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Dexamethasone-related adrenal insufficiency in patients with brain and skull base tumours.

This study aimed to evaluate the prevalence of glucocorticoid-induced adrenal insufficiency in a cohort of patients with brain and skull base tumours and to identify factors which may predict its occurrence.


Using patient-reported outcome measures to deliver enhanced supportive care to people with lung cancer: feasibility and acceptability of a nurse-led consultation model.

Developing new supportive/palliative care services for lung cancer should encompass effective ways to promptly identify and address patients' healthcare needs. We examined whether an in-clinic, nurse-led consultation model, which was driven by use of a patient-reported outcomes (PRO) measure, was feasible and acceptable in the identification of unmet needs in patients with lung cancer.

IMproved MAnagement (IM-MA study) in cancer-related pain: the value of a joint approach by an integrated team of radiotherapist and anesthetist.

Purpose of this study was to retrospectively review our experience of multidisciplinary clinic providing a joint approach by radiation oncologist and anesthetist for patients with cancer pain to evaluate the adequacy and the IMprovement in MAnagement (IM-MA study) of this symptom.


Barriers to supportive care during the Ebola virus disease outbreak in West Africa: Results of a qualitative study.

During the 2013-2016 West Africa Ebola outbreak, supportive care was the only non-experimental treatment option for patients with Ebola virus disease (EVD). However, providing care that would otherwise be routine for most clinical settings in the context of a highly contagious and lethal pathogen is much more challenging. The objective of this study was to document and deepen understanding of barriers to provision of supportive care in Ebola treatment units (ETUs) as perceived by those involved in care deli...

Supportive Care Nursing Clinical Protocol Incorporates Holism in a Public Acute Care Hospital.

The Supportive Care Nursing Clinical Protocol (SCNCP) was developed to guide holistic nursing care for seriously ill hospitalized patients. The SCNCP uses national guidelines and evidence-based interventions as its foundation. Seriously ill patients may require palliative care, which is synonymous with supportive care. Acute care nurses may not be proficient in providing holistic supportive care for patients with life-limiting illness. At a 670-bed public acute care hospital, palliative care consultation re...

Matrix metalloproteinase expression is altered in the small and large intestine following fractionated radiation in vivo.

Radiotherapy-induced gut toxicity (RIGT) is associated with significant diarrhoea, pain and rectal bleeding. Matrix metalloproteinases (MMPs) have been reported to be involved in chemotherapy-induced gut toxicity and RIGT following single-dose irradiation in vivo. We therefore proposed MMPs would be involved in the pathobiology of RIGT following fractionated irradiation.

Patients' experience of lung cancer care coordination: a quantitative exploration.

Improving the coordination of care for people with lung cancer is a health priority. This study aimed to tailor an existing care coordination survey for a lung cancer population, investigate coordination experiences for patients who had received hospital-based treatment and identify any factors that may be associated with poor care coordination.

Examining potential gaps in supportive medication use for US and foreign-born Hispanic women with breast cancer.

Compared to non-Hispanic Whites, Hispanic women are more likely to report pain, depression, and other mental health concerns. However, little is known about Hispanic women's use of supportive medications, and whether use differs depending on nativity (US- vs. foreign-born). This study's objectives were to examine patterns of supportive medication use and investigate potential differences by ethnicity/nativity among women with breast cancer.

Developing innovative models of care for cancer survivors: use of implementation science to guide evaluation of appropriateness and feasibility.

Limited understanding of factors affecting uptake and outcomes of different cancer survivorship care models hampers implementation of best practices. We conducted a formative evaluation of stakeholder-perceived acceptability and feasibility of an embedded primary care provider (PCP) survivorship care model.

Letter to the editor-comments on Kleckner et al. (2018) "Effects of exercise during chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy: a multicenter, randomized controlled trial".

Economic evaluation of a person-centred care intervention in head and neck oncology: results from a randomized controlled trial.

Head and neck cancer and its treatment deteriorate quality of life, but symptoms improve with person-centred care. We examined the cost-effectiveness of a person-centred care intervention versus standard medical care.

Sleep evaluation by questionnaires and actigraphy in patients with cancer.

Relationships between supportive care needs and perceived burden in breast cancer survivor-caregiver dyads.

