Procedures

Intracoronary Stenting Teaching 2489

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.

Blood pressure Teaching 2476

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.

Blood pressure Teaching 2475

SN instructed patient and caregiver about Blood pressure. To check the blood pressure manually, sit in a relaxed position with the arm at rest on a table. Secure the cuff on the bicep, follow the machine instructions for starting the reading. If you move suddenly or are startled during the test, you should wait approximately 5 minutes before attempting to test again. Both parties verbalized understanding.

Blood pressure Teaching 2474

SN instructed patient and caregiver about Blood pressure. According to the American Heart Association, normal blood pressure is anything below 120/80 mm Hg. If these numbers go higher than 120/80 mm Hg, it is often an indication that the heart is working too hard to pump blood through the arteries. High blood pressure, hypertension is when your blood pressure is 140 / 90 mm / Hg or above most of the time Accurate blood pressure readings are important, as high blood pressure may not cause any symptoms until it is dangerously high. Both parties verbalized understanding.

Blood pressure Teaching 2473

Sn instructed patient and caregiver about blood pressure and home monitoring. Explained the blood pressure measures the amount of force blood places on the blood vessels in the body. A blood pressure reading includes two numbers that indicate the pressure inside the arteries as the blood flows through the body. The upper number, called the systolic pressure, measures the pressure inside the arteries as the heart contracts to pump blood. The lower number, called the diastolic pressure, is the pressure inside the artery as the heart rests between each beat. Both parties verbalized understanding.

Drainage care Teaching 2467

Instructed patient once you empty your drainage, clean your hands again and check the area around your insertion site for: tenderness, swelling, pus, warmth, more redness than usual. Sometimes the drain causes redness about the size of a dime at your insertion site and this is normal.

Urinary Tract Infection Teaching 2463

Instructed caregiver patient drink plenty of water, and relieve herself often. The simplest way to prevent a patient 's UTI is to flush bacteria out of her bladder and urinary tract before it can set in. If the patient have well-hydrated, it will be tough to go too long without urinating.

Mental Retardation Teaching 2449

Instructed caregiver about care Plan for patient with mental Retardation Education on Parents, Expected results children to function optimally the relevant level. Families and children are able to use coping with challenges due to disability. Families are able to obtain the resources community facilities. patient verbalized.

Mental Retardation Teaching 2448

Instructed caregiver about care Plan for patient with mental Retardation Education on Parents,Each stage of child development for ages. Support parental involvement in child care. Anticipatory guidance and management face a difficult child behavior. Inform existing educational facilities and groups. Caregiver verbalized.

Mental Retardation Teaching 2447

Instructed caregiver provide consistent care encourage children to do their own maintenance, difficult child behavior management, encourage children to socialize with the group, create a safe environment. Caregiver verbalized.