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Nursing Care For Pyelonephritis
Freedom of speech: This is a free country & you can complain about anything you want. Be aware that should you require any form of health care that it can and will often involve members of both sexes. Your care may involve access to you privates. There will be situations where your care may be given by someone of the opposite sex. You can always stay home and refuse them.See 1 more doctor answer
Psychotherapy: Treatment for dysthymia is similar to treatment for depression. It should include psychotherapy and may also be appropriate to treat with antidepressants. Start with your primary care physician and a good therapist. Cognitive behavioral therapies and interpersonal therapies can be effective. Exercise, good sleep, good nutrition, and overall self-care help improve mood naturally as well.See 1 more doctor answer
This site is MedCare: This site is about medical question and answers about medical problems and not nursing care. The only nurses who come in contacts with patients with tonsilopharyngitis, are either Dictors office nurse or in ER. It involved taking vital signs like temp and pulse and history of any allergies. And at the direction of the doctor to do throat swab for quick strep test or culture& give Tylenol (acetaminophen) for fever
Is there any insurance coverage for 24 hour nursing care? Any recommendations? This is all new and scary.
Nursing care: You may find the best information by contacting your local department on aging. They can be very helpful. Most home care agencies know how to access whatever payment might be available to you and will also help you find this info if it will benefit them. The options are different for someone who needs short term care such as following surgery vs long term care or hospice.
Patient received bad news about his condition. What nursing care would you implement to help a patient who has received a sudden traumatic diagnosis?
What diagnosis?: It depends on the diagnosis, and what supports the patient already has in his life. Is the patient in the hospital, and trying to sort through treatment options? For cancer diagnoses, there are often oncology nurses who help patients review what they've been told about their illness, help get more info as needed, and discuss. Social services and Consult-Liaison Psychiatry can help also.
Hospice: Hospice is an end of life service through medicare or private insurance. It will not pay for 24/7 care unless the person is in the active dying process of the last few days. If you need care in the home you should hire an in home care agency. This is private pay and not covered by medicare. Some long term care insurance may cover it. Check with your agent.See 2 more doctor answers
Stop Transfusion: If a transfusion reaction is suspected, first stop the transfusion, open a normal saline line, support patient, call physician and report to blood bank for clerical check and compatibility confirmation. A post-transfusion blood sample along with the partially transfused unit should be sent to the blood bank for inspection. Follow you facility's policy and forms to report these events.See 1 more doctor answer
Consult your texts: This site is not a substitute for doing your own homework. Your nursing instructors expect your work to be done in the jargon of the teaching references they provide you for study. As you enter the profession you will be better prepared and more respected if you avoid shortcuts to complete your assignments.
When looking for skilled nursing care center, what are red flags? What if admin gets defensive if asked about staff turnover and staff credentials?
SKILLED NURSING CARE: Your md knows the good nursing facility and recommends it. The hospital he is connected know the credentials of each center. He is also aware of any complaint or reputation that certer have. So follow his suggestion.See 1 more doctor answer
Here are some. ..: There should be no difference in caring patients with or without urosepsis with timely mental and physical supportive measures besides administrating drugs and implementing constant healthy lifestyle without overindulgence. More? Ask Doc timely.
Geriatrics: when looking for skilled nursing care center for a 90 year old frail but social parent, what are the most important considerations?
Informed decision: Visit facility, ask about ratio of patients to nurses, cnas; look at rooms -- see if they're private, semi-private, etc. Compare nursing homes by rating-- medicare website is one of them: http://www. Medicare. Gov/quality-care-finder/#nursing-home-compare also, when a nursing home has been surveyed by a state oversight agency, it should have the results of survey readily available for you to look.See 2 more doctor answers
Unable to get any health info or nursing care plan on mom due to hipaa. She signed both of us as poa in tx but in this state can be only 1. What to do?
Need to know: What state you are in to be able to research this. Best thing to do is to consult a lawyer in your mother's state who has dealt with this type of issue before.See 1 more doctor answer
Preterm labor: To evaluate a patient for premature labor, it is essential to monitor uterine contractions and fetal heart beat. An early cervical examination and a follow up cervical examination will tell if there has been cervical change. Cervical change is a hallmark of premature labor. If there is cervical change, then treatment can be started.
Yes: As the person gets older, the risk of developing infections is greater if the person has multiple medical conditions. Using a cranberry pill or cranberry juice along with plenty of fluid will lessen the chance of developing chronic kidney infections. Please consult the attending physician about using cranberry and about getting a consultation with infectious disease specialist.
I'm nursing my 2.5 month old baby and I was just diagnosed with a kidney infection. Can the infection be passed to my baby if it's in my blood?
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