A concise reference text for pediatricians palliative care physicians and other health care professionals working with terminally ill children and their families compiled by the hospital for sick children london uk one of the worlds best known pediatric hospice services. The american academy of pediatrics recommends the development and broad availability of pediatric palliative care services based on child specific guidelines and standards such services will require widely distributed and effective palliative care education of pediatric health care professionals. Management of the death of a child in hospital re source issue date june 2015 page 2 of 41 2 management of the death of a child in hospital it is the responsibility of all health care providers to ensure that the parents and family are fully informed as well as optimally supported and comforted during and following the death of a child. Skillful nursing care during the final hours of life can bring comfort and quality not only to the patient but also to the patients loved ones who are attending the death symptom burden can increase during this time and knowledgeable assessment and management are essential to providing a peaceful death common concerns during this time include delirium dyspnea death rattle and cough. This useful book offers gps an easy to read practical guide to palliative care it is written with clarity and compassion and will not fail to stimulate and motivate the reader i enjoyed read living with dying and would recommend it to anybody involved in palliative care it may be only a small book of some 60 pages but it delivers a big
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