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Crestor Teaching 926
Instructed on the importance of do not stopping Crestor even if feeling well, unless otherwise directed by MD.
Diabetes Teaching 375
Instructed patient about the importance of wearing a Medic Alert Bracelet.
Teaching 1571
Partient is unable for diabetic care due to multiples functional limitation such as poor vision, poor eyes/ hand coordination. No caregiver available at this time.
General information Teaching 457
Advised using salt substitutes (if permitted by MD), by seasoning food with condiments, such as lemon, parsley, cinnamon, etc.
Hypertension Teaching 868
Instructed on the importance of avoiding/decreasing sodium intake in order to decrease retention of fluid and the workload of the heart.
Foot care Teaching 630
Patient was instructed about to tell the doctor about any changes in sensation in the toes, feet, or legs. Speak up if note pain, tingling, a pins-and-needles feeling, numbness, or any other unusual signs - even if it seems trivial to the patient. Further teaching is needed.
Miscellaneous Teaching 944
Instructed on the importance of avoiding excess sugar and salt.
Furosemide Teaching 1689
Skilled nurse instructed patient about medication Furosemide, a 'water pill,' is used to reduce the swelling and fluid retention caused by various medical problems, including heart or liver disease. It is also used to treat high blood pressure. It causes the kidneys to get rid of unneeded water and salt from the body into the urine. Tell your doctor if any of these symptoms are severe or do not go away: muscle cramps, weak.
General medication Teaching 6
Instructed to don't stop taking your medication or change dosage without talking to your health-care provider, even if you're feeling better.
Catheter Teaching 1412
The patient was instructed in cardiac catheterization on care of the puncture site. The patient was advised that bruising of and around the insertion site is normal.