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Instructed to don't stop taking your medication or change dosage without talking to your health-care provider, even if you're feeling better.
Instructed in possible assistance to improve mobility such as a rehabilitation nurse (assists with exercises), physical therapy, occupational therapy, etc.
Instructed in the importance of addressing Advance Directives to ensure compliance with client's wishes and medical needs.
Patient was instructed on hypertension. Blood pressure is a measure of how hard the blood pushes against the walls of the arteries as it moves through the body. It
Patient was instructed on list of measures to prevent falls at home: If feel dizzy and lose the vision checked regularly. With poor vision condition patient may lose important cues that help to avoid objects and keep the balance.
Patient was instructed on foot care: a podiatrist can also fit patient with shoe inserts called orthotics to support the feet if have diabetic nerve pain or the muscles have become weak from nerve damage. If pain or weakness is so severe that it's too painful or even impossible to walk, a foot brace or orthopedic shoes might help. Further teaching is needed.
Instructed in use of Procardia to control chest pain and high blood pressure.
Instructed on some signs/symptoms of depression, such as: decreased ability to concentrate and physical complaints, among others.
SN instructed patient about rheumatoid arthritis and how it is a chronic disease that causes pain, stiffness, swelling, and loss of function in the joints. It occurs when your immune system mistakenly starts attacking healthy tissue.
Instructed patient call your doctor if it is does not get better when you treat it.If your stoma is leaking, your skin will get sore, be sure to treat any skin redness or skin changes right away, when the problem is still small. Do not allow the sore area to become larger or more irritated before asking your doctor about it, If your stoma becomes longer than usual (sticks out from the skin more), try a cold compress, like ice wrapped in a towel, to make it go in.