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Home Health Care Services Benefits
For many families, Home Care (also referred to as domiciliary care, social care, or in-home care) is a beneficial choice—. It is usually less expensive then Hospital, Patient caring is done at the comfort of Home, and Home care services are as effective as the Patient care we get in a hospital. Home Health Care services provided by Home Medicare4U(TeDRaG HomeHealth Pvt Ltd) are quality service with well trained staff while allowing your loved ones to stay in the comfort of their own homes and communities.
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In Post Operative Care or After surgery Care, you will need to take care of the incision as it heals. Doing so may limit scarring, may help you to avoid pain or discomfort, and may help lower the risk like infection.
Doctor may used either stitches, staples, tissue glue, or tape strips to close the incision and you will need to keep the area clean, change the dressing as per Doctor guideline, and check for signs of infection.
How to reduce the risk of infection
To reduce the risk of infection:
- Ask per Doctor Instruction keep the area dry for the instructed period.
- Checking incision every day for the signs of infection.
- Change the dressing as per Doctor Instruction.
Precaution or Don’t Do :
- Scrub or rub incisions/wound.
- Removing the tape strips from incisions.
- Exposing wound/incision to direct sun light.
- Using powder o lotion on wound.
- Take a bath and making incision in contact of water
Signs of infection
- Yellow or green discharge and increasing with period.
- Change in the odor of discharge.
- Change in the size of the incision.
- Redness or hardening in surrounding area.
- Feeling hot while touching wound/incision.
- Continues Fever.
- Increase or unusual pain.
- Excessive bleeding
How to Do Home Care For Dementia Patient.
Several technique on how to behave as caretaker/attendant of dementia patient will help ease your loved ones. The main goal is to allow them to keep their dignity and autonomy as much as possible while providing help. These are certain tips that often work with any form of dementia care :::::
Approaching Dementia Patient: Use Positive Approach
For many home care tasks, using these approaches will help your loved ones to understand what is going on and reduce anxiety, especially in middle or late stages of dementia.
- Approach from the front: Make dementia be aware that you are coming. Approaching from the back can produce anxiety.
- Walk slowly: Approach slowly to them and let them understand.
- Stand to their sides: Make them feel supportive, standing in front may make them anger.
- Call them by name: Greet them by their first name as they use to remember their first name.
- Crouch low: Crouching down if they are seated or lying down helps them feel less threatened.
- Offer your hand: This action will give you idea that they ready to welcome your touch or hug.
Getting the Cooperation of Dementia Patient
- Use the positive approach
- Keep instructions short, simple, and concrete
- Ask simple choices
- Ask for their help
- Ask them to try
- Break it down in simple steps
Hand Under Hand Technique for home care Assistance
Putting hand under the hands of persons with dementia when guiding them in a task. You may tell them how to do something at first and then let them go on their own. Let them do as much as they can do on their own.
Why do you need home Nursing Care?
A nurse is a certified medical professional responsible for medical procedures, safety and recovery of patients from acute and chronic health issues. In Home Nursing Care, nurse is all that and more, in that he or she cares for you in your home, integrating him or herself into your family
Home Medicare4U (TeDRaG HomeHealth Pvt. Ltd.) nurses provide an extended arm for care - for the transition of patient from hospital to home care. Highly qualified with 4+ years of experience .HomeMedicare4U . Nurse ensures quality care for post-surgical care, elderly care, chronic care, Tracheostomy, Urinary Catheterisation care, Wound care, Injections, IV infusions, Vaccination or other nursing assistance? Get all of this, and more in the comfort of your home by highly qualified and experienced nurses.
As per your requirement, you can hire the services of a ICU/Non-ICU Nursing Care for 12 hours or 24 hours
Our qualified Nurses are available to provide Hospital quality Nursing Care and vaccinated at comfort of your home and stay safe from infectious diseases
Our Nurses and Attendant are expertise in providing Post-surgical care which is critical, and includes everything from pain management & feeding to respiratory management & fluid management.
Urinary Catheterisation Care
Our Nursing Care unit has qualified nurses who can help you with Urine catheterisation care at your home; be it catheter insertion, catheter removal or bladders wash.
Our Nursing Care unit has qualified nurses who are experienced in handling Acute and Chronic wounds such as post-operation surgical wounds, infected wounds and pressure sores.
Oxygen administration is required in both acute and chronic conditions like trauma, hemorrhage, shock, breathlessness, pulmonary disease, and more. Don’t panic if you require one. Call Home Medicare4U nurse at your home.
Injections and IV Infusion
If you require frequent injections and IV infusions. Simply call HomeMedicare4U (TeDRaG HomeHealth Pvt. Ltd.), and have an experienced nurse administer them at home.