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Trained volunteers are an essential component in the delivery of care to clients and families facing a terminal and/or life-threatening illness. As the needfor hospice care increases, so does the need to increase the number of volunteers available for visiting. Hospice of London, which is a...
The purpose of the present study was to assess retrospectively the state of hydration of terminal cancer patients in the last 48 hours of their lives, with or without IV fluid infusion and to correlate parameters of hydration with the state of consciousness (SOC). We studied the parameters of...
In the process of engaging in spiritual care of the terminally ill it occasionally happens that deeply religious patients use picturesque, sometimes discordant language to describe some matter of concern to them. These images on close scrutiny appear to be archetypal in nature, vehicles for the...
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