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Cawn gwrdd a Mr Phillip Moore, llawfeddyg Clust, Trwyn a Gwddf o Farbados sydd wedi pasio arholiad Lefel 'A' Cymraeg! ENT surgeon Mr Phillip Moore from Barbados takes some tonsi...


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-First of all, a question.

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-How many Welsh speaking surgeons

-from Barbados do you know?

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-None? Well, let me introduce one.

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-Mr Phillip Moore

-is an ENT surgeon at Ysbyty Gwynedd.

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-IN WELSH

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-IN WELSH

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-Good morning, everyone.

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-We have one or two children

-who need treatment.

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-The first is Tomos,

-who needs a tonsillectomy.

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-He had a lot of problems

-with tonsillitis.

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-He experienced a lot

-of sore throats...

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-..and high temperatures.

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-He felt ill all day...

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-..on a lot of occasions.

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-So we're going to fix it.

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-Hiya, Tomos. You OK?

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-How is his throat?

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-How is his throat?

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-Alright at the moment.

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-After seeing you,

-he's had tonsillitis once.

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-Only once?

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-Yes.

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-OK.

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-We're going to fix it.

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-Today, we're taking the tonsils out.

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-The operation

-only takes half an hour.

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-Then, if he's alright...

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-..he can go home this afternoon.

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-We should be ready for him

-in about half an hour.

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-Right, Tomos, see you soon.

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-OK? High five!

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-Great!

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-Nice to see you again.

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-Good morning, everyone.

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-Hi, Mared, you OK?

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-Hi, Mared, you OK?

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-Yes, thanks.

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-Hello Mam, I'm Mr Moore.

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-Hello Mam, I'm Mr Moore.

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-How are you?

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-Not too bad, thanks. You?

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-Not too bad, thanks. You?

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-Fine, thanks.

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-Lovely.

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-How is your throat, Mared?

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-Alright, thanks.

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-Alright, thanks.

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-OK.

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-When did you last have tonsillitis?

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-About four weeks ago.

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-OK, that's fine.

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-We'll take the tonsils out.

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-We'll look in the ears too.

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-If you have a bit of glue ear, we'll

-put a grommet in the ear again.

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-Do you have any questions?

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-No. Champion.

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-Your Welsh is very good.

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-It's not too bad!

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-Unfortunately, I'm not fluent yet.

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-But I'll keep going.

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-What made you start learning Welsh?

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-How do you learn Welsh?

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-I've been studying at Bangor

-University for about five years.

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-Next week...

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-..I'm taking the A-level exam.

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-Wow! Great.

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-So no pressure!

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-Is it difficult to learn Welsh?

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-Sometimes...

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-..especially mutations

-and feminine and masculine forms.

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-But I studied French

-in secondary school.

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-There are similarities

-between French and Welsh.

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-Great.

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-It's a good challenge.

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-It's great to speak Welsh

-with patients, the elderly...

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-..and in the pub too!

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-LAUGHTER

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-Good!

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-I must run to theatre...

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-..to prepare for surgery.

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-I'll see you soon.

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-Ta-ra!

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-Did you know he spoke Welsh?

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-Did you know he spoke Welsh?

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-No, I didn't.

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-Great.

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-Which language will you

-speak with him now?

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-Welsh, of course.

-It makes you smile and feel happier.

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-Hurry, Mr Moore.

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-You have a busy morning ahead.

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-The first patient is on his way.

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-What have you got on your pyjamas?

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-Is it Tomos Y Tanc?

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-When I do surgery,

-I have to clean my hands...

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-..to prevent infection transferring

-from me to the patient.

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-I have to clean all the nooks

-and crannies on the hands.

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-Infection can hide...

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-..behind fingernails...

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-..and between fingers.

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-I've finished.

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-I just need to dry my hands.

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-Then I get dressed.

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-Then we'll be ready.

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-Mr Moore is ready for you, Tomos.

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-Hurry, now.

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-Give Dad a kiss.

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-See you later.

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-It's alright.

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-See you when you come out.

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-See you later.

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-He's happy.

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-He's a darling.

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-Take a seat. We'll be back up soon.

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-Who is helping you today?

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-Pat.

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-This is Pat.

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-She's excellent.

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-We couldn't do

-the operation without Pat.

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-Thanks!

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-Welcome!

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-Thanks.

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-One operation is about to start.

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-It's time to prepare

-for the next one.

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-Shoes?

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-This is the fourth time.

-We're old hands.

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-Hopefully, she'll be fine this time.

