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Identified palliative care beds in the time of COVID-19

Soins. 2021 May;66(855):44-45. doi: 10.1016/S0038-0814(21)00130-4.ABSTRACTPatients with cancer are more at risk of quickly developing lethal forms of covid-19. Hospitals have therefore had to organise themselves to continue to receive patients while respecting the health measures. It was necessary to think about the best way of maintaining visits, as well as a means of adapting a specific space for palliative care and team thinking for patients cared for in identified palliative care beds.PMID:34103135 | DOI:10.1016/S0038-0814(21)00130-4
Origen: Identified palliative care beds in the time of COVID-19 – PubMed

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COVID-19 in care homes, a new organisation required

Soins. 2021 May;66(855):41-43. doi: 10.1016/S0038-0814(21)00129-8.ABSTRACTThe unprecedented covid-19 health crisis required emergency measures to be put in place. The main aim was to prevent the pandemic from spreading within care homeof Côte Fleurie (14), while limiting the negative effects of the lockdown. It was also necessary to anticipate the support needed by residents receiving palliative care in a new and unique context.PMID:34103134 | DOI:10.1016/S0038-0814(21)00129-8
Origen: COVID-19 in care homes, a new organisation required – PubMed

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Palliative care and COVID-19, a creative challenge

Soins. 2021 May;66(855):37-38. doi: 10.1016/S0038-0814(21)00127-4.ABSTRACTFaced with the covid-19 epidemic, palliative care professionals, working at home, in nursing homes or hospitals, have played an essential role. They have demonstrated their creativity and ability to adapt in order to change their organisation and continue their missions of supporting, training and guiding patients, their families and professionals in the field.PMID:34103132 | DOI:10.1016/S0038-0814(21)00127-4
Origen: Palliative care and COVID-19, a creative challenge – PubMed

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When care means being present for the other

Soins. 2021 May;66(855):39-40. doi: 10.1016/S0038-0814(21)00128-6.ABSTRACTWhat risks does coronavirus pose to people not infected with covid in palliative care? Between certain death and uncertain covid, how can caregivers support what helps patients live while protecting them from what could make them die? It is important to be aware of what is vital to protect, but also examine the advantages and limitations of the digitalisation of care.PMID:34103133 | DOI:10.1016/S0038-0814(21)00128-6
Origen: When care means being present for the other – PubMed

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Influence of COVID-19 on issues relating to end of life and the support of patients

Soins. 2021 May;66(855):26-29. doi: 10.1016/S0038-0814(21)00124-9.ABSTRACTThe covid-19 epidemic and the resulting lockdown measures have undoubtedly led people who are ill, as well as those at risk of becoming ill, to contemplate the notions of risk, uncertainty and death. What effects has this confrontation with the question of death had and what impact will it continue to have on the palliative care approach and the decisions to withhold and withdraw treatment in certain circumstances?PMID:34103129 | DOI:10.1016/S0038-0814(21)00124-9
Origen: Influence of COVID-19 on issues relating to end of life and the support of patients – PubMed

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