This book guides clinicians through the management of common situations found in palliative medicine. Using patient case scenarios, it gives students and medical professionals an accessible, evidence-based entryway to gain the skills and knowledge needed to provide high quality palliative and end of life care to patients and their families.
This established and well-regarded Guide describes the management of patients with advanced disease. Its foundation is a clinical decision-making approach in which the patient's information guides the professional's approach to appropriate management
Specifically designed to enhance your knowledge and skills within generalist palliative care, this informative textbook, the development of which is backed by Macmillan Cancer Support, provides a comprehensive overview of the principle areas you may encounter whilst working with adult palliative and end-of-life patients, and their families.
Oral problems are a major cause of morbidity in patients with advanced disease. This book provides a comprehensive review of mouthcare in chronically and terminally ill patients. The scope is wide, covering not only cancer patients but also AIDS and stroke victims, and patients with a severe disability, providing a definitive reference source and practical accessible information.