6 edition of Nursing care in radiation oncology found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||[edited by] Karen Hassey Dow ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Dow, Karen Hassey.|
|LC Classifications||RC271.R3 N87 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 447 p. :|
|Number of Pages||447|
|LC Control Number||96037239|
Bucholtz, J. (). Metastatic epidural spinal cord compression. Seminars in Oncology Nursing, 15, A new and revised version of this best-selling reference! For over eighteen years, best-selling Cancer Nursing: Principles and Practice has provided oncology nurses with the latest information on new trends in the rapidly changing science of oncology. Now, in its Seventh Edition, Cancer Nursing has been completely revised and updated to reflect key new developments.
Safety is No Accident was first issued in The first edition of this book was based on an intersociety meeting where various representatives of sister radiation oncology societies came together to draft these safety recommendations. Mary Fleming-Knowles, MSN, ANP-C. Assistant Professor Nurse Practitioner. UNC Radiation Oncology - Chapel Hill.
This article focuses on the use of ionising radiation in the contemporary management of cancer. An overview is provided of the practice of radiation oncology and issues related to the nursing management of a patient undergoing radiation therapy. Margaret Hopp, in , was the first to identify the role of the radiation oncology by: 3. Radiation oncology nurses work closely with other health professionals to support the patient and their family, and they provide specialist clinical nursing care, education, information, counselling and referral (Rose and Yates, , Katz, ). Radiation and medical oncology technologies and treatment regimens continuously change as a result Cited by: 7.
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Written from a clinical perspective, this popular book addresses the most common issues in the nursing care of people receiving radiation therapy.
The 2nd Edition is reorganized, expanded, and updated to reflect the current state of radiation oncology nursing care, including new coverage of innovative treatments, advanced practice, new practice Author: Ryan R.
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Written from a practice perspective by 20 experts who are clinicians and clinical specialists, this book focuses on the most common issues in the nursing care of people receiving radiation therapy. 28 chapters address radiologic principles, common clinical problems, uncommon late effects, special developmental needs, radiation-induced carcinogenesis, radiation therapy in Format: Hardcover.
This fourth edition features expanded coverage on issues in radiation oncology Nursing care in radiation oncology book such as patient education, assessment, symptom management, documentation, radiation protection, and quality improvement. You'll also find included sections on evidence-based practice, new technology, pediatrics, palliative care, and more.
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NURSING CARE OF THE CLIENT RECEIVING RADIATION THERAPY NURSING RESPONSIBILITIES FOR EITHER EXTERNAL OR INTERNAL RADIATION THERAPY •Carefully assess and manage any complications, usually in collaboration with the radiation oncologist.
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The Radiation Oncology Certification is a qualification for registered nurses who wish to cement their expertise in radiation care for cancer patients.
The certification program is a self-paced online course that provides flexibility for busy nurses and 15 continuing education credits that can keep the RN license. For more than 30 years, Perez and Brady's Principles and Practice of Radiation Oncology has been the must-have standard reference for radiation oncologists and radiation oncology residents who need a comprehensive text covering both the biological and physical science aspects of this complex field as well as disease site-specific information on the integrated, multidisciplinary Price: $ Read this e-Book.
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