While burden in cancer caregivers is high and associated with poor outcomes, little is known about significance of specific supportive care needs' domains in determining survivors' or caregivers' perceived caregiver burden. This cross-sectional study explored which domains of survivor- and caregiver-reported supportive care needs were most associated with survivor- and caregiver-reported caregiver burden, in breast cancer survivor-caregiver dyads. Cancer survivors (N = 55) and their caregivers (N = 44) ...

Parental severity assessment predicts supportive care in infant bronchiolitis.

In infants with acute bronchiolitis, the precision of parental disease severity assessment is unclear. We aimed to determine if parental assessment at the time of hospitalisation predicted the use of supportive care, and subsequently determine the likelihood that the infant with acute bronchiolitis would receive supportive care.

Impact of radiation-induced nausea and vomiting on quality of life.

Radiotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting is a common side effect of radiotherapy. It is well-established that nausea and vomiting have a negative impact on quality of life, but the relative influence of each of symptom is infrequently reported. This study aimed to compare the effects of nausea and vomiting on quality of life in cancer patients receiving palliative radiotherapy.

Acupuncture for cancer-related fatigue in lung cancer patients: methodological and statistical issues.

The Unmet Supportive Care Needs of Arab Australian and Arab Jordanian Cancer Survivors: An International Comparative Survey.

Research exploring the unmet supportive care needs of Arab cancer survivors is limited, with most conducted with immigrant groups. No study has compared the unmet supportive care needs of immigrant Arab cancer survivors with Arab cancer survivors living in their native country.

Inter-professional, psycho-social intervention to facilitate resilience and reduce supportive care needs for patients with cancer: Results of a non-comparative, randomized phase II trial.

We developed two intensity levels of a complex intervention for inter-professional supportive care in cancer (IPSC-C) to facilitate resilience and reduce unmet supportive care needs. We aimed to test the feasibility, acceptability and preliminary effectiveness of both intensity levels in routine practice.

Diagnostic-driven antifungal approach in neutropenic patients at high risk for chronic disseminated candidiasis: preliminary observations on the role of 1,3-β-D-glucan antigenemia and multiphasic contrast-enhanced computed tomography.

Medication-related osteonecrosis of the jaw incidence in patients exposed concomitantly to bone resorption inhibitors and vascular endothelial growth factor receptor tyrosine kinase inhibitors: is it generalizable to all solid tumors?

Intravenous vitamin C in the supportive care of cancer patients: a review and rational approach.

This article reviews intravenous vitamin C (IV C) in cancer care and offers a rational approach to enable medical oncologists and integrative practitioners to safely provide IV C combined with oral vitamin C to patients. The use of IV C is a safe supportive intervention to decrease inflammation in the patient and to improve symptoms related to antioxidant deficiency, disease processes, and side effects of standard cancer treatments. A proposed rationale, together with relevant clinical safety considerations...

Increasing Information Dissemination in Cancer Communication: Effects of Using "Palliative," "Supportive," or "Hospice" Care Terminology.

When attempting to share information about comfort-oriented care, many use "palliative," "supportive," and "hospice" care terminology interchangeably, but we lack evidence about the effects of using these different terms.

Perineural Low-Dose Dexamethasone Prolongs Interscalene Block Analgesia With Bupivacaine Compared With Systemic Dexamethasone: A Randomized Trial.

Perineural dexamethasone and intravenous (IV) dexamethasone have been shown to prolong peripheral nerve block duration. The effects of perineural and IV dexamethasone have only been compared at doses of 4 mg or greater. This triple-blind, randomized trial examined the effect of 1 mg IV versus perineural dexamethasone on interscalene block (ISB) analgesia duration.

Peer support opportunities across the cancer care continuum: a systematic scoping review of recent peer-reviewed literature.

Evidence suggests peer support (PS) is as an effective strategy for enhancing prevention and control of chronic and infectious diseases, including cancer. This systematic scoping review examines the range and variety of interventions on the use of PS across the cancer care continuum.

The codesign of an interdisciplinary team-based intervention regarding initiating palliative care in pediatric oncology.

Children with advanced cancer are often not referred to palliative or hospice care before they die or are only referred close to the child's death. The goals of the current project were to learn about pediatric oncology team members' perspectives on palliative care, to collaborate with team members to modify and tailor three separate interdisciplinary team-based interventions regarding initiating palliative care, and to assess the feasibility of this collaborative approach.


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