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Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia:. An Exercise In Real Life. Jessica Brandt Sarah Palmer Shannon Manning. Neoplastic disorder of the blood and bone marrow Occurs in all age groups Incidence ~10x higher in adults Clinical manifestations often nonspecific Malaise Weakness.

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Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia:

An Exercise In Real Life

Jessica Brandt

Sarah Palmer

Shannon Manning


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  • Unexplained fever

  • Recurrent infections

What is Leukemia?

http://leukemiafundraising.com/shopsite_sc/store/html/index.html?gclid=CO2Zq4jji5ICFRrLiQod-Xa2bw



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Myeloid Leukemias

http://seer.cancer.gov/statfacts/html/clyl.html


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Ching-Hon, P. & Evans, W.E. (2006). Treatment of Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. NEJM, 354, p166-178.

http://seer.cancer.gov/statfacts/html/clyl.html

Lymphoid Leukemias

http://www.emedicine.com/MED/topic937.htm


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Other Related Diseases in the Leukemia Family Lymphoblastic Leukemia. NEJM, 354, p166-178.

http://www.cancer.org/docroot/CRI/content/CRI_2_4_1X_What_are_the_key_statistics_for_multiple_myeloma_30.asp?rnav=cri

http://www.emedicine.com/med/topic2695.htm


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ALL about Lymphoblastic Leukemia. NEJM, 354, p166-178.Pathophysiology…..


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Subtypes of ALL Lymphoblastic Leukemia. NEJM, 354, p166-178.

http://www.cancer.gov

www.fhcrc.org/patient/brandnewlife.html


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What were D.L.’s Signs & Symptoms Lymphoblastic Leukemia. NEJM, 354, p166-178.


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  • Complete Blood Count Lymphoblastic Leukemia. NEJM, 354, p166-178.

    • Elevated WBC’s, Decreased H&H, Platelets

  • Bone marrow biopsy

    • Definitive Diagnosis

  • Spinal tap

    • CNS involvement

  • Cytogenic analysis/

    Immunophenotyping

    • Determine subtype

How was D.L diagnosed?


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Nursing Diagnoses Prior to D.L.’s Treatment Lymphoblastic Leukemia. NEJM, 354, p166-178.


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Prognostic Factors:What are my chances?


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Cranial irradiation is used less often since research indicated it may cause second cancers and late cognitive deficits.

Treatments- long term chemotherapy

Ching-Hon, P. & Evans, W.E. (2006). Treatment of Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. New England Journal of Medicine, 354, p166-178.


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When do patients receive a bone marrow transplant? indicated it may cause second cancers and late cognitive deficits.


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Cost of Treatment indicated it may cause second cancers and late cognitive deficits.

http://www.cancer.org/docroot/MIT/content/MIT_3_2X_Costs_of_Cancer.asp; http://www.benzene-illness.com/html/medical-expenses.html; http://www.jlsfoundation.org/expect/parents.html; http://www.moh.govt.nz/moh.nsf/indexmh/cancercontrol-faqs#23


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Nursing Diagnosis related to Treatment indicated it may cause second cancers and late cognitive deficits.


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Nursing Education – Home Care indicated it may cause second cancers and late cognitive deficits.


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Leukemia affects ALL aspects of life indicated it may cause second cancers and late cognitive deficits.

McGrath, P. Positive outcomes for survivors of haematological malignancies from a spiritual perspective. International Journal of Nursing Practice 2004; 10: 280-91.

McGrath, P. Findings on the impact of treatment for childhood acute lymphoblastic leukaemia on family relationships. Child and Family Social Work 2001; 6: 229-237.


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Case Study: What is it indicated it may cause second cancers and late cognitive deficits.like to live with ALL?

Kevin Evans, a 38 year old RN from Perth, Australia was encouraged to write of his experiences while having treatment for ALL. He is married and a father of a 9 and 12 year old boy.

You will be the nurse caring for Kevin from his initial diagnosis to the end of his treatment 2 years later.


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#1: indicated it may cause second cancers and late cognitive deficits.If you were the nurse in the room during his diagnosis, what are 3 interventions you could implement for Kevin?

#2: At the time of diagnosis, what are 3 immediate interventions you could implement for his family?

#3: What services or policies might you want in place in your clinic or hospital to assist patients during the diagnosis phase of cancer treatment?

#4: Name some resources either that you would suggest to the family or that you could use as a nurse to learn about ALL (can be online, books, organizations)

#5: What emotions might you expect Kevin and his family to be experiencing?

A

Diagnosis


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Set aside the technical aspects of nursing for a moment and reflect on your experiences as a student nurse.

Identify times when giving of your self was the most therapeutic intervention.

B

Admission


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#1: reflect on your experiences as a student nurse. Identify 3 coping strategies you could suggest to Kevin during procedures.

#2: Identify 3 coping strategies for dealing with complications.

#3: What stress might Kevin have as a father of two sons (12yo & 9yo) in this situation and how can you as a nurse help him manage it?

#4: Do you as a nurse support alternative therapies? Is this in conflict with your personal views? How might you go about supporting alternative therapies in a professional setting?

#5: Discuss the experience Kevin had with oxygen masks in the ER. How would you have handled the situation? Does this change your approach to potentially frightening patient experiences?

C

Nursing Care beyond the hospital setting


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#1: reflect on your experiences as a student nurse. Discuss potential emotions Kevin might be feeling about the frequent remissions. How might you instill hope and optimism in this situation? Do you support this, or might you be giving false reassurances?

#2: When and how would you address end-of-life issues with Kevin and his family?

#3: How would you support a struggling spouse during this process, from diagnosis to frequent remissions?

#4: What can you do if you witness a doctor’s (or other professional’s) behavior that is not supportive or understanding about the emotional aspects of cancer care?

#5: What can you do to support the spiritual needs that Kevin and his family might have?

D

Life-long treatment


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After two years of chemotherapy, remission, relapses and a bone marrow transplant, Kevin’s prognosis was poor. He died suddenly on April 2nd, 1995, while this article was being prepared for publication and only four days after the cover photograph was taken. His family was with him on the day he died.


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www.cancer.gov bone marrow transplant, Kevin’s prognosis was poor. He died suddenly on April 2

www.cancer.org

Copstead, L-E.C. and Banasik, J.L. (2005) Pathophysiology. 3rd Ed. Elsevier: St. Louis, MO.

Evans, K. The other side of the coin. Australian Nursing Journal 1995; 2(10): 24-27.

Jabbour, E.J., Faderi, S., and Kantarjian, H.M. Adult Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. Mayo Clin Proc 2005; 80(11): 1517-1527.

Lewis, S.L., Heitkemper, M.M., Dirksen, S.R., O’Brien, P.G., and Bucher, L. (2007) Medical-Surgical Nursing: assessment and management of clinical problems. Mosby Elsever: St. Louis, MO.

McGrath, P. Positive outcomes for survivors of haematological malignancies from a spiritual perspective. International Journal of Nursing Practice 2004; 10: 280-91.

McGrath, P. Findings on the impact of treatment for childhood acute lymphoblastic leukaemia on family relationships. Child and Family Social Work 2001; 6: 229-237.

Morris, M.E., Grant, M., Lynch, J.C. Patient-reported family distress among long-term cancer survivors. Cancer Nursing 2007; 30(1): 1-7.

Pui, C-H, Evans, W.E. Treatment of Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. N Engl J Med 2006; 354(2): 166-178.

Tierney, D.K., Facione, N., Padilla, G., and Dodd, M. Response Shift: A theoretical exploration of quality of life following hematopoietic cell transplantation. Cancer Nursing 2007; 30(2): 125-137.

References


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