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Salus Symptom Management in Palliative Care

Patients sometimes experiencing various negative symptoms that are difficult to manage and associated with a life-threatening illness. Professional support makes it easier to manage symptoms, which, in turn, has a positive impact on independence and quality of life.
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Symptom Management Services Provided:

Symptom Management Services Provided:

  • Pain management prescriptions
  • Non-medical options used alongside medications to keep discomfort under control
  • Anticipatory medication protocol as a preventative measure for pain and discomfort
  • Nurse care management to oversee communication with your medical team

Salus palliative care symptom management in South Bay helps you to effectively cope with any symptoms you are facing as a result of your illness. With professional support, repeated emergency room visits and hospitalizations are often reduced, and your quality of life is enhanced.

Medications used to help manage your symptoms are carefully monitored by a licensed nurse and our medical director in consult with your primary care physician. Adjustments are made as necessary to ensure your comfort and safety.

Overall Salus did an excellent job. Would definitely recommend them as a professional/top notch care organization. By the way, the nurse was wonderful, she went way out of her way!

Anonymous Los Angeles November 7, 2022

All of the ladies were wonderful, especially the nurse, she’s a gem!

Anonymous Los Angeles November 2, 2022

Symptom Management FAQ's

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Each patient is unique. However, some of the most common symptoms palliative care nurses see in patients include: fatigue, joint pain, headaches, insomnia, muscle weakness and stomach distress. Whatever your specific pain points are, palliative care in South BaY will help you to more effectively and safely manage them and enjoy a higher quality of life.

Initially, some medications can create a feeling of fatigue. However, this is typically a more temporary side effect, and our nurse and medical director will work with your physician to adjust doses to minimize any negative effects, including fatigue.

Yes, our goal is to encourage your independence, and most medications can be administered by the patient. Our palliative care nurses will provide specific instructions and training to help make this possible.

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Advanced Care Planning

Advanced care planning involves making decisions about the care you will receive and any final wishes and goals. Reflecting on the things that are most important to you and understanding all options is essential as you make these important decisions

  • Social Work Case Management
  • Information Regarding Wills & Power of Attorney
  • Advanced Directive Planning
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Curative Care

Support in managing any distressing or uncomfortable side effects associated with a serious medical condition. Physical and emotional curative care enhances quality of life and often helps treatment to be more successful.

  • Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapy
  • Emotional Support
  • Comfort Care
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