Nursing Care of the Client with Cancer Nursing Diagnoses for Clients with Cancer A. Anxiety 1. Whether you’re giving chemo to patients or not. The purpose of this activity is to enable the learner to acquire a better understanding of the field of oncology nursing, outlining the role, responsibilities, and professional performance of the oncology infusion nurse in the administration of chemotherapy. – A free PowerPoint PPT presentation (displayed as a Flash slide show) on PowerShow.com - id: 3bd00b-MzU4Z As part of a research effort directed at identifying specific nursing activities related to the subsequent health status of the patient, this study explored relationships between selected nursing activities and patient outcomes for the oncology patient who was receiving chemotherapy. Therapeutic interactions with client and family; community resources such as American Cancer Society, “I Can Cope” 2. Disturbed Body Image 1. CHEMO-SUPPORT is a nursing intervention aimed at reducing symptom burden of chemotherapy using coaching, brochures, and access to online or on-call nursing services. Chemotherapy-is the use of chemicals to treat disease.-Paul Erlich, considered to be the father of chemotherapy, The drugs used in cancer treatment vary in their chemical structure , biological side effects and toxicities. So this really is … NURSING CARE OF PATIENTS RECEIVING CHEMOTHERAPY Ranjita Rajesh Lecturer People s College of Nursing Bhopal Chemotherapy is the use of chemicals to treat disease. They get in car accidents and they break limbs. The study was correlational in design and descriptive in nature. Remember even a nurse who doesn’t take care of oncology patients is going to see patients with cancer because cancer patients have heart attacks. NURSING CARE OF PATIENTS RECEIVING CHEMOTHERAPY. Availability of community resources for terminally ill (Hospice care in-patient, home care) B.