End-of-Life Care

End-of-life care is a specialized form of healthcare provided to individuals who are approaching the final stages of their life due to a terminal illness or advanced age. The primary objective of end-of-life care is to ensure that patients experience a dignified and comfortable transition, focusing on maintaining their quality of life and managing pain and symptoms. This type of care also includes emotional and psychological support for both the patient and their family, helping them navigate the complexities and challenges of this sensitive phase. End-of-life care involves open communication about the patient's wishes and preferences, as well as facilitating discussions about advance directives and any medical decisions that need to be made. Ultimately, the goal is to honor the patient's autonomy and values while providing a compassionate and caring environment.

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