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WASP STING OET Speaking Script

Patient – female
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
Thank you for allowing me to assess your arm. From my examination, I found that the area around the setting was red and swollen. Now, Mr Dani, I would like to get a few details from you for clarification.

Patient
Sure nurse. You may. Please go ahead.

Nurse
Thank you. Have you had a WASP sting before?

Patient
No, Nurse. I never had a wasp sting before. Nurse, I am very worried because the inner side of my arm is so red and painful.

Nurse
I acknowledge your word, Dani. Don’t panic. We are here to help you. Well, explain to me in your own words about the symptoms you are experiencing right now.

Patient
Actually, the area around stinging is better. Beyond that, I don’t have any other symptoms.

Nurse
All right. Based on my examination, there’s nothing to be alarmed about. I can reassure you that it is a significant local reaction, not a cause for concern. Don’t worry about the symptoms. They are self-resolving and will go away after about one week.

Patient
Is it?

Nurse
Yes Dani, it will be for your better understanding. I will give information about the WASP sting. Usually, a person will undergo different levels of reactions. For example, you are experiencing redness, itchiness, pain and swelling. Some others may also feel the same or heat at the site of the sting and potentially hives. If your body reacts to the sting, allergic reactions are seen in some cases.

Patient
Okay.

Nurse
However, in your condition, you face only minor symptoms that will subside naturally. Dani. In cases like yours, the whole reaction can usually be seen after 2 to 3 days. I hope you understand my words.

Patient
Nurse, I got it. But I have heard that some people have bad allergic reactions to stings. I am terrified about it.

Nurse
Your concerns are quite reasonable. I also agree with your words. As I said earlier, there are chances of several allergic reactions in some cases. Since you haven’t had any allergic reactions so far, there is no chance of any more allergic reactions, which vary from person to person. Don’t panic. I can explain it to you in detail.

Patient
Yes, please.

Nurse
The most severe allergic reactions to wasp stings are Anaphylaxis. Anaphylaxis occurs when your body goes into shock. In response to wasp venom, most people who go into shock after a wasp sting

Patient
Is it really?.

Nurse
Yes, it will usually happen immediately. At the same time, it is very rare to happen.

Patient
Oh, really? Now, how can you be sure this won’t happen to me?

Nurse
Yes. Dani, your concern is quite natural since you haven’t experienced allergic reactions like that immediately after the sting. There is no room for tension. These reactions are in spontaneous dose response to the wasp venom. You won’t be encountering such reactions anyway, as it happens a couple of days after the sting. Those reactions will be very severe and not like what you are currently having.

Nurse
Thankfully, you have come across such a difficult situation.

Patient
Yes, that’s true. I was having only these minor symptoms. Now, I understand. Nurse.

Nurse
All right. Well, Dani, may I know if you have taken self-treatment?

Patient
No, Nurse, I haven’t done any self-treatment, because I wasn’t sure what to do after the sting.

Nurse
All right.

Patient
Nurse, I want to know how to relieve the pain and wittiness.

Nurse
Definitely, I am glad to explain it to you. for your case. Prescribed medications are not needed. If needed, I will explain to you in detail later.

Patient
That is so kind of you. Nurse.

Nurse
It’s my pleasure. Details of self-care to relieve your symptoms include. You can take over-the-counter painkillers for pain relief along with it. Antihistamines can be used to reduce itching. Apply the creams for itching over the affected area.

Patient
Okay, Nurse.

Nurse
Besides these measures, you can also apply a cold compress to the affected area, which will give you a great relief from pain and itchiness.

Patient
Oh, I see.

Nurse
Dani, it is important not to scratch the affected area. Avoid scratching. Instead, the application of cream with a cold compress can subside your discomfort.

Patient
All right, I understand that.

Nurse
That’s perfect. Do you have any other concerns?

Patient
No. Nurse. It’s all right.

Nurse
In case the symptoms do not subside, even after a week, you must seek medical help.

Patient
Sure, I will.

Nurse
Thank you for listening to me. Feel free to ask further queries. I wish you a speedy recovery.

Patient
Thank you. That is the end of your speaking role-play. I wish you all the very best.

Nurse
Thank you.

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