Palliative care in neonatal neurology: robust support for infants, families and clinicians

Title

Palliative care in neonatal neurology: robust support for infants, families and clinicians

Creator

Lemmon ME; Bidegain M; Boss RD

Identifier

Publisher

Journal Of Perinatology

Date

2015

Subject

Infant; Nervous System Diseases; Palliative Care; Parents/px [Psychology]; Clinical Decision-Making/es [Ethics]; Diseases; Diseases/px [Psychology]; Diseases/th [Therapy]; Humans; infant; Intensive Care Units; Neonatal/og [Organization & Administration]; Nervous System Diseases/px [Psychology]; Nervous System Diseases/th [Therapy]; Neurology/mt [Methods]; Newborn; Palliative Care/es [Ethics]; Palliative Care/mt [Methods]; Palliative Care/px [Psychology]; social support

Description

Infants with neurological injury and their families face unique challenges in the neonatal intensive care unit. As specialty palliative care support becomes increasingly available, we must consider how to intentionally incorporate palliative care principles into the care of infants with neurological injury. Here, we review data regarding neonatal symptom management, prognostic uncertainty, decision making, communication and parental support for neonatal neurology patients and their families.
2015

Rights

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Citation List Month

March 2018 List

Issue

5

Volume

36

Collection

Citation

Lemmon ME; Bidegain M; Boss RD, “Palliative care in neonatal neurology: robust support for infants, families and clinicians,” Pediatric Palliative Care Library, accessed July 30, 2021, https://pedpalascnetlibrary.omeka.net/items/show/14607.

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