An English-Xhosa Companion for Health-care Professionals

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Juta and Company Ltd, 1996 - Medical - 537 pages
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A phrase book for health-care professionals who need to communicate with Xhosa-speaking patients. It includes introductory exchanges aimed at putting patients at ease, history taking, physical examination, and the explanations required to inform patients about the nature of special investigations.
 

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Contents

Nouns
1
SPECIAL INVESTIGATIONS
192
Barium Meal Enema
206
Health and other benefits of not smoking
330
Some Useful Questions
336
Instructions on taking of medication
342
Time Spans
356
Some Occupations excluding those related
362
Hospitals Clinics Departments Institutions
368
with examples illustrating usage 412
393
English and Afrikaans
498
BIBLIOGRAPHY
536
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About the author (1996)

Beverley Kirsch has taught Xhosa at the medical schools of the Universities of Cape Town and Stellenbosch. Silvia Skorge was an associate professor at the University of the Western Cape.

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