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|Title: ||Control of Pain and Dyspnea in Patients with Oncologic Disease in Acute Care: Non-Pharmacological Intervention|
|Authors: ||Ramos, A.|
Lopes, M. J.
|Issue Date: ||2017|
|Citation: ||Ramos A, Tavares AP, Lopes M, Mendes F, Parreira P, et al. (2017) Control of Pain and Dyspnea in Patients with Oncologic Disease in Acute Care: Non-Pharmacological Interventions. Nurse Care Open Acces J 2(3): 00036. DOI: 10.15406/ncoaj.2017.02.00036|
|Abstract: ||Objective: To identify non-pharmacological strategies in the control of pain and
dyspnea, in patient with oncological disease, in acute care.
Methodology: Question in PI[C]O format was used and search at EBSCO
(MEDLINE with Full TEXT; CINAHL, Plus with Full Text; British Nursing Index)
retrospectively from 2009 to 2015. We included also guidelines by reference
entities: Oncology Nursing Society (2011) National Comprehensive Cancer
Network and Cancer Care Ontario, resulting in a total of 15 articles.
Results: The gold standard for an adequate symptom control is a systematized
assessment. Non-pharmacological measures: psycho-emotional support,
hypnosis, counseling/training/ instruction, therapeutic adherence, music therapy,
massage, relaxation techniques, telephone support, functional and respiratory reeducation
increase health gains.
Conclusion: The control of oncologic pain and dyspnea require a comprehensive
and multimodal approach.|
|Appears in Collections:||CICTS - Publicações - Artigos em Revistas Internacionais Com Arbitragem Científica|
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