drug s/l "clafogyl" probably for diveritulitis symptoms TIA nm
Posted By: Deb on 2009-05-22
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drug help. flurithromycin? Patient has respiratory symptoms (shortness of breath secondary to
Subject: drug help. flurithromycin? Patient has respiratory symptoms (shortness of breath secondary to
The symptoms of perimenopause or perimenopausal symptoms. Why not?? nm
Subject: The symptoms of perimenopause or perimenopausal symptoms. Why not?? nm
Subject: BOO symptoms
probably "upper tracts"
any SOB symptoms?
Subject: any SOB symptoms?
BP or BM symptoms
Subject: BP or BM symptoms
There are B symptoms. sm
Subject: There are B symptoms. sm
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Subject: maybe symptoms?
Is this someone with URI symptoms? nm
Subject: Is this someone with URI symptoms? nm
Pt with URI symptoms took old Rx of s/l ben zo lin nm
Subject: Pt with URI symptoms took old Rx of s/l ben zo lin nm
Subject: sub-symptoms. nm
And the symptoms are....
Subject: And the symptoms are....
heart problem in a young person (30s), sudden stabbing pain, no alleviating factors, had a syncopal episode as a teenager, big-time family history for coronary artery disease. I don't know enough about EKGs to know how abnormal this is, and I'm really thinking this is Brugada syndrome. The doctor has questioned the patient about young deaths in his extended family. Brugada? Bueller? Bueller?
Subject: GI symptoms
s/k *rhinroudy* symptoms
Subject: s/k *rhinroudy* symptoms
I KNOW that is not the right spelling, but can't seem to get it correct.
He admits that he is under a fair amount of stress but overall he feels well, exercises well, has not gained weight, or having sleep problems. No impressive _______ symptoms.
any one heard of AT&T symptoms
Subject: any one heard of AT&T symptoms
REVIEW OF SYSTEMS: No fevers, chills. Patient is concerned about her weight gain that has occurred, 30-40 pounds over the last 1 or 2 years. Patient denies any headache. No *AT&T symptoms.* No chest pain palpitations shortness of breath or cough. No heartburn although she has had the need for Pepto Bismol occasionally. The patient states, she gets nauseas especially at bedtime. could that be what the doctor is saying?
sure it's not HEENT symptoms?
Subject: sure it's not HEENT symptoms?
Do you have any other context, symptoms, etc.?
Subject: Do you have any other context, symptoms, etc.?
Could be a lot of s/l, even maybe Barlow syndrome or Tourette syndrome said really fast or slurred...
Not sure of #1; #2 may be sicca symptoms. nm
Subject: Not sure of #1; #2 may be sicca symptoms. nm
Might be Duraxin for symptoms
Subject: Might be Duraxin for symptoms
But Lyme is usually treated with antibiotics
Subject: complexive symptoms?
With his S/L: complexive or complex of symptoms and his response to antibiotics, he almost certainly has a chronic active Lyme or Lyme-like infection.
how about "complex of symptoms"
Subject: how about "complex of symptoms"
s/l trianjunal symptoms
Subject: s/l trianjunal symptoms
The patient denies trauma or hitting her head. There is no s/l trianjunal symptoms she feels by now. This has occurred during the procedure while her husband is in the hospital.
sentence and symptoms please..sm
Subject: sentence and symptoms please..sm
the last word is Garamicin...can't guess the middle two.
end organ symptoms?
Subject: end organ symptoms?
S/L Tunisma symptoms?
Subject: S/L Tunisma symptoms?
Infectious disease patient.
No nausea, vomiting, diarrhea. No tunisma symptoms. No urinary symptoms....
Symptoms word help
Subject: Symptoms word help
This is what was dictated:
due to his antiprominent three deficiency, he has not been able to undergo any type of surgical procedures
How is this typed? Thanks.
if symptoms worsen?
Subject: if symptoms worsen?
thinking maybe the doc is slurring the words together.
array of symptoms
Subject: array of symptoms
array of symptoms
Subject: array of symptoms
Maybe for IBS type symptoms? sm
Subject: Maybe for IBS type symptoms? sm
See this link.
Referring to symptoms of diabetes.
Subject: Referring to symptoms of diabetes.
polyuria, polydypsia, and polyphasia--excessive urination, excessive thirst, and excessive eating or hunger.
First of all, it's "constellation of symptoms," not consolation. sm
Subject: First of all, it's "constellation of symptoms," not consolation. sm
I think your s/L should read: "ophthalmologist did not think that these were necessarily ophthalmologic problems."
any other clinical info? symptoms? nm
Subject: any other clinical info? symptoms? nm
Maybe Pickwickian syndrome. Symptoms might fit. nm
Subject: Maybe Pickwickian syndrome. Symptoms might fit. nm
I am going to listen again for it, but there were no symptoms mentioned for it. Thank you!
Subject: I am going to listen again for it, but there were no symptoms mentioned for it. Thank you!
Could you provide dosage and/or symptoms for ?
Subject: Could you provide dosage and/or symptoms for ?
Maybe ____ anginal symptoms? nm
Subject: Maybe ____ anginal symptoms? nm
sounds like attic symptoms
Subject: sounds like attic symptoms
The patient has pain and hypersensitivity possibly related to "attic" symptoms from depression.
I don't think "addict" would be the proper word, but I could be wrong. Any ideas? TIA! Happy Thanksgiving!
Give us some symptoms and the whole sentence. :Thanks nm
Subject: Give us some symptoms and the whole sentence. :Thanks nm
I agree with this post; a pt with those symptoms;
Subject: I agree with this post; a pt with those symptoms;
symptoms relavent to food??...sm
Subject: symptoms relavent to food??...sm
I hate it when the dictators rush through their reports! Hope this helps.
The ductus that cause symptoms... enough to cause emboli ???
Subject: The ductus that cause symptoms... enough to cause emboli ???
The patient "relays" her symptoms
Subject: The patient "relays" her symptoms
my problem with "relays" is that the definition means a race of some kind. Could this be something else?
remittance of symptoms have you heard this?
Subject: remittance of symptoms have you heard this?
remittance of symptoms. i must have the wrong word.
do you have symptoms? Sted path has SM
Subject: do you have symptoms? Sted path has SM
von Willebrand (which you found) but also Waardenburg and Williams; Also Lunera could be anything from Humira to Lunesta - any symptoms? Dose?
bladder outlet obstruction symptoms
Subject: bladder outlet obstruction symptoms
Bladder lesion and gross hematuria with normal ____________________ and regrowth of prostatic tissue with bladder outlet obstruction symptoms. s/l epitrax or upper tracks
prodrome (early signs and symptoms) nm
Subject: prodrome (early signs and symptoms) nm
Maybe guaifenesin for cold/cough/URI symptoms? nm
Subject: Maybe guaifenesin for cold/cough/URI symptoms? nm