Please help regarding foot soak s/l drift.
Posted By: 2teens on 2006-09-14
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Subject: Please help regarding foot soak s/l drift.
This is for somebodys foot that stepped on a nail.
He may use warm soaks with _____ s/l drift for 20-30 min.
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No pronator drift. Also, sm
Subject: No pronator drift. Also, sm
Above may be no "limb weakness" or drift.......
no pronator drift - nm
Subject: no pronator drift - nm
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Subject: pronator drift nm
The patient was told to soak her
Subject: The patient was told to soak her
feet in warm water and s/l * an seer ial soap * instead of Epsom salts. She has paronychia and xerosis. Thanks for any help!
Patient with gangrene of foot. On exam, the entire foot is ulcerated with s/l us-i-nest debris.
Subject: Patient with gangrene of foot. On exam, the entire foot is ulcerated with s/l us-i-nest debris.
toenail removal, soak s/l dreferin ...sm
Subject: toenail removal, soak s/l dreferin ...sm
Instructed on daily wound care, which includes daily soaks in (s/l dreferin)____ 10-15 minutes a day.
This is for a removal of a toenail. Any suggestions would help. TIA
long shot, but epsom? couldn't find drift.
Subject: long shot, but epsom? couldn't find drift.
AFO-ankle foot orthosis for drop foot. nm
Subject: AFO-ankle foot orthosis for drop foot. nm
Can find a Taro Pharmaceuticals, too, but no soaks, etc. listed. People soak in mud, salts,
Subject: Can find a Taro Pharmaceuticals, too, but no soaks, etc. listed. People soak in mud, salts,
if they say *foot* - give 'em foot....nm
Subject: if they say *foot* - give 'em foot....nm
She has a prosthetic *above?* right foot for right foot drop.
Subject: She has a prosthetic *above?* right foot for right foot drop.
name of packets to dissolve and soak feet in for tinea..s/l DOMBERAL packets?? nm
Subject: name of packets to dissolve and soak feet in for tinea..s/l DOMBERAL packets?? nm
It is the foot. nm
He has full strength of his left foot **Eburgers** and proximal left lower limb muscles.
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Subject: foot x-ray
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Subject: foot x-ray
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Subject: foot x-ray
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a cheilectomy is a removal of the lips! Calcanectomy maybe?
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Subject: Foot prosthesis
She needs to get to the Prosthetic Center and get a new Lennard splint as her old one has broken and they will check her AFO splint to make sure that during the daytime use it is fitting properly with correct padding over pressure points.
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? Charcot foot
Subject: ? Charcot foot
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Subject: Yes, foot/ankle (nm)
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Subject: Foot ulcers please see msg
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Subject: No,. the fracture is isn't in the foot, plus...
he is pronouncing it like this:
tel-LOW. I blanked it. I did spent entirely too much time researching this one, but I hate when docs say something so clear and I can't reference it anywhere!
Foot x-ray results
Subject: Foot x-ray results
Doc is giving foot x-ray results as follows.
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Subject: s/l PER 4 fracture of his foot
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Subject: N-U support for foot? See msg
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Subject: foot/ankle - THanks for looking
first ray of the left foot
Subject: first ray of the left foot
Foot surgery help?
Subject: Foot surgery help?
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Subject: whole sentence, please. what comes before foot?
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Subject: Does he say exactly what foot problem?
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Subject: feet or foot?
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In the extremity exam:
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Subject: missing foot (sm)
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Subject: s/l calectomy of foot. Thanks.
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or bilateral feet?
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Subject: s/l tricomed foot
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Subject: --metatarsal is foot - don't think it would be
part of the foot
Subject: part of the foot
ok, clearly I am having a really bad day, because I can't figure this one out!
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D: foot pulses were palpated
Subject: D: foot pulses were palpated
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s/l *sharpo* type foot.
Subject: s/l *sharpo* type foot.
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This kept happening to me until I put my left foot up on a sm
Subject: This kept happening to me until I put my left foot up on a sm
small padded stool, just high enough that my chair doesn't hit the back of my knee.
Get up and stretch at least every hour to get that blood moving again.
I transcribe with dogs, too. And cats. They are my muses. :)
probably prosthetic "of the" right foot. SM
Subject: probably prosthetic "of the" right foot. SM
Prosthetic/orthotic is used to maintain the foot in proper position. No, "above" would not make sense.