Sep 26-27, 2022    Dubai, UAE
3rd International Conference on

Hospice and Palliative care


Hospice Care

Hospice Care is end-of-life care. A team of health care professionals and volunteers provides it. They give medical, psychological, and spiritual support. The goal of the care is to avail people who are dying have placidity, comfort, and dignity. It deals with the Pain and symptom control of a person who is either terminally ill or is undergoing severe treatments like Chemotherapy etc. Caring with physical, emotional and spiritual support services and its advancement in a way that the dying people can live the rest of their life in peace and comfort. . The keys to success lie in the protocols to be followed while having a patient in a hospice care facility. To understand, feel and control the pain of a terminally ill patient is the motive of Hospice Care.

Palliative Care

Palliative Care fixates on debilitating the pain, symptoms, physical and noetic stress that an earnestly ill patient goes through while being treated. Like Hospice Care it is also designed to provide some sort of physical and mental relief to the patient and their families too. Palliative Nursing is a very vital part of the topic as the care and compassion provided to the patient is mostly done by a clinical nurse or a physician. Palliative Care is not just for someone likely to die after the trauma but for anyone who is seriously injured who is frail or has other life-limiting illness

Palliative Care for Special Situations

Hospice Care is broadly categorized for different situations as a result of different diseases. Specially designed caring facilities are established for patients who have cancer, AIDS, ALS, Emphysema, Heart Failure, Kidney Disease/Renal Failure and other terminal illness. Patients with End-Stage Heart Disease, End-Stage Lung Disease, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, and other similar diseases are at high risk for sudden death. It is important to inform loved ones about this possibility.

Palliative Care Services

Palliative Care aim to treat, as early as possible, the symptoms of the disease and any psychological, social and spiritual problems related to the illness. It also assists families and caregivers through this experience and provides a bereavement support service to people who are grieving. It aims at the Assessment and treatment of Symptoms along with Psychosocial Support and Co-ordination of Care by the cross-linking network of Doctors of different expertise and their remarks.

Palliative Care for Aged People

Aged care refers to the additional care required for an older person needing regular health professional input either in the aged care home. Palliative care is according to WHO Organization an approach that improves the quality of life of patients and their families facing the problems associated with a life-threatening illness, through the prevention. It is important that older people are supported to receive high-quality palliative care in the setting of their choice, whether that be in their own home or in a residential aged care facility. The availability of high-quality palliative care in aged care facilities and people’s own homes will enable older to have a good death.

Geriatric Medicine and Emergency Medicine

Geriatric Medicine is a unique approach to primary healthcare focused on the needs of adults. This branch of medicine is concerned with the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of diseases in older people and the problems specific to aging. Emergency Medicine is a medical specialty involving care for undifferentiated and unscheduled patients with illnesses or injuries requiring immediate medical attention.
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