Young medical oncologists, who may often find themselves faced by major complications caused by cancer or by cancer treatment, will welcome this handbook as a highly useful tool to develop their knowledge and skills in the area. Initiated by the European Society for Medical Oncologyas (ESMO) Young Medical Oncologists Working Group, this succinct text has been written by a distinguished team of young medical oncologists and senior figures in the field, and is designed to provide oncologists with a secure practical grounding in the correct courses of action to follow in an emergency. The key topics covered include: * cardiovascular complications * neurological complications * renal and urologic complications * metabolic complications * respiratory complications * gastro-intestinal complications * hematologic complications * cancer pain.Eat 600-800 g/day of minimally processed grains, legumes, nuts and seeds, roots , tubers, and plantains. Avoid refined sugar. Avoid red meat. Limit fat to 15% of energy supply. Use polyunsaturated fats well-balanced between n-3 and n-6 fatty anbsp;...
|Title||:||ESMO Handbook of Oncological Emergencies|
|Author||:||Paris A Kosmidis, Dirk Schrijvers, Fabrice Andre, Sylvie Rottey|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2005-06-01|