Diseases Process

Colostomy care Teaching 2636

Instructed patient caregiver some foods can produce odor: eggs, cabbage, cheese, cucumber, onion, garlic, fish, dairy foods, and coffee are among them. If you find that certain foods bother you, avoid them. Use an odor-resistant pouch. Check to see that the skin barrier is stuck securely to your skin, empty the pouch often. Place special deodorant liquids and/or tablets in the pouch.

Colostomy care Teaching 2635

Instructed patient caregiver Eating regularly will help prevent gas, Eat smaller amounts of food 4 to 5 times a day. Do not skip meals to avoid gas or output.

Colostomy care Teaching 2634

Instructed patient caregiver certain foods may cause gas, such as eggs, cabbage, broccoli, onions, fish, beans, milk, cheese, carbonated drinks, and alcohol.

Colostomy care Teaching 2633

Instructed patient caregiver water will not hurt your ostomy. Normal exposure to air or contact with soap and water won’t harm the stoma. Water will not flow into the stoma. Soap will not irritate it, but soap may interfere with the skin barrier sticking to the skin. It’s best to only use water while cleaning the skin around your stoma. If you do use soap, be sure to rinse your skin well.

Colostomy care Teaching 2632

Instructed patient caregiver Change the pouching system regularly to avoid leaks and skin irritation. It's important to have a regular schedule for changing your pouch. Don't wait for leaks or other signs of problems, such as itching and burning.

General medication Teaching 2630

Patient instructed on medication Abilify. Abilify is used to treat the symptoms of psychotic conditions such as schizophrenia and bipolar I disorder (manic depression). It is also used together with other medicines to treat major depressive disorder in adults. Notify prescriber if unusual or bothersome side effects occur.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Teaching 2629

Patient is called prior to SN visit to ask if any of their relatives have symptoms associated with COVID 19, such as fever or dry cough.

Wound Care Teaching 2628

Instructed patient fresh fruits and vegetables eaten daily will also supply your body with other nutrients essential to wound healing such as vitamin A, copper and zinc. It may help to supplement your diet with extra vitamin C. Keep your wound dressed. Wounds heal faster if they are kept warm. 2- Instructed patient getting more sleep can help wounds heal faster eat your vegetables, stay active, don't smoke, keep the wound clean and dressed.

Discharge Teaching 2625

Patient recently discharge from acute hospital s/p intracranial hemorrhage and SN educated patient on s/s such as Weakness., Tingling, weakness, or paralysis (loss of movement) on one side of the body. Difficulty speaking, disorientation and confusion, loss of or change in vision, difficulty swallowing, change in level of consciousness (alertness) and advised patient and caregiver to contact medical professional if any noted.

Diabetes Teaching 2611

SN instructed patient and caregiver that exercise benefits people with diabetes and those at risk for diabetes by helping manage weight, by improving blood sugar levels, and by improving heart health. For a person with diabetes, exercise is just as important as diet and medication.