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  • (±)-Baclofen br ACCEPTED br reported outcomes in clinic

    2019-11-06


    ACCEPTED
    reported outcomes in clinical practice: a systematic review of the literature, Qual Life
    Donaldson, Automated home monitoring and management of patient-reported
    symptoms during chemotherapy: results of the symptom care at home RCT, Cancer
    A.-L. Septans, M. Balavoine, S. Landry, P. Solal-Céligny, C. Letellier, Randomized
    Trial omparing a Web-Mediated Follow-up With Routine Surveillance in Lung Cancer
    reported outcomes from home in patients recovering from major gynecologic cancer
    surgery: A prospective study measuring symptoms and health-related quality of life,
    Fig. 1. Some screenshots of HeNeA: (a) the homepage; (b) setting parameters and questionnaires to be collected for a specific patient; (c) symptoms reporting; (d) a tip of the day; (e) maps showing points of interest.
    Fig. 2. A screenshot from the doctors’ website website visualizing type and severity of the symptoms reported
    by a specific patient.
    Fig. 3. Relationships among the patients’ questionnaire partial scores (non-parametric linear Siegel regression
    lines are shown).
    Fig. 4. Regression analysis of quality of life on reported symptoms severity.
    Table. 1. Tablets usage and loan time.
    Table 2. Answers to the questionnaire given by the 10 study patients (see Appendix A for more details about answer labels and distributions)
    rating)
    (ease of filling, clear instructions, access to contents,
    (use at home or in the hospital, choice of the moment of
    3+4+5 Perceived usefulness partial score per patient 2 2
    6) Would you suggest the App to other people who (±)-Baclofen have 1 1
    6+7+8
    Acceptance partial score per patient 3 3
    Total score per patient 5 9
    Table. 3. Answers to the questionnaire given by the 3 doctors (see Appendix A for more details about answer
    labels and distributions)
    Question (Score range, from negative to positive rating) M1 M2 M3
    1) How did you consider the ease of use of the App? (ease of filling, clear instructions, 4 3 3
    access to contents, filling reminders) (0 – 4)
    2) How did you consider the comfort of use of the App? (use at home or in the hospital, 2 4 3
    1+2 Usability partial score per doctor 6 7 6
    3) Did the App help you evaluate the effects of the treatment on your patients? (0 – 3) 2 2 1
    4) Did the App help you in the management and treatment of side effects (toxicities)? (0 – 1 2 1
    Table 4. Number of clinical parameters (CP) and questionnaires (Q) actually inserted vs. expected and
    noncompliance percentage.
    Inserted CP Expected CP Inserted Q Expected Q Noncompliance with
    Table. 5. Number of symptoms entered by each patient.
    Inserted Symptoms (number)
    Table. 6. Symptoms reported by patients “in proximity” of a mycelium EuroQoL questionnaire.
    Symptoms occurred “in proximity” EuroQoL
    of the EuroQoL
    Score
    Patient Severity Number of
    Min, Max (Median) symptoms
    Contents lists available at ScienceDirect
    Gynecologic Oncology
    A pilot study of lower extremity lymphedema, lower extremity function, and quality of life in women after minimally invasive endometrial cancer staging surgery
    Catherine H. Watson a, , Micael Lopez-Acevedo b, Gloria Broadwater c, Amy H. Kim c, Jessie Ehrisman d, Brittany A. Davidson a,d, Paula S. Lee a,d, Fidel Valea e, Andrew Berchuck a,d, Laura J. Havrilesky a,d
    a Division of Gynecologic Oncology, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Duke University, Durham, NC, United States of America
    b Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, George Washington University Hospital, Washington, DC, United States of America
    c Department of Biostatistics and Bioinformatics, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC, United States of America