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Hospital-Based Palliative Medicine

Hospital-Based Palliative Medicine
titolo Hospital-Based Palliative Medicine
sottotitolo A Practical, Evidence-Based Approach
autori , , ,
argomenti Medicina Oncologia Cure palliative
Medicina Cure palliative
editore John Wiley & Sons Inc
formato Libro
pagine 296
pubblicazione 2015
ISBN 9781118772577
 
99,00 84,15
Risparmi: € 14,85
 

The first comprehensive, clinically focused guide to help hospitalists and other hospital-based clinicians provide quality palliative care in the inpatient setting. Written for practicing clinicians by a team of experts in the field of palliative care and hospital care, Hospital-Based Palliative Medicine: A Practical, Evidence-Based Approach offers: * Comprehensive content over three domains of inpatient palliative care: symptom management, communication and decision making, and practical skills, * Detailed information on assessment and management of symptoms commonly experienced by seriously ill patients, * Advise on the use of specific communication techniques to address sensitive topics such as prognosis, goals of care, code status, advance care planning, and family meetings in a patient- and family-centered manner, * Targeted content for specific scenarios, including palliative care emergencies, care at the end of life, and an overview of post-hospital palliative care options, * Self-care strategies for resilience and clinician wellness which can be used to help maintain an empathic, engaged, workforce and high quality patient care, * A consistent chapter format with highlighted clinical pearls and pitfalls, ensuring the material is easily accessible to the busy hospitalist and associated hospital staff. This title will be of use to all hospital clinicians who care for seriously ill patients and their families. Specialist-trained palliative care clinicians will also find this title useful by outlining a framework for the delivery of palliative care by the patient s front-line hospital providers. Also available in the in the Hospital-Based Medicine: Current Concepts series: Inpatient Anticoagulation Margaret C. Fang, Editor, 2011 Hospital Images: A Clinical Atlas Paul B. Aronowitz, Editor, 2012 Becoming a Consummate Clinician: What Every Student, House Officer, and Hospital Practitioner Needs to Know Ary L. Goldberger and Zachary D. Goldberger, Editors, 2012 Perioperative Medicine: Medical Consultation and Co-Management Amir K. Jaffer and Paul J. Grant, Editors, 2012 Clinical Care Conundrums: Challenging Diagnoses in Hospital Medicine James C. Pile, Thomas E. Baudendistel, and Brian J. Harte, Editors, 2013 Inpatient Cardiovascular Medicine Brahmajee K. Nallamothu and Timir S. Baman, Editors 2013

 

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Contributors viii 1. Hospital Care for Seriously Ill Patients and Their Families1 Steven Z. Pantilat, Wendy G. Anderson, Matthew J. Gonzales, andEric W. Widera Section 1 Symptom Management 2. Pain Management: A Practical Approach for Hospital Clinicians11 Solomon Liao, Kira Skavinski, Jamie Capasso, and Rosene D.Pirrello 3. Dyspnea: Management in Seriously Ill Hospitalized Patients37 Margaret L. Campbell and Michael A. Stellini 4. Nausea and Vomiting: Evaluation and Management inHospitalized Patients 49 Katherine Aragon and Matthew J. Gonzales 5. Delirium: Identification and Management in Seriously IllHospitalized Patients 61 Marieberta Vidal and Eduardo Bruera 6. Depression and Anxiety: Assessment and Management inHospitalized Patients with Serious Illness 71 Nathan Fairman, Jeremy M. Hirst, and Scott A. Irwin Section 2 Communication and Decision Making 7. Effective Communication with Seriously Ill Patients in theHospital: General Principles and Core Skills 95 Kristen A. Chasteen and Wendy G. Anderson 8. Family Meetings and Caring for Family Members 108 Sara K. Johnson 9. Assessing Goals of Care: A Case-Based Discussion 121 Elizabeth Lindenberger and Amy S. Kelley 10. Documenting Goals of Care and Treatment Preferences in theHospital: A Case-Based Discussion 133 Lynn A. Flint, Rebecca L. Sudore, and Brook Calton 11. Prognostication: Estimating and Communicating Prognosis forHospitalized Patients 143 Joshua R. Lakin and Eric W. Widera 12. Managing Conflict over Treatment Decisions 160 Robert M. Arnold and Eva Reitschuler-Cross Section 3 Practice 13. Palliative Care Emergencies in Hospitalized Patients171 Paul Glare, Yvona Griffo, Alberta Alickaj, and BarbaraEgan 14. Withdrawing Life-Sustaining Interventions 195 James M. Risser and Howard Epstein 15. Artificial Nutrition and Hydration in Patients with SeriousIllness 206 Thomas T. Reid 16. Last Days of Life: Care for the Patient and Family 223 Jason Morrow 17. Palliative Care after Discharge: Services for the SeriouslyIll in the Home and Community 237 Amy M. Corcoran, Neha J. Darrah, and Nina R.O Connor 18. Interdisciplinary Team Care of Seriously Ill HospitalizedPatients 250 Dawn M. Gross and Jane Hawgood 19. Self-Care and Resilience for Hospital Clinicians 260 Sarah M. Piper, B.J. Miller, and Michael W. Rabow Index 273

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