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Zoom There is much fear and misconception surrounding pain management at end of life.   Pain at End of Life  addresses, in fifth grade, non-medical terminology:  pain as it relates to the dying process fear of overdosing and addiction standardized dosages around the clock administration laxatives uses of morphine sedation as it relates to dying supplemental therapies
Zoom Pain at End of Life: What You Need to Know About End of Life Comfort and Pain Management

Pain at End of Life: What You Need to Know About End of Life Comfort and Pain Management

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This booklet is intended for families and professionals dealing with narcotics and pain management as end of life approaches. There can be fear and misconception surrounding pain management at end of life. This booklet is used to ease the confusion and apprehension surrounding narcotic administration.


Pain at End of Life  addresses:

  • pain as it relates to the dying process
  • fear of overdosing and addiction
  • standardized dosages
  • around the clock administration
  • laxatives
  • uses of morphine
  • sedation as it relates to dying
  • supplemental therapies 

Like all of Barbara's booklets, Pain at End of Life is written in large print and the information is conveyed in a simple, direct yet gentle manner.

Order your copy now and empower yourself with knowledge to ensure comfort and support for your loved ones or patients.

This booklet is included in the End of Life Guideline Series. 

To get, Pain at End of Life at a discounted rate, purchase the entire End of Life Guideline SeriesClick here for more information. 

Frequently bought together:

Gone From My Sight: The Dying Experience How Do I Know You? Dementia at the End of Life The Eleventh Hour: A Caring Guideline for the Hours to Minutes Before Death My Friend, I Care: The Grief Experience Pain at End of Life: What You Need to Know About End of Life Comfort and Pain Management