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EE14. AMIR AKBARI


 

22 April 2011

Charge Nurse

Prince Henry Rehabilitation Center

Malabar Bay

Dear Sir or Madam,

Re: Mr Amir Akbari, aged 41

Mr Amir Akbari , who was diagnosed with gullian-barre syndrome is transferred into your care for rehabilitation after getting discharge today.

Initially, Mr Akbari was admitted on 6 March 2011 had experienced rapid deterioration following ventilation in intensive care unit for 3 days and then recuperated well. He had an abrupt exacerbation of his diseases as unable to do activites of daily living due to decreased muscle tone however, has ability to walk slowly to win the help of frame. Therefore, it is recommended to continue physio programme involving self exercise even after discharge. He had regular plasmapharesis and 5 intravenous gammaglobulin, during hospitalization

Additionally ,Mr Akbari lives with his wife in rented house. She is facing difficulty in coping with financial, study and childcare pressure due to which social workers assistance must be established.

On the basis of above-mentioned circumstances, it would be greatly appreciate if you could arrange the psychological assessment after consulting with your team. Apart from this, he needs to be monitored for respiratory distress as well as elevation in neurological signs.

If you require any further information, do not hesitate to contact me.

Yours sincerely,


Charge Nurse

Neurological Ward

Prince Charles Hospital

Randwick



 

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