Procedures

Personal hygiene Teaching 697

Patient was instructed on personal hygiene. Most infections, especially colds are caught when people put the unwashed hands (which may have germs) to the mouth. Hands and writs should be wash frequently with warm water and mild soap then dry them carefully with paper towel or hot air dryer.

Personal hygiene Teaching 698

Patient was instructed on personal hygiene. Soap and water are essential for keeping the skin clean. A mild soap will do the job adequately. Use a bath sponge for scrubbing but do not use abrasive material. Wash off well after soaping. Drying with a clean towel is very important. Avoid sharing soaps and towels.

Personal hygiene Teaching 699

Patient was instructed on personal hygiene. One of the most effective ways to protect ourselves from illness, or infections is a good personal hygiene. This means not only washing the hands but also the body. Hygiene also means being careful not to cough or sneeze on others, cleaning things that touched when ill, putting items such as tissues into a bin.

Personal hygiene Teaching 700

Patient was instructed on tips for a good personal hygiene such as, Keep the skin clean. People who live in warm climates or tend to sweat need to take extra care. Do not re-wear the clothes without washing them.

Personal hygiene Teaching 701

Patient was instructed on tips for a good personal hygiene. Have clean bed linen. Change them once a week and wash them well before using them again. It is important to air out the bedding regularly.

Personal hygiene Teaching 702

Patient was instructed on personal hygiene. Cover the mouth or turn away from people when coughing and sneezing. It

Personal hygiene Teaching 703

Patient was instructed on tips for a good personal hygiene. Wear socks. Sweaty feet trapped inside shoes are a recipe for bacterial growth. When at home, wear flip flop or something that opens the feet to the air but doesn

Personal hygiene Teaching 704

Patient was instructed on tips for a good personal hygiene. Use talcum or some other wetness-absorbing powder. Use talcum immediately after taking a bath wherever there are major sweat glands, i.e

Hurricane Teaching 223

Instructed patient and caregiver about nursing service procedures during a hurricane. Such services will be temporary suspended until event ceases. It is extremely important to know in advance if a friend, relative or any other person will be willing to take responsibility at the time of following treatment requirements.

Hurricane Teaching 224

Instructed patient that during a hurricane he/she should not be alone. Patient should go to a relative, family member or friend house until it is safe to return to his/her house. In the event that the patient has no family or friends he/she should go to the closest shelter for proper assistance.