Necesidades en la habitación del paciente
How To Organize Pillboxes
For those who need to take medication every day, it can be difficult to keep track of when you need to take it throughout your busy day. There are several different options to organize your medicine, the main one being a pillbox.
Most pillboxes are either labeled AM or PM, and they have two compartments. They may be labeled with all of the days of the week making it even more convenient to keep your pills organized. In order to use these products, all you have to do is put your medicine in the corresponding compartment for the day or week. That way you won't forget to take your medicine at the correct times.
What Are Essential Medicine Accessories?
One main essential medicine accessory, without a doubt, is an at-home needle disposer. It is extremely important to dispose of used needles in the correct way, the CVS Health Complete Needle Collection and Disposal System can help you with that. You wouldn't want the wrong person getting hold of something medical that could be potentially dangerous.
Another essential medicine accessory to have on hand could also be a pill splitter. This device will help you split your larger pills in half in order for you to take them more easily.
Home Patient Care Supplies
The right home environment can help make a big difference in the overall quality of life for a person who is suffering from a chronic illness or disease. CVS can help you equip your or your loved one's bedroom with the right furniture and accessories to simplify daily living tasks. In this product selection, you'll find a diverse assortment of patient room needs that you can shop all at once, by category or by other criteria. With the convenience of online shopping, you can purchase the items that you need and have them shipped to your home.
For people with limited mobility, eating meals can be challenging, but adaptive eating utensils can make mealtimes more manageable. These eating utensils are designed to be easier for people with limited mobility to use. Caregivers who provide assistance with feeding can also benefit from the designs of adaptive eating utensils.
Bed To Chair Transfer Equipment
One of the biggest challenges for bedridden individuals is transferring in and out of the bed when it's necessary to go to a medical appointment, use the bathroom or simply change bedding. Transferring accessories can make the process safer and simpler. Options include slings that offer support while transferring and motorized lifts that gently ease users in and out of bed. Slings and lifts may also be used to keep patients upright for bathing and administering medical care.
Patient Room Furniture
The right furnishings can improve the home environment for bedridden individuals. Bed rails may help reduce the risk of falls and also provide a sturdy place for people with limited mobility to grip during transferring. Overbed tables on wheels can be rolled into place when it's time for meals, activities, daily living tasks or administering medical care. Wheeled stools give caregivers a place to sit by the bedside, while medical chairs offer safe seating for patients. When shopping for chairs, stools, lifts, slings and other patient room needs that are intended to support an adult or child, be sure to check the maximum weight rating of the product before purchasing it.
Sensory aides can be beneficial for people with a wide range of medical concerns. Specially designed sensory pillows, PADS and tools can be used to reduce anxiety and stimulate the sense of touch. Hearing amplifiers can increase the volume of speech and reduce background noise to help individuals understand conversation more easily. White noise machines produce soothing sounds that can help individuals relax or fall asleep more easily.