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Đề ti: Unit 18 (Answers in p7)

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    Arrow Unit 18 (Answers in p7)

    Hello everyone, bài đầu tiên của năm mới đây ^^

    FOR NEWCOMERS: Download the audio file, listen and fill the blanks in the text below. Then, post your work right here in this thread by clicking Post Reply. Remember to apply bold formatting to the words you fill.

    Feeling No Pain: The World of Anesthesia
    download here
    or here
    (right-click + save link as...)

    Anesthesia is used …(1) and other …(2) to block pain …(3) from traveling through the …(4). The …(5) anesthesia that patients receive …(6) their condition and the kind of procedure they need.

    …(7) is used to make a small area of the body …(8). Usually, local anesthesia is for …(9) procedures, like …(10) a tooth or closing a …(11). The person remains fully…(12).

    …(13) is used to …(14) in a large area of the body. For example, when a woman is …(15), she might request an …(16) anesthesia. It is …(17) into the fluid in the …(18). It acts on the …(19) of the body.

    …(20) makes a person fall asleep. This is known as being "…(21)." The drugs are injected into the blood or …(22) as a gas. General anesthesia also …(23).
    People are …(24) to remember an operation when they wake up. In …(25) cases, they do. The Mayo Clinic says patients may have a sense of their …(26) during about …(27) of one percent of all operations. It says they generally do not…(28), but may wish to talk to a …(29) provider if the memories …(30) them.

    An …(31) is a doctor specially trained to give anesthesia. During an operation, the anesthesiologist will …(32) the patient’s heart rate, blood pressure and …(33) in the blood. A …(34) may be put into the person's …(35). The tube is connected to a …(36) machine.

    There are, of course, …(37) to anesthesia. People can have different …(38) to the drugs. …(39) can happen. But medical experts say the …(40) of anesthesia has greatly …(41).

    The Mayo Clinic says not too long ago, one in ten thousand cases …(42) in death. Now, it says, the number is one in …(43).

    The …(44) say everyone's experience with anesthesia is different. To …(45) the risks, the Mayo Clinic says …(46) is important among the patient and the doctors before an operation.

    Patients can …(47) questions like: What is your …(48)? What …(49) do you take? Do you smoke or …(50)? Do you know if you have any …(51) to food or medicines? And what …(52) have you had in the past with anesthesia?

    This VOA Special English Health Report was written by Jill Moss. Our reports are online at voaspecialenglish.com. I’m Steve Ember.


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    Mặc định

    Anesthesia is used during operation…(1) and other medical procedure…(2) to block pain signal…(3) from traveling through the nervous system(4). The kind of…(5) anesthesia that patients receive depend on…(6) their condition and the kind of procedure they need.

    local anesthesia(7) is used to make a small area of the body lose filling…(8). Usually, local anesthesia is for miner…(9) procedures, like fixing…(10) a tooth or closing a wound…(11). The person remains a filling a week12).

    resenal…(13) is used to blood pain…(14) in a large area of the body. For example, when a woman is giving birth…(15), she might request an …(16) anesthesia. It is exacted (17) into the fluid in the spite…(18). It acts on the lower …(19) of the body.

    general anesthesia…(20) makes a person fall asleep. This is known as being "put under…(21)." The drugs are injected into the blood or breeze…(22) as a gas. General anesthesia also blood memory…(23).
    People are not suppose…(24) to remember an operation when they wake up. In real…(25) cases, they do. The Mayo Clinic says patients may have a sense of their surrounding…(26) during about 1(27) of one percent of all operations. It says they generally do not fell pain…(28), but may wish to talk to a methode help(29) provider if the memories trouble(30) them.

    An anesthesiologist…(31) is a doctor specially trained to give anesthesia. During an operation, the anesthesiologist will observe…(32) the patient’s heart rate, blood pressure and amount of archigant (33) in the blood. A breezing tube…(34) may be put into the person's …(35). The tube is connected to a respiratore…(36) machine.

    There are, of course,risk …(37) to anesthesia. People can have different reaction…(38) to the drugs. mustage…(39) can happen. But medical experts say the 60…(40) of anesthesia has greatly improve…(41).

    The Mayo Clinic says not too long ago, one in ten thousand cases resounted…(42) in death. Now, it says, the number is one in 250 000…(43).

    The expert…(44) say everyone's experience with anesthesia is different. To reduce…(45) the risks, the Mayo Clinic says open communication (46) is important among the patient and the doctors before an operation.

    Patients can expect…(47) questions like: What is your common health…(48)? What medication…(49) do you take? Do you smoke or drink acohol…(50)? Do you know if you have any anesthesia…(51) to food or medicines? And what experiences…(52) have you had in the past with anesthesia?

    This VOA Special English Health Report was written by Jill Moss. Our reports are online

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    Em xin nộp bi
    Anesthesia is used during operations(1) and other medical procedures(2) to block pain signals(3) from traveling through the nervous system(4). The kind of(5) anesthesia that patients receive depends on(6) their condition and the kind of procedure they need.

    Local anesthesia(7) is used to make a small area of the body lose feeling(8). Usually, local anesthesia is for minor(9) procedures, like fixing(10) a tooth or closing a wound(11). The person remains fully awake(12).

    Regional anesthesia(13) is used to block pain(14) in a large area of the body. For example, when a woman is giving birth(15), she might request an (16) anesthesia. It is injected(17) into the fluid in the spine(18). It acts on the lower half(19) of the body.

    General anesthesia(20) makes a person fall asleep. This is known as being " put under(21)." The drugs are injected into the blood or breath (22) as a gas. General anesthesia also blocks memory(23).
    People are not supposed(24) to remember an operation when they wake up. In rare(25) cases, they do. The Mayo Clinic says patients may have a sense of their surroundings(26) during about one-fifth(27) of one percent of all operations. It says they generally do not feel pain(28), but may wish to talk to a metal health(29) provider if the memories trouble(30) them.

    An anesthesiologist(31) is a doctor specially trained to give anesthesia. During an operation, the anesthesiologist will observe(32) the patients heart rate, blood pressure and amount of oxygen(33) in the blood. A breathing tube(34) may be put into the person's windpipe(35). The tube is connected to a respirator(36) machine.

    There are, of course, risks(37) to anesthesia. People can have different reactions(38) to the drugs. Mistakes(39) can happen. But medical experts say the safety(40) of anesthesia has greatly improved(41).

    The Mayo Clinic says not too long ago, one in ten thousand cases resulted(42) in death. Now, it says, the number is one in two hundred fifty thousand (43).

    The expert(44) say everyone's experience with anesthesia is different. To reduce(45) the risks, the Mayo Clinic says open communication(46) is important among the patient and the doctors before an operation.

    Patients can expect(47) questions like: What is your current help(48)? What medication(49) do you take? Do you smoke or drink alcohol(50)? Do you know if you have any alogies(51) to food or medicines? And what experiences(52) have you had in the past with anesthesia?

    This VOA Special English Health Report was written by Jill Moss. Our reports are online at voaspecialenglish.com. Im Steve Ember.

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    Cool

    Anesthesia is used in your operations(1) and other medical procedures(2) to block pains ago(3) from traveling through the nervous system(4). The kind of(5) anesthesia that patients receive depends on (6) their condition and the kind of procedure they need.

    Local anesthesia(7) is used to make a small area of the body lose feeling(8). Usually, local anesthesia is for minor(9) procedures, like fixing(10) a tooth or closing a wound (11). The person remains fullyawake(12).

    Recent anesthesia(13) is used to block pain(14) in a large area of the body. For example, when a woman is giving birth(15), she might request an (16) anesthesia. It is injected(17) into the fluid in the spy(18). It acts on the lower half(19) of the body.

    General anesthesia(20) makes a person fall asleep. This is known as being "good order(21)." The drugs are injected into the blood or breathe(22) as a gas. General anesthesia also blocks memories(23).
    People are not supposed(24) to remember an operation when they wake up. In (25) cases, they do. The Mayo Clinic says patients may have a sense of their surroundings(26) during about one fifth(27) of one percent of all operations. It says they generally do notfeel pain(28), but may wish to talk to a matter health(29) provider if the memories trouble(30) them.

    An anesthesiologist(31) is a doctor specially trained to give anesthesia. During an operation, the anesthesiologist will observe(32) the patients heart rate, blood pressure and amount of oxygen(33) in the blood. A tube(34) may be put into the person's (35). The tube is connected to a rasberator(36) machine.

    There are, of course, risk (37) to anesthesia. People can have different reactions(38) to the drugs. Mistakes (39) can happen. But medical experts say the safety(40) of anesthesia has greatly improved(41).

    The Mayo Clinic says not too long ago, one in ten thousand cases resulted(42) in death. Now, it says, the number is one in 250000(43).

    The experts(44) say everyone's experience with anesthesia is different. To reduce(45) the risks, the Mayo Clinic says open communication(46) is important among the patient and the doctors before an operation.

    Patients can expect(47) questions like: What is your current health(48)? What medication(49) do you take? Do you smoke or drink alcohol(50)? Do you know if you have any allergy (51) to food or medicines? And what experiences(52) have you had in the past with anesthesia?

