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Graded balloon atrial septostomy for palliation of congenital pulmonary hypertension in a dog: A case report.

Related Articles Graded balloon atrial septostomy for palliation of congenital pulmonary hypertension in a dog: A case report. J Vet Intern Med. 2020 Jan;34(1):283-288 Authors: Allen J, Peterson N, Barrett K, Llamas A Abstract CASE DESCRIPTION: A 6-month-old intact female Maltese dog was presented for acute onset of syncope. CLINICAL FINDINGS: The dog was presented for collapse upon excitement and exercise. It collapsed at discharge and suffered cardiopulmonary arrest. Echocardiography after resuscitation indicated severe pulmonary hypertension without evidence of intracardiac or extracardiac shunting. A presumptive diagnosis of congenital pulmonary hypertension was made. TREATMENT AND OUTCOME: Initial treatment with sildenafil was…
Origen: Graded balloon atrial septostomy for palliation of congenital pulmonary hypertension in a dog: A case report. – PubMed

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Palliative Care Needs in Oncology, Cardiology, and Neurology Clinic Patients in the USA.

Related Articles Palliative Care Needs in Oncology, Cardiology, and Neurology Clinic Patients in the USA. J Gen Intern Med. 2019 07;34(7):1100-1102 Authors: Dudley N, Ritchie CS, Stijacic-Cenzer I, Lee SJ PMID: 30734190 [PubMed – indexed for MEDLINE]
Origen: Palliative Care Needs in Oncology, Cardiology, and Neurology Clinic Patients in the USA. – PubMed

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Provider decision regret-a useful method for analysis of palliative thoracic re-irradiation for lung cancer?

Related Articles Provider decision regret-a useful method for analysis of palliative thoracic re-irradiation for lung cancer? Strahlenther Onkol. 2020 Apr;196(4):315-324 Authors: Nieder C, Mannsåker B, Yobuta R, Haukland E Abstract BACKGROUND: The overall usefulness of palliative thoracic re-irradiation depends on the balance between efficacy, survival, and toxicity, and is difficult to judge from previous studies. In the absence of patient-reported data, we developed a method for provider decision regret that addresses the question «would we re-irradiate this patient again in light of the known outcome?» Furthermore, we analyzed different reasons for decision regret and defined a subgroup at increased risk. PATIENTS AND METHODS:…
Origen: Provider decision regret-a useful method for analysis of palliative thoracic re-irradiation for lung cancer? – PubMed

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A National, Palliative Care Competency Framework for Undergraduate Medical Curricula.

Related Articles A National, Palliative Care Competency Framework for Undergraduate Medical Curricula. Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2020 04 01;17(7): Authors: Pieters J, Dolmans DHJM, van den Beuken-van Everdingen MHJ, Warmenhoven FC, Westen JH, Verstegen DML Abstract As nearly all doctors deal with patients requiring palliative care, it is imperative that palliative care education starts early. This study aimed to validate a national, palliative care competency framework for undergraduate medical curricula. We conducted a Delphi study with five groups of stakeholders (palliative care experts, physicians, nurses, curriculum coordinators, and junior doctors), inviting them to rate a competency list. The…
Origen: A National, Palliative Care Competency Framework for Undergraduate Medical Curricula. – PubMed

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Advance care planning for patients with cancer in palliative care: A scoping review from a professional perspective.

Related Articles Advance care planning for patients with cancer in palliative care: A scoping review from a professional perspective. J Clin Nurs. 2020 Jul;29(13-14):2069-2082 Authors: Kuusisto A, Santavirta J, Saranto K, Korhonen P, Haavisto E Abstract AIMS AND OBJECTIVES: To describe advance care planning (ACP) for patients with cancer in palliative care from professionals’ perspective. BACKGROUND: The number of patients with cancer is increasing. Palliative care should be based on timely ACP so that patients receive the care they prefer. DESIGN: A scoping review. METHODS: A systematic literature search was conducted in January 2019. The Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic…
Origen: Advance care planning for patients with cancer in palliative care: A scoping review from a professional perspective. – PubMed

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