This is our third lesson adapted from an invaluable communication guide by VitalTalk.org. This guide provides practical advice about how to discuss difficult topics around COVID19. In this lesson, we discuss goals of care with a family member when a patient is in critical condition. Check out our free lessons covering Spanish for COVID19 at https://docmolly.com/spanish-for-covid-19/. LEVEL – ADVANCED.
We practice discussing symptoms of COVID19 in Spanish. We start by reviewing symptoms we have covered in prior lessons. Then, we cover some new symptoms, such as loss of smell or taste. After we review the symptoms, we will practice asking questions about and discussing the symptoms of COVID19 in Spanish. Finally, we will talk about worrisome symptoms that would indicate that someone should seek medical attention.
Table of Contents UltrasoundNonstress TestBiophysical ProfileRelated Lessons Welcome to another vocab builder lesson covering Prenatal Care in Spanish. To make this lesson, Eliza and I used information from the NIH website in Spanish: ¿Qué pruebas podría necesitar durante el embarazo? In this lesson, we will practice using the passive se and future tense in Spanish as […]
In this lesson, we practice Spanish for routine medical checkups and monitoring. Specifically, we will look at the words “control” and “controlar” in this setting. To do this, we will use examples from our Spanish for Prenatal Care series.