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Voices that matter: end-of-life care in two acute hospitals from the perspective of bereaved relatives.

Related Articles Voices that matter: end-of-life care in two acute hospitals from the perspective of bereaved relatives. BMC Palliat Care. 2018 Oct 19;17(1):117 Authors: Donnelly S, Prizeman G, Coimín DÓ, Korn B, Hynes G Abstract BACKGROUND: End-of-life care (EoLC) is an experience that touches the lives of everyone. Dying in an acute hospital is a common occurrence in developed countries across the world. Previous studies have shown that there is wide variation in EoLC and at times is experienced as being of poor quality. Assessing and measuring the quality of care provided is a key component of all healthcare systems.…
Origen: Voices that matter: end-of-life care in two acute hospitals from the perspective of bereaved relatives. – PubMed

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Singing and Vocal Interventions in Palliative and Cancer Care: Music Therapists' Perceptions of Usage.

Related Articles Singing and Vocal Interventions in Palliative and Cancer Care: Music Therapists’ Perceptions of Usage. J Music Ther. 2017 Nov 01;54(3):336-361 Authors: Clements-Cortés A Abstract Background: Music therapists in palliative and cancer care settings often use singing and vocal interventions. Although benefits for these interventions are emerging, more information is needed on what type of singing interventions are being used by credentialed music therapists, and what goal areas are being addressed. Objective: To assess music therapists’ perceptions on how they use singing and vocal interventions in palliative and cancer care environments. Method: Eighty credentialed music therapists from Canada and…
Origen: Singing and Vocal Interventions in Palliative and Cancer Care: Music Therapists' Perceptions of Usage. – PubMed

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Pressurized Intraperitoneal Aerosol Chemotherapy (PIPAC) through a single port: alternative delivery for the control of peritoneal metastases.

Related Articles Pressurized Intraperitoneal Aerosol Chemotherapy (PIPAC) through a single port: alternative delivery for the control of peritoneal metastases. Rev Col Bras Cir. 2018 Aug 20;45(4):e1909 Authors: Seitenfus R, Kalil AN, de-Barros ED, Fedrizzi G Abstract Peritoneal carcinomatosis is the natural course of gastrointestinal, gynecologic, and primary peritoneal neoplasms. In recent years, our understanding of carcinomatosis has changed; it is no longer considered a disseminated condition, but rather a disease confined to the peritoneum. Thus, the combination of cytoreductive surgery and intraperitoneal chemotherapy has become the cornerstone of control of peritoneal metastases. Traditionally, intraperitoneal chemotherapy is delivered in the form…
Origen: Pressurized Intraperitoneal Aerosol Chemotherapy (PIPAC) through a single port: alternative delivery for the control of peritoneal metastases. – PubMed

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Patient-Related Determinants of the Administration of Continuous Palliative Sedation in Hospices and Palliative Care Units: A Prospective, Multicenter, Observational Study.

Related Articles Patient-Related Determinants of the Administration of Continuous Palliative Sedation in Hospices and Palliative Care Units: A Prospective, Multicenter, Observational Study. J Pain Symptom Manage. 2016 May;51(5):882-9 Authors: van Deijck RH, Hasselaar JG, Verhagen SC, Vissers KC, Koopmans RT Abstract CONTEXT: Knowledge of determinants that are associated with the administration of continuous palliative sedation (CPS) helps physicians identify patients who are at risk of developing refractory symptoms, thereby enabling proactive care planning. OBJECTIVES: This study aims to explore which patient-related factors at admission are associated with receiving CPS later in the terminal phase of life. METHODS: A prospective multicenter…
Origen: Patient-Related Determinants of the Administration of Continuous Palliative Sedation in Hospices and Palliative Care Units: A Prospective, Multicenter, Observational Study. – PubMed

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Trophic factors in the treatment and prevention of alimentary tract mucositis.

Related Articles Trophic factors in the treatment and prevention of alimentary tract mucositis. Curr Opin Support Palliat Care. 2018 06;12(2):181-186 Authors: Rathe M, Shen RL, Sangild PT Abstract PURPOSE OF REVIEW: Mucositis is a common adverse effect of cytotoxic anticancer treatment with serious implications for the quality of life, morbidity and mortality of cancers patients. Although, evidence supporting the use of certain treatments exists there is no gold standard for preventing or treating mucositis. Current management strategies are scarce with recommendations referring primarily to specific cytotoxic treatment regimens in certain clinical scenarios. RECENT FINDINGS: Trophic factors may contribute to preserve…
Origen: Trophic factors in the treatment and prevention of alimentary tract mucositis. – PubMed

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