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Medical Languages 1.0

Author:DTsEMT [Send Author Email]
Homepage:http://dtsemt.wordpress.com
Date
Added:
Updated:

June 18, 2009
August 25, 2009
Description:This database has views for: Arabic, Chinese, Creole, Farsi, French, German, Greek, Hindi, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Russian, Spanish, Urdu and Vietnamese. All phonetics are approximations but you should be understood. Not all terms are available in all languages - select the filter you need (eg. Spanish) and begin typing the term or phrase you want, if it is in that language it will show up.
Has Data:Yes
Has Forms:No
Filters:One filter for each language. The filters are designed to exclude records which do not have entries for that language.
Sorting:Keeping the sort order on English will probably increase the usefulness.
Comments:A pretty big file, with over 2,000 entries, all text.
Price:FREE
Version:HanDBase v.4.x Enhanced or greater
File:medlangs.pdb          Downloads: This Month 12 / Total* 1387
Note:MAC Users will need to enter the filename medlangs.pdb when saving this file.
* since October 1, 2000.

Other Titles from DTsEMT

03/05/2007 MedFarsi [Medical]
Medical Farsi, put together with lots of help from a native speaker from Afghanistan. Different dialects from the area such as Pashtun, Dari, etc. should all be able to understand this version.

03/05/2007 MedKorean [Medical]
Medical Korean. Pronunciations are heavily approximated, and no native speaker provided input or corrections, so use with care!

03/05/2007 MedKorean [Medical]
Medical Korean. Pronunciations are heavily approximated, and no native speaker provided input or corrections, so use with care!

03/05/2007 MedKorean [Medical]
Medical Korean. Pronunciations are heavily approximated, and no native speaker provided input or corrections, so use with care!

03/05/2007 MedSpanish [Medical]
Medical Spanish for EMS/ER. "USE" view lists a TOC, pronunciation guide, conjugation (I am, we are, he is); body parts, numbers, foods (for allergies), lots of terms, constantly updated

03/05/2007 GenMedGloss-OLD [Medical]
GENeric MEDical GLOSSary, for those "I remember hearing about that but..." moments. Simple stuff to the obscure, cross referenced by dual entries (eg COPD *and* Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. Includes some lab values

08/08/2007 GenMedGloss-OLD [Medical]
Replacement for previous GenMedGloss. Each entry reviewed and vetted, much more informative. This should completely replace the old version, but remember to save any entries you may have added prior to upgrade.

03/13/2009 Medical Glossary/Encyclopedia [Medical]
Latest and greatest General Medical Glossary - over 2600 entries. Previous versions had 3 text fields, these have been merged into 1; Links fields (see also...) much improved. Images supported/included. See the readme.txt included in the zipped file. An animated gif in the zip file gives a demo of what it looks like installed.