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Blwyddyn newydd a chyfres newydd o ward plant Ysbyty Gwynedd. Two familiar faces on the ward - one with shingles and the other with breathing difficulties. And Dr Mair becomes a...


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-The sun rises once more on the

-children's ward in Ysbyty Gwynedd.

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-It's time to prepare

-for the new young patients.

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-Some have been here overnight.

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-He came in last Wednesday.

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-They thought he had shingles,

-or chickenpox.

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-He was treated

-with acyclovir for a few days.

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-He was sent home on Sunday

-with acyclovir by mouth.

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-Everything was fine.

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-He went to Alder Hey on Monday

-for chemotherapy.

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-He began scratching

-round his neck again.

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-Mam asked for Piriton,

-because she'd left hers at home.

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-They examined him there.

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-They decided he'd had

-another shingles flare-up.

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-So he has come back here again,

-the poor baby.

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-Hiya!

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-He isn't happy at all.

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-The heat doesn't help.

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-It's on his chest and neck.

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-Riley had his port removed

-quite a while ago.

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-He gets small cannulas.

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-Unfortunately, Riley has a phobia.

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-If I'm around, he only wants me.

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-That doesn't always work out well.

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-Is this your second home by now?

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-Is this your second home by now?

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-Yes.

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-You were here when I filmed

-last time and the time before.

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-We came in just for

-a quick appointment the other day.

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-The lads were here.

-We said "Hi." Timing!

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-He's here for seven days.

-In-between times, he can go home.

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-On Minffordd Ward, Nurse Ceri is

-waiting for the day's first patient.

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-How on earth will they

-work out Caleb's weight?

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-We'll estimate his weight and yours

-together, then you on your own.

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-If not, we'll get

-the chair scales.

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-Both of you go on.

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-Good idea. Dad and Caleb

-go on the scales together.

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-Can you give him to Mam?

-Then we'll weigh you on your own.

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-Now, Dad goes on his own.

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-Then Dad's weight is subtracted.

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-Now we'll get an answer.

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-Great. Thanks.

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-Take a seat.

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-Champion.

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-Caleb has come to have grommets.

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-He gets earache all the time.

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-We've just come back

-from a holiday in Portugal.

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-It was hot and he wanted

-to jump in the pool.

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-We were a bit nervous,

-in case water got in his ears.

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-We put a band round his head.

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-It was quite handy.

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-Is this the first time

-he has had anaesthetic?

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-Yes.

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-How do you feel?

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-You're a bit nervous, aren't you?

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-We're grateful that he's healthy,

-and that's all it is.

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-Caleb has arrived the week

-Dewi Ward is being transformed.

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-Who is this?

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-Does she remind you of anyone?

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-As you see, everywhere

-has been painted. It's great!

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-I modelled for hours

-so they could get me right.

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-I think he got me.

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-But we're a bit worried

-about her BMI.

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-It's not quite

-what we want to show young girls.

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-But I'm quite happy!

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-Everything here is new.

-This cubicle has been redone.

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-There's a bathroom with a shower and

-room for a wheelchair, if necessary.

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-Everything is new.

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-The charity Gafael Llaw

-gave us money to do it.

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-Is it only for...

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-Oncology children? Yes.

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-We hope to do more.

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-Riley has shingles now.

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-It's not wise for him

-to mix with other children.

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-When they're neutropenic,

-they can't go to the playroom.

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-Obviously, there are

-a lot of infections there.

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-We hope to have a door...

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-..leading to a small garden

-where they can play.

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-It's nice for them to go out.

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-You like this room, don't you?

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-It's very important

-that Dewi Ward is a pleasant place.

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-Sometimes, you have

-to be very brave to come here.

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-You OK, Ianto?

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-You OK, Ianto?

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-Yes.

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-My name's Mel.

-I'm looking after you today.

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-Can I check your name

-and date of birth?

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-Then can I pop a bracelet

-on your arm? Is that OK?

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-Is your name Ianto Hedd?

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-How many teeth

-are you having extracted?

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-One.

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-Will you show me which one?

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-The one in the back?

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-Yes.

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-Are you supposed

-to have a tooth there?

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-He has an extra tooth. It's called

-supernumeracy, something like that.

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-It's being extracted today...

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-..to make room for

-the other tooth to grow properly.

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-So you have too many teeth.

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-You're special.

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-Even special children

-are sometimes ill.

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-They've contacted the hospital

-in Liverpool, Alder Hey.

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-They asked for advice.

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-He's classed as high risk

-because he's so young.

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-But because I'm feeding him

-and I had chickenpox as a child...

