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Nursing Patient Gastroenteritis Dehydration
A/N/V/dizziness: If i understand question correctly, the nursing diagnosis should mainly address the actual signs and symptoms. So, severe dehydration should not be nursing diagnosis since technically you may call volume depletion by mistake a dehydration. But would be appropriate to say dizziness, weakness, low blood pressure as these are not disputable and not amenable to error. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: Whenever someone in your house is sick there's always a chance your baby may get sick too. But whether it's you, dad or a sibling who's sick, the best thing you can do to protect your baby is breastfeed. After exposure to a virus your body will make proteins that fight the virus. Those proteins pass into your breastmilk and protect your baby. So wash your hands well and keep on breastfeeding. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I was throwing up steadily for a day. I was told I have gastroenteritis with dehydration.Now my whole back is hurting. Is that normal?
Treated for dehydration & hypokalemia diagnosed w/gastroenteritis but still have pain and diaherra then constipation in a cycle Cause?
Gastroenteritis: Although this sounds as if you might be infected with Giardia there is no way to know this unless fully evaluated with stool specimens, possibly endoscopy, full history and physical exam. Strongly recommend you find a GI doctor and let them assess your condition. Hope this clears up soon. ...Read more
I'm 3 mos s/p c6-7 acdfp. When can I return to work full-time as pt in nursing home? I do have to transfer and lift patients frail w/ and w/o dementia
Ask your doctors: The doctors who've been following your progress are much better equipped to answer your question than doctors who've never met you. Returning to work after such procedures depends on how you were before surgery, and how you're recovering. If you're working with a physical medicine ; rehab physician along with the surgeons who operated, those would be the ideal doctors to ask. ...Read more
Multiple criteria: Check out http://www.nursinghomefamilies.com/NH_web/Admission_to_a_Nursing_Home.html for criteria on admission to nursing home. Nursing home does more than just pass out meds. In general, patient has to have skilled nursing need that can be be met by federal/state regulated facility that accepts patient's method of payment ie insurance. Oh and physician has to assume care of patient upon admission ...Read more
Tough question: Hi HTom, Hard question to answer without more information. SVT represents a broad category of tachycardias with certain types being more benign than others. Certainly some forms of SVT can be triggered by exertion but not all types can evolve into a life threatening VT. I would recommend that you review your chart thoroughly with your physician to help make this determination. Hope this helps. ...Read more
3 times: In am, about 3 hrs after meds and at bed time. ...Read more
Why do nursing homes care for their patients worse than police care for prisoners? Do you believe that nursing home patients should be treated better?
See details: The significant majority of nursing home provide excellent, conscientious care. There are always exceptions. ...Read more
No: Unless the person in nh lacks decision making capacity and the person is under the ward of a guardian. If so and the person is considered unsafe in another care environment, then yes they may be kept in nh against their will. ...Read more
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