Adult hospice and palliative care patients with hyperactive delirium symptoms who were given risperidone or haloperidol had greater delirium symptoms at 72 hours than those given placebo.
Although the prevalence of high-grade, aggressive non-Hodgkin lymphoma increases with age, survival outcomes for older patients are disproportionately inferior to those for younger patients.
Although the prevalence of high-grade, aggressive non-Hodgkin lymphoma increases with age, survival outcomes for older patients are disproportionately inferior to those for younger patients.
Adult hospice and palliative care patients with hyperactive delirium symptoms who were given risperidone or haloperidol had greater delirium symptoms at 72 hours than those given placebo.
Advance care planning (ACP) continues to be a vital part of comprehensive, patient-centered cancer care, but barriers to uptake and implementation remain.
At the 2016 Palliative Care in Oncology Symposium, the message was clear and emphatic: caregivers should be viewed as both co-deliverers and co-recipients of healthcare services.

Aggressive end-of-life care for patients with terminal cancer and other illnesses is costly and not recommended.

Early intervention utilizing a team approach is important to successful palliative care, agreed a multidisciplinary panel convened at the National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) 21st Annual Conference.
Boston, MA-Family- and patient-related factors were identified as the most significant barriers to early end-of-life discussions, as well as to the timely discontinuation of cancer-directed therapies in the palliative setting, according to the results of a multicenter survey of oncologists in Ontario, Canada.
Boston, MA-In the keynote lecture at the recent Palliative Care in Oncology Symposium, Howard L. McLeod, PharmD, discussed advances in personalized medicine as they relate to palliative care, as well as the challenges that remain within the realm of cancer care.
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