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Baby Care & Post Natal Care Service

The medical care and support provided to mothers and their babies during and after childbirth are referred to as Baby Care and postnatal care services. The primary goal of these services is to ensure the mother's and baby's well-being and health during the critical period following birth. These services typically include a variety of medical and non-medical interventions aimed at supporting new mothers' and their Baby Cares' physical, emotional, and social needs. Basic Baby Care care includes encouraging and supporting early and exclusive breastfeeding, keeping the baby warm, increasing hand washing, and providing hygienic umbilical cord and skin care. We offer a wide range of services, from nursing care for the new mother and infant to housekeeping and care for other children.


Post Operative Care Service

Postoperative care services refer to the medical care and support given to patients following a surgical procedure. The specific services provided may vary depending on the type of surgery and the patient's individual needs, but the following are some common services that may be included in postoperative care: Pain management, wound care, vital sign monitoring, medication management, physiotherapy, education, and counseling are all available. Postoperative care is intended to provide comprehensive support for patients as they recover from surgery. Postoperative care can help ensure a successful outcome and a smooth transition back to normal activities by addressing both the physical and emotional needs of patients.


Elder Care Service

Elder care services are intended to support and assist older adults who may need assistance with daily living activities or healthcare needs. Healthcare providers, social workers, and other professionals who specialize in working with older adults typically provide these services. Many elderly people require assistance with activities of daily living such as bathing, dressing, and grooming. These activities, as well as others such as meal preparation and medication management, may be assisted by elder care services. Individuals may experience social isolation or loneliness, both of which can be harmful to their mental and physical health. Companionship services, such as spending time with older adults, participating in social activities, or providing emotional support, may be provided by elder care services.

Home Nursing Care Service

Home Nursing Care Service

Home nursing services provide medical care and support to people in their own homes. Individuals who require regular medical attention or who are recovering from an illness or injury frequently use these services. Wound care, medication management, vital sign monitoring, injections or IV medications, and other specialized nursing procedures can all be included in home nursing services. Home nursing services can also include assistance with daily activities like bathing, dressing, and grooming. This programme is designed to assist patients in regaining their independence through a systematic and compassionate care plan tailored to each individual patient.


Physiotherapy Service

Physiotherapy is a science-based profession that approaches health and wellness from the perspective of the "whole person," which includes the patient's overall lifestyle. Physiotherapy seeks to improve a patient's mobility, function, and overall well-being. Physiotherapists also work with people to prevent mobility loss by developing fitness and wellness-oriented programmes for healthier and more active lifestyles, as well as providing services to individuals and populations to develop, maintain, and restore maximum movement and functional ability throughout their lives. This includes treating patients whose movement and function have been compromised by age, injury, disease, or environmental factors. Physiotherapy can help with physical rehabilitation, injury prevention, and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Physiotherapists assist you in healing on your own.


Medical and Surgical Dressing

Burns, pressure ulcers, and diabetic foot ulcers are examples of wounds that require regular monitoring and treatment with medical dressings. Surgical dressings are used to protect the incision site and promote healing after surgery. Medical and surgical dressings are specialized materials that are used to cover and protect wounds and incisions, as well as to promote healing and prevent infection. They can also help with drainage and pain relief. The dressing chosen will be determined by the location and severity of the wound or incision, as well as the type of healing required. Gauze dressing, Adhesive dressing, Hydrocolloid dressing, Alginate dressing, and foam dressing are some examples of common medical and surgical dressings.


Injection & Infusion

njection and infusion are two ways to get medication or fluids into your body. Injection is the process of delivering medication directly into a muscle, vein, or subcutaneous tissue using a needle and syringe. Intramuscular (into the muscle), subcutaneous (into the fatty tissue beneath the skin), and intravenous injections are all common type of injections. Infusion is the process of delivering medication or fluids into a vein over time, typically via an intravenous (IV) catheter. Infusion can be done with a gravity drip system, in which medication or fluids flow into the vein due to gravity, or with a pump, which delivers a more precise and controlled dose.Injection and infusion both necessitate specialised training and should only be performed by qualified medical personnel.


Tracheostomy Nursing Care

Tracheostomy is a surgical procedure that entails making an incision in the front of the neck and inserting a tube into the trachea (windpipe) to aid breathing. Tracheostomy care implies cleaning and maintaining the tracheostomy tube and stoma (the opening in the neck where the tube is inserted) to keep the patient's airway clear and prevent infection. Tracheostomy nursing care entails providing continuous support and monitoring to ensure that the tracheostomy tube is working properly and that the patient is comfortable and safe. To prevent infection and maintain proper function, the tracheostomy tube must be cleaned and replaced on a regular basis. Nursing care may include changing the tube and ensuring it is securely and properly positioned, monitoring the site for signs of infection, changing dressings, and providing wound care as needed.


Home Ventilator Care

The process of managing a mechanical ventilator machine used to assist a patient in breathing is known as ventilator care. Home ventilator support necessitates the use of specialized equipment, such as a ventilator machine, tubing, humidifier, and backup battery. To ensure proper operation, the equipment must be properly set up and maintained. Proper ventilator care is critical for the patient's safety and comfort. To prevent the spread of infection, the ventilator machine should be checked daily and cleaned on a regular basis. Patients on mechanical ventilation may produce excessive secretions that must be suctioned from their airways. This should be done only when necessary or as directed by your healthcare provider. Based on the patient's condition, our healthcare provider will determine the best position for them to ensure proper lung function and ventilation.


