Monthly Archive: June 2016

Jun 16

A NYC Bus Seat That Should Say, “Reserved For Court Reporters”

Seat Reserved For Court Reporter

I love the new wide-aisle bus seat some of the MTA buses have now installed. It has the perfect leg room/luggage space for court reporters on the go. The only downside is that there is only one wide-aisle row per bus, and sometimes someone is in my seat. Smh. Lol.

Jun 16

Medical Briefs From House: Season 1, Episode 8

disoriented= DOERNTD atropine= AT/ROE/PAO*EN or AT/TROE/PAO*EN naloxone= NA/LOX/SO*EN or NA/LOX/O*EN CAT scan= SKA*T infection= N-FX diabetes= DAOIBTS shigellosis= SHIG/A/LOE/S*IS or SHIG/LOE/S*IS or SHIG/LO*EZ bradycardia= BRAID/YI/KARD/YA* viral= VAOIRL tox= TO*X myocarditis= MAOI/O*E/KAR/DAO*ITS negative= NEF butanediol= BAOU/TAIN/DAOI/O*L diazepam= DAOI/AZ/A/PA*M or DAOI/AZ/PA*M bacterial= BABLGT contamination= TAMGS gastroenteritis= SGROE/SBRAOITS carbamates= KAR/BA/MA*ITS organophosphates= OR/GAN/O*E/FOS/FA*ITS or GORN/FO*S/FA*ITS or GORN/O*E/FOS/FA*ITS organochlorines= OR/GAN/O*E/KLOR/RAO*ENS …

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Jun 16

Stenspiration™

“Now, here, you see, it takes all the running you can do, to keep in the same place. If you want to get somewhere else, you must run at least twice as fast as that.” -Lewis Carroll Love, Speed & Accuracy, Elsie Villega

Jun 06

Medical Monday: Epistaxsis

An epistaxsis is a nosebleed. Machine Briefs: OPTION #1: epistaxsis= EP/A/STAX/S*IS OPTION #2: epistaxsis= EP/A/STAX/*IS OPTION #3: epistaxsis= EP/A/STAK/S*IS OPTION #4: epistaxsis= EP/STAX/S*IS OPTION #5: epistaxsis= EP/STAK/S*IS OPTION #6: epistaxsis= EP/STAX/*IS OPTION #7: epistaxsis= EP/Y/STAX/S*IS OPTION #8: epistaxsis= EP/Y/STAX/*IS OPTION #9: epistaxsis= EP/Y/STAK/S*IS OPTION #10: epistaxsis= EP/PA/STAX/S*IS OPTION #11: epistaxsis= EP/PA/STAX/*IS OPTION #12: epistaxsis= EP/PA/STAK/S*IS

Jun 02

Case CATalyst: Tapemarks- Defining Them & Scanning For Them

Stenography machines are equipped with buttons that allow you to make electronic marks on your steno notes. These tapemarks are used by stenographers to make special notations in their notes. For example, a stenographer might want to be reminded of a place in their steno notes that they want to review later, and they may …

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Jun 02

I Love Steno The Student Edition: How Relaxation Helps Your Memory

When your body feels stress, it releases the hormone cortisol. When your cortisol levels are high, your memory is adversely affected. High stress levels are accompanied by lowered concentration levels, and a lowered ability to retain and recall information. Therefore, take a deep breath and try to be as relaxed as possible while you are …

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Jun 01

CART Classroom Demontration

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