Pennod 10 Ward Plant


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Pennod 10

Clefydau heintus, tynnu dannedd di-ri a diwrnod trist wrth i un o'r nyrsys ffarwelio â'r ward plant. Infectious diseases, multiple teeth extractions and a tearful goodbye. Last ...


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-Ysbyty Gwynedd

-serves the largest area in Wales.

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-Some children have to travel

-over two hours to get here.

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-There's no knowing who will come

-through the door...

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-..or what will be wrong with them.

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-..or what will be wrong with them.

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-He's just turned two.

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-He's never had antibiotics

-or anything.

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-Some have to have their teeth out.

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-Some have to have their teeth out.

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-I'm going to have four teeth out.

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-To make room for the new ones.

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-Others have spots all over them.

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-Others have spots all over them.

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-He has a rash all over his face.

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-One little boy

-doesn't want his medicine.

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-Shall I put him on my knee?

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-Yes. Do that.

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-Every single one receives

-the best possible care...

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-..from a team of very special

-doctors and nurses.

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-It's 8.00am.

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-We're just finishing

-the night shift.

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-We've been quite busy overnight.

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-One of our nurses, Alison, had to go

-home at 2.00am because she was ill.

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-So we've been one nurse down.

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-We've had two staff nurses on

-and the healthcare staff.

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-Unfortunately, the ward had to close

-because we only had two nurses.

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-It's been quite full.

-We only have one empty cubicle.

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-Luckily, the patients

-have been stable overnight.

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-It's been manageable

-between two of us.

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-So yes, it's been busy.

-I'm ready for my bed!

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-There she is!

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-Yay!

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-We need a party popper!

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-Today is a special day

-for one of the nurses.

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-That's a big bag you've got.

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-That's a big bag you've got.

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-Are you getting emotional?

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-I'm going away!

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-This team of nurses has been

-together since graduating.

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-Losing one of them is a big blow.

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-Rachel is a very popular person

-on Dewi Ward.

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-She's happy

-and she always makes everyone laugh.

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-She has some people in tears

-from laughing so much!

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-But she's also a brilliant nurse.

-She'll be a huge loss to the ward.

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-The families and children

-all love Rachel.

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-It will be a big loss.

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-It's my last day!

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-Emosh!

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-After nearly seven years

-on Dewi Ward...

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-..Rachel is moving

-to the department...

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-..that cares for children

-with mental health issues.

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-I'm looking forward

-to the challenge.

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-I won't be on the ward

-in my little bubble.

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-I'll be going out on my own.

-I'll be independent.

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-I'll be working with

-what I've heard is a fantastic team.

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-I know some of them already.

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-I'm looking forward

-to the new challenge.

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-I've been interested

-in mental health for years.

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-I see it on the ward. More children

-come in with mental health issues.

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-Not just teenagers.

-I've seen children under 10.

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-Numbers are growing.

-I've seen that on the news.

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-There are a lot of problems.

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-When they come in,

-I enjoy talking to them.

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-I want to understand

-what's going on in their heads.

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-I want to try to help them

-to come out of this dark period...

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-..in their life.

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-But before Rachel leaves, she has

-one more shift on Dewi Ward.

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-She has a little girl

-to accompany to theatre.

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-I'm going to have four teeth out.

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-To make room for the new ones.

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-Ffion was premature.

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-Her milk teeth are so tiny and

-they're not sure what's caused that.

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-They think it might be genetic.

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-She was such a sickly baby.

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-They think that made her teeth

-get smaller.

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-She's having four out from the top.

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-She's also having two

-bottom teeth out.

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-Usually, they would be able to do it

-at the community dentist.

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-But she has cerebral palsy

-so she has to come here.

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-She's proud of the fact

-that she has it. She tells everyone.

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-She loves her splints.

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-They have horses on them.

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-I need help to walk.

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-But when I wear these,

-I don't need help.

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-My legs are a little bit clumsy.

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-I fall over at home as well.

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-I fell over on my scooter.

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-I've tried to tell her

-that she should be happy.

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-She needs to explain what it is

-if anyone looks at her.

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-That's what she does.

-She tells everyone.

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-I like these the most.

-Kelsey wants some of these.

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-She's my little sister

-but she's six like me now.

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-This is Dr Katerina.

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-She's come from Ruthin to work on

-Dewi Ward for six months.

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-She wants experience

-of working with children.

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-I try to treat them in the same way

-as I would treat an adult.

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-Obviously,

-the language is a bit different.

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-But apart from that,

-when you go into the room...

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-..it's important to speak to the

-child because they are the patient.

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-So, I speak directly to the child.

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-If the child is a bit scared...

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-..you can go around the corner

-and speak to Mam.

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-The child gets used to you

-after a while.

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-Then I try to make the chat

-a bit more fun.

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-It's like playing a game when you're

-listening to their chest and so on.

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-That always helps.

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-How old are you now, Ffion?

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-I'm six.

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-I'm nearly seven.

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-Are you? When's your birthday?

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-Are you? When's your birthday?

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-Christmas time.

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-I see. Are you preparing for it?

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-Um.. yes. I've had this.

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-You've had Wonder Woman!

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-That's nice.

-Is she going to come with you?

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-Is she going to help today?

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-Good.

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-Who brought you in today?

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-Who brought you in today?

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-Mam.

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-And Nain.

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-Do you know why you're here?

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-I'm going to have six teeth

-taken out.

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-Six?!

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-All of these?

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-No, these.

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-Oh, right. OK.

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-Have they been

-causing you some bother?

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-Yes.

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-I'm not sure

-what's happened to them.

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-They want to take them out because I

-don't want them to stay in my mouth.

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-I haven't started my training

-to become a GP yet.

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-For me, it was very important...

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-..to gain experience

-of a children's ward.

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-You see a lot of children

-when you are a GP.

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-It's good to be able

-to deal with things...

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-..that relieve the pressure

-on hospitals.

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-Also, my brother is four years

-younger than me.

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-We don't have many children

-in the family.

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-So just holding a baby

-was an experience in itself!

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-Okey-doke.

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-Is it OK if I ask Mam

-a few quick questions?

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-Then we'll do a bit of doctoring.

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-We'll have to use specific tubes.

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-OK. So.

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-Mam, a few questions.

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-Pregnancy. Was everything OK?

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-No, not really. I was so ill.

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-I lost about five stone

-when I was pregnant.

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-I had bad hyperemesis.

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-She stopped growing at 26 weeks.

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-She was IUGR.

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-Then when she was born, she had to

-go to Glan Clwyd Hospital...

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-..and she was on life support.

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-So she was in special care?

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-So she was in special care?

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-Yes.

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-How long for?

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-How long for?

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-In Glan Clwyd for a fortnight.

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-That was in intensive care. Then she

-was in SCBU here for a fortnight.

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-How's she been getting on

-since then?

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-She's done well

-considering how ill she was.

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-She looks fantastic.

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-She has some problems but it's

-to be expected after being so ill.

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-Compared with how ill she was,

-we've been lucky.

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-You've done really well.

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-Fair play. You're like Wonder Woman!

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-While Wonder Woman

-gets ready to go to theatre...

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-..in comes Deio Rhys, or Spot

-from Superted as he's known today.

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-His father explains.

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-We've just arrived this morning.

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-He has a rash over his legs

-and his face.

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-We came in on Friday night

-as it happens.

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-We thought it was chicken pox

-at that point.

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-He had a temperature.

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-His heart rate was up as well.

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-We were just a bit concerned

-this morning.

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-You went to see the GP this morning,

-didn't you?

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-They recommended that we come here

-just to be sure.

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-I was in London all weekend.

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-He didn't phone me until

-yesterday morning to tell me!

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-I thought it was chicken pox

-and it would just run its course.

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-I thought everything would be fine

-by this week.

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-But things don't always go to plan

-with children!

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-We're just worried,

-like all other parents.

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-He's one of four...

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-..so we're used to illnesses.

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-It's nothing serious.

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-The spots don't look very nice but

-it's nothing that can't be treated.

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-Are you alright?

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-We have some students here.

-A lot of people!

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-Nice to meet you.

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-I'm a senior doctor here.

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-What is the problem today?

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-What makes you worried?

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-They said on Friday night

-when he was here...

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-..that they thought

-it was chicken pox.

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-The rash didn't look right

-this morning.

