5 edition of Hypertension care, a guide for patient education found in the catalog.
Hypertension care, a guide for patient education
Shirley Coggins Mason
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Shirley Coggins Mason.|
|Series||Appleton patient education series|
|LC Classifications||RC685.H8 M295 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 216 p. :|
|Number of Pages||216|
|LC Control Number||81017659|
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Fact Sheets About Hypertension and Related Conditions and Behaviors. Facts About Hypertension: Stay up to date on the latest facts about hypertension from the CDC. High Blood Pressure: Medicines to Help You external icon: This guide from the U.S.
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A clear, concise resource, Hypertension: A Clinical Guide is of practical value to primary care doctors around the world who treat patients with hypertension every day.
The book explores both fundamental and practical aspects, including epidemiology, risk, treatment, and secondary causes.
After discussing methods of diagnosis and evaluation, the book explores a range of pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatment 5/5(2). Hypertension Care: A Guide for Patient Education (Appleton patient education series) by Shirley Coggins Mason Paperback, Pages, Published ISBN / ISBN / Book by Mason, Shirley CogginsPages: Hypertension Patient Tools and Handouts Blood Pressure and Hypertension Tools and Handouts The Preventive Cardiovascular Nurses Association has developed a series of blood pressure handouts to support your efforts to educate patients and caregivers about hypertension.
: A Guide for Patients: Diagnosis of Hypertension () 1 A Guide for Patients: Diagnosis of Hypertension What is hypertension.
Hypertension is the medical term for high blood pressure, in which the pressure on your arteries is higher than it should be. 2 : A Guide for Patients: Management of Hypertension () Medications work in different ways to help lower blood pressure.
You may be prescribed one or more of the following drugs: • Diuretics – which rids the body of excess salt and water • Beta blockers – which reduces the heart rate and the heart’s output of blood.
The AHA Hypertension care launching a new initiative that elevates awareness and adoption of AHA’s Hypertension Clinical Guidelines. Clinicians have access to a blood pressure toolkit that provides education and resources fostering effective communication with their patients about BP.
Moreover, it fulfills the standards of community pharmacist's care for patients with hypertension and cardiovascular risk (e.g., provision of personalized education, identification of barriers hindering adherence, implementation of HBPM and collaboration with other health professionals).
42 This simultaneous combination of different strategies Cited by: New version in paperback is available from the Pulmonary Hypertension Association.
The version mentioned here was written in and the updated version is at the association's website and is available for $$25 depending on whether or not your are a member/5(13).
Hypertension Management Action Guide for Health Care Providers. a guide for patient education book For more information, please contact: Evaluate the patient3 A diagnosis of hypertension is based on the average of two or more properly measured, Interview guide to assess medication adherence5).).
Hypertension education and information for patients. When the blood in the arteries puts increased force on the artery wall, many problems can arise including stroke, heart attack and heart failure.
How to Use This Guide. This change package is an evidence-based set of changes that, together, ultimately drives successful improvement. It follows the format of a driver diagram, with an overall goal (or aim), key drivers, and change each of the three drivers – Accurate Blood Pressure Measurement, Treatment Intensification, and Patient Partnership – is critical, we.
Affecting about million Americans, it’s important to draft the right nursing care plan for hypertension.
This will help ensure that patients’ individual needs are met and proper care is delivered. What Is Hypertension. Hypertension is more commonly known as high blood pressure.
Team-Based Care at WinMed Health Services. WinMed Health Services, an FQHC in Cincinnati, Ohio, is a Million Hearts ® Hypertension Control Champion that successfully incorporated team-based care to help achieve hypertension control among its patients. To ensure a continuum of complete patient care, WinMed’s care teams include physicians, pharmacists, and behavioral and dental.
Your Guide To Lowering Your Blood Pressure With DASH What you eat affects your chances of developing high blood pressure (hypertension). Research shows that high blood pressure can be prevented— and lowered—by following the Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (DASH) eating plan, which includes eating less sodium.
presented by the patient. Essential Hypertension Patient population: Adults age 18 and older. Objectives: (1) Accurately diagnose hypertension. (2) Improve blood pressure (BP) control.
-related morbidity and mortality. (4) Encourage patient’s selfinvolvement. (5) Provide appropriate education and follow-up. (6) Provide cost-effective Size: KB. In this nursing care planning guide are six (6) NANDA nursing diagnosis for hypertension or high-blood pressure.
Learn about the assessment, nursing interventions, teaching, and goals for hypertension nursing care plans. What is Hypertension. Hypertension is the term used to describe high blood pressure. Hypertension is repeatedly elevated. Education-Oriented Control Book for Patients with Hypertension in Primary Health Care Article (PDF Available) January with 89 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
The prevalence of pediatric hypertension is growing. Hypertension during childhood remains a major risk factor for adverse cardiovascular events later in life.
NPs should be aware of current guidelines on screening, diagnosis, and treatment of hypertension in children to improve care for this patient. Hypertension causes your blood pressure to get so high that your heart has to work much harder than normal. This can damage your heart. The cause of hypertension may not be known.
