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As long as client can put pill into mouth or inject insulin, apply eye drops, etc. Even if client CAN self-administer, but needs someone to "pre-pour" meds into weekly medication box, specify WHO will do that. If client is not "self-directing," state WHO will direct care - usually a family member, involved neighbor, or community agency. Must be in daily contact and be available hours a day for emergencies by phone, beeper.

Need not live with client. Decubitus care Both PCA and HHA may do routine skin care -- lubricate unbroken stable skin with non-prescription lotions, powders, creams, do gentle massage of unbroken skin areas, back rub. Dressings - sterile only nurses or trained family members 2. A "stable" wound is closed skin with no drainage, swelling, infection, or redness, but may have scab or be crusted.

PCA may remove old dressing, cleanse skin around wound with soap and water, apply new dressing, but may not apply prescription or nonprescription medication to wound or apply sterile dressing.

HHA may apply these medications, but not sterile dressing. See 5 on exercise 4. Active range of motion client does exercise with coaching, aide supports joints - PCA may 6. Enema PCA may not. HHAs may administer commercial, not soap, solutions for self-directing clients.

HHA may do daily care if ostomy is mature and stable, some irrigation allowed only if client self-directing. HHA may plug in, charge batteries, check settings against plan of care, set gauges, may not assess need for suctioning or perform suctioning except superficial oral suctioning with bulb syringe Catheter care For external and indwelling catheters, PCA may do daily routine perineal care, empty bag, measure and record output, and for: Condom catheter Texas, external -- Personal care aides may apply catheter and change and empty bag Indwelling foley catheter -- PCA and HHA may not insert or remove.

Both may empty the bag, but PCA may not change the bag. HHA may irrigate catheter and change the bag only for self-directing patient. Tube irrigation PCA may not. Tube feeding Nasogastric or gastric tube -- PCA may not. HHA may not insert or irrigate tube or instill feeding, but may assemble, clean and store equipment.

Inhalation therapy PCA may not instill but may assist client to do herself; HHA may instill for self-directing client.

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M11q Form! Attn: Case Load No. Form to. GSS District Office. Complete d Form to: Address. Zip Code. The first step is to have the doctor fill out the form M11Q which outlines the.

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As long as client can put pill into mouth or inject insulin, apply eye drops, etc. Even if client CAN self-administer, but needs someone to "pre-pour" meds into weekly medication box, specify WHO will do that. If client is not "self-directing," state WHO will direct care - usually a family member, involved neighbor, or community agency. Must be in daily contact and be available hours a day for emergencies by phone, beeper.

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