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Hi, What is the correct preposition for move in below sentence? I'm satisfied with airway, now I move into / onto circulation. Thank you in advance.
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Hi, Does judicious mean careful? Patients need judicious fluids since they may go into carcinogenic shock. Thank you in advance
 
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what is PCD in Pharma?
 
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What do the initials OS stand for, in relation to a doctor ?
 
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how to start a official letter to boss
 
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Hi everybody! I was reading a text and I saw that "she had fallen on that day." Is this fallen on could be the same as faint??
 
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Hi Could anyone help me getting OET coaching or materials online or any helpful link regarding this would be highly appreciated. Please forward me links on my mail <removed by mod.> Thanks in advance <EDITED by mod: Welcome to the forums! Please notice that contact information in posts will be deleted. You may include it in your profile if you want to be contacted by other members..> ...
 
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Can u decricribe when we will use to the patients ,all time of injury .and once a time in life
 
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I know that psychoactive drugs that can change mood etc, but does it have to be something chemical? what about sounds? if there's someone's voice or any kind of music that can change my mood and I'm addicted to it would it be a psychoactive drug?
 
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Hi! Does anone know if there are any Medical English certificates/exams in Europe? Tks.
 
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what does two dots over the roman numeral VI mean?
 
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give me a sample of a conversation of how to make drug with certain measurement of its ingredients
By Anonymous  
 
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Have a scientific solution
 
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I have studied the apothecary system, and notice they use roman numerals on prescriptions to indicated the number of tablets or capsules in the signa, such as iii po BID Alos, some doctors do: TTT po BID (for three tablets twice a day by mouth) But I notice most doctors, when they write a script and use "T" for tablet, but they also add a special symbol on top of the "T". Some doctors put a quotation mark on top of it: " T While others use something like a grave accent: ` T Does anyone know what these mean? I've seen other strange symbols too. Thanks! Julie
 
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do you think doctor is a good profession? I have known that many people want to be a doctor in hospital. they think that it will bing them a lot of money. but actually income of doctors is not much. I am a medical student. I don't like medicine. because I think working in hospital does not pay me well. especally when you graduate and begin to work, your income is much lower than people in other professions in several years. and more to work in hospital is very hard. as a young man, I want to earn enough money to pay my comfortable life. but It is impossible for a young doctor. being a doctor, you can have a lot of money when you are old enough . but is it still attractive , when i'm old? many people around me have the same opinion with me. I want to konw whether it is the same in other countries around the world(i am from china). frome the american movies, doctors in this country are rich and respecting. why do their income are so high? doctors in european are the same?
 
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what do the initials pbr stand for after a nurse or doctors name
 
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In the dictionary it is said that serum is a liquid containing substances that fight infection or poison, that is put into a sick person's blood. How do you use it in a sentence? Can we use these treatment for low blood pressure?
 
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Hello my name is Naïma and I study speech and language therapy in France. Do you know if there are books or websites about SLT to help me improve my english ? thank you Naïma
 
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How can I say this: I mean is this right?: My blood pressure went down ( or was low), so the doctor prescribed a blood test and after I ran the blood test, she gave me a serum ( that liquid that comes to your body )
 
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What is a Flupast? the label that all drugs have? or the name of a special one? or both?
 
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why nose bleed?
 
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Decide which contain brief forms that do not need to be changed and which contain medical slang that must be translated. 1. LABORATORY DATA: Her crit was 35. 2. A procto was done to help identify the pathology on the right side of her anus. 3.Her Pap smear showed carcinoma in situ. 4.The patient was cath'd and the urine specimen showed 1+bacteria. 5. LABORATORY FINDINGS:The Patient had a white count of 12,500 with a diff of 68 segs, 1 bands, 13 lymphs, 17 monos, and 1 eo.
 
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definition of a hospitalist
 
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Hi! Could you tell me how much English general practitioner earns? Is there any iformation about specialists' salaries? Thanks in advance.
 
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hello . i am going to open my pharma company please suggest me a good name for my company...
 
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