Monthly Archives: May 2014

Diagnosis of Aminoff Suffering Syndrome by Mini Suffering State Examination scale score evaluation

About 80 % of advanced dementia patients diagnosed in Aminoff Suffering Syndrome by high Mini Suffering State Examination scale score (MSSE=7-10/10) were died during 6 month follow up after admission to Geriatric Department. Aminoff BZ. Mini-Suffering State Examination Scale: possible … Continue reading

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Mini Suffering State Examination (MSSE) scale

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End-of-Life Suffering

Patient is usually unaware to his condition and helplessness; Family members unable to help; Medical and nursing staff is unaware to diagnosis, to treat and to prevent suffering; Human society is unaware to End-of-Life Suffering.

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