Emergency-style palliative care needs to implemented to meet the needs of Covid-19 patients who wouldn’t benefit from a ventilator say researchers.This is the first time that palliative care has been examined in the light of the current global pandemic. The researchers describe the challenges of providing palliative care where resources are stretched and demand is high, based on their experiences at a hospital.
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