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Depression and Anxiety in PEG Feeding
Religion and Theology
Pages 40 (10040 words)
Department of Operating Department Practice Cardiff University __________________________________________________ THE IMPLICATIONS OF DEPRESSION AND ANXIETY IN PERCUTANEOUS ENDOSCOPIC GASTROSTOMY (PEG) FEEDING: A DISCUSSION OF QUALITY OF LIFE, HEALTH CARE AND PATIENTS IN OPERATING PRACTICE Submitted by: … .
Expand a few lines… TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS 3 LIST OF FIGURES Abstract This dissertation is about the social and psychological impact, including anxiety and depressed moods, on people who are artificially fed via a tube based on percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy (PEG). The analysis is based on a framework that highlights two sides of sickness, “disease” underlying the placement of a feeding tube (biological malfunctions recorded as particular disease categories, e.g., cancer, neurological disorders, cardiac diseases, palsy) and the response to this by patients and their carers. This distinction between “disease” and “illness” provides a view of the social and psychological complexities involved. These are often overlooked when artificial feeding is adopted. The dissertation proceeds via a description of the literature search on PEG. The primary tools used in this search is the topical search (e.g., “socio-psychological impacts of PEG feeding”) on the internet and the exploration of various databases, such as Cinahl, PubMed, Medline, Cochrane and Google Scholar. The literature used refers to reports of “new” (i.e. past decade) findings. In a very few cases only, when outlining “illness responses” to “disease” and the ensuing person-oriented framework, a few basic sources pre-dating 2000, are drawn upon. ...
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