Substitutions apply anytime a matching phrase is used while the microphone is recording.
This applies to regular dictations, not to shortcuts.
When to use Substitutions:
- Substitutions: One word or a group of words that would never normally be dictated alone or together.
Word dictated: Basophilic
Reconciles as: Base of fillet
Word dictated: Algerbrush
Reconciles as: algae or brush
- Substitutions: Personal Names that need to be capitalized. Application knows many words but not personal names.
Words dictated: rock hill clinic
Reconciles as: rock hill clinic
Create Substitution as Rock Hill Clinic
- Substitutions: As short text Inserts when dictating such as bland diet, medication protocols doctors signatures, etc.
Words dictated: Insert Bland diet
The most commonly used bland diet is cooked white rice and a small amount of boiled boneless, skinless chicken breast (in a ¾ rice mix). This bland diet is a diet that is soft and highly digestible. It is low in fiber, fat, and protein, and is high in carbohydrates. The bland diet can be fed for 3 -5 days with no treats or other food sources until stools are back to normal. If anything during this time changes, the PET gets worse with HIS symptoms then I would advise taking HIM in for an appointment. But if everything is back to normal, then transition back to a normal diet slowly over a week period (i.e. Start by adding 25% of the regular diet to 75% of the bland diet and feed that combination for two days). If stools continue to be normal, then continue substituting the regular diet in 25% increments and feeding the combination in two day time intervals until the diet is 100% regular diet. Minimize treats for one week after moving the diet back to 100% regular diet.
Note: I added the prefix “Insert” to this phrase instead of using only “Bland Diet”.
This way I only get my example paragraph when I choose to.
If the phrase was “Bland Diet” the text above would always be returned.