Echoes: Is E to E prime ratio: E/e' ratio, e/e' ratio, or E/E' ratio (finding all) nm
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E to E prime ratio
Subject: E to E prime ratio
I was wondering how to write this. Is it
E to E prime ratio or EE prime ratio?
Thank you
Normal mitral valve E:A ratio on tissue Doppler, E prime:A prime.
Subject: Normal mitral valve E:A ratio on tissue Doppler, E prime:A prime.
I work with 25+ cardiac docs, and this style works for all of them.
all I can think of is flow velocity ratio or blood flow velocity ratio
Subject: all I can think of is flow velocity ratio or blood flow velocity ratio
M:C ratio
Subject: M:C ratio
M:C ratio or M/C ratio or however written, is short for the same microalbumin:creatinine ratio.
ratio...see msg
Subject: ratio...see msg
1,005:7.4
5/10. 5:10 is 5 to 10 in ratio
Subject: 5/10. 5:10 is 5 to 10 in ratio
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LS ratio
Subject: LS ratio
Anyone heard of a L/S ratio relating to pregnancy?
ratio
Subject: ratio
It would mean lecithin/sphingomyelin (L/S) ratio.
From Baby/Partner, Inc.: The lecithin/sphingomyelin (l/s) ratio and phosphatidyl glycerol (pg) tests are two ways of measuring the maturity of your baby's lungs. Used in combination, they give the doctor a unique ability to determine whether a baby will be able to breathe after delivery, or whether it will need the aid of a respirator.
L/S ratio
Subject: L/S ratio
How would L/S ratio be typed .. L/S or L:S, in small or capital letters? Please help. Thanks
L/S ratio, sm.
Subject: L/S ratio, sm.
For amniocentesis? (lecithin/sphingomyelin). As per Vera Pyle CMT, it is L/S
I type 50:50 since it is a ratio. nm
Subject: I type 50:50 since it is a ratio. nm
S/L Monetto ratio....
Subject: S/L Monetto ratio....
carotid artery ultrasound...s/l Monetta or Monetto ratio???
It is probably a ratio, type 2:1.
Subject: It is probably a ratio, type 2:1.
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Microalbumin "toratane" ratio is 2.4
Subject: Microalbumin "toratane" ratio is 2.4
nm
Would it be microalbumin creatinine ratio?
Subject: Would it be microalbumin creatinine ratio?
nm
LSR? liver/speen ratio (nm)
Subject: LSR? liver/speen ratio (nm)
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could be, although trough not usually measured in a ratio (1:512) sm
Subject: could be, although trough not usually measured in a ratio (1:512) sm
trough is usually indicating the amount of a treating medication in the bloodstream and it's measured in mg/L...don't know if that applies here....whereas a cryptococcal titer is measured in a ratio and they look for 1:512 or 1:1024...
actually probably "vertical cuptodisc ratio" SM
Subject: actually probably "vertical cuptodisc ratio" SM
Not sure how 85 would fit there though.
http://www.google.com/search?source=ig&hl=en&q=vertical+cup+to+disc+ratio
INR = international normalized ratio
Subject: INR = international normalized ratio
you could use risk:benefit ratio
Subject: you could use risk:benefit ratio
a ratio is usually used with a colon to separate, like 1:40 or risk:benefit ratio....though a hyphen would also work there, riskbenefit ratio
normal BUN / creatinine ratio? nm
Subject: normal BUN / creatinine ratio? nm
or microalbumin / creatinine ratio? nm
Subject: or microalbumin / creatinine ratio? nm
E:A wave ratio per Stedman's
Subject: E:A wave ratio per Stedman's
Cardiology & Pulmonary Words.
lecithin/sphingomyelin ratio?
Subject: lecithin/sphingomyelin ratio?
lecithin/sphingomyelin
Yes. I also thought it might be a ratio and typed like this  1:1280 to 0.
Subject: Yes. I also thought it might be a ratio and typed like this  1:1280 to 0.
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I would you riskbenefit ratio, talking about
Subject: I would you riskbenefit ratio, talking about
whether risks outweigh the benefits of a medication, procedure, etc.
