When it has become extremely difficult for a person with end stage dementia to eat and drink, a PEG feeding tube is often considered. Amanda Thompsell and Cathinka Guldberg warn that this is not always the right way forward. They set out the pros and cons, and give guidance for best practice
Author/s: Amanda Thompsell, Cathinka Guldberg
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