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QQ-3617. Mr Amir Akbari - Nursing – Vasundhara Shankar – Guillian-Barre Syndrome


The Charge Nurse

Prince Henry Rehabilitation Centre

Malabar Bay

22 April 2011

Dear Charge Nurse,

RE: Mr Amir Akbari, aged 41

I am transferring Mr Amir Akbari, who has been recuperating from guillian-barre syndrome. He requires your professional assistance for his ongoing difficulty in mobility from your facility.

Whilst hospitalisation, Mr up very rapidly deteriorated and required ventilation in intensive care unit for 3 days. Following which his mobility was significantly compromised. Therefore,regular plasmapharesis and intravenous gammaglobulin has been administered in sight of, decreased muscle tone and assistance for activities of daily, he managed to walk with frame of lately, Mr Akbari is being depressed about his prospects. He has history of post-traumatic stress disorder as a result he may have anxiety and depression. In addition, his wife could not cope with finances associated childcare pressure.

Upon transfer, please ensure that Mr Akbari continues physiotherapy and encourage to perform limb exercise. Along with that, he may need psychiatric assessment kindly discuss with your team. Ensured that social worker is aware of family and Mrs Akbari stress. Currently, he is stable however monitor for any decrease in respiratory rate or increase in neurological signs. He takes only halal diet.

It would be profoundly beneficial if you could extend your support for Mr Akbar his speedy recovery.

If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Yours faithfully,

Charge Nurse

Prince Charles Hospital



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