Characteristics of approach to the treatment of chronic pain in terminal cancer patients

  • Authors: Nevzorova DV1,2, Ibragimov AN1,3, Bakunina EA1
  • Affiliations:
    1. V.V.Millionschikova First Moscow Hospice of the Department of Health of Moscow
    2. I.M.Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation
    3. People’s Friendship University of Russia
  • Issue: Vol 18, No 5 (2016)
  • Pages: 39-40
  • Section: Articles
  • URL: https://modernonco.orscience.ru/1815-1434/article/view/27113
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Abstract


The main purpose of the trail was to evaluate the number of oncological patients experiencing from moderate to severe chronic pain observed by the First Moscow Hospice in 2015. Of 1157 patients who were observed by the hospice ambulance service, 53.6% received opioids as pain killers in severe to moderate pain when second grade medicines were proved to be ineffective. It should be note that 735 of 1157 patients were admitted to the hospice to continue their treatment as inpatients due to various factors. It’s shown that there is an influence of religious, cultural, social, educational, political, geographical, legal and logistical reasons on inadequate assessment and management of pain in acute as well as in chronic period in Russia.

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D V Nevzorova

V.V.Millionschikova First Moscow Hospice of the Department of Health of Moscow; I.M.Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation

Email: gyn_nevzorova@mail.ru
119048, Russian Federation, Moscow, ul. Dovatora, d. 10; 119991, Russian Federation, Moscow, ul. Trubetskaia, d. 8, str. 2

A N Ibragimov

V.V.Millionschikova First Moscow Hospice of the Department of Health of Moscow; People’s Friendship University of Russia

119048, Russian Federation, Moscow, ul. Dovatora, d. 10; 117198, Russian Federation, Moscow, ul. Miklukho-Maklaia, d. 8, korp. 1

E A Bakunina

V.V.Millionschikova First Moscow Hospice of the Department of Health of Moscow

119048, Russian Federation, Moscow, ul. Dovatora, d. 10

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