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-Ysbyty Gwynedd provides refuge

-at a time of crisis...

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-..for children in North West Wales.

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-Some are only here

-for a couple of hours.

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-We'll be ready about 10 o'clock.

-I'll speak to you after that.

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-When it's your child,

-everything goes through your mind.

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-You don't know what to do

-for the best.

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-Others are taken urgently

-to Liverpool.

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-We have a transfer going out

-tonight. Could you go on it?

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-It doesn't matter what age.

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-It doesn't matter what age.

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-I don't like needles!

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-It's fine, you're on the children's

-ward. Everybody gets to have cream.

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-You can be Mam's baby.

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-I couldn't go to work.

-I'd be too worried.

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-Or Dad's baby.

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-There is a warm welcome and care

-available on the children's ward.

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-This young man is Sean Cook.

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-Five years ago, he had a cyst

-behind his left eardrum.

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-It was taken out

-but it may have come back.

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-Let's pop this cream on your hand.

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-You're never too old

-for the magic cream.

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-That will numb it all for you.

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-So you shouldn't feel anything

-when you have the needle.

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-I don't know if I'm supposed to

-have it but I'm a bit of a baby...

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-..and I don't like needles

-or injections so I asked!

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-It's fine. Everybody on the

-children's ward gets to have cream.

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-I'm here today

-to have another operation on my ear.

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-If I lie on one side in bed, I can't

-hear anything through my ear.

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-So it's really affecting my hearing.

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-The man who's going to give Sean

-the treatment he needs...

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-..is Mr Philip Moore.

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-It was always Mr Moore's dream

-to be a surgeon.

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-I'd wanted to be a doctor since I

-was in primary school to be honest.

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-I was lucky enough

-to pass my A level exams...

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-..well enough

-to start studying Medicine...

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-..in Barbados.

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-Good morning.

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-Good morning.

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-Morning. How are you?

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-So, what's been the problem

-recently?

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-I'm still getting some discharge.

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-OK. Any pain?

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-No, it doesn't hurt.

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-OK, right.

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-We're going to have a look

-inside your ear.

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-It's possible that we can just

-get rid of the infection...

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-..and sort out the bones

-behind the ear drum.

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-We'll just fix the ear drum.

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-Hopefully everything will be OK

-after that.

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-Mr Moore is talking about

-the mastoid bone.

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-It's causing Sean some problems.

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-It's possible

-that there is a new infection...

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-..that has developed.

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-That would be in the mastoid cavity.

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-So we're just going to have a look

-to see what's going on...

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-..and we're going to clean out

-the mastoid cavity again.

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-OK.

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-Well, we're be ready

-at about ten o'clock.

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-I'll talk you after that.

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-There we are.

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-There we are.

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-Thank you.

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-You're welcome. See you later.

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-We've seen him quite a few times.

-We're good friends!

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-He's a bit of a character.

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-He's very easy to talk to.

-It's easy to ask him questions.

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-We're not shy at all. We've seen him

-enough times to be able to ask him.

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-Hopefully we won't have to

-see him again after this time!

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-It's difficult

-to ask a baby a question.

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-It's also difficult when that baby

-is the mother's first child.

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-I've just completed

-a paediatric first aid course.

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-They tell you on the course

-to be completely calm...

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-..but when it's your child

-it doesn't work like that.

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-Everything goes through your mind.

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-You don't know what to do

-for the best.

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-But Mark, my partner,

-just told me to calm down.

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-I phoned out of hours and 999...

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-..and he helped calm Tili down.

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-I'm so glad he was there.

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-If I'd been on my own,

-I would have been a wreck.

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-Tili came in around 5.00am

-yesterday morning.

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-She's not been well

-over the last three or four weeks.

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-They think it's a viral illness.

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-She has had antibiotics this time...

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-..just in case

-she had a blood infection as well.

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-At the moment,

-her blood seems to be OK.

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-But we need to wait for the results

-of her cultures tomorrow...

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-..just to make sure they're clear

-before she stops taking antibiotics.

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-A night in hospital for Tili.

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-Here's Dad, with a bag full of stuff

-to pass the time.

