the*, but he did.
Complete thread -- I like yours better, I was hearing suggestively (which made no sense)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot ladies. ...
Complete thread -- #1 __________ cooled off?
Complete thread -- I *think* I hear for #1 "has been successfully cooled off" ...but
Complete thread -- #2 pneumatized frontal bone?
Complete thread -- Since they said in the post "treated by" that sounded like
Complete thread -- complete opacification of the entire frontal bone as well as concomita ...
Complete thread -- disconnected=left without from any other meds =(anti-anxiety med Ativan)
Complete thread -- Poi gave it to you above.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- swelling in the mid forehead
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Jacques Gaudet
Complete thread -- #2 a colleague Jack ______
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. any idea about #2 blank? ...
Complete thread -- #1 swelling on the forehead?
Complete thread -- example on page 440 of bos2 show no caps to "the...service"
Complete thread -- #3 I think I hear "Thibodaux area"
Complete thread -- The patient had done well until this past fall when he presented with ...
Complete thread -- To rp: falls under the rules of verb conjugation. Checkout verbix.com website.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot ladies. ...
Complete thread -- Possibly "at Earl K Long" ....see link
Complete thread -- oral maxillofacial service at Earl K Long
Complete thread -- Oral Maxillofacial Service at ...(where is patient located?)
Complete thread -- He was originally stabilized and treated by the ____ and actually unde ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort. ...
Complete thread -- sorry, too muffled for me
Complete thread -- Excision of infectious lesion anterior skull base/anterior cranial fos ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot ...
Complete thread -- *a* complex and agree with telescopic fracture
Complete thread -- I think he is saying telescopic fracture
Complete thread -- History of complex facial fracture including nasoorbitoethmoid _____ f ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for help.
Complete thread -- agree with Q
Complete thread -- I would use the comma. JMO
Complete thread -- You might also want to mention You (plural) demonstrate following 'we'
Complete thread -- yeah, like the expression "workweek."
Complete thread -- compartment, early or compartment early?
Complete thread -- or, relisten for "with repolarization abnormality is noted."
Complete thread -- I demonstrate is singular, however. It's a matter of how the verb is conjugated.
Complete thread -- lung mass
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- what's the reason for bronchoscopy?
Complete thread -- pseudomonas and klebsiella
Complete thread -- bronchoscopy results - mp3 posted
Complete thread -- Ah very good:)
Complete thread -- not sure it is a rule but sm - x-rays demonstrate
Complete thread -- Is there a rule for demonstrate or demonstrates?
Complete thread -- demonstrate (no "s")
Complete thread -- Is this sentence grammatically correct?
Complete thread -- See comma comment in thread above this one.
Complete thread -- I *believe* there s/b a comma after 'anemia' because
Complete thread -- "is" ....The subject noun is 'hypertrophy' ...The word, 'abnormalities' is the
Complete thread -- grammar
Complete thread -- Maybe he meant like "workday week."
Complete thread -- seems like something is missing - like there needs to be a number
Complete thread -- Yea, it is said in an awkward way.
Complete thread -- sorry, I am trying to figure out what a workday week is..but dictionary.com
Complete thread -- He is the only dictator that uses the word 'invaginate,' that's true. I too thought me may
Complete thread -- workday weeks or work day weeks??
Complete thread -- I agree. I thought he might have been trying to say *invaginate* but
Complete thread -- yea, i think he stumbled over it, but said evaluate
Complete thread -- is he mispronouncing "evaluate" (evagilate)?
Complete thread -- Attention was then turned to the ACL which was resected to ____ the in ...
Complete thread -- good point... I don't usually put a comma when the dx is given as ESBL E. coli...
Complete thread -- i'm also not so sure I'd put a comma after ESBL either since it is usually said as ESBL E.
Complete thread -- also: he is unable to breathE ... to breathE better (not 'breath')
Complete thread -- wondering, what could this mean? (SM)
Complete thread -- all these medical histories or all this medical history?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- ok
Complete thread -- yeah - what poi said...
Complete thread -- CRI=Chronic Renal Insufficiency (could he have said the acronym and
Complete thread -- hyperlipidemia, *C R I*, chronic renal insufficiency, anemia status post packed cells
Complete thread -- ^yes^ - no comma is needed after '10 to the fifth'
Complete thread -- can you hear "PRBCs" (packed red blood cells) (i.e., PRBC transfusion)
Complete thread -- s/l P R B S C
Complete thread -- THANKS MUCH! :)
Complete thread -- ex=exploratory (a.k.a. ex-lap, exploratory laparotomy)
Complete thread -- ex lap - exploratory laparotomy
Complete thread -- See if U can hear AICD .
Complete thread -- A 75-year-old male with extensive medical issues, mainly *ex-*laparotomy for ileocece
Complete thread -- See message please. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I'd write 10 to the fifth and no comma since it is describing how many colonies of ESBL
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- 10 with a superscripted 5, but most can't do it that way, so your way is okay OR 100,000.
Complete thread -- urine Urine from 01/13, *10 to the fifth*, ESBL, E. coli. On 01/12, *10 to the fift
Complete thread -- s/l an M-U or an N-U plse see msg for context
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- I found ASU Ambulatory Surgery Unit
Complete thread -- s/l A S unit
Complete thread -- thanks for the link - amazing what our bodies grow!
Complete thread -- s/l trek balentie deformity
Complete thread -- Apparently it is possible. see link...(such as per Amy Rosenman, M.D. hit)
Complete thread -- must be right (11 cm) as he now mentions 14-week size swelling on abdomen
Complete thread -- 11 cm ovarian cyst (just wondering if that seems unusually large and meant mm?)
Complete thread -- Thanks. I think so too. Just reaching. I usually can find this
Complete thread -- What you found there is someone's mnemonic device for
Complete thread -- That's a given! Anyway... Just food for thought. I am still blanking.
Complete thread -- you're crazy
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Regarding Sally sign - Please
Complete thread -- I would think he might be saying 1 g in 50 mL ...I'll go look
Complete thread -- And in answer to your thought about "something about the
Complete thread -- how to write - this is what he says: ceftriaxone 1 g and 50 mL IV
Complete thread -- I have to blank this. Thanks for the help.
Complete thread -- I thought of that. He is saying just plain old sally... Thank you though.
Complete thread -- Point well taken.
Complete thread -- mebbe saying/spelling acroynm "SAI" or "SAIS" sign? (subacromial impingement syndrome)
Complete thread -- What a good link!
Complete thread -- This is very comprehensive. If it's not here, I probably won't find it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- duh,
Complete thread -- Nevermind...I now see your post to poi.
Complete thread -- Wonder if it is sulcus sign...see link
Complete thread -- see link, maybe something will ring a bell. all I can think is sulcus sign.
Complete thread -- Thanks. I searched all the usual. This is clear. Sally.
Complete thread -- other than that.... Thanks - I still need help with the s/l
Complete thread -- sulcus sign? link for other possibilities
Complete thread -- Hawkins’s ?
Complete thread -- evasive.
Complete thread -- The patient’s answers are vague and *vasive* but never to the point.
Complete thread -- the whole sentence really needs recasting...
Complete thread -- Positive s/l sally sign
Complete thread -- Your point is thought-provoking....leaving me feeling more
Complete thread -- right, no spellcheck on this page. :)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- agree with belly, and I hear "at least when they examined him..."
Complete thread -- belly was benign?
Complete thread -- That's it. Thanks.
Complete thread -- he was afebrile _______ was benign
Complete thread -- perilymph
Complete thread -- perilymphatic fistula?
Complete thread -- Don't think so - it seems to be related to the Meniere's.
Complete thread -- except probably only the large one 'was' removed piecemeal
Complete thread -- perianal?
Complete thread -- s/l purulent fistula
Complete thread -- Note: Sometimes small bowel needs hyphenation, sometimes it does not...In
Complete thread -- I'm too late, but s/b 8 weeks' gestation per BoS 2, page 28 (see link)
Complete thread -- Though too late, note it s/b "were removed" (not was removed) as there
Complete thread -- I can't really agree obliquing makes sense. I can only say I've NEVER heard
Complete thread -- yeah thanks for sharing, I listened at least 10 times
Complete thread -- makes sense oblique/obliquing = slanted or angled bed of etc
Complete thread -- per Merriam Webster's either is correct ...see link
Complete thread -- traveled or travelled
Complete thread -- always resorting to personal put downs - you don't need a moniker, it's obvious
Complete thread -- Got it, subcutaneous. He is tired, I'm tired. nm
Complete thread -- Closure of metatarsal cuneiform subluxation, 3-0 Vicryl on s/l segutating structures.
Complete thread -- s/l obliquing bed of granulation tissue...see inside for more info
Complete thread -- i hear 'stunting of the'
Complete thread -- I listened, heard stunting
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- . No _____ rectovaginal septum
Complete thread -- got it: The ileocecal valve was normal
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- but it's generic, so no cap on amlodipine
Complete thread -- typo Amlodipine
Complete thread -- can't listen wav already gone
Complete thread -- you need some serious help kiddo, take care of your problem
Complete thread -- If had surgery or birth defect, possible to have stunting (shortening)
Complete thread -- i can't get it either.
Complete thread -- Sorry, this is wav file. I could not get the blank
Complete thread -- Wrong MP3 file playing
Complete thread -- ? Theomax Theomax widens air passages in lungs to make breathing easier
Complete thread -- Preparation was fair. _____ normal
Complete thread -- What was recommended for me one time was to put the spelling in "thordax." With my
Complete thread -- No _____ rectovaginal septum
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- posted again
Complete thread -- a linear echo is
Complete thread -- linear echo
Complete thread -- rx list and doc spells s/l Thordax, albuterol inhaler. PMH is for
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- still hear old mp3?
Complete thread -- 1st he says "lopadine" but wonder if he means amlodapine? hope you flagged it.
Complete thread -- Following the procedure, a ______ visualized in the uterine cavity confirming an
Complete thread -- 2nd one is allergy pills.
Complete thread -- not sure but weeks' size (if you go by BOS)
Complete thread -- also, listen above for ileostomy was reversed (instead of revoked)
Complete thread -- not sure but it is peritoneum and ...
Complete thread -- adnexal masses. No *stunting of the* rectovaginal septum
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- diarrhea _____ due to carcinomatosis involvement of the peritoneal _____ intestine
Complete thread -- iodinated contrast dye
Complete thread -- List of allergies -
Complete thread -- a wine cooler
Complete thread -- Medications – ____ for blood pressure and ____ ...
Complete thread -- anyone? ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort. i wrote mL. ...
Complete thread -- She drinks a ____ 1 to 2 times a week. She drinks margarita or wine a ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- snow peas
Complete thread -- that should be mL...when presented with a wav I try to give what I hear
Complete thread -- Vegetables are greens, broccoli, ____, carrots, cucumbers, tomatoes, a ...
Complete thread -- researching...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- A Lipoderm Plus shot, 2 cc in the RUOQ IM in the buttocks
Complete thread -- 4. A list of weight loss programs including medical, hormonal, natura ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot ...
Complete thread -- that does have a weird distorted sound so not sure
Complete thread -- Red Bull? red wine 1 glass
Complete thread -- She drinks a Diet Coke 1 times a month. She drinks ____ red wine glas ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Goodnight and thanks. ...
Complete thread -- tangelos
Complete thread -- Her fruits are apples, ____, grapes ...
Complete thread -- Goodnight, all!
Complete thread -- Thanks for the info, but it never "landed" for me...that's worse than medical jargon ;)
Complete thread -- haha..not like I understand what that means anyway!
Complete thread -- Obama is coming to India on our Republic Day. :-) ...
Complete thread -- here's the secret formula.
Complete thread -- not sure, but it could get faster if I paid more. Whatever I have is fast
Complete thread -- I am using 8 MBps speed. slow speed. I think in India people like Amba ...
Complete thread -- BTW mine is WiFi thru a cable company (not hardwired)
Complete thread -- satellite connection sounds cool. what speed? ...
Complete thread -- When I googled I found I had oidkec for all of 2014, though
Complete thread -- hmmm..you have had that one since the 8th (or longer), so not changing all the time.
Complete thread -- what kind of internet do you have? I think people with cable
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- This is just a test to see what "name" the computer is going to give me.
Complete thread -- I just posted it below.
Complete thread -- I think it s/b malar, temporal, nasolabial fold, circumaoral area...JMO
Complete thread -- need coma help Q pls. ...
Complete thread -- VERY INTERESTING...apparently I am now fndpia !...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. "the malar temporal, nasolabial fold circumoral area ...
Complete thread -- I think I hear "malar temporal nasolabial fold circumoral"
Complete thread -- temporal, nasolabial fold
Complete thread -- injected through a ....temporal
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- This was injected to a small blunt cannula in the malar ____ circumora ...
Complete thread -- Thanks poi. I hoped U were still around.
Complete thread -- last one - skin out of the upper... completely across (not completely crossed)
Complete thread -- i am hearing "Temporal facelift, fat injection to the face and ski ...
Complete thread -- For 2nd blank, because of diagnoses, it s/l he's doing a
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot ladies. ...
Complete thread -- Also end of sentence s/l completely across (not crossed).
Complete thread -- I think I hear "mandible and circumoral area" ...
Complete thread -- perhaps "with caution"?
Complete thread -- mandible
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Rhytides of the face, significant loss of fat ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- it sounds like "crossing" but doesn't make sense (to me)
Complete thread -- electrocautery _____ . When the skin was...
Complete thread -- I checked BOS2 and they also use quotes - page 399
Complete thread -- Hemostasis was obtained with electrocautery ____ skin was elevated and ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- from the definitions I would think superfoods or superfood ...just as
Complete thread -- Oops...here's the link
Complete thread -- in pleural also one word with an S? ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot Q. ...
Complete thread -- Cambridge (American English) shows it as one word ...see link
Complete thread -- I this reference to Power Pantry wherein it states it has not yet
Complete thread -- it is in running per client's specifications. Thanks for the info. ...
Complete thread -- You might need to place quotes around the article names. see link
Complete thread -- I think I hear "power pantry superfoods" but not sure if the
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- power pantry super foods.
Complete thread -- Articles on sugar overload, world’s healthiest diet, ____. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks Q :)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I could not find an active trademark and it is the name of a
Complete thread -- Good catch on the cap issue, poi!
Complete thread -- is either
Complete thread -- You have to click on the "more details" on the right side
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot Q. ...
Complete thread -- No tea or fruit juice. Her breakfast ____ leftovers or hot dog and eg ...
Complete thread -- The link I provided above shows it is a plant and not capped.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot ...
Complete thread -- yes, you are correct. No sure about the cap on Stevia, I am researching
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- first part is "Her coffee is with Stevia and ______ non-dairy" see link ..still working
Complete thread -- and
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. with Stevia *and powdered* non-dairy creamer also? ...
Complete thread -- with Stevia
Complete thread -- She drinks 4 bottles of water daily. Her coffee is ____ non-dairy cre ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- bok choy
Complete thread -- Her vegetables are mushrooms, carrots, lettuce, tomatoes, ____, spinac ...
Complete thread -- actually you didn't have a "guess." You posted a link to a
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- serotonin
Complete thread -- she adds raisins to it.
Complete thread -- 4. ____ syndrome information given. ...
Complete thread -- She drinks beer or a shot to 1 times a month. Her breakfast is Uncle ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- If she is at a party. The blank is cognac.
Complete thread -- She drinks no coffee, tea, soda, or fruit juice. If she go to party, ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- calisthenics
Complete thread -- anyone? ...
Complete thread -- She lost 8.6 pounds in 2 months. She exercised by running and doing _ ...
Complete thread -- my guess link posted on oxygen protocol B/cause is what OP posted
Complete thread -- But perhaps the word before 'cut' is not 'clamped' because I can't find any other report
Complete thread -- No. I don't hear that. Either the missing word is the name of the clamp or he says
Complete thread -- Port site trochar ???
Complete thread -- I hear now: muscle. ______, clamped, and cut the great auricular nerve.
Complete thread -- U ca
Complete thread -- Paroidectomy with facial nerve dissection
Complete thread -- I'ma go on a limb & say sleep study (IMO) doesn't fit because they try & do those as an
Complete thread -- Could it be discrete study?
Complete thread -- like, too
Complete thread -- like
Complete thread -- please keep the word board a pleasant place to visit for all of us.
Complete thread -- OP said it was NOT "sleep" - so it doesn't matter what you "kinda feel"
Complete thread -- You mean you can't open PDF?
Complete thread -- strip study (EKG)?
Complete thread -- LINK, click open, I can't open PFT files. Or, post wav so helpers can give a listen sm
Complete thread -- What's the diagnosis? What's the specialty?
Complete thread -- Thanks nm.7 - thought of that too and will probably use commas next time.
Complete thread -- This ESL says this all the time and I cannot find it!!
Complete thread -- I favor: Cough that is productive, when she lies down, from the drainage.
Complete thread -- Thanks. It makes more sense than mine did.
Complete thread -- which is the standard dose
Complete thread -- oops - and 30 of Toradol
Complete thread -- no, I hear
Complete thread -- Are you sure it isn't Reglan IV period. Toradol with moderate
Complete thread -- 10 of Reglan IV, and 30 of Toradol with moderate relief of pain.
Complete thread -- Sorry - Wav file.
Complete thread -- is given a liter of normal saline, 10 _Reglan?___IV. Toradol with ____ ...
Complete thread -- tension free vaginal obturator
Complete thread -- At least your way it stops clenching of your teeth. ;)
Complete thread -- I fixed it to "Cough that is productive from the drainage when she lies down." They have
Complete thread -- In my 'old' world we would have cleaned them up as we
Complete thread -- Recast sentence or punctuation? SM
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- You wouldn't hyphenate it if "approximately" was not there anyway.
Complete thread -- You do not hyphenate before an adverb (approximately at least 3-year history).
Complete thread -- How do you hyphenate "at least 3 year history"?
Complete thread -- probably just a typo on varient
Complete thread -- Found it, CHEK2
Complete thread -- Her genetic testing revealed a "check 2" variant, categorized uncertain significance
Complete thread -- Yw and thanks for the followup.
Complete thread -- to Questyr, re: 50 cent vaginal obutator sm
Complete thread -- comminuted Bennett ?
Complete thread -- First one s/l "motors." Can't get the other one.
Complete thread -- .f
Complete thread -- Indications: This is a very pleasant gentleman who got his hand stuck ...
Complete thread -- Good night and thanks. Sweet dreams. ...
Complete thread -- Good night.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- #3 the area where the muscle was most evident where it had been
Complete thread -- #2 Some of the
Complete thread -- The implant was removed and the areas of tightness were released with ...
Complete thread -- That's very generous of you and I thank you. This is the only
Complete thread -- And please, feel free to call me Questyr (or Q). :)
Complete thread -- you can always find me on facebook. my id is guygolden@gmail.com. it w ...
Complete thread -- I am in California and it is 10:23 p.m. Nice talking to you. Now I
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Madam I am an Indian working from my home in India. Here it is 11:51 a ...
Complete thread -- I don't think I'll make 7 hours, but I've got a few more hours in me. I'll let
Complete thread -- Correction....replacement of implants (plural). First word of the
Complete thread -- Please don't let me come between you and your rest pls. You should tur ...
Complete thread -- Procedure: Release of capsule, closure of lateral pocket, and replace ...
Complete thread -- To: befked....Since it looks like it might just be U and me, can U tell
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I think he stumbled and just says "tightening of the platysma etc"
Complete thread -- Since it was diagnosis, perhaps it supposed to be expanded. I leave it to you.
Complete thread -- Procedure: Release of capsule, closure of lateral pocket, and replace ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. The procedure is Release of capsule, closure of lateral ...
Complete thread -- He says "subcu"...but not sure if it should be typed that way...I'm finding
Complete thread -- I think I hear "subcu mastectomy" (subcutaneous mastectomy..see link)
Complete thread -- Diagnosis: Capsular contracture, herniated pockets of the breast follo ...
Complete thread -- Great!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. I am hearing "it did mix around and entered the hip& ...
Complete thread -- If you can't get that part, post what procedure is being done and
Complete thread -- or maybe ??it did mix around and was inserted in the hip??...just another WAG
Complete thread -- as we moved the hip around and mixed the solution around that
Complete thread -- We placed a sterile Band-Aid and she tolerated this very well. We did ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. I wrote "ganglionic" instead of *ganglinious* ...
Complete thread -- Or can you post a WAV? Could it be gelatinous?
Complete thread -- But there is possibility he is mispronouncing a different adj that ends in "ous" . Can
Complete thread -- Merriam Webster (see link) shows the correct adjective is ganglionic
Complete thread -- what is the spelling of *ganglionous* material? ...
Complete thread -- That's what I was trying to "hear," but I don't. Thanks, Q. flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- Could doc be saying "increments of tattoos"? That's all I can come up with.
