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Cuidados paliativos para los pacientes terminales internados

Este artículo brinda a los generalistas y a los médicos de otras especialidades un enfoque basado en la evidencia para aliviar los síntomas en pacientes terminales hospitalizados.
Autor/a: Blinderman CD, Billings JA Fuente: New England Journal of Medicine 2015;373:2549-61. Comfort care for patients dying in the hospital
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