Rehabilitation of cardiac surgical patients, Biology

REHABILITATION OF CARDIAC SURGICAL PATIENTS

The goal of nursing care of cardiac surgical patient is to make the patient to come back to his normal activities. Cardiac surgical rehabilitation starts along with the pre-operative preparation and teaching. The breathing exercises. range of motion exercises, the cleanliness and infection prevention measures, all lead to a better post-operative life.

  1. How to help further by further explanation regarding each aspect. 
  2. Home preparation. 
  3. How to get the room ready for the patient at home? 
  4. Clean the room and all the furniture, removal all the unwanted from the room. 
  5. Make the room dust-free. Use clean bed sheets and daily wet mopping to be done.
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