Pain & Symptom Management in Palliative Care

Pain is an extremely prominent and distressful symptom in patients presenting at the end of life. In any case, many people living with a terminal illness fear pain, since they stress that pain can't be controlled without terrible side effects. Fear of pain adds to the aggregate effect of pain. It is essential to talk up about your pain and your feelings of fear about pain. Furthermore, patients with neurological palliative conditions, for example, stroke or ALS, may likewise encounter significant level of pain. Most pain can be relieved or controlled. Bringing pain under control and keeping it there means evaluating every part of pain and observing it. These are the core skills of palliative care doctors and nurses.

  • Pain in Palliative Care
  • Pain assessment in Palliative Care
  • Pain Perception
  • Palliative Care and Alimentary Symptoms
  • Kidney/Renal Failure
  • Acute Pain
  • Respiratory Symptoms

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