General information

General information Teaching 486

Instructed patient about foods high in cholesterol, such as, organ meats, read meats, fatty poultry, shrimp, bacon, cold cuts, hot dogs, saturated fats (found in animal fats and coconut oil), palm kernel, cocoa butter, hydrogenated fats, chocolate, margarine, nondairy substitutes, whole milk, egg yolks, fried foods, and others.

General information Teaching 490

A diet that meets the dietary guidelines will ordinarily have enough iron, folate, and vitamin Bto prevent anemia.

General information Teaching 491

Instructed patient about methods for adjusting the diet to meet a change in activity greater caloric intake is required for prolonged or strenuous activity to prevent hypoglycemia.

General information Teaching 251

Instructed patient to take medication with food to minimize GI outset.

General information Teaching 252

Instructed patient to flush all expired medication down the toilet.

General information Teaching 253

Instructed patient to take his/her pills with a full glass of water and drink all the water even if the pill went down with the first swallow.

General information Teaching 254

Instructed patient to refill her/his medication before she/he are completely out of them.

General information Teaching 255

Instructed patient to shake medication for at least one full minute if told to do so.

General information Teaching 50

Instructed in the importance of including more fiber in diet if not contraindicate. Instructed to take fresh fruit, cooked or stewed fruits, green vegetables, root vegetables and whole grain food.

General information Teaching 94

Instructed in that not one food is perfect. However, a wide variety of foods from each group assures the desirable intake of nutrients. A well-balanced diet is essential for good health.