DISCHARGE HOME HEALTHCARE
Assess the patient's home environment to determine if additional assistance will be needed after discharge. Be sure the patient understands all medications, including the dosage, route, action, and adverse effects. Instruct the patient to report orthopnea, tachypnea, diaphoresis, frothy sputum, irregular pulse, and chest discomfort.
Mitral Stenosis has been found in Diseases and Disorders
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