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Learn clear, effective Spanish for the medical setting.
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Medical Spanish May 16
At first I thought you were promoting the list. Then I read it. It drives me nuts when providers use CKD as a reason to avoid ACEIs. And it reminds me of a recent study re SGLT2i highlighed by .
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Medical Spanish May 16
Learn Spanish for a Healthy Pregnancy - Weight Gain and Caffeine Intake | Podcasts by Doc Molly This interactive audio lessons will get you speaking ! ¡Que lo disfruten!
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Medical Spanish May 8
We'll practice this vocabulary in the next episode of the Medical Spanish Podcast () as we go over common recommendations for a healthy pregnancy in .
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Medical Spanish May 1
Here’s the latest! I interview my teacher at , Jesus Elizabeth Cortez Cox, about the origin of her long name. We also talk about what’s to come on the Podcast! - Names from the Spanish-Speaking World
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Medical Spanish Apr 26
Tres nuevas voces para el Medical Spanish Podcast. Aquí vemos a Eliza, su hija Nicole, y Francisco. Están grabando un diálogo sobre el TDAH (trastorno de déficit de atención con hiperactividad). Making lesson while studying at in .
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Medical Spanish Apr 26
Haciendo tortillas en la casa de nuestra familia en San Pedro. (Making lessons while studying at in .)
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Medical Spanish Apr 24
Mi estupenda profesora de español Eliza y yo trabajando en lecciones de sobre el cuidado prenatal. (Making lessons while studying at in )
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Medical Spanish Apr 23
Easter morning procession. (Making lessons while studying at during in .)
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Medical Spanish Apr 19
Las alfombras para la procesión del Viernes Santo. Making lessons during at in .
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Medical Spanish Apr 18
Hoy entrevistamos a la estimada comadrona Ester Pop de . Hablamos sobre: el cuidado prenatal, el nacimiento, los 40 días de cuidados después del parto, la alimentación al pecho y más.
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Medical Spanish Apr 17
Just interviewed Dr. Francisco Méndez from about prenatal care. Opina que sin las Comadronas se colapsaría el sistema de salud. I can’t wait to share it with you. @sanpedrospanishschool
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Medical Spanish Apr 15
Here is the latest! Explaining Alveoli and Blood Gases in .
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Medical Spanish Apr 15
¡Saludos desde San Pedro la Laguna! Aquí se ve una alfombra para la procesión del Domingo de Ramos.
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Medical Spanish Apr 8
Replying to @BrighamSK @stevendtate
Whole heartedly agree!! Sometimes I do consult speech but after talking to the patient, explain goals with speech so we don’t end up with a miserable dehydrated patient a week later.
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Medical Spanish Apr 8
Another great episode, with lots of useful pearls. , in an upcoming clinical dialogue for my Medical Spanish Podcast, may I have the patient say she feels like she’s walking on marbles when she gets up in the morning? once again. 🙏
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Medical Spanish Apr 3
Thank you 🙏 for covering REAL LIFE MEDICINE. I love the point that you pick whether you think the pt is volume depleted our volume overloaded and either diurese or give fluids but don’t do both. Even if you were wrong, that way you’ll have information to work with the next day.
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Medical Spanish Apr 1
But look where doctors’ judgement got us. We played a role in the opioid epidemic. I welcome the CDC guidelines that recommend limiting opioid Rx to 3 days for acute pain.
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Medical Spanish Apr 1
....and just purchased Nephrology Secrets for.
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Medical Spanish Apr 1
Thank you so much ! The material you present in podcast is so practical and helpful. Such a nice change from dry lectures at conferences. Going to iTunes now to give my 5 star review.
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Medical Spanish Mar 31
🙏 again for all the great nuggets of knowledge! I have a ? for : When I start to see bicarb go up with diuresis, but volume still up, Cr stable or improving, I will continue diuresis while more aggressively replacing KCl to hopefully improve alkalosis. Agree? Thanks!
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