acute cancer

acute cancer

An obsolete nonspecific term for any malignancy of abrupt onset.
References in periodicals archive ?
This is not only because it is considered acute cancer 95% of the time, but also because it affects the most vulnerable amongst us--our children.
AN EXPERT in acute cancer nursing care, professor Alexandra McCarthy (right) from the Queensland University of Technology (QUT), will be the new head of the school of nursing at the University of Auckland.
However, it is a challenge for clinicians, such as nurses, to support the family and create room for the needs of family caregivers in acute cancer care (Stenberg, Ruland, & Miaskowski, 2010).
Contract notice: To Study The Actors Of The Healthcare System, Including Caregivers And Physicians, The Issue Of Social Inequalities In The Treatment Of Acute Cancer
A care plan guides patients as they segue from acute cancer treatment to longer-term health maintenance and follow-up.
Majhi was suffering from acute cancer pain as she was in the advance stage with no one to come forward for help.
Noting that Iran ranks first in world in treating leukemia patients with arsenic, he told FNA that Iran is also the first country which has used arsenic to produce raw materials for treating acute cancer type M3.
So I filled in one health insurer's questionnaire - which started along the lines of: Would you like your cover to be ONLY for acute cancer and heart conditions?
Kyowa Hakko Kirin will now proceed with the work to apply for the use of KW-2246 in continuous management of acute cancer pain in Japan.
Shortly thereafter, the taxpayer was hospitalized with acute cancer. In July, after his release from the hospital, he transferred 60% of the LP interests to his two children.
Snyder said that it examined the initial transition from acute cancer treat-ment to survivorship, an important time to ensure that survivors do not get lost in transition.
Full browser ?