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2012-09-01Wirksamkeit der Blutegeltherapie bei Kniearthrose – eine systematische Übersichtsarbeit und MetaanalyseLauche, R; Cramer, H; Langhorst, J; Dobos, G
2017-03-01Repurposing Medications for Hospice/Palliative Care Symptom Control Is No Longer Sufficient: A Manifesto for ChangeCurrow, DC; Abernethy, AP; Fallon, M; Portenoy, RK
2013-03-01Randomized-controlled trial comparing yoga and home-based exercise for chronic neck painCramer, H; Lauche, R; Hohmann, C; Lüdtke, R; Haller, H; Michalsen, A; Langhorst, J; Dobos, G
2013-08-01Assessment and management of adult cancer pain: A systematic review and synthesis of recent qualitative studies aimed at developing insights for managing barriers and optimizing facilitators within a comprehensive framework of patient careLuckett, T; Davidson, PM; Green, A; Boyle, F; Stubbs, J; Lovell, M
2014-01-01End-of-life delirium: Issues regarding recognition, optimal management, and the role of sedation in the dying phaseBush, SH; Leonard, MM; Agar, M; Spiller, JA; Hosie, A; Wright, DK; Meagher, DJ; Currow, DC; Bruera, E; Lawlor, PG
2018-09-01Validation of the Dyspnea Exertion Scale of Breathlessness in People With Life-Limiting IllnessSandberg, J; Johnson, MJ; Currow, DC; Ekström, M
2016-01-01Craniosacral therapy for the treatment of chronic neck pain: A randomized sham-controlled trialHaller, H; Lauche, R; Cramer, H; Rampp, T; Saha, FJ; Ostermann, T; Dobos, G
2012-11-01Activity as a measure of symptom controlCurrow, DC; Abernethy, AP; Johnson, MJ
2014-11-01Reliability and validity of the pain on movement questionnaire (POM) in chronic neck painLauche, R; Cramer, H; Langhorst, J; Michalsen, A; Dobos, GJ
2014-01-01Delirium diagnostic and classification challenges in palliative care: Subsyndromal delirium, comorbid delirium-dementia, and psychomotor subtypesLeonard, MM; Agar, M; Spiller, JA; Davis, B; Mohamad, MM; Meagher, DJ; Lawlor, PG
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