AAHA offices are closed due to a special staff function from 1-5pm MDT on June 24. We will resume regular business hours on Monday, June 27.

Search Results for “”

Showing 1-10 of 14

Diagnosis of Tumor Type

Cytology provides information based on the microscopic appearance of individual cells. Fine-needle sampling, which may or may not involve aspiration, can be performed safely for themajority of external tumors, without sedation or anesthesia.

Diagnostic staging

Diagnostic staging is a mainstay of oncology case management. Staging is the process of determining the extent of local disease and the presence or absence of regional or distant metastasis

Follow-up care

Guidelines have been developed to avoid arbitrary decisions in assessing therapeutic response.

Patient Safety and Extravasation

The importance of attention to appropriate safety precautions in handling hazardous drug (HD) preparations in the clinic setting cannot be overemphasized.

Client support and communication

Good communication skills are a key component of a successful practice. Oncology cases raise the bar by placing a premium on the clinician’s ability to engage and empathize with the owner of a cancer patient.

Refine Results


AAHA initiatives

keyboard_arrow_down keyboard_arrow_up

Medical

keyboard_arrow_down keyboard_arrow_up