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Oncology Patient Care in Critical Care Units

 Leeda Dudley, RN
  9th-Nov-2010
Description: Care Of Oncology Patients in Critical Care Units, Nursing Goals, CRI Patient Types, Infection Control, No Live Plants or Flowers, Mouth Care Protocol, Oral, Dehydration, Dysphagia, Esophagitis, Dyspepsia, Administering chemotherapy.
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Domain: Medical
Category: Therapy
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CARE OF ONCOLOGY PATIENTS IN CRITICAL CARE UNITS
Leeda Dudley, RN CN3 (8/9 ICU)

NURSING GOALS








To have basic knowledge in the care of oncology patients in the ICU setting To recognize common complications of patients receiving chemotherapy To provide a safe and asceptic environment To minimize exposure to and prevent potentially harmful nosocomial infections

CRI PATIENT TYPES


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