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Cómo controlar el Cáncer de Pulmón - Medical Animation


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Cómo controlar el Cáncer de Pulmón - Medical Animation
MEDICAL ANIMATION TRANSCRIPT: Usted o alguien que usted quiere puede haber sido diagnosticado con cáncer de pulmón. Este video le ayudará a entender cómo manejarlo. Los pulmones son un par de órganos dentro de su pecho que le permiten respirar. El cáncer de pulmón es una enfermedad en la cual se forman células cancerosas en los tejidos pulmonares. El tratamiento para el cáncer de pulmón puede eliminar o destruir el cáncer. Después del tratamiento, es muy importante tener un plan de cuidado con seguimiento. Esto incluye ir a las citas de seguimiento. Su médico querrá asegurarse de que el cáncer no ha vuelto y comprobar si hay problemas de salud resultantes del tratamiento. También es importante realizar tomografías regulares para controlar el cáncer. Si usted está tomando algún medicamento, continúe tomándolo según lo prescrito por su médico. Tome nota de cualquier efecto secundario e infórmeselo a su médico. Si usted ha tenido cirugía de pulmón u otro tratamientos, siga las instrucciones que le dieron. También puede ser necesario hacer algunos de los siguientes cambios saludables a su estilo de vida. Si usted fuma, es importante que deje de fumar. Esto reduce el riesgo de que el cáncer regrese o se propague. Coma una dieta saludable con más frutas, vegetales y granos enteros. Esto le ayudará a a mantenerse fuerte y sentirse mejor. Limite la cantidad de alcohol que bebe. Esto puede reducir el riesgo de cáncer. Manténgase físicamente activo. Actividades como caminar, andar en bicicleta o nadar pueden ayudarle a sentirse mejor y menos cansado. Hable con su médico antes de comenzar una rutina de ejercicios. Saber que tiene cáncer puede ser abrumador. Es posible que tenga preocupaciones acerca de su afección y cómo afecta a su familia, sus tratamientos y estancias en el hospital, gastos médicos y su trabajo. Afortunadamente, hay maneras de lidiar con esto. Recuerde que su médico y el equipo de salud están allí para responder a cualquier pregunta que tenga. Las siguientes fuentes de apoyo pueden ayudar a hacer frente a sus preocupaciones: trabajadores sociales, líderes religiosos, consejeros y grupos de apoyo. Hable con su médico si tiene alguna pregunta sobre su plan de tratamiento, medicamentos o cambios de estilo de vida que lo ayuden a manejar el cáncer de pulmón.

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Proner & Proner
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