Pleurovac/Pleuravac?? Can't find definitive answer for this one.
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I cannot find any definitive way of judging the values, but I can only assume that these are each se
Subject: I cannot find any definitive way of judging the values, but I can only assume that these are each separate, therefore, I would put it as 18, 6, 01. Just me though...
Did you find your answer?
Subject: Did you find your answer?
Please let us know what this turns out to be when you find out. I am quite curious!
If you look in the BOS you will find your answer.
Subject: If you look in the BOS you will find your answer.
find the answer
Subject: find the answer
I have the same question about whether to use Arabic or Roman numeral with aortic aneurysms. I can't seem to find the answer.
in answer to your question, you'd find the info
Subject: in answer to your question, you'd find the info
Neither is correct, can find your answer at stedmans.com
Subject: Neither is correct, can find your answer at stedmans.com
this is a perfect example of why finding your own definitive
Subject: this is a perfect example of why finding your own definitive
from a variety of people with different opinions. I am sure that with good research, you will find the correct answers. I also feel that everyone who answered you felt they were more correct than those whose answers contracted thei own.
She had a definitive s/l blide local excision performed.
Subject: She had a definitive s/l blide local excision performed.
In a patient with vaginal melanoma. Any suggestions?
Mo, I just sent an e-mail to the doc to get answer. Thx for help. Will post answer. THX
Subject: Mo, I just sent an e-mail to the doc to get answer. Thx for help. Will post answer. THX
Has anyone heard of prylotherapy? I can find it using Google, but I can't find whether it is cap
Subject: Has anyone heard of prylotherapy? I can find it using Google, but I can't find whether it is cap'd.
Can find plenty on the internet regarding lipodermosclerosis, but unfortunately cannot find that exa
Subject: Can find plenty on the internet regarding lipodermosclerosis, but unfortunately cannot find that exact spelling in any dictionary... sorry. Anyone else?
Where did you find, I still cannot find that spelling anywhere?
Subject: Where did you find, I still cannot find that spelling anywhere?
Dorland refers to "great" auricular nerve when defining nervus auricularis magnus
He is on several meds, and 105/70 is As Low as it needs TO be. DOC doesn't want it to go any lower, so He is going to reduce one of the meds (Norvasc) some. They talk so fast that it's hard to tell if they're saying hyper or hypo.
Subject: Right Answer!!
Sted's Ortho has this:
Electro-Acuscope 85 stimulator
the answer?????? ..................NM
Subject: the answer?????? ..................NM
the answer was already given.....NM
Subject: the answer was already given.....NM
There is a rally, and also there is a balloon. But rally and balloon as one word... I don't know.
and the answer was
Subject: and the answer was
thank you both so much for the answer
Subject: thank you both so much for the answer
Subject: See answer.
Spontaneous intracranial hypotension.
I second that answer.
Subject: I second that answer.
Subject: Answer Med
Could you be hearing Metoclopramide (generic of Reglan)?
thanks for the help sm for answer
Subject: thanks for the help sm for answer
"dorsolateral slit, prepuce" is what it ended up being. Thank you for the help.
I like your answer!
Subject: I like your answer!
The answer is NO.
Subject: The answer is NO.
(Just kidding - I'm punchy after seeing all these incomplete questions and now answer posts that aren't assigned to a question!)
Don't know about BOS, but leukocyte esterase is just a test for an enzyme that might indicate a uti...so in my experience, it's either a positive or negative result. If he gives you actual numbers or ranges (10-20), then he's talking about actual white blood cells (leukocytes).
At least that's my understanding.
Hope that helps!
Subject: QA answer
If you cannot find it in the BOS, then chances are it does not matter.....unless the client profile specifically says not to abbreviate it should be OK.......
There is NO hyphen in followup. It is either one word or two words.
Verb is follow up. (The patient will follow up with me).
Noun is followup. (The patient will be seen in followup in 1 week).
Hope that helps! Never use a hyphen with followup.
Subject: your answer
When doc dictates those just type it like you have it with the abbreviation first and then parentheses around the rest.
Thanks for your help. Just not sure, but I will let you know when and if I get an answer. NM
Subject: Thanks for your help. Just not sure, but I will let you know when and if I get an answer. NM
Your answer is better !! nm
Subject: Your answer is better !! nm
See below, same answer.
Subject: See below, same answer.
don't have another answer, but
Subject: don't have another answer, but
great website I use is http://health.ucsd.edu/labref/Labref.html
Can you not answer?
Subject: Can you not answer?
I appreciate your answer.
Subject: I appreciate your answer.
Apposition is when something is positioned side by side or fitted together like closing the skin for an incsion....the two sides are in apposition. Opposition is when things are opposite of each other, like the ability to move your thumb in contact with your fingers.
Oh well, my answer was Tc-99m
Subject: Oh well, my answer was Tc-99m
Possible answer for DR
Subject: Possible answer for DR
DR: Degeneration reaction or reaction of degeneration [muscle fibers] according to my copy of Stedman's Medical abbreviations, acronyms, and symbols.
ref for you for my answer. sm
Subject: ref for you for my answer. sm
Traube semilunar space
a crescentic space about 12 cm wide, bounded medially by the left border of the sternum, above by an oblique line from the sixth costal cartilage to the lower border of the eighth or ninth rib in the midaxillary line and below by the costal margin; the percussion tone here is normally tympanitic, because of the underlying stomach, but is modified by pulmonary emphysema, a pleural effusion, or an enlarged spleen.
It is Klebsiella (bacteria)
Could it be hematopoietic ?
here's your answer
Subject: here's your answer
it's high sensitivity CRP (C-Reactive Protein)
bilirubin or urobilinogen?
both words are in a UA
Narcan? It's what they give for an overdose.
Did you ever get an answer on this?
Subject: Did you ever get an answer on this?
"Shanz" pins. From Stedman's Orthopedic and Rehab Word book.
She already got that answer on MTChat
I think she's taking a test and posting her questions on every MT board on the net. I'm not answering any of her questions until I'm sure she's not cheating.