A GIFT OF LIFE

Mr. Manpreet Singh (34 years)

NursingCare atHOME

“A GIFT OF LIFE”

Mr. Manpreet Singh (34 years)
NursingCare atHOME

DIAGNOSIS

  • RTA With Polytrauma (Diffuse Axonal Injury)
  • Blunt injury abdomen

ONBOARDING CONDITION

  • Patient is on O2 support
  • GCS 3, Unconscious
  • Bedridden
  • NG tube feed

WHAT WE DID

  • O2 Administration
  • Vital signs monitoring
  • NG Feeding (High Protein, Diabetic)
  • TT Suction intermittent

OUTCOME

  • O2 disconnected in 1 month and
  • Saturations maintained in room air
  • GCS improved 3/15 to 9/15
  • Foleys catheter removed

1

Diagnosis

 

  • RTA With Polytrauma (Diffuse Axonal Injury)
  • Blunt injury abdomen

2

ONBOARDING CONDITION

 

  • Patient is on O2 support
  • GCS 3, Unconscious
  • Bedridden
  • NG tube feed

3

WHAT WE DID

 

  • O2 Administration
  • Vital signs monitoring
  • NG Feeding (High Protein, Diabetic)
  • TT Suction intermittent

4

OUTCOME

 

  • O2 disconnected in 1 month and
  • Saturations maintained in room air
  • GCS improved 3/15 to 9/15
  • Foleys catheter removed

I am not the person
I was before the accident.
I am better..


We just helped to get him
back into his life, which was
diminishing out of his memory.


They say life can change in an instance. No one knows this better than Mr. Manpreet Singh. The evening of 9th May knocked the doors of the Singh family with an ill fate.

On his way home from work, Manpreet met with a fatal road accident, which left his entire family and friends distraught.

Manpreet suffered a severe injury in the brain, along with several other blunt injuries. He also developed a temporary amnesia. Life had come to a halt for the entire family.

Being a critical case at the hospital, his bills were rising without any major improvement in his condition. He had restricted mobility and his amnesia was not responding well. The brunt of the hospital environment further aggravated his will power to recover and be on his toes again.

Seeing his condition, and not being able to manage home and hospital at the same time, his wife contacted Healthcare atHome and decided to treat Manpreet in the comfort of his home.

HCAH laid down a plan a plan for Manpreet’s treatment that started with chest and physical physiotherapy, besides giving him regular nebulization. His vital signs were monitored and a routine care of tracheostomy dressing was taken.

During traumatic experiences, both physical and emotional recovery depends on support. There was a drastic improvement in his movements through physiotherapy. Progress in his physical state further gave way to his emotional being. Slowly, Manpreet was able to recognise his family members.

35-year-old Rishabh was diagnosed of AVN- Bilateral Hip Avascular Necrosis.AVN is a condition where there is a reduced supply of blood to the bones.His journey with AVN started when he first complained of intermittent pain radiating from his thigh region. Walking and stair climbing was gradually becoming difficult for him. Only sitting and resting would get him some relief from this pain.On his doctor’s advice, Rishabh successfully underwent a left-hip surgery immediately. However, this was not enough as his body needed long-term regular physiotherapy. This is when a friend recommended him to take home physiotherapy care from Healthcare atHOME.Without further delay, Rishabh contacted HCAH for taking the treatment forward. When HCAH received Rishabh, he could barely stand or walk. He was taking a walker’s support to move with ease. His hip and knee movements were restricted and he could not climb stairs at all.HCAH penned down a protocol-led plan for his treatment that included a regular visit from a clinically qualified physiotherapist. The physiotherapist helped him with active range of motion exercises (ROM) for hip and knee movements. Isometric exercises of hip, knee and ankle were followed by resisted exercises. Gait training, balance exercises and HOME exercise programme were other such pieces of training that were scheduled for his recovery.Gradually, Rishabh’s joint and knee mobility improved to a great bend. He was able to walk easily and climb stairs without any difficulty. The intensity of pain after surgery reduced to a great extent.This routine for Rishabh was followed for a matter of 1.5 months. Today, there are no hurdles in his walk and he is able to stand, move, climb stairs easily without any support and pain.In the next few months, he will be undergoing the right hip surgery. Rishabh is quite positive and confident this time and is not scared to take any challenge that comes his way now onwards.

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