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With most of them you seem to apply it, comb your hair and then towel dry, or towel dry and then comb. While not as good as a real hair wash, if you are unable to get out of bed or wash your hair as much as you would like, then this can be a good alternative.* TISSUES – Some hospitals supply tissues, but I personally prefer the Aloe Vera ones, and so I take my own (the “normal” ones make my nose sore.) If you are having ANY kind of facial surgery, then I recommend the aloe ones, as they are so much softer.
To use it you just dial the number on the back of the card and then the special PIN number on the card.This makes it so much easier, as you don’t have the awful hospital charges for phone calls when you are discharged from the hospital, and can still make all of the calls you like from any phone.* A LAPTOP COMPUTER – if you are up to using one and it is “safe” to do so.All come in very handy for the strangest of things sometimes.* MINI FACIAL KIT – with things like cleanser, toner, moisturizer in small/ sample sizes, as they are more convenient.* A FEW GOOD MAGAZINES AND A TV GUIDE – You know what you like.
I also suggest that you take a TV Guide magazine/ pull out, so that you know what is on TV while you are in the hospital.
This really works, I got my Mum onto it while she was going through Chemotherapy, as she was getting headaches from the treatment, which was causing some dehydration as does the vomiting and this really helped her.
She would actually make this up into a bottle and take it with her, when she went for her Chemo and also before and after.
* ANY SNACKS OR TREATS – that you are particularly partial to, whether naughty or good for you. * ANY SPECIAL MEDICAL INFORMATION – about you and any conditions you have.
I personally take a list of ALL operations I have had in the past, (if you are having surgery they ALWAYS ask you this, and they can be hard to think of), ALL medication I take, including those I only take sometimes (generic name, actual drug number, strength and the dose you are on, as well as why you take it), ALL medical conditions that I have and how they affect me, basic information on the rare conditions I have, any dietary restrictions (so that you can talk to the dietitian at the hospital and the kitchen staff as well), any nutritional supplements you are taking currently (as they can interfere with other medications and the hospital staff really need to know if you are taking any vitamins/ minerals etc), general information (like contact details for next of kin, medical insurance details, Medicare number, Medic Alert Number (if you have one), ANY Compensation details (if appropriate) etc).
If you have or are having anything done to your face, then you won’t want this, and if you are having upper limb surgery, then you may not be able to do this yourself, but you can probably talk a friend into it. My massage therapist got me on to this one, as you can get headaches from being dehydrated from normal means and also from some medications.