出 院 准 备
D = 医生 P = 病人
D = doctor P = patient
D： I have made the last check-up for you， and all is right. You can discharge from hospital.
P： Really ? good news.
D： You have been in the hospital for 3 weeks， haven't you?
P： Exactly 3 weeks.
D： This is your discharge certificate. I'll send a nurse to fetch your bill at the Admission Office and then you can go through the discharge process.
P： Thank you!What should I do after I go home. Any suggestion?
D： Firstly，avoid any stress and have a good rest. Secondly， give up smoking and drinking. Have more nutritious food. Thirdly， don't stimulate(irritate) the incision when you have a bath. Finally,come to have examinations of fblood sugar and ECG regularly.
P： I'll follow your instructions.
D： Here comes your bill. Altogether 1600 Yuan. You may pay either in cash or cheque.
P： I will pay in cheque.
D： Have you made sure you haven't left anything behind
P： I don't think so. I’m really very grateful to you all.
D： you are welcome. That’s our job.
P： May I ask you a few questions about exercises
D： certainly. Please go ahead.
P： What kind of sports fit the patients like me
D: Doing aerobic exercises such as jogging,rowing,skating, playing badminton and other endurance exercises are all good for you. They enhance the ability of muscle to use oxygen and improve heart and lung fitness.
P： Once again thank you for your suggestion and your treatment.
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All the doctors and nurses here are very kind. I'll always remember you.
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The exercises which occur without oxygen are called anaerobic.
Such exercises as weight-lifting are anaerobic， which require brief spurts of intense effort. They improve muscle strength or build up speed.
I've benefited a lot from your advice.
Continue taking the medecine and come to the hospital regularly. Once your illness worsens， see the doctor immediately.