Medisina Dictionary

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Ang usapin ng kalusugan at medisina ay isa sa pinakaunang binibigyan ng kahalagahan ng mga Pilipino. Kung tayo ay nagkakasakit o may dinaramdam, mga manggagamot ang una nating pinupuntahan para sumangguni. May mga pagkakataon na may binabanggit na salita ang mga manggagamot na bago sa ating pandinig o ngayon lang natin narinig sa unang pagkakataon. At tinatanong natin sa kanila kung ano ang kahulugan ng salitang ito o mga katawagang pangmedisina.
Layunin ng paksang ito na magkaroon ng diksiyunaryo na makakatulong upang madagdagan ng kaalamam ang mga karaniwang tao, mga maysakit at mag-aaral, sa mga salita o katawagang pangmedisina at mga kahulugan nito. Dahil sa karamihan ng mga salitang kaugnay ng medisina at kalusugan ay nakasulat sa salitang Ingles, hindi natin maikakaila na hindi natin alam ang mga salitang katumbas nito sa wikang-Filipino. Hangarin namin na maging simula ang aming ginawang pagsasaliksik, pagsusulat at pagsasalin sa wikang-Filipino ng mga katawagang pangmedisina, kalusugan at agham. Umaasa kami na makatutulong ito sa tuluyang paglilimbag nito sa mga hinaharap na panahon.
Upang makalikom ng mga salita o katawagang pangmedisina at ng kanilang mga kahulugan ay nagsangguni kami mula sa iba’t-ibang mga libro, diksiyunaryo at mga kaibigan o kakilala na may alam sa larangan ng kalusugan o medisina. Hindi naging madali sa amin ang pagsasaliksik sapagkat kailangan naming pesronal na magtungo sa mga ospital at sa mga iba’t-ibang mga manggagamot o mga dalubhasa sa medisina. Matiyaga ang aming paghihintay at pabalik-balik kami sa mga nabanggit na manggamot upang makadaop-palad namin sila. Bawat isa sa aming pangkat ay nagtungo sa iba’t-ibang ospital at klinika. May mga nakausap rin kaming mga mag-aaral at nagtuturo ng medisina at mga narses. Maging ang mga dalubhasa sa larangan ng medisina ay nahirapang isalin sa wikang-Filipino.…...

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