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Pamela J. Haylock
Carol P. Curtiss
ISBN: 
9781635930306

Cancer survivorship has become an increasingly important issue in the world of oncology care, as more people are living longer after a diagnosis than ever before. The American Cancer Society estimates that the number of cancer survivors in the United States will increase by more than four...

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9781635930320

The 21st century has seen unprecedented innovations in oncology, leading to improved cancer prevention and control, symptom management, and patient outcomes. Oncology nursing practice must continually evolve to meet the challenges and opportunities that these advances present for people at risk...

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Judith K. Payne
Kathleen Murphy-Ende
ISBN: 
9781635930221

As the healthcare field constantly advances, so does the specialty of oncology—at an ever-increasing pace. Often at the front line of patient care, nursing professionals must be aware of the latest developments to provide the highest-quality care possible. The role of the oncology nurse goes...

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MiKaela M. Olsen
Kristine B. LeFebvre
Kelly J. Brassil
ISBN: 
9781635930207

The Oncology Nursing Society has been your go-to resource for evidence-based guidelines and education on chemotherapy administration and side effect management.

Building off the foundation established in previous editions of the Chemotherapy and Biotherapy Guidelines and...

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Lisa Parks
Meghan M. Findlay
ISBN: 
9781635930283

According to 2017 statistics reported by the American Cancer Society, gastrointestinal cancers, including all cancers of the digestive system, are the leading cause of cancer death in the United States. With many public awareness efforts focused on other cancers, such as breast and lung, patient...

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Margaret Hickey
Susan Newton
ISBN: 
9781635930269

Healthcare improvements have shifted cancer care from the inpatient to outpatient settings. This change in healthcare delivery presents new challenges for professional nurses familiar only with the traditional inpatient model. As healthcare trends away from the hospital, telephone triage has...

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Chemotherapy and Immunotherapy
Suzanne Walker
Elizabeth Prechtel Dunphy
ISBN: 
9781635930184

Recent advances in immunotherapy have revolutionized treatment delivery and toxicity management in cancer care. Oncology nurses are at the forefront of prevention and management of immune-mediated toxicities and leaders in patient education in this rapidly evolving field. ...

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Marcelle Kaplan
ISBN: 
9781635930245

As the number of individuals living with cancer increases, so does the potential for serious complications from the disease or treatment. The need is stronger than ever for definitive information on effective interventions when an oncologic emergency occurs to prevent devastating functional...

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ISBN: 
9781635930160
Cancer and its treatments have far-reaching and long-lasting effects on quality of life, and no more so than in the area of sexuality and sexual functioning. The successful treatment of cancer often leaves survivors with an enhanced appreciation of life and the love they have in their lives....
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Meghan Routt
Lisa Parks
ISBN: 
9781635930146
Over the past decade, medical advances have reshaped nursing’s approach to patients with cancer, redefining care settings and allowing for more aggressive treatments. As a result, patients with cancer often require additional time in an intensive care unit after treatment. As care for these...
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