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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of unstageable

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of unstageable:
/ənstejd͡ʒəbəl/

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  1. We're now going to move on to unstageable pressure ulcers. Unstageable pressure
  2. the bone. So this was unstageable and unstageable present on admission. So, you
  3. unstageable due to eschar. So it's M0300F. M0300F is unstageable due to eschar.
  4. worsening pressure ulcers. And it has separate sections for unstageable
  5. suspected deep tissue injury. And actually divides unstageable into three parts.
  6. but the largest ulcer and only if it's Stage 3, 4 or unstageable secondary to
  7. base of the wound or at least part of it. And you want to identify unstageable
  8. pressure sores. And we're going to talk about that because unstageable pressure
  9. what it says is after you have an unstageable wound, the stage that you use is
  10. see the wound base, it's no longer a Stage 3. It's unstageable, which we're
  11. ulcers are divided into three types. If you're not confused enough, unstageable
  12. about it, it makes a lot of sense because unstageable could be because it's
  13. That's M0300E, M0300E is unstageable under a nonremovable dressing or device.
  14. M0300F is unstageable because it has slough and eschar covering the base, and
  15. these. M0300E is unstageable because it's underneath a nonremovable device. And
  16. what stage it is. So it's coded as M0300C -- M0300E unstageable because it's
  17. know the stage, it's a M0300E unstageable due to nonremovable dressing. M0300F
  18. is unstageable due to slough or eschar. It's probable full thickness tissue
  19. goes, so this ulcer is unstageable due to slough or eschar, M0300F. And
  20. get to measurements in a couple of minutes. M0300G is unstageable due to