Anaesthetic Considerations for Paediatric oncology (280)
A diagnosis of cancer in a child frequently results in anaesthetic input for diagnostic and treatment procedures. The anaesthetist forms a key part of the multidisciplinary team caring for the child with malignancy. Anaesthesia will be required at all stages of their care including diagnosis, treatment, tumour surveillance and pain management. Knowledge of the physiological effects of the malignant process and its treatment are vital for any anaesthetist involved in the care of such patients.
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