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Consistently Delivering the Highest Quality of Care
Consistently Delivering the Highest Quality of Care

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What Are the Duties of Medical Social Workers?

Social workers who specialize in the medical field ensure patients are thoroughly assessed psychologically and have their medical, financial, and general issues addressed. Medical social workers offer support and guidance to patients so they can make a full recovery from illnesses that have affected their physical, emotional, and mental state. They usually work alongside the patients' family members and the patients' medical team to customize suitable treatment plans. Counseling is a huge part of the social workers' responsibilities, as they learn about other things that can contribute to the patients' full recovery.

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Guide to Caring for a Urinary Catheter at Home

A urinary catheter has a tube that is left inside your bladder for a certain amount of time for the purpose of draining urine for patients with conditions that prevent them from ambulating or urinating normally. Since this involves a foreign object being inserted into the body, caregivers need to know about the proper way of using the device.

Patients can shower with their urinary catheter in, but taking a bath is prohibited as it can induce infection. Catheters can be cleaned using a mild soap, water, and a new tape or adhesive specifically used for catheters.

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Special Care for Those with Special Needs

Promesa Home Care, Inc. provides efficient therapies for people with physical limitations. The physical, occupational, and speech therapists can assist throughout the medical treatment of the clients.

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What Consists of Pulmonary Care

Patients who are under specialized pulmonary care may require treatments involving ventilators, nebulizer treatments, tracheotomy care, and C-Pap or Bi-Pap. The main goals of pulmonary care are to improve the lives of the patients by improving physical endurance, learning self-care and self-management of the illness, and to promote independence while maintaining one's dignity intact.

Pulmonary care does not end when the patient is discharged from the hospital. It continues even when the patient is at home, for as long as they can achieve an independent lifestyle wherein they can thrive in necessary health changes.

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Guide to Incontinence Care for Caregivers

Being a primary caregiver is a major responsibility, especially if the patient is experiencing certain uncontrollable health conditions. One of the most common conditions is incontinence. It is when an individual is not able to voluntarily control his or her urge to urinate or defecate, usually caused by advancing age or muscle-control related issue.

It is the caregivers' responsibility to assist the patients in their daily needs, most especially in cleaning up after any leaks, ensuring the required supplies are available, provision of discreet care, and making sure the patient is changed frequently to avoid infection.

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Providing the Best Quality Care for the Seniors

Home care does not have to be a very tedious medical process for the elderly. In Promesa Home Care, Inc., exceptional healthcare professionals team up to give the best quality care for older adults in the comfort of their own homes!

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How to Help a Caregiver: Keep Yourself in the Loop

Caregivers hate to admit they need help until things are slipping out of their hands.

If you've offered help on a regular basis, try to commit with it and be consistent. Check in regularly.

• Provide an extra hand for the caregiver, most especially during emergencies.

• Take note of the essential information needed for the continuity of care.

• Have a checklist of tasks.

• Make a list of important details.

• Know where all important documents are stored.

• Remind your favorite caregiver that you’re always a call away.

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Do You Have Trouble Meeting Your Loved One’s Medical Care at Home?

Are you caring for an older adult? If so, chances are you have to learn to perform skilled care and other medical-related activities. What are those? Tasks like giving injections, doing wound care and dressing, managing multiple medications, and even using IV therapy.

It won't be much of a problem for those medically inclined professionals, unlike those untrained family members who need to start from scratch. However, growing those skill sets doesn't happen overnight.

Discover more health tips by visiting our website.

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Looking for a Reliable Home Health Care Provider Near You? Call Us.

Individuals coping with aging, illnesses, or disabilities can get access to their needed medical support in the privacy and comfort of their own homes. Explore your care options with Promesa Home Care, Inc. Call us for a FREE assessment today.

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7 Tips to Be Safe with Your Prescriptions

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