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    Mặc định

    Feeling No Pain: The World of Anesthesia
    download here
    or here
    Anesthesia is used during operations (1) and other [I][I]medical procedures (2) to block pain signals (3) from traveling through the nervous system (4). The kind of (5) anesthesia that patients receive depends on (6) their condition and the kind of procedure they need.

    Local anesthesia (7) is used to make a small area of the body loss feeling (8). Usually, local anesthesia is for miner (9) procedures, like faking (10) a tooth or closing a wound (11). The person remains fully awake (12).

    Regional (13) is used to block pain (14) in a large area of the body. For example, when a woman is giving birth (15), she might request an (16) anesthesia. It is injected (17) into the fluid in the spice (18). It acts on the lower half (19) of the body.

    General (20) makes a person fall asleep. This is known as being "put under (21)." The drugs are injected into the blood or breath (22) as a gas. General anesthesia also blocks memory (23).

    People are support (24) to remember an operation when they wake up. In real (25) cases, they do. The Mayo Clinic says patients may have a sense of their surrounding (26) during about 1/5 (27) of one percent of all operations. It says they generally do not feel pain (28), but may wish to talk to a mental health (29) provider if the memories trouble (30) them.

    An anesthesiologist (31) is a doctor specially trained to give anesthesia. During an operation, the anesthesiologist will observe (32) the patients heart rate, blood pressure and amount of oxygen (33) in the blood. A breathing tube (34) may be put into the person's winds pie (35). The tube is connected to a (36) machine.

    There are, of course, risks (37) to anesthesia. People can have different reaction (38) to the drugs. Mistake (39) can happen. But medical experts say the safety (40) of anesthesia has greatly improved (41).

    The Mayo Clinic says not too long ago, one in ten thousand cases resulted (42) in death. Now, it says, the number is one in two hundred fifty thousand (43).

    The experts (44) say everyone's experience with anesthesia is different. To reduce (45) the risks, the Mayo Clinic says open communication (46) is important among the patient and the doctors before an operation.

    Patients can expect (47) questions like: What is your current health (48)? What medication (49) do you take? Do you smoke or drink alcohol (50)? Do you know if you have any allergic (51) to food or medicines? And what experience (52) have you had in the past with anesthesia?

    This VOA Special English Health Report was written by Jill Moss. Our reports are online at voaspecialenglish.com. Im Steve Ember.

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    em mới vào diễn đàn lần đầu và đây là bài đầu tiên em nghe đươc... em mong mọi người giúp đỡ với

    Anesthesia is used during operations (1) and other medical procedure (2) to block pain sick …(3) from traveling through the nervous system (4). The kind of (5) anesthesia that patients receive depends on (6) their condition and the kind of procedure they need.

    Local anesthesia
    (7) is used to make a small area of the body lose felling (8). Usually, local anesthesia is for minor (9) procedures, like fixing (10) a tooth or closing a …(11). The person remains fully (12). Awake

    Regional Anesthesia (13) is used to block pain (14) in a large area of the body. For example, when a woman is giving birth (15), she might request an …(16) anesthesia. It is not injected (17) into the fluid in the …(18). It acts on the lower half(19) of the body.

    General Anesthesia (20) makes a person fall asleep. This is known as being " put under (21)." The drugs are injected into the blood or breath (22) as a gas. General anesthesia also (23). block memories
    People are not support(24) to remember an operation when they wake up. In these (25) cases, they do. The Mayo Clinic says patients may have a sense of their surroundings (26) during about …(27) of one percent of all operations. It says they generally do not fell pain (28), but may wish to talk to a matal health(29) provider if the memories trouble (30) them.

    An anesthesiologist (31) is a doctor specially trained to give anesthesia. During an operation, the anesthesiologist will …(32) the patient’s heart rate, blood pressure and a mong of acient (33) in the blood. A breathing too (34) may be put into the person's …(35). The tube is connected to a …(36) machine.

    There are, of course, ricks (37) to anesthesia. People can have different reaction (38) to the drugs. Mistakes (39) can happen. But medical experts say the 60 (40) of anesthesia has greatly improve (41).

    The Mayo Clinic says not too long ago, one in ten thousand cases without (42) in death. Now, it says, the number is one in 250000 (43).

    The each birth (44) say everyone's experience with anesthesia is different. To reduce (45) the risks, the Mayo Clinic says open cominication (46) is important among the patient and the doctors before an operation.

    Patients can expect (47) questions like: What is your current help (48)? What mecical(49) do you take? Do you smoke or drink ancolhod (50)? Do you know if you have any …(51) to food or medicines? And what experience (52) have you had in the past with anesthesia?

