Absolute neutrophil count was 7.9 which is more than s/l asectical for Clozaril administration. TIA
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Subject: Absolute neutrophil count was 7.9 which is more than s/l asectical for Clozaril administration. TIA
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ANC - absolute neutrophil count
Subject: ANC - absolute neutrophil count
yes, referring to absolute granulocyte count, (AGC).
Subject: yes, referring to absolute granulocyte count, (AGC).
Human neutrophil elastase nm
Subject: Human neutrophil elastase nm
NCMT is absolute right!
Subject: NCMT is absolute right!
You are an absolute peach!
Subject: You are an absolute peach!
Thank you, thank you - I hate being stuped! I heard it once you typed it! Thanks again :)
yes, percentage and absolute
Subject: yes, percentage and absolute
The only thing I found was human neutrophil elastase. There are several articles on this
Subject: The only thing I found was human neutrophil elastase. There are several articles on this
and aneurysms on google.
Subject: GPS administration
Procedure: Total abdominal hysterectomy, bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy, revision of scar, GPS administration and cystoscopy. I have no idea what GPS administration is, can anyone help?
Yes, medication administration
Subject: Yes, medication administration
that would be administration records nm
Subject: that would be administration records nm
I think MAR is the Medication Administration Record. nm
Subject: I think MAR is the Medication Administration Record. nm
When I was in school for Heathcare Administration
Subject: When I was in school for Heathcare Administration
we were basically taught that just about any combining form can be put with anything when talking medically to make a word.
Veteran's Administration Hospital, but
Subject: Veteran's Administration Hospital, but
if they dictate VA that is what I put.
or Medication Administration Records Sheet..n/m
Subject: or Medication Administration Records Sheet..n/m
Stands for medication administration record
Subject: Stands for medication administration record
could it be nurse's adminstration list? as in medication administration...
Subject: could it be nurse's adminstration list? as in medication administration...
listen and see if you can hear any part of medication, sometimes they say it really fast.
We will begin administration with a cycle blend of Rituxan/CHOP..
Subject: We will begin administration with a cycle blend of Rituxan/CHOP..
There's a growing consensus among many experts that CHOP + Rituxan (CHOP+R) is the new gold standard for treating transformed indolent, or aggressive lymphomas.
s/l sequences were acquired without the administration of "minimunous" gadolinium contrast
Subject: s/l sequences were acquired without the administration of "minimunous" gadolinium contrast
there is the abbreviation MAR docs dictate for medication administration record, but not sure...sm
Subject: there is the abbreviation MAR docs dictate for medication administration record, but not sure...sm
if that's it? This is usually dictated when they don't want to list the entire medication list so refer to the MAR that is in the chart.
MP Count. sm
Subject: MP Count. sm
I wanted to move this program to a new computer but I see this program is no longer available. Does anyone have the executable file for this program? I wasn't sure if the new upgraded version works the same as the old and I really like the old program. Thanks for any help you can give me.
Subject: WBC count....sm
Doc says for WBC count 3.1 thousand. should it be written as 3.1 or 3100? thanks.
Subject: ret count?
Ever heard of a ret count when referring to labs? Could it be retic count? Also, anyone know of any good websites for laboratory values? Thanks!
Subject: red count?
Not sure. The lab value is 1.9. Thanks.
LOL - That count definitely be right
Subject: LOL - That count definitely be right
She's always driving me crazy. Must be the NP way.
Subject: WBC count
Dictator states WBC count is 5.3 However, if VR puts 5300 isn't that the same value just put differently? Call me stupid but I think it is.
Subject: blood count?
he was found to be anemic with a high ferritin but a low blood count of 39.
I am confused on the blood count. Is this the right range for red blood cell count? Should I type red blood cell count or just leave low blood count?
Subject: white count?
She had 2 CBCs done at different times. The first showed 4800 the later one was 42.8
Should I leave it as is? 4800 and 42.8?
s/l mid cell count ?..sm
Subject: s/l mid cell count ?..sm
She was concerned because the MCV, MCHC was very slightly elevated and then her _____ (s/l mid cell count) was 7.7.
Subject: White count
Doctor dictates White count was six dozen 200. How do I type this correctly? Is it 72,200? Thanks.
Do you know what the platelet count is?
Subject: Do you know what the platelet count is?
You can have high risk of thrombotic events OR bleeding from high platelets depending on the specific situation, disorder, or you can get hemorrhagic stroke from low platelets, too.
Is the doc saying 'red' count...as in
Subject: Is the doc saying 'red' count...as in
RTC (reticulocyte count)
Subject: RTC (reticulocyte count)
Subject: White count
Excellent! Thanks for the help.
Cancer count help please . . .
Subject: Cancer count help please . . .
low white blood cell count of 2.7 thousand -- I am having a brain freeze this a.m. What is the proper way to type 2.7 thousand? It has been such a long time since I typed for this account. . . .
Subject: white count
I know I should know this, but I am exhausted and can't find any of my MT friends to verify.....
How do you type "white count is twenty-one thousand point four?"
white count known?
Subject: white count known?
could it be sulfonamides?
s/l Mose count...sm
Subject: s/l Mose count...sm
dx of metastatic squamous cell carcinoma was established, it was positive keratin, positive for p63 and negative for TTF-1. The pt had a mose count with negative results. Any ideas? THANKS!
Subject: Blood count
Doctor is dictating white blood count of 0.7 thousand...what is the correct way to type that?
Thank you! I knew I could count on you!
Subject: Thank you! I knew I could count on you!
elevated white count
Subject: elevated white count
Can anyone help me? My report is on a person diagnosed with bacterial endocarditis, with progressive respiratory failure, pneumomediastinum and 103F temperature. an x-ray showed air under the high diaphragm. the white count was elevated to 18,200 from which 50% were (s/l) run. Am I hearing correct? Also, an EGD showed several s/l "oon takes" in the stomach. If you can help me I would appreciate it. Thanks
CD4 count for HIV patients and AIDS...
Subject: CD4 count for HIV patients and AIDS...
TNTC - too numerous to count
Subject: TNTC - too numerous to count
TNTC= too numerous to count
Subject: TNTC= too numerous to count
White Blood Count--nm
Subject: White Blood Count--nm
Lab values, white count
Subject: Lab values, white count
If they say the white count is 14.8 thousand do you write it out or is it just 14.8 or is it 14,800 ???
White Count Question
Subject: White Count Question
Dictated under labs: "white count 6.5 thousand"
I'm at a loss as to how to correctly transcribe this. Can anyone lend any ideas?
white blood count (sm)
Subject: white blood count (sm)
Doc dictates white blood count s/l 5 point 3,000. How do you type this?
Elevated white count
Subject: Elevated white count
I'm working on a Discharge Summary and the Dr. says "The white count was elevated to 18,200 from which 50% were s/l "run". That doesn't make sense to me what could this word be?
CBC - complete blood count? s/m
Subject: CBC - complete blood count? s/m
CPE would stand for complete physical exam, which is possible, but CBC would be more likely given the context of the sentence.
white count interval
Subject: white count interval
Yes. white count interval.
Complete blood count
diagrams derived from NHANES III: ...
, and automated white
blood cell (WBC
) differential determined ...www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15070217 - Similar pagesby CK Cheng
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These totals should be the same in Table 2, which presents the likelihood ratios for different WBC count intervals
, but they are 194 and 81. ...www.aemj.org/cgi/content/full/12/5/480?ck=nck - Similar pages