Hairy Cell Leukemia-Case Study

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1. CONSENT FORM (SEE ATTACHED) 2. CASE PERSENTATION 3.1 DIAGNOSIS 3.2 CASE HISTORY/SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS 3.3 RISK FACTORS –DEVELOPING 3.4 FACTORS THAT REDUCE THE RISK 3.5 SCREENING FOR HCL 3.6 DIAGNOSTIC TESTS 3.7 DIFFERENCE –SCREENING/DIAGNOSTIC 3. TREATMENT 4.8 STAGES OF HCL 4.9 GOAL 4.10 TREATMENT PLAN OF CASE-HCL 4.11 ONCOLOGY EMERGENCIES -HCL

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CASE STUDY CONSENT FORM
Case Study Name: B-Tech Oncology: Medical Surgical Nursing IV Assignment 1 Hospital: Little Company Of Mary Hospital, Pretoria Oncology Unit: Mary Potter Oncology Unit Ward A Principle Investigator: MJM (Tienie) Ackermann – Oncology Student
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Note: This consent form is to be retained by the investigator and kept secure. At the completion of the case study, it should be disposed of in a secure fashion.
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Student may be asked by the Tutor to provide this form as proof that consent has been obtained.
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