Cancer nursing

Oncology nursing refers to nurses who provide nursing care to cancer patients. They use their knowledge, experience, abilities, and direction to give cancer patients with life-saving care and treatment. Oncology nurse practitioners keep a close eye on their patients' physical status and make general prescriptions with the purpose of learning how to administer manifestations in detail. Oncology nurses are mostly employed in claim to fame clinics. Registered nurse, graduate-level registered nurse, and advanced nursing practitioners are the three levels of oncology nursing. Cancer is a life-threatening disease that necessitates spiritual, emotional, and physical care, particularly during chemotherapy sessions.

Track 1 Nursing in Bladder cancer
Track 2 Nursing in Skin cancer
Track 3 Various Cancers and associated Nursing
Track 4 Techniques Cancer Education for Nurses and Patients

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