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By Hudsonview | July 15, 2019 |

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Comfort Care to Give Dignity to Patients

By Hudsonview | July 12, 2019 |
Comfort care restores dignity

Patients dealing with a serious or long term illness often deal with a whirlwind of emotions. In addition to coming to terms with being ill, they often feel robbed of their dignity. Providing comfort care above the medical care that they require can give them back the dignity they feel they’ve lost. Comfort  care’s role…

Innovative Recreation Activities for Seniors

By Hudsonview | July 9, 2019 |
Innovative Recreation Activities for Seniors

Seniors often have lots of creative energy and time, especially if they’re retired. While there are some recreation activities for seniors that are tried-and-true, such as painting, gardening, and photography, there are some new and fresh ideas to keep seniors active and engaged. Gymnastics This isn’t the first thing one would imagine as suitable for…

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By Hudsonview | July 5, 2019 |

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Five Reasons Hospice Care Can Help You Now

By Hudsonview | July 5, 2019 |
Five Reasons Hospice Care Can Help You Now

Hospice care has become an important part of a terminal patient’s care. As more people, doctors and hospitals become acquainted with the process, patients have been able to take advantage of all of the benefits of this care at the end of their lives. What is hospice care? Hospice care is the pursuit of the…

Dialysis Patients Have Decreased Activities for Daily Living

By Hudsonview | July 2, 2019 |
Dialysis and activities for daily living

A new study shows that patients undergoing dialysis have decreased functioning as measured by their ability to perform activities for daily living (ADLs). CKD and dialysis Patients who have CKD, or chronic kidney disease, are on a continuum of stages. In the first stage, kidney dysfunction is so low as not to be recognized. In…

Preparing Ourselves for Long Term Care

By Hudsonview | June 27, 2019 |
Long term care

According to the US government, about 7 in ten people who are 65 today will need some form of long term care in the future, whether in a facility or at home. The emotional and financial costs might be steep, and it’s beneficial to consider the implications of what it means and entails before it…

Are Medical Residents Getting Enough Medicare Education?

By Hudsonview | June 25, 2019 |
Medicare Education for residents

In a recent study, researchers set out to determine whether medical residents in family medicine are getting proper Medicare education and learning enough about the population to treat Medicare patients. Changing geriatric population The 2017 census indicates that by the year 2030, the number of people age 65 and older will be higher than the…

Rising Diabetic Amputations Bring up Questions About Vascular Care

By Hudsonview | June 21, 2019 |
Poor vascular care for diabetes patients can cause amputation

There is a scourge of obesity in the US right now, and it’s spreading all over the world. A typical outgrowth of this trend is a rise in diabetes, which can slowly destroy a person’s body, often proving fatal. Unfortunately, one of the severe results of type II diabetes that does get the right treatment…

Four Psychiatric Principles from the AMA that Can Help in Palliative Care

By Hudsonview | June 18, 2019 |
Four skills for palliative care

An article in the American Medical Association (AMA) Journal of Ethics talks about principles from the field of psychiatry that can be applied to the field of palliative care. Both fields have much in common, specifically relying very much on developing communication skills. Commonalities between Psychiatry and palliative care The article in the AMA journal…