Mosby's Oncology Nursing Advisor

58,79 €
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ISBN
0323045979
Edición
0
Autores
Susan Newton, Margie Hickey, Joyce Marrs
Editorial
Mosby
Fecha Publicacion
1 may. 2008
Características

  • Detailed descriptions of over 50 major cancer types provide essential information on incidence, etiology and risk factors, signs and symptoms, diagnostic workup, histology, staging, treatment, prognosis, and prevention.
  • Coverage of cancer management principles outlines a wide range of treatment and pharmacologic modalities, including surgery, chemotherapy, radiation therapy, hormonal therapy, biological response modifiers, and complementary and alternative therapies.
  • Symptom management guidelines provide in-depth coverage of pathophysiology, assessment tools, lab and diagnostic tests, differential diagnoses, interventions, follow up care, and resources for over 30 common symptoms associated with cancer and cancer treatments.
  • Essential information on many oncologic emergencies and emergent issues prepares you to respond quickly to structural, metabolic, and hematologic emergencies.
  • Helpful patient teaching resources include more than 25 reproducible patient teaching handouts.
  • An entire section on palliative care and end-of-life issues offers helpful guidelines for dealing with topics related to hospice care, communication in palliative care, the final hours of the cancer patient, ethical considerations, and loss, grief, and bereavement.
  • Serves as a great study tool for the oncology nursing certification exam..



Like getting 7 books in 1, MOSBY'S ONCOLOGY NURSING ADVISOR provides quick access to essential information on a wide range of cancer topics, including types of cancer, treatment options, symptom management, palliative care, and patient teaching. Its user-friendly layout and straightforward coverage make it ideal for use in any clinical setting, offering authoritative guidance to help you provide the best possible oncology nursing care.
 


I. INTRODUCTION
1. Cancer Epidemiology 2. Cancer Pathophysiology
II. MAJOR CANCERS
3. Breast Cancer • Invasive Breast Cancer • Noninvasive Breast Cancer 4. Central Nervous System • Astrocytoma WHO Grade 1 • Astrocytoma WHO Grade 2 • Astrocytoma WHO Grade 3 • Astrocytoma WHO Grade 4 • Benign Brain Tumors • Ependymoma • Metastatic Brain Tumors • Mixed Glioma • Primitive Neuroectodermal Tumor (PNET) • Recurrent Glial Tumor • Central Nervous System Malignancies — Overview 5. Gastrointestinal System • Anal Cancer • Biliary (Extrahepatic Bile Duct) and Gallbladder Cancers • Colon and Rectal Cancers • Esophageal Cancer • Gastric Cancer • GIST • Hepatocellular Cancer • Pancreatic Cancer 6. Genitourinary System • Bladder Cancer • Penile Cancer • Prostate Cancer • Renal Cancer • Testicular Cancer 7. Gynecological • Cervical Cancer • Endometrial Cancer • GTN • Ovarian Cancer • Vaginal Cancer • Vulvar Cancer 8. Head and Neck Laryngeal • Oral • Pharyngeal • Salivary • Thyroid and Parathyroid 9. Leukemia • Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia • Acute Myelogenous Leukemia • Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia • Chronic Myelogenous Leukemia • Myelodysplatic Syndrome 10. Lymphoma • Hodgkin Lymphoma • Nonhodgkin Lymphoma 11. Multiple Myeloma 12. Lung Cancer • Non Small Cell Lung Cancer • Small Cell Lung Cancer 13. Sarcomas • Chondrosarcoma • Ewing's • Kaposi's • Soft Tissue 14. Skin Cancer • Melanoma • Nonmelanoma
III. PRINCIPLES OF CANCER MANAGEMENT
15. Surgical Therapy 16. Radiation Therapy 17. Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation: Overview and Priorities for Nursing Care 18. Biological Response Modifiers 19. Chemotherapy 20. Chemotherapeutic Agents 21. Targeted Therapy 22. Targeted Therapy Agents 23. Hormonal Therapy 24. Hormonal Therapy Agents 25. Complementary & Alternative Therapy 26. Complementary & Alternative Therapy Agents
IV. PRINCIPLES OF SYMPTOM MANAGEMENT
27. Alopecia 28. Alterations in Sexuality 29. Anorexia 30. Anxiety 31. Arthralgias and Myalgias 32. Confusion 33. Constipation 34. Cough 35. Depressed Mood 36. Diarrhea 37. Dizziness and Vertigo 38. Dysphagia 39. Dyspnea 40. Esophagitis 41. Fatigue 42. Fever 43. Flu-Like Syndrome 44. Headache 45. Hiccups 46. Lymphedema 47. Menopausal Symptoms 48. Mucositis 49. Nausea and Vomiting 50. Pain 51. Peripheral Neuropathy 52. Pleural Effusion 53. Pruritis 54. Seizures 55. Sleep Disturbances 56. Xerostomia
V. ONCOLOGIC EMERGENCIES/EMERGENT ISSUES
57. Structural Emergencies • Bowel Obstruction • Cystitis • Neoplastic Cardiac Tamponade • Radiation Pneumonitis • Spinal Cord Suppression • Superior Vena Cava Syndrome • Urinary Tract Infection • Urinary Tract Obstruction 58. Metabolic Emergencies • Adrenal Failure • Hypercalcemia • Hyperuricemia • Hypoglycemia • SIADH • Tumor Lysis Syndrome 59. Hematologic Emergencies • DIC • DVT • Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome • Pulmonary Embolism • Sepsis • TTP
VI. PALLIATIVE CARE AND END-OF-LIFE ISSUES
60. Palliative and Hospice Care 62. Cultural Issues in Cancer Care 63. Ethical Considerations 64. Final Hours 65. Loss, Grief, and Bereavement
VII. PATIENT TEACHING
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