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Which intervention is appropriate?

A client is receiving a radiation implant for the treatment of bladder cancer. 

Asked by Santepro, Last updated: Jul 06, 2020

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ajayrockzzz

Ajayrockzzz

Answered Feb 21, 2020

Monitor the client for signs and symptoms of cystitis.

 

santepro

Santepro

Answered Sep 03, 2018

Monitor the client for signs and symptoms of cystitis

Cystitis is the most common adverse reaction of clients undergoing radiation therapy; symptoms include dysuria. frequency. urgency. and nocturia. Clients with radiation implants require a private room. Urine of clients with radiation implants for bladder cancer should be sent to the radioisotopes lab for monitoring. It is recommended that fluid intake be increased.
 

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