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Ospital ng Maynila Medical Center

 

Hospital Tumor Board

August, 2002

Last updated: March, 2004

 

 

Hospital Tumor Board – A Primer

 

OMMC Hospital Tumor Board – An Organizational Primer

 

OMMC Hospital Tumor Board – A Model for Other Hospital

 

Structuring a Hospital Tumor Board – OMMC Experience (Janix de Guzman, Reynaldo O. Joson – 2003)

 

 

Management Action Plan

2003

2004

 

Minutes of Meeting of OMMC Hospital Tumor Board

 

2002

 

 

 

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OMMC Annual Cancer Registry

 

Average cancer load – OMMC

 

 

Surgery

Gyn

ENT

IM

Pedia

Derma

Ophtha

Patho

OMMC

2001

 

2001

(89)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(no data)

2002

2002

(132)

33

28

13

8

?

1

 

215

2003

2003 (177)

29

33

14

16

?

1

 

269

 

Most common cancers:

Breast

Colon

Thyroid

 

Majority are in Stages III and IV

 

 

OMMC Hospital Tumor Board – Annual Report

2002

2003 Mid-year Report

2003 Annual Report

 

 

OMMC Unified Concept (statements on certain cancer issues):

 

Objective:

To promote a unified and consensual concept on cancer issues among OMMC staff that will be used as a guide in management of patients with cancer in OMMC and that will serve as OMMC’s public health information and education on cancer.

 

Basic Issues on Cancer

                        Definition of cancer

                        Causes of cancer

                        Prevention of cancer

                        Cure in cancer

                        Curative treatment

                        Palliative treatment

 

Cancer Palliative Management

        Palliative treatment

            Hospice care

            Terminally-ill cancer patient

            Aggressive palliative treatment

            Do not resuscitate order

 

Cancer Pain Control

What is cancer pain?

 

What is pain?

What are the different types of pain?

How common is cancer pain?

What are the more common causes of cancer pain?

What are examples of pain caused by the cancer itself?

What are examples of pain caused by the treatment of cancer?

How should cancer pain be managed?

What constitutes a non-pharmacologic therapy in cancer pain control?

What constitutes a pharmacologic therapy in cancer pain control?

What constitutes an interventional therapy in cancer pain control?

What is the pharmacologic therapy being recommended by the Department of Health – Cancer Pain Control Program (DOH-CPCP)?

What are the essential concepts of WHO’s pharmacologic therapy for cancer pain control?

How should cancer pain be managed in the terminally-ill cancer patient?

 

Standardized Cancer Patient Management Process

 

OMMC Cancer Pain Control Program

 

OMMC Clinical Practice Guidelines on Cancer Pain Control

 

OMMC Surgery Cancer Pain Control Program

 

            Instructional Design on Cancer Pain Control Program

 

Cancer Pain Monitoring Record

 

 

Cancer Research

 

Cancer Pain Control Program – All OMMC Departments

 

Writings on Cancer

 

        Staging of cancer – its usefulness and limitations