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Why Checking for Leg Wound Is Critical

Maintenance, monitoring, diet restriction, lifestyle changes, and so on - having diabetes or caring for a loved one with the condition can get complicated. Among the items you need to cover in your checklist is looking for wounds. Wounds may...

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Records Matter: Why Documentation Is Important

When it comes to case management, having the right and complete information is critical to providing the right care solution. Clinical documentation is more than just admin work. This is a crucial step to observe, record, and keep information...

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Proper Feeding of Elderly Persons

Elderly persons with immobility issues and swallowing problems often have difficulty feeding themselves. They would refuse to eat by turning their head away or spitting out their food. This may lead to worsening of their condition making it...

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Proper Positioning of a Stroke Patient in Bed

A body of a stroke person experiences paralysis either on one side of their body or in serious cases, their motor functions are wholly inhibited. Due to this numbness or lesser ability to move certain parts of their body, it may lead to...

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Changes and Senior Loved Ones

Whether you live close to or across the country, it may be difficult to recognize signs of aging in your elderly parents. They may also be working hard to ensure that you do not notice any physical or cognitive changes. If you are unable to...

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Aging: Finding Joy in Your Life Again

Growing older isn't easy. Not only are you dealing with the aches and pains, but the reality of loss is harsh – you may have lost your joy in life. Joy makes you want to get out of bed every morning to see what awaits you. You feel unhappy,...

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