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BEE STING | OET SPEAKING ROLE PLAY SCRIPT

Patient

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

Well Patricia, From my observation I can confirm that he has a bee sting on his arm.  Do you notice any other reaction related to sting?

Patient

Yes, He has been crying a lot and scratching it. It’s obviously itching and painful for him.

Yes it would be. Did he have nausea or vomiting?

Patient

No, He hasn’t vomited or had any other reaction.

Okay, Did he experience breathlessness?

Patient

No He breathes normally.

Good. And Patricia I would like to know if you have given any treatment for samsun Sting.

Patient

Nurse I don’t know what cream would be best So I didn’t use any. I gave him some paracetamol for the pain.

Okay, Does samsun have any history of allergic reactions to anything like foods or medicines or insect bites?

Patient

No, not that I’m aware of. This is the first time he has been stung by a bee.

Thank you for sharing this information with me. Let me repeat what you told me, to make sure I understood everything correctly. You said that samsun has bee sting on his arm, and he has been crying and scratching it because it is itching and painful. He has not had any nausea, vomiting or breathlessness. You gave him some paracetamol for the pain but no other treatment.

He has no history of allergic reactions to anything. Is that right?

Patient

Yes, that’s right.

Okay, Thank you for confirming that. Well it looks like he has a mild allergic reaction to the venom which is causing the swelling and the itching. Nothing to be overly concerned about. It’s not uncommon in children of his age.

Patient

Okay.

Patricia, let me explain to you what we are going to do for samsun. We can give him some antihistamines to reduce the swelling and prevent any further symptoms. We can also apply some soothing cream to the sting area to relieve the discomfort.

Patient

Okay thank you. So will he be okay then? Do you think he should stay in the hospital until the swelling goes down? He’s so young. I’m worried about him.

I understand your concern, but there’s no need to worry too much. Most bee stings are not serious and don’t require hospital admission. We only admit patients who have a severe allergic reaction, which can cause breathlessness, low blood pressure or shock.

Patient

Oh, I see.

Patricia, samsun doesn’t have any of those signs so he should be fine. However, we won’t discharge him until we see a reduction in the swelling, and confirmed that he has no other symptoms. We’ll also monitor his vital signs and observe him for any changes.

Patient

Okay that sounds reasonable. How long do you think that will take?

Yes, I can understand your anxiety. Perhaps I am sorry to say the exact time for the changes to happen. It depends on how he responds to the treatment, but usually it takes a few hours.

Patient

All right Nurse, Thank you for your help.

You’re welcome Patricia. The doctor will see him as soon as possible and give you more information after his examination.

Patient

Okay that’s fine.

Meanwhile Patricia, if you have any questions or concerns please let me know. I’ll be back to check samsun.

Patient

Sure Nurse, I will.

That’s perfect. I wish him a speedy recovery.

Patient

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

Thank you.

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