Shamsa Ali* and Hunaina Murad Muhammad Ali Allana
Department of Nursing, University of Alberta, CanadaFulltext PDF
Palliative care nursing addresses the physical, emotional, social, spiritual and sexual needs of the patients suffering from life threatening illnesses or those who require long-term care. Moreover, it facilitates patient’s autonomy, access to information and choice as per their wish. Being a nurse, it is quite challenging to expedite the needs and the situation become even more challenging when the patient is young. This article will discuss the case study of the young patient suffering from Ewing’s Sarcoma, the physical and psychological effects and will also recommend strategies for improvement.
Ali S, Muhammad Ali Allana HM. Addressing Physical and Psychosocial Needs of Patient Suffering from Ewing’s Sarcoma. Ann Palliat Care Med. 2019;1(1):1004. .