SN instructed patient and caregiver about corona virus is a respiratory illness that causes fever, coughing, and shortness of breath. Call your doctor iImmediately or go to ER.
SN instructed patient and caregiver on the Coronavirus (COVID-19) virus that causes respiratory illness (like the flu) with symptoms such as a cough, fever and in more severe cases, pneumonia. Patient and caregiver verbalized understanding.
SN instructed patient and caregiver on how to prevent spread Coronavirus (COVID-19), wash hands frequently with soap and water for 20 seconds, cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when coughing or sneezing, use the nearest waste receptacle to dispose tissue after use, do not touch your eyes, nose or mouth with unwashed hands. They both verbalized understanding.
SN instructed caregiver that the medical home can schedule health maintenance visits frequently enough to be proactive about new issues, ensure that the family has access to reliable information, community services, and resources and coordinate care and interpret information or advice from specialists
SN instructed patient ways to clear nasal sinuses and to moisturize your sinuses by draping a towel over your head as you breathe in the vapor from a bowl of medium-hot water. Keep the vapor directed toward your face. Or take a hot shower, breathing in the warm, moist air to help ease pain and help mucus drain. Rinse out your nasal passages. Use a specially designed squeeze bottle, saline canister.
SN to assess cardiovascular status, identify any signs and symptoms of impaired cardiovascular function. Patient was instructed how can you care for yourself at home when you have a legs pain. Take pain medicines exactly as directed, rest your leg while you have pain, and avoid standing for long periods of time, make sure you are eating a balanced diet that is rich in calcium, potassium, and magnesium, your leg may be in a splint, a brace, or an elastic bandage.
SN instructed caregiver caring for someone having a mental health crisis introduce yourself calmly and clearly. Explain why you are there. Be polite and non-threatening but also be honest and direct. Listen to what they are saying in a non-judgmental way. Avoid confrontation. Ask them what they see as the main problem.
Instructed patient how prevent a decrease in physical activity. Prevent a decrease in mental activity. Encourage daily verbal communication. Be attentive and listen and accept their feelings. Request a consultation with physicians and rehabilitation staff, rehabilitation making regular visits to elderly evacuees.
Instructed patient how prevent a decrease in physical activity. Encourage activity including cooperation with neighboring evacuees, incorporate rehabilitative activity into daily life. Explain the benefits of activities such as walking/ exercise on health, and promote them. Sn leave patient calmly watching TV.
Instructed patient in lifestyle and home remedies that may help decrease edema and keep it from coming back. Before trying any self-care techniques, talk to your doctor about which ones are right for you. Compression, if one of your limbs is affected by edema, your doctor may recommend you wear compression stockings, sleeves or gloves, usually worn after your swelling has gone down, to prevent further swelling from occurring. These garments keep pressure on your limbs to prevent fluid from collecting in the tissue. Patient verbalized understanding.