Cyclic Vomiting Syndrome (CVS) is a condition in which a person suffers from severe attacks of nausea and vomiting. CVS was first noted by Samuel Gee in 1982. Although a long time has passed, doctors are still unable to determine what causes CVS. Adults and children are equally vulnerable to this condition — which is periodic. However, treatments are available for CVS sufferers. This book outlines the causes for CVS, tests to diagnose the condition and treatment options.
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TX-982 Bathroom Portable Mini Emergency Toilet Urinate Bag Travel Outdoor Pee Vomiting Bag
Non-woven + PE waterproof membrane design, Deal effectively with 600 cc liquid,gel within one minute.
Tightly sealed, super adsorbent material (SAP) hygienic,odorless,nontoxic.
Perfect for :Traffic jams,impaired mobility,kids’s pee in public,potty training,camping
Unisex urinals,unique open design.Women also can stand to usewhich is very convenient.
Few side effects of cancer treatment are more feared by patients than nausea and vomiting. Failure to control these symptoms on the first day of chemotherapy increases the risk of them occurring on subsequent days and in subsequent cycles of chemotherapy, and can often result in patients refusing further cancer treatment.
Very effective antiemetics are available to prevent this from happening, but do you know how best to use them? Fast Facts: Chemotherapy-Induced Nausea and Vomiting presents the evidence for the clinical agents that can prevent CINV, along with the recommendations for their use in various clinical settings using recently established international guidelines.
Correct administration of prophylactic antiemetics in relation to the emetogenicity of the chemotherapy being given not only improves patients’ quality of life during treatment but also adherence to subsequent cancer treatments, thus improving overall outcomes. This refreshingly readable handbook is therefore a must-read resource for all health professionals in a position to make this kind of a difference.
“It’s just a virus.” “Oh, they will grow out of it.” “Your child is doing this for attention.” These are common phrases parents of kids with Cyclic Vomiting Syndrome (CVS) often hear. They can make us feel scared and alone, but we CVS parents know the truth. CVS is a true medical condition that is often misunderstood in the medical community. This condition often takes years to diagnose because of its unknown causes and overlap with others similar condition. Today there are a wealth of resources available and a wide variety of treatment options. We need not just sit and feel helpless watching our kids getting sick with little to offer them. Within this book you will find the experiences of parents just like yourself trying to make the best life possible for their child while living with CVS. Featuring “Grey’s Anatomy” actress Chandra Wilson, Tiffany Sharpe from Trinity’s Troops, and CVSA Founder Kathleen Adams! When we share our stories, we tell the world that though we are rare, we are not alone. “This book is such an excellent resource-whether you’re a parent, caregiver, relative, friend, teacher, or anyone who wants to learn more about this disorder. Cyclical Vomiting Syndrome is a rare disorder that still isn’t well understood. This book not only gives us medical information about CVS, it also takes us behind the scenes and shows us what CVS is like from a patient’s perspective, a parent’s perspective, and more.” – Mandy Taylor Colleen Rice, MA Colleen suffered from Cyclic Vomiting Syndrome in the early 1980s before research and protocol for treatments were widely known. She now lives in New Hampshire with her husband, Dan, and their six children, one of whom has been diagnosed with CVS and has difficulty managing despite many ongoing interventions. Colleen has learned to balance (and sometimes juggle) raising all six of her children while giving unique attention to her often sick CVS child. With the help of her supportive husband and her mother, Peg, she takes