Stroke is a major healthcare problem. The damage caused to the brain tissue by stroke can affect the patient’s memory, cognitive abilities, physical mobility, speech, etc. But there is life and hope after stroke.
The intensity of the stroke and the other coexisting comorbidities would determine the patient’s road to recovery. They may need to unlearn and then relearn new skills to adjust to life after stroke.
Ubiqare provides doctor-driven home care service for stroke patients to aid them in achieving better recovery.
Ubiqare Stroke Care Program
The recovery phase for stroke patients gets complicated after their discharge from the hospital. As they recuperate at home, they often miss the medical oversight and quick and easy access to doctor. They also tend to resume their regular life which makes them more vulnerable to mishaps.
Ubiqare’s stroke care program is a collaborative approach that takes care of the different needs of the patients and aids them in their recovery process.
A stroke patient is often discharged with a complex care protocol, depending upon the dysfunctions to be regained. Following this care protocol needs the regular attention of a doctor who needs to be familiar with the prognosis of the patient’s condition.
Ubiqare Health provides supportive care ecosystem that is driven by a doctor and extends the follow-up care of the treating specialist. Our clinical network of trained medics and proximity centers ensures that the patient’s complex care needs are also met at home.
Rehabilitative care for a patient usually starts in the hospital. Continuing it at home after discharge from the hospital is the real challenge.
We provide rehabilitative care service at home to stroke patients to continue their recovery. Our rehabilitative care program engages specialists like physiotherapists, nutritionists, speech therapists, etc. to work with the patient closely to get them back on their feet. We help patients relearn skills that are suited for their living space.
Stroke patients often develop pain in different body parts due to impaired mobility. The level of this pain can vary depending on the physical condition. However, it needs intervention to improve the quality of life of the patient.
Our empaneled pain management specialists work with the patients and their supportive care team to provide pain relief. We regularly measure the pain on numeric rating scale to gauge its intensity and titrate the pain treatment as needed.
Mental Health Support
Stroke often leads to clinical depression and anxiety in patients. The feeling of helplessness plagues them and hampers their recovery. The stress and burnout caused by caregiving also affects the emotional and mental health of the family caregivers.
Our stroke care program includes counseling support for stroke survivors and their family members. Our counsellors help them cope with the anxiety and deal with the emotional upheaval so that they experience better recovery.
Ubiqare Stroke Care Program Differentiators
Doctor Driven Care
We assign dedicated care doctor to each stroke patient to engage with them regularly and monitor their recovery. We provide assured availability of doctor (online and physical) in the patient’s hour of need.
Continuity of Care
We enable the primary specialist to extend his follow-up care. We incorporate his care protocol and workflow on the platform. The specialist can continue to oversee the patient’s recovery at home for best possible outcomes.
Supervised Clinical Interventions
Our team of medically trained personnel offer timely and skilled clinical interventions at home. Our Care Doctors oversee the intervention procedures and ensure the patient get required relief without lead to further complications.
Support for Family Caregivers
We help the family of the patient by sharing their burden of caregiving. The availability and presence of our team allows the family members to experience relief and get back some control over their life.
Shailaja, an 86-year old lady, suffered a severe stroke in October 2018. She was immediately rushed to the hospital by her family. A known patient of diabetes and hypertension, Shailaja was admitted to the hospital and put under the specialist care. After the initial treatment, Shailaja was moved back ...
Biswajit, a 78-year-old Bengaluru resident was presented to us with several complaints. He had developed issues such as reduced oral intake and increased frequency of micturition. The reduced oral intake was beginning to make him weak and frail. It was also affecting his stamina to withstand any possible curative treatment. ...
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