GRAMMAR - MT

Clean up the following sentences by identifying and correcting misspellings and misused/incorrect words.
QUESTION:

1. The patient's epistaxis was treated with silver nitrite after dried blood in the nasal secretions were removed.

ANSWER:
1. The patient's epistaxis was treated with silver nitrate after dried blood in the nasal secretions was removed.

spelling of epistaxis is correct medical term - corrected nitrate and I believe it was the wrong use of the word 'were' changed it to 'was'.

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  1. "spelling of epistaxis is correct medical term - corrected nitrate and I believe it was the wrong use of the word 'were' changed it to 'was'."

    These are all correct corrections. Also think about that last part. (I don't know the answer, but you should!) Is it removing something from the secretions or the passages?

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