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ANAPHYLACTIC SHOCK | OET SPEAKING ROLE PLAY SCRIPT

Patient

Your preparation time is over. You can now start your speaking role play. Don’t worry if I stop you when the time is up.

I am Narso Andrew, your attending nurse here. Are you feeling alright?

Patient

No nurse.

I can see you are experiencing some difficulties. Can you hear me?

Patient

Yes.

Alright, Can you speak up? Can you tell me what exactly you’re feeling right now?

Patient

No I am not, Can’t you see I am dying?

Please calm down patricia. I got you, I am here to help you, All right Don’t panic. It is nothing but the shock as a result of a bull ants bite.

Patient

Do something, I can’t breathe, I will die now.

Definitely I am on it Patricia, just focus on your breath, You will be alright soon. Now I will administer an EpiPen It is an antihistamine injection. The dose of the injection is 0.15 milligram epinephrine. It will be injected to your upper outside thigh area.

Patient

Alright Just do it fast.

Please hold on, Don’t move Here we go, Yes, it’s done Please relax patricia. You will be alright Very soon.

Patient

Okay.

Patricia you are getting better right? Are you all right?

Patient

Somewhat Nurse.

I am sorry that you had to face a tough situation like this.

Patient

It was really a terrific situation.

I can realize how difficult the situation was for you patricia. For your information Let me explain about the injection you had.

Patient

Okay.

The epinephrine injection we administer to you is used along with emergency medical treatment, to treat life threatening allergic reactions caused by insect bites or stings, Foods, medications, latex and other causes.

Patient

Okay, It doesn’t matter what you have done. It is all about survival.

I can understand what you have gone through. Epinephrine works by relaxing the muscles in the airways and tightening the blood vessels. That’s how your symptoms subsided and your breathing became normal.

Patient

Anyways Thank you for your timely Response?

No mention Patricia, It’s my duty to take care of you. Now I need your consent to examine your ankles to check for any stingers left there.

Patient

Sure you may Please go ahead.

Thank you for your consent. Well no problem patricia. From my examination, I couldn’t find any stingers left. You will be alright soon.

Patient

Good to hear that, Actually Nurse if you can help me with the itching it will be great. It’s getting more irritating and intolerable.

I acknowledge your situation. Definitely, I can help you. I can provide Benadryl cream for you. By applying Benadryl cream You will get relief from itching.

Patient

Please apply it nurse.

Patricia, how do you feel now?

Patient

Getting a bit better Nurse.

Happy to hear that. Now I can notice that you are becoming less irritated and ankle swelling that also starts to go down.

Patient

Exactly nurse.

Patricia since your condition is getting better you can go home. And is there anyone to accompany you home?

Patient

Yes Nurse, I’m here along with my brother. He will accompany me.

Alright That’s fine. Moreover, I advise you to get adequate rest for the next few hours. In addition, drink plenty of fluids to ensure you are sufficiently hydrated, and keep applying the Benadryl cream to get better relief from itching.

Patient

Sure Nurse, I will follow your suggestions. I wish to get better very soon.

Thank you for accepting my suggestions patricia. I would like to remind you that if things have not normalized within 12 hours, I strongly recommend you to see the doctor immediately.

Patient

Of course Nurse, I will not take any risks.

Glad to hear that. Do you have any other questions?

Patient

No Nurse, It’s okay.

Thank you for your cooperation. Please feel free for further queries. I wish you a speedy recovery.

Patient

Thank you nurse. That is the end of your only speaking role play. All the best.

Thank you.

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