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Nosebleed OET Speaking 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.

Nurse
Hello. Good morning. My name is Narso Marian. One of the nurses working in this clinic. How may I help you today?

Patient
Good morning, Narso. My daughter recently had a heavy nosebleed. I didn’t really know what to do. So I would like to get some advice in case it happens again.

Nurse
I’m sorry to hear that your daughter had a severe nosebleed. Definitely, I can help you in this situation. Well, before proceeding. How may I address you?

Patient
You can call me George Gale.

Nurse
Okay, George. May I know your daughter’s name and age, please.

Patient
Sure. Her name is Georgina, and she is nine years old.

Nurse
All right. For my better understanding. Could you please explain in detail about Georgina’s nosebleed?

Patient
It was a terrifying incident, Nurse. There was a lot of blood. She bled about 5 milliliters, nearly a cup of blood. And it lasted about 10 minutes. I was completely lost. And what I did was I kept her on a seat and leaned back until the bleeding stopped.

Nurse
That is a whole lot of blood. I can imagine how difficult it was for you and your daughter. Anyway, George, I would like to get some relevant details about her nose bleeding.

Patient
Well nurse. My daughter hasn’t had any nosebleeds or injuries to her nose before. This is the first time it happened, and I can’t figure out any particular issues.

Nurse
It’s okay. George, What about her general health?

Patient
She’s healthy nurse, and she doesn’t have any other problems.

Nurse
That is good to hear. Is she taking any medication?

Patient
No, she is not taking any medication.

Nurse
Thank you for your information. First of all, George, here in a panic situation, you make Georgina sit leaning back until the bleeding stops, which is highly risky. It is strictly recommended not to discipline back in such situations because there is a risk of choking on blood and causing suffocation.

Patient
Oh, my God. I was really unaware of this.

Nurse
Yes, George, I can understand that. Now, I will explain some methods to stop nosebleeds. Instead of leaning back, you should make her lean forward with her head tilted to avoid the above mentioned risk. Afterwards, you can pinch the nose above the nostrils for two minutes. In addition, you can apply an ice pack to the top of the nose.

Patient
Definitely. Nurse. I will follow this advice if it happens again. The nosebleed was really heavy, so I got nervous and didn’t know whether or not I should take her to the doctor.

Nurse
It is pretty natural here in this situation. I can imagine the situation well. For your understanding, I can advise you when medical attention is needed in such a situation. If the duration of bleeding is longer than minutes, or if there is excessive blood loss, it is an emergency that requires medical attention. Moreover, visit the doctor for nosebleeds following trauma and If the nosebleeds are persistent, seek medical attention.

Patient
All riders. I will pay attention to such situations.

Nurse
Beyond this, let me give some information about nosebleeds and children. There is a chance for regular occurrence in 10% of children aged between two years, which is usually caused by picking or blowing the nose to heart. Also, the dryness in the nose can cause bleeding.

Patient
Actually, nurse Georgina said her nose feels sore and dry. So maybe that caused the nosebleed. Isn’t it?

Nurse
Yes, George. Probably, that will be the reason behind your daughter’s nosebleed. If that is the case, I can suggest some remedies to try.

Patient
That will be of great help. Nurse.

Nurse
All right. Try the use of the silly nasal spray. It will help reduce dryness, irritation, soreness, etc. Mostly, this will help to avoid the further occurrence of nosebleeds if those are the reasons.

Patient
Thank you for such a great explanation. I feel much better prepared to deal with a nosebleed. Indeed, I will get a nasal spray for my daughter.

Nurse
Good to hear that. And thank you for your kind words George. I always feel free to ask further queries. I wish your daughter a healthy life ahead.

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

Nurse
Thank you.

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