Bed Sore Management: The beds that we use at home are not appropriate for an ICU patient at home. Different types of ICU beds are available, and the ICU bed to be utilised at home relies upon the condition of the patient. There are beds with special overlay mattresses, sand, gel, and inflatable mattresses. Then there are beds to oblige bariatric patients, beds for extensive injuries or wounds, beds for spinal immobilisation and traction, and beds that turn patients completely. One significant reason for worry in the case of keeping an ICU patient at home is that they could develop bedsores. In the event that is not focused on, bedsores can bring about severe infection for the patient and hinder their recovery process. Legitimate bedsore management is expected with the utilisation of an alpha mattress and dressing should be changed 2-3 times in a day.
Physiotherapy: This angle relies upon the condition and mobility of the patient. Even in the case of exceptionally inactive patients, physiotherapy is required so that whatever minimal movement they are prepared to do, they can practise it. Physiotherapy assists with improving the mobility of the body.