Pocket idiot's guide to Spanish for health care professionals / Richard P. Castillo and K.D. Sullivan; with Merilee Eggleston and Candice DeLong
Book | Alpha | 2004
Available at Gateway-Elkhorn Campus General Collection (PC 4120 M3 C3.7 2004) plus 2 more

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vii, 312 p. ; 19 cm.
Note
Includes index.
Contents
Spanish from the ground up
Communication basics
When the patient arrives
Taking the medical history
The physical exam
Diagnostic tests and procedures
The diagnosis
Treatment
Hospitalization and surgery
Home health care nursing
OB/GYN
Emergencies
Mental health
Summary
Today, when one in four babies born in the U.S. is Hispanic, it is essential that every hospital administrator, nurse, EMT, and doctor have a working knowledge of Spanish. Chapters include vocabulary, phrases, and pronunciation for everything from insurance forms to mental health to prenatal care, with additional sections on dentistry and optometry.
10.00 H/O GEN (99-HOG-9) CMM (99-CMM-9)
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Sullivan, K. D.
Eggleston, Merilee.
DeLong, Candice.
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Spanish for health care professionals
Idiot's guide Spanish for health care professionals
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