Editor stephen t sonis description treatment tolerance is a challenge for most cancer patients and it is therefore essential that healthcare professionals hcp are quick to recognize adverse events and implement management strategies to address them this pocket book provides an in depth guide to the epidemiology diagnosis and management of oral mucositis a common adverse event of . It is very important to work closely with your health care team to manage mouth sores also known as oral mucositis oral mucositis refers to mouth sores caused by some cancer treatments such as high dose chemotherapy or head and neck radiation for treatment of mouth cancer. The pathobiology of oral mucositis the epidemiology and risk assessment of mucositis health and economic consequences of mucositis the elements of examination of the oral cavity a comparison and assessment of scoring scales for mucositis patient reported outcomes non mucositis mouth lesions in patients being treated for cancer . A lack of nursing interventions directed to cancer patients with oral mucositis was evidenced in this study both in the public and private facilities the administration of chemotherapy and fragmented nursing consultations were the predominant form of nursing care provided which reveals fragile and not very considerate care delivery. Reviewarticle systematic review of basic oral care for the management of oral mucositis in cancer patients deborah b mcguire janet s fulton jumin park carlton g brown m elvira p correa june eilers sharon elad faith gibson loree k oberle edwards joanne bowen rajesh v lalla on behalf of the mucositis study group of the multinational association of supportive care in
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