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Palliative Care for Patients With Advanced Heart Disease.

Related Articles Palliative Care for Patients With Advanced Heart Disease. J Cardiothorac Vasc Anesth. 2019 Mar;33(3):833-843 Authors: Klinedinst R, Kornfield ZN, Hadler RA Abstract Over the past 2 decades, the discipline of palliative care has evolved and expanded such that it is now the standard of care for a variety of acute and chronic processes. Although there are recommendations encouraging incorporation of palliative care into the routine management of patients with chronic cardiac processes, such as congestive heart failure, implementation has been challenging, and nowhere more so than in the cardiac surgical population. However, as the boundaries of surgical care…
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[Constitution of a New Specialised Pediatric Home Care Team – First Year Experience].

Related Articles [Constitution of a New Specialised Pediatric Home Care Team – First Year Experience]. Klin Padiatr. 2016 Apr;228(3):145-8 Authors: Hauch H, Klinkel N, Chao CM, Behrje J, Kreuzaler P, Bagheri A, Sibelius U, Berthold D Abstract BACKGROUND: Since the amendment of the Social Law V in Germany in 2007 the financial basis for a Specialised Home Palliative Care for Children (SHPC) for children was established. In Hesse 3 different SHPC teams entered into collective negotiations with health insurance companies. In 2014, the team of the University Children’s Hospital in Giessen started to treat the first patient with a lead…
Origen: [Constitution of a New Specialised Pediatric Home Care Team – First Year Experience]. – PubMed

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[Family care as a tool of mitigation the social risks of the elderly people in remote areas.]

Related Articles [Family care as a tool of mitigation the social risks of the elderly people in remote areas.] Adv Gerontol. 2018;31(6):1002-1008 Authors: Golubeva EY, Khabarova LG Abstract The purpose of the study was to analyze the foster family as tool of the social security system for elderly in remote northern territories. The significance of long-term previous relationships for building and microclimate of a foster family, relationship with the living environment as a socio-psychological support for reducing (eliminating) the risks of loneliness, social inclusion in society through a foster family has been revealed. It was noted that legally consolidated efforts…
Origen: [Family care as a tool of mitigation the social risks of the elderly people in remote areas.] – PubMed

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Are single or dual luminal covered expandable metallic stents suitable for esophageal squamous cell carcinoma with esophago-airway fistula?

Related Articles Are single or dual luminal covered expandable metallic stents suitable for esophageal squamous cell carcinoma with esophago-airway fistula? Surg Endosc. 2017 Mar;31(3):1148-1155 Authors: Huang PM, Lee JM Abstract BACKGROUND: To analyze the outcomes of single or dual luminal self-expandable covered metallic stents (SECMS) for palliative treatment for esophageal cancer with esophago-airway fistula (EAF). METHODS: We retrospectively assessed 50 patients who underwent SECMS placement for malignant EAF at our institution between June 2005 and December 2014 to define clinical results of stenting. Treatment provided was classified into initial single airway, single esophageal, or double stent placement. Independent associations between…
Origen: Are single or dual luminal covered expandable metallic stents suitable for esophageal squamous cell carcinoma with esophago-airway fistula? – PubMed

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[The place of the psychologist in shared medical decision-making in palliative care].

Related Articles [The place of the psychologist in shared medical decision-making in palliative care]. Soins. 2019 Mar;64(833):46-48 Authors: Van Lander A Abstract The concept of shared medical decision-making is particularly suited to palliative care. Psychologists within the teams work closely with doctors and caregivers to ensure the patient is cared for as a whole person and as an individual. The care of a 29-year-old patient illustrates the issues involved in this decision-making process. PMID: 30879632 [PubMed – indexed for MEDLINE]
Origen: [The place of the psychologist in shared medical decision-making in palliative care]. – PubMed

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