Medical And Psychosocial Care Of The Cancer Survivor

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ISBN
9780763757700
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Autores
Kenneth Miller
Editorial
Jones & Bartlett Publishers
Fecha Publicacion
14 mar. 2009
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This ground-breaking clinical reference provides a comprehensive perspective of the multiple issues facing cancer survivors, ranging from early post-treatment through long-term care. Clear, clinically practical chapters written by experts in the field concentrate on multi-dimensional issues that confront cancer survivors. Divided into four, focused sections—overview of survivorship, medical care, psychosocial care, and epidemiologic—this book is evidence-based and uses case examples and illustrations throughout to add to the understanding of the material and its application to the individual patient. Primary care physicians, nurses, oncologists, hematologists, students of medicine, and survivorship researchers will all find this to be a valuable asset in setting the standard of care in the field of cancer survivorship. As the number of cancer survivors in the United States continues to grow, so does the need for quality survivorship care. Written by thirty-five renowned oncologists, Medical and Psychosocial Care of the Cancer Survivor brings clinical knowledge about the psychosocial, medical, and epidemiologic issues unique to each of the survivorship fields: acute survivorship, extended survivorship, and permanent survivorship. Care of cancer survivor can be designed and delivered within many different clinical settings, and this complete resource provides health care professionals with the tools they need to deliver high quality survivorship care to patients in all seasons and in all settings. Key Topics include: Post-Traumatic Stress in Cancer Survivors Challenges of Parenting During Survivorship Health Issues for Adult Survivors of Childhood Cancer Neurologic Sequelae of Cancer Therapy Rheumatologic Problems in Cancer Survivors Fertility Preservation in Cancer Survivors Post-Operative Lymphedema: Evaluation and Treatment Table of contents Chapter 1 Challenges in Cancer Survivorship Chapter 2 Cancer Survivorship Today Chapter 3 Symptom Burden in Cancer Survivorship: Managing Mood, Pain, Fatigue and Sleep Disturbances Chapter 4 Post-Traumatic Stress in Cancer Survivors Chapter 5 Finding Benefits in the Cancer Experience: Post-Traumatic Growth Chapter 6 Sexuality and Intimacy After Cancer Chapter 7 Male Sexuality and Fertility After Cancer Chapter 8 Fertility and Parenthood in Cancer Survivors Chapter 9 Treatment Choices and Quality of Life Among Prostate Cancer Patients Chapter 10 Genetic Counseling and Testing for Cancer Survivors Chapter 11 The Challenges of Parenting During Survivorship Chapter 12 Family and Caregivers of Cancer Survivors: Being a Strengthened Ally--A Community Perspective Chapter 13 Physical Activity and Breast Cancer Prevention and Prognosis Chapter 14 Nutrition and Prevention in Cancer Survivors Chapter 15 The Epidemiology of Second Primary Cancers Chapter 16 Radiation-Associated Malignancies Chapter 17 Therapy-Related Cancers After Chemotherapy: Leukemia, Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma, and Solid Tumors Chapter 18 Health Issues for Adult Survivors of Childhood Cancer Chapter 19 The Long Term Cardiac Effects of Cancer Therapy Chapter 20 Pulmonary Problems in Cancer Survivors Chapter 21 Gastrointestinal and Liver Toxicity in Cancer Survivors Chapter 22 Neurologic Sequelae of Cancer Therapy Chapter 23 Kidney Concerns for Cancer Survivors Chapter 24 Ocular Manifestations of Cancer Chapter 25 Otologic Consequences of Cancer Therapy Chapter 26 Endocrine Consequences of Cancer Treatment Chapter 27 Rheumatologic Problems in Cancer Survivors Chapter 28 Cognitive Dysfunction--"Chemobrain, or Chemofog" Chapter 29 Fertility Preservation in Cancer Survivors Chapter 30 Postoperative Lymphedema: Evaluation and Treatment Chapter 31 Conclusion
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