Putting Evidence Into Practice: Chemotherapy-Induced Nausea and Vomiting Resource
Chemotherapy-Induced Nausea and Vomiting (CINV) is one of the most common symptoms suffered by patients with cancer, and has been detailed in a wide selection of literature – from journal articles to book chapters – including a book chapter in Putting Evidence Into Practice: Improving Oncology Patient Outcomes.
You can now access the latest findings and information on CINV in the newly updated and revised Putting Evidence Into Practice: Improving Oncology Patient Outcomes - Chemotherapy-Induced Nausea and Vomiting Resource.
Written by Margaret M. Irwin, PhD, RN, MN, Jiyeon Lee, PhD, RN, Cheryl Rodgers, PhD, RN, CPNP, CPON®, Patty Star, RN, MSN, OCN®, and Joan Ralph Webber, RN, MSN, CNS, CRNI, OCN®, this new resource collects content from the CINV chapter in Putting Evidence Into Practice: Improving Oncology Patient Outcomes, first published in 2009, combined with new details and research on the topic. The resource includes:
•Updated pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic evidence for CINV through April 2011
•Information regarding prevention, survivorship, and late effects and areas for research
•Comprehensive synthesis of response rates for acute and delayed CINV with specific antiemetic regimens as found in the research in an easy-to-use table format
•Information about risk factors for CINV
•Research in some pediatric cases
Whether you are interested in updating your ONS PEP resources or new to PEP and need information on CINV, you’ll want to add this resource to your nursing library!