The Pathophysiologic Process of Pancreatic Cancer
Date of Award
Dr. John Chovan, PhD., DNP, RN, CNP, CNS
Pancreatic Cancer, Palliative Care, Whipple Procedure, Nursing Implications
Medicine and Health Sciences | Nursing
Understanding the pathophysiologic process of Pancreatic Cancer is essential to Advanced Practice Nurses. People with Pancreatic Cancer interact with all types of specialties of Advanced Practice Nurses. Knowing the signs and symptoms and appropriate diagnostic testing helps to provide a quicker diagnosis. Knowing the management and treatment options, ensure the Advanced Practice Nurse can provide the best evidence based care to patients with Pancreatic Cancer. Understanding the pathophysiologic process, and nursing implications can improve patient care in the future.
Cahill, Sarah, "The Pathophysiologic Process of Pancreatic Cancer" (2018). Nursing Student Class Projects (Formerly MSN). 321.