Complete thread -- I'm looking, but so far I'm not coming up with the s/l. I did find
Complete thread -- Fentanyl patches anymore because they are removing s/l in-cruh-mis tattoos. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- It sounds to be like.."The patiebnt has plateaued ?with a course...or ?over a course...but
Complete thread -- The patient has ____ course of conservative treatment. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- He literally says "October oh three two thousand fourteen"...write
Complete thread -- An MRI of the cervical spine was also done on October ____ 2014 and th ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Could it be Ford Excursion?
Complete thread -- in the front seat of _________ and had slowed down for traffic when etc (I'm still trying
Complete thread -- She was a restrained passenger in the front seat of ____ slow down of ...
Complete thread -- Thanks. I was unable to access it. Anyway. ...
Complete thread -- No. Try clicking on Archives by Date
Complete thread -- Was this site down for the last 2-3 days? ...
Complete thread -- Absolutely no prob. I had to recheck myself because I couldn't
Complete thread -- I just had a brain glitch on this one. Thanks for your help!
Complete thread -- Thanks very much!!!
Complete thread -- soleal vein see link
Complete thread -- Yes, popliteal....
Complete thread -- mp3 uploaded...need help with veins (1st one might be popliteal)
Complete thread -- 15 cm ? (see link)
Complete thread -- oops...typo..about that of a 50-cent piece (not center)
Complete thread -- page 41 in the link
Complete thread -- Here is a picture of GYN obturators (see link) and there is a 30 mm one..and I was
Complete thread -- oops...got cut off...but I'm looking to see if I can confirm this.
Complete thread -- I *think* he's referring to the general size (about that of a 50-center piece), but I'
Complete thread -- s/l 50-cent vaginal oburator sm pls
Complete thread -- Thank you for your help!!
Complete thread -- Family Practice Notebook shows ligamentous grading definitions see link and uses arabic
Complete thread -- page 280 says generally grade uses arabic, but to check
Complete thread -- Oops. I gave you cancer stage & grade. Let me go find what U asked for.
Complete thread -- see link...page 50
Complete thread -- grade 1 to 2 or grade I to II??
Complete thread -- think I just found it - static array
Complete thread -- metal on metal hip resurfacing, s/l ostatic ray sm plse
Complete thread -- NEW FDA Duopa (carbidopa and levodopa) Parkinson (enteral --new drug route)
Complete thread -- and, in last sentence, atrophy in the cervical canal (instead of atrophic) ?
Complete thread -- also, I'd break some of that down with periods. Cervix is clear. Uterus...
Complete thread -- Two additional things...In case not a typo, s/b There are no adnexal masses. and
Complete thread -- "hl thick"--atrophic?
Complete thread -- s/l H L thick external genitalia
Complete thread -- yes done too, who said " wag-o, osmol, don't have time to research thoroughly"
Complete thread -- good going, nm.7!!
Complete thread -- yes!!! 2D echo!! thanks all for the help
Complete thread -- obviously not it with history given below.
Complete thread -- CT tree-in-bud?
Complete thread -- report of 2D echo (?done; ?period)
Complete thread -- sm
Complete thread -- I agree, since trying to google your s/l I came up with Tteokbokki. Highly
Complete thread -- need more clues
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- admitted with shortness of breath & report of s/l deedee-oh-koh-bud. Echo shows EF of
Complete thread -- bkloli's instinct was correct..see link...in your context it is a
Complete thread -- P.S. No need for a separate page per entry..just skip a line between entries.
Complete thread -- If I might give you a suggestion...keep what I call a 'blue book' (actually
Complete thread -- are you talking to me? I didn't misread anything and I'm done with this conversation.
Complete thread -- maybe was talking about a dilator? Hegar dilator size ?
Complete thread -- okay, thank you! :)
Complete thread -- I think you misread "O" very long list of side effects w/ amiodarone
Complete thread -- endometrium
Complete thread -- take your time...
Complete thread -- not certain I am hearing correctly
Complete thread -- never mind, I have to send it in.
Complete thread -- ESL doc, D&C report, see message plse
Complete thread -- thanks for getting back to us!
Complete thread -- gritty feeling a sign to stop scraping proc. uterine cry indicate solid tissue reached
Complete thread -- doesn't show it as hyphenated on googling, but i'd still hyphenate long-term
Complete thread -- not sure, did you get this part? long term "gas permeable" lens wear
Complete thread -- long-term gas-permeable contact ...
Complete thread -- try researching more on amiodarone and hyponatremia and you might discover a 'specific'
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- I'm thinking is meant as a "supporting feature to keep things in place sm
Complete thread -- sorry, the end is lens wear.
Complete thread -- due to long term ______ contact wear lens.
Complete thread -- here you go on ophal side effect on amiodarone(lots of side effects on this drug)
Complete thread -- thanks for update, this is a tough job huh
Complete thread -- Cozaar? (beginning sound is maybe blended with previous word?)
Complete thread -- all I find on my list is Cozaar generic losartan
Complete thread -- find no "specific"connection o rside effect w/amiodarone and serum/urine osmols
Complete thread -- just figured it out- decreased grasp
Complete thread -- exam for carpal tunnel release
Complete thread -- QA said it was "ophthalmology evaluation." nm I'm going to have to
Complete thread -- drug for pat with hypertension and coronary artery disease
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- Thank you so very much! nm
Complete thread -- Thanks all. No further background available. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- glad I heard the call and was able to help, though this is
Complete thread -- ^yes^ - use capital A and V
Complete thread -- a-sensed (atrial-sensed), v-paced (ventricular paced)
Complete thread -- A-sensed (atrial) V paced (ventricular)
Complete thread -- got it nevermind
Complete thread -- Cardio cons: EKG shows s/l a-sensed b-paced rhythm, rate of 67 BPM/nm
Complete thread -- ooh - nice link, poi. I'm glad I called you.
Complete thread -- s/l calocity??
Complete thread -- yes, template is confirmed
Complete thread -- correction, I guess it could make sense (though new to me)
Complete thread -- haha...I'm here but don't have an answer. Standing plain x-rays?
Complete thread -- 'template x-rays' might be right if a knee replacement is planned... what does poi think?
Complete thread -- knee
Complete thread -- x-rays of what body part?
Complete thread -- I can't explain, but both 'gritty' and 'cry' sound correct - those are terms you hear with
Complete thread -- The *gritty cry* of the uterus ensured that products of the conception were removed
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- maybe but maybe not "contemplate" ?
Complete thread -- thank you LOL! Every time I think I finally have it down, I second guess myself again haha
Complete thread -- x-rays
Complete thread -- I go back and forth too on this when it is the CC - it can really be either way...
Complete thread -- what exactly is doubtful? can you be more specific?
Complete thread -- followup vs follow up
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ?work relatd injury, more background might help
Complete thread -- doubtful
Complete thread -- hypoxic–ischaemic brain injury
Complete thread -- you might listen for hypoxic - anoxic?
Complete thread -- cardiac arrest, status post defibrillator s/l hypogen carbluhdin energy brain injury
Complete thread -- maybe "CTA bilaterally"? (clear to auscultation)
Complete thread -- maybe, but PFTs were mentioned and this may be something in addition...
Complete thread -- Chest: CT bile non sounds. TIA!
Complete thread -- oops - meant normal aortic valve
Complete thread -- I found both-- flap tear of labrum & SLAP tear of lablrum.
Complete thread -- you have his, she, and her "tested positive for colon cancer?"
Complete thread -- I don't know if this will help,
Complete thread -- I think s/l has to do with PFTs, as amiodarone causes lung toxicity
Complete thread -- looks like s/l strected drill is "selected drill"
Complete thread -- nah - it's not a "duh" at all - don't be sorry.
Complete thread -- duh, sorry
Complete thread -- means the need to convert from laparoscopic to open procedure.
Complete thread -- Risks and benefits were discussed, i.e., CBD injury, bleeding, the need to*convert.*
Complete thread -- note is that the __________colon cancer
Complete thread -- let us know what you find out - for the archives (and for my curiosity)
Complete thread -- Thank you. I will look into this. I have already sent it to QA with a blank, but
Complete thread -- Stryker drill would've been my guess too; I've heard this *exact* phrase, same drill bit .
Complete thread -- osmol? (osmolality studies) ...sm
Complete thread -- Patient with ischemic cardiomyopathy, ventricular tachycardia, hypertension.
Complete thread -- I doubt it too, which is why I'm here. LOL Thanks for your help, Q. Flagging & moving on.
Complete thread -- Just coming back to say I finally found it, ECHOES of the Horizon system. Thanks poi.
Complete thread -- EOS Imaging?
Complete thread -- The hip x-rays are reviewed on the s/l eck-ohs system. TIA!
Complete thread -- This was meant for post above regarding the drill.
Complete thread -- I doubt it too, which is why I'm here. LOL Thanks for your help, Q. Flagging & moving on.
Complete thread -- Thanks - I was afraid it might actually be P sign, but she definitely didn't say U on P si
Complete thread -- Note the OP posted a WAV on this which was answered on the thread above
Complete thread -- I would strongly doubt 'misdirected' ... and don't even feel good about 'directed' . Sry.
Complete thread -- Too late, but for archives Vision Blue is a brand name (see link) and
Complete thread -- Neither. Could possibly get "this directed drill" or "misdirected drill."
Complete thread -- A little far fetched, but ? "bit Midas Rex drill" so that on=Mi this=das ...etc
Complete thread -- Could it be "on this Stryker drill" ? ...I'm going back to see if I can find any more
Complete thread -- PubMed shows some articles about shoulder "flap tear"..here is one..see link
Complete thread -- I used the AM-8 drill bit s/l on this strected drill. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks. See the rest of my message
Complete thread -- google SLAP tear. sorry I'm late
Complete thread -- Sending blank
Complete thread -- Shoulder arthroscopy with debridement of "flap" tear of labrum
Complete thread -- nada problem. sometimes it is all in the way you google..
Complete thread -- the peace sign is the appearance of a normal bicuspid valve, not a defect
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- burrowing
Complete thread -- unsure what she says
Complete thread -- I meant both :-)
Complete thread -- thanks to you all
Complete thread -- I just watched that.
Complete thread -- There is a video on it -
Complete thread -- Bicuspid aortic valve
Complete thread -- google 'heart defect that looks like peace sign' - looks like it might be okay
Complete thread -- Is there a heart defect that resembles a peace sign?
Complete thread -- ALSO... it should be 6 o'clock and 12 o'clock (if you go by BOS)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- new one for me, thanks!
Complete thread -- Found it in the archives. Xap see below
Complete thread -- parenchymal? truncal? sorry - I can't get it either.
Complete thread -- I think it should be sub-Tenon?
Complete thread -- sounds like Zap. Is there a wound care product that sounds like that?
Complete thread -- subtenon space? paracentesis is correct: puncture of the wall of a cavity to drain off
Complete thread -- injected in the ________ space inferonasally. Two ________ were made at
Complete thread -- sounds pretty clear, but nothing verifiable.
Complete thread -- another? after last line: The eye was filled with *radiant* blue.
Complete thread -- lidocaine injected in the *substinate* space inferonasally
Complete thread -- surgical bra as *stiffening* dressing
Complete thread -- posted again
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I still hear old mp3
Complete thread -- will post as mp3
Complete thread -- small portion of some breast _______ tissue in this area
Complete thread -- the nipple areolar complex would come around and then with 7 cm, *a most mosk dome d
Complete thread -- DISPOSITION: PACU ______
Complete thread -- Fast Absorbing Surgical Gut Suture (Plain)
Complete thread -- eh, probably meant to say 5-0 plain fast absorbing. I'd leave it if dictated that way.
Complete thread -- the nipple with 5-0 *fast plain* absorbing. The nipple
Complete thread -- Commas correctly placed?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Sundowning is a psychological phenomenon associated with increased confusion...
Complete thread -- might be another word after deposition...I thought it was a stutter, but maybe not?
Complete thread -- help decrease *slim downing*. The patient’s baseline at home is that she is
Complete thread -- hemosiderin deposition in the
Complete thread -- hemisphere, small focus of ______left cerebellar hemisphere
Complete thread -- Thyroid stimulating imaging (ultrasound)? How would an ultrasound stimulate the
Complete thread -- the "p" could B aortic & pulmonary valve stenosis (pulmonary & aortic areas are very close
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I would use whichever was dictated (either combined or hyphenated, though prefer combined)
Complete thread -- I do it like #1, and I found it that way in Stedman's Ortho words.
Complete thread -- Aggrenox?
Complete thread -- med s/l agrolox
Complete thread -- see message
Complete thread -- I thought that was it, or TIMI
Complete thread -- fluff to lb
Complete thread -- terminal
Complete thread -- fluff to lb
Complete thread -- wav file
Complete thread -- Got it. "tib-fib" short for tibiofibular joint.
Complete thread -- Sounds like OLOC to me too - fluff to poi
Complete thread -- ganglion from the proximal s/l "two fifth" joint.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- it sounded like OLOC (Our Lady Of Consolation Nursing & Rehabilitive..)
Complete thread -- will check
Complete thread -- resident of _______? (do you know nursing homes in the area?)
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- The patient is a 92-year-old female ______ admitted with history
Complete thread -- Tudorza
Complete thread -- Lasix 40 mg twice a day, _____ inhaler one puff daily, Xanax
Complete thread -- It usually is the simple things that get me too.
Complete thread -- This account, I can't figure out where the wav file is. I flagged and sent in. That
Complete thread -- first one - maybe edamame? (how 'bout letting us have a listen?)
Complete thread -- I couldn't either. Why is something so simple like food what sticks me???
Complete thread -- I can't come up with a thing.
Complete thread -- I thought Namenda but .... not sure. wait for 2nd set of ears.
Complete thread -- the first sounds like amomie - long O sound - the 2nd sounds like Pee yous
Complete thread -- Gosh. I did just as well without the sound.
Complete thread -- includes Aricept, _______, Xanax, hydrochlorothiazide
Complete thread -- Genius! This is a Children's Hospital and it fits the context. I was wrong. I had not
Complete thread -- Childhood Health Assessment questionnaire (C-HAQ)
Complete thread -- hmmm how about CHAQ ?
Complete thread -- the global thing is what made me think of psych.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- will add again
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Maybe I will look into psych harder. I struck out on rheumatology
Complete thread -- I looked all over and the only thing I could find had to do with
Complete thread -- "the same pattern" ?? no idea here.
Complete thread -- old mp3 still there.
Complete thread -- I can't figure anything. Is it some type of psych score or what specialty?
Complete thread -- My mind was there too poi
Complete thread -- I did a 1 sentence report yesterday and have no idea of this blank. I sent to QA
Complete thread -- Seems fine - maybe he did not take it but it was in the chart?
Complete thread -- I am clueless.
Complete thread -- I get an old mp3
Complete thread -- abscess
Complete thread -- respiratory rate *charted at* 22 per minute
Complete thread -- medication includes Aricept, _______, Xanax
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- She described _____ without abdominal pain or cramps.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Past Surgical History: _____ removal from right arm and
Complete thread -- Periarticular cyst with _____ cortical surface
Complete thread -- calcitriol ?
Complete thread -- lab results- calcium 10.6 and s/l calcitreal level of 106?
Complete thread -- Pronounces each letter individually. Flagging and moving on. Thanks all.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks poi and bbnamk. I learn something new all the time.
Complete thread -- I hear a *p* word?
Complete thread -- Mild aortic valve stenosis.
Complete thread -- were you referring to the dictator?
Complete thread -- echocardiogram results - mp3 posted
Complete thread -- Guess MTHFR is too much of a stretch
Complete thread -- or, meaning/coining TSI thyroid stimulating imaging aka ultrasound) if clear, I'd use it
Complete thread -- Broken leg with bruising, stating no recollection of how it possibly could have happened.
Complete thread -- It is supported "light bulb went off" :)
Complete thread -- LOL...don't you mean 'just went on' ? (otherwise you'd be in the dark) ;)
Complete thread -- When I googled....tiny rod hysterectomy....I got hits describing
Complete thread -- Okay the light bulb just went off.....:)
Complete thread -- What is the patient's problem?
Complete thread -- fluff to mt
Complete thread -- it was dictated "a cm" which would be "1 cm" to 1.2 cm
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- it is actually 12 mm and not 1 to 1.2 cm....
Complete thread -- Tp is in resp distress, not responsive with s/l minimal "obstructive" movements.
Complete thread -- what's in a name? (yours I mean)
Complete thread -- that was amazing! thank you
Complete thread -- Ethanol level was less than 7 and s/l MRUDR was negative. TIA!
Complete thread -- sounds like eval for Graves. various thyroid tests likely
Complete thread -- Yes. See OneLook link.
Complete thread -- 1 to 1.2 cm in diameter, 0.8 to 0.9 cm in height and 1.5 to 2 cm in length
Complete thread -- the skin has increased s/l cal-or (rhymes with pallor) to the touch??
Complete thread -- Not sure what to do with this sentence?
Complete thread -- Allow Natural Death
Complete thread -- just found it - allow natural death
Complete thread -- her code status is AND/DNR (what is AND? - quite clear A N D)
Complete thread -- sry too garbled. Can't even hear the ankle part, maybe others can
Complete thread -- Pheresis is a withdrawal of. Apheresis essential in providing (infuse) blood components
Complete thread -- Ankles ______. Toes are equivocal.
Complete thread -- another way
Complete thread -- link cause of renal/kidney cysts
Complete thread -- link, can read up. Not sure what asking for sure
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- with disappearance of the rugae ?
Complete thread -- the stomach was insufflated _______. After this
Complete thread -- 2nd blank: apheresis
Complete thread -- Figured out 1st blank: sipuleucel-T
Complete thread -- 2 blanks. Patient has castration-resistant prostate cancer and CAD.
Complete thread -- Not on a dictation, but a personal issue. Anyone have any info on:
Complete thread -- another good way
Complete thread -- More than one way...
Complete thread -- I think it fits, when the eye bulges out... not sure how to explain it, but ....
Complete thread -- No. what I would do is:
Complete thread -- hahaha
Complete thread -- Short answer? No.
Complete thread -- Super long sentence - punctuation ok here?
Complete thread -- yeah, but for inflammation of the orbit? I'm not sure it'd be that TSI.
Complete thread -- same here - I used to use the symbol but no longer allowed cuz it doesn't print.
Complete thread -- if not dictated (most say it that way) then don't put it.
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- TSI - see link (thyroid stimulating mmunoglobulin)
Complete thread -- I use the "degrees" since a lot of printers don't do the symbol thingy.
Complete thread -- degrees or the symbol for a fever??
Complete thread -- I had a lengthy discussion with her. First, I am sending her for a *T S I* to make
Complete thread -- It is not dictated but I can add small words like that.
Complete thread -- if it is dictated, then I would put it.
Complete thread -- Do I need "of the" after chondromalacia?
Complete thread -- depends on if ya have a southern accent... ;)
Complete thread -- fluff to O
Complete thread -- i think that is it, thanks
Complete thread -- I'd have actually broken a lot of that down into smaller sentences.
Complete thread -- SM (postulating fits)
Complete thread -- positive "fovea" sign is all I can find.
Complete thread -- I'm hearing that too and found nothing as well. Thanks for trying!
Complete thread -- wow... s/l 'tiny rod' - but I can't find anything that even comes close to s/l that. sorry
Complete thread -- s/l full view sign for TFCC tear
Complete thread -- mp3 uploaded...some type of hysterectomy .... thank you
Complete thread -- very sorry
Complete thread -- google that exact phrase, there's your answer.
Complete thread -- intubation and likely some *baro* trauma with subsequent
Complete thread -- is widowed
Complete thread -- okay, thanks for your inputs :) I'll go with tracking
Complete thread -- Axis I: Major depressive disorder, recurrent severe, no psychosis
Complete thread -- got all
Complete thread -- SOCIAL HISTORY: The patient ______ over the last 11 years
Complete thread -- The patient started *postulating* with the thought of wanting to harm
Complete thread -- depressive disorder, _____ and severe, no psychosis
Complete thread -- A few questions
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I was seeing that and on listening again that is what he is saying. Thanks!!!
Complete thread -- maybe liposarc as in liposarcoma?
Complete thread -- I'd flag, Wonder if dictator got platelet count mixed up here sm
Complete thread -- "lipo shark" s.m.
Complete thread -- Alzheimer's
Complete thread -- s/l megestrol??
Complete thread -- dementia baseline, ______ versus mixed type, mild to moderate
Complete thread -- Aha! Thank you so much!
Complete thread -- medications at home include ______, insulin, Bacid, Protonix, Epogen
Complete thread -- dictated "white cell count was six thousand one zero zero zero" 601,000??
Complete thread -- cripes.
