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SWOLLEN FACE | OET SPEAKING ROLE PLAY SCRIPT

Patient

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

Thank you Patricia for allowing me to examine your face. Based on my examination I can confirm the presence of swelling. For further clarification, I would like to ask you a few questions.

Patient

Sure, You may please ask.

Thank you Patricia, Could you please explain to me the incident in your own words?

Patient

I think it started while I was gardening the previous day. My face was a bit swollen yesterday after gardening, And this morning when I woke up it was much worse.

All right, Do you have any other symptoms?

Patient

Well nurse, My skin feels itchy but it isn’t rash.

Okay, Are you feeling nauseous?

Patient

No, I don’t feel nauseous and haven’t even been sick.

Good to hear that. Do you experience breathlessness?

Patient

No, I haven’t had trouble with breathing or anything.

Okay Patricia, a few more details please.

Patient

Sure, You may continue.

Patricia, May I know Have you tried any remedies for your condition?

Patient

No Nurse, I was really upset to see my face so I just rushed into the hospital.

Have you taken any over-the-counter medications from home?

Patient

No I haven’t.

I appreciate your timely act. You have made a very good decision patricia. Now I would like to ask you a few personal questions, shall I?

Patient

Yes please.

Do you have any history of allergic reactions?

Patient

I do get hay fever. Other than that, I do not have any history of allergic reactions.

All right, What about the history of insect bites or sting?

Patient

I am sure that I have never been stung by a bee or had any insect bites.

All right, Thank you for your information patricia.

Patient

No worries.

Patricia, Let me confirm the information you have provided. Your swelling started yesterday while gardening and worsened by this morning.

Your skin feels itchy but experiences no other symptoms. You can neither try any remedies nor take any over-the-counter medication. Has no known allergies and no history of any stings or insect bites. Am I correct patricia?

Patient

Yes Nurse, You are correct.

That’s great, Anyways from the details I have collected, it seems that you had an allergic reaction to some plants or pollen. This kind of allergic reaction happens to some people and it is a very common type of allergy.

Patient

Oh, is it? Then what could be the next step?

Patricia, There is nothing to be panicked about. With some symptomatic management these problems can be resolved.

Patient

Okay Nurse.

Initially one of our specialist doctors will consult you. After thorough examination the doctor will be able to identify the cause of your condition.

Thereby, he can prescribe you some antihistamine drugs, which are the most common medicines used for allergic reactions.

Patient

Okay I understand that. But nurse How long do I need to wait for a doctor? This facial swelling is really uncomfortable for me.

Your situation is quite understandable. However, I am sorry to say that I cannot give an accurate timescale for the doctor’s consultation.

Patient

Will it take too long?

Patricia, your question is sensible. Perhaps, It wholly depends on the availability of doctors on board, and the severity of the emergency case. Doctors are seeing patients according to the priority of care needed.

Patient

Oh, really? So hopefully I need to stay here some more time, right?

Yes Patricia, you may have to wait for some time to be consulted. Kindly stay calm until the doctor sees you. I can report your condition based on our discussions to the doctor.

Patient

Anyways, I can wait to be seen by a doctor and I hope someone will see me soon.

Sure, I can make necessary arrangements, but before that Patricia do you have any other concerns that I have to address?

Patient

No Nurse I’m fine.

Thank you for your cooperation Patricia, And I wish you a fast recovery.

Patient

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

Thank you.

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