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Depression Teaching 1007
Instructed on some signs/symptoms of depression, such as: withdrawal, isolation and self-neglect, among others.
Lopressor Teaching 164
Instructed in possible adverse reactions to Lopressor, including fatigue, lethargy, dizziness, low heart rate, low blood pressure, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, rash, and fever.
Activity Intolerance Teaching 1159
Taught that resting frequently during an activity to allow the heart to recover is a measure aimed to increasing tolerance in response to increased physical activity.
Bone Marrow Teaching 1381
The patient was instructed in bone marrow suppression that will be more susceptible to infection, bleeding, and anemia. The patient was encouraged in the prevention of the infection by eating healthy meals, keep mouth, teeth and gums clean, avoid people who are sick. The patient was encouraged in the prevention of the bleeding avoiding physical activities that could cause injuries. The patient was encouraged in the prevention in the anemia by eating a high-protein diet, and multivitamin supplement with minerals.
Thoracentesis Teaching 1535
The patient was instructed in thoracentesis in the need that movement or coughing during the process is prohibited to prevent unintentional needle injury to the lung or pleura. The patient was advised that if coughing is inavoidable the physician can remove the needle a little to prevent hole. The patient was reviewed to evade persons with upper respiratory tract infections.
General teaching Teaching 209
Instructed in the importance of addressing Advance Directives to ensure compliance with client's wishes and medical needs.
Vasotec Teaching 146
Instructed in possible adverse reactions to Vasotec, including headache, dizziness, fatigue, drop in B/P, diarrhea, and nausea. Instructed to report any adverse reactions to MD.
Bone Cancer Teaching 1379
The patient was instructed in bone cancer that has undergone extremity save that he or she will no recover preoperative manner and will be partially disabled.
Potassium Teaching 144
Instructed that excess Potassium may cause extreme muscle weakness and insufficient Potassium may cause muscle cramps, especially of lower extremities. Instructed to notify MD should any of these symptoms occur.
Emphysema Teaching 1074
Taught that Emphysema is a chronic, irreversible lung disease caused by recurrent inflammation resulting in the destruction of lung tissue.