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-But I think Tili's had enough

-of being here already.

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-Sorry, she does it every time.

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-She's taken the tube out of her arm.

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-You don't always need to be able to

-talk to say, "I'm ready to go home."

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-There we go.

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-There we go.

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-Thank you.

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-Cheeky monkey.

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-The call has come for Sean. Mr Moore

-and his team are ready in theatre.

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-Mr Cooke here. Sean.

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-I'm Arwel. How are you?

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-I'm Arwel. How are you?

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-Not bad, thanks. Are you OK?

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-Great.

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-Have you come far?

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-Have you come far?

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-Pardon.

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-Have you come far today?

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-Have you come far today?

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-No. Near Caernarfon.

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-Are you a Cofi?

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-Are you a Cofi?

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-No, not quite.

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-Cofis are the best.

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-Cofis are the best.

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-Best in the world.

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-What are we doing today, Sean?

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-What are we doing today, Sean?

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-My ear.

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-So we're looking at the mastoid

-and exploring it.

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-On the right side. Is it marked?

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-On the right side. Is it marked?

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-Yes.

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-Have you had anything to eat?

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-Have you had anything to eat?

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-No.

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-Have you had any chewing gum?

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-Have you had any chewing gum?

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-No.

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-No sips of Red Bull or anything?

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-No sips of Red Bull or anything?

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-No.

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-We'll go down to the other room now.

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-They've just redone the walls here.

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-Do you like it?

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-Do you like it?

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-Nice.

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-The artist was here

-for about a fortnight.

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-It's really nice.

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-OK? I don't think

-you need my help to drive!

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-Back on Dewi Ward...

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-..Dr Mair is assessing

-who's well enough to go home.

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-Good morning.

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-I'm fine, thank you. Hello!

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-Let's have a listen.

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-It's a bit more noisy today. It may

-be because it's all a bit looser.

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-Has she been coughing much?

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-Has she been coughing much?

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-Yes.

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-And when she sneezes,

-lots of mucus comes out.

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-That's a good thing.

-It's not nice but it's good.

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-Are you listening to me?

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-She is definitely better.

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-She may not be 100%

-but she's better than she was.

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-If the cultures are negative,

-we'll take this out.

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-She can go home

-to finish getting better.

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-If there's anything in the cultures,

-we'll carry on with the antibiotics.

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-But from looking at her today,

-I'm hopeful it will be clear.

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-There we are. Great.

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-Thank you.

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-If the blood cultures

-are negative...

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-..we'll stop the antibiotics

-and she can go home.

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-Sean can't go anywhere

-before facing his fear of needles.

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-You'll be fine.

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-Has the magic cream worked?

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-Not really.

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-Can you feel my hand?

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-No, not really.

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-Let's squeeze your arm.

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-Can you open and close your fist

-for me?

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-Keep going.

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-Just relax. Don't look.

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-Just relax.

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-Look at Mam.

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-I've a lot of money here.

-Pretend you're grabbing it.

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-Relax. Close your eyes and imagine

-you're in Dinas Dinlle.

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-OK?

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-Close your eyes. You're brave.

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-There we go. It's over.

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-The shop's closed.

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-You can open this.

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-That was OK, wasn't it?

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-Yes.

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-Yes.

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-I didn't feel anything.

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-Me neither. Did you, Mam?

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-Me neither. Did you, Mam?

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-No, I'm OK.

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-I do this for everyone.

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-Breathe in and out a few times.

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-Try to get a good breathing rhythm.

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-You just focus on taking nice deep

-breaths all the way in and out.

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-Breathe in that pure oxygen.

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-We're going to start

-drifting you off to sleep now.

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-It sometimes feels a bit achey

-in your arm and a bit cold.

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-It gives you very good dreams.

-Think of somewhere nice.

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-You're going to feel

-more and more sleepy.

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-Just go with that feeling.

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-Well done.

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-You're going to feel

-more and more sleepy.

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-You might notice

-a bit of a sweet smell as well.

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-This tube is going into

-Sean's lungs.

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-Once it's in, we'll put air in this

-cuff which will seal everything.

