The SOUTH INDIA group health care wing treats patients who are injured, sick, disabled, or infirm. The delivery of modern health care depends on an expanding interdisciplinary team of trained professionals.
A health care provider or health professional is an organization or person who delivers proper health care in a systematic way professionally to any individual in need of health care home services.
DUTIES OF A NURSE (MALE/FEMALE)
SOUTH INDIA healthcare nurse will take in your info when you arrive at your home and they will categorize or prioritize according to the severity, and the complications of a particular injury or ailment. Some people may need extra care if the problems are high risk of spreading, or if the injury or illness is very severe such as uncontrolled bleeding, unexplained rashes, unexplained vomiting etc.
? Establish IVs or other medical devices -- this is when the nurse will establish the system that goes into your hand, arm, leg, or other parts for medications, and also for fluids to keep you hydrated
? Follow the doctor's orders -- this is where the nurse has to follow the doctor?s orders that have been left and update the doctors with time to time record of the patient?s health. This may include blood pressure/sugar/body temperature monitoring, etc.
? Dispense Medications -- medications come in many different formats such as by mouth, by skin, through your IV, by inhaling, rectally, and many other types of suspensions.
? Inserts catheters -- this is where they insert catheters when someone cannot go to the washroom themselves, or if something has got to drain properly.
? Provide Emotional and Physical Support to Patients and their families -- this is EXTREMELY important as the patients are in a very vulnerable state, and the families are not too far behind them with being very fearful of how things will turn out.
? Personal Hygiene and Dressing-- the patients have a difficult time with these tasks, and will occasionally have problems with, and may be ashamed to ask for help, but say kindly that you're there for them, and that you're willing to do anything that might make it a bit easier for them.
? Provides small procedures -- there may be sometimes where the nurse will have to suction the throat, change a dressing for instance and so on.
DUTIES OF ATTENDER/AAYAS (MALE/FEMALE)
? Bathes the patient.
? Dresses and undresses the patient.
? Feeds the patient.
? Changing of diapers.
? Changes the bed linens.
? Assisting the patient to the toilet.
? Turns and repositions the patient with or without assistance.
? Transporting the patient using wheel chair or wheeled cart.
? Assists the patient to walk and remains with the patient.
? Bedpan assistance/ emptying the urine bag.