Symptoms and medication management in the end of life phase of high-grade glioma patients – Online First – Springer

Disease-specific symptoms are the main concern in EOL care for HGG patients. Somnolence and dysphagia may hamper the regular oral administration of drugs, and particularly AEDs, during the EOL phase. High symptom frequency at 1 week before death negatively affects patient’s perceived QOC.

via Symptoms and medication management in the end of life phase of high-grade glioma patients – Online First – Springer.

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