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Practical Medical Chinese: Clinical (Phonetic Notations Edition) , with 1 MP3

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Author: Chen Liping; Zhang Zhe; Zhu Wei;
Language: English, Chinese
Format: Papercover
Page: 233
Publication Date: 02/2010
ISBN: 9787560092669
Publisher: Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press
Series: Practical Medical Chinese
Details
Practical Medical Chinese: Clinical is a series of clinical medical Chinese textbooks especially compiled for senior international students who come to China to study in medically related majors. The material covers 2 years of teaching and it is suggested that it is organised around Grade Four and Five. It is divided into four volumes: Surgery, Internal Medicine, Gynecology and Pediatrics, and Others. Each volume complements the others. When students study clinical medicine, the medical activities they encounter are highly interactive, because they involve working with doctors and nurses as well as meetings with patients. Hence, each volume of Clinical chooses some typical medical cases as examples, and simulates different medical scenes where the clinical terms can be used so as to enable students to learn about the whole process of inquiry, physical examination and diagnosis, and then concludes briefly after each case in order to satisfy students' needs.
Table of Contents
第一课 眼科疾病(一)-急性闭角型青光眼
第二课 眼科疾病(二)-眼外伤
第三课 耳鼻咽喉科疾病(一)-耳科
第四课 耳鼻咽喉科疾病(二)-鼻
第五课 耳鼻咽喉科疾病(三)-喉
第六课 神经内科疾病(一)-头痛
第七课 神经内科疾病(二)-中风
第八课 传染科疾病-病毒性肝炎
第九课 皮肤性病学-银屑病
第十课 口腔疾病-急性根尖周炎
附录一 录音文本
附录二 练习答案
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Resident: Yes. But there were no lesions in the emergency department at the first time.There were no bleeding lesions after thrombolytic therapy 24 hours later,lesions appeared in the middle cerebral artery. Here are three head CT scanfilms, please check them.Professor: The third CT film shows low density lesions in the basal ganglia, ambiguousboundary, no high-density shadow, so we can diagnose as: ischemic cerebro-vascular disease-cerebral infarction. The patient is in stable condition andthe current treatment is suitable. Continue to give anti-platelet aggregation,microcirculation, nerve nutrition and support symptomatic treatment. Observeany changes closely. What factors commonly induce cerebral infarction? Resident: Hypertension, diabetes mellitus, coronary artery disease, dyslipidemia, etc.Professor: Did you find the cause of this case?Resident: The patient has a history of hypertension so I suppose his infarction is relatedto high blood pressure and arteriosclerosis.Professor: How about the blood pressure? Did you recheck the blood lipid profile?Resident: Blood pressure was 170/90mmHg; low-density lipoprotein and triglyeride were high.Professor: Do not give antihypertensive drugs. The domestic standard of using anti-hypertensive is that the systolic blood pressure should be higher than 180mmHgand then give anti-hypertensive slowly.Resident: His blood glucose is 9.5mmol/L when his stomach is empty. Was it a stressresponse to cerebral infarction?
Practical Medical Chinese: Clinical (Phonetic Notations Edition) , with 1 MP3
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