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Chronic Illness is a thought provoking book. For the medical reader some of its ideas may be unfamiliar, and therefore beneficial, as the writers present a social and philosophical approach to illness. The condition of the one person affects the whole social family unit.
Chronic Illness and the Physician-Patient Relationship: A Response to the Hastings Center's "Ethical Challenges . The Impact of Social Representations of Ageing on the Elderly People’s Chronic Illness Experience in Latvia. Signe Mezinska - 2010 - Culture and Society 1 (1):29-41.
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Start by marking Chronic Illness: From Experience to Policy as Want to Read . Beginning with the person who is experiencing the chronic condition, they are able to weave an important blend of personal, social, and policy themes.
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Family, marriage, financial and moral consequences of the social experience of epilepsy support the conceptualization of chronic illness as possessing a social course
Family, marriage, financial and moral consequences of the social experience of epilepsy support the conceptualization of chronic illness as possessing a social course.
Stress Related to Chronic Illness and Disability. Most people consider the onset of a CID as a negative event (. for some, it is a time of psychological darkness ). Despite experiencing lesser trauma than what could have occurred, it may be difficult for individuals with CID (or their family and friends) to appreciate the fact that one is still alive, especially when life following some CID is so different from the life that was anticipated or imagined, and when that life requires alterations in personal habits, modes of functioning, and even.
Chronic illness: From experience to policy. This book uses a different definition: Persons are sick who cannot achieve their goals and purposes because of impairments of function from the molecular to the spiritual that they believe are in the province of medicine. Some impairment may be due to disease, but certainly not all. As the sick person has become the focus of medicine there have been repeated failed attempts to achieve both technologic and humanistic goals.
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Chronic critical illness is a disease state which affects intensive care patients who have survived an initial insult but remain dependent on intensive care for a protracted period, neither dying nor recovering. The most characteristic clinical feature is a prolonged requirement for mechanical ventilation. Other features include profound weakness associated with critical illness polyneuropathy and myopathy, increased susceptibility to infection, metabolic changes and hormonal changes