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Medical Equipments

Medical equipments
Laboratory Equipments
Task 2
Task 2. Label these pieces of equipment for moving
and handling patients with the words in the box

Banana Hand blocks hoist Monkey Rope ladder Slide sheet

board pole
Task 3. Work in pairs. Label photos A-F
with the aids in the box.
commode dentures glasses grabber Hearing aid Walking
Task 4
• Match 1-6 to a-f to make sentences about the aids in 1. Then match the
sentences to the photos in task 3.
1. Patients use this when they a. hear better.
2. Patients wear these when they b. up objects they cannot reach.
3. Patients wear these in order c. are not able to walk to the toilet.
4. Patients use this to pick d. them walk around more easily.
5. Patients wear this to e. to see better.
6. Patients use this to help f. their natural teeth.
Read and practice this dialog below:
1. A: Dan, can you come and help me with Ms Marsh, please?
B: No problem.
A: She has a rope ladder, so she can pull herself up to a sitting position but she'll
need some help to get out of bed.
B: Are we going to use a hoist?
A: No, I don't think we need a hoist. Ms Marsh only weighs about 45 kilos, poor
B: Oh, OK.
2 A: Mr Baxter, we're going to help you into your chair. You'll be more comfortable for
watching the TV.
Carol is going to lower your bed first.
B: And what's that?
A: You've never seen one of these before? Great, isn't it? It's called a banana board.
Now can you sit up first, please? That's it. Now swing your legs over the side of the
bed. I'm going to put the banana board on your bed and - and now you can slide
onto the chair. Careful now ... slowly. There you are.
3. [C = Cynthia; L = Louis)
C: Hi, Louis. Sorry I'm late. I was in the laboratory and I had to wait for
some results. I'm here to help you with the inventory.
L: OK,Cynthia, you can use this scanner and I'll take this one. And you
scan the items we need to order. For example, we need new
hospital gowns and sheets for the patient rooms on the fourth floor.
So you scan the code like this ... and you enter the number we
need. We need nine of each. To finish that order, press 'enter' on
the scanner.
C: OK, I understand. I know we need to order some more bedpans.
And we need a lot more gauze and surgical tape.
L: OK.We also did a lot of blood tests this week during the blood
donation campaign, so we need some more specimen tubes and IV
Grammar insert
Simple present tense is to talk about habitual actions or occurrences.
Example: Pauline practices the piano every day. Ms. Jackson travels during the summer. Hamsters run all night.
The pattern of Simple Present
(+) Subjek + Verb 1 (s/es) + Objek
(-) Subjek + Do / Does + not + Verb 1 + Objek
(?) Do / Does + Subjek + Verb 1 + Objek ?
In the simple present, most regular verbs use the root form, except in the third-person singular
(which ends in -s).
For a few verbs, the third-person singular ends with -es instead of -s. Typically, these are verbs whose root form
ends in o, ch, sh, th, ss, gh, or z.
• I live in a small town
• You speak English fluently
• We eat three times a day .
• They study english twice a week.
• He speaks Japanese.
• She goes to office everyday.
• It works .
Task 6
Please create your own dialogs about medical