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-Does that go over the T-shirt?

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-Yes, over the T-shirt, like a coat.

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-OK.

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-Shall I take that?

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-Thanks.

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-There are many ways

-to take tonsils out.

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-Today, I'm using

-a special machine...

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-..called a Coblator.

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-It removes tonsils...

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-..without getting too hot.

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-It's better for the patient...

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-..because it lessens

-pain after surgery.

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-I'm using a guard in the mouth...

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-..to open the mouth and make sure

-we see the tonsils well.

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-I have to be careful with it.

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-It's possible to cause

-an injury in the mouth...

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-..or break teeth...

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-..if we're too cack-handed

-with the mouth guard.

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-I put a little local

-anaesthetic in the tonsils...

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-..to reduce pain after surgery.

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-Here's the tonsil.

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-He had a lot of tonsil infections.

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-He often missed school.

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-Unfortunately, tonsillectomy

-isn't a spectator sport.

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-It's hard to see anything.

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-But here's the second tonsil.

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-Everything is fine.

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-Happy to dispose of the tissue?

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-Happy to dispose of the tissue?

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-Very happy, thanks.

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-Another successful operation.

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-But Mr Moore's work isn't over yet.

-Another young patient is on her way.

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-Mared is going to have

-her tonsils taken out...

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-..and have a grommet in her ear.

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-In here.

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-Welcome to anaesthetic room 5!

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-Can you open and close

-your hand a few times for me?

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-Think you're grabbing for sweeties.

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-Brave.

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-Say if it hurts.

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-You alright, darling?

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-You alright, darling?

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-Yes.

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-Good girl. You're doing very well.

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-Well done.

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-If you hold it there like that.

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-Are you happy to hold it?

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-Very good.

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-A future in anaesthesia for you.

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-This might feel a little

-bit cold in your arm.

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-Don't worry if it does,

-it'll go very quickly.

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-Good girl.

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-Well done.

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-Do you want to give her a kiss?

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-Thank you very much.

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-Thank you very much.

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-Thanks.

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-We'll take good care of her for you.

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-We'll take good care of her for you.

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-Thank you.

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-Dr Jason Walker has done his work.

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-It's time for Mr Moore

-to start his work.

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-THEY GO THROUGH CHECKLIST

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-With this patient, we start

-by repairing the right ear.

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-We'll insert

-the grommet in the eardrum.

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-We do this because...

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-..she has problems

-with ear infections...

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-..and reduced hearing

-in the right ear.

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-I use a knife to cut

-the eardrum a bit.

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-OK, grommet, please.

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-The grommet stays

-for about six months.

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-Then it falls by itself.

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-The eardrum repairs itself.

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-Often, everything is alright.

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-There are no more problems.

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-Back on Minffordd Ward...

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-..Tomos has recovered enough

-to enjoy a cheese sandwich.

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-He slept for an hour after

-coming back up, then he woke up.

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-He's fine, I hope.

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-He hasn't complained yet.

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-We'll see. It's too early to tell.

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-Has he had painkillers?

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-Yes, in theatre,

-but not on the ward.

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-Maybe later on.

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-We'll see.

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-OK.

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-We'll start to take out the tonsils.

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-It's almost out.

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-We're removing the final

-bit of tissue.

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-We've finished. Thank you.

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-And now it's time

-for Pat to operate.

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-I put labels on the toys

-for the children.

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-It gives them something

-to think about...

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-..other than what happens to them.

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-This little teddy I believe

-is called Ellie.

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-I'd like to hopefully

-make a little girl feel better.

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-Another sticky on, and a bandage.

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-Hopefully, Ted will be happy.

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-I'll just put it here,

-ready for our little lady.

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-This is Seren Medi.

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-She has a sore throat.

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-She had a sore throat

-and bad headache yesterday.

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-Her temperature was 40.4 lunchtime.

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-We phoned yesterday afternoon

-after she began to throw up.

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-We brought her to A & E

-at 7.45pm last night.

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-She was throwing up,

-had a sore throat and headache.

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-They decided to keep her

-in because she was throwing up.

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-She has tonsillitis. She has been

-in hospital before because of it.

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-You have a sore throat.

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-Seren will have the same operation

-as Tomos and Mared.

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-Her body doesn't respond

-to Calpol or Ibuprofen...

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-..because she has

-such a bad throat infection.

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-We came in because of the vomiting.

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-The medicine doesn't stay down.

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-They'll keep an eye on her.

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-We hope they take her tonsils out.

