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There are 2 clinical trials
The proposed study seeks to determine the incidence of dysphagia and vocal fold mobility impairment (VFMI) in individuals undergoing throacic surgical procedures. It also seeks to determine the impact of postoperative swallowing impairment on health-related outcomes.
Description: This scale is a validated measure used by trained blinded clinicians to assign ratings of safety to swallowing bolus trials. The development and use of an 8-point, equal-appearing interval scale (8 being best; 1 being worst) to describe penetration and aspiration events are described. Scores are determined primarily by the depth to which material passes in the airway and by whether or not material entering the airway is expelled.Measure: Penetration Aspiration Scale Time: Baseline
Description: This scale is a validated measure used by trained blinded clinicians to assign ratings of efficiency to swallowing bolus trials. The Yale Pharyngeal Residue Severity Rating Scale was developed, standardized, and validated to provide reliable, anatomically defined, and image-based assessment of post-swallow pharyngeal residue severity as observed during fiberoptic endoscopic evaluation of swallowing (FEES). It is a five-point ordinal rating scale based on residue location (vallecula and pyriform sinus) and amount (none, trace, mild, moderate, and severe).Measure: Yale Residue Severity Rating Scale Time: Baseline
Description: During a Fiberoptic Endoscopic Evaluation of Swallowing (FEES), the vocal folds will be visualized using a small camera passed through the open nasal passage. The patient will be asked to make a series of vocal tasks so that we can visualize their movement, any immobility will be notated.Measure: Vocal Fold Mobility Impairment Time: Baseline
Patients are part of a family network. When any person in a family becomes critically unwell and requires the assistance of an Intensive Care Unit (ICU), this has an impact on all members of that family. COVID-19 changed visiting for all patients in hospitals across Scotland. It is not known what effect these restrictions will have on patients' recovery, nor do we understand the impact it may have on their relatives or staff caring for them. This study will look at the implications of the visiting restrictions as a consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic upon patients without COVID-19 who are in the cardiothoracic ICU. It will also explore the impact of these restrictions on them, their relatives and staff. This study will be carried out within a single specialised intensive care unit in Scotland using mixed methods. The first arm of this study will use retrospective data that is routinely collected in normal clinical practice. The investigators will compare patient outcomes prior to COVID-19 with outcomes following the implementation of COVID-19 visiting restrictions. The aim is to establish if the restrictions on visiting has an impact on the duration of delirium. Delirium is an acute mental confusion and is associated with longer hospital stays and worse outcomes in this patient group. The second arm of this study involves semi-structured interviews with patients, relatives and staff that will allow deeper exploration of the issues around current visiting policy. The interviews will last approximately 1 hour and will address these issues. They will then be transcribed word for word and analysed using grounded theory, meaning the theories will develop from the data as it is analysed.
Description: Number of days patient found to have delirium using the Confusion Assessment Method for the ICU (CAM-ICU)Measure: Duration of delirium Time: From the date of admission to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) until discharge from the ICU or death, whichever came first, up to 12 months.
Description: CAM-ICUMeasure: Incidence of delirium Time: From the date of admission to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) until discharge from the ICU or death, whichever came first, up to 12 months.
Description: DaysMeasure: Length of critical care stay Time: From the date of admission to the ICU until discharge from the ICU or death, whichever came first, up to 12 months.
Description: DaysMeasure: Length of hospital stay Time: From the date of admission to the hospital until discharge from the hospital or death, whichever came first, up to 12 months.
Description: DaysMeasure: Length of time ventilated Time: From the date of admission to the ICU until discharge from the ICU or death, whichever came first, up to 12 months.
Description: Semi structured interviewsMeasure: Exploring the experiences of patients, relatives and staff of the visitation restrictions during the COVID-19 pandemic Time: 18 months
Data processed on September 26, 2020.
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