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Abruptly

adv -suddenly and unexpectedly, especially in an unpleasant way

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embarrassingly

adv - used to say that something makes you feel shy or ashamed

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spontaneously

  • happening naturally, without the need for medical treatment or assistance

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Appraisal

n - a meeting in which a doctor discusses with a more senior doctor how well he or she has been doing their job; the system of holding such meetings

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button battery

  • n- a small round flat battery

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bystander

n - a person who sees and event, such as a crime or an accident, but who is not directly involved

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Continuing Professional Development

n - a system for staff who are already qualified in which they receive regular training about new medical procedures connected with their job

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Job specification

n -a description of the skills, knowledge, and experience that are required to do a particular job

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Paramedic

  • n - a person whose job involves giving emergency medical treatment to sick or injured people in their home, at the scene of an accident, etc., before they are taken to hospital

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Rapid response

n - the act or process of dealing with a medical emergency quickly

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Seizure

  • n - a sudden attack of an illness, such as epilepsy, in which a person becomes unconscious their body shakes violently, = a fit

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Warning sign

a yellow, diamond-shaped sign that alerts you to possible hazards

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Giddy

adj - feeling dizzy, that everything is moving around and that you are going to fall

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Groggy

adj - feeling weak and unable to think clearly because you are ill or very tired

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Traffic-busting

adj- able to get through road congestion

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Come over

v - suddenly feel

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Dispatch

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Come over

v - suddenly feel

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Free up

  • v- release

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Instigate

v- to start

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Soil

v - to accidentally release solid waste from your body onto your clothes, bed sheets, etc.

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Twitch

v -(of a person's body) to make a sudden quick movement, especially one that you cannot control

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Wet

v - to urinate by accident

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Fracture

n - a break in a bone

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Hairline

  • a very thin crack or line in the surface of the bone, cannot be easily seen on an X-ray

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Impacted

n - a type of fracture in which the two broken ends of the bone are pushed into each other

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Comminuted

a break or splinter of the bone into more than two fragments, often from high-impact accidents

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Simple

n - a fracture involving a brake of the bone but with little damage to surrounding tissue and muscle

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Spiral

n- a fracture caused by twisting the bone so that it breaks

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Greenstick

n- a fracture in a young, soft bone in which the bone bends and breaks, common in children

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Compound

  • n - an injury in which a broken bone pierces the skin, causing a risk of infection

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Crush

n - reduction in volume of a bone, often in spongy bone

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Avulsion

n- a fracture where a piece of bone is torn off by a tendon or ligament

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Stress

n- fracture which occurs when certain bones are likely to break from repeated minor injuries

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Pressure sore

n - decubitus ulcer

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multifactorial

  • adj- involving many features or elements

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Chip pan fires

  • n - fires created from cooking chipped potatoes in hot fat

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Prone

  • adj- likely to suffer from something, such as a particular illness

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POP

n - plaster of paris, a white powder that becomes hard when it is mixed with water and left to dry. POP is used to make plaster casts

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Safety net

n- used to describe any arrangement that is intended to protect a patient and prevent problems from developing after they finish consulting a doctor or having treatment / a reminder to the patient that they can come back if there are any changes or if anything happens.

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Bang

v- to hit a part of the body against something

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Dislocate

v- to put a bone out of its normal position in a joint

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Land

v- to come down to the ground after falling, jumping, or being thrown

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Slip (over)

v- to slide a short distance by accident so that you fall or nearly fall

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Smash

v- to break something violently into many pieces; to be broken in this way

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Squash

v- to press or crush something so that it becomes damaged or changes shape

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Stub

v- to hurt your toe by accidentally hitting it against something hard

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Stumble

v- to fall or almost fall while you are running or walking

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Trip (over / up)

v- to catch your foot on something and fall or almost fall

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Twist

v- to injure a part of your body, especially your ankle, wrist, or knee, by bending it in an awkward way

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Adhesive capsulitis

n - formal term for a painful condition in which the shoulder joint becomes stiff and difficult to move

