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June 21, 2023  Jackie & Brian   midday

Hospital Discharge Information

Diabetic Supplies, Diabetic Monitors

Discharge Durable Medical Equipment
Reason: diabetes

Special Instructions: please dispense 1 formulary glucometer per insurance pt is testing BID ICD 10 E11.69A1 C 8.6

Diabetic Supplies, Lancets

Special Instructions: please dispense 1 month supply lancets and
lancing device if needed pt is testing BID #2 refill ICD 10 E11.69
A1C 8.6

Diabetic Supplies, Test Strips

Special Instructions: please dispense 1 month supply test strips
pt is testing BID #2 refill ICD 10 E11.69 A1C 8.6

Discharge To: Home

Discharge Patient Discharge

Diet: Resume Home Diet

Discharge Activity: Resume Home Activity

Follow-up Instructions

Meet with: Janette Toth within 5 to 7 days
150 Big Trees Rd, Ste. E Murphys, CA 95247

Arnold, California

Final Active Medication List
We have provided a list of your active medications as a courtesy so that you can easily update your home records and provide to your physicians. These are the only medications that you should be talking. Do not stop these medications until told to stop. Please review carefully and contact your doctor prior to taking any medications NOT on this list.

Aspirin (aspirin 81 mg oral enteric coated tablet) 1 tablet oral daily.

Atorvastatin (atorvastatin 80 mg oral tablet) 1 tablet oral nightly at bedtime. Refills: 0
Atorvastatin is used along with a proper diet to help lower “bad” cholesterol and fats (such as LDL, triglycerides) and raise “good” cholesterol (HDL) in the blood. It belongs to a group of drugs known as “statins.” It works by reducing the amount of cholesterol made by the liver.

CARVEdilol (CARVEdilol 3.125 mg oral tablet) 1 tablet oral twice daily. Refills: 0
Carvedilol is used to treat high blood pressure and heart failure. It is also used after a heart attack to improve the chance of survival if your heart is not pumping well.

Clopidogrel (clopidogrel 75 mg oral tablet) 1 tablet oral daily.
Clopidogrel is used to prevent heart attacks and strokes in persons with heart disease (recent heart attack), recent stroke, or blood circulation disease (peripheral vascular disease)

metFORMIN 500 mg in AM, 1000mg in PM.
Metformin is used with a proper diet and exercise program and possibly with other medications to control high blood sugar. It is used in patients with type 2 diabetes.

Type 2 Diabetes
More than 9 out of 10 people with diabetes have type 2. The older you are, the more likely you are to have it. Type 2 is a disease caused by a mix of your genes and your lifestyle. Being overweight, having high blood pressure, and not exercising all raise your chances for type 2.

You can have diabetes for years and not know it. Symptoms like thirst, peeing more often, blurry eyesight, and tingling hands and feet may come on slowly without your noticing.

Diabetes can lead to other health problems such as heart disease.

Low blood sugar, called hypoglycemia, is more common in older adults with diabetes. Symptoms such as dizziness, confusion, and weakness might worsen as you age.

Healthy habits can go a long ways to prevent diabetes, keep it under control, and even reverse it.
• Lose extra weight, especially if you carry a lot of belly fat.
• Move your body. Aim for at least 30 minutes of physical activity like walking every day, 5 days a week.
• Eat healthy. Cut back on sugar, salt, processed packaged foods, and saturated fats from meats.
• Load up on dark leafy vegetables, fresh fruit, whole grains, and lean protein.


Corded Phone (Optional)

A phone that doesn’t require electricity may be a lifeline when the power goes out. Harold may have left a few in the garage, if not:

ATT Trimline Phone $13

Requires a phone service that uses traditional lines from the street. Keep plugged in all the time.

Arnold, California


Battery Backup

A battery backup will keep wi-fi running, charge her mobile phone, and even run her desktop computer for a short period:

APC P-BE550G $100

Arnold, California


Emergency Lighting

Leave these lights plugged in all the time and they’ll pop on when the power goes out. They can also be used as a flashlight.

Amerelle 2-pack $20

Six lights plugged in around the house would be great.

Arnold, California


Doctors Medical Center Emergency Room
1441 Florida Avenue, Modesto, CA 95350
Admissions: 209-578-1211
Nurses’ station: 209-576-3871

Dr. Ryan Thompson
Jeanette Toth, Nurse Practioner
300 Church Street, Murphys, CA 95247 or
150 Big Trees Rd # E, Murphys, CA 95247

Sheriff – Arnold Division

Fire Department


Jan Jacobex

Carol & Don Crouch

Sonja Cooper


Carlos Alvarez (next door most weekends)

Debbie Scanlon

Sue & Paul Bishop


cell: 209-286-9280‬
home: 209-753-0113‬‬
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