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SS. 1629. Enyi Kismet - Manju tak


 

SPEAKERS NURSE (83%), INTERLOCUTOR (17%)

NE NURSE ENYI KISMET 0:03 Good morning Miss McGee.IM INTERLOCUTOR MANJU TAK 0:04 Good morning nurse.NE NURSE ENYI KISMET 0:09 His men, I'll be the one attending to you today. I want to find out the reason why you listed us this morning.IM INTERLOCUTOR MANJU TAK 0:18 Yes. Actually going to a tree and I want to know, do I need to take the malarial medication for now?NE NURSE ENYI KISMET 0:32 Let me know combat, please just tell me a brief background of your travelIM INTERLOCUTOR MANJU TAK 0:44 nurse. I'm planning to travel around a month to Southeast Asia.NE NURSE ENYI KISMET 0:53 Okay. All right. Okay, for that give you different types of antimalaria that you can go with going for a long time and you're officially scared of medications radio transmission. prescribe, you know, our you know in Korea will recommend actually just recycling of that drug before.IM INTERLOCUTOR MANJU TAK 1:22 Yes, nurse, but I have a doubt.NE NURSE ENYI KISMET 1:28 Let me listen to your doubts. Let me hear you. doubts.IM INTERLOCUTOR MANJU TAK 1:33 That patients who are suffered from depression should not take the malarial medication. Is that right?NE NURSE ENYI KISMET 1:41 Yes, you're very correct, Margie. But there are some there are also some drugs that you can take that you know we're not afraid to those who have had depression before an example of that is this particular drug and recommended for you to do this cycling is actually connect tell you more about it.IM INTERLOCUTOR MANJU TAK 2:01 Yes, no.NE NURSE ENYI KISMET 2:04 It's actually that's you know, that is used as prophylaxis. We use it to prevent the effects of malaria prophylaxis, before the malaria settings you use it to prevent it from happening. As if you are going for a month this particular drug will be best for you. Why would you know to tell you why you take it,IM INTERLOCUTOR MANJU TAK 2:29 please proceed nurse.NE NURSE ENYI KISMET 2:33 It's actually called Andris comes in different milligram. So you'll be taking on 10 milligrams daily with food to take like two tablets in the morning daily, you can choose to take it in the morning or in the afternoon or in the evening. That was you take it like two days before your trip. Then during your trip, you also take it for two days. You understand before you travel to this toy, you're traveling, you take it for two days, the way you you know the place your destination, you take it for two days. Then when you return for your traveling, you take it for two days. 100 milligrams. And it's very important for you to comply with exactly,IM INTERLOCUTOR MANJU TAK 3:23 yes, MERS or is it safe for me to continue the medication for colds rates, I feel that it will be a long timeNE NURSE ENYI KISMET 3:33 is good actually to continue it because if we also if you went in malaria itself setting because you are taking it for a long time. So it has viewed antibodies and attitudes that we have to fight malaria. Malaria certainly comes in you're already taking drugs after the A prevents you from you know further complications. Exactly.IM INTERLOCUTOR MANJU TAK 3:56 He is nurse will this medication have any side effects?NE NURSE ENYI KISMET 4:02 Yes, it has some side effects are now like to emphasize on some of discomforting for side effects there is had gone up some bonds and that you can take milk or something to help to subside it's on his stomach upsets. Your stomach is telling you oh you want to try that somehow? Side effects a game is rigged for the feeling that your body's burning from the sun. These silences are coming Monday, Sunday, Monday. Exactly.IM INTERLOCUTOR MANJU TAK 4:46 Thank you so much for the information. I agree with you and I will continue the medication.NE NURSE ENYI KISMET 4:55 To take medications because this particular as I've said is best for those cases that are prone to depression and is for longer periods and also the same type of drug that is used as prophylaxis that absolutely not prevent one from getting that. And it certainly is. So side effects can be manageable with proper recommendations. Do you have any other questions? Do you understand what I've said so far?IM INTERLOCUTOR MANJU TAK 5:24 Yes. We understood the conflict conversation. Thank you so much for the time and for the explanation.NE NURSE ENYI KISMET 5:32 Thank you so much, Mrs. Merkel. God Bless you. Bless.



 

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