Complete thread -- thin
Complete thread -- The ___ ridge still remains since it was too broad to be removed using a snare
Complete thread -- I think it might be INSTRUMENT: Olympus etc..so that 'al lip is'=Olympus
Complete thread -- fluff to lb
Complete thread -- um... tract tract? what's your point?
Complete thread -- typo in last sentence - "crack" cocaine (not "crake")
Complete thread -- That's what I thought. :)
Complete thread -- thank you both very much!
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thanks for returning to share
Complete thread -- looks good to me.
Complete thread -- but it wouldn't be tracting ?
Complete thread -- The patient was lying down, awake, *on call*, irritable, labile.
Complete thread -- tract tract =A narrow, elongated channel in the body that allows the escape of fluid
Complete thread -- and I think to avoid any further surgery
Complete thread -- Great thanks.
Complete thread -- Punctuation correct for these sentences?
Complete thread -- needs to avoid any (?)
Complete thread -- rough year in terms of needing multiple operations and I think ___ further surgery.
Complete thread -- tracking makes sense to me (tunneling underneath the skin?)
Complete thread -- tracking? pls sm
Complete thread -- No capitalization of seasons.
Complete thread -- Would you cap Spring here?
Complete thread -- Got it! Bronch...duh!
Complete thread -- 2-g sodium 1800 calorie diet was advised. ??maybe.
Complete thread -- 2. "daily" 1. q.8 hourly, last one is 'was advised'
Complete thread -- s/l runoff. That just doesn't make sense to me (see context)
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- med ?s
Complete thread -- amlodipine
Complete thread -- knee exam
Complete thread -- albuterol nebulization q. 6 h. as needed, _____ 5 mg daily, atorvastatin 20 mg
Complete thread -- tried slowing it down and doesn't help
Complete thread -- 2nd is White blood cell count 10.8. (can you slow it down?)
Complete thread -- Sodium 140, potassium _____, chloride 102, bicarbonate 28, BUN 22, creatinine 0.6. _
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- #2 REVIEW OF SYSTEMS: She denies
Complete thread -- was personally reviewed today.
Complete thread -- thanks got the rest - to do a proper dressing
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- No previous _______ sudden cardiac death that she knows of. ____ chest pain _______.
Complete thread -- Echocardiogram _____ left ventricle normal size and function
Complete thread -- irritatation
Complete thread -- i showed the nurses how to rip off the dressing? (do something to the dressing)
Complete thread -- There is erythema at the G-tube site. _____ the dressing
Complete thread -- There was prominent ______ of the stomach
Complete thread -- I bet that's it. TYSM!
Complete thread -- lip is = Olympus?
Complete thread -- instrumental s/l lip is video bronchoscope. TIA!
Complete thread -- we must have been listening to different sound files lol
Complete thread -- lenticular changes
Complete thread -- you can have an elevated fluid deficit
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- As ever, thanks poi!
Complete thread -- pat yourself on the back Q
Complete thread -- or ?to get a more defined line
Complete thread -- and THE muscle was cauterized across to give a more defined line
Complete thread -- A lenticular configuration was taken from the upper lid and then muscl ...
Complete thread -- Thanks to both helpers. mp3 deleted
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- I hear "Thin tissue"
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: ____ tissue on the right breast and herniated ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot ladies. ...
Complete thread -- I think I hear "then he was prepped for surgery."
Complete thread -- then the fat pad ______?
Complete thread -- some flu-like
Complete thread -- some flu-like
Complete thread -- mp3 help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- Ointment was then placed in the eye to protect it ____. The patient t ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot ladies. ...
Complete thread -- He says "(correction...picking up at the septum) and sutured to the
Complete thread -- #2 bulky fat?
Complete thread -- The excess fat was reduced and then the septum was closed from medial ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- actually "then with caution"
Complete thread -- I think I hear "with caution"
Complete thread -- The orbital rim was then released medially and laterally and ____ over ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- then skin out of the upper
Complete thread -- PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Rhytides of the lower lids and excess skin of ...
Complete thread -- lenticular
Complete thread -- (meant to post this under "dose-painting")
Complete thread -- her dry eye and possibly early _____ changes
Complete thread -- cool! I've never heard that term before and it sure checks out.
Complete thread -- in the occipital region? near the occipital region?
Complete thread -- Neck tenderness midline. s/l nee-siv-uh-dal) region is nontender to palpation. TIA!
Complete thread -- So I think I solved it... "dose-painting"
Complete thread -- mp3 help with RAD/ONC... this is driving me nuts and hope someone knows
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I think I just figured it out, "exacerbated" cough... Thanks anyway!
Complete thread -- mp3 help... part of review of systems and not catching a word...
Complete thread -- check Archives for 'one-thought modifier'
Complete thread -- Thanks for the explanation.
Complete thread -- ...and if that is the case, then right needs a hyphen as well (right- as well as...)
Complete thread -- Good question. My first impulse was to hyphenate it, but...
Complete thread -- got it - Birmingham
Complete thread -- Does left sided need to be hyphenated here?
Complete thread -- He pauses between elevated and distended fluid deficit (I don't think elevated belongs)
Complete thread -- Yes, I believe you are correct!
Complete thread -- I believe it is distending...see info inside
Complete thread -- wonder if (X)ml were used(in) and they were 2200 mL short on the return(out)
Complete thread -- With "deficit" in there, "extending" or "distending" doesn't fit.
Complete thread -- that does sound odd, wonder if it is overdistended?
Complete thread -- I'm just not understanding "elevated distended fluid deficit."
Complete thread -- is it shaft?
Complete thread -- distending seems to make the most sense to me
Complete thread -- heavy accent ESL, need help with hip arthroplasty components please
Complete thread -- s/l "extending" or "distending" fluid (see message)
Complete thread -- e lateralized the insertion point slihtly and then replaced the size 8 s/l**raft**
Complete thread -- according to archives, it is Definity
Complete thread -- echo done with divinity? I get google hits, but cannot confirm.
Complete thread -- nm have to sent
Complete thread -- tyvm...sometimes we all need that pat-pat
Complete thread -- I've never come across this, so I'm not sure what I'd do?
Complete thread -- s/l onrooflimic effect of chemotherapy and radiation. smsg for context
Complete thread -- monocular? relisten for that, see your last line
Complete thread -- ? Visual Evoked Potential (VEP)testing for eye diseases glaucoma, age-related macular
Complete thread -- I performed a *V E T* in each eye
Complete thread -- keratitis and *monticular* changes
Complete thread -- I did not. It says to never use a comma before a parenthesis, so..
Complete thread -- Moving on. I was just curious.
Complete thread -- do you comma between 2 two sets of ()?
Complete thread -- btw - I'm not the 'agree' above
Complete thread -- "agree" - LOL. Don't leave us, O!!
Complete thread -- (meaning "scale/score"
Complete thread -- I do not capitalize those, FWIW.
Complete thread -- Don't you dare, O. You are a great helper! No offense taken.
Complete thread -- fluff to Oasis
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- are Scale or Score capitalized? e.g. He was 5/10 on the ESAS scale/Scale.
Complete thread -- sorry, Oasis - it was a good suggestion... I meant no offense.
Complete thread -- I usually transcribe as 1.2/sq mm, but yours is fine too
Complete thread -- It was just a suggestion :)
Complete thread -- high mitotic rate of 1.2 per square millimeter. Correct typed as dictated?
Complete thread -- you might agree, but if "function" was dictated - then it is "function". It fits.
Complete thread -- here's the definition of "function" that fits here
Complete thread -- agree reflection. reading side-effects of those using Ambien surprised still on market
Complete thread -- Could it be "reflection"?
Complete thread -- sounds okay to me.
Complete thread -- Flashbacks are a *function* of how often she goes out of the house
Complete thread -- I'm sure that's right even if OP doesn't acknowledge it -- good one, LB
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- If no specs, I'd leave it as dictated.
Complete thread -- *pat pat* on the back
Complete thread -- is "di/di" twin usual transcription or should I spell out? (no account specifics)
Complete thread -- Got it, etanercept... Thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- Will send her for a s/l tannsersept injection, 2 weeks of
Complete thread -- He may be changing his mind from trigger point to something else, FYI
Complete thread -- Trigger point injection - s/l tannsersept
Complete thread -- damn right I got it.
Complete thread -- ok, yea, I dont hear the "ly" either, but I think you got it.
Complete thread -- thanks everyone
Complete thread -- the answer is below - maybe you didn't refresh?
Complete thread -- mildly only reliable.... a guess wait for another ear
Complete thread -- or "overly elaborative" (sounds better, but I can't quite hear the -ly part)
Complete thread -- over elaborative
Complete thread -- surgical neck fracture?
Complete thread -- proximal humerus s/l surgeon like fracture.
Complete thread -- s/l oral something? I can't make it out, sorry.
Complete thread -- old wav still there
Complete thread -- speech and mildly ______ but denies any suicidal or homicidal ideas, intent or plan
Complete thread -- Probably too late, but I would think "for the previous repair were (not or) present in the
Complete thread -- ha ha
Complete thread -- Wonder this sentence should be "Achilles tendon is intact without any
Complete thread -- Thanks so much. Never would have gotten it without you all
Complete thread -- that's how I hear it
Complete thread -- THANK YOU! :)
Complete thread -- ?Miochol?
Complete thread -- In case not a typo, undersurface is one word.
Complete thread -- Surgical note for nuclear sclerotic cataract and corneal astigmatism
Complete thread -- check his/her. All I can find is glide test
Complete thread -- The only thing I found in the book was the Gordon squeeze test for the calf.
Complete thread -- I think it could be drawer. Will check more for sound alike
Complete thread -- Could this be it?
Complete thread -- I slowed him down again, redownload. I think I might hear hemodynamics were recorded?
Complete thread -- I slowed him down. VR had angiogram in there. I only left it because on occasion
Complete thread -- to the left ventricular apex _____ (I cant hear angiograms in there?)
Complete thread -- nascent?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- wav file, I am missing a lot of words in there.
Complete thread -- hypertension, currently stable and at goal.
Complete thread -- History of essential hypertension stable and _____.
Complete thread -- s/l neason potential....this is an EMG and nerve conduction study
Complete thread -- test on foot and ankle exam
Complete thread -- makes sense to me if he is coming in to have a mitral valve repair surgery performed.
Complete thread -- Tp presented to the hospital for s/l performance of mitral valve repair.
Complete thread -- So, the next report I get, the name is something like Ken, but not, and he spells it.
Complete thread -- I went with what I had. I wanted to do Bellamir or something like that but the V was
Complete thread -- I found a few "Vera Meer" people on FB. ? maybe 2 names?
Complete thread -- i'd probably do it just like you have it. I hate those phonetic things. I have one too
Complete thread -- FasT-Fix (Smith & Nephew) all-inside suture meniscal repair device
Complete thread -- then the post belongs under bkloli's post - has nothing to do with my post.
Complete thread -- female
Complete thread -- We can spell names phonetically. How would you spell one that sounds like veramir as
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- has to be sectioned
Complete thread -- The *T fix* devices had been used for the previous
Complete thread -- The inferior half was * suctioned - or should this be sectioned* from the lesser
Complete thread -- Good night and sweet dreams ...
Complete thread -- Good night.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- PubMed shows both with and without hyphen, but only 3 articles, so
Complete thread -- It may be tarsal levator advancement...and with or without a hyphen. Let me
Complete thread -- tarsolevator advancement. tarsolevator or tarso levator? ...
Complete thread -- spinach (gosh, I need a spell checker)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot ...
Complete thread -- she has a salad with ranch dressing. She does not like spinich or asparagus
Complete thread -- Her vegetables are broccoli, corn, kale, and she ___ salad with ranch ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- amlopidine is no drug. can it be amlodipine? ...
Complete thread -- but think he means amlodipine
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- amlopidine
Complete thread -- Medications – _____ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Tampico
Complete thread -- Yippee....just in the nick of time!
Complete thread -- #1 mixed greens #2 with ____ (? or) vinaigrette dressing....I'm not sure
Complete thread -- She also drinks ____ fruit juice 2 times a week. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- vinaigrette (correct spelling)
Complete thread -- mixed greens...ranch or vingerette
Complete thread -- Her vegetables are broccoli, kale, ____, and salads with ____ vinegar ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- It sounds to me like he's giving the patient an explanation from
Complete thread -- HCFS, how dangerous. coma in between or not? ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- It appears HCFS should be HFCS (high fructose corn syrup) see link
Complete thread -- I think I hear "life with chemicals, who knew, HCFS how dangerous" but
Complete thread -- Articles on the whole truth, pregnant women, ____ chemicals, ____. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Probably s/b as you showed it with lower case 'b'...Luna bar
Complete thread -- is a Luna Bar or eggs.
Complete thread -- I think nm was showing example by b k l o l i Gram-positive cocci was incorrect
Complete thread -- wav posted. Thanks for your kindness and patience. ...
Complete thread -- If that doesn't help, try posting a WAV.
Complete thread -- Coud the 'Rx' belong to the next sentence?
Complete thread -- I can't confirm "Rx"
Complete thread -- Her breakfast is a *Luna bar Rx*. is it right? ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- foods with function....see link
Complete thread -- Articles on nutrition, ____ function, and what to do if overweight. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- camomile (but ck my spelling)
Complete thread -- She drinks ____ tea 1 to 2 times a week. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- turkey
Complete thread -- Her protein is chicken, eggs, _____ and fish. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- diminishing
Complete thread -- Once he went in for a total hip, he stopped being as aggressive with r ...
Complete thread -- I would put only 1 comma, between leg and to.
Complete thread -- Is this how you would punctuate this sentence?
Complete thread -- O, U R baaaad. ;)
Complete thread -- you need balls of steel for that job!
Complete thread -- fluff to op
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- I do not address the part of your question as to "what part of 'was able to
Complete thread -- I might be able to clarify...I think nm was (as an aside) pointing
Complete thread -- Thank you! I always have a hard time with ESL dictators.
Complete thread -- I think I hear "Two-fifths (of) intestines removed [I added the word 'of']
Complete thread -- Funny!
Complete thread -- cholecystectomy 2013. ______ removed in 2014; she had diverticulitis.
Complete thread -- what part of "was able to verify it as correct" did you not understand?
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- thank you!
Complete thread -- Occupation: Research and stat testicle analysis (statisical) :o)
Complete thread -- You can increase the size of the page for easier reading, the chart is toward the middle
Complete thread -- Just so you understand, the measurements being given are
Complete thread -- supporting cocci pneumonia being coccidioidomycosis pneumonia..taken
Complete thread -- thanks, have found -3.5 x36 on the web, but not dictated that way. thanks again
Complete thread -- I always do it 36, -3.5
Complete thread -- hip arthroplasty, help with prosthesis size sm pls
Complete thread -- definitely go as 'cocci pneumonia' gram-negative & gram- pos. no cap sm
Complete thread -- cool beans. glad ya got it.
Complete thread -- no, we got it. cocci is different thing - this one is short form for that big word above..
Complete thread -- yes - that was how I did it and was able to verify it as correct
Complete thread -- I should add that while hit shows capitalized, I think it is not capped..because
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- see 2nd hit
Complete thread -- typo...s/b Mitts (not mittens) per link
Complete thread -- Wonder if 2-point restraints and mittens...see link
Complete thread -- I was just googling the possibility of Lopressor, but couldn't imagine
Complete thread -- Ativan and Haldol and currently is in 2 point restraint and wearing *mids*.
Complete thread -- got it - IV push Lopressor
Complete thread -- BUT, I think I'd probably leave it as cocci, like Gram-positive cocci (doesnt need expande
Complete thread -- SM
Complete thread -- coccidioidomycosis ?
Complete thread -- how to expand -- Diagnosis is probable "cocci" pneumonia - would it be coccidiodal?
Complete thread -- s/l pristol* pressor
Complete thread -- thanks anyway to anybody who tried - sent it in with "highly" and a flag/question.
Complete thread -- urine is s/l "holly" yellow...
Complete thread -- Thanks. Did just that.
Complete thread -- I'd probably do 6-7.
Complete thread -- He just says up to size six seven. Is this 6-7 or 6/7 or 6, 7? Hip replacement
Complete thread -- Good call.
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- is it possible for a blood pressure to be 142/12?
Complete thread -- never mind - it was ground glass
Complete thread -- CAT scan showed diffuse *grandiose* opacities in the right upper lobe,
Complete thread -- Sorry. When I first looked it said for vaginal infections. After looking further, I see
Complete thread -- Thanks for all your help!
Complete thread -- germline mutations
Complete thread -- I think doc means Irospan 24/6, but says iron...will type iron 24/6. nm
Complete thread -- Cowden
Complete thread -- might wanna check out PTEN instead of p10 ?
Complete thread -- hit enter too soon - consistent with s/l cowa's disease
Complete thread -- another blank - She was diagnosed with PR130 mutation in the p10 gene, which is consistent
Complete thread -- breast surgery - newly diagnosed s/l p10 germane mutation
Complete thread -- list of medications: iron "246?" Tia nm
Complete thread -- why not Cleocin?
Complete thread -- She was treated with *Cleocin* and
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- or any discomfort now.
Complete thread -- Please disregard. I am blanking...
Complete thread -- She denies abdominal pain _____. She did have a large bowel
Complete thread -- history of s/l polyvigineous nodular sclerosis, AKA PVNS....
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- He had fever before, some blood...
Complete thread -- prescribed. He _______before some blood with
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- labetalol (generic, not capitalized)
Complete thread -- beta-carotene
Complete thread -- have a food impaction. _______ chest CT to look at his esophagus
Complete thread -- aspirin 81 mg daily, ________, calcium
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- Sorry. This is a wav
Complete thread -- taken to the PACU ________ complications in a stable condition
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- short curved burr?
Complete thread -- tension free with a durable ______ repair.
Complete thread -- s/l *repetition* of the vas deferens
Complete thread -- tubercle to a 0.1 cm _______was then marked out
Complete thread -- I hear red yeast. Unfortunalely, cannot click on message.
Complete thread -- 4-3/4
Complete thread -- how to write height 5 feet and 4 and three quarter inches? 5'4_ ...
Complete thread -- Medications – Zyrtec, _____, and glucosamine/chondroitin. ...
Complete thread -- She drinks 3 cups of coffee with ____ and no creamer. ...
Complete thread -- i am double minded about this blank. anybody? ...
Complete thread -- Medications – Motrin p.r.n. and phentermine. Allergies – ____. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- with Splenda and not creamer.
Complete thread -- She drinks coffee with Splenda and ____ creamer. ...
Complete thread -- anyone? ...
Complete thread -- Medications – Motrin p.r.n. and phentermine. Allergies – ____. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- breakfast is a health bar.
Complete thread -- No tea or fruit juice. His breakfast is ____. ...
Complete thread -- please help - anterior s/l jet? of the upper lip
Complete thread -- A Denver splint was then placed on the ____ followed by internal Doyle ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Sounds like he started to say "is usually toast and coffee" but changed
Complete thread -- Her breakfast is usually toast and ____ her breakfast is toast. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- should be spelled vinaigrette per OneLook
Complete thread -- with balsamic vinagrette. (ck spelling of vinagrette)
Complete thread -- anybody? ...
Complete thread -- Her protein is chicken and fish. Her vegetables are leek and she has ...
Complete thread -- well of course you have heard all dictators, all areas of nation?
Complete thread -- really?? I've never heard anyone say the letters b-k-f-s-t instead of 'breakfast'.
Complete thread -- link to trademark specimen.
Complete thread -- Sorry, I didn't pop on before to listen, but you ended up with the right thing.
Complete thread -- due to crescentic immunoglobulin A nephropathy - got it.
Complete thread -- wav file, this is a discharge diagnosis
Complete thread -- typo --- I left out "S" ---Savaysa
Complete thread -- NEW FDA Savaysa (edoxaban tablets) anti-clotting drug
Complete thread -- I don't doubt oasis is correct, but he was working on the quadriceps
Complete thread -- good guess marg
Complete thread -- also found Before meals=ac ante cibum ... p.c.= After food, post cibum.
Complete thread -- another one you may hear rattled off WCBKFST" (with breakfast)
Complete thread -- addendum cartilage and ligament (s'pose just dictator particular choice of words sm
Complete thread -- kinda feel "oasis" got it. Synonyms: meniscus medialis, falciform cartilage etc sm
Complete thread -- Thanks for the information.
Complete thread -- Falciform cartilage is a synonym for medial meniscus, but this would still not make sense.
Complete thread -- Ah well, we tried.
Complete thread -- The MT heard it too, which is why it was sent to me. Thanks though.
Complete thread -- I think he was over-tired, kept yawning. I heard it pretty clearly.
Complete thread -- I mean if I slur the sound fal-si-form, maybe I can *hear* cap-su-lar.
