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50 Studies Every Palliative Doctor Should Know
50 Studies Every Palliative Doctor Should Know
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Author(s): Bruera, Eduardo
Hui, David
ISBN No.: 9780190658618
Pages: 344
Year: 201805
Format: Trade Paper
Price: £39.59
Dispatch delay: Dispatched between 7 to 15 days
Status: Available (Active record)

Section 1: Palliative CareChapter 1: Early Palliative Care for Patients with Metastatic Non-Small Cell Lung CancerNathan A. Gray and Thomas W. LeBlanc Chapter 2: Early Palliative Care for Patients with Advanced Cancer David HuiChapter 3: Nurse Led Palliative Care for Advanced Cancer PatientsEmily J. Martin and Eric J. RoelandChapter 4: Benefits of Early Palliative Care to Informal Family CaregiversEmily J. Martin and Eric J. RoelandChapter 5: The Optimal Delivery of Palliative CareEmily J. Martin and Eric J.


RoelandChapter 6: Availability and Integration of Palliative Care at US Cancer CentersPedro Pérez-Cruz and Alfredo Rodríguez-NúñezChapter 7: Cost Savings Associated with Palliative CareBreffni HannonChapter 8: Changes in the Last Months of LifeJaclyn Yoong and Fiona RunacresSection 2: Symptom Assessment and ManagementChapter 9: The Edmonton Symptom Assessment System (ESAS)Breffni HannonChapter 10: Reversibility of Delirium in Palliative CareTiffany Shaw and Eric PrommerChapter 11: Multi-Component Intervention to Prevent Delirium in Hospitalized Older PatientsPeter LawlorChapter 12: Haloperidol, Chlorpromazine, and Lorazepam for DeliriumAnna Cecilia Tenorio and Maxine de la CruzChapter 13: Decompressive Surgery for Malignant Spinal Cord CompressionEsmé Finlay and Diaa OsmanChapter 14: Opioid Rotation for Toxicity ReductionAnna Cecilia Tenorio and Akhila ReddyChapter 15: Duloxetine for Chemotherapy-Induced Peripheral NeuropathyRebecca Burke and Akhila ReddyChapter 16: Effects of morphine on dyspneaArif H. Kamal and Jason A. WebbChapter 17: Palliative Oxygen Versus Room Air for Refractory DyspneaJason A. Webb and Arif H. KamalChapter 18: Exercise for the management of cancer-related fatigue Lynn A. Flint and Eric WideraChapter 19: Reduction of Cancer-related Fatigue with Dexamethasone: a double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled trial in patients with advanced cancerChirag A. PatelChapter 20: Parenteral Hydration in Patients with Advanced CancerCarlos Eduardo Paiva and Bianca Sakamoto Ribeiro PaivaChapter 21: Enteral Tube Feeding Dysphagic Stroke PatientsFrancisco Loaiciga and Rony Dev Chapter 22: Feeding Tube and Survival Among Patients With Severe Cognitive ImpairmentClaudio AdileChapter 23: Parenteral nutrition in cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy Francisco Loaiciga and Rony DevChapter 24: Docusate and Sennosides for ConstipationShalini DalalChapter 25: Treatment of Opioid-Induced Constipation in Advanced IllnessDonna S. ZhukovskyChapter 26: Octreotide for Malignant Bowel ObstructionShalini DalalSection 3: Psychosocial Aspects of Care and CommunicationChapter 27: Prevalence of mood disorders in patients with cancerLinh NguyenChapter 28: Dignity therapy for patients near the end-of-lifeMarvin Omar Delgado-GuayChapter 29: Association between spirituality/religiosity and quality of end-of-life careMarvin Omar Delgado-GuayChapter 30: The Study to Understand Prognoses and Preferences for Outcomes and Risks of Treatments (SUPPORT)Nathan A.


Gray and Thomas W. LeBlanc Chapter 31: Doctors'' Prognostic Accuracy in Terminally Ill PatientsAnjali Desai and Andrew S. EpsteinChapter 32: Prognostic Disclosure to Patients with Advanced Cancer David HuiChapter 33: Expectations about Effects of Chemotherapy in Patients with Advanced CancerRajiv Agarwal and Andrew S. EpsteinChapter 34: Physician Message and Patient''s Perception of CompassionLynn A. Flint and Eric WideraSection 4: End of LifeChapter 35: Association between Advance Directives and Quality of End-of-Life CareDonna S. ZhukovskyChapter 36: Outcomes Associated with End-of-Life Discussions Masanori MoriChapter 37: End-of-Life Discussions and Aggressiveness of Care Received Near Death Lori Olson and Christian T. SinclairChapter 38: A Communication Intervention in the Intensive Care Unit Lori Olson and Christian T. SinclairChapter 39: Clinical Signs of Impending Death in Cancer Patients Masanori MoriChapter 40: Factors Considered Important at the End of LifeRavi B.


Parikh and Oreofe O. OdejideChapter 41: Quality End-of-Life Care: Patients'' PerspectivesJesse A. Soodalter and Yael SchenkerChapter 42: Family Perspectives on Aggressive End-of-Life CareRavi B. Parikh and Oreofe OdejideChapter 43: Family Perspectives on End-of-Life Care at the Last Place of CareEsmé Finlay and Erin FitzGeraldChapter 44: Liverpool Care Pathway for Hospitalized Cancer PatientsCarlos Eduardo Paiva and André Filipe Junqueira dos SantosChapter 45: Palliative Sedation Therapy and SurvivalJoseph ArthurChapter 46: What Patients and Families Want to Know About HospiceRegina Mackey and Kimberson TancoChapter 47: The Impact of Hospice on Mortality of Widowed SpousesKimberson Tanco and Regina MackeyChapter 48: Attitudes and Desires of Terminally Ill Patients Regarding Euthanasia and Physician-Assisted SuicideYu Jung KimChapter 49: Factors associated with Outcomes of Cardiopulmonary ResuscitationDutt Mehta and Eric PrommerChapter 50: Influence of Survival Probability on Preference for CPRChristian T. Sinclair and Allison E. Jordan.


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