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8 Item(s) found for:  Cancer Center/Department of Radiation Oncology 

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Anesthesia discharge instructions: For parents of children receiving anesthesia or sedation   English
Abstract: This handout gives instructions for parents to follow after their child has received anesthesia or sedation for radiation simulation, CT scan, MRI scan, or radiation treatment.
Author: Cancer Center/Department of Radiation Oncology
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2008
UWMC Dept: Cancer Center/Department of Radiation Oncology
Revised Date: 5/2008
Interstitial breast brachytherapy: A new treatment option for breast cancer being offered   English
Abstract: This booklet explains the difference between brachytherapy and standard radiation treatments. Information is given about the procedure, treatment, expected side effects and post-treatment care.
Author: Cancer Center/Department of Radiation Oncology
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2003
UWMC Dept: Cancer Center/Department of Radiation Oncology
Revised Date: 3/2006
Medicines for patients with radiation to the head and neck   English
Abstract: This handout describes medicines to help with mouth care and to ease the pain that occurs during radiation treatments to the head and neck.
Author: Cancer Center/Department of Radiation Oncology
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2001
UWMC Dept: Cancer Center/Department of Radiation Oncology
Revised Date: 2/2012
Radiation to the chest: What you should know   English Korean Russian Spanish Vietnam
Abstract: This handout lists the most comon side effects that occur for patients having radiation to their chest. Many tips are provided to help minimize or manage side effects.
Author: Cancer Center/Department of Radiation Oncology
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2001
UWMC Dept: Cancer Center/Department of Radiation Oncology
Revised Date: 5/2015
Radiation to the head and neck: Side effects and self-care   English Korean Russian Spanish Vietnam
Abstract: This handout lists the most common side effects during radiation to the head and neck. It gives many tips to help minimize or manage these side effects.
Author: Cancer Center/Department of Radiation Oncology
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 1998
UWMC Dept: Cancer Center/Department of Radiation Oncology
Revised Date: 4/2013
Radiation to the pelvis: What you should know   English Korean Russian Spanish Vietnam
Abstract: This handout lists the most common side effects during radiation to the pelvis. Many tips are provided to help minimize or manage side effects.
Author: Cancer Center/Department of Radiation Oncology
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2001
UWMC Dept: Cancer Center/Department of Radiation Oncology
Revised Date: 2/2012
When your child receives anesthesia for radiation treatment: How to prepare   English
Abstract: This handout provides information about anesthesia or sedation used for pediatric radiation oncology patients. The pre-anesthesia visit, side effects, fasting, transport, the role of the parents, post-treatment activity and nutritional needs are covered, as well as when to call the doctor or 9-1-1.
Author: Cancer Center/Department of Radiation Oncology
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2003
UWMC Dept: Cancer Center/Department of Radiation Oncology
Revised Date: 12/2011
Your radiation treatment: Information for patients and families   Chinese English
Abstract: This handout gives details about UWMC's Cancer Center, members of the radiation care team, and what to expect during a consult, nurse visit, treatment planning visit, and radiation treatments. Includes contact information for questions and concerns, and symptoms that require a call to the radiation nurse.
Author: Radiation Oncology
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2011
UWMC Dept: Radiation Oncology
Revised Date: 5/2015
 
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