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 ABCR  Vol.10 No.4 , October 2021
A Whole-Course and Multidisciplinary Nutrition Management Model for Breast Cancer: A Typical Case Report
Yuanzhen Luo1,2,3*, Li Shi1,2,3*, Linfei Liu1,2,3, Rong Chen1,2,3, Huiting Zhang1,2,3#
Abstract: Breast cancer patients face different nutritional problems at each stage. However, the nutrition of breast cancer patients has not been taken seriously. As a result, some patients cannot tolerate treatment due to poor nutrition, thus affecting the prognosis. This study aims to introduce a typical case to explore the whole-course (started at admission and ended 5 years after surgery) and Multidisciplinary Teams (MDTs) (comprising physician, primary nurse, case manager, nutrition liaison and nutrition specialist nurse) nutritional management mode of breast cancer patients. The patient successfully completed the scheduled treatment by implementing the whole-course and multidisciplinary nutrition management. The mode can prospectively and dynamically estimate the changes in patients’ nutritional status, and provide timely nutritional intervention to promote patient outcomes.
Cite this paper: Luo, Y. , Shi, L. , Liu, L. , Chen, R. and Zhang, H. (2021) A Whole-Course and Multidisciplinary Nutrition Management Model for Breast Cancer: A Typical Case Report. Advances in Breast Cancer Research, 10, 173-183. doi: 10.4236/abcr.2021.104015.
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