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Osteoporosis is a condition causing weakening of bones and increased susceptibility to fracture. Osteoporosis most commonly occurs in older adults, especially women. These people are at a high risk of fractures while doing routine activities such as standing or walking. Most commonly affected bones are the hips, ribs, and the wrist and spine bones.

 

Osteoporosis Symptoms:

 

Diabetes, also called Diabetes mellitus, is a group of chronic metabolic diseases that result in high blood sugar (glucose) levels. Our body has a hormone called insulin that lowers the blood sugar levels. In diabetes mellitus, the body either doesn’t make enough insulin or is unable to effectively use it, resulting in an increase in the blood levels of glucose. If untreated, this can cause damage to the nerves, eyes, kidneys, and other organs.

 

 

Before gastrostomy tube feeding/peg tube feeding, supplies to collect include a 60cc syringe, prescribed liquid food, a measuring cup, a clean container and an IV pole to hang the food container to. To accept your liquid food, attach the tube from the end of the food bag to the end of your gastrostomy tube. Before the process of gastrostomy tube feeding/peg tube feeding, always wash your hands thoroughly. Attach the 60cc syringe to the end of your peg tube feeding and confirm its placement.

 

The term encompasses a wide variety of cardiovascular disorders. These include:

●    Arrhythmias, which are abnormalities in the heart rhythm


●    Atherosclerosis, hardening and subsequent narrowing of the arteries


●    Cardiomyopathy, which is weakening or hardening of the heart muscles


●    Coronary artery disease, where there is buildup of materials in the heart arteries, that can cause their narrowing and in turn lead to a heart attack

It manifests mainly as a disease that affects motor functions as the drop in dopamine levels affects movement coordination in a patient suffering from it. Symptoms of Parkinson’s disease include tremors, rigidity, shaking, slowing of movement, loss of balance, and other non- motor symptoms like behavioural changes, difficulty in speaking, fatigue, depression, dementia to even hallucinations.

 

The symptoms of this condition usually appear over time and can impair a person’s ability to perform everyday tasks. Depending on the type of arthritis, the symptoms may include joint pain, stiffness, swelling and redness of the skin around the joint and a decreased range of motion. The symptoms may appear worse in the morning and usually worsen with age.

 

There are over 100 different types of arthritis. The most commonly seen conditions include: 

 

 

We decided to write a blog to help elders out in understanding hypertension and how to manage it through a healthy diet and delicious alternatives!

 

What is Hypertension?

 

Hypertension, or high blood pressure, refers to the pressure of blood against your artery walls. High blood pressure (also known as hypertension) occurs when this force is consistently too high.

 

How to manage Hypertension?

 

Our technology-driven 24*7 specialized emergency elderly support backed by bike responders and elderly care paramedics ensures to provide swift emergency medical services.

 

There have been so many times that due to the rapid response of our Emergency Responder Team (ERT), we were able to attend to medical emergencies and prevented our elders from slipping into critical condition.

 

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