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Learn Medical Spanish

Ben Tanner, PA-C

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In the "Learn Medical Spanish" podcast, you'll learn specific, curated vocabulary to help you communicate with your Spanish-speaking patients more easily. This podcast is focused on healthcare providers or other medical professionals who want to improve their Spanish. My background is emergency medicine and family practice, but regardless of your medical specialty, you'll likely find some useful terminology that you can use on the job. I'll cover medical Spanish dialogues, medical Spanish te ...
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In today’s lesson, we will learn Spanish to perform a pelvic exam. This lesson is part of our updated series on Spanish for Gynecology. Originally published several years ago, I have refreshed each lesson in this series with the help of my Spanish teachers from Mexico and Costa Rica. You will hear the lovely voice of Daniela Galvis from Venezuela, …
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Listen to the clinical presentation of a seizure in Spanish. A patient presents to the ER with his wife after a seizure. Since he remains post-ictal, his wife provides the history. Joining me from Venezuela, Luis Almeida plays the doctor, and Daniela Galviz plays the wife. After listening to the clinical encounter, we will review the key verbs and …
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Join Luis and me as we practice neurological symptoms in Spanish. We will learn helpful vocabulary for discussing headaches, strokes, head trauma, seizures, and more. In the next member lesson, we will use this vocabulary in questions. Watch the video version of this lesson on YouTube. Member at docmolly.com? Access this lesson within our History a…
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In this lesson, we will learn to ask about tobacco use in Spanish. You will hear a brief clinical dialogue where the doctor asks the patient if they smoke, when they quit, for how long they smoked, and how much they smoked per day. After listening to the dialogue, we will review the vocabulary before learning the questions and responses in Spanish.…
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Welcome to the first lesson in our series on Newborn Hearing Screening in Spanish! This series was requested by one of our listeners, Hyun from Maryland. Hyun is a newborn hearing technician who wants to learn phrases in Spanish for a newborn hearing screening. Even if you never plan to perform a newborn hearing screening, I promise you will learn …
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Medical Spanish for nurses, part 1: ER nurse triage. Covers chief complaint, past medical history, and several screening questions used for ER triage (in English & Spanish). Overlaps with urgent care and other settings. 👉 YouTube version: https://youtu.be/eT0Cqv5XpRY 👉 Related video on Meds/Algs/Surg/Soc/Fam hx: https://youtu.be/2BDUo2JGYEc 📧 Focus…
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Join Luis and me as we review gastrointestinal symptoms in Spanish. After the vocab review, we will practice some questions related to upper GI tract symptoms. In the next member lesson, we will complete our gastrointestinal review of systems in Spanish. Watch the video version of this lesson on YouTube. Member at docmolly.com? Access full show not…
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In this lesson, we learn how to discuss contraindications to thrombolytics in Spanish. To assemble this lesson, I used a list of contraindications in the stroke chapter of my favorite medical education resource, MKSAP 19. Luis Almeida joins us from Venezuela to help us with the Spanish for this lesson. A video version of this lesson with subtitles …
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In this lesson, we learn how to explain thrombolytic therapy for stroke in Spanish. In future lessons, we will go over contraindications and risks. Luis Almeida joins us from Venezuela to help us with the Spanish for this lesson. A video version of this lesson with subtitles is on YouTube. Check out our Shorts, where I share helpful tips. Member? A…
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Do you know how to say Happy Holidays in Spanish? In this lesson, we practice saying Happy Holidays, Merry Christmas, Happy New Year, and more in Spanish. Watch the video version of this lesson on YouTube. Sign up for our member lessons and get 25% off your subscription through New Year’s Day 2024. All Access Subscription (All our Medical Spanish +…
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How to do a pelvic exam in Spanish, in a setting like the ED or urgent care where you won't do a pap smear, and you may not have foot rests or stirrups on your gurney. The ALL-SPANISH version starts at 11:47 📺 YouTube version ENGLISH/SPANISH: https://youtu.be/KhNgfV3FQik 📺 YouTube version ALL SPANISH: https://youtu.be/AMTaygEXFV4 📧 Focused Beginner…
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Join Luis and me as we review symptoms of the ears, nose, throat, and chest in Spanish. Watch the video version of this lesson on YouTube. Master Medical Spanish With Us! Become a member and get access to ALL our Medical Spanish lessons! Sign up for our History and Exam Course. Related Lessons Flu Symptoms in Spanish Asking About Chest Pain in Span…
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More detailed Spanish anatomy (vs prior episodes) of the hand & foot. This includes specific finger names, and various other structures on the hand and foot. (Foot starts at 5:31). 👉 Hand anatomy on YouTube: https://youtu.be/LqQOX2J2Uf8 👉 Foot anatomy on YouTube: https://youtu.be/fZuMksJE8S8 📧 Focused Beginner Lessons (medical Spanish): https://www…
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Join Luis and me as we cover skin and musculoskeletal symptoms in Spanish in this Review of Systems lesson. Check out the entire lesson on YouTube. Gracias a Luis Almeida de Venezuela que grabó el español para esta lección. Master Medical Spanish With Us! Become a member and get access to ALL our medical Spanish lessons! Sign up for our History and…
