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Teaching users how to transcribeactualmedical dictation so that they can develop the selective hearing skills and experience necessary to gain competency as a medical transcriptionist, this guide offers a unique combination ofauthentic physician dictationby body systems, coordinated readings and exercises by medical specialty, and supplementary information vital to every medical transcriptionist.Supports text with six hours of authentic physical dictationnot synthetic studio recording; all dictations are carefully selected for subject matter, professionally edited to delete confidential identifying information, and then sequenced in a way to promote comprehension and encourage learning. Groups tapes by medical specialty (i.e., dermatology, urology, gastroenterology, cardiology, pulmonary medicine, endocrinology, orthopedics, obstetrics and gynecology, otorhinolaryngology, and radiology), with each dictation report offering the best example of its type for vocabulary density, technical content, and other instructional criteria; each report includes chart notes, letters, initial office valuations, consultations, history and physical examinations, discharge summaries, operative reports, emergency department reports, procedure notes, and diagnostic studies from each medical specialty.For anyone in the medical profession who wants to learn basic medical transcription, including medical assistants and legal transcription/court reporters.
Table of Contents
|Fundamentals of Medical Transcription|
|Perspectives on Medical Transcription|
|Style GuidePart Two|
|The Practice of Medical Transcription|
|Cardiology and Hematology|
|Urology and Nephrology|
|Obstetrics and Gynecology|
|Quick-Reference Word List|
|Normal Lab Values|
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