Oncology nurses are responsible for the administration of chemotherapy drugs to patients. Nurses can manage both the symptoms of a patient's disease and the side effects of various cancer treatments. They able to evaluate each patient and initiate appropriate cares.
The oncology nurse able to understand pathology results and their implications and have an in-depth knowledge of the side effects of cancer treatments.
• Patient assessment and education
• Management and palliative care
• Treatment plans
• Symptom management
• Supportive care
• Direct patient care
• Keeping the patient comfort
• Keeping a check on diet
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World Cancer Research Conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands; 3rd World Oncology and Immuno-Oncology Congress, Stockholm, Sweden; Oncology Convention, Birmingham, United Kingdom; Esmo European Society For Medical Oncology, Madrid, Spain
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