Diseases Process

Diabetes Teaching 123

Instructed in measures important in management of diabetes mellitus: follow prescribed diabetic diet, see physician, dentist, and eye doctor regulary, take medications as ordered, exercise regularly.

Diabetes Teaching 124

Instructed in measures important in foot care of the diabetic: inspect feet dialy, report any foot problems to podiatrist or physician, wash feet dialy with warm soap and water and pat dry; especially between toes.

Diabetes Teaching 125

Instructed in how to recognize signs and symptoms of low blood sugar such as fatigue, headache, drowsiness, tremors, pale, moist skin, hunger anxiety, impared vision, etc.

Hypertension Teaching 126

Instructed in factors that increase the risk of hypertension such as age, race, family history, stress, high sodium intake, high cholesterol intake, obesity and a sedentary life style.

Asthma Teaching 128

Instructed in factors that increase the risk of asthma such as respiratory infection, cold air, emotional stress, allergens (dust, pollens, certain medicine, certain food, etc), environment pollution, exercise and fatigue.

Hypertension Teaching 129

Instructed in S/S of high blood pressure such as fatige, palpitation, dizziness, headaches, nosebleeds, blurring of vision.

Hypertension Teaching 130

Instructed in measures to control hypertension such as control stress, decrease cholesterol and sodium diet, take medication exactly as prescribed, etc.

Incontinence Teaching 132

Instructed in measures to protect skin such as keeping skin clean and dry, assessing frequently for skin breakdown, avoiding powder due to possible caking and irritation, etc.

Incontinence Teaching 133

Instructed in possible complication of urinary incontinence such as urinary tract infections (cloudy, foul-smelling, urine), depression and loss of self-esteem, skin breakdown, etc.

Alzheimer's disease Teaching 134

Instructed in measures that are beneficial to patients with Alzheimer's disease: explanation in a slow and simple language, maintaining familiar routine and approaching in a calm and slow manner.