Ace inhibitors to open blood vessels reduce blood

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ACE inhibitors – to open blood vessels, reduce blood pressure and reduce sodium retention and water retention. Lifestyle changes – such as regular gentle physical activity, losing excess body fat, stopping smoking, adhering to healthy eating patterns with low salt, restricting alcohol and having adequate rest. Insertion of implantable cardiac devices. The primary care doctor is usually a general internist or family physician who provides your routine preventive healthcare (including physical exams and basic tests). Physical and occupational therapists assist with cardiac rehabilitation and help develop an appropriate plan for regular physical activity. Document title: HLTENN013_AE_Kn_1of3 Page 12 of 43 Resource ID: HCS_18_023_HLTENN013_AE_Kn_1of3 STUDENT NAME:
3. a) Outline six ways that urinary incontinence can be managed to ensure dignity and comfort for the older person b) Outline three reasons for faecal incontinence in an older person c) Outline three ways faecal incontinence can be managed from an enrolled nurse’s perspective.
4. Explain three reasons for good mouth and dental care of an older person Document title: HLTENN013_AE_Kn_1of3 Page 13 of 43 Resource ID: HCS_18_023_HLTENN013_AE_Kn_1of3 STUDENT NAME:
Tooth decay. ... Gum disease. ... Tooth loss is common in older adults . ... Document title: HLTENN013_AE_Kn_1of3 Page 14 of 43 Resource ID: HCS_18_023_HLTENN013_AE_Kn_1of3 STUDENT NAME:
5. Explain five basic key care procedures involved for oral and dental care of the older person for each of the following situations.

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