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  • Tarr says:
    Generally speaking, people who are dying need care in four areas— physical comfort, mental and emotional needs, spiritual issues, and practical tasks. Their families need support as well. In this section, you will find a number of ways you can help someone who is dying.
  • Meztigis says:
    Feb 01,  · The patient who is near death may suffer in a variety of ways. Physical pain is common and is often most feared by cancer patients. Other physical causes of suffering can include dyspnea or Cited by:
  • Akinojin says:
    Feb 03,  · Healthcare providers can recognize signs and symptoms that mean a person may be close to dying. The person and his loved ones can be helped to prepare for and accept death. A dying person may fear being alone, becoming a burden, or having pain. Medicines and other supportive care can help the person feel peaceful during the last part of his life.
  • Arasar says:
    Repositioning the person, limiting fluid intake, or using drugs to dry secretions can minimize the noise. Such treatment is aimed at the comfort of the family or caregivers because noisy breathing occurs at a time when the dying person is unaware of it. The death rattle does not cause discomfort for the dying person.
  • Vudozragore says:
    Jul 23,  · Dying patients in Hospice care frequently communicate with deceased relatives. While family members are often clueless about this phenomenon, a study of hospice patients concluded that "most.
  • Juzuru says:
    Sep 14,  · The dying process starts to be recognizable for many people in the period between a month and three months prior to death. As we discuss these changes, we may use the words 'he" or "she," but the process is fairly similar regardless of gender.
  • Maujinn says:
    Dying patients can have needs that differ from those of other patients. So that their needs can be met, dying patients must first be identified. Before death, patients tend to follow 1 of 3 general trajectories of functional decline: A limited period of steadily progressive functional decline (eg, typical of progressive cancer).
  • Dugore says:
    Dying is an individualized experience and each person dies in their own way and time (ELNEC, ). Patients who know that they are dying will usually make their wishes known about where they want to spend their final days and hours.

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