Spirituality Believing in End Stage Diseases Such as; Genito-Urinary Cancers, Multiple Sclerosis, Recipients of Liver, Kidney or Heart Transplantations

  • Zahra Tolou_Ghamari
Keywords: Spirituality, Donors, Central Nervous System, Disease, Transplantation, God Compassionate


Background: Attention to spirituality could be a good way of communication, phenomenon and definitive evidence in order to commemoration of God compassionate. In such events praise of God compassionate could be a guide to recognize secret alternatives to healing approach connected to dissimilar phases of diseases. By considering in heart and compassionate performing, medical staffs are stimulated to follow therapy, management and advocates to save life and to relief others.
Objectives: The aim of this review was to bring the importance of attention to spirituality believing of patients by commemoration of God in events that pharmacotherapy or surgical attempts could not able to lead toward satisfied outcome.
Methods: 3830 patients with diagnosed neurologic disorders, 743 kidney recipients and 100 liver recipients were studied. The key words relevant to topic of study were searched through DOAJ, Google Scholar, Pubmed, and Web of Science.
Results: Health security and returning patients health have been the most significant subjects in the world of medicine and wellbeing for centuries. In addition to pharmacotherapy and surgical strategies for patients who suffer from the disease of central nervous system (CNS) or transplanted patients (kidney-liver) the role of moral and psychological theories as a framework for regulation of chronic illness behaviors seem to be important in the world of contemporary medicine. Interpretation to spirituality in patients who have not a good response to pharmacological or surgical treatment, appear to improve clinical outcome.
Conclusions: In addition to pharmacotherapy (as first approach of treatment) or surgical strategies (as second line of management), reminding attention to when I am ill, God cures me, established to be valuable; 1) for the families of brain death in terms of organ donation (donor), 2) transplanted organ for graft survival (recipients of heart, kidney and liver) and 3) in patients with CNS disease such as; Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), Huntington′s, Locked-in syndrome, Tourette′s and many other related disease. Finally remembrance of this sentence for patients or their family could be helpful; we all belong to God Enormous and we all will return to God Compassionate.

Review Article