intensiv 2023; 31(04): 187-195
DOI: 10.1055/a-2069-7745
Palliative Care auf ITS

Palliative-Care-Konzepte für Patienten und Familien

Ralf Moritz
Friedemann Ostenrath

Jeder zehnte Mensch in Deutschland stirbt auf einer Intensivstation. In der Diskussion um Überversorgung am Lebensende gewinnen palliative Ansätze, die Selbstbestimmung und Lebensqualität in den Mittelpunkt stellen, an Bedeutung. Welche evidenzbasierten Interventionen für den Einsatz auf Intensivstationen geeignet und umsetzbar sind, haben die Autoren in ihrer Masterarbeit untersucht. Die wichtigsten Ergebnisse werden in diesem Beitrag zusammengefasst.

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