allergy /ˈalədʒi/ a medical condition that causes you to react badly or feel ill when you eat or touch a particular substance Example: She has a food allergy to shrimp.
antibiotics /ˌantɪbʌɪˈɒtɪk/ a medicine or chemical that can destroy harmful bacteria in the body or limit their growth Example: I'm taking antibiotics for a throat infection.
asthmatic /asˈmatɪk/ suffering from asthma ; connected with asthma Example:
bleeding /ˈbliːdɪŋ/ a swear word that many people find offensive that is used to emphasize a comment or an angry statement Example:
blood sample /blʌd ˈsɑːmp(ə)l/ Example:
broken /ˈbrəʊkən/ (adj) that has been damaged or injured; no longer whole or working correctly Example: He was a broken man after the failure of his business.
bruise /bruːz/ a blue, brown or purple mark that appears on the skin after somebody has fallen, been hit, etc. Example:
cold /kəʊld/ (n) having a lower than usual temperature; having a temperature lower than the human body Example: I caught a cold because I walked in the rain.
eye drops /kəʊld/ are saline-containing drops used as an ocular route to administer. Example:
first aid kit /fəːst eɪd kɪt/ a box or bag containing basic medical equipment such as bandages and antiseptic lotion Example: She took a bandage out of the first aid kit.
headache /ˈhedeɪk/ (n) a continuous pain in the head Example: I had a terrible headache yesterday.
health /helθ/ (n) the condition of a person’s body or mind Example: Exhaust fumes are bad for your health.
medical insurance /ˈmɛdɪk(ə)l ɪnˈʃʊər(ə)ns/ insurance for the cost of medical treatment if you are ill or injured, often paid for by companies for their employees Example: All senior employees within our organization enjoy benefits such as a company car, pension, and medical insurance.
painkiller /ˈpeɪnkɪlə/ a drug that reduces pain Example:
plaster /ˈplɑːstə/ a substance made of lime , water and sand, that is put on walls and ceilings to give them a smooth hard surface Example: