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By Alessandro Franciscon doctor
Sara C Erridge, Marie McCabe, Mandy K Porter, Patricia Simpson, Alison L Stillie
This audit was conducted before and after introduction of a risk-based skincare policy with prophylactic steroids recommended for those at high risk. Comparison of the two cohorts confirmed results seen in trials with significant reduction in redness, itch, discomfort, sleep disturbance, and use of analgesia with the addition of steroids.
July 14, 2016: Radiotherapy and Oncology: Journal of the European Society for Therapeutic Radiology and Oncology
Jan Th M Jansen, Johan J Broerse, Johannes Zoetelief, Claudia Klein, Heinrich M Seegenschmiedt
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: To estimate risk on fatal tumour induction in patients by radiotherapy of benign diseases at various body sites, including heterotopic ossification, omarthritis, gonarthrosis, heel spurs and hidradenitis suppurativa. MATERIAL AND METHODS: The carcinogenic risk is estimated by applying the effective dose concept from the ICRP with the average risk factor of 10% per Sv for high dose and high dose rate. Although, the concept of effective dose for the present study has limitations, its use is considered acceptable for a fairly rough risk estimate...
September 2005: Radiotherapy and Oncology: Journal of the European Society for Therapeutic Radiology and Oncology
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