あさラジオ Ep.80「日本の病院システム」

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2021年7月15日(木)今日の天気は晴れのち曇り。まだ梅雨は続いています。梅雨は、何でしたっけ?そうですね、梅雨はrainy seasonですね。気温は32度。最近は毎日30度以上です。むしむししています。

 

 

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今日のトピックは、日本の病院システムについて!ですね。

 

リクエストをくれた人は、日本人の友達と話している時にびっくりしたことがあったそうです。

The person who gave me the request was surprised, when he was talking to a Japanese friend.

 

そのリクエストをくれた人が病気になった時、日本人の友達は「病気なの?じゃあ病院に行ったらどう?」Why don’t you go to a hospital?

でもその病気は、ただの風邪でした。It’s just a cold.

みなさんは、ただの風邪で病院に行きますか?頭が痛い、熱がある、咳が出るとき、すぐ病院に行きますか?

 

日本では、病院に行くのはとても簡単です。

Googleで、今開いている病院を見つけて、それから予約もしないでそのまま病院に行きます。

開いている病院:hospital which is open

見つける:to find

予約もしないで:you don’t even make a reservation

 

日本、特に東京では、General practitioner (GP) = かかりつけ医が あまり必要ありません。

お腹が痛かったり、熱があったり、頭が痛かったりする時は内科の病院に行きます。

お腹が痛い:stomachache, 熱がある:to have a fever, 頭が痛い:to have a headache,

内科はわかりますか?内科は、Internal medicineですね。

 

そして怪我をした時や、骨を折った時は、外科に行きます。

怪我をする:to get injury, 骨を折る:to break your bone

外科はわかりますか?外科は、surgery, surgical department ですね。

 

このように、体の中の病気の時は内科(Internal medicine department)の病院に行って、体の外の病気の時は、外科(Surgical department)に行きます。

それから、目が痛い時は目の病院、子供が病気の時は、子供の病院へ行きます。

 

ヨーロッパでは、たぶん最初にGP(かかりつけ医)に会って、それから大きい病院などを紹介してもらいますよね。

In Europe, you probably see your GP and then the doctor refer you to a larger hospital.

紹介する:to introduce, to refer

 

でも、ヨーロッパではたぶん、普通の風邪の時はあまり病院に行かないと思います。

薬を飲んで、家で寝る人が多いですよね。

時間がかかるし、薬を飲めばいいだけです。

 

でも日本では、病院に行く時はだいたい予約をしなくてもいいし、とても簡単にお薬をもらえますから、病院に行く人は多いと思います。

予約をしなくてもいい:you don’t have to make a reservation

簡単に:easily

薬:medicine

もらえる:you can get, you can receive

 

みなさんの国ではどうですか?病気になったら、すぐに病院に行きますか?

それとも、家で薬を飲むだけですか?

 

はい、今日も聞いてくれてありがとうございました!じゃあまたね。

 


Thursday, July 15, 2021: Today’s weather is sunny and cloudy. The rainy season is still going on. What was the rainy season again? Yes, the rainy season is the RAINY season. The temperature is 32 degrees. Lately it has been over 30 degrees every day. It is humid.

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Today’s topic is about the hospital system in Japan! I also make some special episodes for my Patreon.

The person who gave me the request was surprised when talking to a Japanese friend.
The person who gave me the request was surprised, when he was talking to a Japanese friend.

When the person who gave me the request got sick, his Japanese friend said, “Are you sick? Why don’t you go to the hospital? Why don’t you go to a hospital?
It’s just a cold.
It’s just a cold. Would you go to a hospital for just a cold? When you have a headache, fever, or cough, do you go to the hospital immediately?

In Japan, it is very easy to go to the hospital.
In Japan, it is very easy to go to the hospital. You just use Google to find a hospital that is open, and then go there without making an appointment.
Hospital which is open: hospital which is open
to find: to find
without making an appointment: you don’t even make a reservation

In Japan, especially in Tokyo, there is not much need for a general practitioner (GP).
If you have a stomachache, fever, headache, etc., you go to an internal medicine hospital.
Stomachache: to have a fever, headache: to have a headache, fever: to have a fever, headache: to have a headache,
Do you know what internal medicine is? Internal medicine is internal medicine.

And if you get injured or break a bone, you go to surgery.
To get injured: to get injury, to break your bone: to break your bone
Do you know what surgery is? Surgery is a surgical department, right?

As you can see, when you are sick inside your body, you go to an internal medicine department, and when you are sick outside your body, you go to a surgical department.
For external illnesses, you go to the surgical department. If your eyes hurt, you go to the eye hospital, and if your child is sick, you go to the children’s hospital.

In Europe, you probably see your GP (family doctor) first, and then he or she will refer you to a larger hospital.
In Europe, you probably see your GP and then the doctor refer you to a larger hospital.
To refer: to introduce, to refer

In Europe, you probably see your GP and then the doctor refer you to a larger hospital.
Many people just take the medicine and sleep at home.
It takes a long time and all you have to do is take the medicine.

But in Japan, when you go to the hospital, you usually don’t have to make an appointment, and you can get your medicine very easily, so I think a lot of people go to the hospital.
You don’t have to make an appointment: you don’t have to make a reservation
Easily: easily
Medicine: medicine
You can get it: you can get, you can receive

How about in your country? When you get sick, do you go to the hospital right away?
Or do you just take medicine at home?

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