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MRI FOR A 6-YEAR-OLD 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.

Good morning, My name is Narso Andrew, one of the registered nurses in the clinic. How can I assist you today?

Patient

Good morning nurse. I’m here because my six year old child is scheduled for an MRI scan, but I’m quite concerned about it.

I can see you are a bit worried. Please be relaxed. I am here to assist you. Before proceeding How can I address you?

Patient

You can call me patricia.

Patricia, Can I have your child’s name for the record, please?

Patient

His name is Samsun.

Nice to meet you Patricia. Thank you for the details. Now Patricia it would be great if you can tell your exact concern, so that I can assist you better.

Patient

Can you please explain why my child needs to undergo this scan? Are there any other options left?

Of course, I’ll do my best to help you. I don’t have access to your child’s medical records, but I can provide general information. MRI scans are commonly used to obtain detailed images of your child’s internal organs and structures. They can help in diagnosing various medical conditions or monitoring existing ones. Thereby the doctor can provide the appropriate care for samsun .

Patient

Yes it might be, but I’m feeling quite anxious about the MRI procedure for him.

I understand that medical procedures can be worrisome especially for children. MRI scans are generally safe and noninvasive, and our medical team takes every precaution to ensure your child’s comfort and well-being, during the process while providing protection to minimize any noise from the machine. And we might use sedation to help samsun stay calm and still throughout the scan. Sedation is commonly used for young children to ensure accurate imaging results, and make the experience more comfortable for them.

Patient

I see, Sedation does make me feel better about the procedure, but what preparations do we need to make before the MRI?

I appreciate your consciousness. Preparing for an MRI typically involves fasting for a few hours before the scan. It’s essential to follow any dietary restrictions and fasting requirements provided by the medical team to ensure a successful procedure. Samsun requires fasting for 5 hours before the MRI.

Patient

Is that really needed? Because how can a six year old manage without food and drink for 5 hours?

Patricia, fasting is a necessary safety measure to ensure accurate imaging results, and improve the chances of a successful procedure. Your thought is quite natural. This can be addressed by providing IV fluids. I will let you know in detail about it.

Patient

You may please, because providing IV will be painful for my child.

And Patricia, we will be managing it without any pain. Firstly cream is applied to minimize any discomfort from the IV insertion after applying the cream. IV fluids may be administered to keep your child well-hydrated, and maintain their bodies balance during the procedure.

Patient

I appreciate your explanation. Lastly, are there any potential side effects my child may experience from the MRI or the sedation?

While MRI scans are generally safe and sedation is well tolerated by most children, there can be some mild side effects. These might include drowsiness or nausea but they are usually temporary. Our medical team will closely monitor your child during the procedure, and be prepared to manage any unusual reactions if they occur.

Patient

That’s good to know. Before we go can you provide me with some information on how to care for my child after the MRI? Are there any specific instructions I should follow?

Of course, After the MRI samsun may feel a bit drowsy due to the sedation. It’s essential to let him rest, and take it easy for the remainder of the day offering him plenty of fluids to stay hydrated, and a light easily digestible meal if he feels hungry. In case of any persistent drowsiness, or nausea don’t hesitate to contact us or your GP for further guidance.

We’ll also provide you with a written post procedure care sheet with detailed instructions.

Patient

Thank you for addressing my concerns. That’s helpful. Thank you Nurse Andrew for all the information and support. I feel much more prepared now for my child’s MRI scan.

You’re welcome. I’m here to assist you in any way I can. If you have any more questions or need further support please feel free to reach out. We’re here to help you and your child through this process.

Patient

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

Thank you.

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