    This VOA Special English Health Report was written by Jill Moss. Our reports are online at voaspecialenglish.com. I’m Steve Ember.
    Sửa l̀n cúi bởi vnn_it : 27-02-2007 lúc 07:25 PM

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    Mặc định Anesthesia

    Anesthesia is used during operations (1) and other medical procedures (2) to block pain signals (3) from traveling through the nervous system (4). The kind of (5) anesthesia that patients receive depends on (6) their condition and the kind of procedure they need.

    Local anesthesia (7) is used to make a small area of the body loose feeling (8). Usually, local anesthesia is for minor (9) procedures, like fixing (10) a tooth or closing a wound(11). The person remains fully awake (12).

    Regional anesthesia (13) is used to block pain (14) in a large area of the body. For example, when a woman is giving birth (15), she might request an abdominal (16) anesthesia. It is injected (17) into the fluid in the spine (18). It acts on the lower half (19) of the body.

    General anesthesia(20) makes a person fall asleep. This is known as being "put under (21)." The drugs are injected into the blood or breath (22) as a gas. General anesthesia also blocks memory (23).

    People are not supposed (24) to remember an operation when they wake up. In rare (25) cases, they do. The Mayo Clinic says patients may have a sense of their surroundings (26) during about 1/5 (27) of one percent of all operations. It says they generally do not feel pain (28), but may wish to talk to a mental health (29) provider if the memories trouble (30) them.

    An anesthesiologist (31) is a doctor specially trained to give anesthesia. During an operation, the anesthesiologist will observe (32) the patients heart rate, blood pressure and amount of oxygen (33) in the blood. A breathing tool (34) may be put into the person's windpipe (35). The tube is connected to a respirator (36) machine.

    There are, of course, risks (37) to anesthesia. People can have different reactions (38) to the drugs. Mistakes (39) can happen. But medical experts say the safety (40) of anesthesia has greatly improved (41).

    The Mayo Clinic says not too long ago, one in ten thousand cases resulted (42) in death. Now, it says, the number is one in 250000 (43).

    The experts (44) say everyone's experience with anesthesia is different. To reduce (45) the risks, the Mayo Clinic says open communication (46) is important among the patient and the doctors before an operation.

    Patients can expect (47) questions like: What is your current health (48)? What medication (49) do you take? Do you smoke or drink alcohol (50)? Do you know if you have any allergy (51) to food or medicines? And what experiences (52) have you had in the past with anesthesia?

    This VOA Special English Health Report was written by Jill Moss. Our reports are online at voaspecialenglish.com. Im Steve Ember.


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    Anesthesia is used during operations(1) and other (2) to block pain signals(3) from traveling through the nervous system(4). The kind of( 5) anesthesia that patients receive depends on(6) their condition and the kind of procedure they need.

    Local anesthesia(7) is used to make a small area of the body lose feeling(8). Usually, local anesthesia is for miner(9) procedures, like fixing(10) a tooth or closing a wound(11). The person remains fully awake(12).

    Regional anesthesia(13) is used to block pain(14) in a large area of the body. For example, when a woman is giving birth(15), she might request an (16) anesthesia. It is injected(17) into the fluid in the spire(18). It acts on the lower half(19) of the body.

    General anesthesia(20) makes a person fall asleep. This is known as being "put under(21)." The drugs are injected into the blood or breath(22) as a gas. General anesthesia also block memory(23).
    People are not suppose(24) to remember an operation when they wake up. In (25) cases, they do. The Mayo Clinic says patients may have a sense of their surroundings(26) during about one fifth(27) of one percent of all operations. It says they generally do not feel pain(28), but may wish to talk to a mental health(29) provider if the memories trouble(30) them.

    An anesthesiologist (31) is a doctor specially trained to give anesthesia. During an operation, the anesthesiologist will observe(32) the patients heart rate, blood pressure and (33) in the blood. A (34) may be put into the person's (35). The tube is connected to a (36) machine.

    There are, of course, risks(37) to anesthesia. People can have different reactions(38) to the drugs. Mistakes(39) can happen. But medical experts say the 60%(40) of anesthesia has greatly improve(41).

    The Mayo Clinic says not too long ago, one in ten thousand cases resulted(42) in death. Now, it says, the number is one in 250000(43).
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    The experts(44) say everyone's experience with anesthesia is different. To reduce(45) the risks, the Mayo Clinic says open communications(46) is important among the patient and the doctors before an operation.

    Patients can expect(47) questions like: What is your commol health(48)? What medications(49) do you take? Do you smoke or (50) drink alcohol? Do you know if you have any energy(51) to food or medicines? And what experience(52) have you had in the past with anesthesia?