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-So I made an appointment

-in the surgery.

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-His heart was going very fast

-in the surgery...

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-..and he had a high temperature

-this morning as well - 38.6.

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-He's had a consistent temperature

-since Friday night.

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-Hasn't he?

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-It has come down after Calpol.

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-Then it's been coming back up.

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-The doctor has seen him

-and he thinks it's impetigo.

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-It's quite a common infection

-in children.

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-We see it quite often.

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-It's contagious so it goes from

-one child to another.

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-That means

-that we see it quite often.

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-Usually they're not really unwell

-with it.

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-Sometimes they just need paracetamol

-because it's a bit itchy.

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-It can be painful

-especially around the mouth.

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-So when they eat,

-it can be quite painful.

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-A bit of paracetamol and antibiotics

-and they should be fine.

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-Time for the fairies

-to replace Wonder Woman...

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-..and take Ffion to theatre.

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-She has to have some teeth

-taken out.

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-But this little girl

-is a bit scared.

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-She was a bit tearful in the lift.

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-I think it's just the anxiety

-kicking in.

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-You'll be OK, lovely.

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-Don't cry.

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-Give Mam a hug.

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-Don't cry. You'll make me cry.

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-Ffion, under the care of Dr Sophie

-Gordon, is away with the fairies.

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-I'm a community dentist.

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-We tend to see children mostly.

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-Children are referred to us

-from their own dentist...

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-..if it's something they can't treat

-under local anaesthetic.

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-We see children in hospital

-when they have medical problems.

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-Some can't be awake to have

-a filling for example.

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-Today, we've seen a little girl.

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-We took out six teeth

-and filled two.

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-She has cerebral palsy and asthma.

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-That means she can't have

-ordinary treatment.

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-One of them was quite tricky

-to get out.

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-It was broken

-and only the roots were left.

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-With the other,

-there was a big hole.

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-Because the infection had been dealt

-with, they were easy to take out.

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-She'll be numb for about two hours

-and won't be able to feel anything.

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-We tell them not to eat any hot food

-for the first couple of hours.

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-Hopefully she'll be fine again

-in the next day or so.

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-Wonder Woman was able to stay

-throughout the operation...

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-..to keep an eye on her.

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-Today is Nurse Rachel's last day on

-Dewi Ward. Any excuse for a party!

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-It's nearly lunchtime.

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-Instead of Rachel going to buy

-lunch in the canteen...

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-.we're having a little tea party.

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-It's her last day.

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-We've collected some money

-and bought a card.

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-Just to thank her for her hard work.

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-Is it a surprise?

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-Yes. She has no idea.

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-She has been dropping subtle hints

-all week that she wanted something!

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-But I haven't said anything.

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-Surprise!

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-There was me

-thinking I was going to have chips.

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-I'm going to miss all the staff.

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-We're more than just colleagues.

-We're friends.

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-We see each other outside work.

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-I'm going to miss the children...

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-..especially those children

-who come here regularly.

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-I feel I've developed a close

-relationship with them...

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-..over eight years.

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-It's going to be...

-I think it will hit me on Friday.

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-Friday afternoon is busy

-on Dewi Ward.

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-Everyone needs to be seen

-before the weekend.

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-Ollie has just come in.

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-We're going to check his temperature

-and pulse and do a full assessment.

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-Then I'll discuss with the doctor

-to decide on the next steps.

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-It's what you expect

-at this time of year.

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-Over the weekend, he got better.

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-He was much better.

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-Then on Monday, he was sick.

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-I've just been

-keeping an eye on him.

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-He was hot and cold and hasn't been

-eating or drinking properly.

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-Obviously he hasn't had

-any wet nappies.

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-So we held on but we went

-to the doctor this morning.

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-She examined him

-but she wasn't happy.

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-So she sent him home in the hope

-that he would drink...

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-..and have a wet nappy.

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-But he hasn't

-so that's why we're here.

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-He's just turned two and he's never

-had antibiotics or anything.

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-He refuses to take Calpol

-so that doesn't help.

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-Sioned isn't just an ordinary nurse.

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-Oh, no.

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-She's a super nurse.

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-I've been doing a Masters in

-Advance Practice for about a year.

