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  • I've seen variations of catheter sizes used for Intravesical Gem/Tax, from 14-18 Fr, and wondering what everyone's rationale is for the size they use. Thanks! ------------------------------ Diana Jackson, MSN, RN, OCN Director, Oncology, Infusion ...

  • Hello Chapter Members, Please consider joining us for our summer chapter retreat! <w:sdt docpart="4E8B3B64931F4F1DA6F9069F16D5FC93">Join us for Yoga, Sound Bath, Reiki, Massage, or a Moderated Labyrinth walk; light refreshments will be available. ...

  • Hello, We no longer measure the urine. As long as lab parameters are met, we are good to go. The patients receive 1000ml saline with electrolytes pre, and 500ml saline post cisplatin. ------------------------------ Ellen Parks RN OCN CBCN Oncology ...

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  • Posted in: Southeast Missouri

    TOPIC: A Treatment Option for Patients with PDL1 <1% Metastatic NSCLC Location: 36 Restaurant and Bar 36 Main St, Cape Girardeau, Missouri 63701 Speaker: Maqbool Ahmed, MD Hematologist-Oncologist ...

  • Looking for information from other cancer centers participating in clinical trial research. Do you hot prime any of your research trial infusions if so, how did you make that decision? If not why did you make that decision? Trying to fine-tune start ...

  • Our research patients are admitted to the designated inpatient unit associated with the clinical trial they are participating in (i.e. leukemia). We have Clinical Research Nurses who work with the inpatient nurses to coordinate all aspects of the trial. ...

  • Posted in: Galveston Bay Area

    You can RSVP here - https://aveo.conveenonline.com/aveo-74c0f7c9-ce19-4fcb-a5f8-f87764c1f94e/details/avon1396 ------------------------------ Roselyn Ogunkunle, Ph.D. MSN RN NEA-BC OCN roselynogunkunle@yahoo.com -------------------------- ...

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