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Ball

n - (of the foot) the part underneath the big toe

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Blister

n- informal term for a swelling on the surface of the skin that is filled with liquid and is caused by rubbing or burning

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Bullae

n - formal term for large swellings on the surface of the skin that is filled with liquid and is caused by rubbing or burning

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Boil

n -informal term for an inflamed pus-filled swelling on the skin, caused typically by the infection of a hair follicle

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Callus

n- informal term for an area of thickened skin that forms as a response to repeated friction, pressure, or other irritation

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Frozen shoulder

n- informal term for a painful condition in which the shoulder joint becomes stiff and difficult to move

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Furuncle

n- formal term for an inflamed pus-filled swelling on the skin, caused typically by the infection of a hair follicle.

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Heel

n- the raised part of the inside of the hand where it joins the wrist

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Hyper keratosis

n- formal term for an area of thickened skin that forms as a response to repeated friction, pressure, or other irritation

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Paraesthesia

n- formal term for an uncomfortable feeling in a part of your body as if a lot of sharp points are pushing into it.

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Persuasion

n- the act of convincing somebody to do something

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Small of the back

n - the lower part of the back where it curves in

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Tingling

n - informal term for an uncomfortable feeling in a part of your body as if a lot of sharp points are pushing into it.

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Warning

n - an instruction telling somebody what to do or what not to do.

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Wryneck

n -informal term for a condition affecting the neck muscles which causes the neck to turn so that eventually the head is permanently held to one side.

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Torticollis

n- formal term for a condition affecting the neck muscles which causes the neck to turn so that eventually the head is permanently held to one side.

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Exasperated

adj- extremely annoyed, especially if you cannot do anything to improve the situation

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Uncooperative

Does not follow commands or go along with physician requests

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Bump

v- to hit something lightly, especially a part of your body, against or on something

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Curl

v- to form or make something form a curved shape, for example your toes

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Fan out

v -to spread something out, like a fan

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Flare up

v - (of an illness, injury) to suddenly start again or to become worse

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Hobble

v- to walk with difficultly, especially because your feet or legs hurt

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Negotiate

v- to agree something by formal discussion

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Straighten

v- to become straight; to make something straight

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Et al-abbreviation

used after the names of the main authors to indicated there are others not mentioned

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Afterbirth

n - the placenta and other material that comes out of a woman's body after a baby is born

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Dispatch

v - to send a person or thing somewhere in order to do something

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Faint

v -to suddenly become unconscious because not enough blood is going to your brain

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Woozy

adj - feeling unsteady and confused

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Breech

n - used to describe the position of a baby within the mother in which when it is born, the baby's feet or bottom come out first

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Care plan

n - a system of care agreed upon with the patient

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Cervix

n - the lower part of the uterus in the human female reproductive system

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Conclusion

n - a judgement or a decision, made after considering all the information connected with the situation

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Contractions

n - a shortening of the uterine muscles occurring at intervals before and during childbirth.

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Dilation

n - the action or condition of becoming or being made wider, larger, or more open.

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Expectation

n - a belief that something will happen because it seems likely - a strong belief about the way something should happen or how somebody should behave

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Foetus

n - an unborn off spring of a mammal, in particular an unborn human baby more than eight weeks after conception

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Fundus

n -the part of a hollow organ (such as the uterus or the gallbladder) that is farthest from the opening.

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Lie

n - the position in which a baby is lying within the mother

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Membranes

n - a thin layer of skin or tissue that connects or covers organs or other parts inside the body

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Morning sickness

n - the need to vomit that some women feel when they are pregnant, often only in the morning

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NCT

n - the National Childbirth Trust, a UK charity supporting parents

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Nucleus

n - main stress in the sentence

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Obstetric

n - relating to childbirth and the processes associated with it

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Patch

n - a small area of something that is different from the area around it

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Pelvis

n - the large bony structure near the base of the spine to which the hind limbs or legs are attached in humans and many other vertebrates.

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Period

n - the flow of blood each month from the body of a woman who is not pregnant

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Placenta

n - the afterbirth

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