Objectius educatius específics per a joves de 13 a 17 anys sensibilitat i respecte envers la diversitat Àrea psicomotriu, dels hàbits i les habilitats Z Que els joves siguin crítics i constructiusenfront de les situacions d’injustícia,risc en el comportament vial, en els des- degradació o deixadesa que viuen al seuplaçaments amb transport públic i privat. entor
- A |
J |K |
U |V |
Microsoft word - medications to avoidMEDICATIONS, VITAMINS AND SUPPLEMENTS TO AVOID
Your safety in surgery requires that you disclose all medications, vitamins and supplements that you regularly take. In the days prior to surgery, you will be required to stop taking certain medications, vitamins and supplements, both those you regularly take, and those that may be taken incidentally for pain or other symptoms. Please notify our office of any and all medications you take during the 14 days prior to surgery. If you have taken a medication that may put you at risk, it may require that your surgery be rescheduled, or postponed.
Before you stop taking any prescription drugs, you must receive clearance from the prescribing physician.
Please notify our office immediately if you do not receive clearance to stop taking your prescribed medications.
The following drugs could cause life-threatening problems with surgery. If you are on these you must discuss this
with the doctor. Patients who take these drugs may require laboratory tests and a consultation with their
physician to determine when they may safely undergo a surgical procedure.
Fragmin and other Low Molecular Weight Heparin Drugs
Aspirin and aspirin-containing medications and anti-inflammatory agents must not be taken in the 2 weeks
prior to surgery. Always read the active ingredients on any over the counter or prescription drug packaging.
Attached is a listing of common drugs containing aspirin for your reference.
All Herbal or Dietary Supplements should be stopped 2 weeks prior to surgery. This includes vitamins, and
anti-oxidants supplements, as well as consumption of any form of Green Tea.
There are several categories of additional medications that must not be taken in the 2 weeks prior to surgery. A
I have disclosed all of the medications, supplements and herbal remedies I take on a regular or incidental basis to my physician. I understand that I am required to refrain from taking any of the above and below listed medications in the days prior to surgery. Should I take any of the medications, supplements or herbal remedies I am instructed to avoid, it is my obligation to notify my physician immediately. I fully understand that my surgery may have to be rescheduled or postponed in the event that I have not complied with these medication restrictions listed. I also understand that it is my responsibility to obtain clearance from the prescribing physician before I stop taking any of my regularly prescribed medications. Patient Signature or Personal Representative Printed Name of Patient or Personal Representative Relationship Signature of Practice Representative (and Witness) MEDICATIONS, VITAMINS AND SUPPLEMENTS TO AVOID
ASPIRIN AND ASPIRIN CONTAINING MEDICATIONS, INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO THE FOLLOWING:
ANTI-INFLAMMATORY MEDICATIONS INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO THE FOLLOWING:
ADDITIONAL MEDICATIONS TO AVOID, INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO THE FOLLOWING:
„Palliativmedizin und palliativmedizinische Symptomkontrolle“ Palliativmedizin (Definition nach WHO 2002) Palliative Care / Palliativmedizin ist ein Ansatz zur Verbesserung der Lebensqualität von Patienten und ihren Familien, die mit den Problemen konfrontiert sind, die mit einer lebensbedrohlichen Erkrankung einhergehen, und zwar durch Vorbeugen und Lindern von Leiden, durch frühzeitiges