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-Nothing can go in or out

-of the lungs once it's in place.

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-The way down isn't straight.

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-They need a wire,

-called a stylet, to help.

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-You can pop it in there.

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-Put a nice bend on it.

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-We're putting a stylet in the tube

-so that we can bend the tube...

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-..to go around the corner,

-if you like.

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-It will go into Sean's lungs.

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-I'm just moving the lungs

-to make it easier for him to see.

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-Pass me a 20ml one.

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-OK, that's fine.

-That's in the right place.

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-OK, that's all done.

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-He can go into theatre now.

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-Happy to go? Great.

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-Sometimes, a little girl can give

-her grandmother quite a fright.

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-Isn't that right,

-Loti Wynn Williams?

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-Loti Williams.

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-Thank you.

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-Especially when Nain is babysitting.

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-Where would you like to sit?

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-Where would you like to sit?

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-It's up to you.

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-Take a seat here.

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-She's had to phone Dad

-to come to the hospital from work.

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-Here he is.

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-She hasn't been breathing well

-for the last two nights.

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-She's got worse.

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-Nain took her to the doctor today

-and the doctor sent her here...

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-..to check out what's wrong

-with her little lungs.

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-Isn't that right?

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-She seems happy enough now.

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-This is the best I've seen her

-for a while.

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-There we are.

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-Where are we then?

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-And the doctor's coming now!

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-Where's the doctor?

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-I've come straight from work.

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-I had to come.

-I wouldn't have been able to work.

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-I'd be too worried.

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-Hiya. I'm Tracey. I'll just

-take her temperature and so on.

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-I'll ask you all the questions.

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-Then a doctor will come to see her.

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-Great.

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-The first thing I need is a toe.

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-So if you can take off her tights.

-Did you say she needs a clean nappy?

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-There's a lot of rumbling

-going on down there.

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-I'll fetch the scales

-and we'll weigh her as well.

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-Can I change her here?

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-Strip her off

-and I'll fetch the scales.

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-Sean's operation was supposed to

-last two hours but has taken four.

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-Do you want a drink?

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-I have a horrible taste.

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-We thought he'd only be in there for

-about 90 minutes so we were worried.

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-But he seems OK.

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-His face is more swollen this time

-than before.

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-But we're just glad to see him back.

-I'll ask the doctor later.

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-Just glad to have him back.

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-What Sister Tracey is about to do

-to little Loti looks cruel.

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-But it's not, I promise you.

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-Yay!

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-Good girl.

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-There we go.

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-Oh, missus.

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-She did this last time, didn't she?

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-There we are, lovely.

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-Good girl.

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-Without that large

-plastic mouthpiece...

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-..the medicine would go everywhere.

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-Even if it was used by an adult.

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-Good girl.

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-There you go.

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-It's OK.

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-It's OK.

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-Yay!

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-Good girl.

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-Come here.

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-The ENT specialist, Mr Moore,

-is from Barbados.

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-He's back on Dewi Ward to explain

-why Sean was in theatre for so long.

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-He explains in Welsh.

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-I started learning Welsh

-after moving to Wales.

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-That was seven years ago.

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-I decided to learn the language...

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-..because Welsh

-is the local language.

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-I think it's easier to give

-good treatment to the patients...

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-..if I can explain everything

-in their mother tongue.

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-We've been able to take out

-all the infection.

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-A cholesteatoma had grown again

-behind the eardrum.

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-I'd always wanted to learn

-another language.

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-So it's a wonderful experience.

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-It was a massive opportunity...

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-..just to start learning Welsh.

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-Hopefully

-he won't have to come back again.

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-We've packed the ear

-with an antibiotic dressing.

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-Just like the last time...

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-..we can take it out in clinic

-in three weeks.

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-OK, great.

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-Thank you very much.

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-No problem at all.

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-It looks as though Sean

-just needs to sleep for a while.

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-He says it's really painful.

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-Really? OK, we'll see.

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-If he still feels ill, it's better

-that we keep him in overnight.

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-Then he can go home in the morning.

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-Alright.

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-Great. Thank you.

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-You're welcome.

