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👩‍🏫 e-class | Dr. Harada's oncology e-class 2


━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━ Chemotherapy that clinicians need to know Basic knowledge of anticancer drug treatment ━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━ I don't think there are many opportunities to systematically learn basic knowledge about tumors in daily medical practice. It can be difficult to learn from experts and get the correct answer. Tumors are increasingly encountered in general medical practice. What are the symptoms, what treatments are available, and what are the risks and side effects? In addition to introducing secondary care, we can also explain diagnosis and treatment, and alleviate pet owners' concerns, which will benefit patients even more. ━━━ the purpose ━━━ Acquire correct knowledge about chemotherapy and be able to perform correct tumor treatment ━━━━━━━━━━━━━━ About anticancer drug treatment and side effects ━━━━━━━━━━━━━━ The three major treatments for tumors are surgery, radiation therapy, and anticancer drug therapy. Of these, there are only a limited number of medical institutions that can provide surgery and radiation therapy, but anticancer drug treatment can be performed if you have the medicine and knowledge. Regarding anti-cancer drug treatment, lecturer Dr. Kei Harada says, ``It's better if you can do it, but you shouldn't shoulder all the burden.'' In order to reduce the burden on patients, it would be better if there were more medical institutions that could do it, but experience and skill are needed to ``make side effects less likely to occur'' and ``actually deal with side effects.'' ━━━━━━ Lecturer introduction ━━━━━━ ◎Mr. Kei Harada Director of the Second Oncology Department, Japan Small Animal Medical Center, Public Interest Incorporated Foundation ━━━━━━━━━ Recommended for these people ━━━━━━━━━ ・Veterinarians who want to confidently administer a variety of chemotherapy treatments. ・Veterinarians who want to start using chemotherapy. ・Veterinarians who want to provide evidence-based education on chemotherapy.



👩‍🏫 eクラス|腫瘍学eClass Ⅱ, ¥98,000



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