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Aims: To determine which symptoms experienced by patients admitted to a specialist palliative care unit are self-reported (SR) and which are only detected with systematic questioning (SQ). Methods: A retrospective chart review was performed of 50 patients. The admission proforma was reviewed to...
Introduction: Fatigue is one of the most frequent symptoms in patients with cancer. No adequate term in Spanish has been defined to describe the English concept of fatigue. Aim: To identify the most suitable Spanish words that define the concept of fatigue and to check psychometric...
Background: Physicians play a key role in the provision of quality end-of-life (EOL) care but often lack requisite knowledge and skills. Residency programs must ensure training in palliative/EOL care to address this gap. Objective: To guide the development of curricula, we assessed internal...
Background: Fatigue is a common symptom that lowers the quality of life of patients with cancer, affecting between 60% and 90% of patients. Relatively few options are available for the treatment of this debilitating condition. Modafinil, a psychostimulant developed for the treatment of...
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