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Cardiovascular Home Care Cardiovascular disease, also known as heart disease, is one of the leading causes of death among older adults in the United States. A person affected with heart disease may seek various health problems if they aren’t following a proper health care plan. One of our experienced registered nurses converses with the client or family member, understands their need, prepares a care plan, and then assigns a suitable caregiver. Our caregivers are here to help you and your loved ones. To get started with our services today, call us at (248) 593-8134

What is Cardiovascular Disease?

Cardiovascular disease is a common term used to define various problems associated with the blood vessels and the heart. This disease is caused when a person develops an atherosclerosis condition. Some of the major types of cardiovascular disease are coronary heart disease, cerebrovascular disease, peripheral arterial disease, and congenital heart disease. Some of the causes of cardiovascular disease are:
  • High blood pressure
  • High cholesterol
  • Smoking
  • Obesity
  • Inactivity
  • Diabetes
  • Alcohol

Assured Home Nursing’s Advanced Heart and Vascular Care

The caregivers’ team of Assured Home Nursing are well trained and experienced to provide the best in-home care services in every routine/activity of your loved ones.

Below are a few key responsibilities our caregivers follow:

  • Help in adopting a customized diet plan
  • Monitor medication
  • Support in performing physical activities
  • Provide companionship, etc.

By having our caregivers support, you can bring advanced care directly to the place your loved ones live. If you would like to know more or having query with our home nursing services, then speak to us today at (248) 593-8134

Frequently Asked Questions

What specialized care is provided for cardiovascular patients?

Our caregivers are experts in providing care to cardiovascular patients. They help your seniors adopt a customized diet plan, monitor their medication, provide companionship and encourage them to perform physical activities. 

How do you monitor the health condition of a heart patient in cardiovascular home care?

Our caregivers regularly monitor the seniors’ diabetes, blood pressure, and cholesterol levels. They ensure that your loved ones take their  medication, stick to a heart healthy diet, and follow a healthy lifestyle. They take medical assistance and keep the additional resources at hand to handle emergencies effectively. 

Will Assured Home Nursing caregivers follow a specific diet plan for heart patients?

Assured Home Nursing caregivers are knowledgeable about a heart healthy diet. Adhering to the specific diet plan, the caregivers motivate your loved ones to eat heart healthy foods. 

How do you manage the anxiety of seniors with cardiovascular disease?

Our caregivers follow scientifically proven ways to lessen the anxiety among the seniors. They encourage the seniors to stick to an exercise or yoga regimen and ensure the elderly are taking prescribed medications without fail. Our caregivers can also help create a comfortable atmosphere at home to improve their quality of sleep and also enhance their social life and in turn reduce their anxiety. 

What additional things does the cardiovascular home care cover?

Assured Home Nursing caregivers help your loved ones stay emotionally strong by always motivating them with the positive things in life. They give a patient ear to the seniors and help them engage socially apart from regular care.  

Will you provide long-term cardiovascular care?

Assured Home Nursing provides long-term care for cardiovascular care. Please visit our Cardiovascular Home Care page https://myassuredhomenursing.com/cardiovascular-disease-care/ for our services today or call us at (248) 593-8134. 

Is meal preparation and housekeeping covered as part of cardiovascular home care?

Apart from meal preparation and housekeeping, Assured Home Nursing provides several personal assistance services to improve your loved one’s quality of life at home. 

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