My opinion: 1.5:1 I've always used ratio with relation to grafts. sm
Subject: My opinion: 1.5:1 I've always used ratio with relation to grafts. sm
Ratios with letters or words are hyphenated, numbers have a colon. Page 348, BOS.
not sure about adhesions, but the second phrase may relate to cuptodisc ratio. nm
Subject: not sure about adhesions, but the second phrase may relate to cuptodisc ratio. nm
Ratio? ABI (anklebrachial index): 1 to 1 or 1:1 right, 1.1 to 1 or 1.1:1 left?
Subject: Ratio? ABI (anklebrachial index): 1 to 1 or 1:1 right, 1.1 to 1 or 1.1:1 left?
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Renal  s/l with normal microendocrine and ratio of 2.8. Does this sound right?
Subject: Renal  s/l with normal microendocrine and ratio of 2.8. Does this sound right?
There is an ABI test, (ankle/brachial index), ratio between brachial ....sm
Subject: There is an ABI test, (ankle/brachial index), ratio between brachial ....sm
(arm) blood pressure and ankle blood pressure, the ratio is supposed to measure heart attack risk, used once in a while in higher risk patients, sound like it could be??? :>
quad/string testing in reference to the quad/hamstring torque ratio testing?
Subject: quad/string testing in reference to the quad/hamstring torque ratio testing?
I'm just guessing.
RVR prime?
Subject: RVR prime?
Doctor is saying, there is also an RVR prime in B1 and B2. Is that the correct way to write this or did I hear the doctor wrong. I tried to google it, but couldn't come up with anything. TIA.
I have always done E:E and ' for prime
Subject: I have always done E:E and ' for prime
rsr prime pattern
Subject: rsr prime pattern
Doc dictates "...with an rsr prime pattern in lead V1."
Is this the correct way to transcribe: "rSR' pattern in lead V1"?
I find a lot of different ways on Google but this seems the most used.
TIA!
RSR' for "rsr prime"
Subject: RSR' for "rsr prime"
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s/l PrimeaLore
Subject: s/l PrimeaLore
It was prescribed for migraines. Thanks for any help.
5 prime nucleotitus?
Subject: 5 prime nucleotitus?
Sentence: We will check a 5prime nucleotitus, serum calcium, and phosphate.
5 prime telopeptides?
Subject: 5 prime telopeptides?
5 prime nucleotides
Subject: 5 prime nucleotides
Cardiac work, s/l eee by u prime. See message.
Subject: Cardiac work, s/l eee by u prime. See message.
So, looking for the lowest preload for each patient and aligning the lowest preload measure as ebyuu* prime reflects for each patient along each other, we saw in fact a Ushaped curve indicating that for each patient there is a unique AV delay that provides the best hemodynamic and contractile status for this patient, and that if you increase the AV delay over and above the optimum AV delay for each patient, you have a deterioration in the preload with an increase in *ebyuu prime*, and if you shorten it as well, you have an increase as well, so you have this Ushaped curve.
Thank you both, still not finding my s/l though
Subject: Thank you both, still not finding my s/l though
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Not finding pes either. Sm
Subject: Not finding pes either. Sm
Stedmans: septooptic dysplasia (no hyphen).
abscence
EGD finding
Subject: EGD finding
Thanks for your help before, MT50. Here's a good one...
An EGD was done at the time which showed several (s/l) "hoontakes" also in the stomach..." Very thickly accented Doc. "Hoontakes???"
I am only finding XR. nm
Subject: I am only finding XR. nm
Help with an ENG finding
Subject: Help with an ENG finding
Patient has vertigo. This doctor is dictating the results of an ENG performed years ago. The doctor has a heavy mideastern accent. Any help would be appreciated!!! Thanks!
" I reviewed his ENG, which showed bilateral (sounds like cloroqwueekness) and abnormal tracking of eye movement."
I am only finding pigmented
Subject: I am only finding pigmented
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I'm not finding psoricystic, either
Subject: I'm not finding psoricystic, either
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Chest xray finding
Subject: Chest xray finding
There is chronic blunting of the s/l pulsteriose fulci.
Well, since it's a positive finding,
Subject: Well, since it's a positive finding,
maybe there is a clue in the impression as to what the dictator thinks is going on, and with that diagnosis then you could google and add smooth red tongue and chelitis and maybe come up with something.
That's what I'd do
I'm just not finding this drug
Subject: I'm just not finding this drug
S/L: ZANOXUHL
Just in the list of meds patient is taking.
Thanks.
