THE SILVER LINING

Mrs. Samita Sharma

ICU Care atHOME

“THE SILVER LINING”

Mrs. Samita Sharma
ICU Care atHOME

DISEASE

  • Chronic Necrotizing Pulmonary Aspergillosis
  • COPD

ONBOARDING CONDITION

  • Patient on ventilator support with BiPAP mode with 3 ltr oxygen support
  • Conscious, and responding to verbal commands
  • Bedridden
  • NG tube feeding
  • On tracheostomy
  • On regular nebulization

HCAH CARE

  • Ventilator care
  • Vital signs monitoring
  • NG Feeding
  • TT Suction intermittent
  • Tracheostomy dressing and care
  • Regular Nebulization
  • Medication administration
  • Chest and limb Physiotherapy
  • Catheter care
  • Central line care

OUTCOME

  • Patient neurologically improved and started communicating in sign language
  • Started playing with staff and sat on bed
  • Walked around the bed with assistance
  • Patient can perform her ADLs independently

1

DISEASE

 

  • Chronic Necrotizing Pulmonary Aspergillosis
  • COPD

2

ONBOARDING CONDITION

 

  • Patient on ventilator support with BiPAP mode with 3 ltr oxygen support
  • Conscious, and responding to verbal commands
  • Bedridden
  • NG tube feeding
  • On tracheostomy
  • On regular nebulization

3

HCAH CARE

 

  • Ventilator care
  • Vital signs monitoring
  • NG Feeding
  • TT Suction intermittent
  • Tracheostomy dressing and care
  • Regular Nebulization
  • Medication administration
  • Chest and limb Physiotherapy
  • Catheter care
  • Central line care

4

OUTCOME

 

  • Patient neurologically improved and started communicating in sign language
  • Started playing with staff and sat on bed
  • Walked around the bed with assistance
  • Patient can perform her ADLs independently

 

My biggest fear was going back
to the hospital. I didn’t want to
go back


Having her treatment adminis-
tered at home made a world of
difference to her recovery


Most people will tell you they would rather be at home. And so did Mrs. Samita Sharma, who wanted to be close to her big, beautiful family when she was diagnosed with chronic necrotising pulmonary aspergillosis and COPD.

During her initial diagnosis, she had no idea how long the maze would be, but she needed to get started right away. Since the first episode of COPD, her health started to deteriorate rapidly. Her specialist referred her to a resident hospital to take the case further.

However, there was no major improvement in her condition, while the bills were rising continuously.

Mrs. Sharma was received in a critical condition. Being on a ventilator and being fitted with a tracheostomy, her condition was very grave. She was completely bedridden and was only responding to verbal commands.

Once Mrs. Sharma returned to the comfort of her home, she required advanced care and great support team, who was specially trained in caring for ICU patients in serious conditions, including tracheostomy and ventilator care. That’s when Healthcare atHOME became a part of their family.

HealthCare atHOME started the treatment in full swing. They provided her with ventilator support, and her vital signs were monitored regularly. Tracheostomy dressing was done for clearing her airways. While, feeding was done exclusively by a food pipe. She was given a nebulizer treatment for the administration of medicines.

Soon, Mrs. Sharma started showing signs of recovery. She improved neurologically and gradually started communicating in sign language. She started playing with the staff and could sit on the bed with some help. Chest and limb physiotherapy improved her movements. She started walking around the bed bit by bit, with some assistance.

In a matter of 6 months, she recovered in the comfort and convenience of her home, surrounded by her 3 sons and 2 daughters. Today, she adamantly believes she could not be in safer hands than the brilliant team of HealthCare atHOME.

Most people will tell you they would rather be at home. And so did Mrs. Samita Sharma, who wanted to be close to her big, beautiful family when she was diagnosed with chronic necrotising pulmonary aspergillosis and COPD.During her initial diagnosis, she had no idea how long the maze would be, but she needed to get started right away. Since the first episode of COPD, her health started to deteriorate rapidly. Her specialist referred her to a resident hospital to take the case further.However, there was no major improvement in her condition, while the bills were rising continuously.Her condition seemed to grow worse with each passing day. The distressed family on seeing her alarming state, could not take it anymore. When they came to know about health services at home, they quickly found out all the details. And decided to bring her home.Mrs. Sharma was received in a critical condition. Being on a ventilator and being fitted with a tracheostomy, her condition was very grave. She was completely bedridden and was only responding to verbal commands.Once Mrs. Sharma returned to the comfort of her home, she required advanced care and great support team, who was specially trained in caring for ICU patients in serious conditions, including tracheostomy and ventilator care. That is when Healthcare atHOME became a part of their family.HealthCare atHOME started the treatment in full swing. They provided her with ventilator support, and her vital signs were monitored regularly. Tracheostomy dressing was done for clearing her airways. While, feeding was done exclusively by a food pipe. She was given a nebulizer treatment for the administration of medicines.Soon, Mrs. Sharma started showing signs of recovery. She improved neurologically and gradually started communicating in sign language. She started playing with the staff and could sit on the bed with some help. Chest and limb physiotherapy improved her movements. She started walking around the bed bit by bit, with some assistance.In a matter of 6 months, she recovered in the comfort and convenience of her home, surrounded by her 3 sons and 2 daughters. Today, she adamantly believes she could not be in safer hands than the brilliant team of HealthCare atHOME.

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