In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(care/examination) médico(student) de medicina(case) clínico(insurance) médicoshe needs medical attention/treatment — necesita atención médica/tratamiento médico
- she made medical history with this transplant — pasó a la historia / a los anales de la medicina con este trasplante
- medical practice — consultorio médico
- the medical profession — los médicos
- (in UK) medical register — registro de médicos
- on medical grounds — por razones de salud
- is Dr Jones a medical doctor? — ¿el doctor Jones es médico / es doctor en medicina?
- Even when unable to work she maintained a keen interest in medical practice.
- When he retired he wrote a book on medical science for lay people and prospective doctors.
- Our medical centre has expertise in skin cancer that could be of benefit to others.
- The medical profession in the developed countries has a vital part to play in bringing this about.
- I agreed to admit him to a side room on a general medical ward accompanied by a prison officer.
- Herr Ritter is a psychologist and therapist and his wife is a medical doctor.
- The transplantation of organs is now an established part of medical practice.
- Taking a medical or psychiatric history is time consuming and open to errors.
- It is disappointing to see such views expressed by a psychiatrist in a respected medical journal.
- The costs included the direct medical costs of health care within the programme and elsewhere.
- When he was ready to be discharged to the medical ward I went to see him and his wife.
- The new wards will also help the trust reduce the number of medical patients with a bed on a surgical or other ward.
- For the medical profession, this included all doctors other than doctors in training.
- I look forward to your cooperation in this new and progressive advance of medical science.
- One of my duties was to interview and examine patients newly admitted to the indigent medical ward.
- When I took her on as my patient, she made it clear that she did not hold the medical profession in high regard.
- The hospital folder containing the old medical notes are kept in a trolley in the ward office.
- The occasion was the examination in general practice for fifth year medical students.
- The main threat to the Australian divisions, though, is not the medical profession.
- Fortunately, advances in medical science mean this type of event is now less likely to be fatal.
- Heart failure is the most common single cause of death in many hospital medical wards.
- In the medical profession the stigma around mental illness has rarely been addressed.
- The medical wards of hospitals admit the oldest and sickest people in our community.
- Only two weeks ago he had a medical check-up which gave him a clean bill of health.
- However, the medical practices committee is unlikely to allow an increase in our numbers.
- If ever there were a flurry of activity in medical science, stem cells has to be it.
- This problem will permeate every aspect of medical research and practice in the future.
- Others choose the private sector and avoid the medical wards, as so little can be done.
- This would lead to reduction in medical costs and improvement in health care.
- Mark was admitted to a medical ward and calmed down after being given medication.
- The wards which had to be closed were a mixture of general medical wards, orthopaedic and a stroke ward.
- Some people will require admission on medical grounds or because of psychiatric risk.
- He was discharged to a medical ward on day 22 still with some minor cognitive deficit.
- She was transferred to a medical ward after three days in the intensive therapy unit.
1revisión médica feminineexamen médico masculinechequeo masculineto have a medical — someterse a una revisión médica / a un examen médico
- Obviously they were cutting down on staff, three others failed their medicals that day for the same reason.
- It will see the return of weighing scales last used as part of school medicals in the late 70s and early 80s.
- Those young enough to be conscripted but who did not pass the military's medicals could join the Home Guard.
- Before we bring a plane up, everything has to be checked and double-checked and there are also strict medicals for pilots, which makes good sense.
- The stress of completing a questionnaire and attending these medicals often worsens the condition of claimants with mental health problems.
- Distin is understood to have already undergone a medical and has only the loose ends of a deal to tie up.
- ‘I have to be sensible, and go for regular medicals,’ he added.
- Now Marjorie can now look forward to more of the same, subject to six-monthly medicals.
- This involved visiting food factories throughout greater London, doing medicals and being responsible for health matters.
- Today I had a medical with the nurse for the company I had a job interview with on Tuesday.
- More than 100 TA soldiers from Leeds, Hull, Doncaster and Tynemouth are being sent to the centre for fitness tests, briefings and medicals before possible deployment.
- I came close to going to Cardiff but, after the medicals, something didn't feel right.
- After that they have to do their medicals and apply for the final visa.
- Mr Page said his health was good and he had passed all the required medicals to fly.
- The company said that between January and April this year there was a 62% increase in paid-for medicals or ‘personal health assessments’.
- They will be undergoing medicals and last minute preparations before flying out.
- That's before you start with medicals and the test itself.
- Insurers are increasingly asking for medicals before underwriting an older driver, according to Crowder.
- To become a volunteer you need a number of medicals to prove you are physically and mentally fit enough to take part.
- They point to the fact that three days earlier their son passed a medical for his pilots licence.
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