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51 Cards in this Set

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to slip
to fall
to hurt oneself
se blesser
to get cut
se couper
to hurt oneself
se faire mal
to break (a bone)
se casser
to sprain one's ankle
se fouler la cheville
to twist one's knee
se tordre le genou
an accident
un accident
a complicated fracture
une fracture (compliquée)
a wound
une blessure
to call 911
appeler police secours
to fill out a form
remplir un formulaire
an ambulance
une ambulance
a stretcher
un brancard
a wheelchair
un fauteuil roulant
a crutch
une béquille
a hospital
un hôpital
the emergency room
le service urgences
the operating room
la salle d'opération
a paramedic
un(e) secouriste
an anesthesiologist
un(e) anesthésiste
a surgeon (an orthopedic surgeon)
un chirurgien(-orthopédiste)
a nurse
un infirmier, une infirmière
to care for
to listen with a stethoscope
to give a shot
faire une piqûre
to bandage
faire un pansement
to stitch
un point de suture
to x-ray
une radio(graphie)
to take blood pressure
prendre la tension
to take the pulse
prendre le pouls
an anesthesia
une anesthésie
to set a break
remettre l'os en place
to put in a cast
to put in a cast
mettre dans le plâtre
the arm
le bras
the finger
le doigt
the knee
le genou
the leg
la jambe
the ankle
la cheville
the foot
le pied
the toe
le doigt de pied
a bone
un os
What happened?
Qu'est-de qui (t') est arrivé?
Don't worry.
Ne t'en fais pas.
It's not serious.
Ce n'est pas grave.
to hurt
avoir mal (à la jambe, au genou, etc.)
to get better
aller mieux
to take (along), to lead
to show