Leading hospitals use this Care Kit so patients have everything they need in one place to manage their Heart Failure.
Managing heart failure can be difficult and scary. Doctors try to explain everything in plain language, but no matter how many pamphlets you get or how much time you spend with doctors, people complain they they don't understand what to do.
With this Care Kit, you'll understand your tasks and know exactly what to do to - in plain language you can understand. The core of the kit is a familiar metaphor: Your Heart Failure heart is a “tired workhorse.” Then, three easy-to-remember goals organize your self-care tasks.
Household reference tools you will not find anywhere else and carefully selected devices make it easy to measure your progress. Each Care Kit includes: A one-year Log Book to record your weight and pressure, a Fast Food AdVisor®, Kitchen Food Poster, 28-dose pill organizer, Exercise Plan, and more. This model comes with a 440lb digital scale and digital Blood Pressure monitor. They are both clinically vetted for heart failure and easy to use.
A great value. With this Care Kit you will not need to run store to store to find everything your doctor said to buy or search the internet for the right information. Compare to buying these items separately and save.
- Digital Scale (up to 440 lbs)
- Digital BP Monitor with wide-range cuff up to 16.75"
- Fluid Measuring Bottle with lid
- 28 Dose Pill Organizer
- Skin Lotion
- "Short Story on Heart Failure" Guide
- Goal 1: "Lighten the Load" Guide
- Goal 2: "Widen the Road" Guide
- Goal 3: "Strengthen the Horse" Guide
- Wallet Card for Stress
- "How Heart Failure Medicine Works" Guide
- "Stop Smoking the Natural way" Guide
- "How to Limit Drinks" Guide
- Fast Food AdVisor®
- "Watch What you Eat" Kitchen Poster
- "Did you Weight Yourself" bathroom mirror sticker
- Emergency Medical Card
- Log Book
- Troubleshooting Magnet Board
“I went to the hospital three times in two weeks. On the third time, they gave me a Care Kit. I’ve followed the directions, used all the contents, and stayed out of the hospital for four years running now.”– Miles R., Arlington Heights, IL