In Columbia, MD
After surgery or treatment, the elderly should be given extra caution, as surgeon involvement at an older age is more difficult for patients. After the procedure, a person’s strength deteriorates, making it impossible for him/her to serve himself/herself or perform basic daily tasks.
The elderly patient’s family will find it difficult to care for them on their own. But our homely care services provide post-operative care for the elders bringing serenity to your mind.
Not only does this necessitate strength and patience, but it also necessitates advanced medical expertise. Regular medical control is carried out in our homely elder care services, complications are diagnosed in a timely manner, medication is controlled, and adherence to other doctor’s prescriptions is monitored. We track the patient’s mood and seek advice from a psychologist.
A postoperative recovery period will take several months for elders. Taking care of an elderly patient at home can be challenging. Contact our homely elder care if you need high-quality, round-the-clock treatment for elderly patients.
There are some dimensions of post-operative patient care to remember. To support him/her in performing daily activities, an elderly disabled person must be continuously monitored. Our boarding house staff is concerned for the guest’s well-being, and all appropriate manipulations are performed by our trained nurses.
Wounds and stitches are processed by qualified technicians, and dressings are applied as directed by a doctor. We provide a high-quality treatment that will help you avoid postoperative complications and speed up the healing process.
Facilities We Offer
- Warm rooms with panic buttons and special equipment to help people with limited mobility travel around;
- Nutrition that is full and healthy, as recommended by the doctor
- Complete customer service and room cleaning on a daily basis
- Specialists on hand at all times
- Temperature, strain, pulse, and other indicators are measured on a daily basis.
- We can have specially fitted beds with mattresses to avoid pressure sores while the patient is lying down. Patients will use walkers, chairs, and other mobility aids in our boarding house.