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;The beaded sphere and diversifications / Сферы из бисера и вариации КНИГИ ; ХОББИ и РЕМЕСЛА Автор: Judy Walker Название:The beaded sphere and adaptations / Сферы из бисера и вариации Издательство: Walker book Год: 2008 Страниц: 234 Формат: PDF Размер: 26 МбПолные указания для мастеров бисероплетения по созданию сферических украшений из бисера.
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It is beyond the scope of this book to write comprehensively about the benefits of complementary and alternative medicine in paediatric palliative care. Readers are referred to the website addresses after the References, which may be of help. In order to manage children’s pain, it is essential that a reliable assessment of their discomfort is used. Matching an appropriate assessment to the individual needs of life-limited children, who may be in the very early stages of communication, is extremely challenging.
The ACT/RCPCH (2003) document makes the following recommendations: · a named person in each district to monitor and coordinate services to families · Provision of flexible holistic palliative care services in each district · a Key Worker assigned to each family with a life-limited child · development and extension of paediatric community nursing services · provision of respite care, both in children’s hospices and in the community · education and professional development opportunities for professions allied to medicine · a network of tertiary consultants with specialisms in paediatric palliative care.
Despite the assessment of children’s pain using visual analogue scales, numerical scales and ‘face’ scales with non-impaired children, some groups of children remain vulnerable because they are unable to describe their pain. As recently as 1996, Cummings, Reid and Finley found that children in hospital were enduring unacceptable levels of pain in spite of the efforts of some professionals to dispel myths about childhood discomfort. Misunderstandings about childhood pain still abound, often centring on a belief concerning the incapacity of young children to feel pain and an uncertainty about a baby’s past memory of pain.