Translation of surgery in Spanish:

surgery

cirugía, n.

Pronunciation /ˈsərdʒ(ə)ri//ˈsəːdʒ(ə)ri/

noun

  • 1

    (science)
    cirugía feminine
    he underwent surgery fue intervenido quirúrgicamente formal
    • he had / underwent major/minor surgery fue sometido a / le practicaron una intervención quirúrgica seria/de menor importancia
    • the patient is in surgery el paciente está en el quirófano / en la sala de operaciones
    • Mngani said the current internship covers three or four domains such as internal medicine, surgery, obstetrics and gynaecology.
    • Lasers are used in a variety of situations in medicine and surgery.
    • As expected, surgery, emergency medicine, and obstetrics were the medical specialties of the physicians named in these suits.
    • Possible adverse events were detected by two nurses in medicine and surgery and two midwives in obstetrics.
    • He became involved in all branches of surgery in South Manchester and Christie Hospitals.
  • 2

    • 2.1British (room)

      consultorio masculine
      consulta feminine
      • I rang up five local medical surgeries and they were all booked out for the day.
      • More than a third of doctors' surgeries in Swindon are not taking on new patients.
      • It will raise money to help pay for hospital costs and put leaflets about the disease in doctor's surgeries.
      • How could two surgeries in the same town offer such a different service?
      • I believe that is an underestimate judging how filthy some hospitals and doctor's surgeries are.
      • Portable scanners are available in some GP surgeries and can be used to check the bone mass density of the heel bone.
      • Literature will be available from libraries, GP surgeries, hospitals and dentists.
      • Currently there are only three surgeries left in the city taking on NHS patients.
      • By the end of the year two doctors' surgeries in the borough will be set aside to deal with aggressive patients.
      • Boxes full of flu jabs were stockpiled for the event and all of the doctors and nurses at the two surgeries were taking part.
      • Plans for new health centres to replace outdated doctors' surgeries have been unveiled.
      • The team also regularly visit GP surgeries and hospitals to promote their services.
      • Now it seems people coming to town can't sign up with a doctor because all the surgeries are full to bursting.
      • It will officially close on Saturday and its services are expected to be taken on by local doctors' surgeries.
      • As a sufferer of bronchitis I had occasion to visit a doctor's surgery.
      • After her first miscarriage Sue had to quit her job in a dentists' surgery.
      • The men had taken shelter in the foyer area on the third floor next to a dentist's surgery.
      • Patients were last night due to discuss plans to set up three separate doctors' surgeries in Westbury.
      • However, at the actual vet's surgery he was very quiet and settled down nicely.
      • Medical wastes result from treatment of patients in hospitals, clinics, and surgeries.

    • 2.2British (consultation period)

      (of doctor) consulta feminine
      (times/hours) (before noun) de consulta
      to have / hold a surgery tener / atender consulta
      • It houses a resource library where residents can access computers and welfare information and hosts a weekly surgery where the public can meet street wardens and local councillors.
      • Woodhatch residents no longer need to travel to Redhill for advice as an outreach surgery will be operating soon on their doorstep.
      • Three Salford GPs will carry out the surgery in sessions held two or three times a week.
      • The first was held at the weekly coffee morning in the Methodist Church and he followed that with an evening surgery on Monday night.
      • Now the Environment Agency is to stage a flood surgery in Northallerton as part of its national Flood Awareness Campaign.
      • It is hoping to open on Saturday mornings as well as holding a late surgery one weekday evening.

      sesión durante la cual un parlamentario atiende las consultas de sus electores