AUTHORING SENTENCES AMERICAN SPEECHSOUNDS FOR HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS
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Is she on 10 or 20 mg. of Paxil for depression?
(line 3-phonetics) PAEK suhl screen 2 (line 1)
Lexapro, an antidepressant, is a tablet or oral solution.
(line 3-phonetics) LEHK suh pro screen 3 (line 1)
Hydrocodone You may take hydrocodone for pain.
(line 3-phonetics) hai dro KO don screen 4 (line 1)
Side effects for Xanax are hives, trouble breathing, and swelling.
(line 3-phonetics) ZAE naeks (See below for additional expressions.) To Add Medications to American Speechsounds: 1. Click AUTHOR on the Main Menu, and then click START. 2. Enter your password, if you have one, and then click OK. 3. Click AUTHOR SENTENCES. 4. Click ADD. 5. Select EXERCISE, and then click OK. 6. Click the EXERCISE box, type Medications and click OK. 7. Click the WORDS box and type the first word: Paxil 8. Record this expression using the RECORD and STOP buttons to the right. 9. Click the SENTENCE box and type: Is she on 10 or 20 mg. of Paxil for depression?
10. Record this sentence as in step 8, using the buttons to the right. 11. Click in the AS PHONETICS box and type: 12. For each of the next pages, click ADD PAGE, save the changes and repeat
13. When you complete this exercise, click BACK and save the changes. 14. Click NO to add information to the Key Information (or click YES and add
15. Click BACK to return to the Author Main Menu. 16. Click EXIT to return to the American Speechsounds Main Menu. Medications is now in Sentences in American Speechsounds!
Tramadol relieves moderately severe pain.
Does Vicodin depress the central nervous system? VAI kuh din
Withdrawal symptoms occur if you suddenly stop taking Oxycodone.
She takes Lisinopril for high blood pressure. lai SI nuh pril
Cymbalta treats tingling caused by diabetic neuropathy. sim BAL tuh
Used to treat high cholesterol, Lipitor, has a generic version. LI pi tor
Does it have interactions with Percocet? PUR kuh seht
Zoloft is used to treat obsessive-compulsive disorder. ZO laft
Type 2 diabetes is treated with Metformin.
Ambein or Zolpidem is used for insomnia. AEM bee in
Prednisone is a synthetic corticosteroid drug. PREHD ni zon
Avoid drinking alcohol when taking Atenolol.
Seasonal affective disorder is treated with Wellbutrin. WEHL byu trin
Naproxen can relieve swelling and stiffness. nuh PRAK sin
Tylenol is available in rapid release gelcaps. TAI luh nal
Aspirin is an analgesic but it may upset your stomach.
Norvasc lowers blood pressure by relaxing blood vessels.
Toprol (metoprolol) is given for angina.
Ask your pharmacist about Darvocet. DAR vo seht
Nexium provides heartburn relief for acid reflux disease. NEHK see uhm
Ibuprofen causes an increased risk of bleeding. ai byu PRO fin
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