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Hyperglycemia Teaching 752

Patient was instructed on Hyperglycemia. The symptom of being frequently thirsty is due to the fact that the body can sense the excess water that is being lost because of the frequent urinating and the normal response is to become thirsty.

Fall precautions Teaching 811

Instructed patient to install light switches at both the top and bottom of stairways.

Angina pectoris Teaching 844

Taught that resting in a lying or sitting position is aimed to reducing/controlling an episode of Angina Pectoris.

Folic Acid Teaching 935

Instructed on the importance of taking Folic Acid regularly and at the same time each day, as directed by MD, in order to get the most benefit from it.

Angina pectoris Teaching 1106

Taught that nicotine inhaling may constitute as a precipitating factor of Angina Pectoris.

Diabetes Teaching 1223

Instructed on some signs/symptoms of low blood sugar (hypoglycemia), such as: tremors and pale, moist skin, among others.

Seroquel Teaching 1336

Particularly during the first few days of therapy, seroquel can cause low blood pressure, with accompanying dizziness, fainting, and rapid heartbeat.

Actonel Teaching 1345

Serious side effects of Actonel are chest pain, difficulty or pain when swallowing, pain or burning under the ribs or in the back, new or worsening heartburn, severe joint, bone, or muscle pain, or jaw pain, numbness, or swelling. Stop taking the medication and call the doctor immediately if any of these side effects occur.

Pericarditis Teaching 1500

The patient was instructed in pericarditis to evade people with colds or flu. The patient was advised that sitting up and inclined forward on a table may relief chest discomfort.

Wound Care Teaching 1561

Instructed patient consider nutritional supplementation/support for nutritionally 
consistent with overall goals of care.