Study: Pain control at inpatient palliative centers varies

11/6/2012 | PhysiciansBriefing.com

A study in the journal Cancer found pain management for terminally ill patients varied among inpatient palliative care centers and was affected by organizational issues, especially the availability of staff. Researchers at Seoul National University Hospital in South Korea said that 82.8% of cancer patients had adequate pain control a week after admission.

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