Oral Mucositis: Addressing the Causes, Challenges, and Clinical Management

Carrie F. Daly, MS, RN, AOCN®, Rush University Medical Center

Annette M. Quinn, MSN, RN, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center

Oral mucositis remains one of the most painful and debilitating side effects of cancer therapy. A working knowledge of the risk factors for oral mucositis and oral cavity assessment protocols is essential to early identification of signs and symptoms in high-risk patients. The use of evidence-based guidelines and patient education will facilitate symptom management and supportive care strategies designed to avoid reductions, delays, or discontinuation of cancer treatment.

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Oral Mucositis: Addressing the Causes, Challenges, and Clinical Management

Carrie F. Daly, MS, RN, AOCN®, and Annette M. Quinn, MSN, RN

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