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Medical Spanish Made Ridiculously Simple

9780940780453

Autor : Abrams

Materia : Diccionarios

Editorial : MedMaster

Año : 2000

Edición : 1a ED

Idioma : Inglés

ISBN : 9780940780453

Paginas : 106

Encuadernación : Pasta blanda

Tipo de Impresión : B/N

Presentación : De bolsillo

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DESCRIPCIÓN GENERAL:

How to examine a Spanish-speaking patient without knowing a single word of Spanish. An enormously helpful, well-indexed guide to communicating in Spanish. Ideal for physicians, nurses, and other health care workers. Questions in "yes" and "no" format, with correct phonetic pronunciation for each phrase

 

 

DIRIGIDO A:

Médicos Generales

 

CONTENIDO:

 

Greetings and General Remarks
Present Illness
Past Illness/Family History
- Allergies
- Hospitalization: Injury/Surgery
- Medications
- Drug Abuse (Drugs, Alcohol)
- Immunizations
- Travel
- Occupational History
- Psychosocial History
- Diet

Review of Systems/Physical Examination
- General
- Vital Signs (blood pressure, pulse, temperature)
- Skin
- Head and Neck (head, eyes, ears, nose, throat, mouth)
- Neck
- Larynx
- Blood, Lymphatic
- Chest
- Cardiovascular
- Pulmonary
- Breasts
- Gastrointestinal (abdomen)
- Genital and Urinary
- Sexual History
- Pelvic Examination
- Female Menses
- Pregnancy
- Labor
- Delivery
- Endocrine
- Extremities/Musculoskeletal
- Neurological

Laboratory Procedures
- Venipuncture
- Urine Collection
- Sputum Specimen
- Stool Specimen
- Throat Culture
- Electrocardiogram (ECG)
- Radiology
- Ultrasound
- CT Scan
- EEG
- Spinal Tap

Prescription Directions
Prescription Information
Emergency/Trauma Information
Appendix 1: Cardinal Numbers
Appendix 2: Ordinal Numbers
Appendix 3: Days of the Week
Appendix 4: Months of the Year
Appendix 5: Guide to Certain Letters of the Alphabet
Dictionary of Medical Terminology
Glossary of Spanish Medical Terms
Index of Signs and

 
     

 

ACERCA DEL AUTOR:

Trudy Espinoza- Abrams

Worked for many years at University of Health Sciences/ The Chicago Medical School, First in the doctoral program in Clinical Psychology, then as programs Coordinator for the undergraduate and graduate training programs in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral sciences