Instructed patient abdominal drainage when you have infection You might get an infection in the cuts made to put in the tube, or in the abdomen. If you get an infection you have antibiotics. These might be as tablets or through a drip. If you get a severe infection, your doctor might take the tube out. Instructed patient abdominal drainage when you have Tube blockage The tube might stop draining. Changing your position or sitting upright can sometimes get rid of the blockage. If not, your doctor might need to replace the tube. Patient verbalized understanding.
Instructed patient about abdominal drainage when you have pain and discomfort your nurse can give you painkillers if you need them. They can also help you change your position to make you comfortable. Patient verbalized understanding.
The patient was instructed in pleural effusion to evade persons with infections. The patient was taught in coughing and deep breathing to maintain lung ventilation. The patient was advised to use of the incentive spirometer.