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A way to understand 'covid-19 frustration' and useful recommendations related to palliative care. (English)

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      O modalitate de a în?elege „frustrarea covid-19" și recomandările utile legate de îngrijirea paliativă. (Romanian)
    • Abstract:
      The world is controllable as mankind believes, which is demonstrated when a pandemic occurs. The German sociologist Rosa describes that the desire of controllability hinders people to accept the unexpected. Health care professionals are more familiar with the unexpected, but the idea of controllability may cause frustration and anger in such cases. Care for patients in the Covid-19 pandemic indeed causes frustration. Therefore recommendations how to act may be useful, even if they seem to be 'well-known'. BMJ has published such recommendations. Some of these are more specific for palliative care patients with severe covid-19. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
    • Abstract:
      Lumea este controlabilă așa cum crede omenirea, lucru demonstrat atunci când apare o pandemie. Sociologul german Rosa descrie că dorinșa controlabilitășii îi împiedică pe oameni să accepte imprevizibilul. Profesioniștii din domeniul sănătășii sunt mai familiarizași cu imprevizibilul, dar ideea controlabilitășii poate provoca fru strare și furie în astfel de cazuri. Îngrijirea pacienșilor în pandemia Covid-19 provoacă într-adevăr frustrare. Prin urmare, recomandările pentru a acșiona pot fi utile, chiar dacă acestea par a fi „bine cunoscute". BMJ a publicat astfel de recomandări. Unele dint re acestea sunt mai specifice pentru pacienșii cu forma de covid-19 severă care au nevoie de îngrijire paliativă. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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