`So I think its swinging a bit more to feed': decisions not to treat on a stroke unit

Rogers, A; Addington-Hall, J
May 2000
Palliative Medicine;May2000, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p240
Academic Journal
Investigates clinicians' ability to identify stroke patients who are likely to die and their decision-making to discontinue curative treatment in Great Britain. Results used to base decisions not to continue treatment; Choices about care; Factors determining the nature of the decision-making process.


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