Be sure the patient understands all medications, including the dosage, route, action, and adverse effects. If the patient is to be discharged while she or he is still on antibiotics, emphasize the need to complete the medication regimen. Teach the patient the signs of resistance (new onset of fever and abdominal pain) and superinfection (oral candida infection, yeast infection in the moist areas of the skin).
Teach the patient to report any nausea; vomiting; abdominal pain; abdominal distension, bloating, or swelling; or bleeding, odor, redness, drainage, or warmth from a surgical incision. Advise the patient to seek emergency treatment for respiratory problems such as dyspnea. Teach the patient to avoid heavy lifting for 6 weeks. Review dietary and activity limitations.
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