therapy, and chemotherapy. Treatment depends on the uterine cancer stage, your age, and general health with uterine cancer stage IV as the most extensive and usually caused by the most aggressive type of cancer cells. Support groups are
varied, and many are local. The National Cancer Institute (NCI) can help locate support groups and possible clinical trials that test the newest treatments. Follow-up care is important. Complications can be treated early, and possible cancer recurrence can be diagnosed early. Nursing Management Uterine cancer care at home begins by looking after the patient and meeting their physical and emotional requirements. Palliative care or endometrial cancer treatment at home has shown to be beneficial in different phases of uterine cancer treatment. The key goal of nursing service is to ensure that the patient receives proper treatment and palliative care. A team of in-home doctors and nurses begin your uterine cancer home treatment by visiting your residence and assessing your condition. From nutrition support to administering the appropriate medications and providing mental and emotional support, being comfortable is the utmost importance for you. If uterine cancer is caught early enough radiation, chemotherapy or a hysterectomy may be the only treatments needed and proper care should be given. Assessing the lifestyle is important as
You've reached the end of your free preview.
Want to read both pages?
- Winter '20
- endometrial cancer