Onco-critical Care

Onco-critical Care An Evidence-based Approach-1

Vinod Kumar • Nishkarsh Gupta Seema Mishra Editors 2022 Critical care in cancer patients is complex and different from routine care for non-malignant patients. These patients are immunocompromised, malnourished and have specific concerns due to cancer-related complications, treatment-related toxicities, and severe infections. The intensivist must understand about pathophysiology, diagnosis, and management of common cancer-related issues.

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Euthanasia: Searching for the Full Story

Euthanasia-1

Timothy Devos Editor 2021 Experiences and Insights of Belgian Doctors and Nurses As the title of this book, Searching for the Full Story, indicates, the full story that needs to be told and taken into account in deciding whether to legalize euthanasia is not being told. There are two sides to the euthanasia debate, but, in post-modern Western […]

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С ЧЕГО НАЧАТЬ: РУКОВОДСТВО И ПРЕДЛОЖЕНИЯ ДЛЯ ПЛАНИРУЮЩИХ ОРГАНИЗАЦИЮ ХОСПИСА ИЛИ СЛУЖБЫ ПАЛЛИАТИВНОЙ ПОМОЩИ

Derek-Doyl book-1

ДЕРЕК ДОЙЛ 2017 Простой вопрос из заголовка книги Дерека Дойла («С чего начать развитие хосписного дела?») впервые прозвучал в на- шей стране в начале девяностых. Невероятную убежденность наших основоположников в шансах на успех можно описать известной толстовской фразой: «Чтобы поверить в добро, надо начать делать его». Cегодня движению за паллиативную помощь в нашей стране более двадцати лет.

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Oxford Handbook of Palliative Care

Oxford Handook of Palliative Care 2nd Ed-1

Max Watson Caroline Lucas Andrew Hoy Jo Wells 2009 The first edition of the Oxford Handbook of Palliative Care has been warmly received. We have been encouraged by colleagues to make the material presented here more relevant to non-medical readers. We therefore welcome to our team, Jo Wells, who is a nurse consultant in palliative care.

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