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This study investigates the major complication rate in cancer patients potentially eligible for a hospital at home program for management of neutropenic fever. "Hospital at Home" is a home care program that provides acute, inpatient care in a patient's home in place of a traditional hospital stay. Learning more about the characteristics of potentially eligible patients, including reasons for inpatient admission, rates of major complications, and situations or treatments that would be difficult to deliver in an at home setting may help to inform future program development.

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PRIMARY OBJECTIVE: I. Estimate the major complication rate among patients potentially eligible for a hospital at home program for management of neutropenic fever. SECONDARY OBJECTIVES: I. Describe the demographic and clinical characteristics of patients potentially eligible for admission to a hospital at home program for management of neutropenic fever. II. Describe situations or treatments experienced by potentially eligible patients admitted for neutropenic fever that would be difficult to accomplish in a hypothetical hospital at home program (e.g., blood transfusions, echocardiograms, computed tomography [CT] scans). OUTLINE: Patients' medical charts are reviewed. ;

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NCT number NCT04557709
Study type Observational
Source M.D. Anderson Cancer Center
Contact Tacara N Soones
Phone 713-792-4253
Status Recruiting
Start date July 13, 2020
Completion date September 30, 2025

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