IN THE SURGICAL DEPARTMENT. Разработка внеклассного мероприятия по английскому языку . Подготовила: Чернякова Елена Николаевна учитель английского языка Медицинский колледж «Гиппократ» Казахстан , г. Зыряновск идентификатор : 238-013-677.
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Разработка внеклассного мероприятия
по английскому языку
Подготовила: Чернякова Елена Николаевна
учитель английского языка
Медицинский колледж «Гиппократ»
Казахстан, г. Зыряновск
Ex.1. Example: doctor
2. This makes it hard to breathe.
3. Smoking can cause it.
4. It’s difficult to study when you have one.
5. You can get it from a mosquito bite.
The most basic surgical instruments are shown in the pictures. Write these words.
IN THE SURGICAL DEPARTMENT
I want to tell you about my friend. My friend is a surgeon. He works at a large hospital in the surgical department. His work begins at nine. When he comes to the hospital he goes to his wards to examine his patients. He asks the ward nurse about the post-operative condition of his patients. Sometimes she tells him that the temperature of some of the post-operative patients is rather high and some of them have a swelling. The surgeon gives necessary instructions to the nurse and goes to the operating-room. He operates three days a week. The work at the surgical department is rather difficult but very interesting.
5. оперировать три раза в неделю;
2. хирургическое отделение;
6. хирургическая сестра;
3. осматривать больных;
7. палатная сестра
4. давать необходимые инструкции;
The operation begins when the surgeon makes an incision or cut. Control of bleeding is very important. A swab is a pad of cotton or other material used to soak up blood from the operation site. A sucker is a mechanical device which aspirates (sucks up) blood. Bleeding vessels are tied with ligatures or sealed by an electric current (diathermy).
Drains may be inserted to carry away fluid which might act as a culture medium for bacteria. Various methods are used to close the wound, for example sutures (also known as stitches), or staples. Finally, the wound is covered with a dressing.