Discharge And Home Healthcare Guidelines

COMFORT MEASURES. Teach the patient to take analgesics as ordered and to use other appropriate comfort measures.

MEDICATION. Be sure the patient understands any medication prescribed, including dosage, route, action, and side effects. If the patient is placed on antibiotics, encourage him or her to complete the entire prescription.

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PREVENTION. Instruct the patient to increase fluid intake to enhance the passage of the stone. Instruct the patient to strain all urine, and, if a stone is obtained, emphasize the importance of returning the stone to the physician for analysis. If the patient has passed the stone and it has been analyzed, teach the necessary dietary changes, fluid intake requirements, and exercise regimen to prevent future stone formation. Patient should drink at least 2.5 L a day of fluid to prevent recurrences.

COMPLICATIONS. Teach the patient to report any signs of complications, such as fever, chills, or hematuria, as well as any changes in urinary output patterns, to the primary caregiver.

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