Trends in the aggressiveness of pediatric cancer near the end-of-life

Title

Trends in the aggressiveness of pediatric cancer near the end-of-life

Creator

Yotani N; Shinjo D; Fushimi K; Matsumoto K

Identifier

Publisher

Pediatric Blood and Cancer

Date

2018

Subject

adult; aggressiveness; artificial ventilation; cancer patient; child; Childhood cancer; conference abstract; controlled study; death; diagnosis; female; hematologic malignancy; human; intubation; Japan; major clinical study; male; resuscitation; school child; terminal care; young adult

Description

Backgrounds: Many adult patients with cancer who knowthey are dying choose less intense care. High intensity careis associated with worse caregiver outcomes. Little is knownabout intensity of treatment of end-of-life care in children withcancer in Japan.

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Citation List Month

Oncology 2019 List

Collection

Citation

Yotani N; Shinjo D; Fushimi K; Matsumoto K, “Trends in the aggressiveness of pediatric cancer near the end-of-life,” Pediatric Palliative Care Library, accessed July 26, 2021, https://pedpalascnetlibrary.omeka.net/items/show/16986.

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