google *red yeast rice* (no msg)
Posted By: me on 2008-05-04
In Reply to: s/l reggies rice - Lisa
Subject: google *red yeast rice* (no msg)
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red rice yeast or red yeast rice, a natural statin reducer. nm
Subject: red rice yeast or red yeast rice, a natural statin reducer. nm
red rice yeast and cokutan?
Subject: red rice yeast and cokutan?
Has anyone heard of a cholesterol supplement or medication that sounds like kocutan and would be taken in combination with red rice yeast?
"red yeast rice and Co-Q10"
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It's red yeast rice, a natural treatment. nm
Subject: It's red yeast rice, a natural treatment. nm
Subject: maybe Rice
s/l reggies rice
Subject: s/l reggies rice
Used for hypertension before the patient was switched to simvastatin.
s/l RICE maneuver
Subject: s/l RICE maneuver
I am unable to elicit any Spurling or *RICE/Reit's* maneuver.
I'll have mine over rice, please! LOL...nm
S/L ** Weiss ** regimen -- sounds like rice but with W
Subject: S/L ** Weiss ** regimen -- sounds like rice but with W
Pre B cell ALL in remission, currently on consolidation Part C of the _____ regimen (with a long I sound as in rice)
yes, RICE, non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, and Cytoxan
Subject: yes, RICE, non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, and Cytoxan
it's BRAT = bananas, rice, apple, tea -
Subject: it's BRAT = bananas, rice, apple, tea -
RICE - rest, ice, compression and elevation
Subject: RICE - rest, ice, compression and elevation
RICE - rest, ice, compression, and elevation - nm
Subject: RICE - rest, ice, compression, and elevation - nm
S/l culturel for yeast t.i.d. TIA ~nm~
Subject: S/l culturel for yeast t.i.d. TIA ~nm~
meds for yeast
Subject: meds for yeast
? Nizoral or Flagyl
Subject: intertrigonal yeast
If anyone can help with this it would be greatly appreciated.
Dictated: Stage I ulcer from an intertrigonal yeast rash.
There is yeast vulvovaginitis. nm
Subject: There is yeast vulvovaginitis. nm
S/l yeast in the HI FEE phpf. nm
Subject: S/l yeast in the HI FEE phpf. nm
Are you hearing RICE ==rest/ice/compression/elevation? nm
Subject: Are you hearing RICE ==rest/ice/compression/elevation? nm
Medicine for yeast infection sm
Subject: Medicine for yeast infection sm
The patient is elderly and has a fungemia in addition to cancer and many other serious conditions. Medicine sounds like capsafungin but for some reason, I can't find it in Google. I have seen this before and can't remember what it starts with. Thanks.
Some type of yeast infection
Subject: Some type of yeast infection
This is a male patient with some sort of yeast infection. The PA says "candida s/l corprus" all I can find is candida albicans.
Never mind - she's saying yeast and hyphae. nm
Subject: Never mind - she's saying yeast and hyphae. nm
"Ortho RICE" -- from an emergency department nurse practitioner
Subject: "Ortho RICE" -- from an emergency department nurse practitioner
very annoying young woman who says in her "Plan": ortho RICE ... I've googled but I can't find this as an "entity" -- I know was RICE is -- but usually she has not mentioned any form of "compression", so in my irritation I've just been leaving it at RICE ... would you spell it out or leave abbreviated? Ditto BRAT diet which can be banana, rice, apple sauce/apple juice + tea/toast so I leave it at BRAT.
? yeast infection in intertriginous areas?
erythema, epistaxis, petechiae or yeast.
Subject: erythema, epistaxis, petechiae or yeast.
maybe a "missed" yeast infection? Maybe missed it first time around? nm
Subject: maybe a "missed" yeast infection? Maybe missed it first time around? nm
OBGYN, is this a term or am i hearing it right? Treatment for possible s/l "missed" yeast. nm
Subject: OBGYN, is this a term or am i hearing it right? Treatment for possible s/l "missed" yeast. nm
I too love Google but be V_E_R_Y careful w/google
Subject: I too love Google but be V_E_R_Y careful w/google
Google is great for retrieving anything faster than the speed of light *lol* - but if the info comes from a nonverifiable medical website, be very wary. There are a few I trust only...the NIH for one (Nat'l Institute of Health) and the CDC (Center for Disease Control) and a few others out of the government actually.