    This VOA Special English Health Report was written by Jill Moss. Our reports are online at voaspecialenglish.com. Im Steve Ember.


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    Talking Nộp bi, c ơi!!!

    Feeling No Pain: The World of Anesthesia


    Anesthesia is used during operation (1) and other medical procedures (2) to block pain signal (3) from traveling through the nervous system (4). The kind (5) anesthesia that patients receive depend on (6) their condition and the kind of procedure they need.

    Local anesthesia (7) is used to make a small area of the body lose feeling (8). Usually, local anesthesia is for minor (9) procedures, like fixing (10) a tooth or closing a wound (11). The person remains fully awake (12).

    Regional anesthesia (13) is used to block pain (14) in a large area of the body. For example, when a woman is giving birth (15), she might request an (16) anesthesia. It is interesting (17) into the fluid in the (18). It acts on the lower half (19) of the body.

    General anesthesia (20) makes a person fall asleep. This is known as being "put under (21)." The drugs are injected into the blood or breath (22) as a gas. General anesthesia also lost memories (23).
    People are not support (24) to remember an operation when they wake up. In where (25) cases, they do. The Mayo Clinic says patients may have a sense of their surrounding (26) during about one fifth (27) of one percent of all operations. It says they generally do not feel pain (28), but may wish to talk to a method help (29) provider if the memories trouble (30) them.

    An anesthesiologist (31) is a doctor specially trained to give anesthesia. During an operation, the anesthesiologist will observe (32) the patients heart rate, blood pressure and amount of oxygen (33) in the blood. A breathing tube (34) may be put into the person's (35). The tube is connected to a (36) machine.

    There are, of course, risks (37) to anesthesia. People can have different reaction (38) to the drugs. Mistake (39) can happen. But medical experts say the safe (40) of anesthesia has greatly improve (41).

    The Mayo Clinic says not too long ago, one in ten thousand cases (42) in death. Now, it says, the number is one in 250.000
    The experts (44) say everyone's experience with anesthesia is different. To reduce (45) the risks, the Mayo Clinic says open communication (46) is important among the patient and the doctors before an operation.

    Patients can expect (47) questions like: What is your current heath (48)? What medication (49) do you take? Do you smoke or drink alcohol (50)? Do you know if you have any energy (51) to food or medicines? And what experience (52) have you had in the past with anesthesia?

    This VOA Special English Health Report was written by Jill Moss. Our reports are online at voaspecialenglish.com. Im Steve Ember.


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    here is my answer

    Feeling No Pain: The World of Anesthesia

    Anesthesia is used during operations(1) and other medical procedures(2) to block pain signals(3) from traveling through the nervous system(4). The kind(5) anesthesia that patients receive depends on(6) their condition and the kind of procedure they need.

    local anestheasia(7) is used to make a small area of the body lose feeling(8). Usually, local anesthesia is for 9) procedures, like fixing10) a tooth or closing a (11). The person remains fullyawake(12).

    general anesthesia(13) is used to block pain(14) in a large area of the body. For example, when a woman is giving birth(15), she might request an .....16) anesthesia. It is injected(17) into the fluid in the (18). It acts on the lower half(19) of the body.

    General anesthesia (20) makes a person fall asleep. This is known as being "put under(21)." The drugs are injected into the blood or breathe(22) as a gas. General anesthesia also block memory(23).
    People are not supposed(24) to remember an operation when they wake up. In where(25) cases, they do. The Mayo Clinic says patients may have a sense of their surrounding(26) during about one fifth(27) of one percent of all operations. It says they generally do notfeel pain(28), but may wish to talk to a trouble(29) provider if the memories metal health(30) them.

    An anesthesiologist(31) is a doctor specially trained to give anesthesia. During an operation, the anesthesiologist will (32) the patients heart rate, blood pressure and an amount of oxygen(33) in the blood. A breathing too(34) may be put into the person's (35). The tube is connected to a (36) machine.

    There are, of course, risk(37) to anesthesia. People can have different reactions(38) to the drugs. mistakes(39) can happen. But medical experts say the safe(40) of anesthesia has greatly improve(41).

    The Mayo Clinic says not too long ago, one in ten thousand cases (42) in death. Now, it says, the number is one in 250000 (43).

    The experts(44) say everyone's experience with anesthesia is different. To reduce(45) the risks, the Mayo Clinic says open communication(46) is important among the patient and the doctors before an operation.

    Patients can expect(47) questions like: What is your current help(48)? What medication(49) do you take? Do you smoke or drink alcohol(50)? Do you know if you have any energy(51) to food or medicines? And what experience (52) have you had in the past with anesthesia?

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