Medical Oncology Nurse: Readies patients and aids physician or surgeon in the examination of oncology patients. Provides professional patient care during biopsies. Administers injections and medications and dresses wounds and incisions. Monitors patients after operations. Requires RN license.
Evaluates, plans, and documents the oncology patient nursing process. Handles outpatient record keeping. (Source: eDOT Job Description)
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