Complete thread -- oops..here's link
Complete thread -- When I look at this image (see link-picture on right) I find myself
Complete thread -- I was just coming back to say I can't find a falciform(e) ligament in the knee. Sry
Complete thread -- Thanks for your help. Unfortunately, I have to send this with a blank.
Complete thread -- Actually it reads prepatella and prepatellar tendon..
Complete thread -- SM
Complete thread -- What is the exact sentence using the word AND the sentence following that?
Complete thread -- Quadriceps tendon rupture (repair). The "falciform ligament" and
Complete thread -- Hmmm..maybe "claw" = "core"? as in antibody?
Complete thread -- This site says wc=with meal(s) (c=cibum I presume) see link
Complete thread -- Creon DR 24,000 unit capsule, 2 capsules p.o. b.i.d. "w.c."/sm
Complete thread -- Which is what I thought...and from reading the descriptions
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know!
Complete thread -- Hi, Margaret!
Complete thread -- And to you too!
Complete thread -- Merry Christmas to all!
Complete thread -- Happy New Year fan!
Complete thread -- :) thanks! :)
Complete thread -- sorry, that was a cut/paste SCM is sternoicleidomastoid
Complete thread -- thank you both so much!!
Complete thread -- SCM (sternocleidomastoid muscle)
Complete thread -- sternocleidomastoid muscle (SCM)
Complete thread -- cannot catch what he says
Complete thread -- Thanks! You too.
Complete thread -- I feel like this is too slang to decipher. Strict no slang, so I am going to blank.
Complete thread -- he might be saying qual (for qualiltative), but I have no idea.
Complete thread -- She has an s/l H claw negative. Ascites.
Complete thread -- Happy New Year (albeit, a bit? belated ;-)) to Billybob, Questyr, poi, and everyone
Complete thread -- Hi Margaret, glad to see you back. How are you. Happy New Year!!!
Complete thread -- Good grief. Sensation is intact to all. Sorry....
Complete thread -- s/l stage tackle dermatomes
Complete thread -- I agree with P-PROM, for non-reassuring antepartum testing, for primary C-section for non-
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- (wowie-zow! Thanks! :-)
Complete thread -- so Fine, So fine! Thanks!
Complete thread -- (thanks to every one in this discussion. Helpful even to an "old-timer."
Complete thread -- to me, "the collecting system was visualized in toto" means...(sm)
Complete thread -- Yep, too kind. I put only what I knew. Thanks for teaching me more! :-)
Complete thread -- Too kind....and yw.
Complete thread -- Wow. You have serious research skills, Q. TYSM!
Complete thread -- In the Find box click on the word jaw twice. The paragraph above
Complete thread -- side-biting ratchet fits description (see link)
Complete thread -- One needs a hyphen in "side-biting ratchet.........
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Schnidt ?
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- worked on her...working towards
Complete thread -- A s/l side biting ratchet was placed to open the jaw. TIA!
Complete thread -- plane of resection was identified with a s/l shnet. TIA!
Complete thread -- mp3 help. two blanks. pls sm.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ?single-agent as a chemotherapy (vs added chemotherapy)
Complete thread -- Thanks everyone. I think it is Renaphro and Epogen.
Complete thread -- Thank you both. /nm
Complete thread -- could "ween-oh" be renal or reno? As in renalvite or something like that?
Complete thread -- Or maybe Epogen
Complete thread -- Sounds like maybe Neupogen but not sure what the first part is.
Complete thread -- Patient began a regimen of s/l ween-oh-fine-ep-oh-gen. TIA!
Complete thread -- I THINK there might be a significant error in one of the sentences...
Complete thread -- 3 ounce -The 3 ounce water test is frequently used as a dysphagia screening method by
Complete thread -- I agree. Patient was on relapse from substance abuse. Thank you very much.
Complete thread -- 3-hour swallow study?
Complete thread -- La Amistad maybe? No context, so hard to guess.
Complete thread -- wav file uploaded. pls sm.
Complete thread -- Pt w/possible stroke. Performed a s/l 3-out swallow study while she was in ED/sm
Complete thread -- maybe acid? (trying to help but not personally familiar)
Complete thread -- adjuvant chemotherapy
Complete thread -- mp3 uploaded to double check 1 word. Thank you!
Complete thread -- Oh, I agree with you. However, a lot of helpers give answers without telling (SM)
Complete thread -- yes, but one would think since the doctor is referring to parts of the leg s.m.
Complete thread -- no apology necessary!
Complete thread -- OP may not know to put the word "muscle" with it, since (SM)
Complete thread -- Did you find your answer?
Complete thread -- or the word as you have it typed with the word muscle after it
Complete thread -- gastrocnemius (calf muscle)
Complete thread -- research the muscles of the leg...
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- hallucis longus in the order of 4 to 4+/5. *gastrinemia* strength appears full,
Complete thread -- or maybe even AODM (adult-onset diabetes mellitus) ?
Complete thread -- i'm thinking flyes (see link)
Complete thread -- flies or flyes or flys??
Complete thread -- Yes. It sounds so clear after you posted! Thank you!
Complete thread -- IDDM= insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus
Complete thread -- Fast-speaking doctor is dictating the patient's
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- could chole=colic?
Complete thread -- see message I put on your post below
Complete thread -- contrast was injected. (not calculus)
Complete thread -- Message to OP
Complete thread -- Says again at end of long jog. Tethered cord syndrome is right! Thanks to both!!
Complete thread -- distorted from chronic *chole*, had some hydro.
Complete thread -- "to a* (2 different areas of nose) link shows pictures. Consider wav sm)
Complete thread -- sorry lb, should have refreshed my screen.
Complete thread -- I am finding that thickening of filum terminale can be associated with "thethered cord
Complete thread -- oh yea, I meant the first sentence OP had V-lock - not that it was dictated with her blank
Complete thread -- through a?
Complete thread -- not your s/l but all I can come up with is tethered cord syndrome.
Complete thread -- s/l *piller cortsner*
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- hemitransfixion was created *to a* transfixion incision using a Joseph
Complete thread -- also - it is "agranulocytosis" all one word
Complete thread -- from the context, it sounds like methimazole (and it is "Graves' or Graves" not "Grave's")
Complete thread -- s/l nifinidole
Complete thread -- thanks
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Complete thread -- yes, okay - that's a legit EKG finding.
Complete thread -- just says "and left axis" - ok here
Complete thread -- wonder is "x" is meaning axis. Looked around 4 soleus muscle but
Complete thread -- disagree, did not dictate (V-Loc) V-Loc™) perhaps just additional info given. nm
Complete thread -- agree psoas hitch=psoas hitch useful technique for bridging a defect
Complete thread -- Heineke-Mikulicz (V-Loc) V-Loc™
Complete thread -- I think Heineke-Mikulicz fashion. Can give exact op title
Complete thread -- psoas hitch is what I hear
Complete thread -- humm, "IT" may have it Stemmer' (since mentioned "toe" in text sm
Complete thread -- Thanks...
Complete thread -- a vertical _______ fashion
Complete thread -- perform a ______. In order to aid
Complete thread -- addendum sm
Complete thread -- Off-compendium= off approved FDA drug use
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- Cancer...Med...S/L...ESL
Complete thread -- Romberg sign, Stemmer sign? See list from Stedman's Rehabilitation Words
Complete thread -- do you have a s/l or a city/town?
Complete thread -- PE exam: s/l summer's sign or Somer's sign or swimmer's sign?
Complete thread -- Lasix renal scan?
Complete thread -- moiety
Complete thread -- PPROM? (pronounced 'P-PROM' and usually means preterm premature rupture of membranes
Complete thread -- loss of the renal _______ as well as carry the risk
Complete thread -- obstruction on _____. She was offered
Complete thread -- complicated by *Pee prominence* for non-reassuring
Complete thread -- Pls check your WAV - has personal info including pt names on it
Complete thread -- mp3 help. name of hospital. Pt is from florida. pls sm.
Complete thread -- Ever heard of X score in Rehabilitation SM TIA
Complete thread -- She had apparently 2 attempted epidural injections. She _____. The p ...
Complete thread -- Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- anybody? ...
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Complete thread -- She was a full time employee with the Home Depot as of 11-03-06 in the ...
Complete thread -- anybody? ...
Complete thread -- She was a full time employee with the Home Depot as of 11-03-06 in the ...
Complete thread -- bundle of pipes
Complete thread -- prepped for surgery and may require s/l skew postoperatively. TIA!
Complete thread -- rode horses....in the capacity of department manager
Complete thread -- Prior to her work with the Home Depot ____ extensively and was very ac ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I think I hear "She has a singular case of injury, ostensibly occurring
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. not in the net though. ...
Complete thread -- The patient has a history of employment with the *Home Depot* Company. ...
Complete thread -- the insurance is homes and management services
Complete thread -- anyone? ...
Complete thread -- Bakersfield (i think) ...
Complete thread -- Insurance is _____ Services ...
Complete thread -- The examination, production of this report, editing, dictation were ac ...
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Complete thread -- I don't think articular. Epidural?
Complete thread -- can it be "cervical steroid articular injection"? ...
Complete thread -- steroid ________
Complete thread -- He developed neck and back pain the following day and had received sev ...
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- oops...probably too late
Complete thread -- What is the sentence following 6.2.
Complete thread -- White count was s/l 16 or 60 plus 6.2. TIA!
Complete thread -- , gentler, passing stopped at certain point
Complete thread -- wav file help. EGD report. pls sm.
Complete thread -- GTPAL annotation of G4, T1, P1, A1, L4. This could also be written as 4-1-1-1-4.
Complete thread -- I agree with Q. I'd not separate the first one by a comma.
Complete thread -- I think (IMO) it would be topical/inhaled.
Complete thread -- Link for archives
Complete thread -- Just found a book that describes topical inhaled steroids. Thanks!
Complete thread -- topical inhaled steroids or topical/inhaled steroids (see hits for both) see context
Complete thread -- see link...shows letter&number separated by commas or just numbers with hyphens
Complete thread -- I would type as 3, 3-0-0-3
Complete thread -- Great ears! I tried and couldn't get it at all.
Complete thread -- GTPAL 3-3-0-0-3
Complete thread -- s/l GDPL 33003
Complete thread -- ok, that's what I was learning towards. THanks!
Complete thread -- I'd say is (since she has been having issues, her daughter is not happy...
Complete thread -- is/was s.m.
Complete thread -- sorry not coming up with anything
Complete thread -- This...
Complete thread -- what is said directly before this?
Complete thread -- Labs...S/L
Complete thread -- also - it might be "protective" cab window - though it didn't protect this guy very well
Complete thread -- lol THANK YOU from a city girl. :)
Complete thread -- I think the commas are great. :)
Complete thread -- cab window of a combine (a combine is like a tractor/farm equipment thingy)
Complete thread -- Pt with eye problems
Complete thread -- Is this how you would put commas here?
Complete thread -- oooh, I didnt even read that.
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- trocar & obturator (2 things were removed)
Complete thread -- D: The trocar and the obturator to the trocar 'were' removed. Is 'were' correct?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- The patient's physical exam sounds so good, R U sure respirations are irregular?
Complete thread -- lower extremity and pulse?
Complete thread -- posted again
Complete thread -- okay - awesome. Thank you :)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Still hear old wav?
Complete thread -- aneurysm palpable. ______ examination shows 1+ bilateral
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- (means Loss of vision in a quarter section of the visual field of one or both eyes)
Complete thread -- I think quadrantanopsia is wrong though, on further looking.
Complete thread -- Quadrantanopia, quadrantanopsia, or quadrant anopia is what I found
Complete thread -- quadrat synopsia
Complete thread -- yes!! You're amazing. Thanks. :)
Complete thread -- is solidly healed.
Complete thread -- previous deep vein thrombosis
Complete thread -- Left brachial artery incision ______. The abdomen
Complete thread -- with phacodonesis?
Complete thread -- artery disease, pre ____ vein thrombosis
Complete thread -- flagged
Complete thread -- help with subdural hemorrage surgery, plse sm
Complete thread -- *** added MP3 ***
Complete thread -- ophthalmology - SM
Complete thread -- Thank you, both, for your input. nm
Complete thread -- aaak. iliac
Complete thread -- ilial runoff?
Complete thread -- referring to iliofemoral arteries
Complete thread -- ileo
Complete thread -- are they saying vop or single letters v-o-p?
Complete thread -- ? venous occlusion plethysmography
Complete thread -- That's what I had but wasn't 100% sure. Thanks a lot for confirming.
Complete thread -- I hear 'visible' not 'invisible'
Complete thread -- "The only (in)visible" portion of the ear canal??
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I came back this morning to research this one as the doctor was so
Complete thread -- cringing pain?
Complete thread -- Thank you!!!
Complete thread -- routine views on L-spine - AP, lateral, bilateral oblique views and a coned down.
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- Pt presenting with left shoulder pain
Complete thread -- CEAP classification link (for archives)
Complete thread -- Yes, that iscorrect (see link)
Complete thread -- "VOP" demonstrates a spina bifida occulta (lumbar x-rays). Please SM
Complete thread -- Thanks, poi, but no. I thought of crescendo pain, but it's not that either.
Complete thread -- agree vis-a- vis "in relation to; with regard to".
Complete thread -- varicose veins of bilateral calves, bilateral thighs with a *C* class 2.
Complete thread -- excruciating?
Complete thread -- excruciating?
Complete thread -- Thanks. I remember my old supervisor telling us to hypenate it but that was 7 years ago...
Complete thread -- s/l "kren-zing" pain ...perforated appendicitis (see context)
Complete thread -- vis-a-vis cold and warm...
Complete thread -- Active surveillance, nephron-sparing surgery, and ablation were discussed. We
Complete thread -- agree with O
Complete thread -- I think he is using is fabella (a small sesamoid bone) as that would
Complete thread -- I've always done it as all one word
Complete thread -- s/l tip-a-nick biopsy (sm)
Complete thread -- I think they've got nothing better to do...just making a mess.
Complete thread -- Poll: light-headedness or lightheadedness? What's everyone using now?
Complete thread -- Darn. Thanks
Complete thread -- singular would be flabellum, plural
Complete thread -- He clearly says flabellas. There is an L in there. I can only
Complete thread -- I am actually on the fence. Can anyone give opinion?
Complete thread -- I guess proper plural is flabellum...
Complete thread -- meaning perhaps he has trace loss in the end range of horizontal abduction
Complete thread -- Evaluation of the right shoulder shows forward flexion is full. He has a trace
Complete thread -- I actually think this is it, flabellas, fan-like structures. Thanks anyway
Complete thread -- s/l flabellas
Complete thread -- Nevermind, I guess it makes sense to me now.
Complete thread -- In imaging, this is what I hear...(see message)
Complete thread -- oops, Yay!
Complete thread -- Yea! SEVERE hyponatremia! Thanks, everyone!
Complete thread -- Sorry, no.
Complete thread -- Thank you so much for trying, but I just can't hear that.
Complete thread -- can you post a sound file? maybe he's just stumbling there?
Complete thread -- true?
Complete thread -- Anyone familiar with a phrase like this: hyponatremia s/l THROUGH hyponatremia (sm)
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Complete thread -- is this some kind of a code? ...
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Complete thread -- Diagnosis: Keloid of right ear. Procedure: Radical resection ...
Complete thread -- good night and thanks. ...
Complete thread -- I can't get the first one, though I doubt gelatin sprays
Complete thread -- typo-gave
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Complete thread -- #2 I have her my cell phone
Complete thread -- The patient was awoken in the operating room and appeared to tolerate ...
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Complete thread -- flush - even or level, as with a surface; forming the same plane:
Complete thread -- yes, appears to be. Posting link as I don't have time to research
Complete thread -- All the ethmoid partitions were taken out ____ to the lateral nasal wa ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. REST caps? ...
Complete thread -- REST
Complete thread -- Based on the operative findings and the radiographic findings, I suspe ...
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Complete thread -- Oh good, I'm glad you were around.
Complete thread -- ???rhinolith-like phenomenon near the inferior???
Complete thread -- within the inferior portion
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Complete thread -- I think I hear "rhinolith-like phenomenon ____ inferior"
Complete thread -- The lucency on the CT scan is consistent with mucocele with an area of ...
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Complete thread -- The lesion involved .....with scalloped edges. (ck spelling on scalloped)
Complete thread -- The region involved the junction between the medial wall and the poste ...
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Complete thread -- #1 can't get #2 prior workup
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Complete thread -- The patient is a 62-year-old female ____ who recently had complaints o ...
Complete thread -- perhaps merely means kiwi(based food) comma, IVP dye as opposed to
Complete thread -- WAG. See if you can hear...extending from ___ 3 to the 9 o'clock position.
Complete thread -- No, I mistyped...s/l _____ extending from ______ 9 o'clock position
Complete thread -- the last part s/l "extending from the 9 o'clock position.
Complete thread -- phenytoin ?
Complete thread -- s/l fetitone
Complete thread -- we started arthroscopic evaluation first by establishing a posterior p ...
Complete thread -- Thank you. I realize this. However, he clearly says "kiwi-based". Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- most allergies are to iodine based IVP dye
Complete thread -- spinoglenoid notch cyst, rotator cuff tear
Complete thread -- Allergies include s/l kiwi based IVP dye. TIA!
Complete thread -- Got it. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- Diagnosis: Right shoulder pain, superior labrum anterior and posterio ...
Complete thread -- I did perform several microfracture puncture here in the lateral wall ...
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Complete thread -- "in the posterior portion of the repair to allow blood channels here to form,
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Complete thread -- Prior to this, I did rasp the area of the meniscus to get it to heal a ...
Complete thread -- I though it might have been tibial screws, but that would be a guess on my part
Complete thread -- A friend helped me find "highly sensitive" so that sounds correct. THX!!
Complete thread -- Yes! A friend helped me find it a moment ago too. THANKS!!
Complete thread -- i am hearing "____ screws" faintly? ...
Complete thread -- I did find hema-screen™ but that is a WAG
Complete thread -- ?finding some hits for highly sensitive (HSFOBT)
Complete thread -- I know he says "one anterolateral, one anteromedial", but I can't figure out one what
Complete thread -- The patient is due for colonoscopy. FOBHS (?) given x2. He will do one this week.
Complete thread -- full sentences before and after
Complete thread -- Limited debridement and medial meniscus repair. ...
Complete thread -- what is procedure?
Complete thread -- Fam doc says S/L "FOBHS" cards. I think he's talking about fecal occult
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- The tourniquet was elevated. The patient had ____ anterolateral and a ...
Complete thread -- #2 - fibers dropped out here on his MRI?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- slight difference in right to left side on...Lachman testing..
Complete thread -- The patient is a 23-year-old male with history of a knee injury. He c ...
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Complete thread -- age and the fact that we performed biceps tenodesis, debrided some?
Complete thread -- wav posted again. is he saying "effect from biceps tenodesis"? ...
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Complete thread -- I thought I heard peel back. Thanks for letting me know.
Complete thread -- cutting-block technique
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Complete thread -- I removed this and he had obvious subacromial spur for which we later ...
Complete thread -- anyone? ...
Complete thread -- We debrided the undersurface of the rotator cuff using a shaver. We d ...
Complete thread -- We then saw the subscapularis where it had peel back in this defect. ...
Complete thread -- what was it?
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Complete thread -- We saw that he had a small area of fraying of some supraspinatus but n ...
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Complete thread -- to remove
Complete thread -- a shaver to removal
Complete thread -- Once we noted this, we then placed a whipstitch in the biceps tendon t ...
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Complete thread -- from a defect at the
Complete thread -- Upon entrance, it was noted he had some anterior subluxation and obvio ...
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Complete thread -- problems?, continuing to have pain..
Complete thread -- The patient is a 77-year-old male with a history of left-sided shoulde ...
Complete thread -- came back and listened again and now hear *into the adjacent soft
Complete thread -- I hear "onto the edges" or " into the edges" (never heard "allowing or adjacent"
Complete thread -- maybe slurring first part Crif mycin + Clarithromycin
Complete thread -- clarithromycin? SM
Complete thread -- clarithromycin (Biaxin XL)?
Complete thread -- looks right to me :)
Complete thread -- s/l Crif-mycin XL
Complete thread -- Comma placement help...long sentence.
Complete thread -- In support..BoS 2 page 125...see link
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- funny, I just realized your link was my cut/paste :)
Complete thread -- I am not sure about my *allowing for* but I don't hear "into the" at all.
Complete thread -- Maybe: interval increase in size and infiltration into the adjacent soft tissues?
Complete thread -- Thanks very, very much for your great help
Complete thread -- allowing for the adjacent soft tissues?
Complete thread -- Yes, I think you're right! I couldn't hear that at all before...
Complete thread -- I think there is *adjacent* in there (not edges)
Complete thread -- this is incorrect -
Complete thread -- #1 allowing for the edges and...?
Complete thread -- #2 when
Complete thread -- mp3 uploaded - need help with couple of blanks re CT scan
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- One of the new hep C meds - I'm starting to see it a lot (that one and Simponi)
Complete thread -- Nope.
