Cancer (Antineoplastic) Medications – Pharmacology (Pharm) – Immune System – @Level Up RN

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Common side effects associated with many or all cancer (antineoplastic) medications. The following specific cancer medications: doxorubicin, vincristine, cyclophosphamide, leuprolide, tamoxifen, and interferon alpha-2b.

Cathy Parkes BSN, RN, CWCN, PHN covers Cancer (Antineoplastic) Medications. The Pharmacology (Pharm) – Immune System video tutorial series is intended to help RN and PN nursing students study for your nursing school exams, including the ATI, HESI and NCLEX.

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0:00 What to Expect
0:29 Common Side Effects
2:16 Doxorubicin
2:34 Side Effects
2:51 Nursing Care
3:03 Memory Trick
3:34 Vincristine
3:49 Side Effects
4:04 Memory Trick
4:29 Cyclophosphamide
4:43 Side Effects
5:53 Nursing Care
5:24 Interferon Alpha-2b
5:47 Side Effects
6:27 Nursing Care
6:37 Memory Trick
6:48 Quiz Time!

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Madison Boles says:

"cyc-lo-pho" = "cyst-foe" (foe of the bladder)
like the bladder asking "friend or foe?". I don't know if that will help anyone, but that's how I remember cyclophosphamide

Dream Making says:

Let’s cure cancer it needs To be done

Briahna says:

Your vids were so helpful to me for pharmacology!! Thank you so much for doing this!

Allison Stall says:

Just think CY for CYstitis and CY for CYclophosphamide.

Sarah says:

I like to remember cyclophosphamide like cyclo- is kind of like a cycle in a washing machine, you need water just like you need plenty of water to prevent hemorrhagic cystitis

Victor Hernandez says:

You only wen through 4 medications. Not 6.

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