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SS. 1381. Usha thomas - Anusha kyatham



NU NURSE USHA THOMAS 0:03 Hey OhIA INTERLOCUTER ANUSHA KYATHAM 0:04 HelloNU NURSE USHA THOMAS 0:06 Good morning I am enough the registered nurses working this emergency department and can I get your name please?IA INTERLOCUTER ANUSHA KYATHAM 0:13 My name is JohnNU NURSE USHA THOMAS 0:16 John okay John. So your case notice with me you met an accident in the city is recorded that you met an accident. So could you please tell me what is why are you here in the hospital at present?IA INTERLOCUTER ANUSHA KYATHAM 0:31 That if I sold I am involved in a car accident lead todayNU NURSE USHA THOMAS 0:37 is that really sorry to hear that and could you please tell me what anything bothering youIA INTERLOCUTER ANUSHA KYATHAM 0:45 is NASA I'm confused by I am kept in the hospital for a long time there is no science of headache broken bones and injuriesNU NURSE USHA THOMAS 0:56 Okay, so, are you alright so you don't have any headache or any problemsIA INTERLOCUTER ANUSHA KYATHAM 1:03 there are there as no signs of headache broken bonesNU NURSE USHA THOMAS 1:08 okay. So you are kept in the hospital for observation because after the car accident sometimes the sudden sudden signs and symptoms will be absent but later on you may feel some disturbance with your joints or headache or anything if you feel so for observation you are kept in our department. So we will just monitor you continuously for half an hour after that every one hour and whenever you are alright after the four hours you can go home is that okay?IA INTERLOCUTER ANUSHA KYATHAM 1:44 So I don't understand why how by how been given this medication can you explain me about thisNU NURSE USHA THOMAS 1:53 is of course I'm ready to explain you because this continuous medication it is a management of form pain okay. This pain medications are given because you have you have some whiplash that is injury of the cervical spine which is reported in your case not so you will be experiencing some pain but rather you said that you don't have any pain now, but sometimes there is a chance of getting in later on after discontinuing the medication. So we will need to continue the medications until you are recovered from your pain.IA INTERLOCUTER ANUSHA KYATHAM 2:31 Okay, can you please explain me how long there will be the recovery period will physiotherapy helped me to shorten the recovery periodNU NURSE USHA THOMAS 2:40 as of course physiotherapy will help you because it is there is some other ways also some heat and ice application you can do and the color band will be faced that can be it will take usually two weeks you need to put this color band and the physiotherapy exercise will be very minor exercises it will not be giving you more exercise, you will not be exhausted with the exercises. Because this physiotherapy referral for doing a minimal exercises to read we the muscles should be active again to reactivate your muscles Did you getIA INTERLOCUTER ANUSHA KYATHAM 3:23 it? Yes Is there anything else I need to knowNU NURSE USHA THOMAS 3:29 you need the things you need to take care of us your treatment regimen you have to take care of proper treatment and proper exercises daily that is the prior important thing that you can do now and please try not to go out please take rest adequate rest is mandatory to recover from your situation. Okay, is there any other feelings any other concerns? Do you have?IA INTERLOCUTER ANUSHA KYATHAM 3:56 Yes nurse, will there be any side any after effects or ongoing effects of surgery?NU NURSE USHA THOMAS 4:06 No that I can explain you if there is any side effects later or after going home. If you feel any side effects like discomfort, nausea or vomiting or vision problems. Of course you can come back and immediately conduct the medical service. Okay. Is there any other concern? No. Okay, so thank you for discussing this all matters with me. And I'm glad to explain you all these things. Okay. Thank you.IA INTERLOCUTER ANUSHA KYATHAM 4:38 Thank you for all the information


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