Pravinkumar, S. Egbert, Rathi, Nisha, Haque, Sajid (Eds.)
2015, Approx. 450 p. 200 illus.
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Specifically for care of critically ill cancer patients
Written by experts in the field of cancer critical care from the United States, Europe and Asia.
Critical Care for Cancer Patients focuses on the specific practice of critical care medicine in cancer patients and the chapters provide information and evidence related to specific practices for these patients.
Written by experts in the field from United States, Europe, and Asia. This is the first text book specifically for care of critically ill cancer patients.
Content Level »Professional/practitioner
Keywords »Infection Control - Nutritional Management - Oncological Emergencies - Organ Management in Cancer Critical Care
Cancer Critical Care Unit.- Oncological Emergencies.- Organ Specific Management in Cancer Critical Care.- Infection Control and Management of Infection in Cancer Patients.- Bood Product Transfusion.- Management of Pregnant Critically Ill Cancer Patient.- Pediatric Cancer Critical Care.- Postoperative Care of Cancer Patients.- Special Post Surgical Cancer Care.- Critical Care Monitoring Devices.- Critical Care Procedures.- Radiological Procedures in Critically Ill.- Oncological Procedures in Critically Ill.- Respiratory Care in Cancer Patients.- Rapid Response Team.- Special Nursing Care in Cancer Critical Care.- Ethical and Challenging Issues.- Multidisiplinary Team Approach of Care.- Cancer Critical Care Quality Assurance.- Conclusion.- Index.