Complete thread -- Thanks all!
Complete thread -- either 0.016 inch or 16/1000 inch is correct
Complete thread -- I'd go with this one since the other one looks more like a metric measurement ?
Complete thread -- although google shows 16/1000 inch
Complete thread -- 0.0625 inch
Complete thread -- How would you write 16 one thousandths of an inch
Complete thread -- found this Ledipasvir-sofosbuvir (Harvoni (cap) link
Complete thread -- Harvoni - I did not see it when I looked in the archives, 90-400 mg for HIV
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- BoS 2 page 427 indicates to use capital 'X' ..so 3.5X (no space) see link for examples
Complete thread -- How do you type 3.5 X loupe magnification? 3.5X, 3.5x, 3.5-X?
Complete thread -- He's making a back formation (in this case a verb) of the
Complete thread -- sutures and *Brooked* the ileostomy
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- though I agree they shouldn't be hypermobile. I used the singular
Complete thread -- I dunno about mobile patellae, but mine crunch pretty impressively when I go up stairs. :)
Complete thread -- well, yes, I am old, and my knees just 'ain't what they used to be' - kinda like the old
Complete thread -- mobile patella can be okay...see link...the note in the box to the right
Complete thread -- haha...you're dating yourself lb. Mine isn't so mobile anymore either; however,
Complete thread -- I'm concerned about mobile patella. Would you want it to be mobile?
Complete thread -- Oooooh. If it turns out to be that, you should do a Snoopy or a woot, woot! :)
Complete thread -- no old = mobile?
Complete thread -- or not...lol Tired of thinking about this one.
Complete thread -- Can you post a WAV?
Complete thread -- Evaluation of the knee reveals no s/l old patella with nontender
Complete thread -- Can we get clarification of the s/l..was it "indy ack" or "indy A K" ? If it
Complete thread -- I agree with this one too
Complete thread -- s/l AK might be argon-krypton-ion lasers sm **
Complete thread -- I had considered that too, but when I researched S3, it is a
Complete thread -- It is a good possibility as it is closer to the s/l...see link
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I find an something called a "Nd:YAG" laser but haven't researched thoroughly
Complete thread -- Could you be hearing EVLT ? see link
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- IPL? The treatments for spider veins include laser and intense pulsed light (IPL?)
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- s/l *indy Ak* laser
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- see link..describes test...using the word 'infiltration' as to how
Complete thread -- wasn't arguing the hypen, should be 30-degree
Complete thread -- #2 - 30 degree
Complete thread -- anesthetic reveals *infiltration* of 11 mm in the right
Complete thread -- urethroscopy using the 30-degree lens
Complete thread -- #1 urethroscopy #2 30-degree
Complete thread -- still hearing old
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Complete thread -- and _____ was performed using a ____ length.
Complete thread -- Also s/b 22-French per BoS 2, page 75 see link
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- See link to Chicago Manual of Style...use of commas would be for
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- sure he's not saying "S3"
Complete thread -- craniocaudal?
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Complete thread -- A 22 French *stork* cystoscope was introduced
Complete thread -- I see no need for a comma
Complete thread -- where are the osteophytes?
Complete thread -- punctuation help please - any commas necessary?
Complete thread -- punctuation help please - any commas necessary?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- "radial pulse is" or "radial pulses"
Complete thread -- I hear: Radial pulses strong and equal
Complete thread -- neurological deficits noted. ______ strong and equal bilaterally
Complete thread -- I checked my books and found nothing that came close. If I hear it again, I will post a
Complete thread -- He is so clear that there was no question.
Complete thread -- body of the gallbladder?
Complete thread -- Thanks, O!
Complete thread -- Thanks, I edited to say that below.
Complete thread -- I did find a "Rhinelander guide" but I guess that's not what you're hearing?
Complete thread -- me neither. There are "Rhino" instruments, but I can't find any with "horn" or "guide"
Complete thread -- I can't verify "rhino horn guide" at all, caps or not.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- Does anyone know if Rhino Horn guide is capped, trademarked? I got
Complete thread -- I believe retic count can be absolute OR expressed as percentage.
Complete thread -- I don't know what you're hearing, but retic count is on a peripheral smear.
Complete thread -- added wav again
Complete thread -- Edited to add that reticulocyte would be on a smear...
Complete thread -- The reticulocyte count and percentage are one in the same, correct? (see message)
Complete thread -- old wav is still there
Complete thread -- superior traction. _____ placed in lateral traction
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Complete thread -- in the proposed line of incision
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Complete thread -- #1 - cross-table lateral x-rays
Complete thread -- Anaspaz? Aranesp? flag it?
Complete thread -- List of allergies.
Complete thread -- #2 The needles were removed (and it IS a wav)
Complete thread -- sorry this is a
Complete thread -- and ______ x-rays were obtained in order to localize surgical sites. ______ removed
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Complete thread -- straight (uh...) Williams and up-angled ____, and pituitary ronguers...
Complete thread -- thrombin-soaked Gelfoam
Complete thread -- prior to wound closure. ______ of Gelfoam was placed over
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Complete thread -- with straight of ______, pituitaries, rongeurs
Complete thread -- disc space was performed and a *Williams* was used to grasp
Complete thread -- *last* not lat
Complete thread -- and would reappear and lat for a while, then go away?
Complete thread -- Taylor (what I hear)
Complete thread -- Ummm... is there a sound file to go with this, or should we have ESP?
Complete thread -- respectively up to the L2-L3 facet joint. _____ retractor was placed
Complete thread -- Tacos el Gordo seems to be a Mexican restaurant chain.
Complete thread -- *taako elgodo's* restaurant in Encino? ...
Complete thread -- Insurance: ____ Insurance. ...
Complete thread -- Good night. Thanks. :-) ...
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Complete thread -- I have verified (see link) that after the nerve block, they
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Complete thread -- I feel he will benefit from a pair of bilateral ______compression support hose
Complete thread -- Yvw. :)
Complete thread -- Wow, speedy. TYSM!
Complete thread -- furrows...I googled...esophagoscopy "linear * rings" see link
Complete thread -- No linear s/l froze or rings seen. TIA!
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Complete thread -- In particular, scroll down to the pictures.
Complete thread -- Found this...makes me wonder if he said 18 cm2, but meant
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Complete thread -- if he is creating nipple/areola that is HUGE (I must be missing something)
Complete thread -- I can see/hear where you might be hearing square, but I am
Complete thread -- I can't get #1 or #2. Perhaps body of report will give you
Complete thread -- i am hearing "square", making it 18 cm2. Thanks for the effort ...
Complete thread -- #3 and #4 I think he's saying "period" (giving you punctuation)
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Complete thread -- link
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Complete thread -- I do hear *over the* but I don't have time to research for verification.
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Complete thread -- Da_n...Poi...I think he's saying double-crown tacks of the SorbaFix tackers....would
Complete thread -- Go with poi's ...double-crown tacks over the....as that makes
Complete thread -- OMG typo...s/b tacks not packs
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Complete thread -- Per poi's link, apparently s/b hyphenated...double-crown
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Complete thread -- If he's given previous medication(s)..he may be saying "as well in"
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Complete thread -- I hear double crown tacks (not davol) over the...not sure of the procedure
Complete thread -- I don't hear Davol..I hear "Double crown packs of the SorbaFix" see link
Complete thread -- Glargine 15 units 0.5 mL s/l S well in subcutaneous at bedtime. TIA!
Complete thread -- After full reduction was done and hemostasis was assured, a piece of 1 ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting us know.
Complete thread -- I hear 'invasion' as well
Complete thread -- disagree, I hear invasion.
Complete thread -- I found this from the Chicago Manual of Style..and while
Complete thread -- listen again, it was lamina propria "lesion", no muscularis propria invasion
Complete thread -- you were right to bring it up (for whatever reason) as wrong is wrong. I just found it
Complete thread -- I only bring it up because research data on patient
Complete thread -- s/l easter, clicks-- maybe "ejection clicks"
Complete thread -- ? exophytic back pain =growth of a tumor outward
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- I think you comma is misplaced at the end - positive urine cytology in left ureter,
Complete thread -- yeah, she clearly said 0
Complete thread -- Actually it is T1N0M0 (using zero not alpha 'O') see BoS 2 link page 55
Complete thread -- Found the 2nd blank! "lamina propria"
Complete thread -- Thank you! I'm tired and having trouble with this dictator. Appreciate your help!
Complete thread -- #1 - T1 "that's NO MO" (typed - T1NOMO) stage 0 to I (roman numerals for staging)
Complete thread -- I suppose there is no example of the possessive form of numerals in the BOS-2.
Complete thread -- Possibly lymphoproliferative invasion? That's a lot of blanks when you can't pause audio
Complete thread -- mp3 uploaded, needing help with ESL doctor (not understanding the staging, etc).
Complete thread -- Thank you for clarifying this. I will keep this for reference. :o)
Complete thread -- I think it might be R date (like release date)....not sure so will flag. thanks.
Complete thread -- Never mind. It's ADPKD (autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease)
Complete thread -- Think I might hear ___ date, don't know if that helps
Complete thread -- s/l "AD peak ED end-stage renal disease." Doc says s/l "A D peak E D"
Complete thread -- that was me - I had to reset my router so my moniker changed
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- no extra heart sounds, s/l easter, clicks, murmurs, or gallops. TIA!
Complete thread -- Unchanged. ________ determined by QME. Awaiting settlement of the case.
Complete thread -- BOS-2 page 283: (SM)
Complete thread -- PMH: s/l ex-oh-vin-ic back pain. TIA!
Complete thread -- single digit or single letter need the 's
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- I am unsure again of apostrophes when it comes to the age of a person and in years...
Complete thread -- I heard pliable" =easily bent; flexible.
Complete thread -- mp3... checking the word "pliable"...
Complete thread -- sure
Complete thread -- sorry, that should have said "Is it," not "It is."
Complete thread -- Thanks. It is "legal" to have commas before and after "which"?
Complete thread -- I would probably put one after which, but I also love my commas.
Complete thread -- Right. Without more info, we have zilch to go on.
Complete thread -- Is this punctuated correctly or do I need another comma after "which"?
Complete thread -- You're allowed to post full sentences as long as you don't identify the patient.
Complete thread -- Sorry...
Complete thread -- Doubtful. Please give the full sentence.
Complete thread -- I think it's...
Complete thread -- why do you think it is an ethnicity or related to African American? pls give full sentence
Complete thread -- Posted to early
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Complete thread -- In the City...
Complete thread -- since only one word is in quotes, I suspect you were right the first time.
Complete thread -- but, is that exactly what is dictated? the part "this seems to be a certain..." ? also,
Complete thread -- formerly from New York?
Complete thread -- Ethnicity S/L
Complete thread -- Me too.
Complete thread -- fluff to poi and o
Complete thread -- thank you very much
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Complete thread -- Yes ! Thank you!!
Complete thread -- Could you be hearing Pean (pronounced pee-on) scissors?
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- I extended the incision to the pulp of the finger to drain the
Complete thread -- totally agree with your thoughts on this. *fluff sm*
Complete thread -- Please do not take offense....bkloli was around when I happened to
Complete thread -- (it means the blood flow returns to the body part after tourniquet deflated)
Complete thread -- hyperemia (or perhaps "prompt hyperemia")
Complete thread -- nope, it's the puppybutt sittin' on the porch
Complete thread -- The patient’s tourniquet was deflated and **proper-emia** was noted to surgical site.
Complete thread -- thx, poi, I was beginning to think I wasn't a member of "the clique" ...sm
Complete thread -- just as you have it is fine, spelling out grains
Complete thread -- how to write Tylenol *grains 10*
Complete thread -- We rottweilers are all big dogs!
Complete thread -- is that the big dog
Complete thread -- hey O, what is your opinion on the Mp3? :)
Complete thread -- I've listened over and over and can't decide either way (not that anyone asked my opinion)
Complete thread -- well, the PET did show "metastatic disease to the mediastinum involving subcarinal nodes"
Complete thread -- or IAY = intrauterine artificial insemination (the "Y" sound m/be "I"
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- (patient could have met disease and still have "no adenopathy" I'd think
Complete thread -- Yep, I hear 'no" in there too.
Complete thread -- there was NO associated confluent - what I hear
Complete thread -- Thanks to all!
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks - that's what i thought but needed confirmation
Complete thread -- To bkloli
Complete thread -- eh...by the time my fingers got untangled, you already posted.
Complete thread -- iui -ItraUrine Insemination
Complete thread -- intrauterine insemination (IUI)?
Complete thread -- typo (small bowl)= bowel
Complete thread -- s/l *I-A-Y* therapy
Complete thread -- Wonder if it is ABThera ....see link
Complete thread -- ABThera
Complete thread -- s/l *epa thera* wound VAC
Complete thread -- Thank you! I really couldn't hear that at all! You're awesome!
Complete thread -- I don't hear *no*
Complete thread -- haha...I must have listened 10 times trying to here that!
Complete thread -- good reminder to check the archives
Complete thread -- gad, forgot to delete "pretracheal" was cut and paste
Complete thread -- addendum (there was NO associated confluent
Complete thread -- confluent (flowing together)pretracheal and subcarinal adenopathy
Complete thread -- mp3 uploaded, drawing blank...
Complete thread -- twas in archives
Complete thread -- indeed
Complete thread -- Post is consistent with a particular poster that doesn't bother to read the question.
Complete thread -- I was wondering why "closure" techniques, but...?
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- check into "Bebax shoes" - that's probably it.
Complete thread -- s/l * be-back* shoes for metatarsus adductus?
Complete thread -- is there some reason you don't agree with "wider"?
Complete thread -- consider flag to QA w/suggestion SS+sysemic sepsis =(catheter fever)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- best if can post a voice file. So far no luck, lumpectomy surgical closure techniques
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- if it's a long /i/ sound, "wider" would fit (esp. if a prior lumpectomy and recurrence)
Complete thread -- s/l "weider lumpectomy
Complete thread -- suprapubic tube, chronic *S S * need for change.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- #1 any missing *kind of* any; #2 *witnessed* (meaning the seizure was witnessed)
Complete thread -- pls disregard, hadn't listened to wave
Complete thread -- doses?
Complete thread -- okay
Complete thread -- two ?S
Complete thread -- Cerebellar (functions) cannot be tested.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Gait was not tested. Sensation is grossly intact. *Cerebella* cannot be tested.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- sorry sm, I see now that you posted the same suggestion inside
Complete thread -- I'd think the first one would be "taped" to be grammatically correct.
Complete thread -- to avoid nonsteroidals
Complete thread -- possibly...
Complete thread -- antireflux measures *toward* nonsteroidals and to continue
Complete thread -- Her anterior abdominal wall was *tape* with the *tape* to her shoulders
Complete thread -- It is valet parking! (I feel sheepish.) Thanks anyway!
Complete thread -- Patient in to see cardiologist for followup of her
Complete thread -- "OF" the DBX paste in the screw holes
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- thusly
Complete thread -- An inframammary incision was made down through skin and subcutaneous t ...
Complete thread -- fluff to poi
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- Thanks poi.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I was able to achieve full flexion of the knee... although still slightly tight at end
Complete thread -- She was then manipulated further into flexion with release of soft tis ...
Complete thread -- I hear "and further to strip it"
Complete thread -- R U sure he is not saying "any further to strip it.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- oops..no e. -- strip
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- further to stripe it. (screws get stripped)
Complete thread -- I felt it was best not to remove it and further ____. I was able to p ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- just in this little divot, but as I checked for range of motion, I found
Complete thread -- There was bone deep to this area but I did curette out the area where ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- bone laying down
Complete thread -- We removed this fragment and then curetted the area where that loose p ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- we were not
Complete thread -- She had significant pain at the medial side, we thought mainly from th ...
Complete thread -- syndrome?
Complete thread -- could he be saying distal clavicle coplaning/repair?
Complete thread -- She wasn't asking about a hyphen. She was asking if she should change coplane to coplanar
Complete thread -- google.com is your friend 'distal coplane or coplaning repair' No hyphen
Complete thread -- drugs.com phonetics came up with others like perisol, terrazole, etc so I
Complete thread -- Or you could enter on the google line....emoticon snarky....and you
Complete thread -- link -- pediatric+mental+health+screening+tools (if want to look around
Complete thread -- In the Find Box click on Simmons as you go through, but also
Complete thread -- I found this...Simmons Behavior Checklist...see link...and there
Complete thread -- no luck w/stedman 2nd psych/neuro/neurosurg under scale/score/test/ simmons/timmons
Complete thread -- yeah, I scrolled and scrolled, and scrolled, and... well, nothing there.
Complete thread -- I would leave as dictated
Complete thread -- Dr. always dictates, "distal clavicle **co-plane** repair..do I leave like this or
Complete thread -- what is that message supposed to be? cut/paste of something?
Complete thread -- ftr - this is not the same "anon" who was posting earlier!
Complete thread -- for archives Qunol CoQ10 softgels supplement
Complete thread -- lol - your guess is as good as mine I guess. had to flag it.
Complete thread -- whew - glad we got that straightened out!
Complete thread -- Sorry it was a slip of the finger. You are o not me.
Complete thread -- that's kinda what I heard too, but I didn't post since it's an allergy and it warn't
Complete thread -- hey - wait a minute - I'm 'o' and this was not me!
Complete thread -- I have to flag, but if anyone knows, I would love to document for future. tia nm
Complete thread -- Ok thanks. Other than what account specifics dictate I guess:)
Complete thread -- nowadays the "trend" is to do it without the eponymous possessive (i.e., no apostrophe)
Complete thread -- Homans or Homans'...is either acceptable? See inside.
Complete thread -- SM for further details.
Complete thread -- whatever it is, s/l she's not pronouncing it well, "might" be ferrosol
Complete thread -- hmm, I've only heard of the Conners scales - but (like Q says) more info might help us
Complete thread -- I found this link with a long list of student tests, but nothing that
Complete thread -- LOL - carry on....
Complete thread -- I am still waiting to find out what kind of cold this patient didn't think
Complete thread -- ok... I see them now - I had to pull up the old thread cuz I lost it when it fell off.
Complete thread -- I find something about a Simmons and Rosenberg...or Rosenberg and
Complete thread -- love those emoticons! We really do need a "like" and a "snark" button or emoticons
Complete thread -- Teacher rating scale for child "Timmons" or "Simmons" Scale. tia nm
Complete thread -- Moving on, thanks anyway.
Complete thread -- this is really just fluff to Q/poi - it goes with the thread that just fell off below...
Complete thread -- weird - I can hover over and read your inside post, but when I click on it, it is blank
Complete thread -- wav file, same patient, allergies. Thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks both of you. I had the period but then thought somehow the lesion
Complete thread -- I would put a period after fissure
Complete thread -- fluid
Complete thread -- wav file, I think I have it.
Complete thread -- Oh my....I had NO idea....I've read such ludicrous suggestions over
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- it was wooshing over my head, but I did catch it :)
Complete thread -- see message for my suggestion
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- Long sentence - Is this read ok for comma placement?
Complete thread -- thoraco is combining form for thorax so I would use thoracoscopic
Complete thread -- I would ignore doc and go with thoraco
Complete thread -- whoosh - there goes my post... right over Q's head.
Complete thread -- RR interval corresponds to heart rate, so the RR interval in milliseconds should
Complete thread -- Is it thorascopic wedge resection or thoracoscopic wedge resection?
Complete thread -- I was just thinking that the distance between and the QR and the RR on the
Complete thread -- more...
Complete thread -- I read a whole book once on the subject, but I dunno...
Complete thread -- I'm sorry, I must disagree. The similarity you point out does not,
Complete thread -- hmmm...seems so. (SM for fluff)
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- I'd say impossible to judge in this case.
Complete thread -- I don't do a lot of heart stuff, but shouldn't an RR interval be quite a bit longer than
Complete thread -- help with blood gas, please sm
Complete thread -- this is one of those situations...
Complete thread -- Yes, thanks! nm
Complete thread -- ok, now I found your RR too.
Complete thread -- googling intervals, all I see are PR, QRS, and QT intervals.
Complete thread -- can you hear maybe "RR interval"?
Complete thread -- EKG help: QT interval of 413 milliseconds "or an" interval of 125 milliseconds. SM
Complete thread -- then click link, choose "dosing tab" and that should be what OP was looking for
Complete thread -- there is a Broden’s view and a Harris axial view
Complete thread -- s/l broden harris and lateral fluro...
Complete thread -- Then what?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- and that is soooo similar to NanoCell-Q, with the 'AN' and 'LL' in there - it must be it!!
Complete thread -- put your exact post (w/o *) in Google and go to WebMD link (dosing tab).
Complete thread -- Thank you
Complete thread -- ooo! good - thank you!
