Medical innovations and the role of the cancer nurse

When the NHS first evolved, the prognosis for patients with Cancer was appalling, but over the last 30 years, the revolution in drug therapies has transformed nursing practice. Advancing technology over the last decade in particular, has resulted in major changes in the specialist field of oncology, where medical innovations have had an enormous impact…

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Health Promotion in Oral Care

The assignment focuses on the promotion of oral health in the immunocompromised adolescent receiving chemotherapy. The client groups particular health education/promotion needs will be identified, followed by a detailed action plan, using authoritative literature and a theoretical framework, and discussion and critical evaluation of the strengths and weaknesses of the proposed plan of action. The…

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Improving the discharge planning process

The focus of the assignment is to improve the discharge planning process through the development of an integrated care pathway (ICP). The author’s client group relates to care of children and adolescents with cancer, aged 0-21 years, the multidisciplinary team including nurses, doctors, physiotherapist, dietitian, social worker, community liaison nurse, palliative care team, the patient,…

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Radiotherapy in a paediatric ambulatory care setting

The author works on the Young Oncology Unit (YOU), at Christie Hospital, Manchester, within the area of Paediatric Oncology. The Units client group consists of young people aged 0-21 years. The hospital itself is a regional specialist centre for cancer and radiotherapy treatment, and patients attend as outpatients whenever clinically and demographically possible. Care is…

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Cancer law mesothelioma

Mesothelioma is one of the rare forms of cancer which is quite difficult to diagnose the death rate due to this disease is increasing every year and the target of this critical disease are the senior citizens. This dangerous disease is caused due to the exposure to the asbestos. In this disease, the lungs linings…

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Woman in what age easily breast cancer?

30 year old of – 39 year old when 30 years old, the breast question many are the benignity (cannot cancer). But the young women will have the breast textile fiber cystic will change generally, take the breast ache, the cyst and the non-cancer tumour as the characteristic. Arizona health sciences center university clinical medicine…

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Serum of patients with gastric cancer tumor markers

Tumor-associated antigen, mostly high molecular weight of glycolipids or glycoproteins. These tumor-associated antigen in the serum can be detected, many clinicians as the use of serum tumor markers. Gastric tumor markers include: 1 CEA CEA present in the gastrointestinal mucosa of embryonic cell with a number of malignant cells on the surface, is a glycoprotein….

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Pictures: Breast Cancer Digital Mammogram

Here are our images of Breast Cancer Digital Mammogram Please like and share if you enjoy Cancer In Left breast At Asymptomatic Woman Has A tumor digital Mammography Far Breast Cancer Digital Mammogram Risk For breast Cancer Due Breast Cancer Digital Mammogram   Resource: Breast Cancer: Facts and Fiction

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Causes and Risk Factors of Stomach Cancer

Who’s at risk? What are the symptoms? How is it diagnosed? What are the stages? How is it treated? How to help prevent stomach cancer Who’s at risk? Each year, about 24,000 people in the United States learn they have cancer of the stomach. Stomach cancer, also called gastric cancer, is the fourth most common…

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Nutrition Protocol

This Protocol has been developed by multidisciplinary staff at the Christie Hospital GUIDELINES •All patients will have a nutritional assessment carried out on admission, the nutritional assessment form will then be kept at the end of the bed with the patients care plans. •The form should be used for one admission only. •Referrals will be…

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