Dyspnea and Delirium at the End of Life

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Abstract

Dyspnea and delirium are potentially distressing symptoms for patients with cancer at the end of life. They require aggressive management and sometimes even palliative sedation for refractory cases in actively dying patients. This article provides oncology nurses with evidence-based advice on the management of these symptoms.

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