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-..the antibodies have gone to him.

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-I think he's fought

-chickenpox really well.

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-He's supposed to have medication

-for two or three more days.

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-But he seems fine.

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-So they're considering

-letting us go soon.

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-We're waiting to hear

-from the other hospital.

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-I don't want to get too excited!

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-We might still be here.

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-I'm just glad he's alright.

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-Chickenpox spreads by air.

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-That's probably how

-poor Riley got shingles.

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-It started here. It went

-up to his neck, then his back.

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-It looks unpleasant.

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-But it's cooling down a bit.

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-Has he caught shingles

-because of his condition?

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-No.

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-Maybe he caught it in school

-or from someone with chickenpox.

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-This is how it broke out in him.

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-Of course, he wants to scratch.

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-At the moment, it's fairly cool.

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-When you went before, he said...

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-"..I can speak Welsh now.

-Why don't they talk to me?"

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-Ooh!

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-Ooh!

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-I can.

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-He can say a lovely poem in Welsh.

-You can speak a bit of Welsh!

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-He's learning in school.

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-That's what you just said.

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-Just count in Welsh, properly.

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-Un, dau, tri, pedwar, pump,

-chwech, saith, wyth, naw, deg.

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-Well done.

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-Come on.

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-It's Ianto's turn

-to find a bed now.

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-There we are. Is that OK?

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-Yes. Does he need

-to change into his pyjamas?

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-It's entirely up to you.

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-You can change now or in an hour,

-just before going to theatre.

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-Whatever suits you.

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-I've just bought pyjamas

-and stuff. Is that OK?

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-Yes. It's not a onesy, is it?

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-Yes. It's not a onesy, is it?

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-No.

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-They're not keen on onesies,

-but pyjamas is fine.

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-Isn't it comfy?

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-Comfy?

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-Oh!

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-That's handy.

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-Would you like one at home?

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-I'd like one of those!

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-The waiting is over for Caleb.

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-A brand new pair of grommets

-awaits him in theatre.

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-Goodness me!

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-Caleb is back, almost before

-I had time to boil a kettle.

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-The grommets are in his ears.

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-BACKGROUND CONVERSATION

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-We took him up.

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-He went to sleep straightaway.

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-By the time we came down,

-had a cuppa in the cafe...

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-..and returned here,

-it was time to fetch him.

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-Everything went champion I think.

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-It was all a bit overwhelming.

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-Mam shed a few tears.

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-But everything went well.

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-It's just a waiting game now,

-for him to wake up.

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-He has to eat, drink and go to the

-toilet before we can take him home.

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-The waiting is over for Ianto.

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-At last, it's time for

-the extra tooth to be extracted.

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-Look what they're painting here.

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-This is a familiar face

-for Ward Plant viewers.

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-This gentleman is Dewi,

-Gwion's father.

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-Gwion is back.

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-His father will tell us why.

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-We're back in with his chest.

-Gwion gets ill quickly.

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-He was a bit snotty yesterday.

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-It wasn't bad in the day.

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-Last night, around eight o'clock,

-he was breathing with his belly.

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-That's a sign he's working hard

-and it's time to come back in.

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-We came in at half past nine.

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-I'll give him his medicine.

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-What are you doing?

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-Giving him medicine. The tube

-goes from his nose to his stomach.

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-He can't take anything by mouth.

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-It goes to his lungs with pneumonia.

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-We're waiting

-for an appointment in Alder Hey....

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-..for a PEG feed to his stomach.

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-We phoned about that,

-but there's a waiting list.

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-In the meantime, we're using this.

-I need to test it.

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-The stick turns colour.

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-That proves it's in his stomach.

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-It should be green or under.

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-If it's blue,

-it isn't in his stomach.

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-That shows it's gone in.

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-He'll get his medicine.

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-What is your job?

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-I don't work anymore.

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-I had to give up my job, with Gwion.

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-What did you do?

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-What did you do?

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-I was a labourer and plasterer.

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-I built walls, and all sorts.

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-You'd make an excellent nurse.

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-Thanks! I'm an old hand now.

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-The nurse said

-we can go home at 4.45pm...

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-..in half an hour or so.

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-He has to drink and eat something.

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-Then we can go.

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-You can go home to bed.

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-You're a bit grumpy.

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-You look at life differently

-when you have a child like Gwion.

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-How?

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-Everyone complains about money,

-and this and that.

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-That means nothing now.

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-People don't realize

-how lucky they are...

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-..to have healthy children

-who can run around and play.

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-Gwion is happy, bless him.

