SN instructed patient eat an overall healthy dietary pattern that emphasizes: a variety of fruits and vegetables, whole grains, low-fat dairy products, skinless poultry and fish nuts and legumes non-tropical vegetable oils, ensure safe effective nutrition. Patient verbalized understanding.
SN instructed patient do not touch or handle your port unless you need to care for it. The port is flushed to prevent the catheter from becoming blocked and medicines from mixing.
SN instructed patient the following way you can help prevent an infection wash your hands, use soap or an alcohol-based hand rub to clean your hands. Check your skin every day for signs of infection, such as pain, redness, swelling, and oozing. Contact your primary healthcare provider if you see these signs.
SN instructed patient the dressing should be kept clean and dry. You should inspect the needle site area regularly. If the Port CAP seems to have moved, or you notice swelling, bruising, redness, or tenderness, contact your nurse intermediately.
SN monitored the insertion site, including its appearance and the condition of the dressing. Palpated the site to determine if it's edematous or tender. Instructed the patient to report any pain or discomfort as soon as possible and reinforced caregiver knowledge on proper IV medication administration, Advised the patient and caregiver to keep the IV access site clean and dry at all times, make sure the site is covered before bathing, and use hand wipes for hand hygiene.
Instructed patient caring for the tube Wash your hands with soap and water. If your doctor requested it, make a note of the amount of bile in the bag. Open the drainage port at the bottom of the bag. Empty the contents of the bag into the toilet. Clean the drainage port with soap and water, and close it.
Patient instructed Signs that your pacemaker isn't working as it should or you have developed an infection or blood clot include breathlessness, dizziness, fainting, prolonged weakness. A swollen arm on the side of the pacemaker.chest pains.prolonged hiccups.a high temperature of 38C or above. Patient instructed Tell your doctor if you gain weight, if your legs or ankles get puffy, or if you faint or get dizzy.
SN instructed patient about stents help keep coronary arteries open and reduce the chance of a heart attack. Stents help keep coronary arteries open and reduce the chance of a heart attack. A stent is inserted into the clogged artery with a balloon catheter. The balloon is inflated and the stent expands and locks in place. Then the balloon is removed and stent stays in place. This holds the artery open and allows blood to flow more freely.
SN instructed patient on stents. A stent is a tiny wire mesh tube. It props open an artery and is left there permanently. When a coronary artery (an artery feeding the heart muscle) is narrowed by a buildup of fatty deposits called plaque, it can reduce blood flow. If blood flow is reduced to the heart muscle, chest pain can result. If a clot forms and completely blocks the blood flow to part of the heart muscle, a heart attack results.
SN instructed patient and caregiver about Blood pressure. When checking blood pressure at home, Use the cuff's right size for the most accurate reading. Take a few deep breaths and relax for up to 5 minutes before measuring blood pressure do not talk or cross your feet or legs during the test. Measure the blood pressure at a few different times during the day. Patient and caregiver shown correct placement for blood pressure cuff, and is able to return demonstrate home blood pressure monitoring with 100% understanding.