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Professional English in Use Medicine [Pehme köide]

  • Formaat: Paperback / softback, 175 pages, kõrgus x laius x paksus: 263x197x9 mm, kaal: 430 g, col. Illustrations
  • Sari: Professional English in Use
  • Ilmumisaeg: 26-Apr-2007
  • Kirjastus: Cambridge University Press
  • ISBN-10: 0521682010
  • ISBN-13: 9780521682015
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  • Formaat: Paperback / softback, 175 pages, kõrgus x laius x paksus: 263x197x9 mm, kaal: 430 g, col. Illustrations
  • Sari: Professional English in Use
  • Ilmumisaeg: 26-Apr-2007
  • Kirjastus: Cambridge University Press
  • ISBN-10: 0521682010
  • ISBN-13: 9780521682015
Professional English in Use Medicine contains 60 units covering a wide variety of medical vocabulary. Topics include diseases and symptoms, investigations, treatment, examining and prevention. The book also introduces general medical vocabulary related to parts and functions of the body, medical and para-medical personnel, education and training, research, and presentations. Professional English in Use Medicine has been carefully researched using the Institute for Applied Language Studies medical corpus and is a must for teachers of medical English and for medical practitioners who need to use English at work, either in their own country or abroad.

Professional English in Use Medicine is a brand new addition to the Professional English in Use series.

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Professional English in Use Medicine is a brand new addition to the Professional English in Use series.
Introduction 8(2)
BASICS
Health and illness
10(2)
Asking about health
Sickness
Recovery
Parts of the body 1
12(2)
Parts of the body
Referring to parts of the body
Describing radiation of pain
Parts of the body 2
14(2)
The abdomen
The chest
The pelvis
Functions of the body
16(2)
Eating
The five senses
Other functions
Less common functions
MEDICAL AND PARAMEDICAL PERSONNEL AND PLACES
Medical practitioners 1
18(2)
Practitioners
Specialties
Choosing a specialty
Medical practitioners 2
20(2)
Hospital staff
Medical teams
Shifts
Nurses
22(2)
Nursing grades
Support workers
Specialization
The nurse's role
Allied health professionals
24(2)
Community health
Technicians
Prosthetists and orthotists
Opticians
Hospitals
26(2)
Introduction to a hospital
Outpatients
Inpatients
Primary care
28(2)
The National Health Service
The practice team
A GP's day
EDUCATION AND TRAINING
Medical education 1
30(2)
Medical education in the UK
Extract from an undergraduate prospectus
A student's view
Medical education 2
32(2)
The Foundation Programme
People in medical education
Medical qualifications
The overseas doctor
34(2)
Types of registration
PLAB
PLAB stations and advice
SYSTEMS, DISEASES AND SYMPTOMS
Symptoms and signs
36(2)
Describing problems
Presentation
Talking about symptoms
Blood
38(2)
Full blood count
Anaemia
Pernicious anaemia
Bones
40(2)
Bones
Fractures
Treatment of fractures
Childhood
42(2)
Milestones
Common infectious diseases
Coeliac disease
The endocrine system
44(2)
Excess and deficiency
Negative feedback systems
Goitre
A letter of referral
The eye
46(2)
Parts of the eye
Examination of the eye
Retinopathy
The gastrointestinal system
48(2)
Examination of the abdomen
The faeces
Gynaecology
50(2)
The female reproductive system
Menstruation
A gynaecological consultation
Contraception
The heart and circulation 1
52(2)
Shortness of breath
Heart rhythm
Heart failure
The heart and circulation 2
54(2)
Physical examination
Examining the heart and circulation
Infections
56(2)
Fever
Microorganisms
Source and spread of infection
Mental illness
58(2)
Psychiatric disorders
Substance abuse
Affective disorders
Neurotic and stress-related disorders
Other types of functional disorder
The nervous system 1
60(2)
Sensory loss
Motor loss
Loss of consciousness
The nervous system 2
62(2)
The motor system
Tendon reflexes
Coma
Oncology
64(2)
Neoplasms
Symptoms and signs of malignancy
Treatment of tumours
Pregnancy and childbirth
66(2)
Childbirth
Labour
Presentation and lie
The respiratory system
68(2)
Cough
Auscultation
The skin 1
70(2)
Some types of skin lesion
Rashes
The skin 2
72(2)
Injuries to the skin
Case report
Sores
The urinary system
74(2)
Urinary symptoms
Urinalysis
INVESTIGATIONS
Basic investigations
76(2)
Ophthalmoscopy
Blood pressure
Taking blood
Laboratory tests
78(2)
A Microbiology test request form
A Biochemistry and Haematology lab report
Terms used to describe lab results
Endoscopy
80(2)
Functions of endoscopy
Enteroscopy
Report of a diagnostic endoscopy
X-ray and CT
82(2)
Radiography and radiology
X-ray examination
Computed Tomography
MRI and ultrasound
84(2)
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
Ultrasound
Preparing for medical imaging
Describing medical imaging
ECG
86(2)
Uses of an ECG
ECG procedure
A normal ECG
TREATMENT
Medical treatment
88(2)
Prescriptions and drugs
The British National Formulary
Surgical treatment
90(2)
The operating theatre
Instruments
The operation
An operation report
Therapies
92(2)
Radiotherapy and chemotherapy
A day in the life of a physiotherapist
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
PREVENTION
Screening and immunization
94(2)
Screening
Common screening tests
Immunization for travellers
EPIDEMIOLOGY
Epidemiology
96(2)
Rates
Incidence and prevalence
Association and causation
ETHICS
Medical ethics
98(2)
GMC guidelines
Bioethical issues
Assisted dying
RESEARCH
Research studies
100(2)
Case-control studies
Cohort studies
Trials
Variables
TAKING A HISTORY
Taking a History 1
102(2)
A full case history
Personal details
Talking about pain
Taking a history 2
104(2)
Drug history
Family history
Social and personal history
Taking a history 3
106(2)
Reviewing the systems
Asking about the central nervous system
Patient ideas, concerns and expectations
Phrasal verbs in history-taking
EXAMINATION
Physical examination
108(2)
Examining a patient
Giving instructions
Mental state examination
110(2)
Some symptoms of psychiatric disorders
Mood
Typical questions from a mental state examination
EXPLANATION
Explaining diagnosis and management
112(2)
Explanations
Using lay terms in explanations
An explanation of angina
Discussing treatment
114(2)
Offering options
Advising a course of action
Advising patients to avoid something
Warnings
Giving bad news
116(2)
Principles of giving bad news
A consultant medical oncologist's report
PRESENTATIONS
Data presentation 1
118(2)
Referring to a table or figure
Comparing variables
Approximating
Data presentation 2
120(2)
Line graphs
Pie charts and bar charts
Describing trends
Research articles
122(2)
The structure of a research article
Objectives
Main findings
Abstracts
124(2)
Structured abstracts
The BMJ abstract
Conference presentations
126(2)
The structure of a presentation
The introduction
Signalling
The conclusion
Case presentations
128(2)
Sections of a case presentation
Bedside presentation
Slides
Appendix I Parts of the body 130(1)
Appendix II Medical abbreviations 131(12)
Appendix III Types of medication 143(1)
Appendix IV Symptoms and pain 144(1)
Appendix V Verbs used in instructions 145(1)
Appendix VI Lay terms and definitions 146(1)
Answer key 147(21)
Index 168


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