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Diabetes Teaching 386
Instructed patient about the importance of keeping BS levels as close to normal as possible.
General information Teaching 468
Patient was instructed on appropriate nutrition. Choose liquid oils for cooking instead of solids fats that can be high in saturated trans fats. Remember that fasts are high in calories.
Parkinson Teaching 84
Instructed in measures to control or to live with Parkinson's disease such as exercising daily with regular rest periods, learning walking techniques, following safety precautions, obtaining adequate nutrition, obtaining emotional support, taking medication as ordered, getting help as needed, wearing an identification bracelet, etc.
Breathing Teaching 678
Patient was instructed on irregular breathing. Irregular breathing will hamper the purification process and cause waste products to remain in circulation. Digestion will then become irregular, leaving tissues and organs undernourished. Improper oxygen consumption will thus ultimately lead to fatigue and heightened anxiety states.
VAC Teaching 1833
Instructed patient about vacuum assisted closure ( VAC ) therapy the length of time to heal a wound is different for every patient. General conditions, size and location of the wound, and nutritional status can affect the time it takes for a wound to heal. Your clinician will discuss when and why V.A.C. therapy may begin and end.
Lung Cancer Teaching 1474
The patient was instructed in lung cancer the importance of evading persons with higher respiratory area infections. The patient was advised that after release should evade heavy lifting. The patient was instructed in examine radiation places daily. The patient was advised in skin precaution, including care of color markings and the need to evade use of soap and other ointments. The patient was instructed to evade close-fitting or compressing clothing around the radiation place. The patient was advised that weakness and other side effects begin during the first week of therapy and slowly disappear 2 to 4 weeks after therapy ends.
Cholesterol Teaching 70
Instructed in foods high in cholesterol such as organ meats, red meats, fatty poultry, shrimp, bacon, cold cuts, hot dogs, saturated fats (found in animal fats and coconut oil), palm kernel, cocoa butter, hydrogenated fats, chocolate, margarine, nondairy substitutes, whole milk, egg yolks, fried foods and others.
Aortic Aneurysm Teaching 1372
Advised hypertensive patients to keep blood pressure under control and alleviate excessive pressure on the vessels, including the site of repair the aortic aneurysm.
Losartan Teaching 1734
Instructed patient about Losartan, it is used toTreat hypertension and reducing the risk of stroke in patients with hypertension and left ventricular hypertrophy. Possible SE/AR may include, Diarrhea, Muscle cramps, Dizziness, Insomnia, Nasal congestion. Losartan also may cause: A persistent cough, an increase serum potassium and Impotence.
Constipation Teaching 1003
Instructed on some potential complications of constipation, such as: rectal bleeding and rectal pain, among others.