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CLEFT LIP OET SPEAKING ROLE PLAY SCRIPT

Patient

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

Nurse

Good morning I am Nurse Narso Andrew. Welcome to our pediatric outpatient department. How can I assist you today?

Patient

Hi Narso I’m here for my four month old son. He’s scheduled for cleft lip surgery next week, and I have some questions about the procedure and what preparation he needs to do before that.

Nurse

Thank you for bringing your concerns to us. I’d be happy to help first. Can I have your name for better communication, please?

Patient

Sure My name is patricia.

Nurse

Thank you Patricia. I completely understand that this can be a stressful time for you and your baby. First and foremost, let’s go over the preoperative requirements to ensure your little one safety. Your baby should not have any foods or milk products for 6 hours before the operation. And we recommend stopping clear liquids 2 hours before as well. It’s important to remember that your baby should continue taking any oral medications as prescribed.

Patient

Okay Nurse Got it.

Nurse

Now, patricia as we prepare for the day of the surgery your baby will undergo some final health checks. The surgery will be performed under general anesthesia and will place an I.V line to administer intravenous fluids. This can be a daunting experience and I want you to know that we will take the best care of your baby throughout the process.

Nurse

Is there anything specific that’s been on your mind or any concerns you’d like to address?

Patient

Yes Is there a chance that we won’t be able to stay with him during these preparations?

Nurse

I can imagine that it’s difficult to leave your baby in unfamiliar surroundings during such a crucial time. Patricia I want to assure you that you’ll be able to stay with your baby at the hospital to provide comfort and support before the procedure. You can be with your baby until the moment he is sedated. We understand how important your presence is during this time.

Nurse

After the surgery, you can continue to be with your baby in the recovery unit as they wake up from anesthesia. We encourage this so you can be there to comfort and reassure him.

Patient

That’s a relief. What should we expect after the surgery?

Nurse

That is a very good question patricia. After the procedure, your baby will be closely monitored. There will be a brief recovery period in the pediatric unit. Apart from that, we’ll teach you how to moisturize your baby’s lips and clean the stitch lines inside the mouth. Initially, you’ll feed your baby through a special bottle or syringe, and we’ll provide detailed instructions.

Nurse

Is there anything else on your mind or any other questions you’d like to ask?

Patient

Thank you for explaining that. Well, how long will he need to stay in the hospital?

Nurse

I understand that you might be curious about what happens after the surgery. So Patricia let me walk you through the discharge process. Typically, your baby will stay in the hospital for about 2 to 3 days to ensure he is stable and recovering as expected. Before you leave we’ll provide you with detailed instructions for home care. This will include information on any medications your baby may need as well as guidance on how to care for the surgical site.

Nurse

We want to make sure you feel confident in taking care of your baby after the surgery and we’ll be here to address any questions or concerns you may have. Additionally we’ll schedule a follow up appointment for you after a week. This allows us to check on your baby’s progress and make any necessary adjustments to the care plan.

Patient

That sounds comprehensive. I just want to make sure we are fully prepared for the baby’s surgery. You have answered my questions about the pre-operative preparations and cleared my concerns.

Nurse

Good to hear patricia. Please don’t hesitate to reach out if you have any specific concerns or questions before the surgery or during your stay at the hospital. We’re here to support you through this process.

Patient

Thank you so much for your help and guidance. We feel more prepared now.

Nurse

You’re very welcome. If you have any more questions or concerns in the future feel free to ask. We wish your baby a successful surgery and a smooth recovery.

Patient

Thank you Nurse. You’ve been really helpful. Have a great day. Thank you nurse. That is the end of your only speaking role play. All the best.

Nurse

Thank you..

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