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Phone: 02-742 9228
Globe: 0915 253 2583
Smart: 0918-6499741
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Phone: 02-742 9228 Globe: 0915 253 2583 Smart: 0918-6499741

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A mother using a breast pump after a laborious delivery is a common site in delivery clinics. Maternal health in the Philippines has come a long way since the Millennium Summit in 2000. Still, the country has more to do to protect the lives of mothers all over the country. With preparedness in our hospitals …
You’ve probably heard of diabetics using their one-touch glucometer to manage their condition. Diabetes management is actually more than that. The metabolic disorder is due to several factors and you can control them or at least manage the symptoms. Successful diabetes mellitus (DM) management should be a combination of medication, diet, and lifestyle changes. Here’s …
The Emergency Room was where I got my wound secured with operating sponges and surgical tape. Healthcare in the Philippines has its perks and disadvantages. Like most Emergency Rooms around the world, the Philippine ER handles critical conditions. However, there are several differences that might seem good or bad depending on the client. This is …
A walker in Philippines is not a usual sight. Oftentimes, we see foreign movies featuring mobility tools especially when they have elderly characters. However, in the Philippines, we don’t see mobility devices for the elderly in both media and in real life. People with disabilities (PWD) struggle in the Philippines.Life of a Filipino PWDMost of …
A first aid kit in a home for the aged and elderly won’t help with the mobility of the elderly clients. True, you need them for any type of mobility accident in the facility. However, it’s much better to prevent any sort of accident at all. Mobility is one of the challenges caregivers face in …
Caring for the elderly is not just assisting them in using a commode Philippine. Though one might think so as most Filipinos don’t believe in institutionalized geriatric care. However, it is a fact that most Pinoys love their grandparents. Even the brothers and sisters of grandparents are treated like lolo and lolas. Caring for the …