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This text enables physicians to decide when their patients need end of life care, defining the necessary components of end of life care, and helping physicians understand the different ways that end of life car e may be provided in the United States. The book explores each topic f rom the point of view of the physician as well as from the perspective of the patient, the family, and other health care disciplines involve d (nurse, social worker, chaplain). Sections on ethical controversies and special groups (HIV patients and ...

20 Common Problems: End-Of-Life Care 2001, McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780070348837

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