Includes the book's introduction and table of contents.
Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation: A Manual for Nursing Practice (Third Edition)
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The science of hematopoietic stem cell transplantation has changed signiﬁcantly since its development in the 1950s. The number of transplantations performed to treat hematologic cancers has steadily increased over the decades. Stem cell transplantation remains a complex process involving numerous decisions and possible outcomes.
The third edition of Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation: A Manual for Nursing Practice serves as a powerful resource for medical professionals caring for transplant recipients, as well as for donors and families. This new edition includes overviews of the biology of stem cells, the stem cell collection and transplantation process, organ-speciﬁc side effects, and the long-term care of recipients. You'll also find discussions of newly-approved chimeric antigen receptor T-cell therapies and implications for practice, as well as topics related to the ethics of stem cell transplantation and professional practice.
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Chapter 1 provides an overview of hematopoiesis and immunology, including details on structure and function, immune function, and organs of the immune system.
Chapter 2 details the basic concepts of transplantation, including types of hematopoietic stem call transplants, sources of stem cells, donor programs, and preparative regimens.
Chapter 3 details issues surrounding current research in hematopoietic stem cell transplantation.
Chapter 4 examines issues surrounding considerations in program development and sites of care.
Chapter 5 details types of stem cell collection; including peripheral, allogenic, unrelated, and pediatric blood stem cell collection, as well as bone marrow harvest, stem cell processing and manipulation, and future directions.
Chapter 6 examines issues surrounding transplant treatment course and acute complications.
Chapter 7 examines issues surrounding acute and chronic graft-versus-host disease.
Chapter 8 examines hematologic effects, including neutropenia, thrombocytopenia, anemia, blood product transfusions, delayed engraftment, and late post-transplant infections.
Chapter 9 details gastrointestinal complications such as mucositis, nausea and vomiting, and diarrhea.
Chapter 10 details issues surrounding hepatorenal and bladder complications such as hepatitis, kidney injury, and hemorrhagic cystitis.
Chapter 11 examines issues surrounding cardiopulmonary complications.
Chapter 12 details neurologic complications, including neurotoxicities of common agents and infectious diseases, and neurocognitive dysfunction.
Chapter 13 details issues surrounding relapse and subsequent malignancies.
Chapter 14 examines late effects and survivorship care.
Chapter 15 details issues surrounding ethical considerations of transplantation.
Chapter 16 examines emerging cellular therapies, specifically details on Chimeric Antigen Receptor T Cells.
Chapter 17 details issues surrounding professional practice, including education, advocacy, and communication.
Includes the book's index.