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Introduction: Internal medicine programs are now required to integrate palliative care into teaching conferences, and palliative care content is already tested on the American Board of Internal Medicine examination. Previous research has focused on integration of palliative care into existing...
Background and Aim: Electrolyte abnormalities are common among patients with advanced cancer. Our aim was to estimate the prognostic significance of such abnormalities in a palliative care setting. Methods: A retrospective review of the medical records of inpatients with cancer referred to...
The publication of SUPPORT (Study to Understand Prognoses and Preferences for Outcomes and Risks of Treatments) in 1995 identified major problems with decision making near the end of life. Since that time, palliative care has developed as a specialty and end-of-life communication has evolved....
Background: The study of how the quality of pediatric end-of-life care varies across systems of health care delivery and financing is hampered by lack of methods to adjust for the probability of death in populations of ill children. Objective: To develop a prognostication models using...
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