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-That will make me

-an Advanced Nurse Practitioner.

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-That means working

-as a senior nurse.

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-I'll be able to see new patients,

-care for them, treat them...

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-..and send them home

-if they're well enough...

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-..or send them to the ward

-for further treatment.

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-You're a big boy, aren't you?

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-..or anything like that.

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-I can't really put my finger

-on anything specific.

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-But his ear is red

-and his throat is red...

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-..and he has a temperature.

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-I'd say it's probably

-a viral illness.

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-That doesn't mean

-that we don't know what it is.

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-It means that it's not bacterial.

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-Bacterial infections

-can cause real problems.

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-I'd say it's a viral illness.

-You said he had a cold last week.

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-I think it's just taking a while

-to clear.

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-I'm not too concerned

-about him not eating.

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-I just want him to drink.

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-I just want him to drink.

-

-I'm not worried about the food.

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-If we can get him to drink,

-he'll then have a wee. Plan?

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-Lovely.

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-Good luck with the paracetamol.

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-We like a challenge.

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-For one little girl,

-the worst is over.

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-Four holes

-where there used to be four teeth.

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-They've taken those teeth out.

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-And they've taken the top ones out.

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-I feel a little bit different

-without my teeth.

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-Do you feel OK?

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-Do you feel OK?

-

-Dr Sophie Gordon visits Ffion.

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-Is your mouth a little bit numb?

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-Does it feel strange?

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-Can I just check that for you?

-Can I have a look in your mouth?

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-We did two fillings as well

-in the bottom.

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-We'll see how they go.

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-We might do the caps on those

-when she comes back in.

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-Lovely. Well done you.

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-Just look up for me.

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-Lovely.

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-Great.

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-Well done you.

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-There we are.

-The bad teeth have gone.

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-Well done.

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-Lovely. I'm happy.

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-If you feel well enough to have

-something to eat, you can go home.

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-OK?

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-Thank you.

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-Ollie, will you take some medicine?

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-In order to convince Ollie,

-everyone has moved to the playroom.

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-What's that? Postman Pat.

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-Wow.

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-Do you want to try and give it?

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-He's more likely to take it from you

-than from me.

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-I've tried!

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-Come and sit on my knee here.

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-Look at this train.

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-One, two, three.

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-Wow! Look.

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-He'll just spit it out.

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-Oh, dear me.

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-But Ollie's response

-is a clear no, never, no way!

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-Shall I put him on my knee?

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-Yes, you put him on your knee

-and I'll give the medicine.

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-Ollie, look.

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-The only other option

-is to give him a suppository.

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-In his bum.

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-In his bum.

-

-Yes.

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-We can do that.

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-We can do that.

-

-Is that like a painkiller?

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-Yes, it's exactly the same

-but we put it in his bum.

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-Do you want to try that?

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-Yes, to see if it works.

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-Otherwise we're not going anywhere.

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-He's going to get weaker

-if he won't drink.

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-Mam!

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-We'll get rid of this.

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-One little girl is going home

-with her little sister.

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-Say goodbye.

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-Meanwhile, Nurse Sioned is still

-trying to persuade Ollie...

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-..to take some paracetamol.

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-Ollie.

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-Do you want some toast?

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-What is it?

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-Have a look at what I've got.

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-Oh! What's that?

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-No?

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-You need to put it in your mouth.

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-Look. What do you think?

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-Unfortunately, he's connecting pain

-with swallowing.

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-If he was older, you could explain.

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-You can't reason

-with a two-year-old.

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-He doesn't understand.

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-He's decided it hurts

-so he's not going to do it.

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-Hey, cheeky!

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-But if he doesn't,

-we'll have to stay here.

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-Ooh! What?

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-Ooh! What?

-

-Train.

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-It looks as though

-it might be a long night.

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-Ffion is still waiting

-for her teeth to grow back.

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-Deio's spots cleared completely

-after a week of antibiotics.

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-In the end, Ollie took his medicine.

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-But Mam isn't looking forward

-to next time!

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Clefydau heintus, tynnu dannedd di-ri a diwrnod trist wrth i un o'r nyrsys ffarwelio â'r ward plant. Infectious diseases, multiple teeth extractions and a tearful goodbye. Last in series.