Mukat Home Care Services
Home Care Services
Our specialized and professional medical team of Doctors, Nurses, Physiotherapists & Assistants provide a healthy assistive care for all types of patients in the living comfort of your home. All our home care staff is highly skilled and backed by 24×7 emergency support by a NABH accredited hospital i.e. Mukat Hospital.
Staff is trained in hospital set up to understand & assess the patient needs. Our team provides:
- Tracheostomy care
- Catheter care
- Surgical dressings for wound
- Monitoring vitals and administration of medicines
- Hygiene / Cleanliness
- Infusions and injections
- RT Feed
- RT Insertion
- Bed sore care
Home Care Nursing
“Never give up on anybody. Miracles happen every day”
We at Mukat Home Care have qualified and specialized Nursing team that provides home care to patients with multiple ailments.
- Medical administration and continuous monitoring of patients (Catheterisation, Oxygen administration, injections etc.)
- Post surgery care, wound care, bedsore care etc.
- End of life care
- In case of emergency life-saving support.
Home Care Assistants
Our home care assistants are skilled persons to take care of patient’s daily needs and basic health conditions. They take care of:
- Hygiene and cleanliness
- General assistance in performing activities of daily living
Our certified Assistants (Technicians) are trained for:
- Bed sore care
- Tracheostomy care
- Oxygen administration and monitoring
- Ryle’s tube management and care
- Catheter management and care
Home Care Doctors
Our 24×7 Doctors with rich clinical experience are available when ever needed for emergency situation, follow-up or routine check-up for the patient’s assessment & plan further course of action.
- General examination
- For patients with limited mobility
- Ongoing preventive care
Physiotherapy or Physical Therapy
To provide physical medicine and rehabilitation specialty that remediates impairment and promotes mobility, function and quality of life. Therapy is useful in certain conditions like:
- Orthopedic injuries
- Acute or chronic neck pain (Cervical spondylosis)
- Upper or lower back pains (Lumbar spondylitis)
- Post fractures
- Slipped disc conditions
- Post joint replacement surgery i.e. knee, hip, etc.
- Pain, swelling, and discomfort
- Sprains and strains
- Golfers elbow
- Frozen joints
Medical Equipments & Devices
At Mukat Home Care we provide range of medical equipments and devices that supports all the activties for home care of a member of your family to provide the best and quality home care service
A cardiac monitor is a device that continuously monitors heart rhythms and blood pressure which is visible through a monitor. It also raises an alarm when the values go out of the defined limits so that the attending staff is alerted to attend the emergency if any.
Medical oxygen cylinders have a black body and a white shoulder and are fitted with an integral valve and a flow control knob which is easy to use. This is on re-fillable basis.
A refundable security amount will be required to be deposited. Cylinders will be refilled by us as per the usage.
An oxygen concentrator is a medical device used to deliver oxygen to those who require it. People may require it if they have a condition that causes or results in low levels of oxygen in their blood. These oxygen concentrators run on electricity and produce oxygen from the room air.
A syringe driver or syringe pump is a small infusion pump (some include infuse and withdraw capability), used to gradually administer small amounts of fluid (with or without medication) to a patient or for use in chemical and biomedical research.
The most popular use of syringe drivers is in palliative care, to continuously administer analgesics (painkillers), antimetics (medication to suppress nausea and vomiting) and other drugs.
A walker is medical equipment used to help/promote mobility of patients with Orthopaedic conditions like post knee surgery, fractures, stroke etc.
MEDICAL BEDSAir mattresses can also improve the quality of life (and potentially provide some measure of relief) for people who suffer with back pain. Air mattresses become important equipment in the care of the bedridden patients to prevent them from developing bed sores. The mattress is fitted with automatic pumps and sensors to provide the right kind of support for the patient.A rang of Alfa mattresses are available on rent or for purchase.
PULSE OXYMETERSPulse oximetry is a non-invasive method for measuring and monitoring a patient’s oxygen saturation. The Pulse Oxymeters is a sensor that is placed on the thinnest part of a patient’s body. Usually the fingertip or earlobe, and in case of an infant across the foot.
BI-PAPThe BiPAP Delivers a preset inspiratory and expiratory airway pressure, helping patients suffering from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and acute respiratory failure maintain a continuous, time-cycled flow of air.
C-PAPThe CPAP device uses mild air pressure to keep a patient’s airway open. It is commonly used to people with breathing problems such as sleep apnea, as it helps deliver a constant flow of air.
A Nebulizer converts liquid medicine into a fine mist that can be easily inhaled. The device is typically used to provide inhaler therapy to patients with respiratory problem like asthma.
SUCTION MACHINEThe suction machine is a hollow tubular instrument connected with a partial vacuum. Also called a medical aspirator, it is used to remove mucus or other unwanted bodily fluids and substances from a patient.
WHEEL CHAIRFor patients who find it difficult to walk, we offer a wide variety of wheelchairs including those that are basic, foldable and fixed with a commode.
What is Home Health Care?
• Rehabilitation therapies: physical & occupational.
• Case management
• Home health aids services
• Parental and enteral nutritional therapy
• Infusion therapy
• Hospice and palliative care
• Home medical equipment
• Wound care
• Pain management
Who needs home health care?
• Patients of all ages who return home after surgery, and need care, supervision or assistance.
• Patients who have complex treatments that require use of medical equipment and/or medication monitoring.
• Young adults, recovering from accidents or injuries, who can manage on their own - if they know an experienced healthcare worker will be there when needed.
• Adults who want their parents to have quality care at home.
• And millions of citizens with chronic diseases and disabilities, like Alzheimer's, heart failure, kidney disease, or diabetes, who need careful monitoring but do not want or need to enter a hospital or nursing home or skilled care facility.