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159 Non-invasive technology to assess hydration status in advanced cancer to explore relationships between fluid-status and symptoms at the end-of-life: an observational study using bioelectrical impedance analysis
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  • Amara Callistus Nwosu Lancaster Medical School, Lancaster University, Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Marie Curie Hospice Liverpool, Clatterbridge Cancer Centre, University of Sheffield, Palliative Care Unit, University of Liverpool, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust PubMed articlesGoogle scholar articles
  • Sarah Stanley Lancaster Medical School, Lancaster University, Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Marie Curie Hospice Liverpool, Clatterbridge Cancer Centre, University of Sheffield, Palliative Care Unit, University of Liverpool, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust PubMed articlesGoogle scholar articles
  • Alexandra McDougall Lancaster Medical School, Lancaster University, Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Marie Curie Hospice Liverpool, Clatterbridge Cancer Centre, University of Sheffield, Palliative Care Unit, University of Liverpool, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust PubMed articlesGoogle scholar articles
  • Catriona Mayland Lancaster Medical School, Lancaster University, Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Marie Curie Hospice Liverpool, Clatterbridge Cancer Centre, University of Sheffield, Palliative Care Unit, University of Liverpool, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust PubMed articlesGoogle scholar articles
  • Stephen Mason Lancaster Medical School, Lancaster University, Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Marie Curie Hospice Liverpool, Clatterbridge Cancer Centre, University of Sheffield, Palliative Care Unit, University of Liverpool, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust PubMed articlesGoogle scholar articles
  • John Ellershaw Lancaster Medical School, Lancaster University, Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Marie Curie Hospice Liverpool, Clatterbridge Cancer Centre, University of Sheffield, Palliative Care Unit, University of Liverpool, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust PubMed articlesGoogle scholar articles

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Nwosu AC, Stanley S, McDougall A, et al
159 Non-invasive technology to assess hydration status in advanced cancer to explore relationships between fluid-status and symptoms at the end-of-life: an observational study using bioelectrical impedance analysis

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  • First published March 14, 2023.
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March 14, 2023

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