INTERLOCUTOR GRANDMASTER 0:00
Yes, Jason, how you can start now?
NURSE JAISINTHA DAFFADER 0:03
so good morning.
INTERLOCUTOR GRANDMASTER 0:09
Good morning nurse.
NURSE JAISINTHA DAFFADER 0:10
My name is Jacinta I'm the Vanadzor registered nurse working in this. I came here for the home visit, sir. Can I come?
INTERLOCUTOR GRANDMASTER 0:19
Yes, please. You're welcome. Come on in.
NURSE JAISINTHA DAFFADER 0:23
Come address you. So
INTERLOCUTOR GRANDMASTER 0:24
you can call me Lincoln because my name is Abraham Lincoln.
NURSE JAISINTHA DAFFADER 0:28
Okay. Mr. Abraham Lincoln is the right time to talk with
INTERLOCUTOR GRANDMASTER 0:32
you. Yeah, definitely. Please carry on.
NURSE JAISINTHA DAFFADER 0:35
Yeah. Thank you so much, Mr. Lincoln. I have come here to talk to with you regarding your insulin injection. My GP has referred me to come and talk with you. Am I able to talk with you Mr. Lincoln?
INTERLOCUTOR GRANDMASTER 0:52
Okay, yeah, you can go ahead. What's wrong with the doctor? I don't understand. Yeah, please carry on.
NURSE JAISINTHA DAFFADER 0:57
Yeah, Mr. Lincoln, the doctor has said that your diabetes, you have monitor for this recent diabetes and your your blood sugars are coming high. That is why the doctor has said me to tell you about insulin injections.
INTERLOCUTOR GRANDMASTER 1:15
What's wrong with this doctor? Driving these medication changes. I don't understand. I have been managing well with my diabetes diet, medication regimen and exercise programme. So what is the need for changing this? Medication to insulin injections?
NURSE JAISINTHA DAFFADER 1:36
Yeah, so I understand Mr. Linker. So that is why the doctor has told me to explain you more about this insulin injection. I understand your route, you're taking this number, this tablets and exercise a number of years you're taking and now your blood sugar is coming high. That is why the doctor has a common way to explain you more about this insulin injection.
INTERLOCUTOR GRANDMASTER 2:01
NURSE JAISINTHA DAFFADER 2:03
Understand, sir. Mr. Lincoln, you're totally I mean more in this artist tight and tablets.
INTERLOCUTOR GRANDMASTER 2:12
Okay, so is there no other way to manage my diabetes?
NURSE JAISINTHA DAFFADER 2:19
Yes, sir. Yes, Mr. Lincoln, I understand there is no way to take this tablet because you're right, your blood sugar's are still coming high. That is why you have to give this a more this Amin this insulin injection I understand the level of worries are more high because you are more prone to that tablets also. So that is why you have to keep arrangement that I mean, I understand your worries and as Mr. Lincoln
INTERLOCUTOR GRANDMASTER 2:55
Yes. If that is the only possible way please explain me the procedure.
NURSE JAISINTHA DAFFADER 3:02
Yes, it's trying to Mr. Lincoln. I understand. I'll explain you more into that to that insulin injection more detail about how to manage. So, before taking this insulin injection to keep the claim you have to apply on the you can get this injection into your this abdominals. So, and this in the right and left thigh also. Are you understanding me Mr. Lincoln?
INTERLOCUTOR GRANDMASTER 3:31
NURSE JAISINTHA DAFFADER 3:32
So, firstly, have wash your hands like keep this whenever you are going to take this insulin injection you keep that one trade with that, but you how which type of injection you want to take. So is that like, instead of taking this pen and taking this insulin syringes also, so to whom I understand you will take this like a final exam STUDENT Yes, ma'am. Sir.
INTERLOCUTOR GRANDMASTER 4:03
Okay, right. So both are okay, whichever you suggest I'm ready for that one. But should I use the same needle again? Or should I change on
CLASSICAL CORRECTIONS, [12/20/2021 5:17 PM]
NURSE JAISINTHA DAFFADER 4:15
that needle, you have to change regularly, because whenever you're using this needle, you're going to change that needle also. Because there is a I mean, there is a chances of getting infection also, you applying this same needle also, you have to change that needle, and you have to dispose this needle. I'll give you one safe handling procedure like whenever you are going to apply the metre you need to have been working with you to keep discarding this needle also.
INTERLOCUTOR GRANDMASTER 4:48
Right What should I do when the container is full?
NURSE JAISINTHA DAFFADER 4:53
So in that, sir, I'll miss Lincoln. I'll come and collect this needle boxes all So, so instead of Don't worry whenever this going to be 3/4 I'm in three four this bucket. So you just call us anytime we are here with you also.
INTERLOCUTOR GRANDMASTER 5:12
That's very nice nurse. And what about the after effects or side effects? Because I'm not a regular nurse so If any problem arises then what am I supposed to do?
NURSE JAISINTHA DAFFADER 5:24
Yeah, I understand Mr. Lincoln they are the complication have the taking this diabetes instead of this your blood sugar are going up and up like a high blood sugar also. So in that, are you having any heart disease? Do you have any heart disease kidney problem, Mr. Linka?
INTERLOCUTOR GRANDMASTER 5:43
No, nurse, I'm very fine with everything.
NURSE JAISINTHA DAFFADER 5:46
Instead of that you just keep keep your diet and exercise on the way because you have to be managing your diet also and the exercise also keep on regulating like, even day by day.
INTERLOCUTOR GRANDMASTER 6:00
Okay, nurse, thank you very much. Have a nice day. You too, sir.
NURSE JAISINTHA DAFFADER 6:03
Thank you so much, Mr. Lincoln, for our valuable time.
INTERLOCUTOR GRANDMASTER 6:08