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Medical Spanish Mar 15
EL BEFORE A FEMININE NOUN - As we practice interpreting the clinical dialogues in our Medical lessons, we always review the grammar. This video is an excerpt from our latest premium audio lesson COPD vs Asthma in our Spanish for COPD series:
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Medical Spanish Mar 4
Asking About Pregnancy Loss in - Not an easy topic, but something we need to ask. Check out this free lesson covering a Gynecological Exam in Spanish: .
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Medical Spanish Feb 24
Here's the latest! COPD Explained in | Podcasts by Doc Molly Skip around the audio with the timestamps (under Table of Contents). Premium members, please fill out the brief survey (link at the bottom of the show notes). 🤗
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Medical Spanish Feb 17
Learn to ask about symptoms of the ears, nose, throat, lungs and heart in Spanish.
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Medical Spanish Feb 16
Learn a Review of Systems in Spanish. Click here and start speaking . >>>
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Medical Spanish Feb 15
From the audio lesson on Family & Nationality in our Basic Medical series.
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Medical Spanish Feb 15
Learn a Review of Systems ✅ in Spanish! -
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Medical Spanish Feb 15
Free premium lesson! Learn a Review of Systems for the ears, eyes, nose, mouth, throat, lungs, and heart in Spanish. -
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Medical Spanish Feb 14
From the audio lesson on Family & Nationality in our Basic Medical series.
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Medical Spanish Feb 14
From the "Family & Nationality" audio lesson in our Basic Medical series:
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Medical Spanish Feb 9
¿Cada cuánto se aplica insulina? (How often do you give yourself insulin?) Diabetes Patient Interview | Podcasts by Doc Molly
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Medical Spanish Feb 7
Reporting blood pressure in Spanish. - Su presión arterial es de ciento cincuenta y seis sobre ochenta y tres. (Your blood pressure is 156 over 83.) Learn this and how to discuss lab results in Spanish in our series on Hypertension.
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Medical Spanish Jan 31
We practice phrases like this in the "Describing Our Bodies" audio lesson, part of our Basic Medical Spanish series at
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Medical Spanish Jan 29
In this example, we use the verb LLEVAR to ask how far along someone is in their pregnancy. This question comes from a patient interview about childbirth in Spanish: (Audio for video is from the premium lesson: CB01 Childbirth - Phrase Review 1)
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Medical Spanish Jan 28
From our Medical Spanish audio series: "The Red Eye" -
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Medical Spanish Jan 26
We use this phrase in the latest premium lesson - A Q&A in Spanish on the Flu Vaccine - Who, Why and When
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Medical Spanish Jan 16
We practice this grammatical construction in an upcoming premium lessons on vaccination.
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Medical Spanish Jan 13
We practice talking about flu symptoms and transmission in in the latest premium lesson in our Flu series at
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Medical Spanish Jan 12
Asking about intensity of pain in - "¿Cómo es el dolor ahora? ¿Es leve, moderado, o severo?" From: Back Pain in Spanish - Dialogue with Interpreter | Podcasts by Doc Molly
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Medical Spanish Dec 31
Making comparisons in Spanish - “También necesitan ajustar su dieta, para poder quemar MÁS CALORÍAS DE LAS QUE consumen.” Example from.... ¿Cuánto ejercicio debo hacer?: MedlinePlus en español
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