Home care calls for more nurses
The nurses (first from the left) of the Le Nuo platform are providing on-site nursing services to residents' homes.
Photo by Yang Xue
Nurses come to solve problems
Home care facilitates many patients with reduced mobility, enabling them to rest, treat and train at home
"Ms. Xu, I miss you, where are you all going?" Wang Huixia is 35 years old. She was so happy to see Xu Jian, a nurse who came to her for home care.
Xu Jian sat next to Wang Huixia, picked up a textbook for the first grade of elementary school Chinese, and began to take her to review the ancient poem learned a week ago: "One to two or three miles-"
"There are four or five houses in Yancun. Six or seven pavilions, eighty or ninety branches of flowers." Wang Huixia fluently backed "Song Village Wing Huai."
"Her intelligence has deteriorated to the level of a six- or seven-year-old. I trained her to remember as much as possible." Xu Jian said that two months ago, Wang Huixia couldn't communicate with people, could not recognize her left and right, and had limited limb movement .
Wang Huixia had suffered cerebral infarction due to amniotic fluid embolism and was almost paralyzed in bed. The family could not afford the cost of long-term hospitalization, and could not bear to leave Wang Huixia alone in the nursing home. Sister Wang Huiwen asked many people, and finally contacted an on-site care institution-"Le Nuo Service Platform". The first time an on-site nurse gave Wang Huixia a nursing assessment, learned about her self-care ability, cognitive ability, and mental state, and talked in-depth with several relatives. After the assessment, "Le Nuo" discussed with the family and worked out a care plan.
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