Comparing the Incidence of Acute Phase Reactions in Patients with Advanced Cancer and Bone Metastases or Muliple Myeloma Following Treatment with Denosumab or Zoledronic Acid: Results from a Combined Analysis of Three Phase 3 Randomized Trials

Patients with advanced cancers and bone metastases are at long-term risk for skeletal complications including the skeletal-related events (SREs) of radiation or surgery to bone, pathologic fracture, and spinal cord compression. Oncology nurses have the ability to provide proactive patient care by educating patients on SREs and the treatments available.

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Work Title Comparing the Incidence of Acute Phase Reactions in Patients with Advanced Cancer and Bone Metastases or Muliple Myeloma Following Treatment with Denosumab or Zoledronic Acid: Results from a Combined Analysis of Three Phase 3 Randomized Trials
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Creators
  1. J Buechel
  2. H Polderdijk
  3. S Harrelson
  4. N Singh
  5. L Zhou
  6. T Maniar
  7. Cynthia Campbell-Baird
Keyword
  1. Penn State Hershey Nursing
  2. Bone Metastases
  3. Advanced Cancer
License All rights reserved
Work Type Poster
Publication Date May 2012
Subject
  1. Bone Metastases
  2. Advanced Cancer
  3. Acute Phase Reactions
Deposited November 18, 2013

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