5 edition of guide to symptom relief in advanced disease found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 121-137) and index.
|Statement||Claud Regnard, Sue Tempest.|
|LC Classifications||R726.8 .R43 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 143 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||143|
|LC Control Number||98155044|
breathing brings symptom relief for people with COPD, but it may work by keeping the airways open. * Diaphragmatic breathing for COPD. The diaphragm is the main muscle used for normal breathing. People with COPD, however, may also use the muscles in the rib cage, neck, and abdomen to breathe. This method is less efficient than using the Size: KB. Symptom-Oriented, Person-Focused Treatment. Although there are a number of oncology texts that focus on disease-oriented treatment, A Physician’s Guide to Pain Symptom Management in Cancer Patients complements such books, concentrating on suffering in patients with cancer and offering symptom-oriented, person-focused treatment. And in that.
The original analgesic ladder was designed in the context of cancer pain, but the principles are commonly adopted in other advanced and progressive life-limiting conditions. 9 There are specific considerations for some types of advanced disease. For example, choice of analgesic drug in advanced renal disease and advanced liver disease is dependent on use of analgesics less Cited by: This guideline presents strategies for the assessment and management of cancer pain, and symptoms associated with advanced disease, in patients ≥ 19 years of age. Part 2 is divided into seven sections, providing recommendations for evidence-based symptom management with algorithms to facilitate quick access to the information required.
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Book Description. This established and well-regarded Guide describes the management of patients with advanced disease. Its foundation is a clinical decision-making approach in which the patient's information guides the professional's approach to appropriate management.
This guide aims to help doctors and nurses in dealing with symptom relief in patients with advanced disease. This edition has been updated to include AIDS and motor neurone disease; psychological problems, including breaking difficult news; and a formulary.
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This reference guide has become an indispensable companion for doctors and nurses, helping them to solve the urgent problems they encounter on the ward or in the consulting room.
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Professional & Technical Kindle eBooks @ 4/5(1). The fifth edition of an established guide for professionals in a cross-section of caring environments involved in palliative advanced disease. New sections in this edition include identifying distress in a person with severe communication difficulties and new symptom sections.
It is a clinical decision guide for symptom relief in patients with advanced disease, both malignant and non-malignant. The essential management advice in each section is set out in a table, forming a clinical decision algorithm that is based on patient information.
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For personal accounts OR managers of institutional accounts. Username *. Password *Author: D J Oliver. A wide range of childhood health problems can generate the need for palliative care and symptom relief including not only advanced noncommunicable disease and HIV/AIDS, but also severe prematurity, birth trauma, congenital anomalies, severe non-progressive disabilities such as paraplegia and quadriplegia, drug-resistant tuberculosis and injuries.
Guide to Symptom Relief in Advanced Disease: ISBN () Softcover, Butterworth-Heinemann, How Organizations Learn: Managing the Search for Knowledge. Patients diagnosed with incurable cancer or advanced disease may not identify themselves as requiring palliative care.
A palliative approach addresses the need for pain and symptom management, and the psychosocial and spiritual support of patients and their families, even if they choose to undergo life-prolonging treatments such as chemotherapy.
Each symptom and disease section is written to be a rapid, practical guide for clinicians on the floor. The book starts with general approaches in palliative radiation oncology that are followed by a section that focuses on common symptoms in palliative care and their management.
far-advanced disease: more difficult to define but examples are extensive metastatic disease in cancer refractory cardiac failure total dependency in neurodegenerative conditions or A focus on the quality of life is the key feature of the definition it is person-oriented, not disease-orientedFile Size: KB.
Eye discomfort and redness in children. Eye problems in children. Fever in children. Headaches in children. Joint pain or muscle pain in children. Nasal congestion in children. Nausea or vomiting in children. Skin rashes in children. Sore throat in children. Urinary problems in children.
Wheezing in children. Show references. A new book, Sunita Puri’s “That Good Night: Life and Medicine in the Eleventh Hour,” reminded me how poorly the U.S.
deals with palliative care—a specialty that focuses on symptom relief. The WebMD Symptom Checker is designed to help you understand what your medical symptoms could mean, and provide you with the trusted information you need to.
Oral complications are hugely important for those treating cancer patients, either as an indication of disease or as a symptom of the disease. This is the first book to focus on this unique area of cancer care, providing international, evidence-based, clinical guidance for the whole team involved in treating the cancer patient with oral problems.
Introduction. Populations are aging all over the world,1, 2, 3 with those aged 60 and over growing faster than any other age group. 1 Bythe percentage of people aged 65 years and over will be almost 30% in developed and almost 15% in less developed regions.2, 3 While this increase in longevity is welcome, as a consequence more and more people are dying from chronic, rather than acute Cited by: when you have advanced prostate cancer, you can turn to palliative care to manage your symptoms and get the emotional support you need.
it can be .Author(s): Regnard,Claud F B; Hockley,J M; Regnard,Claud F B. Guide to symptom relief in advanced disease. Title(s): A guide to symptom relief in palliative care/ Claud Regnard and Jo Hockley.
Edition: 5th ed. Country of Publication: England Publisher: Abingdon, U.K.: Radcliffe Medical Press, c