An exploratory study into the unmet supportive needs of people diagnosed with cirrhosis in Queensland, Australia
Valery, P.C, Clark, P.J, McPhail, S.M., Martin, J., Horsfall, L., Volk, M.L., & Powell, E. (2015) An exploratory study into the unmet supportive needs of people diagnosed with cirrhosis in Queensland, Australia. Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, 30(Supplement 3), pp. 23-24.
Introduction: People with chronic liver disease, particularly those with decompensated cirrhosis, must follow a complex and variable regimen of dietary restrictions, medications, laboratory testing, and clinic visits. In addition they frequently suffer debilitating complications that impact on quality of life and activities of daily living. These impairments combined with complex treatment means that patients may be faced with high levels of supportive care needs.
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