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-We think, "Why him?"

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-Don't we?

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-Do people understand

-what you're going through?

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-You need to have a child like Gwion

-to understand properly.

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-There are days

-when I feel like screaming.

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-I break down sometimes

-when I'm on my own with Gwion.

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-We have to get on with it,

-don't we, Gwion?

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-Don't we?

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-What lies ahead for you today?

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-We're waiting to see the doctor

-to tell us what's going on.

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-He has started on antibiotics again.

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-We'll keep an eye on his oxygen.

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-They put him on high-flow.

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-It contains water

-to stop him drying up.

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-It isn't bad at the moment.

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-He had a fit this morning at 2.30am.

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-They're keeping an eye on that, too.

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-It's warm here, too,

-so I stripped him down.

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-We go from Dewi Ward to Caleb's zoo.

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-It's good to forget

-you're in hospital, isn't it?

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-Yes!

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-You won't believe it,

-but the chickenpox is back.

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-Sister Tracey wears

-a mask, gloves and an apron...

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-..so the virus doesn't spread.

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-36.7. Yeah!

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-I'll let the doctor know.

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-I'm sure he can go home.

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-This takes me back to the time

-I narrated Tomos Y Tanc.

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-This red steam engine is James.

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-It's on its way to X-ray Gwion.

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-A nice Ferrari red one.

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-Excellent. Just so his shoulders

-are below the bottom of the pillow.

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-Perfect.

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-If you'll only step out

-behind me for a second.

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-Breathe in

-and hold your breath, Gwion.

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-That'll go through to the computers,

-and the doctors will look at them.

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-It won't take him too long,

-a few minutes.

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-And here is the infection,

-like a flurry of white snow.

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-The snow won't be there long

-if the physiotherapist has her way.

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-Can you put the pillow

-behind his back?

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-I'm tapping Gwion's chest.

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-He has mucus on his breast.

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-I want him to bring it up.

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-It's like tapping

-a ketchup bottle...

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-..to get the mucus higher...

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-..so he can bring it up.

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-This will help move it.

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-I've disturbed you now.

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-You were having a nice nap!

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-Let's try, shall we?

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-We'll do both sides.

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-One, two, three.

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-While the physiotherapy goes on...

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-..Nurse Bethan checks

-IF Gwion is drinking enough.

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-We weigh his nappies to see

-how much goes in and passes out.

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-The balance has to be right.

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-We weigh it to find out

-how much is passed out.

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-We change it to ml.

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-We'll document the chart

-in his room.

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-After all that, he deserves a nap.

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-He's still working hard.

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-But the numbers are OK.

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-The SAT monitor is on his foot.

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-That picks up his heartbeat...

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-..and the level of oxygen

-in his blood.

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-This is an NG tube.

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-That's where he gets

-his medicine and feeds.

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-The Optiflow in his nose...

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-..gives him high-flow oxygen...

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-..while he's unwell.

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-Oh, dear!

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-There you are.

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-The sock is there to prevent him

-from pulling everything out!

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-It's a good sign.

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-It's a good sign.

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-It's a really good sign.

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-Ianto is back, minus his tooth.

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-Have you seen your tooth?

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-Look how big it was!

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-That was in your mouth!

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-Wow! How much money

-do you think you'll have?

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-I don't know.

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-It's an eye-opener to see

-the children on the children's ward.

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-The children and parents are brave.

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-Ianto only had a tooth taken out.

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-A parent can't help worrying.

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-I'm glad he's back.

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-Everyone has been so kind.

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-I'm glad it's over.

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-Caleb and his grommets

-are going home.

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-You won't get far without shoes,

-Caleb!

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-Ta-ta.

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-Ta-ta.

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-Ta-ra.

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-Riley is going home, too,

-but in a taxi.

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-Mam couldn't find the car keys.

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-Riley. Have you hidden Mum's keys?

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-No?

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-Bye now.

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-He's just scrubbed number four,

-whoever that was.

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-Charlie, let's just leave!

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-Riley has gone home.

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-The children's ward is quiet again.

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-Gwion and his father can sleep.

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-The grommets in Caleb's ears

-have greatly improved his hearing.

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-The tooth fairy left Ianto 2.

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-Gwion has started

-in Pendalar School.

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-He's waiting for an operation

-in Alder Hey.

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-Riley's mother still

-can't find her keys!

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Blwyddyn newydd a chyfres newydd o ward plant Ysbyty Gwynedd. Two familiar faces on the ward - one with shingles and the other with breathing difficulties. And Dr Mair becomes a pirate!