There are both QR restoration and QRS restoration in heart functions
Posted By: MT50 on 2007-10-22
In Reply to: s/l QR or QRS restoration is 102........nm TIA! - Sephora
Subject: There are both QR restoration and QRS restoration in heart functions
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s/l QR or QRS restoration is 102........nm TIA!
Subject: s/l QR or QRS restoration is 102........nm TIA!
s/l Q R dur restoration
Subject: s/l Q R dur restoration
talking about EKG results, thanks!
if it is an EKG it is QRS duration, not restoration
Subject: if it is an EKG it is QRS duration, not restoration
restoration? exploration? nm
Subject: restoration? exploration? nm
Stryker has Restoration total hip system
Subject: Stryker has Restoration total hip system
Couldn't find anything with rejuvenate in it. Sorry.
They have different functions
Subject: They have different functions
When I transcribe interventional studies, the radiologist will use a guidewire and a Glidewire in the same procedure, for different purposes.
first thought is respiratory functions. nm
Subject: first thought is respiratory functions. nm
lung functions are in percent (one word)
Subject: lung functions are in percent (one word)
liver functions are within normal limites OR
Subject: liver functions are within normal limites OR
they say liver function tests are within normal limits OR LFTs are within normal limits.
elevated liver functions, previous cholecystectomy.
Subject: elevated liver functions, previous cholecystectomy.
CT showed (S/L) ''normobilia''?? (have looked everywhere and cannot find--thanks for any help.)
Sounds like, "The PMI 2L SV." Is this correct? Thank you.
Both heart tones present without murmurs, lifts, heels or gallops.
Is that right?
Heart: Irregular rhythm with normal S1-S2 without murmurs, gallops or friction rubs.
I'm not sure if he said " a regular rhythm or irregular rhythm."
I figured I'd come to the you guys for the answer. You always come through for me. Thanks.
Subject: PE heart
She states Heart: Adynamic s/l re-cor-gum
I know I have heard this before, but I am not finding it thanks
COR: ... (heart)
Subject: COR: ... (heart)
possibly ascending aorta (AA ?)
New account today. Heart: Trigger rates ______ (sounds like trigger rates "in general" without murmur?" General MD doing basic physical exam. Help please!!!
He has said that on previous patients on this tape. However, for whatever reason he definately starts with "trigger" on this one! Thanks.
Cor is heart.
Subject: Cor is heart.
There were (s/l mershersher gallops)
Subject: Heart technique
Subject: heart murmur
San Felipo type A?
Subject: heart murmur
thanks so much -- saved me about 4 blanks in 1 report!!
Subject: heart stroke?
Under family history... heart stroke
Subject: regurgitating heart?
possibly mitral regurg
Heart Cath... sm
Subject: Heart Cath... sm
Catheterization complete at this point which revealed normal coronary arteries with LV systolic function normal and an injection s/l *pression* of 65%.
Could be pressure, but not sure if that is appropriate...
Thanks in advance.
Subject: heart exam
In heart exam: Heart: regular rate and rhythm. Loud S/L V2. I know there are S1, S2, but never heard V being used before and I have never done cardiology.
Subject: heart sound
Thanks for the info. I think it is P2. He is a ESL Doc.
I really appreciate it. I think you helped me last week on another word. Thanks again.
I'd probably put it after the heart exam, as has been
Subject: I'd probably put it after the heart exam, as has been
Or create a separate subheading - Musculoskeletal: I think either would suffice, of course unless specifically stated insertion point.
heart rate 90 to ?
Subject: heart rate 90 to ?
Dictator says what sounds like heart rate 90 to "oneteen" would that be the correct way to transcribe? google says oneteen means 11 so would that mean would be 111 in this context? Thanks!
You doing a heart cath or something else? Just might be
Subject: You doing a heart cath or something else? Just might be
okay guys, another one. HEART
Subject: okay guys, another one. HEART
Normal S1, S2, s/l monaray rales sinus rhythm 64 a minute.
Heart Surgery help
Subject: Heart Surgery help
Patient had an OPCAB with left IM graft to LAD, etc.
Sentence reads. IMA was measured and beveled....A soft dog was placed proximally. Soft dog? This is an ASR report and that's what the software had put in and that is exactly what I am hearing too. I am way too tired to be doing this. Anybody?
Subject: heart sound
doc says ... rubs and rales in the right base, heart without a ....dripsalsa....Any ideas?
Subject: heart failure
Subject: Heart exam
Doctor is using his own form of shorthand. Any idea what Grade 2/6 rough ESM at AA RLLSB is? It's a heart exam, so I'm assuming grade 2/6 rough ejection systolic murmur at....
Heart Rhythms - Please SM
Subject: Heart Rhythms - Please SM
I have a doctor who very distinctly dictates that the heart is "regularly regular" - for just about every single patient. I don't think this is how it should be typed and I have been leaving blanks.
Is there a "regularly regular" rhythm - wouldn't it just be "regular"? He is not saying any of the other rhythms, i.e. irregularly irregular, regularly irregular, etc.
Thanks for any input.
Subject: heart tones?
Subject: Heart surgery
Past medical history: Patent S/L "adductus" valve at 3 weeks of age. Can it be something else or is that right
maybe it is i n S2 ? Is there a heart sound ES2?
Subject: maybe it is i n S2 ? Is there a heart sound ES2?
for the first - heart rate 80 - not sure about second. nm
Subject: for the first - heart rate 80 - not sure about second. nm
Subject: heart scan
It is a heart scan, so probably myonuclear is correct then?
yes, heart problems
Subject: yes, heart problems
Yes, the patient is morbidly obese with heart problems
Bless you heart!
Subject: Bless you heart!
That's what I call a brain fart! Thank you!
heart procedure help.
Subject: heart procedure help.
Left ventricular angiography was done in the right anterior oblique projection using 30 mL of contrast with the s/l Medrad showing normal left ventricular size.
Sounds like Med-Rad or Mid-Rad?
Medication being used after heart
Subject: Medication being used after heart
transplant, sounds like "Epical" TIA
Chest x-ray performed today revealed hyperinflated chest, flattened diaphragms, s/l hung heart?
? heart tones
Subject: ? heart tones
Subject: Heart sounds..
"when to" could be S1, S2 if speaking very fast. Droops are probably "rubs."
Subject: heart rate