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Consensus Regarding Multiple-Day and Rescue Antiemetic Therapy

  • Pieter H. M. De Mulder
  • Fausto Roila
  • Mark G. Kris
  • Michel M. Marty
Conference paper

Abstract

Different forms of moderately and highly emetogenic cancer chemotherapy that are administered over several days per cycle are discussed with reference to the most efficacious antiemetic therapy. Both preventive and rescue antiemetic therapy are considered.

Keywords

Complete Protection Emetogenic Chemotherapy Antiemetic Therapy Extrapyramidal Side Effect Oral Cyclophosphamide 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Pieter H. M. De Mulder
  • Fausto Roila
  • Mark G. Kris
  • Michel M. Marty

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