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Nurse Teaching on Precautions for Amoxapine

Precautions to be observed while taking Amoxapine Patient/caregiver was educated on precautions to be observed while taking Amoxapine as follows: Follow closely on the expiration date of the medication. If using a pillbox, check the expiration date on the medication container every time you fill the pillbox. If you are taking this medication for longer periods of time, set enough reminders on your phone for medication pick-up. You can have a reminder 10 days ahead, [...]

Home Health Skilled Nursing Documentation Example

Home Health Skilled Nursing Documentation Example This post provides skilled nursing documentation example for writing assessment note for Resumption of Care and Start of Care in home healthcare setting. We have listed the reasons for patient's hospitalization. Based on those reasons, we have built a summary which can explain and justify the need for resumption of care for home healthcare patient services. Home Health Skilled Nursing Documentation Example - Resumption of Care Example 1 Reason(s) [...]

Nurse Teaching on Management of Ingrown Toenails

Measures to Manage and Prevent Ingrown Toenail Development Patient/caregiver was educated on measures to manage and prevent ingrown toenail development as follows: Avoid wearing shoes with too big heels and narrow toe boxes. This can provide better arch support and avoid undue pressure and compression of toes, thus helping to prevent injury and ingrowing of toenail. Always wear properly fitting shoes, with appropriate room in the toe box, to accommodate all the toes without any [...]

Nurse Teaching on Side Effects of Citalopram

Side Effects of Using Citalopram Patient/caregiver was educated on side effects of using Citalopram as below: General allergic reactions: Citalopram use can result in general allergic reactions, such as, skin rashes, hives, and itching. Some patients can present with symptoms of severe allergic and anaphylactic response with citalopram, such as, difficulty breathing, swelling of face, lips, throat, and tongue, with consequent difficulty breathing. Seek emergency medical help for such findings, especially with difficulty breathing, for any appropriate [...]

Nurse Teaching on Side Effects of Dutasteride

Nurse Teaching on Side Effects of Dutasteride Nurse educated the patient/caregiver on side effects of using Dutasteride as below: General allergic reactions: Dutasteride use can result in general allergic reactions, such as, skin rashes, hives, and itching. Some patients can present with symptoms of severe allergic and anaphylactic response with the medication, such as, difficulty breathing, swelling of face, lips, throat, and tongue, with consequent difficulty breathing. Seek emergency medical help for such findings, especially with [...]

Nurse Teaching on Precautions for Temazepam

Nurse Teaching on Precautions to be observed while taking Temazepam Nurse educated the patient/caregiver on precautions to be observed while taking Temazepam as below: Take Temazepam as ordered by your physician. This medication can induce some nausea and vomiting, when taken on empty stomach. Taking Temazepam with some food or snack can help avoid these unpleasant gastrointestinal symptoms. Follow closely on the expiration date of the Temazepam medication. If using a pillbox, check the expiration [...]

Nurse Teaching on Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD)

Nurse Teaching on Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD) Nurse educated the patient/caregiver on polycystic kidney disease (PKD) as follows: Polycystic kidney disease (PKD) is a condition in which the kidneys develop numerous small sacs called cysts. This is an inherited disorder and can involve other organs, such as liver, pancreas, and brain affecting the function of all organs involved. These cysts are thin walled sacs, filled with fluid. These cysts progressively increase in size. All the [...]

Nurse Teaching on Foods to Avoid on a Low Sodium Diet

Nurse Teaching on Foods to Avoid on a Low Sodium Diet Nurse educated the patient/caregiver on foods to avoid while following a low sodium diet- Salt can act as a preservative, increase the shelf life of food items significantly, and so, is liberally added to many frozen meals and canned foods. Avoid all frozen meals and canned vegetables due to their high added salt content on a low sodium diet. Choose to have your meals [...]