Learn to discuss CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) in Spanish with the family of a patient with advanced dementia. This is a PART ONE of a dialogue between a doctor and a patient’s family regarding care at the end of life. After suffering a stroke a year ago, the patient has lived in a nursing home and suffers from dementia. He is mostly wheelchair bound and needs help with feeding. He was brought in because he had low oxygen saturation and a fever. An infiltrate consistent with pneumonia is seen on his chest x-ray. In the first part of the dialogue, we discuss CPR.
The level of this dialogue is ADVANCED.
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Subscribe to the premium audio lessons at docmolly.com. You will hear Part 2 of this dialogue as well as a lesson covering Advanced Directives in Spanish. The premium podcast is interactive, with pauses for you to interpret the essential vocabulary and phrases between English and Spanish. We also review key grammatical concepts. After completing the premium Palliative Care series, you should be comfortable discussing the following topics in Spanish:
1. Advanced Directives
2. Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
3. A DNR order and less aggressive therapies at the end of life
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