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What do dictated medical reports really sound like?
One of the most important tools a medical transcriptionist has is
experience. The more practice dictation you type, the better, in order to develop your skills and keep them sharp.
our sample dictations to try medical transcription, or to practice your skills. Download the .wav file and play it using your freeexpresscribe
dictation player. Listen to each file and do your best to transcribe it accurately. Then, open up the key
file and check your work.
Remember, medical transcription skills have to be learned and practiced in order to have accuracy
and speed transcribing medical dictation. Do not get discouraged if you find these practice files too difficult.
Medical Dictation Samples
All identifying information has been omitted from our sample reports to protect privacy of patients involved. Medical reports on our site are to be used for reference purposes with no guarantee of accuracy, for research of medical words, terminology and phrases. Please be aware that style, abbreviation expansion, and verbatim preferences vary from client to client, and therefore our sample reports may not demonstrate proper Medical Transcription Style. Before submitting any work, you should consult your Book of Style, client, or instructor for further direction. No copy of this material in whole or in part is to be made without written permission.
Right-click on the dictation file of your choice, and choose "Save Target As."
Download the file to the location
of your choice.
Simply click on the dictation file link to have it play in your internet Media Player.
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