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Complete Medical Spanish : A Practical Course for Quick and Confident Communication

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McGraw-Hill’s Complete Medical Spanish is an illustrated medical Spanish text-workbook specifically geared to healthcare professionals, in particular, physicians, physicians’ assistants, nurses (including NPs, LVNs, LPNs, MAs), medical attendants, lab technicians, and ancillary medical staff.

The book is composed of ten chapters or lessons. Each chapter introduces grammar concepts (often referred to as “structures,” which somehow sounds less threatening), vocabulary, and dialogues that attempt to follow the order in which your patient visit takes place. For example, you will learn to greet a patient, take vital signs, interview him or her, find out the chief complaint, review the medical history, give a physical exam, and then recommend prescription or follow-up instructions. Vocabulary and dialogues for various lab tests are also included. Many significant cultural aspects are also interspersed throughout each chapter, culminating with the last lesson that focuses on “Cross-cultural communication.”

Each chapter follows a logical progression and introduces vocabulary by means of pictures that are generally related to a single topic. The initial vocabulary section of each chapter is followed by related exercises, dialogues, and/or crossword puzzles. Grammar concepts are explained in a simple, clear, and concise manner. Although grammar, per se, is not stressed, it is reinforced by constant repetition—the very manner in which we learned our native tongue as children.

The purpose of the illustrations and the suggested method of instruction is to encourage you to avoid translating from Spanish to English and vice versa. Instead, you are encouraged to relate the image or concept directly with the appropriate Spanish word, thus eliminating an entire and irrelevant translation step.
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