PROFESSEUR D’ANGLAIS AUX IFSI DE NANCY ET AUTEUR DE « MAÎTRISER L’ANGLAIS MÉDICAL » ET « L’ANGLAIS MÉDICAL PRATIQUE », ÉD. LAMARRE
A specialized Operating Room (OR) nephrology nurse is announcing to a hospitalized patient the necessity of a surgical procedure due to his kidney failure.
Nurse: Good morning Sir. How are you doing today?
Patient: Not very well, I have to say.
Nurse: I’m seeing you today for the evolution of your kidney failure. This indicates an end-stage renal disease, with accumulation of toxic waste in your body. Since...