This kit was developed by a leading Cardiologist when he noticed his patients were struggling to manage their heart failure at home. He's right! Heart Failure can be confusing and scary.
But with this Health Box Heart Failure Kit, you don't need to guess what you should eat, how you should exercise, or how to track your weight. In plain language, the materials in this kit explain exactly what to do to - step by step.
The core of this kit is a booklet, "Living Healthy at Home with Heart Failure." It will reinforce the instructions your doctor gives you by describing step by step how to manage your heart failure and stay in control.
This kit also has practical reference tools you can place around your house to remind you track your symptoms. Hang the Weight & Symptom Poster in a visible spot to track your weight each morning. Place the Healthy Kitchen Poster on the refrigerator to remind you to limit your salt each meal. Simple Meal Recipes are included to make your salt easier to manage and the Zone Chart will give you peace of mind that you are doing well, or having an issue, before you slip out of control and head back to hospital.
The included devices help you comply with the plan. The measuring bottle is clearly marked to help you track fluid intake. The large, 28 dose pill organizer will help you manage your meds, and the measuring spoons will ensure you are not using too much sodium.
This kit is perfect for anyone who has been diagnosed with Heart Failure or is at risk.
- Living Healthy at Home with Heart Failure
- Fluid Measuring Bottle
- 28 Dose Pill Organizer
- 440lb Digital Scale (Optional)
- Salt-Free Seasoning
- Measuring Spoons
- Healthy Foods Reference Poster
- Heart Failure Quick Reference Guide
- Weight & Symptom Chart
- Sodium Food Chart
- Recipe Cards
- Health Manager Zone Chart
"I have peace of mind knowing my father has everything at his fingertips to manage his heart failure. The kit showed him how to track his weight and salt and the Zone Chart lets him know if he's getting too far out of control. So far, he's stayed out of the hospital."
– George K, Baton Rouge, LA