introduction to oncology nursing ppt

oncology nursing management in cancer care ppt and understanding cancer oncology nursing ppt
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Published Date:14-07-2017
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General Concepts of Oncology Nursing Joyce Marrs, RN, BSN, OCNTop Ten Reasons 10. No more bedpans, no more mitered corners. 9. The excuse “Chemo Brain” sounds better than “I’m Blonde.” 8. Trying to beat Dracula at blood drawing competition, good place to practice. 7. Will never need to buy school pens again. 6. Cross multiply and divide was my favorite math equation in school.Top Ten Reasons 5. Wearing scrubs to work is like being in my PJ’s all day. 4. I consider hanging IV bags all day my daily stretching exercise. 3. Lunch is usually provided, provided you have time to eat. 2. I’m too young to be a greeter at Wal- Mart. 1. It’s the best job I’ve ever had.Estimated 2002 New Cases ♦ Male:♦ Female: ♦ Prostate- 30%♦ Breast- 31% ♦ Lung/Bronchus- 14%♦ Lung/Bronchus- 12% ♦ Colon/Rectum- 11%♦ Colon/Rectum- 12% ♦ Urinary/Bladder- 7%♦ Uterine- 6% ♦ Melanoma- 5%♦ Non-Hodgkin’s- 4% ♦ Non-Hodgkin’s- 4%♦ Melanoma- 4% ♦ Kidney- 3%♦ Ovary- 4%Estimated 2002 Deaths ♦ Male:♦ Female: ♦ Lung/Bronchus- 31%♦ Lung/Bronchus- 25% ♦ Prostate- 11%♦ Breast- 15% ♦ Colon/Rectum- 10%♦ Colon/Rectum- 11% ♦ Pancreas- 5%♦ Pancreas- 6% ♦ Non-Hodgkin’s- 5%♦ Ovary- 5% ♦ Leukemia- 4%♦ Non-Hodgkin’s- 4% ♦ Esophagus- 3%♦ Leukemia- 4%Cultural Considerations: ♦ African-Americans have Higher Incidence ♦ African-Americans have Higher Rate of Death ♦ Native Americans have Poorer Survival even though they have Lower Incidence An Organized Society ♦ Tight Regulation of – Cell Division – Proliferation – Differentiation • Goal is to maintain balanceReview of Definitions ♦ Neoplasm ♦ Tumor ♦ Oncos ♦ Oncology ♦ CancerTerminology ♦ Benign Tumors♦ Malignant Tumors ♦ Add “oma” to the cell ♦ Add “carcinoma” to of origin cellular origin ♦ Capable of Mitosis♦ Have no Purpose ♦ Adhere Tightly ♦ Complete Cell Cycle ♦ Not capable of ♦ Anaplastic Metastasis ♦ Adhere Loosely ♦ Can SpreadTerminology: Benign or Cancerous ♦ Benign♦ Cancerous ♦ Gland/Duct:♦ Gland/Duct: – Adenoma – Adenocarcinoma Melanocyte: Melanocyte: Nevus Malignant Melanoma Fatty Tissue: Fatty Tissue: Lipoma Liposarcoma Muscle: Muscle: Leiomyoma LeiomyosarcomaTheories of Carcinogensis ♦ Initiation-Promotion-Progression Model ♦ Oncogene and Tumor suppressor gene Model ♦ Disease of Differentiation ♦ Stem Cell Disease ♦ Disease of Intercellular CommunicationPromotion Promotion Initiation Promotion Metastasis Higher Tumor Normal Altered Grade Cell Malignancy ProgressionBody Defense: Immune Surveillance System ♦ Recognition of non-self ♦ Tumor Antigens found on certain Ca Cells –CEA – PSA –CA 27-29 –CA 127 –CA 19-9Tumor Staging ♦ T-Tumor ♦ N- Nodes ♦ M- Metastasis – T 0-3 – N 0-2 – M 0-2Tumor Grading ♦ Well Differentiated ♦ Moderately Differentiated ♦ Poorly Differentiated ♦ Anaplastic