Cervical Cancer

Cervical Cancer Teaching 1393

The patient was instructed in cervical cancer explaining of type of cancer and the therapeutic or surgical procedures to be performed. Patient Undergoing Surgery, the patient was reviewed avoid coitus and douching for 2 to 6 weeks after surgery, avoid heavy lifting and vigorous activities. Patient Undergoing Cryosurgery/Laser Therapy , the patient was taught that perineal drainage is clear and watery initially progressing to a foul-smelling discharge that contains dead cells, reviewed perineal care and hygiene, recommended need for regular Papanicolaou and pelvic examinations. Patient Undergoing Pelvic Exenteration, the patient was instructed to obtain appropriate supplies for ostomy care, the patient was taught on perineal care explaining the drainage may continue for several month, the patient was reviewed in wound irrigation procedures and application of sanitary pads, avoid prolonged sitting.