Palliative expert offers guidance on treating dyspnea

09/24/2013 | eHospice

Dyspnea is debilitating and frightening for patients and stressful for caregivers, requiring an immediate and coordinated response from a hospice team, according to AAHPM Fellow Dr. Daniel Maison, the palliative care medical director at Spectrum Health in Grand Rapids, Mich. Along with treatment, he writes, clinicians should addresses a patient's psychosocial needs while helping patients and families explore their spirituality and supporting them as the disease progresses.

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