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Admitted for the first time in Vicente Sotto Memorial Medical Center in June 18, 2010 for fall injury with diagnosis of Spinal Cord Injury M Instructed patient to take her medication
on time with right dose, right route, right time and to complete the duration of her medicine. - Celecoxib 300 mg - Paracetamol 500 mg every 6 hours for fever - Ciproflaxicin 500 mg - Vitamin B complex - Prequbaline 75 mg twice a day - encouraged to take medications religiously as prescribed by the physician - instructed family member to remind patient to take her medications on regular time - instructed family member or patient not to discontinue the drug without physician order - encouraged significant other not to discontinue the drug without the physician’s order - informed the significant other and patient about the side effects of the medications
safe environment conducive for the patient . . and grooming.encouraged the family members to provide a living as tolerated without exerting too much effort.encourage to attend rehabilitation as scheduled H - Advised patient to maintain her good hygiene by rushing teeth.advised to hold on the railing of the stairs while going up and down .advised family members to put rubber mats in the bathroom to avoid slipping. 99 . T -Instructed patient to follow her treatment for her faster recovery.advised to perform muscle strengthening exercises like leg arm raising.advised patient to wear rubber like slippers in and outside of the house .encouraged to use deep breathing techniques and relaxation techniques -advised significant others to accompany the patient at all times . . taking a bath.E - Encouraged her to do her activities of daily .encouraged the patient to have a follow-up check up with the physician on the desired date .
reminded to report if swelling.encouraged to eat 1 banana per day S Encouraged patient to pray to God for her .encouraged the build personal relationship with God . .encouraged to eat vegetables . such as oranges.-diverted psychological stress by shifting to other activities or hobbies that will not cause injury O Instructed patient to strictly follow scheduled check-up. guavas. weakness are noted D Encouraged patient to eat nutritious fruits rich in Vitamin C. fever. Nino guidance and protection. pain. .to continue devote and pray to Sto. BIBLIOGRAPHY 100 . juices and protein rich foods.
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