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Could it be a ___ % of some sort or a really butchered job on 'preservative free?' nm

Posted By: Taking a stab at it on 2006-04-04
In Reply to: (s/l) o-path-in-ac benzalkonium ophthalmic solution - STAT HELP

Subject: Could it be a ___ % of some sort or a really butchered job on 'preservative free?' nm

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liquid nitrogen in a free fall free pattern?
Subject: liquid nitrogen in a free fall free pattern?

has anyone heard of this before?  there's a little stumble between "free fall free" and "pattern" so I'm not certain.
thanks, I'll let you know, but pretty sure he just butchered something.
Subject: thanks, I'll let you know, but pretty sure he just butchered something.


ROM could be butchered to s/l gommelin I suppose
Subject: ROM could be butchered to s/l gommelin I suppose


Holy crap I butchered that! Should be moxifloxacin.
Subject: Holy crap I butchered that! Should be moxifloxacin.

Sorry!  Gotta lay off the daytime liquor 
my guess would be an extremely butchered "diverticular disease" ??
Subject: my guess would be an extremely butchered "diverticular disease" ??

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In LAB portion: "a free T and a free T4"
Subject: In LAB portion: "a free T and a free T4"

I cannot find any just free T lab studies to be performed, and I am thinking he is leaving out the number after the T.  I could be wrong though, so if anyone knows of there is a lab test of just a free T please post back and let me know.


 


Thanks so much in advance. 


usually just hear free T3 and free T4. nm
Subject: usually just hear free T3 and free T4. nm

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no free fluid or free air. sm
Subject: no free fluid or free air. sm

CT scan of the chest, abdomen and pelvis with intravenous contrast ... There is no free fluid or free air.

 

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    Subject: Thank you, that was it. He just sort of

    mumbled through it.
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    Subject: I'd let him sort it out himself.

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    Subject: Yep - but at least we get a few laughs while we try and sort it all out with each other!


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    Subject: Word help -- sort of

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    Subject: lab test of some sort

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    Subject: vaccine of some sort

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    Would you provide some sort of context, please? nm
    Subject: Would you provide some sort of context, please? nm

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    Subject: sort of makes sense-close enough SM

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    Subject: Probably slow flow defect, sort

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    Subject: some sort of tissue dissector - See message

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    Subject: Found an answer (sort of) see message

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    Subject: Keep wondering if it is an abbreviation of some sort like CLSP? Sorry.


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    Subject: The patient has caughten some sort of infection....

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    Subject: He's free to try to say whatever he wants. sm

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    Subject: free T4

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    Subject: Do you think this is a med, radiation of some sort, or another type of physical procedure? nm

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    Subject: I found this link for all sort of endovascular devices that might help.

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    Subject: Never heard of congrats for that sort of thing. Think you need recommended

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    Subject: It might also mean, as MT gril suggested a sort of ear tubes....Google

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    Subject: Err, sort of. In your example, it is not proud (is flush w/surface), which is what I meant. (nm)

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    Subject: I know it is a slash. I have seen people who hyphenate that sort of phrase etc. nm


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    Subject: free T-4 is correct!

    That is it!


    free T-4 is what QA put in my blank


    Now we know why it sounded like 54 from a speedy ESL dictator..........


    Thanks to everyone who considered this one and replied.


    Bless you all as you listen and type.


    free anterior air
    Subject: free anterior air

    nm