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Schwere und chronische Krankheiten

  • W. Geigges
  • C. Probst-Geigges

Zusammenfassung

Wir müssen von der Prämisse ausgehen, dass chronische Krankheit per definitionem nicht geheilt werden kann, dass das Streben nach Heilung im Gegenteil ein gefährlicher Mythos ist, der dem Patienten und dem Arzt schlechte Dienste erweist. Es lenkt ihre Aufmerksamkeit von kleinen, schrittweisen Veränderungen auch wenn sie die Krankheit nicht auf wundersame Weise heilen. Ziel sollte sein, Häufigkeit und Heftigkeit einer Verschlimmerung im Verlauf einer chronischen Krankheit möglichst zu reduzieren. (...) Die Familie wie auch der Patient müssen lernen, dieses Behandlungsziel zu akzeptieren (Kleinman 1988).

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