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Struggling with the last breath: breathlessness at the end of life on the AMU

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Breathlessness is one of the most common symptoms experienced at the end of life, affecting all areas of a patient’s life. It is frightening and leads to high rates of emergency hospital attendances. Often, there is no easily reversible cause and patients are admitted to the acute medical unit (AMU)…

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