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Avapro Teaching 30

Instructed in new medication Avapro to manage hypertension. In addition, warned of possible S/E such as fatigue, anxiety, dizziness, headache, chest pain, edema, tachycardia, pharyngitis, rhinitis, sinus abnormality, diarrhea, dyspepsia, abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, urinary tract infection, musculoskeletal trauma, or pain, upper respiratory tract infection, rash.

Angina pectoris Teaching 37

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.

Cardiac Teaching 421

Instructed patient on diagnosis of Pulmonary Edema, which is very likely to occur when there is an accumulation of fluid in the lungs, causing difficulty breathing. Contact your primary care physician if the condition worsens, or if you exhibit other symptoms.

Angina pectoris Teaching 1107

Taught that high blood pressure may constitute as a precipitating factor of Angina Pectoris.

Osteoporosis Teaching 1117

Instructed on some factors that may increase the risk of developing/exacerbating Osteoporosis, such as: alcohol and nicotine abuse (decreases calcium absorption and retention), among others.

Tracheostomy Teaching 1245

Instructed patient Don't allow a humidifier to empty.

Miscellaneous Teaching 1246

Instructed on the importance/need of taking all prescribed medications exactly as directed by MD.

Tracheostomy Teaching 1727

Instructed caregiver include ensuring that the tracheotomy tube is securely in place and is patent.

Gallbladder surgery Teaching 1780

Instructed patient high-fiber and gas-producing foods can also cause some people discomfort after gallbladder surgery, so you may want to introduce them slowly back into your diet. These include: Brussels sprouts, Broccoli, Cauliflower and Cabbage.

Wound Care Teaching 1897

SN instructed patient to always assess wound dry sterile dressing when removed for any symptoms / signs of infection, such as increase drainage amount, any odor, drainage color, etc . Check your temperature once or twice a day. Report any fever or increase pain.