Tracheostomy: Indications and Care
The process of tracheostomy, its indications and how One Life Health Care helps in providing the necessary care to the patients at home post the process is given in detail in the blog below.
What is Stroke?
Stroke occurs when blood flow is cut off from a certain point in the brain. It is also called as brain attack which is identified with weakness or numbness of one side of the body from face, arm or leg, loss of speech or severe headache without a reason or walking abnormalities. The condition is more prevalent in elders who are above the age of 60. The stroke patients once treated and are back home, are required to be taken care of with much love, affection and patience. The next segment talks about how stroke care can be given at home.
Stroke Care at Home:
Few things to be kept in mind while taking care of stroke patients at home are given below-
How One Life can help you in this?
At One Life, the long-term goal of rehabilitation is to improve function and quality of life so that the survivor can become as independent as possible. With adequate care, the probability of a repeat incident can be greatly reduced. Our clinical team considers all the physical aspects and is also sensitive to the emotional aspects of the patient’s traumatic experience and factors these in while devising the treatment plan.
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