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Medicine & Health Sciences
  • Author:
    John K. Lattimer
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    0398047294
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    978-0398047290
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    Charles C Thomas Pub Ltd (January 1, 1983)
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    236 pages
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    Medicine & Health Sciences
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Urology and Psychosocial Aspects of Chronic, Critical, and Terminal Illness.

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As with many chronic illnesses, fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue often . This chapter is organized around the critical problems in the area of family adaptation to childhood disability and illness.

As with many chronic illnesses, fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue often result in a host of negative emotions including, anger, stress, fear, and depression. We contend that learning to become more forgiving may be a complementary treatment to cope with the ongoing stress, frustration, and negative emotions that result from these two conditions. September 2006 · Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings.

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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

Psychosocial issues are an understudied yet important concern in the overall health of hemodialysis (HD) patients. Stress is a concomitant of chronic illness and its treatment, and may have meaningful influences on psychological and medical outcomes

Psychosocial issues are an understudied yet important concern in the overall health of hemodialysis (HD) patients. Stress is a concomitant of chronic illness and its treatment, and may have meaningful influences on psychological and medical outcomes.

It is argued that the adoption of a new conceptualization of sexual health would provide a framework for addressing this concern. This argument is developed through critique of current evidence and supported by further relevant arguments from within health and disability fields

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Stress Related to Chronic Illness and Disability. The literature on coping with chronic illness and disability (CID) has grown exponentially during the past 40 years. Most people consider the onset of a CID as a negative event (. for some, it is a time of psychological darkness ). This is evident not only by individuals’ reactions (. anxiety, anger, depression) when a CID occurs, but also by the reactions (. frustration, anxiety, confusion, avoidance) of family members and friends.

First, chronic illnesses are grouped according to key biological similarities . The time phases (crisis, chronic, and terminal) can be considered broad developmental periods in the natural history of chronic disease.

First, chronic illnesses are grouped according to key biological similarities and differences that dictate significantly distinct, psychosocial demands for the ill individual and his or her family. Second, the prime developmental time phases in the natural evolution of chronic disease are identified. To capture the core psychosocial themes in the natural history of chronic disease, three major phases can be described: crisis, chronic, and terminal. Each period has certain basic tasks independent of the type of illness.