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Tag Archives: Medical Care

Men vs Women: Conditions We Experience Differently

There are a couple of illnesses that affect men and women differently. Although some symptoms may look similar, Caridad Healthcare, Inc., your trusty provider of high-quality nursing in Texas lists down some of the contrasting characteristics. Here are some: Heart Attack Men might feel like an elephant is sitting on their chest when they experience … Continue reading

Don’t Take Your Wounds Lightly: Treat Them Fast!

If you cut yourself or got injured and you start bleeding, it’s essential that you treat your wound immediately to avoid infection. Here are tips from Caridad Healthcare, Inc.: Rinse your wound with water and wash the corners with soap to remove any debris or dirt Apply a thin layer of ointment or antibiotic to … Continue reading

IV Therapy: Treating Dehydrated Senior Adults

Many senior adults who are frail have a high risk of dehydration. As much as possible, they need to avoid coffee, alcoholic drinks, and any liquids with high protein because of their diuretic effects. Physicians sometimes prescribe senior adults with certain amounts of water intake to help them stay hydrated especially when they have health … Continue reading

Physical Therapy: Regaining Strength and Mobility in Seniors

Falls are one of the well-known leading causes of injury and death in the senior population. Those who survive them may suffer from a temporary physical impairment. As a result, it can hinder their independence and affect their quality of life. It is essential that they see a physical therapist so that they can work … Continue reading

Rheumatoid Arthritis in Senior Adults: Treat the Symptoms Fast

Rheumatoid arthritis is a dreadful thing for anyone to experience, especially for senior adults who are doing their best to stay independent in their homes. The condition itself can affect their quality of living, often making them feel frustrated and depressed. When senior adults have rheumatoid arthritis, it is nearly impossible for them to do … Continue reading