Has anyone heard of "elephant" stirrups?
Posted By: becky on 2006-01-30
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How about lap stirrups?? nm
Subject: How about lap stirrups?? nm
The patient was placed in dorsal lithotomy position and some sort of stirrups were used.
It kind of sounds like ?? Kiko stirrups were used.
yellow fin stirrups
Subject: yellow fin stirrups
can't find in any of my books. Find it in Google but is it:
yellow fin stirrups, yellowfin stirrups, YellowFin stirrups, yellow-fin stirrups
so many variations. Not sure on capitalization either. Anyone know?
?bumblebee? stirrups NM
Subject: ?bumblebee? stirrups NM
I hate Yellofin stirrups!
Subject: I hate Yellofin stirrups!
No matter how I transcribe it, QA feels it is incorrect, but Allen Medical shows Yellofin Elite Stirrups and has a Yellowfin stirrup O/R table for ordering and prices. I'd been taught long ago that this was a commonly misunderstood term and often dictated incorrectly by doctors and that the correct term was Yellofins -- no matter how they said it. This term is documented on another reputable MT site. It was so much easier when I felt that was the correct term. Arghhhh!
Thanks for letting me vent!
Can you hear YellowFin (stirrups). nm
Subject: Can you hear YellowFin (stirrups). nm
The trademark name is Yellofins (stirrups). nm
Subject: The trademark name is Yellofins (stirrups). nm
Allen Surgical Stirrups
Subject: Allen Surgical Stirrups
I found: Allen Kiddy-Up Stirrups ?? In Google !
Subject: I found: Allen Kiddy-Up Stirrups ?? In Google !
Never heard of it as part of an exam, but have heard of punch biopsy?
Subject: Never heard of it as part of an exam, but have heard of punch biopsy?
I have heard of
Subject: I have heard of
Allis clamp and Allis forceps, but I don't believe I have heard of an Allis catheter. I'll see what I can find.
Wow, have not heard of that one but, here are
Subject: Wow, have not heard of that one but, here are
Might help when searching.
Trace'alternant, trace' discontinu, and trace' paroxystique.
i never heard of that before.....sorry....nm
Subject: i never heard of that before.....sorry....nm
Have not heard this one before.
Subject: Have not heard this one before.
The incisions associated with replacement of the stimulator, in the thoracic incision and the left buttock incision where the generator is, are somewhat tender. There is no overlying skin reaction. There is no warmth, no ? food ?collection.
Could food collection be correct? I have never heard this doctor say this, and he is a mumbler. Thank you!
Has anyone heard of
Subject: Has anyone heard of
This patient is obese, and has been working with exercise and Captain Printzell. ???
yes - heard that before - sm
Subject: yes - heard that before - sm
They are saying "plus" for + or positive S1, S2.
sorry, heard.. nm
Subject: sorry, heard.. nm
never heard of this nm
Subject: never heard of this nm
Anybody heard of this...
Subject: Anybody heard of this...
List of meds Effexor, Prilosec and s/l quine zime q. 10.
Both syllables with long i sound.
Thanks in advance!
Thanks...never heard it...; )
Subject: Thanks...never heard it...; )
Never heard this
Subject: Never heard this
Dictated is, The patient is 13 plus 4 years old. Is there a situation where this would be more appropriate than saying 17 years old? What is the reasoning?
Thanks in advance!
anyone ever heard of
Subject: anyone ever heard of
rhinolaryngopharyngoscopy? - I can find each of these separate but cannot find a reference for this one.
not saying SEM best heard at etc? nm
Subject: not saying SEM best heard at etc? nm
I have heard of E to A
Subject: I have heard of E to A
but not E to E, but there is always something new out there. I believe the TO is correct, not the -.
Has anyone ever heard of S/L lev-e-um
Subject: Has anyone ever heard of S/L lev-e-um
The doctor has dianosed him with cough secondary to postnasal drip. Trial of Flonase and S/L Lev-e-um was given.
anyone heard of ,,
Subject: anyone heard of ,,
Has anyone heard of ..
