Clean mucus around tracheotomy wound to maintain airway opened.
Our medical team designed a series of physical and occupational therapeutic training programs to help patients recover from stroke sequel via rehabilitation.
Avoid wind-blowing at eyes and face, or facing directly at fan, or staying at an air-condition room for too long; always put on hats for protection.
When standing up from the lying position, turn on your side, draw up both knees and swing your legs on the side of the bed.
Stop hard working and avoid lifting heavy objects.
Adjust your desk, monitor, and chair to a comfortable height, so that your neck would not bend forward. Keep your neck in a "neutral" position whenever possible.
Patients with stroke, traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, weak limbs, and long-term bed-ridden; work on range of motion exercise of your joints 2-3 times a day to preserve joint and muscular range of motion, and decrease of spasticity.
The splint is made of low-temperature molded plastic, which softens and deforms under high temperature.