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Palliative medicine : a case-based manual

Author: Neil MacDonald; Marcel Boisvert; Deborah Dudgeon; Neil Hagen
Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2005.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2nd edView all editions and formats
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"The second edition of Palliative Medicine - a case-based manual combines the personal experience of physicians with the collective wisdom of colleagues, integrating their clinical acumen and research findings in chapters considering the major problems in palliative care. The book uses a series of cases to illustrate critical points in palliative medicine. The case studies have been carefully chosen to reflect real  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Case Reports
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Neil MacDonald; Marcel Boisvert; Deborah Dudgeon; Neil Hagen
ISBN: 9780198528326 0198528329
OCLC Number: 60418028
Description: xvii, 421 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: 1. Communication in advanced illness / Balfour M. Mount --
2. Managing pain in palliative patients / Mike Harlos and Leah MacDonald --
3. Neuropathic pain / Dwight Moulin --
4. Bone pain / Susan MacDonald and Jennifer Hall --
5. Visceral pain / Raymond Viola and Pippa Hall --
6. Neurological effects : opioids / Sharon Watanabe and Yoko Tarumi --
7. Anorexia-cachexia syndrome / Paul Walker and Eduardo Bruera --
8. Fatigue / Paul Walker and Eduardo Bruera --
9. Anxiety and depression / Kurt Skakum and Harvey Max Chochinov --
10. Grief / S. Lawrence Librach and Michele Chaban --
11. Sleep / Srini Chary --
12. Dyspnoea / Deborah Dudgeon --
13. Cough / Natalie Whiting --
14. AIDS / Daphne Lobb, Jacqueline Fraser, Millie Cumming and Sharon Duncan --
15. Endstage renal disease and discontinuation of dialysis / Susan Chater, Tom Hutchinson and John F. Seely --
16. Cardiac disease / Romayne Gallagher --
17. Nausea and vomiting / Ingrid de Kock --
18. Constipation / Paul Daeninck and Garnet Crawford --
19. Malignant bowel obstruction / S. Lawrence Librach, A. Nina Horvath and E. Anne Langlois --
20. Spiritual care / Balfour M. Mount --
21. approach to ethical issues / Elizabeth Latimer and Pauline Lesage --
22. Ethics in palliative care research / David J. Roy --
23. When palliative care involves children : talking with the child as a family member, and as a patient, pain and symptoms highlights / Gerri Frager and Kim Blake --
24. Cognitive impairment / Peter G. Lawlor, Bruno Gagnon and Wilma Falconer --
25. Dehydration / Robin Fainsinger --
26. Mouth care / Dominique Dion and Bernard Lapointe --
27. Malignant wounds and pressure ulcers / Valerie Nocent Schulz --
28. Lymphoedema / Anna Towers --
29. Genitourinary symptoms / Michael Downing --
30. Home care of dying patients / Anna Wreath Taube --
31. 'I found this on the Internet' : palliative care in the information age / Jose Pereira and Alejandro R. Jadad.
Responsibility: edited by Neil MacDonald [and others].
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Includes material on non-malignant disease, which is an integral part of palliative care. This book distinguishes between evidence-based practice and common practice which has yet to be verified by  Read more...

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