|Title:||Association between the amount of artificial hydration and quality of dying among terminally ill patients with cancer: The East Asian Collaborative Cross-Cultural Study to Elucidate the Dying Process||Authors:||Wu, Chien-Yi
|Keywords:||artificial hydration; hospice; palliative care; quality of dying; terminally ill patients with cancer||Issue Date:||15-Apr-2022||Publisher:||WILEY||Journal Volume:||128||Journal Issue:||8||Start page/Pages:||1699||Source:||Cancer||Abstract:||
Artificial hydration (AH) is a challenging issue in terminally ill patients with cancer, because it influences patients' symptoms control, quality of life, and quality of dying (QOD). To date, it is not clear how much AH supply is proper for imminently dying patients. This study aimed to investigate the association between the amount of AH and QOD.
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