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Prevalence of palliative sedation in the management of refractory symptoms

Prevalence of palliative sedation in the management of refractory symptoms
  Year n Place Percent sedated for refractory symptoms Reference
Ventafridda 1990 120 Home 52 1
Fainsinger 1991 100 Inpatient (IP) 16 2
Morita 1996 143 Hospice 43 3
Stone 1997 115 IP and home 26 4
Fainsinger 1998 76 IP hospice 30 5
Chiu 2001 251 IP palliative care 28 6
Muller Busch 2002 548 IP palliative care 14 7
Sykes 2003 237 Hospice 48 8
Morita 2004   Multicenter <10 to 50 9
Kohara 2005 124 IP palliative care 50 10
Vitetta 2005 102 Hospice 67 11
Rietjens 2008 157 IP palliative care 43 12
Maltoni 2009 518 Multicenter 25 13
Mercendante 2009 77 IP palliative care 54 14
References:
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  2. Fainsinger R, Miller MJ, Bruera E, et al. Symptom control during the last week of life on a palliative care unit. J Palliat Care 1991; 7:5.
  3. Morita T, Inoue S, Chihara S. Sedation for symptom control in Japan: the importance of intermittent use and communication with family members. J Pain Symptom Manage 1996; 12:32.
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  8. Sykes N, Thorns A. Sedative use in the last week of life and the implications for end-of-life decision making. Arch Intern Med 2003; 163:341.
  9. Morita T. Differences in physician-reported practice in palliative sedation therapy. Support Care Cancer 2004; 12:584.
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