3 edition of Surgical emergencies in the cancer patient found in the catalog.
Surgical emergencies in the cancer patient
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||[edited by] Alan D.M. Turnbull.|
|Contributions||Turnbull, Alan D.|
|LC Classifications||RD93 .S87 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 360 p. :|
|Number of Pages||360|
|LC Control Number||87006097|
Before surgical oncologic emergency consultation, 32 patients (16%) were in a diagnostic and/or staging process, 49 patients (24%) received cancer treatment with curative intent, 57 patients (28%) had NED after being treated for cancer in the past, and 48 patients (23%) were diagnosed to have incurable malignant disease and were in a palliative Cited by: 6. The Cancer Journal: September - Volume 16 - Issue 5 - p doi: /PPO.0bef28a8d. Buy; Metrics Abstract. Palliative care emergencies are emergencies in patients with an incurable disease that may lead to death or decreased quality of life. During the palliative care phase of a patient's life, they differ from other.
This issue also includes articles dealing with the neurological, renal, and metabolic (electrolyte and adrenal) emergencies encountered in the cancer patient. Also addressed are selected gastrointestinal presentations commonly encountered in cancer patients, such as the acute abdomen, gastrointestinal bleeding, and hepatic encephalopathy. The study involved 1, patients at 18 emergency departments associated with cancer centers in the U.S., including 70 people seen in the Emergency Department at Strong Memorial Hospital. The majority had received cancer treatment in the preceding 30 days and more than half had advanced or metastatic disease. Surgical emergencies include bleeding, obstruction, gas-trointestinal perforation, infectious complications due to immune deﬁciency, and postoperative complications, such as infection, anastomotic leak, wound healing disturbances, or intestinal obstruction.1,3,9,17,18 Cancer patients requiring emergency surgery have a longer hospital stay and.
The researchers compared patient outcomes and cost of operations performed in an acute care setting with a traditional surgical care model in patients undergoing appendectomy and cholecystectomy (surgical removal of the gall bladder) procedures, which are two of the most common surgical emergencies in the U.S. Book: All Authors / Contributors: Stuart P Swadron; Kirsten K Calder; Juan A Asensio. The vasculopathic patient: uncommon surgical emergencies \/ S. Ram Kumar [and others] -- Aortic emergencies \/ Andrew L. Knaut and Joseph C. Cleveland, Jr. -- The acute cerebrovascular event: surgical and other interventional therapies \/ Stuart P. Swadron. Teen cancer patient Kylee Dixon, mother, allowed to meet before, after surgery Updated ; Posted Christina Gale Dixon, left, is pictured with her teen daughter, Kylee.
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