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胸痛の患者さんを診察してみよう

Examining a patient with chest pain
あなたは、胸痛を訴える患者さんを診察しています。
胸痛を訴える患者さんを診察しています。胸痛の原因はさまざまであるように、治療法もさまざまです。患者さんにとって最適な診断をしましょう。
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I have chest pain. Can you please check it?
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I have chest pain. Can you please check it?

When has the pain started? Is it getting worse?

自然な表現

When did the pain start? Is it getting worse?

1. You must always use the Present perfect when the time of an action is not important or not specified.
You must always use the Simple past when details about the time or place that an action occurred are given or requested.
---> adverb "when" would indicate time
The pain on my chest happens occasionally, but the other day was the worst. I feel the pain whenever I am inhaling deeply. What do you think is happening to me?

Have you noticed any other symptoms like fever, cough, short breath?

自然な表現

Have you noticed any other symptoms, like a fever, cough, or shortness of breath?

1. put commas before (and after) non-restrictive clauses in sentences, clauses that can be eliminated without affecting the meaning of the main sentence. The comma should precede phrases like "like", "such as", "which, etc.
2. Use the indefinite article, the definite article, or plural with the symptoms of diseases (fevers, rashes, sore throats, etc.) and injuries (broken arms, sprains, cuts, etc.)
Sore throats are one of the most common health complaints.
Wear sunscreen or you’ll get a sunburn.
Frank can’t play, he has a broken leg.
3. nouns are being listed. short>> adjective. shortness>> noun
Yes, I think I feel feverish and tired al the time. Do you think this pain I am feeling is because of my job?

Or, you might have pneumonia or something, may I check your chest sound? Would you please measure your body temperature with this?
Have you been busy these days? May I ask your occupation?

自然な表現

Or, you might have pneumonia or something else. May I check your chest sounds? Would you please measure your body temperature with this? Have you been busy these days? May I ask of your occupation?

1. We use else after words beginning with any-, every-, no- and some-, to mean ‘other’, ‘another’, ‘different’ or ‘additional’.
- It looks really busy in there. Let’s go somewhere else. (Let’s go to a different place.)
- This must be someone else’s coat. It’s not mine.
2. use conjunctions or periods to connect two independent clauses
3. chest would produce more than one sound
4. Prepositions are used to connect nouns and indicate their relationship in sentences unless. Without them, the meaning of a sentence may very well likely be incorrect, eg., the plane is the sky (no), the plane is IN the sky (yes)
examples of prepositions --> in, under, beside, under, between, along, of, on
Sure, do I need to lift my t-shirt? Where would I put this thermometer? I am a deck officer on a tanker ship.

No, you don't have to pull your t-shirt. Let me see your thermometer. Oh, you have fever. I'll order a chest x-Ray and blood examination. Please bring this form to x-ray center, take x-Ray shot then come back to this office. The nurse will call you again. I'm not sure if your work affected your disease yet.

自然な表現

No, you don't have to pull up your t-shirt. Let me see the thermometer. Oh, you have a fever. I'll order a chest X-ray and blood examination. Please bring this form to the X-ray center. Do the X-ray then come back to this office. The nurse will call you again. I'm not sure if your work caused your illness yet.

1. pull>> exert force on (someone or something) so as to cause movement towards oneself--verb alone indicates movement (of dragging) toward oneself. It cannot indicate the direction it goes. For that we use adverbs. Up>> higher. Pull up>> pull to a high position/lift
2. use possessive determiners to indicate noun ownership--wouldn't belong to your patient
3. articles with symptoms of diseases and injuries
4. Use "the" in sentences or clauses where you define or identify a particular person or object.
EXAMPLES
The man who wrote this book is famous.
I scratched the red car parked outside.
I live in the small house with a blue door.
5. correct spelling/form>> noun>> X-ray (capitalised). verb>> x-ray (not capitalised)
6. periods or conjunctions to join two independent clauses
7. "do" with X-ray--more common
8. use "a/an" on the first mention of the noun as it won't be specific then. On all other mentions, you can use the definite article, where it would become specific
9. an X-ray wouldn't be a shot but a "scan", a (part of the) body scan
10. affect>> impact. cause>> create
11. disease>> a disorder of structure or function in a human, animal, or plant, especially one that produces specific symptoms or that affects a specific location and is not simply a direct result of physical injury.
illness>> sickness
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if it's just a fever, you wouldn't really need to perform an X-ray unless you were still unsure about the illness
Oh, that makes me scared! Can I take those tests today? When can I expect the results to be back? What should I do in the meantime?

Please don't be scared. Results should be back in 30 min. Depending on the blood test, I'll prescribe you antibiotics and cold relief if you need. You may need take day off or 2-3days off until fever gets down. If you can't drink or eat, I'll give you drip infusion.

自然な表現

Please don't be scared. The results should be back in 30 minutes. Depending on what the scans show, I'll prescribe you with antibiotics and cold-relief medicine. You may need to take the day off or two to three off until the fever goes down. If you can't drink or eat, I'll give you drip infusion.

1. Use the in sentences or clauses where you define or identify a particular person or object.
EXAMPLES
The man who wrote this book is famous.
I scratched the red car parked outside.
I live in the small house with a blue door.
2. you'd be speaking and "min" wouldn't be a word but an abbreviation one cannot say
3. since you didn't indicate blood test before, it would not be suitable adding here when you're making your conclusions/recommendations
4. Prepositions are used to connect nouns and indicate their relationship in sentences unless. Without them, the meaning of a sentence may very well likely be incorrect, eg., the plane is the sky (no), the plane is IN the sky (yes)
examples of prepositions --> in, under, beside, under, between, along, of, on
5. relief>> the alleviation of pain, discomfort, or distress, not the actual medicine but the ting it will provide
6. use gerunds or to-infinitives as object complements after verbs + two verbs main verbs cannot function together
7. #1
8. write numbers under nine in words unless they are indicating ages (3 years old), time (3 pm), dates (January 3), or measurements (3 tablespoons)
9. #1
10. go>> pass a specified amount of time in a particular way. get>> become
  • lung(肺)
  • discomfort(不快感)
  • tumor(腫瘍)
  • condition(状態)
  • cause(原因)
  • take an x-ray(X線撮影をする)
  • Have you ever experienced this pain before?(この痛みを感じるのは初めてですか?)
  • Are you taking any medication?(なにか薬を服用していますか?)
  • Can you describe your pain?(どのような痛みか教えてください)
  • Do you smoke?(喫煙されますか?)

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