Subject: Has anyone heard of ..
This was for a a right iliac crest bone biopsy harvesting.
I have usually heard it like so sm
Subject: I have usually heard it like so sm
Flat T waves, but I guess your dictator may be saying Flat T's to shorten it and taking out the "waves" portion.
Has anyone ever heard of a med that
Subject: Has anyone ever heard of a med that
this is just in the med list, no real history on the patient. I've tried all of my resources, but I cannot seem to come up with anything. Sounds like the same way a doc would dictate Combivent, but it is not that. I wonder if someone has a link for looking up drugs by the dosage??? long shot, but trying here... Thanks in advance.
I never heard that either! Thanks!
Subject: I never heard that either! Thanks!
This site, and this particular section, has been the most helpful thing out there!
Never heard of Xap before but you could be right.
Subject: Never heard of Xap before but you could be right.
I can't find one single thing on either spelling. I'm going to check with my QA and will let you know what she says.
Now those are two I have not heard. sm
Subject: Now those are two I have not heard. sm
usually hear homidical ideation etc. I would just give them to him if that is indeed what he is saying. Don't sweat it. These residents will sometimes make you nuts. Just regard is as a docism!!
Wow! Never heard of that.!! Thanks. nm
Subject: Wow! Never heard of that.!! Thanks. nm
also has anyone heard of q.a.c.?
Subject: also has anyone heard of q.a.c.?
He was started on Starlix which he has been taking s/l q.a.c. for the last six months.
Have not heard this before and
Subject: Have not heard this before and
hoping someone here can help.
The wound is then dressed with a s/l Combi-Dress coverlet.
TIA for any help with this!
Subject: Heard of
anyone heard this one? sm
Subject: anyone heard this one? sm
Sclerea are aninteric and *aninjected*
Dr. spells out *aninjected*, but I'm not finding it documented anywhere. Is this even a word?
Thank you very much - I had never heard that before! sm
Subject: Thank you very much - I had never heard that before! sm
I did a Google search too (I always research before posting here) but didn't find anything that seemed to fit. Thanks again.
Thanks! Have you heard of a
Subject: Thanks! Have you heard of a
PArson's cocktail for interstitial cystitis? LAst one for the night!
anyone heard this?
Subject: anyone heard this?
Has anyone ever heard of Lasegg's or something similar to that. Dictated: "SLR positive at 70 degrees; Lasegg's negative."
heard of this?
Subject: heard of this?
I never heard of it - so THANKS!!
Subject: I never heard of it - so THANKS!!
Anybody ever heard of ....
Subject: Anybody ever heard of ....
Gram negative s/l LEAD-PROOF rods?? Do my ears deceive me or what?
Never heard that one either - now I know! nm
Subject: Never heard that one either - now I know! nm
THANKS SO MUCH :) I heard it right away
Subject: THANKS SO MUCH :) I heard it right away
sure, why not? I have heard it before. nm
Subject: sure, why not? I have heard it before. nm
Never heard of it, but there was a TV
Subject: Never heard of it, but there was a TV
show in the 50s. Did you laugh when you heard Howdy Doody? LOL
No or heard
Subject: No or heard
No sound before the “str” sound. Almost sounds like he’s saying struc ... He runs his words together and fast. I slowed it down to 20& and still didn’t get more definitive sounds. Thanks
Heard it before...
Subject: Heard it before...
Thanks for trying. Heard it before or read it before, but now my head drained of any mental capacity and I cannot think anymore (Friday syndrome). Appreciate the help though!
Has anyone ever heard of this being...sm
Subject: Has anyone ever heard of this being...sm
dictated. No specific studies mentioned just dictating a regular exam.
"There is normal blood flow into all four quadrants of her lung. "
I am not sure if this is normal or physician made a "mistake."
I have never heard of it being dictated like this before.
Have heard of this...
Subject: Have heard of this...