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Title:Prehrana v paliativni medicini : ko sita vrana lačni ne verjame
Authors:Benedik, Jernej (Author)
Language:Slovenian
Tipology:1.04 - Professional Article
Organisation:Logo OI - Institute of Oncology
Abstract:Odločitev o izvajanju ali opustitvi postopkov, s katerimi vzdržujemo ali podaljšujemo življenje, je vedno težka. Številne razprave, smernice, priporočila etičnih odborov oz. komisij so do neke mere opora ali moralni kompas, vendar pa zdravnik na koncu vedno ostane razpet med stroko, bolnikom, vestjo in svojci. Priporočila, ki veljajo za kritično bolne, pogosto težko prenesemo v okvir terminalno bolnih. Večinoma vključujejo bolj agresivne ali »herojske« postopke, npr. umetno ventilacijo ali hemodinamsko podporo. S hidracijo in umetno prehrano skušamo zadovoljiti predvsem dve osnovni življenjski potrebi, žejo in lakoto. In v tej luči ju večinoma obravnavamo bolj kot postopka za lajšanje trpljenja, ne pa kot postopka za vzdrževanje življenja
Year of publishing:2009
COBISS_ID:848507 Link is opened in a new window
UDC:616-006.6:615.874
ISSN on article:1408-1741
OceCobissID:65324032 Link is opened in a new window
URN:URN:NBN:SI:doc-PH9CLUUQ
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Downloads:321
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Journal:Onkologija
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Language:English
Title:Nutrition during Palliative Care
Abstract:The decision to withhold life sustaining measures is always difficult. Countless discussions, suggestions, recommendations by ethical committees offer some support or moral compass in making these decisions; however, in the end, one always finds himself torn between one's own conscience, patient, patient's family and science. The guidelines that apply to critically ill rarely apply to palliative care. Artificial hydration and nutrition primarily attempt to satisfy basic human needs for food and drink. As such they are often regarded as easing suffer rather than sustaining life.

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