We are changing the concept of senior care
As we grow older, we tend to rely on our loved ones for the support we need, whether to perform routine tasks around the house or to take care of our medical needs. But it is not always possible for family members to be around as much as they wish to be.
Our senior care services can be adapted to our client’s needs
Emirates Home Nursing would be pleased to assist and help you with the workload. We will always respect your boundaries and personal space, and you can tailor our assistance to your specific needs.
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Changes in body composition with aging may influence drug metabolism. As we age, we increase our body fat composition and decrease our lean body mass. An increase in body fat may increase the absorption of fat-soluble drugs such as diazepam. Sometimes that causes the patient to be very drowsy. A decrease in lean body mass and body water reduces the volume of distribution of water-soluble drugs (ex., digoxin). Medication management in the elderly must be followed up with a doctor regularly to detect any changes needed.
Most stroke survivors find that remembering old information from before their stroke remains easy while learning new information is difficult. Memory difficulties may also contribute to difficulties in problem-solving and learning new ideas.
Yes, we often relieve family members so they get a rest during the night. We are welcome in all hospitals in Dubai and can provide extra TLC for your family member and provide a report on activity to you the following day.
Medical equipment includes a hospital bed, an air mattress, a suctioning machine, an oxygen concentrator, backup oxygen cylinders, an IV stand for a feeding tube, blood pressure monitoring, and pulse oximeters. Emirates Home Nursing experts can organize it all for you.
The fear of falling is a well-documented phenomenon and is often the leading cause of decreased mobility. Through safe, supported practice, patients' confidence, as well as strength, are improved, and our nurses and caregivers are fully qualified and up to the task day and night.