非癌病患接受安寧共同照護結果之探討

Translated title of the contribution: The Study of Palliative Shared-care for Non-cancer Patients

葉修玎, 林佳靜

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Abstract

The main purposes of this study were to identify the hospice shared-care with non-cancer terminal patients, and to analyze how the related factors led to the outcomes of hospice shared-care. The non-cancer terminal patients were adopted in a hospital in the northern region of Taiwan, and there were 300 valid samples for this study from 2013 to 2016 by retrospective investigation. The collected data were analyzed by descriptive statistics, chi-square test of homogeneity and logistic regression analysis. The findings of this study were as follows. First, compared with the palliative shared-care with religious and spiritual care to patients' families and palliative shared-care with no religious and spiritual care, the patients with religious and spiritual care didn't prefer receiving emergency (p =.011), entering in intensive care unit (p =.014), and having endotracheal tube reversing after palliative shared-care (p =.007). Second, compared with the palliative shared-care with help on patients' trade-off nutritious and liquid intake and palliative shared-care with no help for patients, the patients with such help didn't prefer receiving emergency (p =.014), entering in intensive care unit (p =.015), and having endotracheal tube reversing after palliative shared-care (p =.001). Third, compared with the palliative shared-care with help on patients preparing for facing death and palliative shared-care with no help for patients, the patients with such help didn't prefer entering in intensive care unit (p =.004). Fourth, compared with the palliative shared-care with help on patients trade-off medicine intake and palliative shared-care with no help for patients, the patients with such help didn't prefer endotracheal tube reversing after palliative shared-care (p =.016). To conclude, the palliative shared-care with religious and spiritual care to patients' families and help on patients' trade-off nutritious and liquid intake could avoid the possibility of patients receiving unnecessary treatments or emergency after palliative shared-care.
Translated title of the contributionThe Study of Palliative Shared-care for Non-cancer Patients
Original languageTraditional Chinese
Pages (from-to)11-20
Number of pages10
Journal新臺北護理期刊
Volume21
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Mar 1 2019

Keywords

  • non-cancer
  • non-cancer patient
  • palliative shared-care

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