Spanish for the emergency room
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Published by M. Di Lorenzo-Kearon, T.P. Kearon in [New York?] .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Spanish language -- Conversation and phrase books (for medical personnel),
  • Spanish language -- Textbooks for foreign speakers -- English.

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementMaria Di Lorenzo-Kearon, Thomas P. Kearon.
ContributionsKearon, Thomas P.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPC4120.M3 D52 1985
The Physical Object
Paginationiv, 99 leaves ;
Number of Pages99
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2651153M
LC Control Number85232825

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Spanish for Emergency Room Staff Materials Description and Content: Spanish for Emergency Room Staff (SERS) is published by Command Spanish ®, Inc. and consists of a page manual bound in a 3-ring binder with 4. For more comprehensive classroom use, it may be used with the textbook, Breezing Through Emergency Spanish, Books 1 & 2 and BTES, Book 1, Emergency Responder Instructor Manual. Other publications by the author are Quick Spanish for Law Enforcement and Quick Spanish for Emergency Responders, : David B. Dees. las urgencias: emergency. el almacén: storage room. el almacén de material estéril: storage room for sterile equipment. el almacén de material sucio: storage room for soiled equipment. la ambulancia: ambulance. los aseos: toilets. el consultorio: examination and treatment room. el despacho de la enfermera jefe: head nurse’s office. I went to the emergency room because I had a very strong pain in my abdomen. Fui a urgencias porque tenía un dolor muy fuerte en el abdomen. Copyright © Curiosity Media Inc.

Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Medical Spanish for paramedics, emergency medical technicians (EMT) Please also see Back to Basics page 11 - Survival Phrases. Review greetings in back-to-basics page 3a. Page 1. 1. emergency room (US), casualty department, accident and emergency (UK) n noun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc. (hospital: casualty department) urgencias nfpl nombre femenino plural: Sustantivo femenino que se usa únicamente en plural, con los artículos las o unas. Ejemplos: unas exequias, las albricias. sala de emergencias nf.   Spanish is the second most spoken language in the United States, English is #1, so EMT’s in certain cities will frequently interact with spanish speaking patients. When communication is difficult between the emergency medical responder and patient it’s good to remember to always treat the patient with respect. Whether you are in a Spanish speaking country or have a couple of Spanish speaking friends, it can be helpful to know some essential emergency Spanish vocabulary in case you find yourself in an unfortunate situation.. Police Spanish Phrases. Some questions that you could be asked by the police.

The Spanish Clinical Language and Resource Guide has been created to enhance public access to information about mental health services and other human service resources available to Spanish-speaking residents of Hennepin County and the Twin Cities metro area. a. fui a la sala de emergencias. I went to the emergency room when I broke my a la sala de emergencias cuando me rompí la pierna. 2. (habitual action) a. iba a la sala de emergencias. I went to the emergency room every month when I was a a la sala de emergencias cada mes cuando era niño. Copyright © Curiosity Media Inc.   An app or a book isn’t enough to get you to learn Spanish for real. It has to be used and practiced every day. Ask for help from your Spanish-speaking colleagues and friends so they’ll talk the language with you. Sure you’ll struggle at first. It will probably sound quite funny, but every little step is a step forward in the right g: emergency room. Here are some Spanish phrases and exclamations for use in emergencies and other difficult situations. Hopefully you won't need to use them! Note that in a genuine emergency, you can contact the emergency services in Spain by calling