It is generally accepted that patient falls are caused by multiple factors. Another popular classification scheme of falls is based on the assumption that they result from a complex interaction of intrinsic and/or extrinsic risk factors.
We understand that when your loved one is diagnosed with diabetes, they fear for their safety as well as uncertainties surrounding lifestyle changes—often for the whole family, and we’’re here to help.
Medication monitoring measures the level of a medicine in the blood to make sure the dosage of medicine is correct. Sometimes the amount of medicine that helps (therapeutic level) is very close to the amount that can cause harm (toxic level).
ETHH Skilled Nurses continually monitor the results of the efficacy of the Coumadin Lab Testing and deliver those results to the doctor. This allows your loved one’s physician to adjust amounts and required degree of anticoagulation in order to continually evolve the administered dosage ensuring a safe and effective Coumadin regimen for your loved one.
Anodyne Therapy uses infrared energy (Monochromatic Infrared Photo Energy) to provide temporary, cumulative relief of symptoms caused by some diseases such as diabetes, peripheral neuropathy and circulatory insufficiency.
Our highly skilled nursing and therapist staff can assist your loved one in achieving optimal results of their ongoing therapy sessions. A doctor will often recommend physical therapy for patients who have been injured or have movement problems from an illness, disease, or disability.
Home health aides are an integral component in meeting the needs of some patients at East Texas Home Health. Home Health aides work with the RN case manager in providing bathing and personal care on an intermittent basis. Safety is their main concern.