Spanish for Nurses by Rudy Valenzuela

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Spanish for Nurses can help you communicate clearly in most types of medical situations, from basic greetings to more complex phrases. Become comfortable taking patient histories, describing medical tests and explaining diagnoses with this guide to medical terms in Spanish.

Learn dialogues from greetings to the diagnostic:

Nurse
Good morning. What brings you to the office today?
Buenos días. ¿A qué viene a la oficina hoy?
('bweh-nohs 'dee-ahs ah keh bee-'eh-neh ah lah oh-fee-'see-nah 'oh-ee)

Patient
I’m here to see the doctor. I have a stomachache.
Vengo a ver al doctor. Me duele el estómago.
(behn-goh ah behr ahl dohk-'tohr / meh doo-'eh-leh ehl ehs-'toh-mah-goh)

Nurse
Describe your pain: Acute? Comes and goes?
Describa su dolor: ¿Agudo? ¿Va y viene?
(dehs-'kree-bah soo doh-'lohr / ah-'goo-doh / bah ee bee-'eh-neh)
 

About Rudy Valenzuela

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Rudy Valenzuela, RN, MSN, FNP-C, is immediate past-president of the National Association of Hispanic Nurses. He has received the National Hispanic Health Leadership Award from the National Hispanic Medical Association. He works as a family nurse practitioner at the JWCH Clinic at the Weingart Center in Los Angeles, California.
 
Published February 3, 2009 by Kaplan Publishing. 272 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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