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Bladder Cancer and Renal Cancer

  • Bente Thoft JensenEmail author
  • Susanne Vahr Lauridsen
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Part of the Principles of Specialty Nursing book series (PSN)

Abstract

This chapter aims to summarize the current evidence base on pre- and postoperative nursing interventions in surgical uro-oncological care focusing on the core cancer continuum of care from diagnose to entering the survivorship phase. Enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS) is a multimodal approach aiming to enhance physical, nutritional, and psychological recovery in anticipation of surgery, mitigate the burden of disease, facilitate the return of patient health status to baseline values, and decrease postoperative morbidity. This chapter will describe the significant role of evidence-based nursing care in bladder and renal cancer surgery within an ERAS context.

Keywords

Muscle invasive bladder cancer Renal cancer Radical cystectomy Nephrectomy Prehabilitation Rehabilitation Enhanced recovery pathways Cancer care Survivorship 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Clinical MedicineAarhus University & Chair of Bladder Cancer SIG-Group, European Association of Urology NursesAarhusDenmark
  2. 2.Department of UrologyCopenhagen University Hospital & Chair of the European Association of Urology NursesCopenhagenDenmark

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