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Betty Care Cancer Case Study

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Betty has recently been diagnosed with Colorectal cancer and has undergone a series of treatments for her disease. Following surgery and chemotherapy, Betty experiences severe nausea and vomiting. Throughout Betty's diagnosis and treatment for bowel cancer, she will have a number of health professionals involved in her care. Betty is but one of many people each year diagnosed with bowel cancer, and these statistics are expected to increase with cancer diagnoses on the increase worldwide. Considering these issues answer the following questions:

  1. Discuss the assessments the registered nurse would need to complete in regards to Betty's nausea and vomiting, including a discussion on ONE associated nausea and vomiting assessment tool that would be applicable to Betty.
  2. Recommend two health care team members (other than nurses and doctors) to be involved in Betty's care in the community and discuss their primary role in the management of Betty's condition.
  3. Briefly outline the incidence of skin and bowel cancer within Australia and identify the key health promotion and prevention strategies that are in place to address skin and bowel cancer as public health issues.
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  • Posted on : August 17th, 2022
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