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  • n. A final stage.


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end +‎ stage


  • My own paternal grandfather nearly took Grandma with him, though he was pretty compos mentis until endstage.

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  • The man's chart said he'd been hospitalized for three months with endstage heart failure and unable to walk without oxygen for over a year.

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  • Also, as a hospitalist doc I would see patients EVERY DAY with endstage chronic diseases whose PCP's had NEVER discussed end of life issues.

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  • Hypertension is a chronic condition that greatly increases the risk of medical complications and death from cardiovascular and kidney diseases, such as heart attack, stroke, heart failure and endstage kidney failure.

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  • Xue JL, Ma LZ, Louis TA et al. Forecast of the number of patients with the endstage renal disease in the United States.

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  • Right now there are more than 2,700 people waiting for donor hearts -- would you be in any shape to evaluate who was sickest, who had been waiting longest, and who was most likely to die if they didn't get your heart if you were in endstage cancer?

  • Medical College of Georgia is conducting a lung cancer vaccine clinical trial for patients with endstage lung disease who do not have conventional immunotherapy options. Latest News & Blogs

  • I can't add mass overnight, but the machinery did figure out how to get me to endstage pretty quickly. "

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