Intravenous & Injectable Chemotherapy Administration

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Here in Outpatient Infusion we give many different types of chemotherapy for all different types of cancer. After giving chemotherapy, patients can experience some common side effects such as mouth sores, fatigue, changes in appetite and taste, neutropenia (a decrease in white blood cells), and thrombocytopenia (a decrease in platelets). Below we have some resources that you might find helpful as you go through your cancer journey. There is information regarding thrombocytopenia and neutropenia- what these things are and how to manage them. There is also information on what to watch for at home and when to call your doctor or go to the hospital. Lastly, we have included information on support groups that meet in Reno County. Best of luck to you as you keep fighting! Click on the documents below for more info:

Neutropenic Precautions

Chemotherapy Side-Effects

Thrombocytopenia Teaching

Community Support Groups

What to Watch For at Home