Continence & Bowel
Diseases affecting Bladder, catheter, bowel or stoma are often restrictive to patients keeping them at home relying on the support of their family. Emirates Home Nursing endeavor to help you and your loved one to live a fulfilled and independent life. Learning about you and your needs allows us to deliver a tailored care plan.
Our clinical care nurses always follow your instructions to the minute and respect your choices and dignity. Circumstances can vary significantly from one person to another along with preferences too. Our carefully planned services will accommodate all your needs and requests.
From help going to the toilet and changing pads, all the way through to support with managing a catheter or changing a colostomy bag, we can talk you through the options and help you choose a nurse you feel most comfortable with.
If you require supervision or full assistance, we can do just that. Our nurses help people manage bowel or bladder problems as easily as possible.
Catheter, Nephrostomy, Urostomy, Stoma, Colostomy and Ileostomy Care
Caring for devices that help you manage your bladder or bowel problems can be a challenge. Due to the nature of these aids, seeking professional medical help can safeguard your privacy and self-esteem and take a load off your hands. We have caring, competent staff that will help you maintain a good quality of life.
Airway Management and Tracheostomy Care
A patient with a tracheostomy has probably been through a complicated care pathway, from surgery to critical care, general hospitalisation and finally released to their homes and families. However, tracheostomy care does not end in the hospital; safe medical attention and follow up should be provided at home. From specialist tracheostomy nurses to nose and throat nurses and physio therapists, it takes a village to help your loved one recover. Emirates Home Nursing is there with all the support you need.
Adapting to a tracheostomy tube requires a lot of determination and a bit of time. Eating, talking, exercising and keeping the tube clean and free of blockages can be difficult at first, but we will help you get to the point where you could be fully independent. Following an initial meeting to get to know you better, you’ll be matched with a nurse who possesses the correct experience and the right personality to support you in your daily routine.
All nursing staff involved in airway management receive intensive tracheostomy training. If our clients are on a mechanical ventilator, your nurse will receive additional ventilator training before working with you to ensure that you can live your life safely at home.
Spinal Cord injuries can cause permanent damage to different body functions, like loss of sensation and motor skills. Experiencing similar injuries, even if temporarily, can take its toll on your emotional, social and physical health.
With advanced technologies and proper treatment, you will be able to regain your strength partially or fully. During the difficult recovery and adaptation time, you will need additional support to live independently in the comfort of your home. Our nurses are experienced in providing spinal cord injury care for various injuries, including quadriplegia, paraplegia and tetraplegia.
Your hand-picked clinical care nurse will work around you to provide bespoke help. Our nurses are given extra training and support from our clinical experts, ensuring they have the right level of skills and experience to support you. With spinal injury care from Emirates Home Nursing, you can rest assured you’re receiving the best quality care.
We can support you each and every day with:
• Mobility support around the home
• Physiotherapy sessions and other rehabilitation activities
• Personal care, including bathing and dressing
• Bowel and bladder management
• Administering medication
Coming to terms with a severe condition, like cancer, can be one of the toughest battles you face in life. If you or a loved one is fighting cancer and need day-to-day assistance, we can fight by your side. Whether you need nursing support, home help, personal care or companionship and encouragement, our nurses will be there for you whenever you need them.
A positive attitude and family support will help you through the difficult days of treatments. By providing cancer care at home, you and your family can concentrate on spending quality time together.
Our nurses receive ongoing training to ensure they’re fully equipped with all the knowledge necessary to provide a complete cancer care service. We also have nurses who are trained and experienced in palliative and end-of-life care, helping people to live in comfort and with dignity during their final months.
Chest therapy is a great technique to vastly improve conditions that restrict breathing. It can improve your respiratory efficiency, promote your lung expansion, strengthen your respiratory muscles and eliminate secretions from your respiratory system. The therapy includes postural drainage, chest percussions and vibrations and breathing exercises.
Chest therapy and suctioning can improve your quality of life if you suffer from lung diseases such as bronchitis, pneumonia or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
You can benefit from our services if you suffer from cystic fibrosis or neuromuscular diseases such as Guillain-Barré syndrome and cerebral palsy as well as progressive muscle weakness such as myasthenia gravis, muscular dystrophy or tetanus.