Complete thread -- Could it be "to definitively diagnose a fracture plane that will help etc" ?
Complete thread -- thank you!! Yes, I agree. I think I'll be changing to "He desires...."
Complete thread -- ...CT scan to definitively diagnosis a fracture ______ "s/l plan?...
Complete thread -- offloading brace options (but "he would like to desire" sounds kinda strange, ESL?)
Complete thread -- s/l floating? brace options (sm)
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- 1- Staph aureus 2 - urinary (+ I'd spell out both staphylococcus and atrial fibrillation_
Complete thread -- FINAL DIAGNOSES: _______ , septicemia, VRE _______ infection, sepsis
Complete thread -- mag oxide 400 mg/*30 mL * - is this correct?
Complete thread -- I heard the file, he clearly spelled it out Y-A-N-A-L-L
Complete thread -- thanks all
Complete thread -- oops...collapsed
Complete thread -- oh, and per BOS, 55% to 60% (use % symbol on each)
Complete thread -- Scroll down to the 2 paragraphs below the abbreviations and acronyms
Complete thread -- Typo? "which MAY preclude"
Complete thread -- This might help support it...see link
Complete thread -- nice catch on the *may preclude* Q
Complete thread -- I did find that AR is a contraindication to TAVR (see link)
Complete thread -- I agree with TAVR - usually hear it pronounced 'taver'; he's saying more like 'tarv' but
Complete thread -- Don't know, but found this..."TOF procedure" see link...and he
Complete thread -- the TAVR procedure
Complete thread -- TAVR?
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I hear "even though"
Complete thread -- Yes, I meant apostrophes! lol. Thanks. Could not find rule in BOS 2 myself. Thanks again
Complete thread -- preclude her from undergoing ______ procedure .
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- Been there myself sometimes. Yw.
Complete thread -- I hear "during the V-tachs"
Complete thread -- Q, I have done a lot of research! LOL! My brain was frozen. Thanks!
Complete thread -- Yes, past. See OneLook link, right side of page, 2nd definition in the list.
Complete thread -- using Pradaxa ______ she does have severe valvular disease
Complete thread -- OMG! "is past" is correct, right?...I feel like a dork (see inside)
Complete thread -- point of nonsustained ______ V-tach
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- I think you are correct with docisim for exotropia
Complete thread -- It is...
Complete thread -- mid and upper abdomen, (where, stumbles) some mild prominence
Complete thread -- for which the catheter extends to the pelvis and is coiled ______.
Complete thread -- Ophthalmologist note
Complete thread -- Eye Exam
Complete thread -- Small bowel loops _______ abdomen ______ prominence
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- which _______. There is diverticulosis of the colon.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- no adrenal masses
Complete thread -- his polycystic kidneys and cysts in his liver.
Complete thread -- s/l I hear generalized in there, but can't determine if it goes with the 1st sentence or
Complete thread -- unremarkable on the CAT scan. ______ kidneys are all polycystic and
Complete thread -- which did show ______liver.
Complete thread -- flagging
Complete thread -- polycystic kidneys
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Two questions
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- break in?
Complete thread -- the past and autoimmune _______, left ear. He had an
Complete thread -- brachial?
Complete thread -- a cycler
Complete thread -- The patient is not aware of any _____ technique.
Complete thread -- The patient normally uses ______ at home.
Complete thread -- thanks a lot for the suggestion. I can't send any wav file, I'm having ...
Complete thread -- On googling I find reference of immobile facies which would
Complete thread -- Also what is the next sentence?
Complete thread -- can you give a phonetic s/l..for instance "fay-sees moh-bee" or ???
Complete thread -- Suretac trademark specimen, see link.
Complete thread -- s/l "feces mobi"
Complete thread -- Yes, Suretac. It googles well as ...Suretac anchor shoulder...
Complete thread -- Please and thanks
Complete thread -- s/l suretac ?
Complete thread -- If you mean apostrophes, yes (cos I don't see no hyphenations, lol)
Complete thread -- I specifically meant transcription rules. Are the latests ones as example above? Thanks
Complete thread -- Is hyphenation/non-hyphenation correct? ..in the 1900s. The 1900's village....
Complete thread -- Will leave it as I typed. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I also wonder if I am hearing 'was redone' correctly. Thanks.
Complete thread -- I edited 'recent' to 'recently. Is punctuation there correct?
Complete thread -- Thanks. None of these sounded like it. Sorry I figured everybody was still asleep!
Complete thread -- (for passthru)LRINEC =LRINEC (Laboratory Risk Indicator for Necrotizing Fasciitis)
Complete thread -- Listen for -patient became hypotensive on the cath table
Complete thread -- yeah, when I google 'rnac score' - (SM)
Complete thread -- ?so restless?
Complete thread -- Hi passthru. It's been a while since I've *seen* you here. Do you
Complete thread -- sorry it's already posted below
Complete thread -- Check LRINEC nm
Complete thread -- normal saline probably...
Complete thread -- restless
Complete thread -- The patient became sorastis on the cath table and started desatting...
Complete thread -- AKI...s/l normocillin at the rate of 75 mL/h. TIA!
Complete thread -- recurrence score?
Complete thread -- typo LRINEC score (not scope)
Complete thread -- Can you post a link of what you found. When I googled for
Complete thread -- I found this about LRINEC scope, but have no idea how it
Complete thread -- RNAC score?
Complete thread -- s/l ourneck score
Complete thread -- s/l ourneck score
Complete thread -- Thanks for your help.
Complete thread -- DIC = disseminated intravascular coagulation
Complete thread -- I think DIC is correct. google it with FFP for definition
Complete thread -- Got 1 of them (SCD-sequential compression device)
Complete thread -- Need to expand 2 abbreviations but not understanding them...
Complete thread -- GI bleed, hematochezia.Consider s/l skew intermediate versus s/l 5B intermediate.TIA!
Complete thread -- o geez - I guess I'm pretty late on this... just passin thru
Complete thread -- can you hear "real" versus contaminant?
Complete thread -- are you saying Yanall might really be NanoCell-Q? Why?
Complete thread -- oh you... *should have known*...well you did compare us to rottweilers so it
Complete thread -- What is patient's problem/diagnosis?
Complete thread -- ? I wonder if AL refers to autolysis
Complete thread -- oh wow poi it is territorial around here, obvious nm
Complete thread -- not to use, may be "reading" Yanall=dietary supplement NanoCell-Q™ = CoQ10
Complete thread -- BL may be slanging BL=beta-lactamase as in extended spectrum beta-lactamase (ESBL)-
Complete thread -- There is "ESBL" gram-positive cocci, but I've not heard it as "BL" ?
Complete thread -- s/l BL or AL ?? i can't tell . . .
Complete thread -- Good night and thanks. Sweet dreams. ...
Complete thread -- Good night!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. yeah you answered it. by mistake posted again. ...
Complete thread -- sleeping is not good....(Didn't we answer this thread below? Or is
Complete thread -- posted. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- Your WAV is not there.
Complete thread -- If the lower back pain is increased, the pelvis pain has increased. _ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- garden
Complete thread -- She is depressed. She is unable to ____ to do outdoor activities. It ...
Complete thread -- Oh, good.
Complete thread -- yeah sounds like "next section bold". Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Poi, if you are still around, would you take a listen to see if you can confirm this?
Complete thread -- For #1, could he be giving the instructions of "next section bold"
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort. ...
Complete thread -- I checked drugs.com and got no luck with phonetic search nor
Complete thread -- Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- He spells #2 as "Yanall"
Complete thread -- In that case she should change "disc protrusions have" to "disc protrusion has"
Complete thread -- Medications: ____, Norco 10/325 and ____. ...
Complete thread -- We seem to be picking on you, but we're just trying to help..in that
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot ladies. ...
Complete thread -- another note - there was be only 1 disc protrusion (not protusions) at L5-S1
Complete thread -- Some don't like semicolons. It can also be just a comma or 2 sentences.
Complete thread -- sleeping is not good
Complete thread -- Sleeping is not good; she complains
Complete thread -- If the lower back pain is increased, the pelvis pain has increased. _ ...
Complete thread -- Just in case...in your first sentence, when he says "There
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- nevermind, it does make sense.
Complete thread -- wait, that doesn't make sense
Complete thread -- have increased when compared to the prior exam. The thecal sac narrowing has progressed
Complete thread -- Thanks for the correction. ...
Complete thread -- s/b neural foramen (or plural foramina) ... and adjective neural foraminal narrowing
Complete thread -- There was moderate narrowing of the left neuroforamina. At L4-L5, the ...
Complete thread -- Barrows Physical Therapy in Madera CA...about 20 minutes from Fresno
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I find a Barrows Physical Therapy in Fresno...see link
Complete thread -- Fresno ...
Complete thread -- I'm wondering if it is the name of a physical therapy place. What city
Complete thread -- Before her surgery, she was referred to ____ physical therapy as well ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- He treated her condition
Complete thread -- She went to her family practice physician, Dr. John Stone. He has sin ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I THINK I hear "getting up, straightening out (period)"
Complete thread -- She remembers having difficulty getting up ____. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- He spells the last name, Buddle
Complete thread -- At the time she heard a pop, her supervisor, Denise ____was there at t ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- wow, what is your problem? She was just trying to help you by answering
Complete thread -- Were you looking for the name? It is Dr Tirso Lara
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- #1 Fort Lauderdale #2 East Fort Lauderdale office
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Dr Tirso Lara
Complete thread -- Dr. ____, a retina specialist in ____, was contacted, and will be able ...
Complete thread -- Dr. ____, a retina specialist in *Florida*, was contacted ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- I think I hear"Complications was a deep pass in the sclera..etc"
Complete thread -- 1. Left lateral rectus recession of 9 mm. 2. Previous extraocular ...
Complete thread -- What is the surgery?
Complete thread -- Complications: ____ in the sclera of the left eye. ...
Complete thread -- but without first c, lol
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- abscence
Complete thread -- The right eye was then tested using traction testing and the complete ...
Complete thread -- I am both "sm" and "nm." It's very confusing to see something like that
Complete thread -- I found both 'superior oblique overaction' and 'inferior'...but I can't
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Found this about "oblique overaction" see link...
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- For the 2nd part I only hear "right _________ reaction"
Complete thread -- in the "Find" box click on paresis...
Complete thread -- sounds like "Right superior oblique paresis with right inferior ob ...
Complete thread -- Right superior oblique paresis with (I'm working on the next part, but see link)
Complete thread -- Right inferior oblique recession. ...
Complete thread -- What is the procedure being done?
Complete thread -- Preoperative diagnosis: ______ ...
Complete thread -- To explain - "nm" posted suggestion of "previously seen" , but asked
Complete thread -- I don't understand. Is this a misplaced answer to original question?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- nose
Complete thread -- I think I hear "a ___ trimmed cartilage"
Complete thread -- anybody? ...
Complete thread -- There was a concavity noted on the right lower lateral cartilage and t ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. As the nasal tip was also exposed, it could be a ...
Complete thread -- previously seen ? (where in the anatomy are we?)
Complete thread -- The OP was asking about "as needed"
Complete thread -- The cartilages were noted to be bulbous and wide which contributed to ...
Complete thread -- see link
Complete thread -- beads ? (technically called "granules," but can imagine dictated as beads)
Complete thread -- use lansoprazole with removal of the s/l bees the capsule. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort. ...
Complete thread -- I actually use that as one word, antiinflammatories.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- sorry, I can't get it.
Complete thread -- I hear "bilateral inguinal hernia repairs. Post is the same."
Complete thread -- The patient was seen in consultation with desire to change the appeara ...
Complete thread -- Thanks
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Or could he be saying "...inguinal hernia(s) (paragraph)"
Complete thread -- Or could he be saying "....inguinal hernia(s) (paragraph)"
Complete thread -- repair can be in procedure and not i diagnosis. confused now. ...
Complete thread -- I think he might be saying "repairs". I do not hear 'mass.'
Complete thread -- posted above. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- Preoperative Diagnosis: Bilateral inguinal hernia ____ mass. Po ...
Complete thread -- Clip too short. Please post a longer WAV.
Complete thread -- Preoperative diagnosis: Bilateral inguinal hernia ____. ...
Complete thread -- NEW FDA Namzaric (Alzheimer) (memantine & donepezil) sm
Complete thread -- Wonder if ER (emergency room staff) placed the catheter earlier??
Complete thread -- does not read right. "iatrogenic pigtail catheter"
Complete thread -- I think it's supposed to be plural "mid-lung zones bilaterally" if I'm
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- Google wildcard search offers 'zone' as an option...see link
Complete thread -- Yes..it is serving as a compound modifier of followup.
Complete thread -- crackles in mid lung s/l jon bilaterally. TIA!
Complete thread -- Would you hyphenate as needed in this sentence?
Complete thread -- yes typo ! thanks !
Complete thread -- I'm sure it's a typo...but "trial."
Complete thread -- Avastin if his brain mets are stable?
Complete thread -- If he does not qualify for the trail I will offer him pazopanib or
Complete thread -- I'll bet you nailed it!
Complete thread -- venesection?
Complete thread -- See your original question below for 'sm's' question and idea.
Complete thread -- I wonder if it is "__?__ resection" (but I'm just not sure). Sry
Complete thread -- polycythemia
Complete thread -- It came through on the WAV.
Complete thread -- Your mp3 did not come through.
Complete thread -- It is not clear to me if patient had _____ and was treated with blood
Complete thread -- It does NOT sound like MR Staph to me. It does sound like "ER" but
Complete thread -- The chart mentions ______ in the past
Complete thread -- what is the procedure being performed?
Complete thread -- wow thanks so much
Complete thread -- secondary to ______ Staph.
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- It SOUNDS like the resection of apical blebs and
Complete thread -- I couldn't hear your suggestion, so I did flag both. Thank you, again!
Complete thread -- Don't know #1, but no hyphen for 1 cm
Complete thread -- but, when it comes to allergies & meds, I'd flag it if not 100% sure.
Complete thread -- could be, using the hand to compress/fill the bag? sounds okey to me.
Complete thread -- #2 I think I hear
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- no hyphen on African American either (per BOS)
Complete thread -- 7. 'might' be ergotamine ? can't figure out 10 at all (see link, might help)
Complete thread -- OK thanks.
Complete thread -- No. I would not use a comma there.
Complete thread -- List of allergies. (2 s/l)
Complete thread -- Is comma needed after 54-year-old here?
Complete thread -- saline solution and *hand-bagged* to 30 cm of water with no
Complete thread -- iatrogenic pigtail catheter placed in right lung parenchyma secondary to *E R staff*.
Complete thread -- Multiple ?s
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- Note hit #2 where it says, "once the fascia over the fascia lata"... or said
Complete thread -- This is what makes me think "fascia lata fascia" ..see link...and
Complete thread -- tissues down to lateral fascia, which was incised... (I think this is it on the 9th try
Complete thread -- soft tissues and bilateral fascia ?? or soft tissues down to the lateral fascia? hard
Complete thread -- I think I hear "fascia lata fascia"..(see what you think)
Complete thread -- the soft tissue _____ fascia
Complete thread -- also, on 'theatre' - SM
Complete thread -- 1st is: obtained by patient and family. Patient was then...
Complete thread -- 2nd is "was placed
Complete thread -- yep, he says it as "poorolent"
Complete thread -- obtained. _______ he patient AND patient _______ posterolateral on
Complete thread -- Nevermind! I just got it. "purulent material"
Complete thread -- mp3 uploaded...not quite getting... thank you!
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- stumbles after oral as uhhh same efficacy
Complete thread -- would switch to oral with same efficacy
Complete thread -- continue Zithromax and _______. Will discuss with pulmonary
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- Breath sounds present is what i hear?
Complete thread -- silhouette, possible (needs a comma in there)
Complete thread -- no focal pneumonia. interstitial process
Complete thread -- ray shows ______ pneumonia - silhouette possible interstitial _______.
Complete thread -- Neck is supple. _____ breath sounds.
Complete thread -- striations
Complete thread -- Patellofemoral articulation: ____ of the cartilage, grade 1 chondroma ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- s/l open-"fluted"
Complete thread -- Next, in a separate procedure, an arthroscopic distal clavicle excisio ...
Complete thread -- thanks a lot ...
Complete thread -- oops...here's link
Complete thread -- and the difference between
Complete thread -- This journalism entry says since not full title
Complete thread -- Because of the patient’s pain in her knee and mechanical symptoms, she ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I'm not sure if highway patrol is capped...you'll have to check that
Complete thread -- Highway Patrol officer who lives an active etc
Complete thread -- The patient is a pleasant 59-year-old retired ____ officer who ____ ac ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I think I hear...handpiece to (not of) the incision, it was confirmed
Complete thread -- Having deployed the MicroTip and handpiece of the incision, ____ patho ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Clean up is possible...such as "for example" rather than "as an"...but
Complete thread -- The patient was given options including continuing his physical therap ...
Complete thread -- To "nm" - I'm sure the OP's praise was for you...my post just
Complete thread -- Let me just say you are FANTASTIC! This report had me frazzled. TYSM!
Complete thread -- could #3 be decrementally (see link)
Complete thread -- i.e. valve excursion appears (no "and")
Complete thread -- (1) valve excursion ? (2) dimensionless index ? (3) discrepantly ?
Complete thread -- AS. s/l valve ex curse and appears restricted with a s/l die man sin-ell-ess TIA!
Complete thread -- I think he gives the year as 2015....(which if you do too would require a flag)
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- He seems to just be saying "where there is hypertrophy"
Complete thread -- The MRI of the cervical spine done on September 16, 2013 showed multil ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- and traction
Complete thread -- Chiropractic treatment as well as TENS unit ____ have helped him some. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- supplement he is out of the medication?? Maybe he is saying
Complete thread -- he was given Mobic, Lortab, and Flexeril. ...
Complete thread -- do you have his other medications?
Complete thread -- Wishing you a Happy and prosperous new year 2015 to you. ...
Complete thread -- He also takes Tylenol to supplement ____ medication. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for listening. I did try similar searches, just wanted to make
Complete thread -- clearly saying dexamethazine but can't find ZINE spelling sm
Complete thread -- you need a cancer drug list source. Chemocare.com (one of several)
Complete thread -- Include atenolol, Levoxyl, phenobarbital, ____________, and pravastatin.
Complete thread -- You sound just like my 4-year-old! I hear that so much from him.
Complete thread -- agree (w/rt)prosody, agitated. (pitch, loudness, tempo, & rhythm in speech
Complete thread -- might have been trying to say Tryptophan depression, bipolar
Complete thread -- THANK YOU AGAIN!!! And again I win!!
Complete thread -- They do give some occasions for spelling out the number such as pgs 277-278.
Complete thread -- page IX, near the bottom under "new in the second edition"
Complete thread -- check out this link to BOS2 and you can search on numbering
Complete thread -- Sorry, see message
Complete thread -- One more Style question ~
Complete thread -- Got it now: Sesamoid joints. Thanks
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- Hallux valgus and bunion deformity of foot.
Complete thread -- sporadically
Complete thread -- sorry for posting twice
Complete thread -- prosodically agitated?
Complete thread -- prosodically agitated?
Complete thread -- I ended up flagging... just can't hear that, but probably meant it! :)
Complete thread -- thank you! :)
Complete thread -- I know they have DAS-II and say T score or T scale. see inside. Just do not know if that
Complete thread -- I can
Complete thread -- episodically?
Complete thread -- I hear T score a lot, now checking on your 2 scale.
Complete thread -- Based on a *** "T scale" vs "2 scale" *** measure of IQ?
Complete thread -- s/l [purposodically] agitated
Complete thread -- THANK YOU!! I win!!!
Complete thread -- 8.0 tube, 24 at the lip. Thanks so much! it was not O2 but 8.0 tube
Complete thread -- Thanks. He does not say any periods so that makes a world of sense!
Complete thread -- I think it'd be intubated with an 8.0 (tube size) to 24 (cm) at the lip.
Complete thread -- the first way
Complete thread -- per BOS2 it would be G1, P1-0-0-1
Complete thread -- Some please settle an argument......Fertility report:
Complete thread -- Intubation - question the 8 O2?
Complete thread -- It didn't sound like titrate - had to blank it, thanks
Complete thread -- could this be something to do with "titrate"?
Complete thread -- He is now pain free. S/L TRYDA or TRYTA will be kept at a low dose to
Complete thread -- fluff to lb
Complete thread -- fluff to O
Complete thread -- Too late to tell you "go with nm's suggestion", but not to say I'm sorry I gave you the
Complete thread -- under the curve of 2 and Taxol at
Complete thread -- Happy New Year, lb!
Complete thread -- you're welcome!
Complete thread -- Thanks Q!
Complete thread -- Thanks, Oscar, for sharing all that information about references you would recommend.
Complete thread -- Thanks for helping and Happy New Year!
