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A prospective study was carried out of 125 hospital inpatients with malignant disease, referred to the King's College Hospital advisory palliative care team. A palliative care assessment (PACA) tool was developed in order to assess the outcome of interventions made within two weeks of referral with regard to: symptom control, change in the patients' and(More)
During the period from September 1990 to March 1992, 155 nerve blocks were performed for 125 patients as part of the clinical management of pain due to malignant disease. The efficacy, in terms of pain score reduction, and spontaneously reported side effects secondary to these procedures were prospectively audited. Neural blockade was undertaken in(More)
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