Help Managing Heart Failure

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CHF is a serious cardiovascular condition in which the heart cannot pump enough blood to meet the body’s needs.

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ComForcare Help Managing Heart Failure HOME CARE

Congestive Heart Failure (CHF):

Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) CHF is a serious cardiovascular condition in which the heart cannot pump enough blood to meet the body’s needs. It is a progressive disease that must be managed and monitored.

Help Managing CHF:

Help Managing CHF With support and assistance, people with CHF can lead full and enjoyable lives. ComForcare Home Care can help!

Medication Adherence for CHF:

Medication Adherence for CHF People with CHF must take their medications exactly as prescribed or their condition can worsen. ComForcare caregivers can provide medication reminders and make sure prescriptions are refilled on time.

Home Care Services for CHF:

Home Care Services for CHF ComForcare caregivers can provide these and many other services to assist those with CHF: Compliance with diet: prepare meals following a restricted sodium, low saturated fat and/or low cholesterol dietary plan Compliance with weight: monitor any swelling in the legs, feet and/or ankles and assist checking weight Assist clients get positioned in bed to promote comfortable breathing

Home Care Services for CHF:

Home Care Services for CHF ComForcare caregivers can provide these and many other services to assist those with CHF: Assistance with physical activities Bathing and grooming assistance Light housekeeping Transportation to appointments ComForcare Home Care can help!

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