Communication Disorders of Patients Receiving Home Medical Care
Some patients are undergoing treatment and recuperation of their diseases at home, for example patients who suffer from progressed diseases, who have become bedridden due to diseases or injuries, and patients in the last stage of cancer. Home medical care is treatment at the patient’s home by the patient’s request.
KeywordsAmyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Hearing Loss Pressure Cuff Tracheal Cannula Communication Disorder
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