For Cancer Patients
The most common cancer treatments are surgery, chemotherapy and radiotherapy.
After surgery, nursing care is typically required for surgical wounds, using the appropriate wound dressing products.
A nasogastric feeding tube is common for patients with stomach/ throat cancers, losses of appetite or poor absorption of nutrients.
Liquid nutrition helps to ensure that patients meet their daily needs.
Intravenous (IV) infusion is often used to deliver antibiotics through the vein to combat infection during cancer treatment.
It can also be used for feeding, which is total parenteral nutrition (TPN).