Publicaciones etiquetadas ‘Recursos’

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Deathbed Confession: When a Dying Patient Confesses to Murder: Clinical, Ethical, and Legal Implications.

Related Articles Deathbed Confession: When a Dying Patient Confesses to Murder: Clinical, Ethical, and Legal Implications. J Clin Ethics. 2018;29(3):179-184 Authors: Tincknell L, O’Callaghan A, Manning J, Malpas P Abstract During an initial palliative care assessment, a dying man discloses that he had killed several people whilst a young man. The junior doctor, to whom he revealed his story, consulted with senior palliative care colleagues. It was agreed that legal advice would be sought on the issue of breaching the man’s confidentiality. Two legal opinions conflicted with each other. A decision was made by the clinical team not to inform…
Origen: Deathbed Confession: When a Dying Patient Confesses to Murder: Clinical, Ethical, and Legal Implications. – PubMed

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Pulmonary Vein Doppler Patterns in Infants with Single Right Ventricle Anomalies After Initial Staged Palliations.

Related Articles Pulmonary Vein Doppler Patterns in Infants with Single Right Ventricle Anomalies After Initial Staged Palliations. Pediatr Cardiol. 2017 Aug;38(6):1288-1295 Authors: Kirkpatrick EC, Steltzer J, Simpson P, Pan A, Dragulescu A, Falkensammer CB, Gelehrter S, Lai WW, Levine J, Miller S, Miller TA, Pruetz J, Sachdeva R, Thacker D, Frommelt P Abstract The aim of this study was to describe serial changes in echocardiographic Doppler pulmonary vein flow (PVF) patterns in infants with single right ventricle (RV) anomalies enrolled in the Single Ventricle Reconstruction trial. Measurement of PVF peak systolic (S) and diastolic (D) velocities, velocity time integrals (VTI),…
Origen: Pulmonary Vein Doppler Patterns in Infants with Single Right Ventricle Anomalies After Initial Staged Palliations. – PubMed

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A collaborative model of integrative care: Synergy between Anthroposophic music therapy, acupuncture, and spiritual care in two patients with breast cancer.

Related Articles A collaborative model of integrative care: Synergy between Anthroposophic music therapy, acupuncture, and spiritual care in two patients with breast cancer. Complement Ther Med. 2018 Oct;40:195-197 Authors: Ben-Arye E, Preis L, Barak Y, Samuels N Abstract Complementary/integrative medicine (CIM) has been shown to play an important role in supportive cancer care, relieving symptoms and improving quality of life among oncology patients. Communication between CIM practitioners and oncology healthcare professionals has been researched in depth, while little attention has been paid to the interaction between CIM practitioners from different disciplines who work together in the integrative oncology setting. The…
Origen: A collaborative model of integrative care: Synergy between Anthroposophic music therapy, acupuncture, and spiritual care in two patients with breast cancer. – PubMed

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Caring for Patients With Severe and Enduring Eating Disorders (SEED): Certification, Harm Reduction, Palliative Care, and the Question of Futility.

Related Articles Caring for Patients With Severe and Enduring Eating Disorders (SEED): Certification, Harm Reduction, Palliative Care, and the Question of Futility. J Psychiatr Pract. 2016 Jul;22(4):313-20 Authors: Westmoreland P, Mehler PS Abstract Anorexia nervosa is a serious mental illness with a high mortality rate. The body image distortion inherent to this disorder and the impaired judgment and cognition due to malnutrition frequently result in patients refusing treatment. Treatment is most effective if patients are treated early in the course of their illness and undergo a full course of treatment. Involuntary treatment may therefore be both life-saving and critical to…
Origen: Caring for Patients With Severe and Enduring Eating Disorders (SEED): Certification, Harm Reduction, Palliative Care, and the Question of Futility. – PubMed

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Minimally Invasive Surgery for Palliation.

Related Articles Minimally Invasive Surgery for Palliation. Surg Oncol Clin N Am. 2019 Jan;28(1):79-88 Authors: Cloyd JM Abstract Palliative care is the multidisciplinary focus on patient symptoms and quality of life. The emphasis of minimally invasive surgery on reduced pain and faster recovery aligns well with the goals of palliative care. Minimally invasive approaches can be safely and effectively used to address several common complications of solid organ malignancies as well as the complications of cytotoxic therapy. A patient-centered, minimally invasive approach will not only help alleviate disabling symptoms and improve patient quality of life but will also minimize the…
Origen: Minimally Invasive Surgery for Palliation. – PubMed

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