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Title: Use of hypnosis for the placement of a midline catheter in a patient at the end of life.
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Issue Date: 2020
Citation: Palliat Support Care.2020;(18)1:113-117
Abstract: The case of a non-oncological patient at the end of his life, admitted to a Palliative Care Unit (PCU), is presented. After a failed attempt to place a central venous catheter (CVC) and another placement of a peripherally inserted central catheter (PICC), the patient exhibited high anxiety regarding a midline catheter (MC) and refused its placement, even though this was necessary for the administration of intravenous drugs to control dyspnea and other complex symptoms that he presented. An intervention through clinical hypnosis for successful MC placement and symptom control is described. Through clinical hypnosis and interdisciplinary teamwork, it was possible to place a MC, necessary for symptomatic control of a complex patient. This case exemplifies hypnosis as a simple procedure that is easy to apply, accepted by the patient, and effective in the implementation of invasive procedures and symptom control in PCUs.
PMID: 31439075
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12530/56170
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