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  • Bladder An organ of the body that is shaped like a bag and contains urine
  • Rash Small spots which stay on the skin and then dissapear
  • Surgery A place where a doctor, dentist or other medical practioner treats or advices patients
  • Next of kin (NOK) Your most closely related family
  • Antenatal A clinic where medical care is given to women who are going to have a baby (before birth)
  • Postnatal A clinic where medical care is given to women and babies after they are born (after birth)
  • Tender Painful if someone touches a part of your body
  • Jaw Where you have your teeth
  • Injury A wound or damage to part of your body caused by an accident or attack
  • Numb When a part of you loses senses
  • Swollen When a part of your body become larger after a minor injury
  • Shortness of breath The feeling of not getting enough air when you are breathing (dyspnoea)
  • Psychiatrist A doctor trained in the treatment of mental illness
  • Recover (from) To get better after an illness
  • Fracture When a bone breaks or crack
  • Sprain When you twist the ligaments of a joint violently - it causes pain and swelling but not dislocation of the joint
  • Vomit It is the involuntary, forceful expulsion of the contents of one's stomach through the mouth and sometimes the nose.
  • Dizziness You feel like your going to faint and your head is spinning
  • Physiotherapist Promote body healing – assess, treat and advice patients with a wide range of medical conditions
  • Cardiology The study of the heart
  • Constipation Finding it difficult to empty your bowels
  • ENT Ear, nose and throat
  • Buttock 2 fleshy parts on your backside which you sit on
  • Cheek On either side of your face below you eyes
  • Chin Pointy part below your mouth
  • Wrist The joint between hand and arm
  • Ankle The joint between your foot and leg
  • ICU Department at a hospital that gives care for patients who are seriously ill
  • ICU Intensive Care Unit
  • CNS Central nervous system = Brain and spinal cord
  • Mucus Substance in your nose and throat that are produced when you have a cold
  • Phlegm Substance in your nose and throat that are produced when you have a cold
  • Sputum Substance in your nose and throat that are produced when you have a cold
  • Anxious Very worried about something
  • Gland An organ in the body which secretes substances for use in the body or for discharge into the surroundings
  • Cavity Hole or empty space inside the body. Also hole in a tooth
  • Shin Lower front part of your leg between knee and foot
  • Calf Lower back side of your leg between knee and foot
  • Discharge The action of allowing someone who has been staying overnight at the hospital, to leave the hospital
  • Admit Allow someone to enter the hosptal also to be inpatient of a hospital
  • Pregnancy A women who has a baby growing inside her body
  • Chesty cough When your throat is irritating and tickly but doesn´t bring up mucus
  • Hacking cough When your throat is irritating and tickly but doesn´t bring up mucus
  • Dry cought When your throat is irritating and tickly but doesn´t bring up mucus
  • Thigh Upper part of your leg between hip and knee
  • To make/arrange appointment An arrangement for a meeting at an asgreed time and place
  • Womb Organ in the female body where offspring av conceived and grow until birth
  • Uterus Organ in the female body where offspring av conceived and grow until birth
  • Dyspnoea The feeling of not getting enough air when you are breathing
  • Femur Bone in the upper part of yout leg between hip and knee
  • Fever When you have a high temperature
  • Germs Another word for bacteria
  • Outpatients Care for someone who goes to a hospital for treatment but don´t stay overnight
  • OTC Over the counter - When you don´t need a prescription for your medcine
  • Antibiotics A medicine that inhibits growth of or destroys microrganism
  • Double pneumonia Pnuemonia affecting both lungs
  • Cruthes Used as support when you have a injured leg
  • Hernia It is the abnormal exit of tissue or an organ, such as the bowel, through the wall of the cavity in which it normally resides
  • Sling A bandage or suspensory supporting the arm
  • COPD Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, a serious lung disease
  • IBS Irritable bowel syndrome
  • Sedative A drug taken for is calming and sleep-inclucing effect

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