alexa Managing end-of-life symptoms


Journal of Palliative Care & Medicine

Author(s): Yvonne DArcy

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As death approaches, many patients with chronic illnesses experience uncomfortable signs and symptoms. For those in heart failure, for instance, dyspnea from fluid retention may cause agony. For cancer patients, pain may predominate. Other common end-of-life (EOL) symptoms include agitation and delirium, anxiety, fatigue, weakness, constipation, nausea, and vomiting.

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This article was published in Official Journal of ANA (American Nurse Today) and referenced in Journal of Palliative Care & Medicine

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