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PLASTIC SURGERY | OET SPEAKING ROLE PLAY SCRIPT

Patient

Your preparation time is over. Now you can 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 working in the outpatient department. How may I help you today?

Patient

Good morning nurse. I am here for the follow up appointment to check on my finger.

All right, For the documentation and verification, Could you please tell me your full name, please?

Patient

Sure, My full name is Patience patricia.

Thank you Patricia. Well please brief me about the treatment you had.

Patient

Okay nurse, I had surgery on my left hand last week, which was bandaged and was given a splint to wear.

Fine, But for better clarification can you please tell me how the accident happened?

Patient

Oh yes, It was following an accident with a chainsaw while cutting down trees in my garden.

I am sorry to hear that Patricia. And I would like to know how you have been managing with the splint.

Patient

To be open Nurse, The splint was uncomfortable for me, so I only wore it for one night and one day.

I understand your feelings Patricia. However, it is very important to wear the splint to prevent further complications.

Patient

What is the purpose of wearing the splint?

Your question is sensible. I will explain it to you in detail.

Patient

Okay nurse.

The importance of wearing the splint is to support the damaged tissue. The splint also serves as a guide that prevents overstretching of tendons. Therefore, it is very essential to wear a splint for a certain period of time until the damaged tissues, and tendon get repaired and regain their functionality.

Patient

Certainly I do not wish to wear it. The splint was very uncomfortable for me, hence I do not want to use it again. Also I do not think it is necessary.

I acknowledge your thoughts Patricia. Why do I insist you wear the splint is that it will help in faster recovery, and can avoid further damage to your tendon, as the splint almost covers the damaged tendon and provides the necessary protection. Since you said it was uncomfortable for you, I can offer to have a new one so that you may be more comfortable.

Patient

Nurse I do not think it is necessary for me, so I do not want another one for the tendon damage. I underwent plastic surgery to repair it. Now you are making me panic and confusing me.

I apologize for the confusion you had. Kindly listen to me. I will explain it clearly to you.

Patient

No, I am afraid to believe you Nurse. I wish to see the surgeon.

Your concerns are quite natural Patricia. If I were you, I too would have thought the same. I humbly request you to listen to me patiently.

Patient

Okay.

Thank you for your cooperation Patricia. For your better understanding, I will explain the procedure you have undergone.

Patient

All right.

From the records, I can find that in the accident your finger was almost severed. Thus a plastic surgery was done to repair the tendon of the left index finger.

Patient

Yes, that is what I said.

Your understanding is correct so far. Nevertheless, the tendon may take a few weeks to get repaired by the body, and requires attention in order to prevent damage and for complete recovery. That is why the left index finger is dressed and provided with the splint for support.

Patient

Oh, I see.

I hope it is clear for you now patricia.

Patient

Yes, I thought the surgery would be enough to clear the damage.

All right, During the recovery period there are possibilities of getting tendon damage if you do not wear the splint.

Patient

Okay, I understand it now.

That’s great. As you felt uncomfortable using the current splint I will order a new one for you, so that you can wear it comfortably during the course of the recovery period.

Patient

Okay fine, That is so kind of you Nurse.

I am glad to help you today. Do I need to address any more concerns for you?

Patient

No Nurse, That’s fine for me.

Now Patricia, I will make the necessary arrangements for your checkup and splint.

Patient

All right, Thank you And that is the end of your speaking role play. All the very best.

Thank you.

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