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Baza Cream Hospital Care Pack Medication
They should: Hand washing is very important especially in hospitals to prevent the spread of infections. Nowadays, we have antiseptics/ hand lotions that can be used. Without going to the sink. ...Read more
Depends: It depends on the response to treatment. Generally in a week you should be getting out of the hospital. ...Read more
It depends...: It depends on the hospital course. If the person was admitted for a condition and treated but worsened during the hospitalization to the point that death was imminent, comfort care or hospice care may occur in the hospital. However, most hospitals will try and transfer people home or to a skilled nursing facility with hospice care if the person has a little longer to live. ...Read more
Fruits/ flowers: Depending on who the sick person is and what their likings are- choose the gift appropriately. A fruit basket, a bouquet of flowers, a get well balloon, or a card etc. ...Read more
Healthgrade/ leapfro: You can research online about the hospitals and the quality of surgeries that are done thro healthgrade or leapfrog. ...Read more
Even for survivors: Since palliative care (pc) is not just care at the end-of-life, it can occur at any stage of an illness regardless of your age. Most of the largest PC teams are in the hospital. Pc is even recommended for cancer survivors (livestrong tier 1 level "must have" recommendation) due to ongoing pain, symptoms, psychosocial & spiritual suffering, including possible recurrence of cancer.. ...Read more
Nosocomial infection: Unfortunately, hospitals are filled with people who have different types bacteria causing infections, it just understandable, that you can catch an infection. There are measures to prevent spread of these infections. Like keeping patients with bad bugs isolated, use of gloves, gowns and masks and frequent washing of hands with soap and water. ...Read more
How long is the usual hospital stay after recocele surgery? Dr said it won't be outpatient cause be has to pack me
Depends: The extent of the rectocele and the viability of the tissues determine a great deal of the healing time. Most of the time, they are going to want to keep you in the hospital long enough to know that bleeding is controlled, no infection occurs, packing can be advanced without complication, and you know how to take care of the wound at home, Some packing may be removed as an out patient later ...Read more
Personal items: Most hospitals supply all the mom and baby need while at the delivery hospital, but many women prefer to have their own nightgowns (ones designed for breast feeding are convenient) and personel items such a comb/brush, toothbrush/tooth paste, deoderant, soap, shampoo/conditioner, cell phone and list of family telephone numbers, nusing bras and nipple cream and cushions if nursing, glasses, camera, . ...Read more
No: Hospital care is designed to treat acute medical problems that cannot be handled as an outpatient. Hospice care is care focused on comfort of terminally ill patients which does not attempt. To fix underlying medical issues ...Read more
Depends: The most common drug that we use for Insulin resistance is metformin. For various reasons that is often held during hospitalizations. If one is on acots prior to going into the hospital that might be continued depending on the clinical scenario. Other aspects of the Insulin resistance syndrome like elevated blood pressure or lipid problems will be addressed as separate problems. ...Read more
Suggest:-: Pjs, robe, slippers, tooth brush & paste + soap &shampoo if u like to use your own. Comb, hairbrush & make-up if u use it, cell phone, lap-top with ear phones. Good luck. ...Read more
Before 38 weeks: How much before is up to you, but a normal delivery is expected at any time from 38-42 weeks of gestation. ...Read more
Urgent: Better not to ignore symptoms of tia. You do not know whether it is a full fledged stroke or tia. If you do not go in to er within three hours you may lose the opportunity of getting thrombolytics. ...Read more
Aspirin: Take Aspirin and get to a hospital as quickly as possible. ...Read more
Hi, I've been to the hospital because I've got blood in my stool they ace me cream but there's still blood in it how long till the cream starts working?
