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Handbook of Cancer Emergencies

Author(s): Mark A. Marinella, MD, FACP, CNSP
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  • ISBN-13: 9780763769895
  • Paperback    414 pages      © 2010
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The Handbook of Cancer Emergencies is a portable, up-to-date, comprehensive guide to the most common oncologic emergencies, acute medical disorders, and treatment-related complications that can occur with malignancy. Topics covered include cardiac tamponade, spinal cord compression, hypercalcemia, and all other major emergent disorders seen in the cancer patient. This easy-to-use, affordable, quick reference is an essential resource not only for oncologists/hematologists, but also for physicians and healthcare professionals of varying specialties who provide day-to-day patient care.

 

Chapter  1  Cardiac tamponade
Chapter  2  Anthracycline cardiomyopathy
Chapter  3  5-flurouracil cardiotoxicity
Chapter  4  Complete atrioventricular block
Chapter  5  Torsades de pointes
Chapter  6  Superior vena cava syndrome
Chapter  7  Marantic endocarditis
Chapter  8  Venous gas embolism
Chapter  9  Tracheoinnominate fistula
Chapter  10  Acute pulmonary embolism
Chapter  11  Pulmonary tumor embolism
Chapter  12  Lymphangitic carcinomatosis
Chapter  13  Acute radiation pneumonitis
Chapter  14  Diffuse alveolar hemorrhage
Chapter  15  Invasive pulmonary aspergillosis
Chapter  16  Transfusion-associated acute lung injury
Chapter  17  Pneumothorax
Chapter  18  Spontaneous hemothorax
Chapter  19  Reexpansion pulmonary edema
Chapter  20  Tracheoesophageal fistula
Chapter  21  Gastrointestinal bleeding
Chapter  22  Ileus and intestinal pseudo-obstruction
Chapter  23  Small and large bowel obstruction
Chapter  24  Gastrointestinal perforation
Chapter  25  Typhlitis
Chapter  26  Pseudomembranous colitis
Chapter  27  Fulminant hepatic failure
Chapter  28  Ascending cholangitis
Chapter  29  Acute pancreatitis
Chapter  30  Hepatic tumor rupture
Chapter  31  Spinal cord compression
Chapter  32  Intracerebral hemorrhage
Chapter  33  Status epilepticus
Chapter  34  Cerebral infarction and stroke
Chapter  35  Reversible posterior leukoencephalopathy syndrome
Chapter  36  Acute renal failure
Chapter  37  Obstructive uropathy
Chapter  38  Hemorrhagic cystitis
Chapter  39  Priapism
Chapter  40  Fournier’s gangrene
Chapter  41  Acute adrenal insufficiency
Chapter  42  Hypoglycemia
Chapter  43  Hypercalcemia
Chapter  44  Hyponatremia
Chapter  45  Tumor lysis syndrome
Chapter  46  Refeeding syndrome
Chapter  47  Diabetes insipidus
Chapter  48  Lactic acidosis
Chapter  49  Hyperammonemia
Chapter  50  Disseminated intravascular coagulation
Chapter  51  Thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura
Chapter  52  Heparin-induced thrombocytopenia
Chapter  53  Hyperviscosity syndrome
Chapter  54  Hyperleukocytosis syndrome
Chapter  55  Retinoic acid syndrome
Chapter  56  Acquired hemophilia
Chapter  57  Acute hemolytic transfusion reaction
Chapter  58  Bone marrow necrosis
Chapter  59  Transfusion-associated graft-versus-host-disease
Chapter  60  Overwhelming post-splenectomy infection
Chapter  61  Disseminated candidiasis
Chapter  62  Rhinocerebral mucormycosis
Chapter  63  Acute infectious meningitis
Chapter  64  Infectious encephalitis
Chapter  65  Perirectal abscess
Chapter  66  Ecthyma gangrenosum
Chapter  67  Vibrio vulnificus sepsis
Chapter  68  Clostridium septicum spontaneous myonecrosis
Chapter  69  Streptococcus bovis endocarditis
Chapter  70  Transfusion transmitted bacteremia
Chapter  71  Pneumocystis jiroveci (carinii) pneumonia
Chapter  72  Hypersensitivity reactions to anti-cancer drugs
Chapter  73  Chemotherapy extravasation
Chapter  74  Neuroleptic malignant syndrome
Chapter  75  Acquired methemoglobinemia

Mark A. Marinella, MD, FACP, CNSP

  • From the foreward:

    “This text deserves its small-footprint place in the library of any who provide medical care to cancer patients.”

    Michael A. Baumann, MD
    Professor of Medicine
    Chief, Division of Hematology/Oncology
    Boonshoft School of Medicine
    Wright State University
    Dayton, OH

     

    “Mark Marinella’s book covers how to recognize, diagnose, and treat a broad range of acute illnesses that occur in cancer patients. The contents reflect his extensive knowledge and expertise working in both the fields of hospital medicine and hematology/oncology. This text should be very useful for all clinical members on the cancer care team, both cancer specialists and non-specialists alike, for the ultimate benefit of cancer patients and their families.”

    W. Scott Richardson, MD
    Professor of Medicine
    Campus Associate Dean for Curriculum
    MCG/UGA Medical Partnership Campus
    Athens, GA