As for prescription places, I trusted rx.com for far too long, there are many more reliable drug websites out there... medilexicon.com is a great site and to confirm a proper name of a disease or things like that, there is whonamedit.com which, if you write to the site owner, can be added to (I have done some communication with the site owner so this is 100% true).
When I first started using google in MT work about 8 years ago as google is not that old, (got online 12 years ago, been an MT since 1980), I had looked up Spironolactone, and Google gave the spelling to me incorrectly and (who knew it was wrong?!?!??) I used their spelling and I was wrong.
So, only advice is be VERY CAREFUL what YOU CHOOSE to use as far as websites go regarding MT/ME work because in the end you're the one responsible....not google.
gotta be careful w/Google....I love Google
Subject: gotta be careful w/Google....I love Google
mycosis of the skin? mycosis is fungus or yeast. nm
Subject: mycosis of the skin? mycosis is fungus or yeast. nm
Mixed yeast (as in mixed organisms causing it)? Nm
Subject: Mixed yeast (as in mixed organisms causing it)? Nm
monilia or monilia infection...yeast! nm
Subject: monilia or monilia infection...yeast! nm
Yes, you can have occult bacteria and occult yeast, along with occult blood. sm
Subject: Yes, you can have occult bacteria and occult yeast, along with occult blood. sm
There is a link at the end of this.
Urine is generally sterile, but sometimes bacteria or, more rarely, yeast can move from the skin outside the urethra and migrate back up the urinary tract to cause a urinary tract infection (UTI).
If you type a term in Google you will usually get an answer, and a lot of times the TM symbol will be in the search results.
Subject: from google....sm...........
5 French Weinberg catheter and the standard Seldinger. technique
but you can only view it at google if you click on CACHE because it's password protected site in pdf.............
If you go to google
Subject: If you go to google
Benirshki inscision (which is the s/l...)
it comes up and says
"Did you mean Binirschke incision?"
Please Google exactly what you have here.
Subject: Please Google exactly what you have here.
Thank you, thank you - I had put in google....sm
Subject: Thank you, thank you - I had put in google....sm
iliocolectomy or ileocolectomy and NOTHING CAME UP so now I did what you said and only put in ileocolectomy and it all came up!! Thanks again for the heads up!!!!!
If you google it, it comes up as such.
Subject: If you google it, it comes up as such.
Don't take my word for it because I'm new at MT, but I did find examples of "sounded."
Go to Google and type in "Moreland hip revision." Good luck!
Subject: Tried Google
Nothing came up. Usually if it is out there, Google will find it. So I'm basically ready to give up. Thanks for your help though. I appreciate it.
Oh boy do they !!!
did you try to Google it?
Subject: did you try to Google it?
It comes up with a trillion hits on Google.
I did google it.
Subject: I did google it.
However, I think that google works when it wants to. I switch back and forth between google and ask.com
Google. It is really available if you look.
Subject: Google. It is really available if you look.
Try Google nm
Subject: Try Google nm
Thank you. I did Google with the following
Subject: Thank you. I did Google with the following
P anka aska titer medical. Just never have heard of it so didn't know. Thanks!
If you google acircular vertigo it comes up a circular vertigo and there is reorts with it that way so i would just put a circular vertigo.
Google comes up with 43,500
Subject: Google comes up with 43,500
hits, my guess is that it is a brand name.
I did but google... sm
Subject: I did but google... sm
Not always is google correct!!
Many times google will bring up words that are spelled incorrectly b/c there are so many websites out there, that there can be a mistake in the website, and google does not diffrentiate that. The way to know if google is 100% correct is:
1. See according to the amount of sites it found. If it is less than a few hundred, it is most probably spelled differently (and many times it will ask you "did you mean ...")
2. See if the top has a heading of what you typed with subheadings such as TREATMENT, PROCEDURES, etc. That is usually brought up for medications and medical terminology.
there are 2....google.....
Subject: there are 2....google.....
FABER = flexion, abduction, extension, rotation
fabere has more.......but I cannot remember.....