so that the patient do nat get any kind of bacteria or other allergic problems as the immune system of the patient is weak n can create more complications
when u are on a motorbike..
You should wear protective clothing because you could easily hurt yourself e.g: builders have to wear helmets to protect them from anything falling on them.
To prevent contamination to yourself as well as the Patient, and for sterility.
wear protective clothing
You look for a caring and protective nature. If the guy is having a protective nature then he will protect you guys. A good sense of understanding should also be there.
Yes that's why you should wear protective clothing.
The chances of catching the bug yourself from your patient is reasonably small; that is unless you yourself have any open wounds or sores that are not suitably treated and dressed so if this were the case you should not be doing his wound care. The only protective clothing you need are apron and gloves. Remember to keep dressings sterile and to wash your hands well with hot soapy water.
Sleeping with or without clothing generally will not make a difference, though sleeping with clothing can help to lessen the bites.
Shift their position every two hours.
If you are at risk for chickenpox, it makes more sense to get a chickenpox vaccine rather than taking acyclovir when caring for a chickenpox patient. Talk with your healthcare provider to be sure that taking antivirals is your best option given your particular medical history.
Some good attributes to have to be an elderly companion is to be caring and patient. This person should also have experience dealing with elderly and some degree.
Usually the standard sterile gloves, mask and goggles can suffice to protect you when suctioning.