A patient with progressive multiple
• In multiple
• Bone cancers cause deep bone pain and most patients require a combination of opioid and non-opioid analgesics to control that pain.
• Fluid and electrolytes should be monitored because renal dysfunction is common with multiple
• Hypokalemia is generally not associated with multiple
• The patient does not need to be placed on airborne isolation, but steps should be taken to reduce the risk of infection for this immunocompromised patient.