Monthly Archive: November 2012

Nov 16

The I Love Steno Hall Of Fame

Steno Wal Of Fame (Final)

Every time I hear news about someone’s steno victory, it makes my day. Anyone accomplishing great things in the field of stenography, whether it is a professional or a student, deserves recognition and a pat on the back. In order to acknowledge the greatness going on in the steno world, I created the, “I Love …

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Nov 16

Friday Phrases

primary care= PRAIRK first-degree murder= F-MD murder in the first degree= M-FD as many= SMAEN as many as= SMAENS medical records= MORDZ police car= PLIR police vehicle= PLIFK rate of speed= R-FPD

Nov 14

Stenspiration™

“The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.” -Eleanor Roosevelt

Nov 13

Dictionary Builder: Amerce

Amerce means, “to punish by a fine whose amount is fixed by the court.” Machine Brief: amerce= A/MERS

Nov 12

Practice Video: Medical 80 WPM

Here’s some great medical dictation: Here are some briefs from the video: pelvis= PEFLS fracture= FRAUR dislocation= SDLOEX posterior= PRAOR segment= SEGT sacrum= SKRUM or SAI/KRUM appendicitis= A/PEND/SAOITS or A/PEN/DA/SAOITS colon= KLON diagnose= D-G diverticulitis= DAOIFR/TIK/LAOITS appendectomy= AP/PEN/DEK/TOEM or AP/*EN/DEK/TOEM or AP/DEK/TOEM abdominal= ABL quadrant= QAURNT nausea= NAUZ/YA lumbosacral= LUM/BOE/SKRAL or LUM/BOE/SAI/KRAL scoliosis= SKOELZ or …

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Nov 12

Medical Monday: Spondylitis

Spondylitis is defined as: “Inflammation of the vertebrae.” Machine Briefs: Option #1: spondylitis= SPOND/LAOITS Option #2: spondylitis= SPON/DA/LAOITS

Nov 09

Court Reporting Requirements in Texas

According to the Court Reporters Certification Board for Texas, the requirements for becoming a court reporter are as follows: 1) Pass the CSR Examination. 2) Have a High School Diploma or GED equivalent. 3) Submit to fingerprinting so a criminal history investigation can be done. The fingerprinting requirement was enacted on April 26, 2011. CLICK …

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Nov 09

Friday Phrases

degree of= DREF degree of care= DREFK degree of medical certainty= DREFMT degree of the= DREFT did your= DUR or SDUR one of= WUFN one of the= WUFNT operating room= ORM or PRAOM or not= ORNT P.O. Box= PO*X peremptory challenge= PRERJ

Nov 06

Practive Video: Senate Session

I find senate sessions to be great practice for both congressional lits and Q & A designations. Below is a video from a senate session that took place in June, 2012: Here are some briefs from the video: assert= SAERT U.S.= UZ domestic= DMEFKT energy= N-RG he’s= HAOES oppose= PAOS opposed= PAOFD mature= MAUR benign= …

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Nov 06

Dictionary Builder: Defeasance

Defeasance is defined as follows: “(1) The termination of a property interest in accordance with stipulated conditions (as in a deed). (2) An instrument stating such conditions of limitation. (3) A rendering null or void. (4) Defeat, overthrow.” Machine Brief: defeasance= TKPAOEFNS defeasance= DA/FAOEFNS

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