Abdominal Pain – ROS [for ER Providers]

Topic:  Abdominal Pain – Review of Systems (ROS)

Target Audience:  ER clinicians (doctors, PA’s, or NP’s), or urgent care

Format:  Mainly yes/no questions, a few with short answers

Video Version

First, I’ll walk you through Abdominal Pain – ROS in video form. 

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Written Version

If you prefer, here’s the written version of Abdominal Pain – ROS in Spanish.

Note: Parentheses mean the word(s) can be left out, and the phrase should still make sense.

EnglishSpanish
Do you also have…También tiene…
Vomiting?Vómitos?
Nausea?Náusea?
Heartburn?Acidez?
Chest pain or pressure?Dolor o presión en el pecho?
Diarrhea?Diarrea?
Watery?Como agua?
With blood?Con sangre?
Dysuria?Ardor cuando orina?
Hematuria?Sangre en la orina?
Vaginal bleeding?Sangrado vaginal?
Discharge?Flujo?
FeverFiebre
Chills?Escalofríos?
(Are you) constipated?(Está) estreñido?
(Are you still) pooping?(Está) haciendo popó (todavía)?
When was the last time?Cuándo fue la última vez?
Is there blood?Hay sangre?
Do you still pass gas?Todavía expulsa gases?
Are you eating?Está comiendo?
Did you eat today?Comió hoy?
What time?A qué hora?

Wrapping Up

Thanks for checking out my Abdominal Pain – ROS dialogue.  You’ll probably find these medical Spanish translations particularly useful if you work as a provider in emergency medicine.

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