The care team informed Dolphin from Mannheim fears and pain accompany most people, whose refrain is, the end of life. Most patients with severe and incurable disease, whose healing views is excluded, therefore looking as possible to spend as much time at home in familiar surroundings. An understandable desire given the stressful situation. A palliative care must be done not necessarily stationary, it can be performed also as an outpatient. Outpatient palliative care the care service inform Dolphin from Mannheim. Palliative care allows decent living up to the last day of palliative care is a comprehensive and holistic care of patients who are at a stage that allows no curative treatment. You include, for example, the treatment of pain, psychological problems and as pastoral aspects.
Wherever possible, are also members of the patients involved and supported. It is the central task of the palliative care the patient and his family during the remaining time to secure the greatest possible independence and best possible quality of life. Human proximity to the patients and the family plays a central role, because especially in this stressful time, is this a valuable support. Highly qualified staff treats and relieves the numerous physical ailments of the seriously ill patients in the first place. This is done at home, in which the patient feels most comfortable and secure. An outpatient care services provides a palliative nursing and palliative care around the clock, so that the end of life is accompanied by a highest possible quality of life. For detailed information about all services of the care services available Dolphin from Mannheim anytime. Press contact care team Dolphin contact person: Sabine Bartsch under troubles Lau Road 79 68169 Mannheim phone: 0621 43728211 fax: 0621 43728212 mobile: 0163 6227692 E-Mail: Homepage: