THE OBJECTIFICATION OF STRATEGIES OF PALLIATIVE CARE OF PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC DISEASES IN THE CONTEXT OF REGIONAL MODEL
The prevention of medicalization and objectification of strategies of palliative care of patients with chronic diseases are one of important tasks of development of regional model of palliative care. The strategies of palliative care are considered in the context of quality of life of patients with diseases of blood circulation system. The indicator of quality of life determined according the WHO questionnaire "Life Quality-100" is a multifactorial criterion of evaluation of condition of patients in case of diseases of blood circulation system. The results of study proved that disease results in alterations of indices of quality of life in "physical" sphere and "level of independence» sphere determine tendencies in rehabilitation direction of palliative care in case of diseases of blood circulation system at non-terminal stage. The evaluation of indicator of quality of life permits to objectify strategies of palliative care of this category of patients.
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