1. BLADDER CALCULUS
Bladder Calculus is also known as Bladder stone which are generally or basically formed when minerals such as calcium salts and other such as cholesterol and bile pigments inside the bladder lump together and harden.
1. The diet should be high in fiber such as the diet must include whole grains, fruits and vegetables, etc.
2. The diet should be low in fat and should contain a variety of nutrients rich foods.
3. The diet should have plenty of vegetables, whole grains. Low fat dairy and lean sources of proteins like poultry and fish.
4. Drink at least seven to eight glasses of water in a day.
5. Drink plenty of fluids in a day.
6. Avoid meat, eggs and animal fats as well as even processed and fried …show more content…
Chest – Bilateral clear (Normal) CVS (Cardiovascular system) – S1 S2 (+) (Normal) PA – Soft, BS (+) (Normal)
PROVISIONAL DIAGNOSIS – Bladder calculus (Bladder stone)
TREATMENT PLAN – Monocef – 2 gm Pan – 40 mg Emeset – 4 mg Nac – 75 mg Dolo – 650 mg Grilinotus (syrup)
DIET PLAN – Soft diet (11/06/17)
TIME MEAL MENU
7:00 to 7:30 Early Morning Tea and Biscuit
8:00 to 8:30 Breakfast Namkeen Dalia and Upma
10:30 to 11:00 Mid-Day Vegetable Soup
1:00 to 2:00 Lunch Soft Rice, Dal and Veg
4:30 to 5:00 Evening Tea Tea and Sandwich
7:00 to 8:00 Dinner Sweet Dalia and Kheer
9:30 to 10:00 Post Dinner Dal Water
Nil per oral (NPO) (12/06/17)
TIME MEAL MENU
7:00 to 7:30 Early Morning Tea and Biscuit
8:00 to 8:30 Breakfast Nil Per Oral (NPO) for Surgery
10:30 to 11:00 Mid-Day Nil Per Oral (NPO) for …show more content…
The patient was admitted for 8 days in the hospital. The patient was given Soft Diet for first 4 days and Normal Diet for last 4 days. The patient was NPO (Nil Per Oral) after tea and biscuit on 12/06/17 for the surgery of Bladder Stone. After the Surgery of Bladder Stone, the patient was recommended to give Soft Diet for 2 days which was done on 12/06/17. Gradually when the patient started recovery the Doctor recommended to give Normal Diet to the patient. The patient started consuming Normal Diet but no spicy and oily foods after 2 days of
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