Colostomy Nursing Care

colostomy is a surgical procedure that involves the creation of a stoma in the abdomen through which the colon is diverted and waste is collected in a special bag attached to the skin. Colostomy care is medical care and support for people who have had a colostomy surgery. Depending on the reason for the surgery, a colostomy can be temporary or permanent. Living with a colostomy can be difficult, but most people can adjust and maintain their quality of life with the right care and support. Our service provider cleans the stoma and the skin around it on a regular basis, changes the colostomy bag, and checks for leaks. We examine the stoma for signs of infection, such as redness, swelling, or discharge. Keep in mind that proper post-colostomy care is critical for maintaining good health and quality of life.


Home Visit Doctors

Home doctor visits are medical consultations that occur at the patient's home rather than a doctor's office or hospital. Patients with mobility or transportation issues, as well as those who live in rural or remote areas, may benefit from home doctor visits. Patients frequently feel more at ease and comfortable in their own homes. This can lead to improved communication and a less stressful doctor-patient relationship. Home visits can be a more cost-effective alternative to hospital or office visits because they eliminate the need for transportation and hospital or office overhead costs. Routine medical care, such as annual check-ups, flu shots, and management of chronic conditions such as diabetes or high blood pressure, can be provided by home doctors. We offer urgent care services for minor injuries, illnesses, or infections that require medical attention but do not necessitate hospitalisation. Home doctors can provide specialised medical care for patients suffering from serious or terminal illnesses, with an emphasis on symptom management, pain relief, and quality of life.


Ryles Tube Feeding

Ryles tube feeding, also known as nasogastric tube feeding, is a method of delivering nutrients and medication directly to the stomach via a tube inserted through the nose and into the stomach. It is commonly used for patients who are unable to eat or drink normally due to medical conditions such as surgery, cancer, neurological disorders, or digestive disorders. A Ryles tube must be properly cared for in order to function properly and to avoid complications such as infection, blockage, or displacement. To avoid infection, it is critical to keep the Ryles tube clean. To reduce the risk of aspiration, patients should feed while standing up. Patients should be kept upright for at least 30 minutes after feeding to allow the food to pass into the stomach. Keep an eye out for any signs of complications, such as fever, abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, or respiratory distress in the patient. Wellnezzone homecare provides these cares round the clock.


Palliative Nursing Care

Palliative nursing care is a type of nursing care that focuses on improving the quality of life of patients suffering from serious or terminal illnesses. It entails providing physical, emotional, and spiritual support to patients and their families, and is frequently provided by specialised nurses with additional palliative care training and certification. Palliative nurses are specially trained to manage pain as well as other symptoms like nausea, fatigue, and shortness of breath. They collaborate with the patient's healthcare team to create a comprehensive plan of care that includes medications, non-pharmacological interventions, and other treatments to alleviate symptoms and improve comfort. We offer pain management, emotional support, advanced health care, and spiritual care. Palliative nursing care can help patients with serious or life-limiting illnesses improve their quality of life while also providing support and guidance to their families. It is an essential part of providing comprehensive care to patients with complex medical needs.


Catheter Nursing Care

A catheter is a medical device that is inserted into the body to drain fluids or medications or to perform medical procedures. Catheters are frequently used to drain urine from a patient's bladder when they are unable to do so on their own, as well as to deliver medications or fluids directly into the bloodstream. Catheter nursing care entails the care and management of urinary catheters. Catheter care at home entails keeping the catheter and surrounding area clean, monitoring the catheter and drainage bag, and taking precautions to avoid infection and other complications. We keep an eye out for signs of complications like fever, abdominal pain, blood in the urine, or discolored urine. Catheter nursing care is essential for avoiding complications like infection, blockage, and catheter-associated urinary tract infections (CAUTIs).

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Frequently Asked?

Home health care services are designed to provide professional support and personalized care to patients in the comfort of their own homes, extending beyond the hospital setting. These services are typically provided by trained and experienced caregivers, nurses, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, and other healthcare professionals.

Various types of home care services include:

Support with daily activities such as bathing, dressing, and grooming

Rehabilitative therapies such as physical therapy, speech therapy, and occupational therapy to help patients regain their strength and independence

Short or long-term nursing care for a range of conditions, including those that require tracheostomy or ventilator care

By offering these services in the home setting, patients are able to receive the highest possible quality of life while remaining in a familiar and comfortable environment. Overall, home health care services aim to improve the recovery time, reduce hospital stays, and enhance the overall well-being of patients.

Home care services offer several advantages for individuals in need of care. First and foremost, it allows patients to receive personalized care in the comfort of their own homes, where they can feel safe and secure. This can lead to a sense of independence and autonomy that may not be possible in a hospital or nursing home setting.

In addition, home care services can often result in improved recovery times, as patients are able to receive continuous care and attention from their caregivers. This can also help to reduce the risk of hospital readmissions, as patients are closely monitored and their care plan is adjusted as needed.

Furthermore, home care services can provide a range of medical and non-medical services to support patients with daily living activities, such as bathing, dressing, grooming, and meal preparation. This can help to reduce the burden on family members or friends who may be providing care, as well as ensure that patients are receiving the appropriate level of care and attention.

Overall, choosing home care services can provide many benefits, including personalized care in a familiar and comfortable environment, improved recovery times, reduced hospital stays, and comprehensive support with daily activities.

Our home care services are available for individuals of all ages who require assistance with daily living activities or medical care.

Elderly individuals who wish to age in place and maintain their independence can benefit from our services, as we offer a range of support options to help with daily activities and medical needs.

Individuals with chronic conditions or illnesses, such as dementia, cancer, or heart disease, can also benefit from our home care services, as we provide personalized care and attention to support their unique needs.

Individuals who require short-term or long-term nursing care, wound care, or other medical treatments can also approach us for assistance.

We also provide respite care services for family members or friends who are caring for their loved ones but require a break or temporary support.

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