Handbook of Cancer Chemotherapy

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Roland T. Skeel, Samir N. Khleif
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2011 - Medical - 875 pages
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Skeel's Handbook of Cancer Chemotherapy combines in one place the most current rationale and specific details necessary to safely administer chemotherapy for most adult cancers. The handbook is a practical, diseased-focused pocket reference that emphasizes the best current medical practice as it relates to the delivery of chemotherapeutic drugs. By focusing on specific plans for treatment, the book is an invaluable resource for the daily care of cancer patients.
 

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Contents

Biologic Basis of Molecular Targeted Therapy
16
Myeloproliferative Neoplasms
20
Malignant Pleural Peritoneal and Pericardial
30
Systematic Assessment of the Patient With
45
Selection of Treatment for the Patient With Cancer
63
CHEMOTHERAPY AND MOLECULAR
69
Carcinoma of the Lung
94
Carcinomas of the Gastrointestinal Tract
120
Bone Sarcomas
324
Acute Leukemias
337
Chronic Leukemias
394
Hodgkin Lymphoma
437
NonHodgkin Lymphoma
451
Multiple Myeloma Other Plasma Cell
491
Metastatic Cancer of Unknown Origin
514
SUPPORTIVE CARE OF PATIENTS
543

Carcinomas of the Pancreas Liver
151
Carcinoma of the Breast
172
Gynecologic Cancer
199
Urologic and Male Genital Cancers
233
Kidney Cancer
250
Melanomas and Other Cutaneous Malignancies
277
Primary and Metastatic Brain Tumors
297
SoftTissue Sarcomas
310
Etiology Treatment and Prevention
566
Transfusion Therapy Bleeding and Clotting
596
Cancer Pain
649
Emotional and Psychiatric Problems
678
CHEMOTHERAPEUTIC AND MOLECULAR
693
Nomogram for Determining Body
843
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