Diabetes Care At Home

Diabetes Care in Kolkata

Diabetes Care stablishing a healthy lifestyle to managing blood sugar and insulin levels, living with Diabetes is challengingMadre Healthcare offers a solution to lessen the impact the disease has on one’s health and well-being.

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    Benefits Of Diabetes Care

    You need to learn how to take charge of your health every day to live well with type 2 diabetes. The good news is, there are many safe ways to care for your condition at home. They help you to manage your disease just like you manage other parts of your life, like work, household chores, and the family budget. And they can help you feel in control of your health.

    Medical & Non-Medical Services We offer

    Examples of Medical & Non-medical Services:

    Depending on patients’ needs and Doctor recommendations, a complete  healthcare package will be made for each patient, that will include services such as:

    Physiotherapy at Home 

    Doctor Home Visit  

    Lab Test 

    Specialist Consultation and Much More
      

    Personal Care and Companionship services may include: Assistance with self-care, such as grooming, bathing, dressing, and using the toilet

    Flexible & Well-Suited Services

    The many different types of Diabetes care available to families, be more or less relevant depending on elders’ needs and desires. Also more likely to be manageable and suitable about service hours. Day programs are a good option for elders who do not require round-the-clock check up.

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    Diabetes Care at Home: Our Services

    Blood Tests

    Basic Diabetes Package
     Diabetes Screening (Fasting Blood Sugar,HbA1c),
    Routine Urine Analysis (colour, appearance, SG, Glucose, Protein, Blood, Bilirubin, Urobilinogen, nitrite, Pus Cells, Epithelial Cells, RBC, Crystals, Creatinine)
    Advanced Diabetes Package
     CBC (Hb, WBC count, Neutrophils, Lymphocytes, Monocytes, Eosinophils, basophils, RBC count, Hematocrit, MCV, MCH, Platelet count)
    Diabetes Screening (Fasting Blood Sugar,HbA1c)
    Lipid Profile ((Cholesterol – Total, Cholesterol – HDL, Cholesterol – LDL, Triglycerides, Total cholesterol/HDL ratio, Cholesterol VLDL, LDL / HDL Ratio))
    Premium Diabetes Package
    CBC (Hb, WBC count, Neutrophils, Lymphocytes, Monocytes, Eosinophils, basophils, RBC count, Hematocrit, MCV, MCH, Platelet count), 
    Diabetes Screening (Fasting Blood Sugar,HbA1c)
     Kidney Tests
    Lipid Profile ((Cholesterol – Total, Cholesterol – HDL, Cholesterol – LDL, Triglycerides, Total cholesterol/HDL ratio, Cholesterol VLDL, LDL / HDL Ratio))

    Doctor Consultation

    Diabetic Care
    Regular Monitoring of Blood Pressure and Blood Sugar Levels. 
    Doctor’s Consultation Once in Every Three Months
    Diet and Proper Medication
    Emergency Service When Needed
    Insulin

    Dietary

    Nutrition Consultation and Diet Chart
    Fruits And Vegetables
    Starchy foods / Carbohydrates
    Protein 
    Dairy
    Sugar, salt and high-fat foods
    Physical exercise

    See Who You Can Appoint for Diabetes Care

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    Shift Timing

    Short Visits

    Hourly/Short Visits

    Day Shift

    6 Hours to 12 Hours

    Night Shift

    Night - 12 Hours

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    24 Hours Resident

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    Diabetes Care at Home: Why Choose Us?

    COMPASSION

    There is often emotional, physical and financial stress associated with using home health care. Our clinical professionals, home health aides and office staff are fully aware that you need your questions answered and your medical needs attended to. They also know it’s important to do so in a manner that makes you feel comfortable and helps you or your loved one live the best life possible. 

    UNDERSTANDING

    We understand that you and your loved ones live in the real world, dealing with all of life’s ups and downs. We understand when your parents want to live in their own home but you can’t be with them all the time. We understand when your wife will need help getting around, bathing and taking care of her wounds after she leaves the hospital. We understand when your father is cranky because he needs to give up his favorite foods, now that he’s been diagnosed with heart failure and diabetes. No matter your situation, we understand how to provide the highest quality home health care when, where and how you need it.

    AVAILABILITY, 24/7

    We are always available when you need us, where you need us whether you have planned in advance for home health care or face a crisis and need an immediate solution. Our staff can be reached all day and night, all week, every day of the year, including holidays. And we have the resources to provide you with care, no matter what. For example, if your nurse is sick, you won’t go without the services you require—we can send in a back-up at a moment’s notice. 

    SERVICES

    Too often, home health care is misunderstood as being just for older people. We do offer more senior care services than any other home health care organization in KOLKATA—but Vision Homecare provides much more. We have services for pregnant women and their newborns, for children suffering from chronic illnesses and for adults of any age recovering from surgery. We provide skilled nursing care, rehabilitation therapy (physical, occupational and speech therapy), mental health counseling and, at the end of life, hospice and bereavement services. 

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    FAQs On Diabetes Care at Home

    Therefore, it’s important to avoid the foods listed below.
    1. Sugar-Sweetened Beverages. Sugary beverages are the worst drink choice for someone with diabetes. …
    2. Trans Fats. …
    3. White Bread, Pasta and Rice. …
    4. Fruit-Flavored Yogurt. …
    5. Sweetened Breakfast Cereals. …
    6. Flavored Coffee Drinks. …
    7. Honey, Agave Nectar and Maple Syrup. …
    8. Dried Fruit.

    Bananas are a safe and nutritious fruit for people with diabetes to eat in moderation as part of a balanced, individualized diet plan. A person with diabetes should include fresh, plant food options in the diet, such as fruits and vegetables. Bananas provide plenty of nutrition without adding many calories.

    The main symptoms of hyperglycemia are increased thirst and a frequent need to urinate. Other symptoms that can occur with high blood sugar are: Headaches. Tiredness.

    Examples of some diabetic-friendly desserts that may or may not have artificial sweeteners include:
    • granola (with no sugar added) and fresh fruit.
    • graham crackers with nut butter.
    • angel food cake.
    • sugar-free hot chocolate sprinkled with cinnamon.
    • sugar-free fudge popsicle.

    The American Diabetes Association recommends choosing whole grain bread or 100 percent whole wheat bread instead of white bread. White bread is made from highly processed white flour and added sugar.

    Although potatoes are a starchy vegetable, a person with diabetes can still enjoy them as part of a healthful diet. … For this reason, it essential that people with diabetes monitor their carbohydrate intake. Potatoes are a starchy vegetable. They contain carbohydrates which will increase a person’s blood sugar levels.

    According to the association, citrus fruits like oranges, grapefruits and lemons are full of fibre, vitamin C, folate and potassium, which would help benefit a healthy diabetic eating plan. Oranges are full of fibre. … Diabetics are advised to include more low GI foods in their diets.

    Rice is rich in carbohydrates and can have a high GI score. If you have diabetes, you may think that you need to skip it at the dinner, but this isn’t always the case. You can still eat rice if you have diabetes. You should avoid eating it in large portions or too frequently, though.

    Tropical Fruits: Pineapple, pomegranates, mangoes, bananas, and fresh figs are high in sugar. The exceptions are guava and papaya, which are a bit lower. These fruits can be easily sliced and added to a number of savory and sweet meals.

    Yes, people with diabetes can eat chocolate. The main thing is to not get carried away. Dark chocolate is probably the healthiest pick. It has high cocoa solids and a lower amount of carbs so it won’t affect your sugar levels as much as standard milk chocolate.

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