Clinical Trials Logo

Clinical Trial Summary

Cancer is an extremely aggressive disease, anxiety and depression are consequences some patients may develop from diagnosis continuing during treatment. A measures control of the cancer is surgery for removal tumor. The surgical procedure is often a difficult experience for patients and their relatives, and patients in the preoperative period are often psychological symptoms of anxiety and depression. A previous study with the objective analyzing patient's emotional repercussion according the type of transport to the surgical center reached the following result: patients who go to the surgical center feel more relaxed in the preoperative period.

The primary objective is to analyze emotional repercussion of patient diagnosed with cancer classified in Eastern Cooperative Oncology Group (ECOG) Performance Status 0 and 1 according type transport to the surgical center.


Clinical Trial Description

A randomized clinical trial, prospective collection to be performed at the Barretos Cancer Hospital, will be include 176 patients, 88 patients being allocated to transport to operating room by stretcher on wheels (group 1) and 88 patients being allocated to transport to operating room by ambulation (group 2). Patients with indication elective surgery that meet the inclusion criteria will be included, and randomized for one of the groups, and may be referred by stretcher on wheels to the surgical center (group 1) or referred to the surgical center by ambulation (group 2). The Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale (HAD) and the survey developed for the present study Sati-Cir, Evaluation Questionnaire of Satisfaction with Healthcare in Surgery, will be the instruments used in data collection. Participants will respond both after the course to the surgical center. ;


Study Design


Related Conditions & MeSH terms


NCT number NCT03576482
Study type Observational
Source Barretos Cancer Hospital
Contact Gabriela S Oliveira, Nurse
Phone 551733216600
Email gabriela.oliveira@hcancerbarretos.com.br
Status Not yet recruiting
Phase
Start date July 20, 2018
Completion date July 20, 2019

See also
  Status Clinical Trial Phase
Recruiting NCT03207828 - Testing Interventions for Patients With Fibromyalgia and Depression N/A
Recruiting NCT02783430 - Evaluation of the Initial Prescription of Ketamine and Milnacipran for Depression in Palliative Care Phase 2/Phase 3
Recruiting NCT03457714 - Guided Internet Delivered Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy for Persons With Spinal Cord Injury: A Feasibility Trial N/A
Active, not recruiting NCT03069417 - Support for Perinatal Adherence and Depression N/A
Active, not recruiting NCT03167372 - Pilot Comparison of N-of-1 Trials of Light Therapy N/A
Enrolling by invitation NCT03275571 - HIV, Computerized Depression Therapy & Cognition N/A
Enrolling by invitation NCT03276585 - Night in Japan Home Sleep Monitoring Study
Not yet recruiting NCT03609450 - Integrating Mindfulness Into the Patient-Centered Medical Home (Phase 3) N/A
Not yet recruiting NCT03609749 - Mindful Self-Regulation fMRI Study (MindfulPCfMRI) N/A
Terminated NCT03272555 - WILD 5 Wellness: A 30-Day Intervention N/A
Recruiting NCT02543983 - Neurobiology of Suicide Phase 2
Not yet recruiting NCT03660280 - Probiotics to Treat "Inflammatory Depression" - a Randomized Controlled Trial N/A
Completed NCT03129204 - Sensation Awareness Focused Training for Spouses N/A
Completed NCT01198197 - PET Brain and Whole Body Distribution Studies for Nociceptin/Orphanin FQ Peptide (NOP) Receptor Using [11C]NOP-1A Early Phase 1
Recruiting NCT03673397 - The Acute Effect of Aerobic Exercise on Sleep in Patients With Depression N/A
Recruiting NCT03537053 - An Approach to "Move a Little & Often" With Health Conditions N/A
Recruiting NCT00024635 - Evaluation of Patients With Mood and Anxiety Disorders and Healthy Volunteers
Not yet recruiting NCT03645447 - The Taste-Mood Diagnostic Study N/A
Not yet recruiting NCT03473054 - Stroke Survivors and Caregivers Using an Online Mindfulness-based Intervention Together
Not yet recruiting NCT03419585 - The "PC-LIGHT" Study N/A