In today’s episode, señora Rosa presents to the clinic with pain and redness in her left eye. During this clinical encounter, you will learn common words and phrases used during the evaluation of a red eye in Spanish.
I was recently contacted by Christine Chmielewski, an RN and optometrist, who teaches basic eye care to community health workers in Petén, Guatemala through Petén Health. Right now Christine is helping a group from VOSH (Volunteer Optometric Services to Humanity) prepare for a trip to Bolivia where volunteers will likely see 750 or more patients a day, providing eye care and glasses at no cost.
In order to help volunteers from Petén Health and VOSH, the premium series: For a limited time, The Red Eye series will be available through the free membership at docmolly.com. I am also putting together another series covering useful vocabulary and phrases for basic eye care. This too will soon be available through the free membership.
Evaluation of a Red Eye in Spanish
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Vocabulary & Phrase Review
¿Ha tenido alguna lesión en el ojo?
(Have you had any injuries to your eye?)
Mi visión esta borrosa.
(My vision is blurry.)
Mantenga los ojos abiertos.
(Keep your eyes open.)
Vamos a derivarlo/la al oftalmólogo/a.
(We are going to refer you to the ophthalmologist.)
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These lessons are solely for learning Spanish. They are not intended to provide medical advice.
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