Mrs. P is a 78-year-old woman with Stage III breast cancer being treated with aromatase inhibitors. She arrives in your office for her three-month checkup. In your assessment, Mrs. P complains of recent difficulty ambulating, constipation, and new back pain. She attributes these symptoms to her dwindling appetite, fatigue, and doing too much gardening recently.
You ask the following questions and become suspicious about symptoms of potential metastatic spinal cord compression.
The 2013 Nurse Compensation Survey Results Are In Michelle Bragazzi, BS, RN, 5/3/2013 32 In February, TheONC surveyed more than 600 oncology nurses to find out more about their careers. We wanted to know if they felt adequately compensated and satisfied within their ...
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