Patient-friendly education solutions to help manage chronic disease and other health conditions
Wellness & Prevention
Give patients a way to track peak flow meter scores by the week with this easy-to-use tear sheet. Patients can quickly see their reading in each zone by color and make notes about medicines, symptoms and triggers. The large spaces make for easy writing, and instructions for use are conveniently located on the back. They are also 3-hole punched so patients can keep them all together in a binder. It is a great way to follow the management plan you have given them.
With the presence of Covid-19, telehealth visits have become a great way for care teams and patients to stay connected without the danger of spreading the virus. This telehealth checklist tearpad gives patients tips on making their telehealth visit the best that it can be.
Written by Mary M. Castiglione & Cynthia C Johnson, MA 700,000 people experience a new or repeating stroke every year. Survivors and their loved ones need an informative and compassionate reference to help them understand this condition. Stroke: Early Stages of Recovery explains the causes of a stroke, as well as how it affects a person physically, mentally and emotionally.
This tear sheet explains the possible complications associated with diabetes, as well as ways to prevent them. It also provides a handy schedule that clearly outlines the tests and exams that each diabetic patient needs to control their diabetes and avoid complications at every visit once a year twice a year
Reducing risk factors is made easy with the help of this book. Its clever text makes learning fun for patients. Through positive, upbeat words and illustrations, this book gives tips on how to make healthy lifestyle choices and gets patients excited about making changes. Interactive pages throughout help patients identify their risks, set goals and keep up with their progress.
Education is key in helping patients avoid PVD complications. Our series of 5 tear sheets covers arterial disease, arterial ulcers, venous disease, venous ulcers and compression therapy. PVD does not have to cause problems, use our tear sheets to prove this.