1 edition of Heart of Care : Dignity in Action found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 126 p. :|
|Number of Pages||97|
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Transfer of best practice from a hospice setting to other care settings, including for non-cancer patients, is a major challenge• Develop a keener understanding of the effects of ageism in society and in care settings• A leaflet explaining issues related to grieving can be helpful.
Patient and family feel dissatisfied 6. Continuous subcutaneous infusion over 24 hours To convert a patient from oral morphine to a 24 hour subcutaneous infusion of diamorphine, divide the total daily dose of morphine by three.
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Nothing can prepare a young doctor, nurse, or rabbi for facing people whose death is imminent, and their families, and realising that it is in their power to make a huge difference. Patients with heart failure and other terminally ill patients will benefit as much from the Liverpool model as do the cancer patients for whom it was primarily developed.
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Failure to recognise key symptoms and signs 6.