Complete thread -- I think she's saying "T1 Taxol at" (T1 being the stage of cancer)
Complete thread -- mp3 uploaded ... thanks for helping!
Complete thread -- From what I am finding +0 (also written plus 0) are part of
Complete thread -- I'm working on it, and will post if I find it, even though too late.
Complete thread -- NM. Moving on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Thank you very much... Happy New Year to both of you!!!
Complete thread -- angry, example, the dishes in a certain way
Complete thread -- example, the dishes in a certain way.
Complete thread -- Hip fracture surg...femoral component, s/l plus zero spacer was utilized. TIA!
Complete thread -- wav file help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- Oh good! I'm glad you agree, since I gave up... and glad to help.
Complete thread -- ^ that still might be what he's saying - just mumbly/slurry ^
Complete thread -- I can hear it now. It is "posterior weightbearing surface." Thanks a lot for the help.
Complete thread -- I'm trying to hear "posterior weightbearing surface" but I can't... quite.
Complete thread -- "posterior --something-- surface" is the best I can do so far...
Complete thread -- Wav file help. pls sm.
Complete thread -- okay, ex-prem
Complete thread -- baby born 6 weeks ago after 34 week gestation, doc calls baby an ex-tram??
Complete thread -- I expect to be a couch potato tomorrow, but do wish you all well for
Complete thread -- No question, just a wish for a Happy New Year to my peers. Hopefully
Complete thread -- No hyphen with "fairly pain free" because of the adverb (see
Complete thread -- Thanks. I have never heard it before. Lucky I found it.
Complete thread -- ooh... glad you found it. I was going to suggest "Surbaugh" and found a similar question
Complete thread -- Instrument Makar... Thanks anyway. Weird one.
Complete thread -- the tourniquet and s/l instermaka leg holder were applied
Complete thread -- Yes, you got it right. Google accompaniments EEG, comes up on a lot of pages.
Complete thread -- never mind, pretty sure it is accompaniments
Complete thread -- EEG, cannot tell if "accompaniments" or "complements"
Complete thread -- suggestion
Complete thread -- Long sentence....comma placement correct here?
Complete thread -- Thx.
Complete thread -- agree with no hyphens in your context
Complete thread -- high signal and high grade...no hyphens needed here??
Complete thread -- could it be "really" instead of "early"? or maybe means the pain is in the morning when
Complete thread -- sm for my long reply
Complete thread -- knee pain
Complete thread -- Thank you :-)
Complete thread -- 55% to 60% according to the BOS.
Complete thread -- what is the correct way to type EF of 55 to 60 percent?
Complete thread -- Oscar, any medical book you would recommend for continued learning?
Complete thread -- Yes...
Complete thread -- pegfilgrastim (Neulasta)
Complete thread -- Breast Cancer Medication...ESL
Complete thread -- feels pressure if he doesn't use ear popping with ....
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- oops...there is a blank between ears____uses
Complete thread -- Thanks for letting me know.
Complete thread -- I think he changes "had also" to just "also with muffling and
Complete thread -- Says more clearly later progressive and advanced dementia.
Complete thread -- This is a very pleasant 49-year-old Caucasian male with no improvement ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- on multiple nasal medications in the past
Complete thread -- This is a very pleasant 49-year-old Caucasian male with no improvement ...
Complete thread -- I find "progressive adult dementia" ....but just in case I'll keep looking
Complete thread -- Thank you!
Complete thread -- I'm doing an exact phrase search. Here's the link...You scan from page 1 forward and
Complete thread -- Progressive and s/l add-unt dementia. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- tonsillitis, is wanting tonsillectomy etc
Complete thread -- This is a very pleasant 22-year-old Caucasian female with longstanding ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I hear "in the normal ridges of the right neck"
Complete thread -- The patient’s scalp mass and planned excision was marked and subsequen ...
Complete thread -- I know, right?
Complete thread -- Continue the arm bar?
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot ladies. ...
Complete thread -- So much for that idea. LOL
Complete thread -- haha...I am the OP
Complete thread -- Sry, I couldn't get it when you 1st posted. Perhaps poi might know.
Complete thread -- did you happen to hear this one Q?
Complete thread -- poi is correct about "allow for" not "allowed for"..I missed that
Complete thread -- feathering (see link, section 'aspiration' 3rd paragraph
Complete thread -- allow for feathering
Complete thread -- Ultrasonic-assisted dissection and liposuction was performed to debrid ...
Complete thread -- man, you'd be surprised how many MTs don't know the 3x rule.
Complete thread -- Thanks for answering my question.
Complete thread -- We do not expand MRI, CT, etc. Very rough to learn the ropes as there is no consistency
Complete thread -- mp3 posted
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- glad you got a chuckle :) Not captain obvious to me as hematocrit does match s/l.
Complete thread -- more info...
Complete thread -- s/l Ann Margaret???
Complete thread -- um... hematocrit?
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- Labs: Hemoglobin 8, s/l Ann Margaret 22, platelet 427. TIA!
Complete thread -- thank you! :)
Complete thread -- Yes, proteus is a genus of bacteria.
Complete thread -- proteus? pls sm
Complete thread -- fluff to lb
Complete thread -- maybe they do, that is why I was curious :) If they don't, I don't
Complete thread -- and, if you "must" - then I'd put Ear, Nose, and Throat, and not change wording.
Complete thread -- right... you don't expand those, (or 'we' don't) so, I would not expand ENT.
Complete thread -- just curious...when those are the instructions, do you expand CT, MRI, etc?
Complete thread -- we must exand everything under assessment and plan, diagnosis or not
Complete thread -- agree w/both bkloli posts - I wouldn't expand, but if I did I would put Ears, Nose, etc.
Complete thread -- and, if I had to expand (in whatever case) I'd put Ear, Nose, and Throat (not the oto...)
Complete thread -- I would not. Usually that applies only to a diagnosis. I'd leave it as ENT.
Complete thread -- in assessment and plan section, abbrev not allowed... would you expand "refer to ENT"
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- I'd change it to not certain as to the cause of the patient's symptoms, if you can recast
Complete thread -- Never mind...It's lop ear deformity
Complete thread -- Or maybe it's something deformity and no piriform
Complete thread -- This was noted to have a substantial improvement in the s/l*latte-piriform*.
Complete thread -- Would you rephrase this or leave as dictated?
Complete thread -- thanks so much!!
Complete thread -- OATS procedure
Complete thread -- Past history is positive for right knee surgery x1. It was an OCD lesion with s/l
Complete thread -- "flexion and extension" said fast? or maybe "pain with hip flexion at each step"?
Complete thread -- She has negative straight leg raise of the lower extremities bilaterally. She is
Complete thread -- tibial beaking makes sense (to me)
Complete thread -- ? tubercle
Complete thread -- Thanks so much.
Complete thread -- I hear "period" and then a mumble, then "The patient has...
Complete thread -- wav file, this is in the middle of Physical exam admission for shortness of breath.
Complete thread -- What? Who's a clique? bkloli was backing you up! (and you need a hyphen in '4-member')
Complete thread -- vertical?, furuncle?
Complete thread -- woot woot (glad to help)
Complete thread -- Bingo! Thanks, O!
Complete thread -- fluff to O
Complete thread -- fluff to lb
Complete thread -- on the i-STAT (hand-held blood analyzer for doing bedside chemistries)
Complete thread -- Oooh, I got excited, but no go. Thanks, though!
Complete thread -- focal lesion? tibial peaking?
Complete thread -- There is some mild posttraumatic arthritis in the ankle with a s/l furcle lesion and
Complete thread -- could it be isosorbide? Is there an isobid?
Complete thread -- I'm grasping...flagging this!
Complete thread -- Okay, how about "ice bed"? She is febrile at 101.4.
Complete thread -- I am seeing reference to keeping the sample on ice after the draw.
Complete thread -- Lactic acid on the ***ice ___*** 0.64. (see message)
Complete thread -- imaging. I gave ... dosage was negative. I gave 12 mg (what I heard)
Complete thread -- There was intravascular uptake with live imaging ____ lidocaine test d ...
Complete thread -- nvm. Got it. Thanks doctor-doesn't-enunciate.
Complete thread -- 6-day-old baby exam
Complete thread -- female who has kind of recurring dysuria..sling was placed; removal of just this portion
Complete thread -- female who has ____ dysuria ____sling was placed ...
Complete thread -- anybody? ...
Complete thread -- The patient is a 75-year-old female ____ sling was placed. She has a ...
Complete thread -- changes than we can appreciate on the x-rays
Complete thread -- good job.
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- my try inside
Complete thread -- I then evaluated the posterior horn of the medial meniscus. It initia ...
Complete thread -- Extensive debridement and partial meniscectomy/meniscal trephination _ ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- cutting and twisting
Complete thread -- The patient with a history of right-sided knee pain with occasional ca ...
Complete thread -- Thank you for the info.:)
Complete thread -- thanks for the link.
Complete thread -- by the way, free .pdf download of the 10th edition of The Gregg Reference Manual here.
Complete thread -- ...pounds, and therefore I think it is reasonable...
Complete thread -- mid weights or mid-weights??
Complete thread -- its me...gapjoj (or whatever I used to be). unplugged my modem for 2 days
Complete thread -- pounds; and, therefore (is what I'd do.
Complete thread -- Not sure of comma placement here??
Complete thread -- Who were U b4?
Complete thread -- It's almost always used that way in medicine, actually.
Complete thread -- agree. new English dictionary/site needed if "aver" is not included in it.
Complete thread -- avers - to affirm positively
Complete thread -- averse?
Complete thread -- he vehemently "a-vers" (short a) that he takes all of his medications. nm tia
Complete thread -- yes, but it should be "than we can appreciate" not "then."
Complete thread -- yes, it does
Complete thread -- s/l appreciate?? Does this make sense here?
Complete thread -- It's the 4 member clique.
Complete thread -- good call, O. (new ID for me) so here I am anew. be forewarned.
Complete thread -- might have been late, but might help someone in archives in the future.
Complete thread -- nice guess... but you did notice it was sent in with a blank 24 hours ago?
Complete thread -- my guess, referring to a healthcare iinsurance plan (plan Y)
Complete thread -- make that, no *apostrophe*
Complete thread -- no hyphen
Complete thread -- lifting mechanics education or lifting mechanics' education?
Complete thread -- there is Implanon a hormone that prevents ovulation any cancer problem
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- The patient became injured while at ...
Complete thread -- The patient presents for correction of a tarsometatarsal joint disloca ...
Complete thread -- That's the closest I could find.
Complete thread -- I find an Invokana (still checking others)
Complete thread -- Nope...she's way too old. But, thanks! ...
Complete thread -- Could it be birth control - Implanon?
Complete thread -- Diabetes med
Complete thread -- never mind. Sending it blank.
Complete thread -- "he is a plan Y. " sm
Complete thread -- i-STAT Handheld Point-of-Care Test for the Rapid Detection of Early Pregnancy
Complete thread -- Fertility ~ She had an s/l ESAT performed, one s/l fat esat negative..." ????
Complete thread -- TYSM!
Complete thread -- set 14= the respiratory rate setting..see link..in the search
Complete thread -- Thanks for sharing
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestions. Going to have to flag and move on.
Complete thread -- Ventilator: Tidal volume 500, s/l set 14, FiO2 35, and PEEP 5. TIA!
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- associated?
Complete thread -- WAG...??consistent??
Complete thread -- has s/l uh-sis-ee-of history of assaultive behaviors toward his teacher. TIA!
Complete thread -- I think it's probably jack. Thank you both.
Complete thread -- jack? (maybe it was jacked up?)
Complete thread -- Thank you guys. I listened to 'slash', could not hear it. Will turn in. Thanks again.
Complete thread -- shank?
Complete thread -- I've had docs say that certain drugs contain Tylenol when they actually mean
Complete thread -- Tractor-trailer load fell off its s/l shack and pinned the patient underneath. TIA!
Complete thread -- I'm late- but I'd flag that.
Complete thread -- I don't think they'd give Norco & Lorab, maybe he corrected to Norco?
Complete thread -- They are the same drug so maybe saying "slash"?
Complete thread -- Shoulder surgery. This is as dictated. Does not make sense to me though.
Complete thread -- Metoprolol 175 mg b.i.d. for pt. with transplanted pancreas & kidney/sm
Complete thread -- NM, I found Sarna, which must be it.
Complete thread -- Using an over-the counter lotion called "sarta" for rash. Any ideas?
Complete thread -- regadenoson
Complete thread -- Interesting, link inside!
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- Chuckle for the night: Save a lamma.....= sevelamer.
Complete thread -- Flagging and moving on. Thanks.
Complete thread -- Nuclear stress: Abnormal s/l ray-guh-duh-nose and myocardial perfusion. TIA!
Complete thread -- I just felt the OP should know Alpentin is not a U.S. drug. I do
Complete thread -- Xcuz me. #1 drug companies in U.S.have companies worldwide sm
Complete thread -- Be aware Alpentin is not a U.S. drug..see drugs.com
Complete thread -- duplicate post...see above
Complete thread -- Why is Alpentin prescribed sm
Complete thread -- ? Alpentin (gabapentin)
Complete thread -- Sounds like ralpentin 100 mg capsule by mouth daily for pain
Complete thread -- Sounds like ralpentin 100 mg capsule by mouth daily for pain
Complete thread -- ooops without the X in front, didn't get deleted
Complete thread -- „XSenokot (slurred) ?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- We're having roast leg of lamb, and I'm drinking Bailey's in my coffee (holiday cheer) so
Complete thread -- actually it is "... acute dysarthria (period). Fever, left shift."
Complete thread -- I hear "Fever, left shift."
Complete thread -- thanks - he didn't quite pronounce like that so thoughtmaybe I was missing something
Complete thread -- Might not be nationality..might be some sort of description of patient. But I can't
Complete thread -- Can you tell from the patient's last time what nationality he might be?
Complete thread -- The first word is "period" as in the punctuation mark..dysarthria.
Complete thread -- acute dysarthria _______ gentleman who
Complete thread -- see link...fibrinogen
Complete thread -- s/l fibrinagain within normal limits
Complete thread -- nothing wrong with a good argument to make people think sometimes (sm)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- I also find Black Draught (see link)
Complete thread -- Could he be saying, She is on a bunch of laxatives...?
Complete thread -- She is on "banchoff" laxative
Complete thread -- Q you argue too much
Complete thread -- I agree (and simultaneously posted above) that the
Complete thread -- How old is the patient. I ask because with so many
Complete thread -- disagree also, sounds like younger boy is also his legal guardian
Complete thread -- I disagree..."who he is" is incorrect..."who is" ...
Complete thread -- has a younger boy who HE is also his legal guardian and
Complete thread -- agree with ltt..Most of the time content in that aspect. ?? - ltt
Complete thread -- Do not know your s/l, but you have a problem in the first
Complete thread -- ..by his mother and having symptoms. Most of the time content in that aspect. ??
Complete thread -- symptoms most of the time _____ in that aspect
Complete thread -- In case not a typo, s/b GliaSite (see link)
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- subcarinal ?
Complete thread -- SGPT
Complete thread -- mildly enlarged sub *corella* lymph node.
Complete thread -- phosphatase 443, SGOT 46, ______ is 66, total bilirubin 0.5.
Complete thread -- radiation ?
Complete thread -- I recommended to the patient and his wife that he undergo a repeat MRI ...
Complete thread -- :)
Complete thread -- Thanks so much for your help Q.
Complete thread -- really was this a holiday roast or holiday cheer
Complete thread -- I do find there is a T4N2aM0 and T4N2bM0...so I think he is
Complete thread -- Trying to see if it might be T3 to a T4N2a/b-bM0...still looking
Complete thread -- I'm having trouble verifying 'ab'
Complete thread -- Could he be saying T3 to a T4N2?
Complete thread -- T3 to ab4N2ab dash bM0 rectal SCC. TIA!
Complete thread -- Thank you! I hope you have a wonderful holiday too.
Complete thread -- Too bad we can't make p-T-thir-tee-one = p-T-three-N-one. Ah well. Hope you
Complete thread -- Thanks Q. He says "thirty-one". Going to flag and move on.
Complete thread -- I never thought so for a minute, and I doubt anyone else did either.
Complete thread -- I find there is a pT3....and there could be something like a subgroup...see
Complete thread -- Thanks for your help.
Complete thread -- Yes, I can hear it now too: ... semi-solid, is not fluctuant. A healed abrasion....
Complete thread -- and not fluctuant (not and does not flex)
Complete thread -- The area is semi-solid and does not flex. _____ healed abrasion is noted....
Complete thread -- Pancreatic cancer stage pT31 --- 31??? TIA!
Complete thread -- Oh, I didn't mean any of this in a mean way, and hope no offense was taken.
Complete thread -- I do think so...click on the 'benefits' box
Complete thread -- Could this be it....hMatrix....see link
Complete thread -- Thanks Q. Was hoping he'd give another clue, but he did not. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- I couldn't find it. So sry.
Complete thread -- "H" matrix membrane
Complete thread -- Bless you!
Complete thread -- No suggestions per se, but I'll try and help.
Complete thread -- looking for PCP doc in Maine s/l Shib-er-an-goo-shoo-kay-be-swoz TIA!
Complete thread -- No prob...I too was trying to humorously participate...Merry Christmas to you, as well!
Complete thread -- Q...
Complete thread -- Craniotomy yielded a gross total resection.
Complete thread -- I was only addressing lb's plural issue.
Complete thread -- Craniotomy ___ a gross total resection ...
Complete thread -- plural = reindeer, reindeers, yes; but reindeer's?
Complete thread -- Plural per googling is both reindeer and reindeers.
Complete thread -- I was biting my tongue (fingers) over that one all morning! (Eight reindeer's... what?)
Complete thread -- It is the 'editor' in me, but shouldn't this be Eight reindeers? :)
Complete thread -- But aren't there usually 9 reindeer? Dasher, Dancer, Prancer,
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- I'd say no commas are necessary.
Complete thread -- There is a 2nd smaller lesion at the conus. Does this need a comma anywhere?
Complete thread -- The fire is so delightful, let it snow, let it snow, let it snow
Complete thread -- Mistletoe, kissing under the mistletoe, husband brought home cookies for Santa and a
Complete thread -- Found it in my head. SM
Complete thread -- Thank you both!
Complete thread -- Of interest, Merriam-Webster shows 5 different pronunciations
Complete thread -- ?devotee (day-voh-tay)
Complete thread -- devotee (see link)
Complete thread -- devote (deh-voh-tay)...let me check spelling
Complete thread -- Patient is a painter and also a s/l deb-luh-tay of making hook rugs. TIA!
Complete thread -- thrombotic?
Complete thread -- Just for the sake of discussion, I don't see that *more*
Complete thread -- curious how did you find pulp space fracture (finger), I couldn't.
Complete thread -- Thanks for the suggestion. Can't post audio. Flagging and moving on.
Complete thread -- on second thought, best to post voice file
Complete thread -- post wav. A guess Lutembacher syndrome Sinus venosus atrial septal defect (ASD)
Complete thread -- History of s/l lum-bot-ix disease. TIA!
Complete thread -- more with the hyphen there (which is the way I still do it)
Complete thread -- ypu just might have it. most common diseases treated with Imuran are dermatomyositis
Complete thread -- Merry Christmas, lb... God bless you and yours!
Complete thread -- To you as well, lb.
Complete thread -- And to all, a good night. Merry Christmas!
Complete thread -- I didn't so I guess that was good. Thanks
Complete thread -- I would use BoS's instruction (no hyphen noun or adj)...less to remember
Complete thread -- Actually there is still a *live* trademark on Hi-Torque Floppy registered to
Complete thread -- thanks, lb
Complete thread -- I understood it not be hyphenated when dealing with people, I thought they might
Complete thread -- see link - but since they didnt give the brand name, I'd probably go generic too.
Complete thread -- BOS-2 page 16 and pg. 367 (SM)
Complete thread -- Found this interesting link...tho waiting to see gapjoj's
Complete thread -- no, not according to BOS. Lemme find the page.
Complete thread -- In this instance, wouldn't After an be hyphenated?
Complete thread -- I have no specs on this kind of thing - I went with generic per my own rule of thumb...
Complete thread -- Go with account specifics....for my client it was Hi-Torque Floppy as
Complete thread -- I may have figured it out..
Complete thread -- s/l emeren
Complete thread -- Thank you guys!!!
Complete thread -- capitalization/spelling question -- Guide wire: 0.014 Hi-Torque floppy.
Complete thread -- I think I hear "was copiously irrigated"
Complete thread -- , copiously irrigated, and
Complete thread -- Menisectomy, debridement of ACL, and chondroplasty of patella.
Complete thread -- pulp space?
Complete thread -- ...
Complete thread -- increasing adenopathy in both groins and his neck region, definitely worse in his groins
Complete thread -- for the record, I was stating O and Q had the great minds.
