Health Advice of the WeekPosted by CARE FOR YOU HOME HEALTH CARE AGENCY Sat, September 30, 2017 01:54PMHand hygiene1
Hand washing (40–60 sec): wet hands and apply
soap; rub all surfaces; rinse hands and dry thoroughly
with a single use towel; use towel to turn off faucet.
Hand rubbing (20–30 sec): apply enough product to
cover all areas of the hands; rub hands until dry.
Before and after any direct patient contact and
between patients, whether or not gloves are worn.
Immediately after gloves are removed.
Before handling an invasive device.
After touching blood, body fluids, secretions, excretions,
non-intact skin, and contaminated items, even if
gloves are worn.
During patient care, when moving from a contaminated
to a clean body site of the patient.
After contact with inanimate objects in the immediate
vicinity of the patient.
Wear when touching blood, body fluids, secretions,
excretions, mucous membranes, nonintact skin.
Change between tasks and procedures on the same
patient after contact with potentially infectious material.
Remove after use, before touching non-contaminated
items and surfaces, and before going to another patient.
Perform hand hygiene immediately after removal.
Health Advice of the WeekPosted by CARE FOR YOU HOME HEALTH CARE AGENCY Tue, April 19, 2016 08:43AM
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Health Advice of the WeekPosted by CARE FOR YOU HOME HEALTH CARE AGENCY Tue, January 26, 2016 03:50PM
Incontinence: Alzheimer's Caregiver Tips
Learn how to help a person with Alzheimer's who is incontinent use the bathroom. Incontinence has many causes, including a urinary tract infection.
You can find more information about caregiving in Caring for a Person with Alzheimer’s Disease: Your Easy-to-Use Guide from the National Institute on Aging
Health Advice of the WeekPosted by CARE FOR YOU HOME HEALTH CARE AGENCY Fri, January 15, 2016 05:20PM10 Essential Health Tips for Seniors
Dr. Hayward recommends these 10 easy health tips for seniors to help baby boomers live longer and thrive:
Health Advice of the WeekPosted by Shatanie Thu, January 14, 2016 09:18AMWhat Is Long-Term Care?
Long-term care involves a variety of services designed to meet a person's health or personal care needs during a short or long period of time. These services help people live as independently and safely as possible when they can no longer perform everyday activities on their own. CHECK OUT MORE INFORMATION
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