Un llamado al abordaje del dolor con piedad

Un llamado al abordaje del dolor con piedad

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Víctor Hugo Forero Supelano


Sin duda una de las intervenciones que más reclaman los pacientes hospitalizados es aquella que va dirigida a aliviar el dolor. El presente documento pretende dar algunas pautas propuestas por el doctor Víctor Hugo Forero en una excelente revisión que hizo acerca del tema para la Clínica Juan N. Corpas. A continuación, y con su permiso, trataremos de hacer una presentación diferente, que permita a nuestros lectores, pero en especial a nuestros estudiantes, enfrentar tal situación con más humanidad. El anhelo y la propuesta es que quienes lean este documento estén dispuestos a imponerse el lema de “Aliviar el dolor con piedad”. Como siempre, le hemos incorporado unas imágenes alusivas que creemos ayudan a consolidar los mensajes que pretendemos transmitir.

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Víctor Hugo Forero Supelano, Fundación Universitaria Juan N. Corpas.

MD. Familiar Integral. Magíster Epidemiología Clínica. Profesor Titular FUJNC.

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