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This information often can be found on the hospital’s Web site. Other things to bring include: Protective containers for holding eyeglasses or dentures when not in use; Books, magazines, crossword puzzles to help pass the time; Paper and pen for jotting down notes and questions—to help you remember to ask doctors or nurses when they are in the room. Rationale:Most people do fine on their own when they are a patient in the hospital, but for complex situations having an advocate with you, gives you a second set of ears to help you understand what is going on and helps ensure your voice is heard and your goals are recognized. A pen and a notebook. A cardigan-style sweater or bed jacket can help ward off the chills.
Make sure you have slippers to walk around in the hospital and one pair of regular shoes (in case you’re allowed to walk outside, and you’ll need them for the trip home anyway). Eyeglasses, if you require them. Going to the hospital is probably not your favorite destination, but packing some must-have comfort items can make you feel more at home. Apart from pets, many items are fair game to bring. After all, the hospital is there to serve the patient, not the caregiver.
As a caregiver you may often you may feel like you have to fend for yourself. Things to bring. Socks and slippers. Tile floors can feel really cold and suck the heat out of you, if you get cold it is up to you to figure out how to get warm, the blankets are for the patients. “For the drive to the hospital, you may want to bring a towel you don’t care about and a garbage sack.
Put the garbage sack down on your seat and then the towel. That way, if your water breaks on the way to the hospital, you don’t have to worry about cleaning the car when you get home.”. When you have a problem, do not wait too long to get medical care. If your problem is not life threatening or risking disability, but you are concerned and you cannot see your provider soon enough, go to an urgent care clinic.
The kinds of problems an urgent care clinic can deal with includ. It’s better to simply take a list of medications with you to the hospital. But if you don’t have a list, it’s OK to take the pill bottles so caregivers at least know what you are taking. At Lake.
Here are 10 items that you can, and even should, take to the hospital with you when you go in for your surgery to make your stay a little more comfortable and a bit easier. 1. A pen and notepad so you can take notes. 2. A book or puzzle book such as crosswords or word finds.
3. Money for parking or a taxi if you’re taking one and change for vending machines. Snacks: Don’t rely on hospital food; bring your own crackers, raisins and granola bars.
Make sure to pack snacks without strong smells, as Mom’s stomach may not be able to handle it at this time.
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