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Cancer Patient Home Care BD

Cancer Patient Care

Cancer Patient Home Care BD.

Cancer is a disease when cells divide uncontrollably and spread to surrounding tissues. Changes in DNA cause cancer. Most cancer-causing DNA mutations occur in a section of DNA called genes. These mutations are also called genetic mutations.Maisha Care Limited is coming up with Cancer Patient Home Service. We come with all kinds of nursing services, from caring for elderly people, elderly parents or cancer patients you know. Our skilled and trained nurse team will come to your home or hospital 8/12/24 hours with this service.

There are four main types of cancer:

  lymphomas.

  Carcinomas: – Carcinomas start in the skin or tissues which cover the surface of internal organs and glands.
 Sarcomas: – Sarcoma starts in the tissue which supports and connects the body.
 Leukemia: – Leukemia is blood cancer..

Cancer claims the lives of millions of people around the world, and it is no different in Bangladesh, where a huge number of people die of a deadly disease every year. According to a report by the International Agency for Research on Cancer, about 1.06 lakh people died in Bangladesh last year, compared to 1.5 lakh in Bangladesh every year. Among cancer patients, 84.8 percent adults and 25.2 percent children and 31.9 percent women suffer from reproductive system cancer.

There are many ways caregivers help a person with cancer, and it’s a little different in each case. Here are just a few examples. You can help the patient:

  • Go grocery shopping and prepare meals
  • Assist with personal hygiene and changing clothes
  • Use the bathroom
  • Clean
  • Do laundry
  • Keep track of finances
  • Drive to doctor’s appointments and treatments
  • Provide emotional support
  • Take medication and adhere to the treatment plan
  • Change bandages after surgery
  • Communicate with the healthcare team
  • Communicate with other friends and family

How To Care for a Cancer Patient

What is a caregiver?

A caregiver is simply anyone who helps to care for a loved one. You may not think of yourself as a caregiver. You may just see it as taking care of someone you love, but what you are doing is extremely important. Helping a loved one with cancer isn’t always easy. Caregiving can be a full-time, non-stop job that wears on you physically and emotionally, but there are many things you can do to make it easier.

Nursing care for cancer patients । Types of care for cancer patients.

Caregivers are often family members or friends. They provide important ongoing emotional and physical care for a person with cancer.  Caregiving takes on many different forms. It can mean helping with daily activities, like going to the doctor or making meals. It can also mean helping the patient deal with the wide range of feelings they’ll experience during this time. The jobs of a caregiver fall into three basic categories: medical, emotional, and practical. The kind of support needed will be different for each person.

Caring for stage 4 cancer patient । Care for cancer patients at home.

After a cancer diagnosis, your day-to-day life and your role and relationships in your family may change. For example, your spouse may have always done the household chores, but for now, it may be your responsibility. If you’re an adult caring for a parent, the caregiver role reversal may feel odd at first. Talk through these changes with your loved one.

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Understand that your home life, finances, and friendships may change for a season of time. Sometimes the laundry might not get done, or maybe takeout will replace home cooking. Manage each day’s priorities as it comes. It’s okay to put other tasks on hold.Taking care of yourself is also a crucial aspect of caregiving. Take a deep breath and realize that the support you provide means more than you can know. Try to set aside time for yourself each day to practice self-care whether that be through meditation, exercise, reading, writing, a long bath, or just being alone for a bit.

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The hospital or treatment center will require the patient to give written permission for members of the healthcare team to discuss medical information with you. Make sure you take care of this early on so if any issues arise you will be able to contact the medical team on the patient’s behalf. Make sure your correct contact information is listed for the patient’s emergency contact.You may also want to talk to your loved one about filling out advanced directives including a medical power of attorney. Medical power of attorney lets your loved one name another person, such as a family member or close friend, who can make decisions about medical care if he or she cannot.