PALLIATIVE CARE MANAGEMENT! NURSING CARE! COMPASSION! EMPATHY AND DEVOTION
We are Specialist in Critical Care Nursing. We care for everyone both infirm and sound mind alike. However, some of us who are critically ill will have our undivided attention. We provide ample time for care and take that extra mile to achieve a common goal of happiness and satisfaction with our clients. The type and nature of care we deliver mean a lot to us, we are responsible for our actions. As a result, we joyfully provide care with ease and steady.
THE STANDARD OF CARE THAT WE DELIVER SPEAKS FOR US
In the community, General Practitioner (GP) will arrange for palliative care nurses to provide you with the nursing care that is required. Also, If admitted to a hospital intensive care unit, the intensive care nurses will provide you with the best nursing care.
DO YOU NEED A PRIVATE DUTY NURSE?
Saint Alexandra Healthcare Nurses will support you all the way to ensure that you receive the best care. Similarly, we will manage your pain, activities of daily living and at distressing moments. We will offer support for psychological being and social needs.
Your family members will be supported, and we will work, hand in hand with you and your family. As a result, the client receives the best nursing care.
The care plan set up by your medical doctor is what we follow, to ensure you receive the right medication and treatment. Nursing Care is devoted and deliver in a friendly manner.
Palliative care from chronic diseases point of view involves end-stage renal failure, advanced respiratory diseases, any Cancer not (benign cancer). And chronic heart diseases, neurological dysfunction to mention a few. These group of patients may still have active treatments, and possible resuscitation status (CPR), compared to a terminal disease, where treatment is a seal or withdrawn and bears "Do Not Resuscitate" (DNR) status.
There is a home care package in the community, speak to your local GP, and this package can also be arranged for you while admitted at the hospital.
Palliative care cannot immediately be deemed to be the end of life. Palliative care means a "chronic life-limiting illness". The illness can progress to become terminal and therefore will need end of life care, for how long? Nobody knows for sure.
You can have palliative care while having treatments — treatment at the hospital or in the community. Palliative care helps individuals to cope with aggressive treatments by getting pain, anxiety, depression and stress under control and helps to fight the disease in question. Palliative care gives time for discussions, plans, just in the event of the illness becoming terminal and leading to end of life.
We Are Here To Help At Every Step
Many people have achieved positive results from modern day medicine and go on to live a decent longer life. And the reasonable quality of life, despite going through a chronic illness phase.
Chronic Illness That Decreases The Quality of Life
Consult your doctor at the earliest possible time. Once you recognise any abnormal signs in your health. And you have strange feelings even when unsure, consult your doctor for clarification. Initial consultation leads to early intervention and a better outcome. Don't leave it too late. Keep safe!