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Cancer-Matrix Manual The Cancer-Matrix represents the most effective compilation of scientific treatment regimens for the uniform cancer treatments with existing chemotherapy agents and adjuvant therapy. The treatment of choice is based on TNM system and classification and staging of cancer. It is an efficient and precise reference guide with detailed administrative instructions of the drugs accompanied in some cases either with post- or adjuvant radiation therapy. This is a helpful tool with detailed delivery of clinical applications of the current chemotherapy agents alone or with adjuvant radiation therapy.
The Cancer-Matrix Treatment Manual is an invaluable compilation of the most effective (e.g., response, 3 & 5 years survival rates, clinical toxicity, with inclusion of SPIKES protocol for breaking bad news and guidelines for management of nausea, diarrhea, and pain) existing drugs for treatment of all cancer cell lines based on scientific findings/papers gathered from the peer reviewed journals, and articles presented in national and international conferences.
It is printed pocket sized enabling the medical professionals in the field of cancer to retrieve the treatment information quickly. The new 4th edition will feature substantial changes with updated treatment algorithm and radiation and chemo-radiation regimens in all disease sites.
The treatment of choice is based on TNM system and classification and staging of cancer.
The new 4 edition of Cancer-Matrix will feature following changes:
1. New title and new cover design: Cancer-Matrix Treatment Manual. 2. Updated radiation and chemo-radiation regimens in all disease sites. 3. Updated Cancer-Matrix treatment algorithms. 4. Targeted agents and clinical trials. 5. Hematology 6. Orphan disease such as thymoma, neuroendocrine tumor, hepatocellular cancer. 7. New dimension of 4th edition will be 25% smaller and the staging, treatment and algorithm on each disease site will be uniformly coded with same color along plus their respective ICD.This is an excellent reference source for daily clinical practice for the professionals in field of Medical Oncology, Radiation Oncology, Hematology, Nursing and useful resource for Nurses in oncology fields, Residency programs, and Medical Students.
Principles & Practice of Clinical Physics & Dosimetry This superbly organized textbook “Principles and Practices of Clinical Physics & Dosimetry ” covers the basic treatment planning concepts which are defined and explained in detail. Following the definition and explanation, the concepts are applied in clinical situations. The detailed step-by-step dose calculation methods and the examples of manual dose distribution planning would especially benefit dosimetrist trainees, radiation therapy students and junior physicists. The comprehensive atlas of dose distribution of every site in the human body would serve as a good reference source for dosimetrists, physicists, radiation oncologists, residents, radiation therapists, and treatment planning system developers. In addition, the dosimetric problems would provide additional practice in problem solving. Furthermore, there are considerable interests in a textbook of dose distribution atlas of every site in the human body. This is such a textbook. This is an invaluable and essential reference for practical overview of standard clinical dosimetry and comprehensive step-by-step/detailed dosimetry set-ups and reviewing all the anatomy sites pertaining to clinical/physics dosimetry dose computation. This textbook should be incorporated in clinical dosimetry field as a teaching guide and complete resource for hands on dosimetry and effective study guide for dosimetrists, radiation oncologists, medical physicists, and radiation therapists. Also, it is an excellent study guide resource for board preparation exams.
A compilation of Radiobiology Practice Examinations This book includes almost one thousand radiobiology questions of A, B, and X format along with informative answers to assist in the preparation for board examinations. This volume is a compilation of questions from 1995 to 1999. The questions from those examinations have been revised, updated, and reorganized into specific topics to make the review process easier.
Radiological Physics (RAPHEX) Examinations for 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998. These practice exams are written each year by the instructors who teach residents radiological physics. They are the best way for residents to test their own knowledge and prepare for their board exams. The exams contain 100 questions each in: 1) general physics; 2) radiation oncology physics; and 3) diagnostic radiology physics. To order, or for more information, click here: RAPHEX Exams for 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998
Compilation of RAPHEX Examinations (1984-1994) Volume 1: Therapy. This book contains RAPHEX exams from 1984 through 1992. Questions and answers were compiled, updated, and checked for accuracy as of May 1994. Also contains the general physics section of these exams. Includes 246 pages and nearly 1,000 questions and answers. To order, or for more information, click here: RAPHEX Compilation Vol. 1
Compilation of RAPHEX Examinations (1984-1994) Volume 2: Diagnostic. This book contains RAPHEX exams from 1984 through 1992. Questions and answers were compiled, updated, and checked for accuracy as of May 1994. Also contains the general physics section of these exams. Includes 300 pages and over 1,000 questions and answers. To order, or for more information, click here: RAPHEX Compilation Vol. 2
Radiobiology Practice Examinations (Rabex) for 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999 2005. Like RAPHEX exams, these are written specifically to help residents prepare for their boards. These exams are written by instructors who teach residents radiobiology. They contain questions on five topics, all of which are applicable to both radiation therapy and diagnostic radiology residents.To order, or for more information, click here: Rabex 2005 Rabex 1999, Rabex 1998, Rabex 1997, Rabex 1996, Rabex 1995, Rabex 2005
Biological Models and Their Applications in Radiation Oncology. This is a very useful little book designed to help residents understand the use, clinical application, and shortcomings of commonly used biological models. To order, or for more information, click here: Biological Models
Therapy Physics Review: Intended for residents, dosimetrists, radiation therapists and junior medical physicists preparing for board certification in radiation oncology, this study guide contains more than 150 practice questions with answers and explanations. To order, or for more information, click here: Therapy Physics Review
Study Guide for Radiation Oncology Physics Board Exams: This is an outline of the fundamentals that every board exam candidate in the field of radiation oncology physics should know. To order, or for more information, click here: Study Guide
The Q Book - The Physics of Radiotherapy X-Rays: Problems and Solutions Authors: Peter Metcalfe et al. This workbook contains approximately 100 questions and model answers, as well as complementary information. The Q Book is organized with the same chapter headings as the textbook and easy -to-use section references guide ou to relevant portions of the text for help in arriving at the solutions. As a companion to the textbook, The Q Book is the authors' guide to an in-depth understanding of this comprdhensive reference. To order, or for more information, click here: The Q Book
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