The first truly interdisciplinary book on supportive oncology and palliative care returns with a new edition that serves as a practical guide to the management of the myriad symptoms and quality-of-life issues that occur in patients with canceraincluding newly diagnosed patients, patients undergoing treatment, cancer survivors, and patients whose disease is no longer curable. The interdisciplinary group of contributors includes leading experts in hospice care and palliative medicine, oncology, nursing, neurology, psychiatry, anesthesiology, and pharmacology. This completely revised edition features new chapters on caregiver stress, hepatic failure, pulmonary failure, research issues in palliative care, and beginning a palliative care program. Content has been aligned with the needs of today's palliative care fellowship programs and includes additional tables, algorithms, and flow charts.Werner R. A massage therapista#39;s guide to pathology. Philadelphia, PA: ... Philadelphia, PA; Lippincott Williams aamp; Wilkins, 1998:697a743. 9. ... Korr IM. Somatic dysfunction, osteopathic manipulative treatment, and the nervous system : a few facts, some theories, many questions. ... Winningham ML, Nail L, Barton- Burke M, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Principles and Practice of Palliative Care and Supportive Oncology|
|Author||:||Ann M. Berger, John L. Shuster, Jamie H. Von Roenn|
|Publisher||:||Lippincott Williams & Wilkins - 2007|