forced expiratory volume percentage in one second
cause of a disease, aetiology of a disease, pathogenesis
You must bring your child to hospital at once.
Which hospital did you have the surgery at?
Would you like to have the treatment at another hospital nearer your home?
a two-hundred-fifty-bed hospital
evaluate/assess the patient's general condition
an acute/chronic disease
a common/rare disease
a malignant/benign disease
a serious/mild disease
a lingering/prolonged illness
an intractable illness, a fatal disease, an incurable disease
a hereditary/genetic disease
a congenital/an acquired disease
Have you ever had any major illnesses?
Do your parents have any medical problems?
develop a disease
have an illness
suffer from a disease
accept/deny against a disease
struggle/battle with a disease
You have stage-one lung cancer.
sickness absence, absence from work due to illness, absence from school due to illness
This is a Japanese idiomatic expression.
avoid using embiguous expressions
the cause of a disease, the origin of a disease, pathogenesis
indicate, express, read
Please take this medication exactly as indicated on the package.
If the pulse oximetre indicates a lower than normal reading, come and see me earlier than usual.
When your check-in number appears on the monitor, please come into the doctor's office.
awareness of one's disease/illness
insight into one's disease
He has no awareness of his disease.
hospital room, patient room
You will be in room five hundred thirteen.
I will show you to your room.
Please do not keep any valuables in your room.
private room, single room, semiprivate room, room for two
invalid, sickly, weak
normal range, standard, the average
Your baby 's weight is below the normal range for his/her age.
There are several standard treatment options for prostate cancer.
She has little facial expression.
She does not show much expression on her face.
His face has become expressionless and fixed.
She wears a sad look on her face.
lack of facial expression, absence of expression on the face, decreased expression
hospital bed, sickbed
a two-hundred-bed hospital
a hospital with a capacity of two hundred beds
condition, state of a disease, progress, pathogenic condition
With this condition, you should not exercise for a while.
Her condition is stable.
His condition has improved.
I am afraid her condition is rather serious.
What do you understand about your condition?
cosmetic surgery, plastic and reconstructive surgery
a coin lesion, primary lesion, metastatic lesion
morbid condition, diseased condition
pathologic, pathological, diseased, morbid, abnormal, healthy
ward, floor, unit
I will show you around the ward
sick person, ill person
diet for sick people
diet for patients
special recipe for sick people
a special recipe for patients on chemotherapy
Dr Suzuki has a good reputation for being a skilled physician.
The hospital I am referring you to is popular among patients for its high quality services.
epidermis, epidermal, epidermoid, the outer layer of the skin
The outer layer of the skin is coming off.
We cannot identify the disease yet.
What was the name of the disease that caused your father's death?
Is the blood on the surface of the stools?
touch the surface of the skin
pathology, pathologic, pathological
How can I help you?
What can I do for you?
What has brought you along today?
Do you have any problems with your breathing?
What does the pain feel like?
How bad/severe is it?
Does it spread to other parts of the body?
Have you ever had this kind before?
When did it start?
When did you first notice it?
When did it first come one?
How long have you had it?
How long has it been bothering you?
When does it usually come on?
At a specific time at night?
Please open your mouth wide.
That door won't open.
open up to others
open one's mind
stand with one's legs open
The stitches have come open.
I am going to leave the wound open.
We are holding a study session for diabetic patients this coming Saturday.
The cashier window opens at nine in the morning
ratio, proportion, rate, percentage
The ratio of nurses is one to seven.
The incidence rate of this disease is about twenty per one hundred thousand people.
Do your eyes smart/feel irritated?
The burn smarts/stings.
Do you have a burning tingling sensation?
the pill, birth control pill
take the pill to prevent pregnancy
be one the pill
Do you usually take a nap during the day?
Do you usually sleep during the day?
Taking fifteen minute or so naps is an effective way to refresh yourself.
Your cholesterol levels are rising in proportion to your weight gain.
The severity of pulmonary emphysema is not necessarily proportional to the number of cigarettes smoked.
The number of cigarettes smoked does not necessarily correspond to the severity of pulmonary emphysema.
tiredness, fatigue, exhaustion
Are you tired?
Are you exhausted?
Do you ever feel tired?
spread, radiate, widen, broaden
Does the pain spread/move/travel anywhere else?
The breast cancer has spread to the lymph nodes.
expand, extend, spread, widen, broaden, dilate
insert air to expand the GI tract
The disease has spread quickly in this area.
Helicobacter pylori infection may cause peptic ulcers.
I am going to prick you with a pin
Have you ever had anaemia?
You are slightly anaemic.
You have some slight anaemia.
She is still in a critical condition.
a pair of tweezers
two pairs of tweezers
This abnormality occurs in three in one hundred thousand people.
How often do you have the pain?
always, usually, often, frequently, over and over, sometimes, seldom
Do you have the seizures often?
Please try to challenge your position frequently.