Exercise Recommendations for the Management of Symptoms Clusters Resulting From Cancer and Cancer Treatments.
Semin Oncol Nurs. 2016 Oct 21;:
Authors: Mustian KM, Cole CL, Lin PJ, Asare M, Fung C, Janelsins MC, Kamen CS, Peppone LJ, Magnuson A
OBJECTIVE: To review existing exercise guidelines for cancer patients and survivors for the management of symptom clusters.
DATA SOURCES: Review of PubMed literature and published exercise guidelines.
CONCLUSION: Cancer and its treatments are responsible for a copious number of incapacitating symptoms that markedly impair quality of life. The exercise oncology literature provides consistent support for the safety and efficacy of exercise interventions in managing cancer- and treatment-related symptoms, as well as improving quality of life in cancer patients and survivors.
IMPLICATIONS FOR NURSING PRACTICE: Effective management of symptoms enhances recovery, resumption of normal life activities and quality of life for patients and survivors. Exercise is a safe, appropriate, and effective therapeutic option before, during, and after the completion of treatment for alleviating symptoms and symptom clusters.
PMID: 27776835 [PubMed – as supplied by publisher]
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