10 puntos que deben conocerse | 02 JUN 14

La importancia de los cuidados paliativos

Los cuidados paliativos son una forma de atención médica activa e integral destinada a los aspectos físicos, emocionales y sociales relacionados con la enfermedad que experimenta el paciente.
Autor/a: Dres. Jacob J. Strand, Mihir M. Kamdar, Elise C. Carey Mayo Cli n Proc. 2013;88(8):859-865
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