-She already has a grommet.

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-She started having a sore throat

-after the grommet.

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-We hope they take her tonsils out.

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-What's wrong?

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-Kiss?

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-Hopefully, Mared won't have

-another sore throat.

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-She's in a bad mood.

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-You'll be better soon.

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-Won't you?

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-What have they done?

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-What have they done?

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-They removed her tonsils.

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-They inserted a grommet

-in her right ear.

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-She's doing well.

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-She'll be fine after a bite to eat.

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-How are you?

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-How are you?

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-Better now, thanks.

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-Yes!

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-What's wrong?

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-What's wrong?

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-Nerves.

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-She has had it done four times.

-It still makes me cry!

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-She said in the corridor,

-"Don't cry, Mam."

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-But I did.

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-Thank you.

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-Good girl.

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-There we are.

-Can you put that on the side?

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-Do you want more?

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-Are you OK?

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-Have you seen Teddy?

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-Look.

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-Snap.

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-Look what the nice nurse did.

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-"Ellie has been a good girl."

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-Isn't that good?

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-Do you want to sleep?

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-OK.

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-Go to bye-byes.

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-You don't have to be ill

-to gain entry to Dewi Ward.

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-I'm from the Awyr Las

-fundraising team.

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-I'm meeting Moli.

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-She sold cakes to raise money

-for the children's unit.

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-I'm here to take a photograph

-to put on Facebook...

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-..and to thank her

-for her hard work.

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-You've been very kind.

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-Did you make the cakes?

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-Chloe and her mother

-made the cakes for Her Bac...

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-..to collect money

-for a local charity.

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-How much did you raise?

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-136.65.

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-That was hard work.

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-That was hard work.

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-Yes.

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-You made a lot of people fat!

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-Yes!

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-We sold out before lunchtime.

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-The coffee morning

-was supposed to last all day.

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-We only had 20 cakes left

-by the time Year 9 pupils arrived.

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-They sold out in five minutes.

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-The money will be spent

-on painting the walls...

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-..to make it nicer for the children.

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-Thank you very much.

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-Seren Medi is better

-after a night in hospital.

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-Mam is happy to see her tucking

-in to sausage, egg and beans.

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-She had anti-sickness tablets,

-and they said she can go home.

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-We're waiting for antibiotics.

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-She likes her food.

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-She likes her food.

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-She likes sausages!

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-Before the ward turns in

-for the night...

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-..a final visitor appears.

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-This is Max.

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-He's a Samoyed from West Siberia.

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-Sneak in, Max,

-before the doctors spot you.

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-He's a patient therapy dog.

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-We haven't had him here before.

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-He only started two months ago.

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-He's white, fluffy

-and everyone loves him.

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-He can't go round the wards,

-in case children have asthma.

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-They can see him in the play room.

-He loves being here.

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-He's gorgeous.

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-He's thinking you're going

-to pull his tail.

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-If you get the comb stuck

-in his tail, he'll have a problem.

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-He's turning his tail away. He won't

-shout at you if you comb it.

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-He's not quite as keen

-on having that done.

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-What are you doing?

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-I'm combing the dog.

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-What his name?

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-Um...

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-..Max.

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-Have you got another dog?

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-I have two dogs.

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-What are their names?

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-What are their names?

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-Bela and Celt.

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-Do you prefer Max?

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-Do you prefer Max?

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-No.

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-I had a cat

-when I was a little girl.

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-When I take my dogs for a walk,

-someone always comes to chat to me.

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-Dogs break the ice.

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-Max is so pretty and fluffy.

-Everyone wants to cuddle him.

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-The owner talks to the patients.

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-They often tell him what's wrong

-and we can sort something out.

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-If they're worried

-about an operation...

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-..or a test...

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-..Max takes their minds off it.

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-The time they spend here

-is more pleasurable.

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-If I had my way,

-he'd be here all day, every day!

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-He only comes on Wednesdays.

-He's gorgeous.

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-Since having his tonsils taken out,

-Tomos has had a new brother!

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-Mared hears and sleeps

-better after her operation.

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-Seren Medi still has problems

-with her throat.

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-She's waiting for an operation.

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-Max is a regular visitor

-to Dewi Ward.

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Cawn gwrdd a Mr Phillip Moore, llawfeddyg Clust, Trwyn a Gwddf o Farbados sydd wedi pasio arholiad Lefel 'A' Cymraeg! ENT surgeon Mr Phillip Moore from Barbados takes some tonsils out.


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