Terminal Patient Care

Raimunda Da Silva Renato Saints de Souza Saints Ana Claude Saints Hisses SUMMARY This study objectified to understand the strategies developed for the nurse who acts in the cares to the patient terminals, domiciliates in it, having as base the bibliographical research of exploratrio character of the descriptive type. One notices that the care the patient terminals I domiciliate in it is a desgastante and suffered experience depending on the relation between the nurse, the family, the customer and the nature and expansion of the illness. Click ABSTRACT This study aimed you understand the strategies developed by nurses who work in caring will be dying patients at home, based on literature search and exploratory in nature.

The notices that care of terminal patients at home is stressful and painful experience depending on the relationship between nurse, family, customers and the nature and spread of the disease. In this situation the nurse plays the basic one rolls in all phases of this assistance, since the discharge from the hospital you admit the same at his residence, presenting strategies consistent with each event focusing on the quality and accountability in meeting emphasizing the need will be care based the biopsychosocial, offering these patients the dignity it deserves in the final moments. Keywords: Dying; Home Care; Nursing and family. 1 INTRODUCTION the domiciliary assistance (AD) understands a gamma of services carried through in the domicile, destined to the therapeutical support of the patient, that go since personal cares of its daily activities (close hygiene, feeding, bath, locomotion and clothes), cares with its medication, scabs and ostomias, accomplishment of dressings, until the use of high hospital technology as enteral/parenteral nutrition, dialysis, transfusion of hemoderivados, chemotherapy and antibioticoterapia, with medical service and of nursing 24 hours/day, and a palliative net of support for diagnosis, cares the patient terminals and other therapeutical measures.