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This authoritative, practical title will be invaluable to the increasing ...
This authoritative, practical title will be invaluable to the increasing numbers of doctors, senior and specialist nurses, and all those health professionals who deal with cancer patients in the hospital, at home or in a hospice.
The book contains predominantly color illustrations, with some black-and-white and two-color illustrations.
1 The principles of palliative care.
Balfour Mount, Geoffrey Hanks, Lorna McGoldrick.
2 The principles of control of cancer pain.
Marie Fallon, Geoffrey Hanks, Nathan Cherny.
3 Difficult pain.
Lesley Colvin, Karen Forbes, Marie Fallon.
4 Breathlessness, cough, and other respiratory problems.
Carol Davis, Gillian Percy.
5 Oral health in patients with advanced disease.
Jeremy Bagg, Andrew Davies.
6 Anorexia, cachexia, nutrition, and fatigue.
Kenneth Fearon, Matthew Barber.
7 Nausea and vomiting.
8 Constipation, diarrhoea, and intestinal obstruction.
Nigel Sykes, Carla Ripamonti, Eduardo Bruera, Debra Gordon.
9 Depression, anxiety, and confusion.
Stephen Falk, Colette Reid.
11 The last 48 hours.
12 Palliative care for children.
14 The carers.
Julia Addington-Hall, Amanda Ramirez.
15 Chronic non-malignant disease.
Marie Fallon, Joanna Chambers, Francis Dunn, Raymond Voltz, Gian Borasio, Rob George, Roger Woodruff.
16 Community palliative care.
18 Complementary therapies.
Michelle Kohn, Jane Maher.