This is called essential or primary hypertension. Hypertension caused by another medical condition, such as kidney disease, is called secondary hypertension. PATIENT INFORMATION ON HYPERTENSION Patient Awareness and Self-Care What is Blood Pressure and High Blood Pressure.
Blood pressure is the force generated as your heart pumps blood and moves it through the blood vessels in your body. It is made up of two numbers called the systolic and diastolic blood Size: 34KB. tension and discuss the signiﬁcance of hypertension. Describe the treatment approach for hypertension, including lifestyle changes and medication therapy.
Use the nursing process as a framework for care of the patient with hypertension. Describe the necessity for immediate treatment of hypertensive crisis. LEARNING OBJECTIVESFile Size: KB.
Nursing in hypertension care comprises counselling about lifestyle changes, blood pressure measurement, and being a translator for the physician. For the patient, changing lifestyle means performing self-care.
As not much in the form of research and guidelines for nurses is available, a middle-range theory of nursing in hypertension care was developed to guide nurses in their practice, in Cited by: 2.
In order to provide good care for patients with hypertension, caregivers must look after their own health, too. Learn how to take care of yourself on the job. The present study was a well-organized educational model which involved the patients in their own health care. This study was conducted in order to determine the status of HTN awareness, treatment, and control in the Iranian population and to evaluate the effect of a short-term educational program on the above-mentioned by: 7.
Americans who have uncontrolled hypertension, most have. a usual source of care (%), received medical care in the previous year (%), and have health insurance (%). The purpose of this document is to deliver tested strategies for.
busy clinicians to aid in efforts related to hypertension File Size: KB. Improved care in pulmonary arterial hypertension has led to increased longevity for patients, with a paralleled evolution in the nature of their needs.
There is more focus on the impact of the disease on their day-to-day activities and quality of life, and a holistic approach is coming to the front of pulmonary arterial hypertension management, which places the patient at the centre of their Cited by: Health Education for Hypertensive Patients Article (PDF Available) in JAMA The Journal of the American Medical Association (16) May w Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Interventions aimed at improving hypertension care need to target both provider-related and patient-related barriers in order to accrue health benefits at the population level. 1,8,9 One way is through innovative care delivery models such as the Chronic Care Mo11 and the Patient-centered Medical Home (PCMH), 12 which attempt to deliver Cited by: Background: Care bundles contain three to five evidence-informed practices, which need to be delivered collectively and consistently to improve health outcomes of patients.
Objectives: this study aimed to assess the level of stroke risk among hypertensive patients, evaluate the effect of a care bundle regarding hypertension control on health outcomes of hypertensive patients with stroke risk Author: Eman S.M.
Shahin, Nahed Abdelazeem Abdelsalam, Azza Anwar Aly. An overview of hypertension and a discussion of treatments can be found elsewhere (see "Patient education: High blood pressure in adults (Beyond the Basics)" and "Patient education: High blood pressure treatment in adults (Beyond the Basics)").
More detailed information is available by subscription. Initial Evaluation of Hypertension [Point-of-Care Guides] Blood Pressure Targets for Patients with Hypertension and Cardiovascular Disease Patient Education, Self-Care: 10/01/ Stage 2 hypertension is /90 or higher.
Your provider will recommend lifestyle changes and have you take 2 kinds of hypertension medicines. You will also need to have your blood pressure checked monthly until it is controlled. Manage chronic hypertension: Check your blood pressure at home. Patient’s Survival Guide It is hard to have complete understanding of a disease as complex as pulmonary hypertension (PH) when first diagnosed or even when you have lived with it for many years.
Written by a patient and first published in and now in its fifth edition, Pulmonary Hypertension: A Patient’s Survival Guide offers. Pregnancy Care Management Pathway: Patient Education The purpose of educating pregnant women receiving care management services is to enhance their ability to achieve their goals for the pregnancy and to increase the likelihood of a healthy birth Size: 2MB.
Team-based care to improve blood pressure control is a health systems-level, organizational intervention that relies on multidisciplinary teams to improve the quality of hypertension care for patients.
Team-based care is established by adding new staff or changing the roles of existing staff who work with a patient’s primary care provider.
Discharge Instructions for Low Blood Pressure (Hypotension) You have been diagnosed with low blood pressure (hypotension). When you have hypotension, your blood pressure is lower than normal. Low blood pressure can make you feel dizzy or faint. Pulmonary hypertension caused by left-sided heart disease (left heart failure, valve disease).
Group 3. Pulmonary hypertension caused by lung diseases or having a condition that causes your blood oxygen to be low (called hypoxemia).
These conditions include: Emphysema and other types of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Krames remains a cornerstone brand in the StayWell family of health engagement and behavior management solutions. Even as StayWell continues to innovate with new digital patient education solutions, Krames provides you with the option to remain focused on print patient education solutions address a range of learning styles and preferences for the patients.
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Access more than titles on demand. Illustrated pamphlets are easy to download and share with patients. Go.Home Care for Hypertension / Blood Pressure When blood pressure is not controlled you are at risk of heart attack, stroke, chronic kidney disease and even problems with your vision.
One of the ways you can help prevent and control high blood pressure is to make some lifestyle changes.