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熱中症の疑いのある患者さんを診察してみよう

Examining a patient who has heatstroke
あなたは熱中症の疑いのある患者さんを診察しています。
熱中症の可能性がある患者さんを診察しています。熱中症の予防の仕方も伝えられると良いですね。
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I feel nauseous. Can you tell me what is wrong with me?
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I feel nauseous. Can you tell me what is wrong with me?

Hello, I am a doctor. I heard that you played baseball under the blazing sun for five hours, so you must get dehydration and heatstroke. I will take your temperature and blood pressure, then I'll do blood test to grasp your condition. Could you answer some questions? Do you have some chronic disease? Do you have any allergies to drugs or foods? Do you have any symptoms except for nausea?

自然な表現

Hello, I am a doctor. I heard that you played baseball under the blazing sun for five hours, so you must get dehydration and heatstroke. I will take your temperature and blood pressure, then I'll do a blood test to grasp your condition. Could you answer some questions? Do you have any chronic diseases? Do you have any allergies to drugs or foods? Do you have any symptoms except for nausea?

1. Use the indefinite article "a" to modify the non specific, countable singular noun and adjective "blood test"
2. We use the word "any" for questions and negative sentences, and the word "some" for positive answers. E.g, Do you have any money with you?
3. You should pluralize "disease" because you want to know whether the patient has any diseases among the many diseases in the world
Thank you very much, first of all, I don't have a chronic disease. Secondly, I don't have any allergies, and I feel dizzy and weak.

OK, I understand. Your temperature is 39 degrees Celsius and your blood pressure is 100/60 mmHg. That's not so good. Please lay down on the bed. Intravenous drip is necessary. What color was your last urine? How much water did you drink while playing baseball? Did you have some sports drink or salty food? Could you please take a rest on the bed until the result of blood test will come out?

自然な表現

OK, I understand. Your temperature is 39 degrees Celsius and your blood pressure is 100/60 mmHg. That's not so good. Please lay down on the bed. Intravenous drip is necessary. What color was your last urine? How much water did you drink while playing baseball? Did you have any sports drinks or salty foods? Could you please take a rest on the bed until the result of the blood test comes out?

1. We use the word "any" for questions and negative sentences and the word "some" for positive sentences
2 and 3. You should pluralize these nouns because you are asking whether the patient had any sports drinks or salty foods among the many drinks and salty foods in the world. Generally, with "any" the noun is always in the plural form, if it is a countable noun. E.g, Are there any chairs in the room?
4. You should use the definite article "the" to modify "blood test" because you are speaking about a specific blood test and the results of it
5. You can use the present simple in this case because it is something that will happen very near in the future
I think it was clear, colourless. I really don't remember because I wasn't paying attention. I drank a glass of water and a bottle of fruit juice. How long does it take for the results to come out.

I see. It takes about 30 minutes. Your behavior was extremely bad. After you will recover, I will explain what you should do in order to avoid heatstroke. (After 30 minutes) Your blood test result came out. Your renal and liver function is normal. Luckily, your heatstroke is mild one. Do you feel better now?

自然な表現

I see. It takes about 30 minutes. Your behavior was extremely bad. After you will recover, I will explain what you should do in order to avoid heatstroke. (After 30 minutes) Your blood test result came out. Your renal and liver function is normal. Luckily, your heatstroke is a mild one. Do you feel better now?

1. Use the indefinite article "a" to modify the phrase "mild one"
I am feeling better at the moment, thank you for asking. I think that I should take some rest when I get back home.

Okay, I'm relieved to hear that. Yes, you should take some rest and eat something. When you play sports under the blazing sun, you sweat a lot. Because sweat consists of water and salt, your body lose them. Therefore, you should supply them. While playing sports, you should take a rest in the shade at least once half an hour and drink sports drink. It is okay that you drink a glass of water and eat some salty food such as pinch of salt, umeboshi, Shiokonbu and miso soup. Can you understand? Do you have any questions?

自然な表現

Okay, I'm relieved to hear that. Yes, you should take a rest and eat something. When you play sports under the blazing sun, you sweat a lot. Because sweat consists of water and salt, your body loses them. Therefore, you should supply them. While playing sports, you should take a rest in the shade at least once every half an hour and drink a sports drink. It is okay that you drink a glass of water and eat some salty food such as a pinch of salt, umeboshi, Shiokonbu and miso soup. Can you understand? Do you have any questions?

1. The phrase is known as "take a rest"
2. You should use the third person singular conjugation of the verb "to lose" (loses)
3. We say "___ every ___" to express the frequency in a set amount of time. E.g, Three times every week, you should use this face cream
4 and 5. Use the indefinite article "a" to modify "sports drink" and "pinch of salt" because these are non specific, countable nouns in the singular form
I have understood everything you said. Thank you a lot. I really appreciate your concern and I do not have any questions.

All right. I hope you will recover completely soon. Please take care of yourself.

自然な表現

All right. I hope you will recover completely soon. Please take care of yourself.

1. You can also say "alright" or "okay"
  • dehydration(脱水症状)
  • headache(頭痛)
  • nausea(むかつき、吐き気)
  • symptom(s)(症状)
  • temperature(温度、体温)
  • You have a high fever.(高熱が出ています。)
  • Please take good care of yourself.(お大事にどうぞ。)
  • Do you have any allergies?(アレルギーはありますか?)
  • Are you on any sort of medication?(何か薬を服用されていますか?)
  • How long have you had a headache?(どのぐらい頭痛は続いてますか?)

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  • ビジネス
  • 上級
  • 病院/医療業界
  • 診察する