5 Principles of Palliative Care
Palliative care is to help patients with pain control and ease pain during end-of-life experience. It is also for physiological problems to help ease both mental and physical pain that comes along with their lifelong illness.
Learn more about the principles of palliative care and how it helps patients.
What is palliative care?
Palliative care is a new improved way to help ease pain for patients. This service is not just for people who are experiencing end-of-life and is for anyone who is suffering from an illness.
Usually, people who take palliative care services have an illness of
Congestive heart failure
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
And much more..
5 principles of palliative care
There are 5 principles you should know about palliative care and the development behind it.
Palliative care started out in 1967 in London at a hospital who recognized the needs of patients end of life experience. They comprehended that people needed to feel more at ease during the process of.
Principles of palliative care are
-Respect the goals of patient.
-What palliative care does for medical and emotional.
-Supporting the needs of patient’s family.
-Helps access other healthcare providers needed.
-Builds ease to end– of-life care experience.
Palliative care offers education for the family in which the patient is experiencing and what to expect. There is also access to respite care services for caregivers as well as at home palliative care options.
To learn more about our palliative care services, reach out to us for a free consultation.
SAHARA HOSPICE CARE
140 Eldridge Rd Suite B 1, Sugar Land, TX 77478