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Bedside Teaching of Relaxation Technique for Terminal Cancer Patients Treated with Radiation Therapy

Kim SW, Chun M, Kim HS

Radiation therapy is an effective modality to alleviate cancer-related symptoms. To deliver radiation accurately, it is essential to secure stability of the treatment position in patients during each treatment time....
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Factors Associated with Ketamine Use in Pancreatic Cancer Patient in a Single Hospice Center

Kwon KM, Lee YJ, Choi CJ, Kim CM, Yoon JH, Kim MH

PURPOSE: Up to 90% of pancreatic cancer patients suffer from neuropathic pain. In a palliative care setting, pain control in pancreatic cancer patient is one of the major goals. Ketamine...
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Development of Audio-visual Aids of Death Education for Hospice Patients and Their Families

Seo MS, Kang YJ, Yoon JY, Kim TY, Cho HJ, Park SY, Lee SY, Jang JH, Kim YJ, Kang MT

PURPOSE: Patients and their caretakers need to understand various problems and requirements in the dying process so that they may prepare for death for the rest of their remaining life....
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Factors Affecting Research Participation of Bereaved Families of Terminal Cancer Patients: A Prospective Preliminary Study

Kim YW, Lee Y, Hwang IC, Hwang SW, Kim HM, Shim JY, Choi YS, Lee YJ

PURPOSE: Little is known regarding the factors associated with the willingness of family caregivers of terminal cancer patients to participate in a bereaved survey. This study aimed to ascertain the...
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Factors Influencing Perception of Hospice Palliative Care in High School Students in Korea

Lee YE, Kim MK, Choi EA, Im MS

PURPOSE: This study was to investigate the relationships between spiritual well-being, attitude towards death and perception of hospice, and the factors influencing hospice perception of high school students. METHODS: A survey...
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Dignity Therapy for End-stage Patients: Concept Analysis

Chung B, Oh E

PURPOSE: Dignity therapy is a very effective intervention to improve the dignity of end-stage patients. A concept analysis by Walker and Avant (2005) was adopted to define, describe, and delimitate...
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Delirium Management: Diagnosis, Assessment, and Treatment in Palliative Care

Seo MS, Lee YJ

Delirium is a common symptom in patients with terminal cancer. The prevalence increases in the dying phase. Delirium causes negative effects on quality of life for both patients and their...
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