By Michael D. Stubblefield
This new complete reference presents a cutting-edge evaluate of the foundations of melanoma care and most sensible practices for restoring functionality and caliber of lifestyles to melanoma survivors. Authored by way of the various international top melanoma rehabilitation specialists and oncology experts, the foundations part presents primer point discussions of a number of the melanoma kinds and their evaluate and administration. The perform part completely explores the id, assessment, and therapy of particular impairments and disabilities that consequence from melanoma and the remedy of cancer.This groundbreaking quantity allows the total scientific group to supply more advantageous care that leads to a greater caliber of existence for melanoma survivors. gains comprise: Multi-specialty editorship and authorship from physiatry, oncology, actual treatment, occupational therapy,and similar disciplines. specialise in healing administration of cancer-related impairments and issues. In-depth remedy of the scientific, neurologic, musculoskeletal, and normal rehabilitation matters particular to this sufferer inhabitants. (20100503)
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Rusk with encouragement in the rehabilitation of cancer patients. He partnered with Memorial Hospital’s Dr. Herbert Dietz, a surgeon from upstate New York who came to New York City and spent two years studying rehabilitation, especially of cancer patients. Thus, a joint undertaking with Memorial Hospital and the Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine took place, and a cancer rehabilitation program developed in New York City (7). After Dr. Dietz’s retirement, there were difficulties within the program.
Utilization of existing institutions and manpower resources 2. Participation of practicing physicians 3. Regional initiative, planning, and implementation under conditions that encourage innovative approaches and programs 1â•‡The History of Cancer Rehabilitation 4. Cooperation among elements of the health resources in a region 5. Effective linkages between research advances and improved patient care 6. A continuing process of education throughout the career of a physician in bringing the benefits of new knowledge to the patient (9) The regional medical programs were to serve as instruments of synthesis within each region to reinforce the various groups seeking the latest advances in the diagnosis and treatment of these diseases.
Cancer Rehabilitation: Principles and Practice by Michael D. Stubblefield