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  1. Most patients receive systemic cancer treatment in the ambulatory setting. However, during their treatment journey, patients experience complications that necessitate emergency department (ED) visits. Few stud...

    Authors: Naheel Said, Wedad Awad, Zahieh Abualoush and Lama Nazer
    Citation: Emergency Cancer Care 2023 2:6
  2. An increasing number of cancer patients may require emergency and intensive care at diagnosis and throughout their disease course. This study aimed to explore the progress, prospects, collaboration and network...

    Authors: Jinge Shen, Qian Xing, Qi Xu and Jie Qian
    Citation: Emergency Cancer Care 2023 2:5
  3. Though decreasing in incidence and mortality in the USA, lung cancer remains the deadliest of all cancers. For a significant number of patients, the emergency department (ED) provides the first pivotal step in...

    Authors: Jeremy R. Walder, Saadia A. Faiz and Marcelo Sandoval
    Citation: Emergency Cancer Care 2023 2:3
  4. People with cancer frequently use urgent and emergency care. Reviews of research have focussed on the incidence and predictors of service use in this population, rather than how people make decisions about whi...

    Authors: John Defty, Richard Wagland and Alison Richardson
    Citation: Emergency Cancer Care 2023 2:2
  5. Lung cancer (LC) is the most common solid tumor type in the intensive care unit (ICU). This study investigated the characteristics of LC patients admitted to the ICU, the major reasons for their admission, sho...

    Authors: Jie Qian, Ruoyan Qin, Liang Hong, Yangyang Shi, Haibin Yuan, Bo Zhang, Wei Nie, Yanwen Li and Baohui Han
    Citation: Emergency Cancer Care 2023 2:1
  6. Despite unanimous recommendations from numerous specialty societies on regular colorectal cancer screening, a substantial proportion of eligible adults are non-adherent with screening. The current study invest...

    Authors: Beau Abar, Chanjun Syd Park, Preeti Dalawari, Howard Klausner, Chinwe Ogedegbe, Steven Valassis, Haran Koneswaran, David Adler and Keith Bradley
    Citation: Emergency Cancer Care 2022 1:12
  7. The Cancer Urgent Assessment Clinic (CUAC) was an emergency department (ED) avoidance/unscheduled model of care implemented in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The aim was to reduce the risk of COVID-19 expo...

    Authors: Corrine Haugstetter, Robert Mason, Jasotha Sanmugarajah and H. Laetitia Hattingh
    Citation: Emergency Cancer Care 2022 1:11
  8. Eighty-one percent of persons living with cancer have an emergency department (ED) visit within the last 6 months of life. Many cancer patients in the ED are at an advanced stage with high symptom burden and c...

    Authors: Corita R. Grudzen, Paige C. Barker, Jason J. Bischof, Allison M. Cuthel, Eric D. Isaacs, Lauren T. Southerland and Rebecca L. Yamarik
    Citation: Emergency Cancer Care 2022 1:10
  9. Patients with cancer constitute a large and increasing segment of patients who receive unscheduled hospital-based care due to treatment-related symptoms and disease progression. The initial hospital-based touc...

    Authors: Christopher W. Baugh, Stephen C. Dorner, David M. Levine, Nathan R. Handley and Kathi H. Mooney
    Citation: Emergency Cancer Care 2022 1:8
  10. Venous thrombo-embolic (VTE) disease is a common cause of complications in patients with cancer and is the second most common cause of death in oncology patients other than the malignant disease. Whilst sympto...

    Authors: Carme Font, Tim Cooksley, Shin Ahn, Bernardo Rapoport and Carmen Escalante
    Citation: Emergency Cancer Care 2022 1:7

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  11. The global prevalence of cancer is rapidly increasing and will increase the acute care needs of patients with cancer, including emergency department (ED) care. Patients with cancer present to the ED across the...

    Authors: Rebecca S. Lash, Arthur S. Hong, Janice F. Bell, Sarah C. Reed and Nicholas Pettit
    Citation: Emergency Cancer Care 2022 1:6
  12. Cancer-related emergency department (ED) visits often result in higher hospital admission rates than non-cancer visits. It has been estimated many of these costly hospital admissions can be prevented, yet urge...

    Authors: Nonniekaye Shelburne, Naoko Ishibe Simonds, Roxanne E. Jensen and Jeremy Brown
    Citation: Emergency Cancer Care 2022 1:4
  13. Emergency department patients are disproportionately non-adherent with the United States Preventive Services Task Force cancer screening recommendations, making the emergency department a target-rich environme...

    Authors: David Adler, Beau Abar and Elizabeth Yu Chiao
    Citation: Emergency Cancer Care 2022 1:3
  14. Patients with cancer represent a growing population of patients seeking acute care in emergency departments (ED) nationwide. Emergency physicians are expected to provide excellent, consistent care to all ED pa...

    Authors: Jason J. Bischof, Jeffrey M. Caterino, Angela B. Creditt, Monica K. Wattana and Nicholas R. Pettit
    Citation: Emergency Cancer Care 2022 1:2

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