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By Lisa Maitland de Hernandez
Want to know how you can speak in Spanish in the course of emergency occasions regardless of figuring out in simple terms English? EMERGENCIA! Emergency Translation guide is a language reference for English talking clinical caregivers who have to speak successfully with Spanish audio system in emergency events. Translations of a big selection of scientific emergencies comprise phonetic pronunciations of phrases and words and correct questions that require in simple terms "yes" or "no" solutions. Diagrams of the human physique classified in Spanish and pages of popular phrases and words additional facilitate verbal exchange and finally quicken reaction time.
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Who? ¿Quién? [tee-eh-nay fee-eh-bray] [pour kwahn-toe teeehm-poe] [ore-ahs] [dee-ahs] [tee-eh-nay cone-vool-seeoh-nase] [kwahn-toes] [lay dee-oh may-dee-seenah] [kay may-dee-see-nah] [mwhe-stray may] [lay dwell-lay] [don-day] [mwhe-stray may] [air-ah oon ack-see-dentay] [al-gee-ehn lay dwell-lay] [key-ehn] For patient assessment, use appropriate section of manual to guide your questioning. PEDIATRICS Infants and Young Children (Patients) 46 Chapter 13 Older Children Questions for child patient My name is ________.
Muéstreme. ¿Se desmayó? ¿Toma medicinas? Consíguelo. ¿Puede sentarse? Acuéstese, por favor. [ehs-tah air-ee-doe] [don-day] [mwhe-stray may] [say des-my-oh] [toe-mah meh-dee-see nahs] [con-see-gay-low] [pway-day sen-tar-say] [ah-ques-tay-say poor fah-vore] Diabetes Do you have ¿Tiene diabetes? diabetes? Do you take insulin? ¿Toma insulina? When did you take it? Today? Hours? Minutes? Did you take too much? Have you eaten? When did you last eat? Breakfast Lunch Dinner [tee-en-nay doe-lore en sue ahb-doe-men] [toe-mah een-sue-leenah] ¿Cuando lo tomó?
Con-see-gay-low] ¿Lo usó? [low ooh-sew] ¿Minutos? [me-knew-toes] ¿Horas? [ore-ahs] ¿Tiene tos? [tee-eh-nay tose] ¿Tiene dolor en [tee-eh-nah doe-lore ehn su pecho? sue petch-oh] ¿Le duele a [lay dwell-lay ah ray-speerespirar profundo? rar Pro-foo-doe] ¿Tiene fiebre? [tee-eh-nay fee-eh-bray] ¿Tiene náusea o vómito? [tee-eh-nay now-say-ah oh voe-mee-toe] RESPIRATORY Respiratory SEIZURES Chapter 6 Seizures Are you hurt? Where? Show me. Did you faint? Do you take any medications? Get it. Can you sit up?