Spanish translation

  1. 0 Does anyone know where I can find an English-Spanish translation for phrases about labor and delivery?

    Thanks!
  2. Visit  newgrad2005 profile page

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    Joined Feb '04; Posts: 120; Likes: 2.

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  3. Visit  brinley_s profile page
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    http://medspanish.med.unr.edu/files/L&D-Gyn.pdf

    Try that web site- a mentor of mine that is an OB nurse sent it to me.
  4. Visit  newgrad2005 profile page
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    That site is awesome! I am going to print it out and keep a copy in my pocket at work!



    Quote from brinley_s
    http://medspanish.med.unr.edu/files/L&D-Gyn.pdf

    Try that web site- a mentor of mine that is an OB nurse sent it to me.
  5. Visit  Nursein2007 profile page
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    Thank you so much for posting that!
  6. Visit  Nursein2007 profile page
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    That will be very helpful where I work, considering at least half of our pts. are Spanish speaking!
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  8. Visit  Nursein2007 profile page
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    :rcgtku:
  9. Visit  Elvish profile page
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    That is a pretty neat site - the only thing I didn't like was the phrase "We need to have the baby here now." The way it's written in Spanish is saying "You need to have the baby here, and right now." That's the literal translation and it comes across sounding a bit....how shall I say it....paternalistic? Kind of dictating to the poor lady when she should have her baby, IMO. May be a little nitpicky but that's what it sounded like to me.

    Otherwise, it looks pretty cool. Lots of useful phrases.
  10. Visit  allthingsbright profile page
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    a million thanks for that!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  11. Visit  08cbrule profile page
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    working in a border town with many spanish speaking patients our facility has provided translation phones has anyone used them before?
  12. Visit  08cbrule profile page
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    should spanish speaking nurses get paid additional for translationing?
  13. Visit  Elvish profile page
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    There is a whole thread on that topic, and not just about Spanish speakers.
    http://allnurses.com/forums/f8/bette...al-313777.html
  14. Visit  HappyNurse2005 profile page
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    WE have loads of Spanish ladies, many who speak no english. We do have translation lines, but sometimes that is not practical when she's unmedicated, pushing, etc.

    I can manage, usually, i had several years of spanish in high school, 9 years ago, and do okay. Certainly could use some help, though. I just realized the other day that i didnt know how to say "what is your due date?" and "born"


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