Details of Homecare
|Details of treatment and nursing||Details|
|Fluid and constant high-unit
|We inject the fluid prescribed by the main hospital. We also instruct
guardians on how to manage the constant high-unit nutrition injection
that is injected through the central vein tube.
|Changing feeding nasal tube||We regularly change the feeding nasal tube and provide instructions on
how to use a dressing around the gastric fistula, and how to inject
gruel through the tube.
|Changing tracheotomy tube and nursing a ventilated patient||We change the tracheotomy tube and provide instructions on how to
observe the condition and how to disinfect the tube.
|Changing foley catheter||We periodically change the colovesical fistula or foley catheter, and
provide instructions on management.
|Managing central vein tube
(chemoport, PICC, Hickman
|We periodically provide flushing (heparin infusion) and remove dressings
and home pumps.
|Managing bile bag and other
|We manage the bile bag (PTBD) and other drainage tubes for
pyelostomy (PCN) and PCD.
|Wound disinfection, stitch
removal, and bedsore dressing
|We disinfect surgery wounds, remove stitches and staples, and
|Nursing for artificial intestinal
fistula and urinary fistula
|We provide instructions on changing and self-managing the intestinal
|Other instructions||Instructions on blood draw, white blood cell stimulating factor injection,
and anticoagulant administration.