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Instructed to take nitroglycerin at the first sign of angina, to rest in a lying or sitting position, to maintain a quiet enviroment and to get medical attention.
Instructed in use of Lopressor, to control high blood pressure.
Instructed patient about Avandia. This is an oral antidiabetic used to decrease blood sugar levels. Avandia is used in DM type II , alone or in combination of other oral antidiabetic drugs.
Instructed patient about complications requiring medical intervention associated with hypertension, such as: SOB, blurred vision, headache and extreme weakness.
Patient instructed that if after a fall he or she doesn
Patient was instructed on how to prevent Hypoglycemia: Start off every morning with a healthy breakfast containing fruits, vegetables and high fiber foods such oatmeal. Eat healthy food without skipping any meals during the day.
Taught that transient ischemic attacks (TIA), which are temporary impairment of blood flow to the brain, may precede a cerebrovascular accident (stroke).
Instructed on the importance of do not stop taking Crestor even if feeling well, unless otherwise directed by MD.
Instructed on some signs/symptoms of activity intolerance in response to physical activity, such as: shortness of breath and/or increased weakness, among others.
Instructed on some signs/symptoms of depression, such as: tiredness, listlessness and loss of interest in normal activities, among others.