In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1termómetro (clínico) masculine
- Omron of Japan donated 6,000 digital clinical thermometers worth 700,000 yuan to China's Ministry of Health to help the country's fight against SARS.
- Authors of studies and suppliers of clinical thermometers were asked to provide details of other studies.
- As required, clinical thermometers are available at all ports, and all passengers entering the city have to complete forms reporting their physical condition.
- When considering the diagnosis, a false sense of reassurance may be given by standard clinical thermometers.
- In 1906, Sir Clifford Albutt of Leeds, who introduced the clinical thermometer to medicine, quoted Lloyd Morgan.
- Another adaptation the clinical thermometer has is a small constriction in the tube so the mercury or alcohol cannot return to the bulb until it is reset.
- The maximum thermometer is similar to a clinical thermometer used by medical staff.
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