Patient was instructed on measures for fire safety. If someone gets burned, immediately place the wound under cool water for two minutes. If the burn blisters or chars, see a doctor immediately.
Patient instructed about safety measures during hurricane season. Instructed patient not to use a generator inside the house, carbon monoxide poisoning may occur and it is usually fatal.
Patient was instructed on measures for fire safety: Do not overload circuits. Turn off all appliances before leaving the home. i.e., iron, oven, curling iron etc.... install a smoke detector on each floor and always check batteries.
Patient was instructed on measures for fire safety:Call-Feel a door before opening it (if it
Patient instructed to contact primary physician if current pain treatment stops working or pain begins to get worse over time.
Patient was instructed on pain management. Diabetes can destroy small blood vessels, which in turn can damage the nervous system, and these damaged nerves can cause pain. The pain arises from the nerves that are injured or malfunctioning that can be from the tip of the toe to the brain.
Patient was instructed on pain management. Diabetes pain usually strikes first in the hands and feet. A common pain syndrome from diabetes is described as
Patient instructed in setting a daily time aside for relaxation that will in turn break the pain-cycle.
Patient instructed in following a daily exercise routine but to avoid exertion as this may worsen pain.
Patient was instructed on pain management. Diabetes alters sensation in the smallest nerves, which happen to lie at the end of the peripheral nervous system, in the hands and feet. Diabetes starves these tiny nerves. As a result the nervous system becomes confused about what is and isn