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Physicians have had relatively little formal training in pain management and palliative care. For this reason, a telephone consultation service was offered, the physicians’ palliative care pain hotline, that would allow physicians to call a toll-free number and, within 15 minutes, speak to a...
Spasticity and other muscle symptoms in the palliative care patient can contribute to suffering, significantly detracting from overall quality of life. Current therapy primarily includes use of centrally acting muscle relaxants, which are beneficial in treating some symptoms, but frequently have...
Research interviews with 12 patients at an inpatient, free-standing hospice in Sweden were analyzed, using a phenomenological hermeneutic approach, to show the effects of individual nursing care as experienced by the guests. The findings revealed that the effects of, and reactions to, nursing...
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