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NS NURSE SHILPA ROOJ 0:02 Good afternoon. My name is Shilpa. I'm one of the nurses on duty today. Could you please tell me your name for me?IA INTERLOCUTER ANUSHA KYATHAM 0:09 My name is John.NS NURSE SHILPA ROOJ 0:12 Okay, John, and I can see that you have an injury in Gunny. And you will be discharged today in afternoon. So how do you feel about that?IA INTERLOCUTER ANUSHA KYATHAM 0:31 I'm confused why I am kept in the hospital for a long time there as no signs of broken bones and injuries.NS NURSE SHILPA ROOJ 0:41 There is no signs of injury. But you have been in the hospital because just to see if there are any complications that me as I used, okay, just for an observation you have in case for your tougher support and there weren't any complications. Okay.IA INTERLOCUTER ANUSHA KYATHAM 1:03 Okay. NS NURSE SHILPA ROOJ 1:06 right. And are you taking your medication?IA INTERLOCUTER ANUSHA KYATHAM 1:12 Known as I don't understand why how been given this medication? Can you explain me about this?NS NURSE SHILPA ROOJ 1:21 I will tell you, John, actually, the one that you have been giving medications and the medication is really helpful to manage the pain that you have to have a day. Do you have any headache or anything?IA INTERLOCUTER ANUSHA KYATHAM 1:40 Yes, NasNS NURSE SHILPA ROOJ 1:43 is that is when you have been giving medication, it is really important to reduce the pain, okay.IA INTERLOCUTER ANUSHA KYATHAM 1:49 Okay, now, can you please explain me how long or will be the recovery period? Will physiotherapy help me to shorten the recovery period?NS NURSE SHILPA ROOJ 1:59 Yes, definitely. Mr. John, the recovery will be more than four to six weeks, okay. And the physiotherapy will definitely help you to, you know, do some exercises, and he will teach you the exact way of doing the exercises, so that your knees will become very Nick joint will become very loosened, and you will feel comfortable. How does that sound?IA INTERLOCUTER ANUSHA KYATHAM 2:25 Isn't? That sounds better?NS NURSE SHILPA ROOJ 2:30 Well, the recovery time, as I told you, it will last in more than four to six weeks. And also it depends on your compliance to the physiotherapy exercises. And the medications. I follow me.IA INTERLOCUTER ANUSHA KYATHAM 2:44 Yes. Nice. Is there anything else I need to know?NS NURSE SHILPA ROOJ 2:49 Mr. John, it is I would like to tell you that it is very important to stick to your medication and exercise plan. Okay. And moreover, I would like to tell you that if you do see there is increased pain and discomfort, like nausea, vomiting. And if you also notice some vision problems, then can we report to the hospital and seek the medical advice? Do you think you can manage it?IA INTERLOCUTER ANUSHA KYATHAM 3:20 Yes. Nice.NS NURSE SHILPA ROOJ 3:23 All right. Do you have any other particular question? I can help you with Mr. John?IA INTERLOCUTER ANUSHA KYATHAM 3:28 Nurse? Will there be any after effects or ongoing effects of surgery?NS NURSE SHILPA ROOJ 3:35 All right. That's a reasonable question. Mr. John, as already mentioned, just few minutes ago, that if you notice any term problem, such problems like nausea from eating, or picking persisting theme, and even if you know TV, you will notice that there is a vision problem. Kindly seek the medical statements and contact your doctor that you can do. So do you think would you beIA INTERLOCUTER ANUSHA KYATHAM 4:05 able to do this? Yes, nurse.NS NURSE SHILPA ROOJ 4:09 Okay, that's the great. And do you have any other concerns? No, no. All right. Thank you, Mr. John, for your patient listening. And meanwhile, if you need anything, can they contact me? I will be there to help you. IA INTERLOCUTER ANUSHA KYATHAM 4:25 Okay. Thank you.