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Medical Spanish Nov 13
The doctor asks about location, timing, quality, provocative factors, and associated symptoms in this clinical dialogue in :
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Medical Spanish Nov 12
The doctor asks about location, timing, quality, provocative factors, and associated symptoms in this clinical dialogue in :
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Medical Spanish Nov 10
The doctor asks about location, timing, quality, provocative factors, and associated symptoms in this clinical dialogue in :
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Medical Spanish Nov 9
The doctor asks about location, timing, quality, provocative factors, and associated symptoms in this clinical dialogue in :
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Medical Spanish Nov 8
The doctor asks about location, timing, quality, provocative factors, and associated symptoms in this clinical dialogue in :
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Medical Spanish Nov 3
Cuidado con los tratamientos alternativos. "¿Puede curarte la c**a? | Mariano Collantes" from TED en Español by TED Talks on Apple Podcasts
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Medical Spanish Nov 2
We practice useful questions and phrases for Labor & Delivery in the Women's Health series
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Medical Spanish Nov 1
In my interview with Letty, she uses ESCALOFRÍOS to describe her symptoms when she had Chikungunya. You can also use ESCALOFRÍOS when describing something that gives you the creeps.
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Medical Spanish Oct 31
¡Feliz Noche de Brujas! - Always use CRÁNEO when speaking with patients. CALAVERA is used to refer to a skull QUE DA SUSTO or a decoration (ej. calavera de azúcar). Learn practical Spanish for healthcare and elsewhere at .
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Medical Spanish Oct 29
Reflections of a Grady Doctor regarding the importance of human interpreters in healthcare: “Barriers to care can create barriers to caring.”
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Medical Spanish Oct 28
We are covering Spanish for the NIH Stroke Scale at
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Medical Spanish Oct 24
We practice using MANTENER and SOSTENER when testing a patient's strength, in the Spanish audio series on Stroke:
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Medical Spanish Oct 21
Talking about periods in Spanish - "¿Tiene sangrado menstrual muy abundante?" Learn more useful phrases for women's health in Spanish here:
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Medical Spanish Oct 17
TURN AROUND / OVER. (Formal command) Dése la vuelta. Voltéese. TURN ON YOUR SIDE. (Formal command) Voltéese de lado. Póngase de lado. We practice expressing movements with the body in the Spanish for Physical Therapy series.
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Medical Spanish Oct 15
HACIA ATRÁS (back) De un paso hacia atrás. (Take a step back.) - formal command Learn to express movements with the body in Spanish.
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Medical Spanish Oct 14
Explaining complex movements with the body in can be a real challenge. Try to interpret these instructions during a shoulder exam in Spanish. Audio excerpt is from a premium lesson in my "Spanish for Physical Therapy" series.
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Medical Spanish Oct 11
RECAÍDA (relapse) Also notice the use of the SUBJUNCTIVE in the following passage from "El murmullo de las abejas" by Sofía Segovia: “indicó que siguiera el tratamiento unas horas más para que su paciente no sufriera una recaída."
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Medical Spanish Oct 10
DARSE UN GOLPE - Do you know how to use this very useful phrase? From a Spanish audio lesson in my Basic Medical subscription:
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Medical Spanish Oct 6
Listen to how the doctor says, "out of the corner of your eye" while performing a visual field exam. From the Spanish audio series on stroke -
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Medical Spanish Oct 3
CONTROLES (check-ups) “Les hacemos ya la pruebas. Si resulta positiva pues, ya empezamos los CONTROLES prenatales.”
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