The prevention and management of acute skin reactions related to radiation therapy: a systematic review and practice guideline

@article{Bolderston2006ThePA,
  title={The prevention and management of acute skin reactions related to radiation therapy: a systematic review and practice guideline},
  author={A. Bolderston and N. Lloyd and R. Wong and L. Holden and L. Robb-Blenderman and and the Supportive Care Guidelines Group of Cancer Car Care},
  journal={Supportive Care in Cancer},
  year={2006},
  volume={14},
  pages={802-817}
}
  • A. Bolderston, N. Lloyd, +3 authors and the Supportive Care Guidelines Group of Cancer Car Care
  • Published 2006
  • Medicine
  • Supportive Care in Cancer
  • Goals of workTo develop a practice guideline report on the questions: What are the optimal methods to prevent acute skin reactions (occurring within the first 6 months of irradiation) related to radiation therapy? What are the optimal methods to manage acute skin reactions related to radiation therapy?Materials and methodsCancer Care Ontario’s Supportive Care Guidelines Group (SCGG) conducted a systematic review of literature on this topic. Evidence-based recommendations were formulated to… CONTINUE READING
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