Palliative Management through End-of-Life Counselling

The common psychotic symptoms observed in dying patients include overwhelming fear and anxiety, delirium, and depression. Individuals might also exhibit suicidal ideation due to low physical performance, worsening physical symptoms, and losing control of the symptoms. Professionals use different interventions in palliative care, including pharmacologic agents, patient and family education, and psychotherapy to improve psychotic symptoms.

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