Trudy Espinoza-Abrams: Medical Spanish Made Ridiculously Simple (2011)

How to examine a Spanish-speaking patient without knowing a single word of Spanish. An enormously helpful, well-indexed guide to communicating in Spanish. Ideal for physicians, nurses, and other health care workers. Questions in "yes" and "no" format, with correct phonetic pronunciation for each phrase. 106 pgs.; $12.95
(sample page). ISBN#9780940780453

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Greetings and General Remarks
Present Illness
Past Illness/Family History
- Allergies
- Hospitalization: Injury/Surgery
- Medications
- Drug Abuse (Drugs, Alcohol)
- Immunizations
- Travel
- Occupational History
- Psychosocial History
- Diet

Review of Systems/Physical Examination
- General
- Vital Signs (blood pressure, pulse, temperature)
- Skin
- Head and Neck (head, eyes, ears, nose, throat, mouth)
- Neck
- Larynx
- Blood, Lymphatic
- Chest
- Cardiovascular
- Pulmonary
- Breasts
- Gastrointestinal (abdomen)
- Genital and Urinary
- Sexual History
- Pelvic Examination
- Female Menses
- Pregnancy
- Labor
- Delivery
- Endocrine
- Extremities/Musculoskeletal
- Neurological

Laboratory Procedures
- Venipuncture
- Urine Collection
- Sputum Specimen
- Stool Specimen
- Throat Culture
- Electrocardiogram (ECG)
- Radiology
- Ultrasound
- CT Scan
- EEG
- Spinal Tap

Prescription Directions
Prescription Information
Emergency/Trauma Information
Appendix 1: Cardinal Numbers
Appendix 2: Ordinal Numbers
Appendix 3: Days of the Week
Appendix 4: Months of the Year
Appendix 5: Guide to Certain Letters of the Alphabet
Dictionary of Medical Terminology
Glossary of Spanish Medical Terms
Index of Signs and