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The Collision of Inmate and Patient.

Related Articles The Collision of Inmate and Patient. J Correct Health Care. 2017 Jan;23(1):66-75 Authors: Chassagne A, Godard A, Cretin E, Pazart L, Aubry R Abstract Every year in France 100 inmates die in prison from illness, but their experiences with end of life (EOL) have not been investigated to date. The purpose of this article is to highlight the realities regarding inmates at the end of life, putting into perspective the viewpoints of the sick prisoners with those of the health and correctional professionals accompanying them. Based on qualitative research, the challenge is to identify potential barriers to palliative…
Origen: The Collision of Inmate and Patient. – PubMed

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"If you understand you cope better with it": the role of education in building palliative care capacity in four First Nations communities in Canada.

Related Articles “If you understand you cope better with it”: the role of education in building palliative care capacity in four First Nations communities in Canada. BMC Public Health. 2019 Jun 17;19(1):768 Authors: Prince H, Nadin S, Crow M, Maki L, Monture L, Smith J, Kelley ML Abstract BACKGROUND: In Canada, there is a growing need to develop community-based, culturally appropriate palliative care for Indigenous people living in First Nations communities. The public health approach to palliative care, which emphasizes community-based initiatives, is especially relevant in First Nations communities because care is grounded in their distinct social and cultural context.…
Origen: "If you understand you cope better with it": the role of education in building palliative care capacity in four First Nations communities in Canada. – PubMed

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[Private practice nurse and palliative care in the home].

Related Articles [Private practice nurse and palliative care in the home]. Rev Infirm. 2017 Nov;66(235):36-38 Authors: Daydé MC Abstract The development of palliative care in the home, requested by patients and recommended in the 2015-2018 national plan, requires the home to be considered as a specific place of care. Private practice nurses have an important role to play with the patient and their relatives, in the assessment of needs, coordination, relational care as well as in providing the care required for maintaining and continuing life, an increasingly technical process. PMID: 29127980 [PubMed – indexed for MEDLINE]
Origen: [Private practice nurse and palliative care in the home]. – PubMed

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Met-Hemoglobin Is a Biomarker for Poor Oxygen Delivery in Infants Following Surgical Palliation.

Related Articles Met-Hemoglobin Is a Biomarker for Poor Oxygen Delivery in Infants Following Surgical Palliation. World J Pediatr Congenit Heart Surg. 2019 07;10(4):485-491 Authors: Swartz MF, Makhija P, Rubenstein J, Henrichs KF, Powers KS, Wang HY, Simon BV, Alfieris GM, Blumberg N, Cholette JM Abstract BACKGROUND: Infants with cyanotic congenital heart disease demonstrate wide fluctuations in hemoglobin (Hb), oxygen saturation, and cardiac output following palliation. Methemoglobin (Met-Hb), the product of Hb oxidation, may represent a compensatory mechanism during hypoxia and may be utilized as a biomarker. METHODS: Arterial and venous Met-Hb levels were obtained from infants requiring palliation. The primary…
Origen: Met-Hemoglobin Is a Biomarker for Poor Oxygen Delivery in Infants Following Surgical Palliation. – PubMed

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[Palliative care].

Related Articles [Palliative care]. Internist (Berl). 2018 09;59(9):921-933 Authors: Oechsle K Abstract Improvement in the quality of life of patients with life-threatening illnesses or incurable progressive diseases, including patients with cancer and also several internal medical diseases, represents the major aim of palliative care. Basic principles are to also address the needs of the family caregiver and a comprehensive understanding of physical symptoms and psychosocial as well as spiritual aspects. Treatment planning for physical symptoms, e.g., pain, dyspnea and nausea, in patients in need of palliative care has to include the subjective symptom distress of the patient, factors that can be…
Origen: [Palliative care]. – PubMed

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