What is Palliative Care?
Palliative care is a specialized care for people who are living with a serious and life-threatening illness such as stage 4 cancer, or chronic diseases like end stage kidney failure.
Palliative care 缓和疗护 ......
addresses the patients’ needs as a whole, and not just the disease alone.
focuses on improving the quality of life of patients and their families throughout this difficult journey.
is achieved through preventing or treating the symptoms and side-effects caused by their illness and its treatments, as well as other related psychological, social and spiritual problems.
can be provided in the hospital, outpatient clinic, nursing home, or at home.
People of any age who are terminally ill and approaching end of life, or who have been diagnosed with a serious illness that has little or no prospect of cure, such as:
Kidney Failure 肾脏衰弱，不再洗肾
Heart Failure 心脏衰弱
Advance lungs disease 肺衰弱
Neurodegenerative disease 神经／肌肉退化性疾病
Motor Neurone Disease 渐冻症
Parkinson disease 帕金森氏病
Extensive stroke 严重性中风
Traumatic brain injury 脑重创
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