||Uncertainties identified from carers' questions
||James Lind Alliance Palliative and end of life care Priority Setting Partnership
|Why is there uncertainty?
||No relevant systematic reviews identified
This uncertainty was identified by three carer's and one bereaved carer's question
This is an indicative uncertainty and the following submissions were merged to form this one:
Does morphine always change the patient's character?
Recently she has been prescribed MST for a wedge fracture. At the moment is decreasing MST but this feels very unsupported as no real advice on possible withdrawal side effects.
References to reliable up-to-date systematic reviews:
|What is needed?
|Systematic reviews that need updating or extending
|Systematic reviews in preparation
|Ongoing controlled trials
|Which health conditions?
||Service delivery, organisation and staffing | Palliative and end of life care
|What is person's age?
|Which types of treatments?
||Mixed or complex
Health related quality of life, good death, Change in symptoms or change in management of symptoms, adverse effects or complications
||Publication date:08 Sep 2015
|Last reviewed date:08 Sep 2016
||Publication Type:Known Uncertainty
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