The language of medicine may be complex, but learning it doesn’t have to be. Using short, easy-to-understand segments followed immediately by programmed exercises, Building a Medical Vocabulary:With Spanish Translations, 9th Edition starts with medical terms that you may already know and builds your knowledge by adding new combining forms, prefixes, and suffixes. An Evolve companion website reinforces your understanding with interactive games, animations, audio pronunciations, and more. Organizing medical terms by body system, this text provides the building blocks for effective communication in the health care environment.
Easy-to-understand, conversational writing style makes reading and absorbing the material enjoyable.
Programmed Learning sections allow you to actively participate in learning and get instant feedback on your progress.
An Evolve companion website reinforces learning with audio pronunciations, interactive games, exercises, animations, flash cards, and more.
Thorough explanation of terms enhances understanding by presenting vocabulary in the context of medical settings.
Moderate level of A&P coverage provides the background that you need to understand body systems in the context of medical terminology.
Health Care Reportsandcase studies allow you to apply your knowledge to job-like situations.
Spanish translations cover common Spanish terminology that you are likely to encounter in the clinical environment.
Be Careful with These caution boxes highlight important distinctions between terms that are similar in spelling and/or pronunciation.
Comprehensive end-of-chapter reviews allow you to measure your learning against chapter objectives.
The Joint Commission official Do Not Use list of error-prone abbreviations alert you to abbreviations that should not be used in the clinical setting.
Bookmark pronunciation guide makes it easy to find pronunciations and may also be used to cover the answer column while working the programmed learning sections of the text.
Glossary/Index makes it easy to find words and their definitions, and is great for final exam review.
NEW Special Sense Organs chapter is dedicated to coverage of the eye, ear, and other special senses.
NEW! List of key terms with pronunciationsin each chapter provides a helpful review that coordinates with audio files on the Evolve companion website.
NEWICD and CPT information includes ICD and CPT terminology.
Introductory Chapters: Foundations of Medical Terminology 1. Tools for Building Medical Terms
2. Building Terms with Suffixes
3. Using Prefixes and Anatomic Terms
4. Blood and Other Body Fluids Body Systems 5. Circulatory
6. Respiratory System
7. Digestive System
8. Urinary System
9. Reproductive System (includes material on Reproduction)
10. Musculoskeletal System
11. Nervous System and Psychological Disorders
12. Special Sense Organs of the Peripheral Nervous System NEW! 13. Integumentary System
14. Endocrine System Appendices I: Abbreviations
II: Spanish-English Translation of Selected Terms
III: Word Parts: Alphabetized Word Parts and Meanings
IV: Solutions to Exercises and Self Test
Bibliography and Illustration Credits
Everything you want to know about Medical Terminology.
The workbook is loaded with information along with all the Medical Terminology you need. The book is suggested as a review for P.A. school, just to give you an idea of the information involved. Because the book is also a workbook, it 'makes' you learn the material by repetition and reviewing. The book will take the word 'Gynecology', tell you Gynec- means Female,Woman and -Logy meaning the study of and then will elaborate on the profession, specialists, tests involved etc. If you want a workbook that is succinct, then go with 'Medical Terminology: A Short Course', which is recommended below. Good luck with your studies.
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