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Hospital at home Part 2 (Teacher: Michael)

A downstairs bedroom saves an enormous amount of legwork and stair climbing for the carer. Food is easier to serve and it reaches the patient while still moderately hot. Almost everyone who has a stint of upstairs nursing for a long time has dropped at least one lot of food on the stairs. Also, if the patient is downstairs, they often better for being in contact with the rest of the home, unless they are very ill. Simply placing them near a window which is not draughty will allow them to what is going on outside.

A portable radio or television is also essential for most invalids to them entertained. If the patient is a youngster with homework to , try to a bedroom warm enough for the child to work in. Finally, don't cart all the flowers out of the temporary bedroom every night. The idea that they use up the patient's oxygen must date back to the days before oxygen discovered. It is also a good idea to an air freshener in the room as the unhealthy human can sometimes affect the bouquet of the room rather badly!

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