Robitussin Teaching 1769
SN instructed patient that Robitussin its used as a cough medicine, and it is sell over the counter. It contains (Dextromethorphan and guaifenesin) a combination medicine used to treat cough and chest congestion caused by the common cold, infections, or allergies. Common side effects may include: dizziness, drowsiness; sleep problems (insomnia); diarrhea; or feeling nervous, restless, anxious, or irritable. Robitussin Overdose may cause breathing problems and cardiac arrhythmia.
Hypothyroidism Teaching 1604
Caregiver A.L.F's staff was instructed in Hypothyroidism disease; on how symptoms differ among individuals, depending on the severity of the case: sensitivity to cold temperature, dry skin, constipation, forgetfulness, chronic fatigue, decreased heart rate, depression, hair loss, weight gain, muscle stiffness and cramping, lack of facial expression, enlarged tongue.
Enucleation Teaching 1437
The patient was instructed in enucleation explaining the importance of not rubbing, touching, or bounding the orbit or wearing eye makeup. The patient was taught in cleaning the lid and shows how to remove drainage by gently sweeping the cotton ball from the inner to the outer. The patient was instructed in the care of the eye socket how insert and remove if used. The patient was advised to wear an eye protection or patch to keep the socket clean until the prosthesis is fixed. The patient was instructed the need to protect the vision in the lasting eye. The patient was advised in the importance of good handwashing before managing ophthalmic medications. The patient was advised that with the loss of one eye, the field of vision is limited and profundity perception changes need to overstress head movements to achieve a full visual field. The patient was advised using caution during activities until patient adjusts to the loss.
Vitamin B1 Teaching 103
Instructed in Vitamin B1 and in S/E such as weakness, restlessness, nauseas, uriticaria, pruritus, tenderness, and ?induration after IM administration.
Cardiac Teaching 173
Instructed to always sit or lie down prior to taking NTG, as this medication dilates arteries, increasing blood supply to the heart, and may cause dizziness, or even fainting.
Miscellaneous Teaching 965
Instructed on the importance of washing hands thoroughly as well as disposing used tissues properly in order to avoid the spread of infections.
Hypoglycemia Teaching 1281
Patient was instructed on hypoglycemia. Mild hypoglycemia can make people feel hungry or nauseus . People Could also feel jittery or nervous. The heart may beat fast. The body may sweat. Or the skin might turn cold and clammy.
Cast care Teaching 1729
SN instructed patient about cast care: keep the cast clean and avoid getting dirt or sand inside the cast. Do not apply powder or lotion on or near the cast. Cover the cast when eating, do not place anything inside the cast, even for itchy areas. Sticking items inside the cast can injure the skin and lead to infection. Using a hair dryer on the cool setting may help soothe itching, do not pull the padding out from inside your cast.
Wound Care Teaching 1806
Instructed caregiver the patient are at high risk if the patient have or do the following: Neuropathy, Poor circulation, A foot deformity (e.g., bunion, hammer toe), Wear inappropriate shoes, Uncontrolled blood sugar, History of a previous foot ulceration.