Upgrade Your OET Vocabulary Quiz 29


What is "Prickly Heat"


How can you know a patient has it and what treatment advice can you give them?


Practise everyday lay language in our Upgrade Your OET Vocabulary Quizzes and you'll learn everyday terms that your patients may use with you or that you can use to find out about symptoms or give treatment advice to your patients.


Learn useful phrases that you can take away with you and perhaps use in your OET Speaking Role-Plays and in your everyday working lives.


Our latest YouTube Quiz is all about "prickly heat" so watch it now to find out more.


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