August 8, 2006, 1:46 pm

Es Redondos Magnificos: It’s Grand Rounds!

UPDATE: IF YOU REALLY WANT TO KNOW HOW TO SAY “GRAND ROUNDS” IN SPANISH, CHECK OUT THE COMMENT LEFT BY DR. JON. SO MUCH FOR USING MY TRANSLATION WIDGET FOR THIS ONE! : Dmexico

Hola, mi amigos y amigas! Es el dia de redondos magnificos!

(Pardon my punctuation, I don’t have spanish characters on my keyboard…)

I think that says:

Hello, my friends! It’s Tuesday, the day of Grand Rounds!

This week Grand Rounds is coming to us straight from Guadalajara through Enrico at Mexican Medical Student!

And he has provided music for us to read by!

As soon as I get home from work, I am so listening and reading this week’s selections!

And thanks to Enrico for including Emergiblog!

Oh, and check out Enrico’s Pre Rounds interview with Nick at Medscape! Extremely interesting and informative!

2 Comments


  • Jon Mikel, M.D.

    August 8, 2006 at 4:03 pm

    hehehe nice spanish Kim!

    I will be better like the following:

    “Son las Jornadas Médicas.
    Hola amigos y amigas. Hoy es martes, el día de las jornadas médicas!”

    I love Grand Rounds and I also love Emergiblog!

    Best regards,
    Jon



  • Mel

    August 9, 2006 at 7:32 pm

    I would have said ‘giras grande’. ‘Giras’ translates as tour, as in touring the wards/floors of a hospital, and ‘grande’ translates to large or large-scale, referring to the large number of students/residents/attendings who all come into the patient’s room to make a spectacle of them — I mean learn from their illness.


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