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Spiritual Care

Oxford handbook of palliative care

2005
Author: 
Watson, Max S. Lucas, Caroline F. Hoy, Andrew M. Back, Ian N.
Classification no: 
Care
Collection: 
Reference
Accession no: 
CA BS/511
Type of material: 
Book
Publication details: 
Oxford: OUP
Physical description: 
xxxiii, 819p.: ill.
Keywords: 
Ethical Issues. Drug Use. Oncology. Symptom Management. Pain. Gastrointestinal Symptoms. Cachexia. Anorexia. Fatigue. Sweating. Fever. Respiratory Symptoms. Skin Problems. Genito-urinary Problems. cancer. Neurological Problems. Sleep Disorders. Haematological Aspects. Psychiatric Symptoms. Spiritual Care. Complementary Therapies. Physiotherapy. Clinical Psychology. Dietetics. Nutrition. Rehabilitation.
Notes: 
3 copies

Home care of the terminally ill

Author: 
Mkwanazi, Sam. Poulton, Brenda. Pratt, Louise
Classification no: 
Care
Collection: 
Open Shelves
Accession no: 
CA BS/814
Type of material: 
Booklet
Publication details: 
Harare: Kolbe Press
Physical description: 
60p.: ill.
Keywords: 
Island Hospice Service. PLHIV. PLWHA. Palliative Care. Carers. Home Based Care. Support. Emotional Self Care. Physical Self Care. Universal Precautions. Hygiene. Bathing. Mouth Care. Pressure Area. emotional Needs. Communication. Depression. Anger. Fears. Losses. Skin Problems. Rashes. Itching. Wounds. Shingles. Kaposi's Sarcoma. Swollen Legs. Feet. Mouth Problems. Thrush. Herpes. Cold Sores. Inflamed Gums. Coated Tongue. Fever. Pain Control. Appetite Loss. Nausea. Vomiting. Cough. Breathing Problems. Incontinence. Urine. Catheter Care. Bowels. Genital Problems. Vaginal Infection. Urethral Infection. Sores. Warts. Confusion. Sleep. Spiritual Care. Dying. Bereavement. Grief. Loss. Children. Child. Recipes. Nutrition. Teas. Herbal Mixtures. Solutions. Lotions. Drugs. medicines.

Palliative care: symptom management and end-of-liofe care

2004
Author: 
World Health Organization
Series title: 
Integrated Management of Adolescent and Adult Illness
Classification no: 
Care
Collection: 
Open Shelves
Accession no: 
CA BS/799
Type of material: 
Booklet
Publication details: 
Geneva: WHO
Physical description: 
50p.: ill.
Keywords: 
Health Workers. Home Care. Pain Management. Side Effects. Medicines. Medication. Morphine. Opioids. Family. Patient Training. Prevention. Interventions. Oral Care. Bedsores. Bathing. Stiffness. Muscles. Bedridden Patient. Weight Loss. Nausea. Vomiting. Mouth Ulcers. Dry Mouth. Constipation. Varginal Discharge. Cervical Cancer. Diarrhoea. Anxiety. Agitation. Dementia. Delirium. Depression. Itching. Cough. Fever. Hiccups. PLHIV. PLWHA. ARV Therapy. Sexuality. Caregivers. Children. Burn-out. Psychosocial Support. Spiritual Care. Death. Bereavement Care. Essential Drugs. Care Module. Manual. Adolescents. Adult Ilness. IMAI
Notes: 
Interim Guidelines for first-level facility health workers

Palliative care: symptom management and end-of-life care

2005
Author: 
Swaziland Government. Ministry of Health and Social Welfare.
Series title: 
Integrated Management of Adolescent and Adult Illness
Classification no: 
Care
Collection: 
Special Collections: Swazi Focus
Accession no: 
CA BS/797
Type of material: 
Booklet
Publication details: 
Mbabane: Swaziland Government
Physical description: 
50p.: ill.
Keywords: 
World Health Organization. WHO. Health Workers. Home Care. Pain Management. Side Effects. Medicines. Morphine. Opioids. Medication. Family. Patient Training. Prevention. Interventions. Oral Care. Bedsores. Bathing. Stiffness. Muscles. Bedridden Patient. Weight Loss. Nausea. Vomiting. Mouth Ulcers. Dry Mouth. Constipation. Varginal Discharge. Cervical Cancer. Diarrhoea. Anxiety. Agitation. Dementia. Delirium. Depression. Itching. Cough. Fever. Hiccups. PLHIV. PLWHA. ARV Therapy. Sexuality. Caregivers. Children. Burn-out. Psychosocial Support. Spiritual Care. Death. Bereavement Care. Essential Drugs. Care Module. Adolescents. Adult Illness. IMAI
Notes: 
4 copies. Interim guidelines for first-level facility health workers