Medical oncology

Cancer treatment is a long and complex process and it can be stressful to both the patient and their family members. Cancer care at home is not only convenient but also appropriate for the patient who has constant family support while having cancer treatment. We at Shrahav, known to offer quality, skilled and experienced nursing care plans for chemotherapy at where you love to live.

Some of the cancer treatments that can be easily carried out at home are IV infusions, Chemotherapy, IV antibiotics, Sub - Q injections and IM injections. Nursing care plan for chemotherapy for a patient undergoing chemotherapy can help the patient get great relief. The oncology nurse reviews the treatment plan with the oncologist, is aware of expected outcomes and possible complications, and independently assesses the patient's general physical and emotional status. Not only will we offer nursing care for cancer patients but, our team will educate the family members about the treatment and care and importance of all kind of support that a patient would need during the course of their fight with cancer.

General Work Responsibilities of a Medical Caregiver

We at Shrahav have a team of trained, experienced, skilled, qualified & caring oncology nurses to provide optimum cancer care and even terminal cancer care at home.

Shrahav Medicare offers a comprehensive cancer care plan ranging from chemotherapy nursing care to palliative care and terminal cancer care at home. So if you are looking for nursing care for cancer patients, simply get in touch with us and we will provide the best nursing care plan for chemotherapy at the comfort of your home.

General Work Responsibilities of a Medical Caregiver

Surgical Oncology

Surgery can be used to prevent, diagnose, stage, or treat cancer. It can also be used to lessen pain, discomfort, or other problems related to cancer. Post surgery wound care management plays a vital role in not having infection in the wound. We at Shrahav, cares and follow instructions given by the surgical oncologist about caring for your wound. This will vary from hospital to hospital and depends on the kind of surgery you have. After surgery wound dressing and wound drains can be rightly done at home with proper care.

Our nursing staff will give you specific advice on caring for your wound and any dressings. They will also make any arrangements for the removal of your stitches if they are not dissolvable right at where you live, at your home.

Wound dressings at home

After your surgery you will have an adhesive dressing applied to your wound. You may have dissolvable stitches that don't need to be removed, or non-dissolvable stitches that need to be removed seven to ten days after surgery. You may also have steristrips (narrow adhesive strips used to close a wound) that will need to be removed.

Sometimes a thick, firm dressing (pressure dressing) is also applied to help reduce swelling or bleeding initially after surgery. Pressure dressings are usually removed after as and when required, as per your surgery at your home.

You may have wound drains in place following surgery. These are tubes that drain blood and fluid from the wound into a small bottle or bag. You can walk around and move normally with the drains in place. These drains will stay in for up to a few weeks (depending on the type of surgery) and will then be removed by a member of the specialist team or a nurse at home.

Wound drains

With a drained patient no need to return each day to have them checked and the content measured at the hospital we can check, assess and measure it at your home to save time, cost, and travelling to the hospital.

A team of Shrahav: Nutritionists, Rehabilitation Therapists and other clinicians work alongside the surgical oncologist to support the patients healing and quality of life at home after the surgery is completed.



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