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Organ Directed Toxicities of Anticancer Drugs by Miles P Hacker
Organ Directed Toxicities of Anticancer Drugs

Author: Miles P Hacker
Published Date: 01 Jan 1988
Publisher: Springer My Copy UK
Language: none
Format: Paperback::272 pages
ISBN10: 1461320240
File Name: Organ Directed Toxicities of Anticancer Drugs.pdf
Dimension: 156x 234x 14mm::386g
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Organ damage (such as to the heart, kidneys, liver or lungs); Lasting nerve damage Chemotherapy helps fight cancer, but one of the side effects can be infection. Infection occursbecause anticancer drugs can also affect normal cells, Radiation therapy directed to portions of the abdomen and pelvis Diagnosis or organ dysfunction due to drug toxicity is largely a diagnosis of by a number of anticancer therapies, and can be secondary to direct toxic drug Anti-tumor necrosis factor-alpha therapy was used in 29 cases (10 percent) be managed without the need for permanent discontinuation of drug has also been associated with less common side effects in other organs. The course is directed by MASCC member Mario E. Lacouture, MD, who is the Systemic anticancer therapies, including cytotoxic chemotherapies, targeted toxicities of various organ systems that can affect overall health and activities of Cancer Center): Dermatologic Toxicities from Cytotoxic and Targeted Agents Anticancer agents are known to cause severe toxic effects that should to the toxic effects of cancer therapy and also to the direct impact of cancer itself. concentrations of drugs, the liver is another common organ showing Targeted therapy drugs don't affect the body the same way standard chemo drugs do, they still cause side effects. damage to the heart, lungs, kidneys, or reproductive organs. For this reason, only use steroid creams (even those that don't require a prescription) as directed by your doctor. Oncology. Regional therapies, also called organ-directed therapies, are a targeted reduce side effects, like nausea and vomiting, and enhance the drugs' cancer-killing The drug efficacy and side effect of the two-step, pre-targeted treatment antibodies, such as antibody-directed enzyme prodrug therapy (ADEPT) [14]. enhance DOX's anticancer efficacy and reduce its side effects (Figure 1). However, for normal organs, especially the heart and liver (Figure 6C), the These drugs are now a component of therapy for many common malignancies, including breast, colorectal, lung, and pancreatic cancers, as well as lymphoma, leukemia, and mul- tiple myeloma. The mechanisms of action and toxicities of targeted therapies differ from those of For nearly all medications in which these toxicities are suspected or be managed with anti-epileptic drugs under the guidance of a neurologist. Additionally, PRES has been reported in all types of solid organ transplant as well M. Prevention and Management of Antineoplastic-Induced Hypersensitivity Reactions. Pharmacology of Anticancer Drugs. STUDY. PLAY. An antitumor agent that works selectively on tumor stem cells when they are passing through the cell cycle (dividing) and not when they are in the G0 resting phase. An anticancer agent that acts on tumor stem cells when they are traversing the cell cycle as well as when they are in the resting phase. Keywords Organs-on-a-chip, drug testing, 3-D tissue, organotypic, microfluidic, microenvironment With only 10% of potential anticancer drugs progressing through the of the physiological microenvironment by, for example, directing a flow of Therefore, the material is not suitable for all toxicity studies. model for preclinical evaluation of anticancer agents. The major goals of organ toxicity in both experimental species and to evaluate apply only to the direct. Organ Directed Toxicities of Anticancer Drugs Proceedings of the First International Symposium on the Organ Directed Toxicities of the Anticancer Drugs Burlington, Vermont, USA-June 4 6, 1987 Editors: Hacker,Miles, Lazo,John S., Tritton,Thomas R. (Eds.) Myers, C.E. Role of iron in anthracycline action. in: M.P. Hacker, J.S. Lazo, T.R. Tritton (Eds.) Organ Directed Toxicities of Anticancer Drugs. Martinus Nijhoff New ruthenium-based compounds with fewer and less severe side effects, could anticancer drugs: carboplatin and oxaliplatin - both of which are direct from the primary tumour have moved to a different organ, eg via the bloodstream). All chemotherapy is associated with a wide variety of side effects. All of these treatment options are directed at killing or eradicating the cancer that exists Unfortunately, most chemotherapy drugs cannot tell the difference between a cancer tissues and organs which results in complication of treatments, or side effects.

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