L L Phillips

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EDiTOR: Not too long ago, the most dreaded perhaps of all hemorrhagic complications in obstetrical practice was that following premature separation of the placenta. \Vhen fully under way it is a major emergency. A feeling existed that the hemorrhage involved more than the simple tearing and exposure of open blood vessels. Continuation of the hemorrhage even(More)
EDiTOR: Not too long ago, the most dreaded perhaps of all hemorrhagic complications in obstetrical practice was that following premature separation of the placenta. \Vhen fully under way it is a major emergency. A feeling existed that the hemorrhage involved more than the simple tearing and exposure of open blood vessels. Continuation of the hemorrhage even(More)
  • L L Phillips
  • The American journal of hospice & palliative care
  • 1998
This article presents an in-depth review of the medical, pharmacological and nursing interventions needed to relieve the pain experienced with bone metastases. Covered areas include: Pathophysiology. Clinical presentation of bone pain. Treatment options. Therapeutic interventions. The hospice nurse as an agent of hope. In addition, a comprehensive(More)
Transfusion support for acquired coagulation defects can be life-saving when used correctly. There should be laboratory evidence of such defects combined with clinical evidence of excessive bleeding. The laboratory values alone should not be treated except in preparation for an invasive procedure. Then plasma defects are best treated with fresh frozen(More)
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