by U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, National Institutes of Health, National Cancer Institute, National Technical Information Service [distributor] in [Bethesda,, Md.?], Springfield, Va .
Written in English
|Other titles||Support care of the cancer patient.|
|Statement||Kenneth McCredie, consulting reviewer.|
|Contributions||McCredie, Kenneth B., 1935-, National Cancer Institute (U.S.), International Cancer Research Data Bank., Cancer Information Dissemination and Analysis Center for Diagnosis and Therapy.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 109 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||109|
The second international symposium on "Supportive Care in Cancer Patients" took place March , again in St. Gallen in eastern Switzerland. It was an honor once more to welcome dozens of internationally recognized experts in the field . During the course of editing 'Supportive Care in Cancer Therapy' (Martin us Nijhoff Publishers, ), it become apparent that several topics would have to await a second volume. Furthermore, development of new informa tion and evolution of ideas on: Springfield. Supportive care needs of cancer patients: A literature review Article (PDF Available) in Palliative and Supportive Care 13(4) August . Intensive care in the treatment of cancer patients The main indications for admission to the intensive care unit are postoperative recovery, critical complications of cancer and of its treatment, monitoring of potentially toxic anticancer treatment, and acute threatening diseases unrelated to the by:
Supportive Care in Cancer (SCC) is a monthly journal (since ) published by Springer. It provides MASCC members and other interested readers with up-to-date research and reviews pertaining to all aspects of supportive care for people with cancer, their caregivers, and families. The purpose of this review was to determine the perceived supportive care needs of hematological cancer survivors, and the patient characteristics associated with higher levels of need. Medline, PsychInfo, CINAHL, EMBASE and PsycEXTRA, were searched for eligible articles published between and Ten full-text articles were by: All of the PDQ supportive and palliative care summaries are available in patient versions and in Spanish. Screening Summaries Summaries are available on screening for many of the common cancers such as lung, colorectal, breast, and prostate, as well as some other cancer types. Supportive Care in Cancer aims to provide members of the Multinational Association of Supportive Care in Cancer (MASCC) and all other interested individuals groups .
They provide holistic care to the patient and family or caregiver focusing on the physical, emotional, social, and spiritual issues cancer patients may face during the cancer experience. Often, palliative care specialists work as part of a multidisciplinary team that may include doctors, nurses, registered dieticians, pharmacists, chaplains, psychologists, and social workers. As medical care for cancer has become more specialized in diagnosis, treatment has become more technical and fragmented. In order to help cancer patients and their families, we developed a coordinated program called the Stanford Cancer Supportive Care Program (SCSCP) at the Center for Integrative Medicine at Stanford Hospital and Clinics. The Stanford Cancer Supportive Care Cited by: Our Journal, Supportive Care in Cancer is a monthly publication and a MASCC member benefit available in print and online access. MASCC Textbook Antiemetic Guideline Publications. Spiritual, religious, and existential concerns of cancer survivors in a secular country with focus on age, gender, and emotional challenges. Decem [ MEDLINE Abstract] The role of patient-reported outcomes in outpatients receiving active anti-cancer treatment: impact on patients' quality of life. Decem [ MEDLINE Abstract].