Lymphoma - Lymphoma/Leukemia General Risk Factors Genetic...

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Lymphoma/Leukemia General Risk Factors Genetic damage o Ionizing radiation Drug and chemical exposure o Benzenes o Alkylating agents Genetics? Viruses Screening for Heme Cancers None Leukemia Cell Types Leukemia o Acute Lynphocytic Leukemia o Acute Myelocytic Leukemia o Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia o Chronic Myelocytic Leukemia Leukemia S/Sx Fatigue, weakness Enlarged lymph nodes Bleeding, bruising, petechiae Infection that doesn’t heal, fever Upper abdominal pain or feeling of fullness Leukemia Diagnosis CBC Bone marrow aspiration and biopsy Leukemia Treatment Chemo o Induction o Intensification o Consolidation o Maintenance Radiation Nursing Diagnoses Risk for Infection (Chart 33-9, p898) Risk for Injury (Chart 33-10, p902) Activity Intolerance Fatigue Impaired oral mucous membranes Impaired nutrition: less than body requirements Anxiety Risk for disturbed body image 1
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