Description of Continuous Palliative Sedation Practices in a Large Health Region and Comparison with Clinical Practice Guidelines.

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Summary of "Description of Continuous Palliative Sedation Practices in a Large Health Region and Comparison with Clinical Practice Guidelines."

Published reports of continuous palliative sedation therapy (CPST) suggest heterogeneity in practice. There is a paucity of reports that compare practice with clinical guidelines.


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Name: Journal of palliative medicine
ISSN: 1557-7740


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