Pennod 2 Ysbyty Cyw Bach


Pennod 2

Cyfres i blant sy'n cyflwyno'r syniad o fynd i'r ysbyty gan eu helpu i ddod dros yr ofn o gael eu trin. A series for children helping them to overcome the fear of visiting hospi...


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-Welcome back to Ysbyty Cyw Bach.

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-Only Cyw's friends

-and children like you can come in.

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-Whether it's stomach ache, a cold...

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-..or toothache...

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-..the Cyw Bach nurses

-are here for you...

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-..to make sure you're

-much better before you go to sleep.

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-Hello, Cyw!

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-I didn't know you were in a band.

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-Oh, wow, you're great.

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-Great drumming, Plwmp.

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-Great piano playing, Jangl.

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-Good work on the guitar, Llew.

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-Be careful, Llew.

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-Llew? Llew? Watch the cables!

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-Cables!

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-Oh, no. What will we do now?

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-SIREN

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-Well done for phoning the ambulance,

-Cyw.

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-Llew fell on his head.

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-The nurse has arrived to check Llew.

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-He doesn't look so well.

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-Not at all.

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-Llew's being taken

-to the X-ray room.

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-Don't worry, Llew.

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-It doesn't hurt.

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-In you go.

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-Here's Mr Mason.

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-Hello, Llew,

-are you ready for your X-ray?

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-An X-ray takes a photo

-of your bones.

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-Press the button.

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-Here's a X-ray of Llew's bones.

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-Happy, Llew?

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-Everything looks OK.

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-Llew hasn't broken a bone.

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-Great news, Llew. Nothing's broken.

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-Do you feel better?

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-Great. You can't go home quite yet.

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-You'll have to wait in the hospital

-to make sure everything is OK.

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-Oh, no.

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-I know you feel OK, Llew,

-but... Llew?

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-Are you going to be...?

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-Oh, Llew.

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-Off we go to the children's ward.

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-Llew's not the only one

-to fall on his head.

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-Here's Callum.

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-Hello, Callum.

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-Cyw?

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-Why was Llew ill?

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-Does his belly hurt too?

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-Concussion.

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-Do you know what concussion is?

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-Off we go to see Dr Mair.

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-Dr Mair, what's concussion?

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-What's concussion, Cyw?

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-Here's Callum.

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-Callum has hit his head.

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-Sometimes, when we hit our head

-or fall over and hurt our head...

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-..we can see a bruise

-on the outside.

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-In hospital, we don't worry

-about the bruise on the outside...

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-..but the bruise on the inside.

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-That can happen

-if you have a nasty fall.

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-Callum has hurt his head -

-this is his brain.

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-We can see that he possibly

-has a bruise on the inside.

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-You can't see that from outside.

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-What happens sometimes

-when you hit your head...

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-..you can feel light-headed

-or a little bit sick.

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-Sometimes, you feel very sleepy...

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-..even when it's not bedtime.

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-So, if you've fallen

-and hit your head...

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-..and you're worried

-there's a bruise on the inside...

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-..and you don't feel as well

-as you usually do...

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-..it's important to visit a doctor

-to make sure you're OK.

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-Sometimes,

-we bring you into the hospital...

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-..and we keep an eye on you...

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-..and check that everything is OK...

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-..just in case there's a bruise

-on the inside.

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-When you're doing

-dangerous things...

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-..and there's a possibility

-you'll hit your head...

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-..such as riding a bike

-or skateboarding...

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-..make sure you wear a helmet

-to protect your head.

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-Then you'll be safe.

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-Thanks, Dr Mair.

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-You're welcome.

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-Llew looks a lot better

-and he's ready for more tests.

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-Callum looks a lot better too.

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-First, temperature.

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-The same for Callum.

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-Your temperature is perfect.

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-Next, blood pressure.

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-Your blood pressure is perfect too.

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-Everything's OK.

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-Everything's great.

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-Are you hungry, Llew?

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-Lunchtime.

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-What are you doing, Cyw?

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-Ah, I see.

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-Watch your head, Jangl.

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-Are you still hungry, Llew?

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-Callum and Llew are much better.

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-They're playing in the playroom.

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-Callum's dad has arrived.

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-Time to go home.

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-Cheerio, Callum.

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-Cheerio, Cyw.

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-Cheerio, Plwmp.

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-Cheerio, Jangl.

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-You can go home too, Llew.

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-Llew, watch where you're going!

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-Oh, Llew!

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Cyfres i blant sy'n cyflwyno'r syniad o fynd i'r ysbyty gan eu helpu i ddod dros yr ofn o gael eu trin. A series for children helping them to overcome the fear of visiting hospital.