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Infections in Cancer Chemotherapy
A Symposium Held at the Institute Jules Bordet, Brussels, Belgium
1st Edition - January 1, 1976
Author: J. Klastersky
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Infections in Cancer Chemotherapy is a collection of paper that details the advancement in the understanding of infections in chemotherapy. The coverage of the text includes… Read more
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Infections in Cancer Chemotherapy is a collection of paper that details the advancement in the understanding of infections in chemotherapy. The coverage of the text includes aggressive cancer treatment and its role in predisposing to infection; diagnosis of infection in patients with cancer; and non-bacterial infections associated with neoplastic disease. The selection also tackles the protocol for an international prospective trial of initial therapy regimens in neutropenic patients with malignant disease; and the use of gnotobiotics in hematology in improving acute leukemia treatment. The book will be of great interest to oncologists and hematologists.
Protocol for an International Prospective Trial of Initial Therapy Regimens in Neutropenic Patients with Malignant Disease
Prospective Randomly-controlled Trial of Three Antibiotic Combinations for Empirical Therapy of Suspected Sepsis in Neutropenic Cancer Patients
Aggressive Cancer Treatment and its Role in Predisposing to Infection
Causes of Death in Acute Non-lymphocytic Leukemia
Diagnosis of Infection in Patients with Cancer
Gram-negative Rod Bacteremia in Cancer Patients. A Review with Emphasis on the Antibody Response
Gnotobiotics in Hematology: Improvement of Treatment of Acute Leukemia
Analysis of Studies on Protected Environments and Prophylactic Antibiotics in Adult Acute Leukemia
Neutrophils Collection and Transfusion for the Treatment of Infection in Neutropenic Patients
Non-bacterial Infections Associated with Neoplastic Disease