Anti-Cancer Drug Regimen

An Anti-Cancer Drug Regimen is a prescribed systematic form of treatment for a course of drug(s), comprising one or more Anti-Cancer Drug Cycles, provided to a PATIENT suffering from cancer.

Also Known As

This NHS business definition is also known by these names:

Context Alias
Plural Anti-Cancer Drug Regimens

Where Used

Type Link How used
NHS Business Definition Anti-Cancer Drug Regimen references in description Anti-Cancer Drug Regimen
Data Element CANCER TREATMENT MODALITY references in description Anti-Cancer Drug Regimen
Attribute CANCER TREATMENT MODALITY references in description Anti-Cancer Drug Regimen
Data Element CANCER TREATMENT MODALITY (REGISTRATION) references in description Anti-Cancer Drug Regimen
Attribute CANCER TREATMENT MODALITY FOR REGISTRATION references in description Anti-Cancer Drug Regimen
Attribute CLINICAL INTERVENTION TYPE references in description Anti-Cancer Drug Regimen
Attribute CO-MORBIDITY ADJUSTMENT INDICATOR references in description Anti-Cancer Drug Regimen
NHS Business Definition Systemic Anti-Cancer Therapy Drug Regimen references in description Anti-Cancer Drug Regimen