Hazardous Drugs and Reproductive Effects: Understanding the Risks
Nurses may not be aware of the reproductive risks of exposure to hazardous drugs, but the new USP Chapter requires a formal notification process.
Eye-Opener: Understanding Invisible Hazardous Drug Exposure
The chances are high that hazardous drug residue exists wherever the drugs are present. What can nurses do to reduce their risks?
New Safety Requirements for Nurses Handling Antineoplastic Agents
Nurses may think that if they are careful, their routine drug administration activities will not result in hazardous drug leaking and exposure, but even small leaks are problematic.
Attitude Shift: Making Safe Handling of Hazardous Drugs a Priority
Despite the warnings, adherence to safe handling precautions by healthcare practitioners is uneven; understanding the risks are essential.
Olanzapine Significantly Reduces CINV in Patients Receiving MEC
Reimagining Frailty Screenings in Head and Neck Cancer
Screening for Pain and Depression is Not Enough in Cancer Care
Niraparib-Based Triplet Therapy Offers OS Advantage in BRCA1/2+ mCRPC
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