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Non-curative surgery for patients with gastric cancer with local peritoneal metastasis: A retrospective cohort study.

Related Articles Non-curative surgery for patients with gastric cancer with local peritoneal metastasis: A retrospective cohort study. Medicine (Baltimore). 2016 Dec;95(49):e5607 Authors: Dong Y, Ma S, Yang S, Luo F, Wang Z, Guo F Abstract The role of non-curative surgery for patients with M1 gastric cancer (GC) is controversial. This study aimed to evaluate the efficacy of non-curative resectional surgery for patients with GC with local peritoneal metastasis.We reviewed the medical records of 47 patients with GC with local peritoneal metastasis, which was found by laparotomy or laparoscopy. The patients were divided into 2 groups: those who underwent gastric resection…
Origen: Non-curative surgery for patients with gastric cancer with local peritoneal metastasis: A retrospective cohort study. – PubMed

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[The palliative patient as an emergency patient: A model for decision making in life-threatening situations using 4 case reports].

Related Articles [The palliative patient as an emergency patient: A model for decision making in life-threatening situations using 4 case reports]. Med Klin Intensivmed Notfmed. 2015 May;110(4):278-86 Authors: Trzeczak S Abstract BACKGROUND: Increasingly more patients reaching our hospitals as an emergency are chronically ill or are in advanced stages of infaust, e.g., malignant, diseases. On the other hand, the treatment options for malignant diseases are improving. In an emergency, a decision must be made between life-sustaining treatment (in the context of a potentially poor prognosis) versus palliation. DEVELOPMENT OF A DECISION-MAKING MODEL: The current literature about this topic is heterogeneous.…
Origen: [The palliative patient as an emergency patient: A model for decision making in life-threatening situations using 4 case reports]. – PubMed

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Palliative Care in Heart Failure.

Related Articles Palliative Care in Heart Failure. Crit Care Nurs Clin North Am. 2015 Dec;27(4):577-87 Authors: Hupcey JE, Kitko L, Alonso W Abstract The number of patients with heart failure is growing; the associated morbidity and mortality remains dismal. Advance care planning, end-of-life conversations, and palliative care referrals are appropriate, but do not occur regularly. Palliative care focuses on patients and families from diagnosis, to hospice, death, and bereavement. It is delivered as basic palliative care by all providers and by specialty-certified palliative care specialists. Nurses are well-positioned to provide basic. Nurses are also instrumental in initiating referrals to the…
Origen: Palliative Care in Heart Failure. – PubMed

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Evaluating a Human Rights-Based Advocacy Approach to Expanding Access to Pain Medicines and Palliative Care: Global Advocacy and Case Studies from India, Kenya, and Ukraine.

Related Articles Evaluating a Human Rights-Based Advocacy Approach to Expanding Access to Pain Medicines and Palliative Care: Global Advocacy and Case Studies from India, Kenya, and Ukraine. Health Hum Rights. 2015 Dec 10;17(2):149-65 Authors: Lohman D, Amon JJ Abstract Palliative care has been defined as care that is person-centered and attentive to physical symptoms and psychological, social, and existential distress in patients with severe or life-threatening illness. The identification of access to palliative care and pain treatment as a human rights issue first emerged among palliative care advocates, physicians, and lawyers in the 1990s, with a basis in the right…
Origen: Evaluating a Human Rights-Based Advocacy Approach to Expanding Access to Pain Medicines and Palliative Care: Global Advocacy and Case Studies from India, Kenya, and Ukraine. – PubMed

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125I brachytherapy in the palliation of painful bone metastases from lung cancer after failure or rejection of conventional treatments.

Related Articles 125I brachytherapy in the palliation of painful bone metastases from lung cancer after failure or rejection of conventional treatments. Oncotarget. 2016 Apr 05;7(14):18384-93 Authors: Xiang Z, Mo Z, Li G, Gilani S, Zhong Z, Zhang T, Zhang F, Gao F Abstract PURPOSE: This study sought to assess the safety and effect of 125I seed implantation for palliation of painful bone metastases from lung cancer after failure or rejection of conventional treatments. MATERIALS AND METHODS: 89 patients with painful bone metastases secondary to lung cancer were consented and enrolled in this study from June 2013 to May 2015. All…
Origen: 125I brachytherapy in the palliation of painful bone metastases from lung cancer after failure or rejection of conventional treatments. – PubMed

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