What's UR diagnosis?: Happy to address your question once we know what's being treated. Can you tell us for what condition you were prescribed "cream"? ...Read more
Whatever you need: Hospitals will provide for your medical needs, but you may bring other things to ease you stay. Many patients bring their own toiletries, make-up, a change of clothes and a bath robe. Some bring laptops and music players. Our hospitals baylor medical center of irving and thr harris methodist heb provide free wifi. I have even seen people bring their own pillows or favorite blankets. ...Read more
Necessities: Generally speaking, you may bring whatever you think you may need for the duration of your stay at the hospital. Basics like: clothing/sleepwear; toothbrush and toothpaste; hair and makeup products; etc. Your cellphone, laptop computer and reading materials are good things to bring as well. Insurance card and identification, admission papers and any prenatal records are important as well. ...Read more
Various measures: Health care expenditures are skyrocketing. My opinion is that it needs a complete overhaul, which may not be possible politically. Most of the physicians, nurses practice what is called defensive medicine. This entails to order more and probably unnecessary tests adding up to the cost. Even patients also go to er to er getting the same tests done wasting dollars. Regulating costs in all fronts. ...Read more
Can a warm, wet washcloth compressed against the penis trigger ejaculation? Is this used in hospital care?
Hi my name is precious I would like to know on what to do with my 6 month old son. He has eczema that is very severe took him to a gp but the cream we got its not helping. Can I take him to the hospital im a key care plus user and also which one.
Give it time: The hospital is unlikely to do anything more than what you are doing now. It is not a problem that requires admission to preserve hydration or require intravenous drugs. If this is not helping over time seek a referral to a dermatologist to review the treatment plan. This is a US based site & we do not keep up with local health systems in the parts of the world where we are accessed. ...Read more
Sundowning 92 yo w/ little sleep x 2d in hospital. Refusing to take 500mg keflex 'horsepill'. Has klebsiella. Can I mix contents with ice cream?
Yes: Yes, you can mix meds into ice cream or applesauce. It should be fine. ...Read more
I got my finger frozen to my ice cream machine at work last night think it may be frostnip or lesser frostbit it looks swollen, hurts with pressure, and I can't bend. Can I do anything at home or should I go to a hospital to get it looked at
I: I recommend that you be evaluated at the hospital/er. Hand surgeons deal with this type of problem. ...Read more
Have had dust on the lungs since 1980 and am as pack a day smoker. Doctors at hospital in 1990 looked and said I would be dead by age 40 to 45 if I didn't quit right away. I never did. I am now 54 and just had an X-ray taken. My doctor said lungs look clea
Pushing your luck: A chest xray cannot tell how well your lungs function, and pulmonary function tests are the true measure of whether smoking is damaging your lungs. However, lungs are not the only problem - heart attacks, mouth/throat cancers (and others), strokes and many other conditions associated with long-term smoking. Smoking hurts 90% of those who engage in it - the odds are very much against you. Stop! ...Read more
Skin rash, red and not itchy... So for the last month I've had a rash in my pubic area, I don't have health insurance so I've gone to the hospital, they gave me a fungal cream... Everytime a area clears a new area is infected. It is not itchy what so ever
You may be dealing with an allergy/contact dermatitis. Consider any new lotions, soaps, or products you are using in your private area. Also a new laundry detergent could be to blame. Try over the counter Hydrocortisone cream to the outside genital area a few times a day. Otherwise follow up with your doctor.
Best of luck. ...Read more
I went to the hospital with a rash under my breasts the dr. Gave me ketoconazole cream I have none left can I use miconazole cream?
Yes: Most fungal infections can be cleared with either of the medications you mentioned. A few less common fungal infections will not respond to miconazole. Just remember to continue with the Miconazole cream for 7 days after the rash has disappeared. ...Read more
Can celexa (citalopram) be working against me... been on it for 15 years. .. last 2 years 40mg.... I am having panic attacks and anxiety.. .. on ativan too now since hospital visit... I also been smoking over a year. ... almost a pack a day. .. plus cof
Are you in therapy?: In some rare situations the Celexa (citalopram) could be creating a problem such as if you had a bipolar condition. There are other medications and therapy approaches which may be used for panic attacks and anxiety. The coffee may work against you and of course smoking can be quite dangerous. The important thing here is that you have a psychiatric evaluation and develop a treatment plan. ...Read more