Nursing is a keystone of patient care, including regarding cancer. In oncology, nursing is part of a multidisciplinary team that monitors treatment from the beginning. Nurses identify signs of adverse reactions, ensuring interventions. Find out more.
Nursing professionals are a keystone of multidisciplinary teams: they monitor a patient’s oncology treatment from the start, being responsible for their medication procedures. As such, they spend a considerable amount of time in contact with patients and their families. They are deeply aware of their stories, struggles and peculiarities. Oncology nurses have the technical qualification to identify drug reactions during infusion, ensuring immediate, assertive interventions.
The nursing teams on Oncoclinicas Group are staffed by highly qualified professionals, offering high quality, personalized, welcoming care, giving patients full attention before, during and after treatment. Our nurses receive technical training on regular updates in their area, and Oncoclinicas Group offers the best equipment, subsidizing the best assistance practices and ensuring our patients’ comfort and safety.
Assistance provided by nursing professionals is constant in the journey against cancer, helping patients to understand their illness and their treatment, and to experience every stage in their recovery. This care also extends to family and caregivers, who receive orientation and necessary information as to ensure outpatient care will be committed to achieving the best possible results and establishing routine after medical discharge.
Understand how other specialists, aside from oncology doctors, act during cancer treatment:
- Psychology on cancer treatment
- Nutrition on cancer treatment
- Pharmacy on cancer treatment
- Clinical pharmacy on cancer treatment
- Physical therapy on cancer treatment
- Stomatology on cancer treatment
- Dentistry on cancer treatment
- Dermatology on cancer treatment