Highlight "Sublingual" on Labels for Atropine EYE Drops to Dry Secretions

We're getting questions about meds used at end of life.

You'll see common treatments for agitation, constipation, fever, and nausea...plus some unusual orders for other issues.

Pain. Many dying patients have pain requiring IV opioid infusions.

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