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Hypoglycemia Teaching 774
Patient was instructed on hypoglycemia. Hypoglycemia may result from a variety of causes, which include: Alimentary hypoglycemia. Hypoglycemia within 1 to 2 hours after a meal sometimes occurs when stomach contents empty into the intestines too rapidly. This causes the rapid absorption of glucose into the blood and an overproduction of insulin (hyperinsulinism) in response. This problem may develop after surgery for peptic ulcers, obesity, or other stomach problems.
Teaching 1516
The patient was instructed in sickle cell anemia in the need to evade persons with infections. The patient was advised to blow the nose gently, evade coughing.
Rheumatoid arthritis Teaching 51
Instructed to recognize S/S of Rheumatoid arthritis such as loss of appetite, fatigue, weakness, pain and tenderness of joint, weight loss, swelling, etc.
General information Teaching 50
Instructed in the importance of including more fiber in diet if not contraindicate. Instructed to take fresh fruit, cooked or stewed fruits, green vegetables, root vegetables and whole grain food.
Wound Care Teaching 157
Instructed in refusal to observe wound care or participate with care if they feel unable/uncomfortable with this procedure.
Rheumatoid arthritis Teaching 52
Instructed in complication of rheumatoid arthritis such as deformity and disability, infections and osteoporosis.
Coronary Artery Disease Teaching 1023
Taught that stages of Atherosclerosis can range from a fatty streak to a complicated lesion.
General information Teaching 251
Instructed patient to take medication with food to minimize GI outset.
Hypothyroidism Teaching 280
Instructed patient on how hypothyroidism is a condition resulting from a deficiency of the thyroid hormone.
Teaching 1526
SN instructed patient that Ampicillin may cause diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, or rash.