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Several ways to say "rash" in Spanish. I'll explain how to use these terms for rash, I'll quiz you using practice sentences, and explain a little bit about pronunciation and grammar as we go along. 👉 YouTube version: https://youtu.be/lBiE55ijQ-Y 📧 Focused Beginner Lessons (medical Spanish): https://www.learnmedicalspanish.org/get-beginner-lessons/ …
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Learn how to explain interventions performed during advanced cardiac life support and the decision to stop resuscitation in Spanish. This is the third of 4 scenarios in which the paramedics care for a patient who has suffered an out-of-hospital arrest. LEVEL - ADVANCED Video version of this lesson with subtitles in YouTube. Check out our Shorts whe…
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Join Luis Almeida and me as we review constitutional symptoms in Spanish. Learn to ask about fatigue, fever, and weight changes. Access the video lesson, Quizlet set, and PDF in our History and Exam course. Learn a complete History and Exam in Spanish. All our medical Spanish courses are available through our Premium Medical and All Access subscrip…
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The story of how I became conversant in Thai in a matter of several days, and the principles you can use to learn Spanish (or any other language) as quickly as possible. 📺 YouTube version: https://youtu.be/qV2cfHGllVE 📰 Blog version: https://www.learnmedicalspanish.org/thai-a-language-learning-experiment/ 📧 Focused Beginner Lessons (medical Spanish…
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This is the second of 4 scenarios in which the paramedics care for a patient who has suffered an out-of-hospital arrest. In this second scenario, the paramedics respond to a call where the patient was found unresponsive. Paramedics take over CPR from the family at arrival and decide to continue CPR (and ACLS) en route to the hospital. LEVEL - ADVAN…
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Two medical Spanish cultural topics: mal de ojo & empacho. These are traditional beliefs that your patients may hold, and understanding them can help you better relate to your patients. Mal de Ojo video: https://youtu.be/DVjKBo2NmtY Empacho video: https://youtu.be/jDl8XaokHjQ Mal de Ojo blog: https://www.learnmedicalspanish.org/mal-de-ojo/ Empacho …
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This is the first of 4 scenarios where the paramedics respond to an out-of-hospital cardiac arrest. In this first scenario, the patient is already in rigor mortis, and the paramedic must explain why they are not initiating CPR. LEVEL - ADVANCED YouTube video with subtitles. Subscribe and give us a like! Check out our Shorts. ONE-QUESTION SURVEY: Do…
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Learn Spanish for discussing a DNR order and a more palliative approach to care. We are revisiting a dialogue from our Palliative Care series, where a doctor discusses code status with the daughter of a patient admitted to the hospital with pneumonia. In the first half of this dialogue, the doctor explained CPR. In this second half of the dialogue,…
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Here's a Spanish dialogue to use with patients before, during, and after doing an incision and drainage procedure (abscess treatment). Explain in Spanish what's going to happen during the procedure, and what they should do afterwards. YouTube version: https://youtu.be/EQCLbzds7UE Blog version: https://www.learnmedicalspanish.org/incision-and-draina…
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Learn to discuss CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) in Spanish with the family of a patient with advanced dementia. Next week, we will begin a series of lessons based on 4 scenarios where a patient suffers an out-of-hospital cardiac arrest. In this series, we will learn how to explain the results of CPR, the condition of the patient, and the next …
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Spanish anatomy terms for the gastrointestinal tract and the female reproductive system. Both of these came from videos--links below. GI Tract anatomy video: https://youtu.be/0Z9ZYAHjaug Female reproductive anatomy video: https://youtu.be/_XWNOnOcw_8 My YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/@LearnMedicalSpanish Beginner Spanish Lessons: https://…
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Today's lesson introduces our series covering Spanish for the NIH Stroke Scale. In today’s lesson, you will hear a patient present to the ER after the sudden onset of right leg weakness and the first portion of the NIH Stroke Scale exam in Spanish. In the premium lessons, we will complete the review of today's dialogue and the rest of the NIH Strok…
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Several useful terms for giving medication instructions to your Spanish-speaking patients, along with some practice sentences where you put it all together. YouTube version: https://youtu.be/Og6f4guT0rg My YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/@LearnMedicalSpanish Focused Beginner Lessons (medical Spanish): https://www.learnmedicalspanish.org/ge…
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Welcome to another episode covering Spanish when evaluating a patient with stroke symptoms. In this lesson, we will review some key questions when gathering a history from a patient presenting with stroke symptoms. You will hear a clinical dialogue recorded with my Spanish teacher from Mexico, Gloria Becerril, where a daughter brings her mother to …
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This lesson kicks off the Stroke Module in our Spanish for Emergencies course! Practice vocabulary and questions related to the symptoms of a stroke in Spanish. Vocabulario 1:06 First, we will practice vocabulary related to stroke symptoms. Then we will use this vocabulary in questions. TENER 3:21 Practice using the verb TENER to ask if the patient…
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An HPI (history of the present illness) for a Spanish-speaking patient with UTI symptoms, or who believes they have a UTI. YouTube version: https://youtu.be/OjnLpnU-7IU My YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/@LearnMedicalSpanish Blog version: https://learnmedicalspanish.org/urinary-tract-infection-hpi/ CME course details: https://www.learnmedi…
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