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Medical Spanish Sep 16
DEJAR EN SECO - (to quit cold turkey) “Dejé de fumar en seco.” (I quit smoking cold turkey.) Screenshot below is from the audio lesson “BB17 Alcohol & Drugs” in the Medical History & Exam series.
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Medical Spanish Sep 12
For a limited time, you can get my premium audio series covering Stroke in Spanish for free! New premium audio lessons are coming soon to this series. Stay tuned.
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Medical Spanish Sep 11
I've added new subscription options. Now you can try out my premium or audio lessons for just $20. (No recurring payments) Subscribe here:
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Medical Spanish Sep 10
Bowel movements… We’ve got to talk about them. 😳 Watch out for the amigo falso below when asking about constipation in . (From audio lesson: “B11 Review of Systems - Gastrointestinal” in the Medical History & Exam series )
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Medical Spanish Sep 9
FIND WHAT YOU’RE LOOKING FOR AT . Now you can browse topics and search for a word or phrase. Try out the Browse & Search widgets to the bottom of each page at the . ¡Que pases un buen día!
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Medical Spanish Sep 8
AL PARECER (apparently, it appears) “Al parecer ella está un poco avanzada para su edad.” (It appears she is a little advanced for her age.) From: “Child Development in ” | Podcasts by Doc Molly
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Medical Spanish Sep 8
APRETAR Y ahora apriete los ojos muy fuerte. (Now squeeze your eyes closed.) Ahora apriete mis dedos con sus manos. (Now squeeze my fingers with your hands.) From an audio lesson covering Stroke:
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Medical Spanish Sep 5
Asking about contractions in . From audio lesson covering Labor & Delivery in the Women’s Health series:
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Medical Spanish Aug 30
LEARNING GRAMMAR THROUGH MY MEDICAL SPANISH LESSONS - In this excerpt from a Medical Spanish audio lesson, you will hear how we review both the grammar and the vocabulary in a patient interview. From first premium lesson covering the patient interview:
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Medical Spanish Aug 27
Do you know how to say TO GET PREGNANT in ? You will hear two ways in this excerpt from the patient interview "Unable to Conceive." Listen to the interview here:
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Medical Spanish Aug 25
Listen to an interview about childbirth in Spanish
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Medical Spanish Aug 19
Interpretation challenge! More inhaler instructions - Do you know how to say TO RELEASE THE MEDICATION in ? - Audio if from my series on Asthma.
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Medical Spanish Aug 17
Interpretation challenge! Do you know to say TO SHAKE and MOUTHPIECE in ? -- Audio is from my series on Asthma.
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Medical Spanish Aug 15
EN AYUNAS (fasting, on an empty stomach) - Tome este medicamento en ayunas.
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Medical Spanish Aug 14
Use the verbs MONITOREAR and APLICARSE to interpret as the nurse prepares a new diabetic for discharge. Learn how to talk about monitoring blood sugars and giving and dosing insulin in Spanish: ....
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Medical Spanish Aug 13
SUERO - This word is used to refer to FLUIDS, usually IV fluids, but also oral rehydration fluids, SUERO ORAL.
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Medical Spanish Aug 12
Expressing sympathy - Mi más sentido pésame (My heartfelt condolences)
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Medical Spanish Aug 11
Click play to practice asking about pregnancy in . Listen to a patient interview about childbirth in Spanish: (Audio for this video in an excerpt of the premium lesson: CB01 Childbirth - Phrase Review 1)
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Medical Spanish Aug 10
PERSPIRATION - sudor, sudación, transpiración ... ¿Cómo lo dices tú?
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Medical Spanish Aug 10
Great article que da en el clavo: Los falsos remedios de la industria del bienestar
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