Ulcerative Colitis Teaching 1531
The patient was instructed in ulcerative colitis (Crohn’s Disease, Inflammatory Bowel Disease in the need for perianal care daily and after each bowel movement. The patient was taught perianal and perianeal skin care. The patient was encouraged a diet is bland, low in residue, fiber, and fat, but high in protein, calories, carbohydrates, and vitamins. The patient was recommended to evade seasoned foods, raw fruits and vegetables, foods containing rough cereals, bran, seeds or nuts, milk, fatty or fried foods, caffeine, alcohol and carbonated beverages.
Vancomycin Teaching 1285
SN instructed patient on Vancomycin adverse effects such as: erythroderrma, thrombocytopenia, neutropenia, ototoxicity, and nephrotoxicity. Patient verbalized understanding of instructions given.
Hepatitis Teaching 1774
SN instructed patient and caregiver on Hepatitis C which in an infection caused by a virus that attacks the liver and leads to inflammation. Sympotms of hepatitis such as fatigue, nausea or poor appetite. Riks factors and complications of Hepatitis C such as liver cancer and liver failure.
Wellbutrin Teaching 67
Instructed in new medication Wellbutrin to manage depression. In addition, warned of possible S/E such as headache, seizures, anxiety, confusion, delusions, euphoria, hostility, impaired sleep quality, insomnia, sedation, tremor, akinesia, akathisia, agitation, dizziness, fatigue, syncope, fever, arrhythmias, hypertension, hypotension, palpitations, tachycardia, auditory disturbances, blurred vision, dry mouth, taste disturbance, increased appetite, constipation, dyspepsia, nausea, vomiting, anorexia, diarrhea, impotence, menstrual complaints, urinary frequency, urine retention, weight loss, weight gain, arthritis, pruritus, rash, cutaneous temperature disturbance, excessive diaphoresis, chills and decreased libido.
Advised to avoid prolonged sun exposure and to use sun block.
Insulin Teaching 738
Instructed patient on the importance to inject insulin not exactly in the same place each time, but move around in the same area so the insulin reaches the blood with the same speed with each shot.
Urostomy Teaching 1830
Instructed patient How can a urostomy fit into you lifestyle: Stay active and exercise as directed. Ask your caregiver about the best exercise plan for you. Wear your pouch when you swim. Use waterproof tape over the edges of your skin barrier to keep your pouch from leaking.
Precautions for diabetes Teaching 721
Patient was instructed on some precautions to prevent diabetes complications. Elevate lower extremities whenever sitting or lying to promote venous return and this decrease and prevent edema.
Hyperglycemia Teaching 1730
Patient was instructed If you eat more food than is balanced with your physical activity and, in some cases, diabetes medicines, your blood glucose level may rise above your goal range. Carbohydrate-containing foods directly affect your blood glucose level after eating, so reviewing the amount of carbohydrate in your meals and snacks may be helpful in determining the cause of hyperglycemia.
Rheumatoid arthritis Teaching 1048
Taught that eating well-balanced meals high in protein, vitamins and iron is a measure aimed to controlling/managing Rheumatoid Arthritis.
COPD Teaching 824
Instructed on some techniques aimed to performing effective coughing.