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IJ INTERLOCUTOR JISHA RAJ 0:00 Okay, how me you may startNJ NURSE JINCY 0:04 Good afternoon.Good afternoon.My name is Hamid Quran one of the registered nurses working in the suburban clinic for my confirmation. Can you tell me your age and name please?Yes. Nurse I'm IJ INTERLOCUTOR JISHA RAJ 0:18 Peter. I'm 32 years old.NJ NURSE JINCY 0:22 Okay, Miss Peter.IJ INTERLOCUTOR JISHA RAJ 0:25 Do you remember anything else? What happened yesterday?No,NJ NURSE JINCY 0:31 I don't remember everything but I just have some broken information IJ INTERLOCUTOR JISHA RAJ 0:35 in my memory. I just have to recall that I will tell you that.NJ NURSE JINCY 0:41 Okay, Miss Peter, when you came here yesterday, you met with an accident? Are you remember that?Yes. You know, I was at my workplace. And I was suddenly experiencing a fate and I suddenly collapsed and my IJ INTERLOCUTOR JISHA RAJ 1:01 colleagues took me here and they told me what happened to meYes, Mr. Peter Bartlett told that is exactly right. Yesterday up in your in your workplace you met with an accident. That's why your colleagues they bring you here when you came here you have you are not aware about where you are and you you are not aware about time or place and everything. Am I clear to you? Yes. Okay, I went from your symptoms we and we identify that you had episodes of scissors. It's a it's a electrical impulse or it is an electrical impulse it's coming to our brain. Do you know what is that?NJ NURSE JINCY 1:49 Um, not pretty much super sure about that. I just have heard it somewhere in a magazine so some movies Other than that, I'm not clear about that.Okay, Miss Peter, don't worry I will explain about what he says and all I can worry about I can understand that you are more 10 standing or you are confused also. But don't worry we all are here and we have more experiencedNJ NURSE JINCY 2:13 staff also will give you the best treatment for you. Okay, so this means it is that times sometimes we have some confusion or headache and we don't know but we about what is happening. Yeah, whatis happening? Yeah, now these are the sort of the same symptoms that I have experienced right now.Okay, me spitter Don't worry that's what I told you you don't worry we are giving a PR statement and we are giving a bus test for you that is EEG that means it will identify the electrical impulse and electrical activities in ourIJ INTERLOCUTOR JISHA RAJ 2:48 brain. Okay, are you able to follow me Yes. And sometimes to be frank Mr. Peter sometimes this is this will lead to some other complications like brain damage and brain damage and bleeding also. So you need to aware about your condition and you need to get a get some preventive measures also did you understand what I taught? Okay me speed and now we are giving the medication for your episodes of ciphers and we will give you we will we will assess your condition and you are in a close monitoring now.NJ NURSE JINCY 3:26 So don't worry if you have any difficulties or if you have any problem with your with your consciousness or if you are having headache IJ INTERLOCUTOR JISHA RAJ 3:34 or any drowsiness anytime you can call me we all are here and we will help you to overcome your symptoms. Did you understand what I told? Yes Is I understood nurse I'm having a concern because you know I'm having I'm not experiencing experiencing a weird feeling that something is wrong happening to me. I like I'm going to die like that base. You know, I'm a little 32 years old and INJ NURSE JINCY 4:05 have two children to look after I want to give them a better future through a good education so I want to spend a lot of time with them. So I'm so much worried about my condition and will you do all all that you can for my cure?IJ INTERLOCUTOR JISHA RAJ 4:24 Yes Mr. Peter you don't worry NJ NURSE JINCY 4:26 about about your family about your check, keep your positive ports high do not think that you are going to die and all we all are here and we are giving a person treatment for you and we are giving a person treatment for you so you don't worry and you don't think about that you you you can manage the symptoms and you can manage manage the frequency of sensors that which we are giving now more instructions we are giving now. So by that you can you can manage the symptoms and you can happily you can live with your children. So don't worry about that. Don't think that You are going to die. You just keep your positive thoughts I don't think it's I am going to die like that, okay. So, for that I will give you some suggestions Szalai Yes. When you are faster for when you are driving car, you just wear the seatbelt appropriately and when you are doing work or when you are playing sports activities, try to put helmet and safety gear it will prevent it will prevent the hip injury for you. But if you are hub ceases also it will prevent the head injury and try to keep someone always with you so that he or she can assess your symptoms if you have any difficulties or if you have if you are noticing any complication in your lifetime, or any time you you come back to our facility, we will give you the first treatment for you for you do not pay the base the time there. Try to come as soon as possible here and we will give you the bus treatment. Okay. Don't worry that Don't worry. Don't worry about your condition. We all are here to help you. We'll help you and we'll give you the best treatment for you.IJ INTERLOCUTOR JISHA RAJ 6:09 Am I clear to you? Yes, yes, that's very kind of you, nurse. I'm grateful for your kindness and service meant. Thank you for your advice. This nearly satisfies me.Okay, Miss Pete before wrapped up. Do you have anyNJ NURSE JINCY 6:23 other concern or any queries?No, I'm pretty much satisfied with your ways and if anything pops up, I will just inform you later.Okay, Miss Peter, I hope I have cleared all your doubt if you have any difficulties or if you are noticing any, any other complication any time you can call me I will be here for you. Thank you for your cooperation. Have a nice day.IJ INTERLOCUTOR JISHA RAJ 6:48 Thank you. Thank you very much.