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Which is more common non-small cell or small cell
non small cell
what are the three types of non-small
adenocarcinoma, squamos, large cell
which is slower growing nonsmall or small cell
non small cell
which one is treaed with surgery
non-small cell
which is more common with smokers
small cell
which has a more incidence of metastasis non-small or small cell
small cell
how can you screen for lung cancer
chest x-ray for early detection, but nothing really
what is stage 1 lung cancer, non-small
confined to lung with no lymph
what is stage 2 lung cancer
non small
large tumor with lymph
what is stage 3 lung cancer
non-small
other lymph and regional can be resectable a or unresectable b
what is stage 4 lung cancer
non-small
metastasis
staging for limited small cell
single radiation port
staging for extensive small cell
malignant pleural effusion of any site of distant metastasis
which has a better prognosis non-small or small
non-small
what is the goal of treatment for stage 1 & 2 non-small cancer
cure
what is the treatment for stage 1 & 2 non-small lung cancer
surgery, XRT in high risk stage 2 and adjuvant chemo cisplatin based
what is the treatment of 3A non-small cell lung cancer
resect then follow with adjuvant chemo cisplatin based
what is the treatment of 3B non-small cell lung cancer
can't recect so XRT and chemo combo cisplatin based + docetaxel, or paclitax, or etoposide, or gemcitabine duration for 2-3 cycles
treatment and goal for stage 4 non-small
goal is to contain, chemo is first line +- bevalcizumab for 4-6 cycles
what is the salvage ther for non-small cell
docetaxel for platinum refractory, pemtrexed, or erlotinib
what is the MOA of erlotinib
epidermal growth factor tyrosinelanase inhibitor
what are the ADR of erlotinib
acneiform rash, diarrhea
what is the dosage of erlotinib
150mg po daily
waht is the goal and treatment of limited small cell lung cancer
goal is to cure, cisplatin + etoposide duration for 4 cycles + prophylatic crainal irradiation
what is the goal and treatment of extensive small cell lung cancer
goal is to contain, combo cisplatin + etoposide, duration 6 cycles
What are the ADR of cisplatin
emetogenic
nephrotox
neurotox
peripheral neuropathy
otottox
anemia
What is the ADR of etoposide
myelosuppression
mucosistitis
emetogenic
alopecia
hypotension
hypersens
What is the ADR of paclitaxel
myelosuppression
hypersens
peripheral neuropathy
myalgias/arthralgias
mucositis
emetogenic
alopecia
cardiac
What is the ADR of docetaxel
myelosuppression
fluid ret
alopecia
rash
nail disorders
peri neuropathy
emetogenic
hypersens