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-To be honest, my mother

-has also started learning Welsh!

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-So sometimes,

-she sends me a message in Welsh!

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-But to be honest,

-I think she uses Google Translate.

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-Shall I follow you?

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-Shall I follow you?

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-Yes, that's it.

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-Poor Loti has to stay in overnight.

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-Her blood oxygen levels are too low.

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-She'll be sleeping here tonight.

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-This is her bed.

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-You're going to jail!

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-This is much better. She kept

-falling off the other one.

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-I'll put this on her foot.

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-Shall I put the sides up for you?

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-Yes, or she'll climb out.

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-Keeping Loti in is causing

-Sister Tracey some problems.

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-Dr Kubwalo has decided...

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-..that one of her patients

-has to go to Liverpool.

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-That means one fewer nurse

-on Dewi Ward tonight.

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-Ward 1C at Alder Hey.

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-Ward 1C at Alder Hey.

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-Transfer?

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-Yes.

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-Who's going to transfer him?

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-Who's going to transfer him?

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-Let's talk about it with Tracey.

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-OK. Yeah. Yeah.

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-Hi. Staff nurse here on Dewi Ward.

-Is Debbie about please?

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-At the moment, we're full. We have

-one patient more than capacity.

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-So we have to wait for Dr Kubwalo

-to review all the patients.

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-But we also have a little baby

-who needs to go to Liverpool.

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-So we have to try and find a nurse

-to come in to go with the baby.

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-There's a little bit

-of organizing to do.

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-We're looking for staff

-and it's 6.00pm.

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-It's a bit short notice.

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-Karen?

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-Instead of what?

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-Could she come in

-just to cover the transfer?

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-Yeah.

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-Yeah.

-

-I'll try her.

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-Try everyone.

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-Do you fancy going on a transfer?

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-No, not on the transfer.

-Here to cover.

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-Oh, no. Coming in to cover

-while there's a transfer.

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-Don't worry if you can't.

0:21:180:21:20

-We have a transfer going tonight.

-Do you think you could go?

0:21:210:21:25

-No? No problem.

0:21:250:21:26

-She's on her way home from the gym.

-She'll discuss it with her husband.

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-Within the hour, the baby

-is on the way to Liverpool.

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-I managed to get hold

-of one of the girls...

0:21:400:21:42

-..to come in to cover the ward.

0:21:420:21:44

-One of the girls on the night shift

-will have to go on the transfer.

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-So one girl is coming in just

-for a few hours to cover the ward.

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-Just so that we have enough staff.

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-It's one big jigsaw!

0:21:580:21:59

-Indeed, but it's fine. Sorted.

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-The staffing problem

-has been solved.

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-The nurses can carry on

-with the task...

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-..of caring for

-the little patients on Dewi Ward.

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-How do you feel now?

0:22:130:22:17

-Not bad, thanks.

0:22:170:22:18

-I'm starting to feel better.

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-I'll put a bandage over this

-because it's a bit loose.

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-How's the head? I understand

-you were a bit dizzy earlier.

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-No, it's OK now.

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-You had some pain relief earlier

-so that should have improved.

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-Yes.

0:22:350:22:36

-I'm just going to check your

-heartbeat, pulse and temperature.

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-Just to make sure you're OK

-after the operation.

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-If you need anything overnight...

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-..my name is Jess so please

-ring the bell or come to get me.

0:22:470:22:51

-Have you had enough to eat?

0:22:520:22:54

-And drink?

0:22:540:22:55

-Yes, thanks.

0:22:550:22:57

-Do you want a piece of toast?

0:22:570:22:58

-Do you want a piece of toast?

-

-I'm OK, thanks.

0:22:580:22:59

-Sean's operation was a success...

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-..but he still has earache

-occasionally.

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-Loti has to wait until she's two

-years old to have an asthma test.

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-But at the moment,

-she's in good health.

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-Tili is now a year old

-and is still catching colds!

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Wardiau'n cau, cleifion yn cael eu symud ar frys a llawfeddyg o Farbados sy'n siarad Cymraeg. Ward closures, emergency transfers and a Welsh speaking surgeon from Barbados!


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