I was dictating an H&P about a patient who had a CABG, and I was amazed at how Dragon translated me saying "cabbage" into "CABG."
Me: "But what if I want to say 'cabbage'?"
My colleague: "Maybe if the context is right, it will use cabbage."
Me: [dictating] "'Patient has an allergy to cabbage. Patient likes to eat cabbage.' Nope, still CABG."
My colleague: "But to be fair, how often do you want to dictate cabbage?"
Me: "Watch. My next patient will have choked on a cabbage."
You'll have to call the offending cabbage pseudolettuce.ReplyDelete
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