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Palliativmedizin in der Geriatrie — Wie alte, schwerkranke Menschen leben und sterben

  • Bettina Sandgathe Husebø
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Zusammenfassung

In den anerkannten internationalen Lehrbüchern der Geriatrie ist die Palliativmedizin nicht berücksichtigt. Bei der Durchsicht der Lehrbücher für Palliativmedizin zeigt sich ebenso, daß die Spezialisten der Palliativmedizin den Bereich der Geriatrie ausgeklammert haben.

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