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Day 10 Speaking Tasks

Introductory Question 10

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Role Play Question

You are a community health nurse. The patient’s (Mrs. Bertha Campbell) family doctor at the hospital has asked you to go to the patient’s house to teach her about how to give insulin injections herself. The patient is worried as she doesn’t understand why it is necessary for her to start insulin injections, as she thinks that she is able to manage her diabetes perfectly well with diet and tablets.

Tasks

  • Explain to the patient why insulin injections are necessary.
  • Explain in detail the process of administering an insulin injection.
  • Reassure the patient that it is a simple process, if you find that the patient is anxious.
  • Explain the importance of using sterile needles, the process of performing, proper needle disposal and general sites for injections.

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  • Question of

    How does insulin help?

    • Insulin help the body use food for energy.
    • Insulin helps body use food for energy.
    • Insulin helps the body use food for energy.
    • Insulin helps body use food for energy.
  • Question of

    Will I need to take insulin fore ever?

    • No, Mr Dev, some people with type 2 diabetes only need to take insulin for a short time.
    • Yes, Mr Dev, most people with type 2 diabetes need to take insulin for ever.
    • Yes, Mr Dev, some people with type 2 diabetes need to take insulin for ever.
  • Question of

    Can we bring the blood sugar level to a manageable low without insulin?

    • No, blood sugar cannot become manageable by diet and exercise.
    • Definitely, blood sugar becomes manageable by diet and exercise.
    • Not completely but blood sugar becomes manageable by diet, exercise, and oral medication.
  • Question of

    Does insulin have any side effects?

    • Yes, there are, such as hypoglycemia, or low blood sugar.
    • Yes, there are, as hypoglycemia, or low blood sugar.
    • Yes, there are, such as hypoglycemia and low blood sugar.
  • Question of

    How does it occur?

    • Hypoglycemia occur when you take more insulin than needed.
    • Hypoglycemia occurs when you take more insulin than needed.
    • Hypoglycemia occur when you take more insulin more than needed.
  • Question of

    How does that happen?

    • It can happens if you accidentally take too much insulin.
    • It happen if you accidentally take too much insulin.
    • It can happen if you accidentally take too much insulin.

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