Complete thread -- Caesars? (Atlantic City)
Complete thread -- a place one can buy cocktails in the nj area
Complete thread -- In the search box type ....HER2
Complete thread -- Oh, just found AMA Manual of Style nomenclature and they show
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot! Will type w/o hyphen then.
Complete thread -- Oops...see link
Complete thread -- PubMed has over 2000 articles without the hyphen before
Complete thread -- Thank you.
Complete thread -- fluff to Q
Complete thread -- I don't believe the hyphen before '2' is needed...I'll go look for confirmation
Complete thread -- Is this typed correct? HER-2/neu-positive lesion
Complete thread -- fluff
Complete thread -- for the archives it definitely is and quite common to see shoulder pathology
Complete thread -- It is now one word in Dorland's as well.
Complete thread -- *great minds*
Complete thread -- oops, I ended up repeating your suggestion.
Complete thread -- I would consider editing it this way:
Complete thread -- I like O's suggestion better than mine
Complete thread -- Thank you both for your great suggestions!
Complete thread -- No, it doesn't make sense (to me) (sm for suggestion)
Complete thread -- Wonder if he might have been saying "volar plate fracture" see link
Complete thread -- no - I'd take out the comma after groins and...
Complete thread -- Does sentence make sense as dictated?
Complete thread -- Not only is the confirmation appreciated, but I liked being able
Complete thread -- I wondered that too. Probably because the link is foamy and we were looking for frothy
Complete thread -- views demonstrate (no s) and no comma
Complete thread -- hardware, status post or hardware status post?
Complete thread -- I know there is light reflex, maybe using a red filter for various visualizization?
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- oh - good point - I didn't read carefully and see it was "bursal", was thinking "bursa"
Complete thread -- that's what I meant.
Complete thread -- I think the color of the light would look red, so I think it is okay IMO
Complete thread -- s/l back on consult
Complete thread -- agree w/ oasis bursal space, decreased much better word flow
Complete thread -- Could "trace" be "space"? (...tenderness over the bursal space, decreased...
Complete thread -- yes, and thank you! nm
Complete thread -- pick-ets might be "pickups" and "zol-in-idrate" is maybe "silver nitrate"?
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- I think "trace" goes with "tenderness" so I'd put a comma before it and a semicolon after.
Complete thread -- good find! I searched too yesterday and did not find that one.
Complete thread -- meant to add...this is removal of multiple skin tags. nm
Complete thread -- knee exam - s/l trace
Complete thread -- heavy ESL doc. Iris scissors, "Pick-ets, and zol-in-idrate" application. tia nm
Complete thread -- accept Mr. back in _______ . Plans were explained to
Complete thread -- ok thanks so much
Complete thread -- s/l "relatively than what I would expect" (ESL grammar issue?) Relatively what I would
Complete thread -- ...as in frothy secretions seen on CT scan.
Complete thread -- From yesterday: frothy secretions. How did I miss this while searching. (see link)
Complete thread -- IMPRESSION: _______ than what I would expect 10 days after surgery
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- 1
Complete thread -- Onfi - I got it. Thanks
Complete thread -- ?? catheterization? Really unsure. I dislike this guy!
Complete thread -- sounds like onesie onasee -on a sea - three syllables
Complete thread -- "pull space fracture" "pulse-based fracture" ?? s.m.
Complete thread -- nevermind, I think it is !
Complete thread -- CT angiography and had ________. He does have history of
Complete thread -- "Chest x-ray shows a right humeral head, well defined sclerotic focus."
Complete thread -- breastfed one word? ...
Complete thread -- She has been pregnant once and breastfed her child for about 2 to 3 we ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- stumbles and ends up saying "light MAC anesthesia"
Complete thread -- Procedure in detail: The patient was given ____ MAC anesthesia. The ...
Complete thread -- I strongly doubt it, BJMO
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- during the interview and examination
Complete thread -- can it be "end-to-end examination"? ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I think I hear "during the interview and"
Complete thread -- GENERAL: This is a 67-year-old male. He is very pleasant and coopera ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- appreciable murmur
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- HEART: Sounds are regular with no ____. He has normal S1 and S2. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks Q!
Complete thread -- Okay under HEENT
Complete thread -- Yes.
Complete thread -- should I make a new heading for dentition part or can i write it under ...
Complete thread -- HEENT: Pupils are clear, equal, round, and reactive to light. There ...
Complete thread -- This might be better link.
Complete thread -- Seems reasonable...see link
Complete thread -- Following s/l empiric postoperative monitoring, patient will be discharged TIA!
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Bingo!
Complete thread -- straight
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot ladies. ...
Complete thread -- nice and relaxed, a gentle manipulation _____
Complete thread -- I think I hear "nice and relaxed, a general manipulation ?state"
Complete thread -- The patient was placed under general anesthesia. When she was _____ w ...
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort. ...
Complete thread -- Per this sample report there is a "light reflex" (see link), but
Complete thread -- I find "red reflex" in Dorland's, but it is referring to eyes. So
Complete thread -- wav posted. Thanks. ...
Complete thread -- Colonoscopy ...
Complete thread -- What procedure is being done?
Complete thread -- The cecum was identified by a *red reflex* in the right lower quadrant ...
Complete thread -- Yes!
Complete thread -- peau d'orange
Complete thread -- peau d'orange (is like orange peel)
Complete thread -- Breast Exam...ESL
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Bethesda
Complete thread -- He went to the emergency room that evening at ____. in Florida. ...
Complete thread -- typo heard (not head)
Complete thread -- I should add, I have head of replacing one lens with another.
Complete thread -- I feel I should say that if what poi hears is correct, there
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- to the ______ already present. (Can you determine from
Complete thread -- to the lens that was already present?
Complete thread -- what is he saying in #2 blank in thread below? wav posted again. Thank ...
Complete thread -- Sorry. What is he saying in #2 blank? wav posted again. ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- Miostat
Complete thread -- Then, anterior vitrectomy was performed. ____ was injected into the a ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- was loaded into the injector and injected
Complete thread -- Alcon MN60AC, power 13.5 diopters _____ into the anterior chamber post ...
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. ...
Complete thread -- I think I hear "limited best corrected vision"
Complete thread -- The patient was found to have limited ____ vision secondary to corneal ...
Complete thread -- I'm not having any luck. Can you post a WAV?
Complete thread -- Trying to verify "farmer stitch"? archives said not in Tessier, that was only reply
Complete thread -- I think you misread gapjoj's post. She spoke of
Complete thread -- there is demand ischemia; there is not troponin demand
Complete thread -- clique, I believe poster meant as confirmation for wonderword
Complete thread -- flu-like symptoms.
Complete thread -- I worked with her for a little over 10 years, and it was very tense in our little room of
Complete thread -- Question discussed 3 threads above this one.
Complete thread -- Not well expressed. See link for what I think he *means*, but would not edit IMO
Complete thread -- thank you very much
Complete thread -- He may be referring to elevated troponin due to demand ischemia..see link..note
Complete thread -- sounds okay. there also is troponin demand ischemia (google troponin demand)
Complete thread -- That's it. He just said again.
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- The patient’s troponin are likely *demand* in the setting of respiratory failure, hyp
Complete thread -- rehabbing sounds okay, remodeling, rehabilitating the house. slang, so not sure what you
Complete thread -- Patient with coronary artery disease, hypertension, and hyperlipidemia.
Complete thread -- wait a minute - maybe I dated Rocky Davis and I'm just conflusi
Complete thread -- I meant to say, that is a guess, but I think it fits
Complete thread -- Tamiflu
Complete thread -- patient was treated with *tammy* fluid and antibiotic therapy.
Complete thread -- Shouldn't have posted twice...
Complete thread -- Thanks!
Complete thread -- makes sense - there might be (theoretically) a link between IVF and breast cancer
Complete thread -- Breast Cancer Risks
Complete thread -- Breast Cancer Risks
Complete thread -- I would bite you if I were a Rottweiler, but I'm just a puppybutt sittin' on my porch.
Complete thread -- LOL - biteme
Complete thread -- guess best way to know is post a wav?
Complete thread -- like wonderword posted above? (but at least we know the page number
Complete thread -- Good thought, O, but nope...it's an "aw" sound...frawthy.
Complete thread -- seen=since
Complete thread -- could it be "further" secretions? (seen we're comparing to prior exam)
Complete thread -- can google.com plus phrase the helper gave you
Complete thread -- how's that gonna help us know if frothy secretions can be seen on CT?
Complete thread -- can google the word secretions + define
Complete thread -- Tessier surgery word ook pg 1100 shows Rockey-Davis incision
Complete thread -- I saw this on googling too.
Complete thread -- blank on #10 is reindeer
Complete thread -- callus? (ignore ingrowth)
Complete thread -- ingrowth?
Complete thread -- Oh man - I got it. Lupron. Never mind. :)
Complete thread -- Med for birth control, I think, that s/l lopron?
Complete thread -- tib fib fracture and Maisonneuve fracture x-rays
Complete thread -- that's a good way to put it. thanks. Your former co-worker sounds scary s.m.
Complete thread -- really? HUGE difference between Rocky and Rockey!
Complete thread -- I did find this...sm
Complete thread -- sorry for the misplaced caps on my cut and paste
Complete thread -- Yeah, but frothy?
Complete thread -- Just saw this after I posted...Thanks! ...
Complete thread -- it's Tru-Pull Lite
Complete thread -- Donjoy Tru-Pull Lite Knee Brace?
Complete thread -- Will flag. Sounds pretty clear, but.... Thanks!
Complete thread -- Have you heard of Adreser, an herbal (supplement?). I cannot verify this.
Complete thread -- Endobronchial secretions seen on CT scanning had no functional significance;
Complete thread -- google hip sourcil
Complete thread -- has me scratching my head! Sorry, don't know and can't find anything either.
Complete thread -- more info
Complete thread -- more information? complete sentences/body part?
Complete thread -- sounds like foo-po-light orthotics
Complete thread -- okay, thank you so much :)
Complete thread -- Rockey-Davis incision
Complete thread -- okay, both seem to be on medical sites on google and I have not found in my Stedman's
Complete thread -- I've always gone with Rocky ?
Complete thread -- I am gonna go with Rockey-Davis incision unless I hear otherwise :)
Complete thread -- anyone know?? archives has both as well as google
Complete thread -- SORRY, not OP... accidentally tagged that last post as OP! sorry!
Complete thread -- thnx
Complete thread -- maybe you should tell her all that?? show her you care, point out the mistakes and not
Complete thread -- Holiday Sing-A-Long Have a jolly, holly holiday
Complete thread -- is it.
Complete thread -- I believe that
Complete thread -- maybe saying "formalized"?
Complete thread -- rotator cuff tear
Complete thread -- ESL...s/l Frothy secretion (on a CT angiogram) see message
Complete thread -- Oh, I know. I've caught many of my own (thankfully before sending) and can't imagine what
Complete thread -- just venting, trying to handle it, but seems to be the same as the other s.m.
Complete thread -- is it Rocky Davis incision or Rockey Davis incision? I am finding both and trying to
Complete thread -- Yup. I know. It's kind of a weird situation. we were co-workers but s.m.
Complete thread -- I think we would all be horrified at some mistakes we make that are not caught.
Complete thread -- thank you. Can you tell me where you find this??
Complete thread -- I can see once, but all the way through? I typed likely hood yesterday, but caught it!
Complete thread -- Oh, did not realize you were her sup... if that is the case, then you have the ability to
Complete thread -- Then, I think she needs to be written up with consequences up to and including firing.
Complete thread -- sounds like a situation I was in when I worked in small hospital and MT worked there for
Complete thread -- Yeah, that's what I thought, too. I'm flagging it. Thanks!
Complete thread -- I'd say its pretty big - 88 or 54 is a HUGE difference from 88/54.
Complete thread -- The thing is I'm her 3rd supervisor who has told her to slow down, proofread, don't s.m.
Complete thread -- I guess "huge" is in the eye of the beholder.
Complete thread -- line of angle of sourcil (sclerotic weight bearing area of femoral head)
Complete thread -- That type of mistake on a BP is huge, I cannot see it happening and someone
Complete thread -- Thanks...
Complete thread -- s/l ** ter - SEAL ** or ** sue - SEAL **
Complete thread -- agree - no doubt
Complete thread -- If I worked with someone that long, I'd feel comfy talking to her about the errors,
Complete thread -- hairline 1 word
Complete thread -- he stumbled, closed with..uh...Scarpa fascia and deep fascia were closed
Complete thread -- in-stent re-stenosis no doubt
Complete thread -- S/L...ESL...
Complete thread -- were closed with a _________. Deep fascia was closed
Complete thread -- really, mistaking an "or" for an "over" is not that huge... I can see it happening.
Complete thread -- THank you
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- I've worked with her for the last 7-1/2 years; I know her very well. Small hospital.
Complete thread -- straight transcribing
Complete thread -- Oh myyyyy, ding, ding, ding, we have a winner!!!
Complete thread -- How do you know this person has been doing this for over 20 years?
Complete thread -- If you can't run with the big dawgs, sit your puppybutt on the
Complete thread -- and this was through the entire report, several times...
Complete thread -- When you get "aloe graft" instead of allograft, then you let me know...
Complete thread -- oh... wait, I was looking into 10 L/day not 30 L... that's huge, I dunno if it's possible.
Complete thread -- is this straight transcribing or editing?
Complete thread -- with a lot of heavy diuresis, I think it is not outside the range of possible.
Complete thread -- might as well sit on the toilet all day! lol
Complete thread -- I know but this person makes sooooo many simple mistakes. If it was occasional s.m.
Complete thread -- O, you are so right! Our minds can go to sleep for a split second, and sh*@& happens!
Complete thread -- Is this possible?
Complete thread -- chill... we all make mistakes, even when we've been doing it 20 years.
Complete thread -- Sorry but if I don't scream this I'm gonna lose it. Just saw s.m.
Complete thread -- Patient with CHF...
Complete thread -- Urine output of 331,395 mL over 10-day hospital stay? That's over 30 L/day?
Complete thread -- think I have to flag this one
Complete thread -- thanks so much
Complete thread -- The fascia was closed with ______ and skin was closed with running Vicryl sutures in
Complete thread -- aspects were checked and found to be hemostatic.
Complete thread -- Great. Thank you Oscar!!
Complete thread -- At the completion, all ______ was hemostatic.
Complete thread -- will do!
Complete thread -- Pat yosef on the back, O
Complete thread -- After completion, the mammary ______. The pericardium was ______. At this time,
Complete thread -- good deal!
Complete thread -- no, no it is not a stumble - it is "through the tunicas" ! woot woot
Complete thread -- not sure, but maybe he's saying epididymis ?
Complete thread -- I think the first part is repeating/stumbling on "through the" but then what? s/l goose?
Complete thread -- not sure, but he says the "right" vas was identified. still listening for your word tho
Complete thread -- WAV now posted.
Complete thread -- _____ 2 proximal anastomoses were constructed using running...
Complete thread -- median sternotomy .... harvested from the leg and the leg closed
Complete thread -- incision made and carried down through the "thoo-de-coos" and the vas was identified.
Complete thread -- Multi questions - please help
Complete thread -- OPCAB (off-pump coronary artery bypass)
Complete thread -- circumflex marginal using ________ technique.
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- ty
Complete thread -- sterile prep and drape
Complete thread -- tenotomy scissors
Complete thread -- thanks
Complete thread -- debrided using _______ scissors and pickups.
Complete thread -- proceeded with an appropriate _____ to the right upper extremity.
Complete thread -- is she stumbling over McDonald? or modified McDonald?
Complete thread -- OPERATION: Cervical Cerclage ______.
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- s/l "presented a late registrant for.." Guessing she is pregnant now, and late in coming
Complete thread -- thank you
Complete thread -- for prior OB history (not four poor)
Complete thread -- presented to late registrant - OR delayed registrant (para 0-2-1-2 per BOS)
Complete thread -- placed is close to the bladder reflection anteriorly (not sure is feasible is right
Complete thread -- high and away from the lateral defect as possible.
Complete thread -- good purchase acheived posteriorly (not prssure)
Complete thread -- total length anterior to the bladder reflection -
Complete thread -- not sure on your blank, but it is bladder reflection
Complete thread -- hey, it works!
Complete thread -- Total length ________ the bladder reflexion, 2
Complete thread -- PMI laterally displaced? see message
Complete thread -- delivery with history of NSVD x2 presented to _____ for repeat cervical cerclage indi
Complete thread -- Cervical Cerclage *moderate montano*
Complete thread -- PMR ??
Complete thread -- yes thanks it is urine creatinine. Now Im stuck with the one after gl ...
Complete thread -- Small disc protrusions were noted at C3-4, C4-5, and C5-6 extending in ...
Complete thread -- priapism :)
Complete thread -- Hx of diabetes, hypertension, s/l atanalism. thanks.
Complete thread -- probably too late, but s/l "certainly not compliant" maybe?
Complete thread -- Thanks for the effort. ...
Complete thread -- I did listen several times as I thought he said *seemingly*, could also be
Complete thread -- Thanks a lot. Is he saying "significantly" noncompliant? ...
Complete thread -- was doing high end activity? heightened activity?
Complete thread -- The patient is a 17-year-old male who is significantly noncompliant wi ...
Complete thread -- only two? I wanna be a Rottweiler too!
Complete thread -- yw ;)
Complete thread -- You could try acessing it here
Complete thread -- It wasn't typed biological it was bio(logical). With all due respect..mind your own
Complete thread -- with due respect poi, you misunderstood, poster was explaining prefix bio name
Complete thread -- wow you two are really unbelievable, nonsensible, like rottweilers, enough
Complete thread -- urine creatine (ratio ?) can post a voice file ?
Complete thread -- missing word in lab test
Complete thread -- Dasher and Dancer And Prancer and Vixen, Comet and Cupid And Donner and Blitzen
Complete thread -- Merry Christmas to you too!
Complete thread -- it does to me. "..chondromalcia, patellofemoral and medial femoral condyle, with ..."
Complete thread -- Does this statement make sense?
Complete thread -- LMBO. Hey, we get by with a little help from our friends. We get ** (you know the tune)
Complete thread -- agree
Complete thread -- Though it would be strangely ironic (if necessary) to have to install another
Complete thread -- You should be able to use another browser and still be keep IE
Complete thread -- this is what I would do.
Complete thread -- 3 o'clock to 7 o'clock...is this correct?
Complete thread -- I don't want to have to d/l another browser for fear it will "coverup/delete" my currient
Complete thread -- I am using the IE version 11.0.9600.17498. Billybob, how can I fix this?
Complete thread -- you're very welcome
Complete thread -- Thanks to my wordboard co-helpers for trying to keep the *D*ragon off
Complete thread -- thanks for the recommendation (I can't see my own bubbles!).
Complete thread -- Wow, I missed all the fun. What happened to spreading all the Christmas
Complete thread -- what browser are you using? I use an IE "emulator" (IE Tab)
Complete thread -- ahhh...I didnt click to read that part. Wish I could see the "bubbles" so I don't have to
Complete thread -- Thanks.
Complete thread -- I'd use the fraction for consistency with 1-1/2
Complete thread -- What? What are you referring to?
Complete thread -- If he says "three quarters" then I spell it out; if he says three-fourths, then i use 3/4
Complete thread -- 3/4 of a pack or three quarters of a pack??
Complete thread -- Right, I was able to find 24 hr values too, but am still looking for random/spot values.
Complete thread -- Thanks. That does look like a good one for other values, will bookmark.
Complete thread -- I see this exact "already posted" thing to some poster, um monkey see, monkey do huh?
Complete thread -- ya, at work it is IE and certain kinds of sites are blocked. I can try from home later.
Complete thread -- Bottle of Jack for when Jack Frost nips, or is it nip the bottle of Jack?
Complete thread -- was NOT same link, Poi's link went to a manufacturer page...the other link was google with
Complete thread -- Not sure what I'm doing wrong just get- search CSN (or something) w/try later
Complete thread -- Jack Frost nipping at your nose....
Complete thread -- Are you using Internet Explorer?
Complete thread -- I like this lab site (link) not so helpful with urine electrolytes values
Complete thread -- hmmm... my company has the site blocked.
Complete thread -- thanks for sharing, I like their "snow flurry" every year, must return
Complete thread -- Useful post on here
Complete thread -- thanks!!
Complete thread -- Going with it as spelled and quotes.
Complete thread -- Chestnuts roasting on an open fire
Complete thread -- anyone can click on the links and see for themselves
Complete thread -- He spelled this med - Rejuvinater - Does that ring a bell with anyone? history is
Complete thread -- check back later, I will look. There are electrolytes for blood, urine and even feces.
Complete thread -- glucocorticoids a guess by using your ending s/l or gluco something
Complete thread -- pooey what? was exact