Practical Spanish in Eyecare
Reduce your dependency on a Spanish translator! This user-friendly clinical reference helps you formulate questions, instructions, and explanations in Spanish. Organized by how you interact with a patient, the book follows a logical order-from the polite greeting, to taking a case history, to visual testing and treatment. Included are translated explanations, from cataract and dry eye to glasses and using eye drops.
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