Discharge Plan A.

Medications:      Paracetamol 500 mg/tab 1 tab q4 T > 37°C Salbutamol Nebule + 1cc NSS Q8 then do CPT p nebulization Unasyn 750mg/tab Q8 ANST (-) Multivitamins + Buclizine (Nervostamin) cap OD Fluemencil 600mg 1 tab per ½ glass of water

B. Exercise:  Rhythmic breathing and coughing exercises are often recommended for pneumonia. The goal of the exercise is to remove sputum from the lungs and enhance gas exchange. The exercise begins with a light tap to the chest and to the back to loosen mucus within the lungs.

C. Treatment: If able to be treated at home, treatment usually includes:     Antibiotics - given by mouth as tablets or liquid Pain relieving medications Paracetamol to reduce fever Rest

If treatment in hospital is required, treatment usually includes:     Antibiotics given intravenously (via a drip into a vein) Oxygen therapy - to ensure the body gets the oxygen it needs Intravenous fluids - to correct dehydration or if the person is too unwell to eat or drink Physiotherapy - to help clear the sputum from the lungs

Also,  Instruct to continue on the medication prescribed by the physician.  Instruct to continue nebulization as instructed by the physician.

Out-going follow-up  Follow up after one week prior to discharge date and instruction of the physician. colorful produce as part of a low-fat. Hygiene. balanced diet to reap most nutritional and wellness benefits.  Take deep breaths and cough several times each hour to loosen up mucus and get it out of your lungs. Fluids help thin and loosen up the mucus in your lungs and throat. F. Drink several glasses of water a day. Diet  Fruits and vegetables offer an array of antioxidants which have illnesspreventing properties. Health Teaching  Get plenty of rest. A high alkaline diet consisting of plenty of raw and organic fruits and vegetables will improve all respiratory problems as  . which can help reduce swelling associated with pneumonia. Wash your hands with soap and water or use an alcohol-based hand rub after blowing your nose or using the bathroom. Eat a balanced diet so your body can work its best and heal quickly. Many fruits and vegetables also contain anti-inflammatory properties.D. colds and pneumonia. Use proper PPE like mask. Cough or sneeze into a tissue or into your elbow or sleeve. Consume a variety of fresh.     E. Fruits and Vegetables: A diet rich in fruits and vegetables enhance one’s immune system and prevent illnesses such as flu. They are dense in water which is important since flu and other ailments that accompany pneumonia can cause dehydration. Getting enough sleep will give your body the strength it needs to fight the illness. and before eating.

your respiratory and cardiovascular system can be affected due to the stress of the illness.  Do not drink softdrinks. Nutrition Focus on vitamin packed foods that contain vitamin A and C as well as plenty of dietary fiber. Pineapple contains bromelain.a vitamin essential to help your body fight of pneumonia and other infections. Examples of fiber-rich foods include dark leafy lettuce. A fruit smoothie that contains pineapple as its main ingredient may help with pneumonia symptoms and inflammation. Fiber-rich foods will help you maintain a healthy cardiovascular system. winter squash and red sweet pepper are a good source of vitamin A -. Vegetables such as carrots. frequent urination and increased mucous may cause you to become dehydrated.   . Dehydration can lead to low electrolyte levels. Loss of fluids through fever. coffee or black tea. spinach.alkalinity counteracts acidity. they deplete important nutrients in your body. a protein-digesting enzyme that helps reduce inflammation associated with infections. watercress and cauliflower. Fluids Keeping your body hydrated during and after pneumonia is essential to recovery. Vitamin C can be found in citrus fruits such as grapefruit and oranges. explains the University of Maryland Medical Center. Green foods are high in alkalinity and also contain chlorophyll and will greatly dissolve mucus throughout the body in general and the lungs and respiratory tract in particular. Drinking broth-based soups can also help with replenishing fluids and sodium levels in the body. With pneumonia.

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