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Critical Care Nursing of the Oncology Patient
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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 patients continues to evolve, so too must the knowledge and competencies of nurses from both the critical care and oncology specialties. Traditionally, these two specialties functioned independently, leaving nurses lacking an understanding of the responsibilities and strengths of both.
Critical Care Nursing of the Oncology Patient arms nurses with knowledge of how to use aspects of both specialties to optimally care for patients with cancer, including working collaboratively throughout the transition from the medical-surgical floor to the intensive care unit and back to the medical-surgical floor.
With additional topics on pharmacology, vascular access, palliative care, ethics, and interventions for a multitude of cancer types and conditions, this text is a valuable reference tool of past and current nursing treatments and critical care issues that will empower nurses to consider themselves both oncology and critical care nurses.
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Chapter 1 examines issues surrounding brain cancer and brain tumors in the critically ill patient.
Chapter 2 examines issues surrounding lung cancer in the critically ill patient.
Chapter 3 examines issues surrounding hematologic malignancies in critically ill patients.
Chapter 4 examines issues surrounding hepatic, pancreatic, and billary cancers in the critically ill patient.
Chapter 5 details issues surrounding gynecologic cancers.
Chapter 6 details issues surrounding gastrointestinal cancers.
Chapter 7 details issues surrounding bone and soft tissue sarcomas.
Chapter 8 details renal failure and obstructive uropathy in critically ill patients.
Chapter 9 details issues surrounding cardiovascular complications in critically ill patients.
Chapter 10 details oncologic emergencies in the critically ill patient.
Chapter 11 details respiratory failure issues in the critically ill patient.
Chapter 12 details issues surrounding sepsis in the critically ill patient, including assessment, diagnostic evaluation, and treatment management strategies.
Chapter 13 examines issues surrounding intensive care delirium and care approach for the critically ill patient.
Chapter 14 examines details surrounding nutritional support of the critically ill patient.
Chapter 15 details issues surrounding immobility and early mobility in the critically ill patient.
Chapter 16 details issues wound assessment, care, and treatment in the criticall ill patient.
Chapter 17 details issues surrounding pharmacology in the critically ill patient.
Chapter 18 details aspects of vascular access, including specifics to critically ill patients.
Chapter 19 examines the complex issues surrounding transitions in care for the critically ill patient.
Chapter 20 details issues surrounding palliative care in the ICU.
Chapter 21 details issues surrounding the care of the older adult in intensive care.
Chapter 22 details concepts, controversies, and complexities in ethics facing nurses caring for critically ill patients.
Included is the index to Critical Care Nursing of the Oncology Patient.