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NE NURSE ELIZABETH BHAGYANATH 0:04 Good eveningIS INTERLOCUTOR SHEBA KURIAN 0:06 . Good eveningNE NURSE ELIZABETH BHAGYANATH 0:09 my name is cell service the the registered nurse working in this award, I am going to take care of it today. IS INTERLOCUTOR SHEBA KURIAN 0:17 Okay, NE NURSE ELIZABETH BHAGYANATH 0:18 how can I help you?IS INTERLOCUTOR SHEBA KURIAN 0:20 Sister actually doctor has told me that she's experiencing some epilepsy and I don't know anything about epilepsy so could you please explain me in detail sisterNE NURSE ELIZABETH BHAGYANATH 0:38 okay, I don't worry about this I will explain to you briefly this is the epilepsy mean this is commonly known as aphasias This is the destruction of electro chemical activities that seem seen through the brainIS INTERLOCUTOR SHEBA KURIAN 0:57 someNE NURSE ELIZABETH BHAGYANATH 0:57 disruptions there so that's why it's occurringIS INTERLOCUTOR SHEBA KURIAN 1:00 okay.NE NURSE ELIZABETH BHAGYANATH 1:02 The during that time patient may feel some involuntarily movement like stiffness in can sometimes that leads to incontinent saltsIS INTERLOCUTOR SHEBA KURIAN 1:14 Okay.NE NURSE ELIZABETH BHAGYANATH 1:15 Okay. How are you getting me?IS INTERLOCUTOR SHEBA KURIAN 1:16 Yes sister. So, Sister sister after discharge while at home my child is experiencing some further episodes. I just want to know what should I do and I should not doNE NURSE ELIZABETH BHAGYANATH 1:36 or as as some other I can understand your feeling I don't worry about you're in the right place I will explain to you if the if your child get that in that episode, certainly the first thing is you have to be calm and focus on how how to help the child first okay then suddenly and the child into on site and remove all the harmful objects especially tried to avoid the deep voice by by providing some support to the mouth or elevating the neck to breathe easily. Helfer to breathe easily by keeping some objective go and check for the bracing. If it is difficult, you have to seek emergency support are you getting my point?IS INTERLOCUTOR SHEBA KURIAN 2:36 Yes I'm getting your point and if my child is become disoriented she is acting abruptly what can what should I do and when can I call an ambulanceNE NURSE ELIZABETH BHAGYANATH 2:54 can sensor valuable I will explain to you if the child is another actor you how to observe whether she's developed any signs of breathing difficulty or other complication like as some spasmodic effect like cannot speak or cannot respond your commands to how to call ambulance as soon as okayIS INTERLOCUTOR SHEBA KURIAN 3:23 yesNE NURSE ELIZABETH BHAGYANATH 3:24 to getthis number okayIS INTERLOCUTOR SHEBA KURIAN 3:29 and NE NURSE ELIZABETH BHAGYANATH 3:30 hope you have this emergency numbers with you.IS INTERLOCUTOR SHEBA KURIAN 3:33 Yes Do I have the emergency number and is there any support group available so that they can be a part of that and whenever I have any doubts I can clarify the non thereNE NURSE ELIZABETH BHAGYANATH 3:45 so, good question. I appreciate your question. I will clear your doubts there is sungrow Epilepsy Foundation you have any doubts or anything you have to hold this group I will provide all the numbers and details to youIS INTERLOCUTOR SHEBA KURIAN 4:06 okay. NE NURSE ELIZABETH BHAGYANATH 4:07 Okay whenever you have any complaint you have any anything you have to confirm or details are available in the telephone dictionary or you can get it in the internet.IS INTERLOCUTOR SHEBA KURIAN 4:21 Okay,NE NURSE ELIZABETH BHAGYANATH 4:21 so and if you have anyIS INTERLOCUTOR SHEBA KURIAN 4:24 new more doubt sister you have you have clarified all my doubts so far.NE NURSE ELIZABETH BHAGYANATH 4:33 Okay. Get well soon. I hope the speed covered.IS INTERLOCUTOR SHEBA KURIAN 4:40 Okay, thank you.