These Palliative Care Tips may be zone specific. Consider your program and institution’s policies, procedures and protocols prior to using these tips. Special thank you to the Edmonton Zone Palliative Team and all clinicians who were involved in the development of the Palliative Care Tips.
|32||Assessment and Management of pain in older adults with moderate to severe dementia|
|31||Anticoagulation in patients with advanced cancer cared for at hospice/palliative care units in Edmonton|
|24||Total Parenteral Nutrition (TPN)|
|23||Access to Palliative Home Care & Palliative Care Consultation Service in the Edmonton Zone|
|19||Management of Noisy Respiratory Secretions in the final hours to days of life|
|10||Bowel Obstruction in Advanced Cancer|
|7||Hypercalcemia of Malignancy|
|6||Approach to Infections in Advanced Disease|
|5||Nausea & Vomiting in advanced cancer|
|3||Constipation in Advance Illness|
|1||Delirium in patients with advanced cancer and those who are imminently dying|
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