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Číslo 10 / 2015

Tick bites

Datum: 12. 10. 2015
Autor: Traductera
Tick bites

One-half of all neuroinfections are caused by a tick-borne infection. In addition to Lyme disease, or Lyme borreliosis, ticks in Europe also transmit other infections to humans, such as tick-borne encephalitis, or the lesser-known human granulocytic ehrlichiosis. 

Patient: Good morning, nurse. My daughter has been bitten by a tick and there is still a red spot near the bite site. That's why we've come to see the doctor, just in case.

Nurse: Good morning, Ms Scott. I see. Please, take a seat in the waiting room; the doctor will call you to come in.

 

Patient: Ok, thank you. And could you give me advice regarding the correct way of removing a tick?

Nurse: Ideally, use a pair of tweezers or a special tick removal device. Grasp the tick as close to the skin as possible and slowly remove it by moving it backwards and forwards, and turning.

 

Patient: So we did it the right way.

Nurse: And did you disinfect the bite site?

 

Patient: Yes, we did, using Jodisol. And I also washed my hands. My daughter is not experiencing any pain, but I am concerned about the red spot that has remained on her skin. I'm worried that the tick might have been infected and she could have contracted some kind of borreliosis or encephalitis.

Nurse: The doctor will check it. In any case, the best thing to do to prevent tick bites in the future is to protect yourselves with appropriate clothes and repellents. Tick-borne encephalitis can also be prevented with vaccination. Ask the doctor about it. You can come in now.

 

Patient: Thank you very much.

Nurse: You are welcome.

 

 

tick-borne

přenášený klíštětem

lesser-known

méně známý

to bite

kousnout, pokousat; štípnout; uštknout

regarding

ohledně čeho

correct

správný

to remove

vytáhnout, odstranit, sundat, vyjmout

tweezers

pinzeta

to grasp

uchopit, chytit; popadnout; pochopit

to turn

otáčet, točit; kroutit; obracet

to be concerned about

znepokojovat se, mít obavy, trápit se

to remain

zůstat; zbýt, zbývat

to contract

dostat (nemoc), chytit, uhnat si

in any case

každopádně, v každém případě

appropriate

vhodný, odpovídající; náležitý, patřičný

 

Lekce angličtiny pro časopis Florence připravuje překladatelská agentura ACP TRADUCTERA (www.traductera.com).

 

Ilustrační foto, zdroj: http://cs.wikipedia.org

 
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