Important Notice: The digital edition of this book is missing some of the images or content found in the physical edition. Written expressly for nurses caring for patients with cancer, the 2012 Oncology Nursing Drug Handbook uniquely expresses drug therapy in terms of the nursing process: nursing diagnoses, etiologies of toxicities, and key points for nursing assessment, intervention, and evaluation. Updated annually, this essential reference provides valuable information on effective symptom management, patient education, and chemotherapy administration. Completely revised and updated, the 2012 Oncology Nursing Drug Handbook includes: * New drug entries and revisions * Specific drugs described in terms of their mechanism of action, metabolism, drug interactions, laboratory effects/interference, and special considerations * The most important and common drug side effects * Greater discussion of fundamentals of malignant transformation, new molecular targets, and drugs in the pipelineGail M. Wilkes, Msn Aprn-BC Aocn Boston Medical Center Gail M Wilkes, R.N., M.S., Margaret Barton-Burke ... The two major pathways to repair DNA double- strand breaks are called (1) nonhomologous end-joining (NHEJ, the primary mechanism where the ends of a double-strand break are direcly religated) and (2 ) homologous recombination (HR, an error-free mechanism). ... This recipe is read by messenger RNA and taken out to the cytoplasm to make the protein on the ribosome.
|Title||:||2012 Oncology Nursing Drug Handbook|
|Author||:||Gail M. Wilkes, Msn Aprn-BC Aocn Boston Medical Center Gail M Wilkes, R.N., M.S., Margaret Barton-Burke|
|Publisher||:||Jones & Bartlett Publishers - 2011-12-29|