Medline ® Abstract for Reference 13 of 'Approach to symptom ...

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AU: Williams PD, Graham KM, Storlie DL, Pedace TM, Haeflinger KV, Williams DD, Otte D, Sloan JA, Williams AR; SO: Cancer Nurs. 2013;36(3):245. Medline ® Abstract for Reference 13 of 'Approach to symptom assessment in palliative care' Therapy-related symptom checklist use during treatments at a cancer center. Williams PD, Graham KM, Storlie DL, Pedace TM, Haeflinger KV, Williams DD, Otte D, Sloan JA, Williams AR  BACKGROUND : Cancer treatment efficacy has improved with therapies at high or sustained dosages. However, there is increasing concern about symptom management and patients' quality of life. OBJECTIVE : The objective of this study was to assess whether use of a Therapy-Related Symptom Checklist (TRSC) with oncology outpatients increases the number of symptoms documented and managed and whether this improves patients' health-related quality of life (HRQOL). METHODS : This was a sequential cohort trial. Fifty-five oncology outpatients in treatment received standard of care (group 1, G1). Afterward, another 58 patients (group 2, G2) received standard of care at the same clinic; however, these patients additionally answered the TRSC immediately prior to each consultation. The TRSC results were then shared with clinicians. Repeated measures (2-11 visits) were obtained of the number of patient treatment symptoms documented (medical records G1 and TRSC G2), HRQOL, and Karnofsky scores, n = 696 observations (328 G1 and 368 G2). The number of symptoms reported and HRQOL were covariate adjusted using population averaged generalized estimating equations. RESULTS : G2 patients had a 7.2% higher population averaged covariate-adjusted HRQOL than G1 patients (3.3 more points on HRQOL, P = .012). One hundred sixteen percent more covariate- and non-covariate-adjusted symptoms were documented/managed in G2 than G1 (6.14 symptoms vs 2.84, P<.0001). The HRQOL, TRSC, and Karnofsky scores correlated r>0.40.



Therapy-related symptom checklist use during treatments at a ...

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May 1, 2013 ... ... Therese M. Pedace, Kurt V. Haeflinger, David D. Williams, Diane Otte ... Storlie, D. L., Pedace, T. M., Haeflinger, K. V., Williams, D. D., Otte, D., ... Search by expertise, name or affiliation Therapy-related symptom checklist use during treatments at a cancer center Phoebe D. Williams, Kathleen M. Graham, Deborah L. Storlie, Therese M. Pedace, Kurt V. Haeflinger, David D. Williams, Diane Otte, Jeff A. Sloan, Arthur R. Williams Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-review Background: Cancer treatment efficacy has improved with therapies at high or sustained dosages. However, there is increasing concern about symptom management and patients' quality of life. Objective: The objective of this study was to assess whether use of a Therapy-Related Symptom Checklist (TRSC) with oncology outpatients increases the number of symptoms documented and managed and whether this improves patients' health-related quality of life (HRQOL). METHODS: This was a sequential cohort trial. Fifty-five oncology outpatients in treatment received standard of care (group 1, G1). Afterward, another 58 patients (group 2, G2) received standard of care at the same clinic; however, these patients additionally answered the TRSC immediately prior to each consultation. The TRSC results were then shared with clinicians. Repeated measures (2-11 visits) were obtained of the number of patient treatment symptoms documented (medical records G1 and TRSC G2), HRQOL, and Karnofsky scores, n = 696 observations (328 G1 and 368 G2). The number of symptoms reported and HRQOL were covariate adjusted using population averaged generalized estimating equations. RESULTS: G2 patients had a 7.2% higher population averaged covariate-adjusted HRQOL than G1 patients (3.3 more points on HRQOL, P = .012). One hundred sixteen percent more covariate- and non-covariate-adjusted symptoms were documented/managed in G2 than G1 (6.14 symptoms vs 2.84, P < .0001). The HRQOL, TRSC, and Karnofsky scores correlated r > 0.40. CONCLUSION: Use of patient-reported TRSC improves symptom documentation/management and patient HRQOL. IMPLICATIONS FOR PRACTICE: Study findings were consistent with recent research that has shown that use of checklists can have powerful influences on both quality and safety of healthcare services and patient outcomes.



William Otte - Hesse, Germany, Deaths, 1851-1958 - Ancestry.com

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Willi Robert Otte, date, dd mm 1946, info, info, Willi Bernhard Max, Emma Hedwig . View Record. August Wilhelm Ludwig Heinrich Otte, date, dd mm 1946, info ... Skip Ancestry main menuMain MenuSign In All Hesse, Germany, Deaths, 1851-1958 results for William Otte To get better results, add more information such as Birth Info or Death Info—even a guess will help. Edit your search or learn more. date dd mm 1944 info info Wilhelm, date dd mm 1946 info info Willi Bernhard Max, August Wilhelm Ludwig Heinrich Otte date dd mm 1946 info info August Wilhelm Ludwig Heinrich Konrad, date dd mm 1953 info info Friedrich Wilhelm, date dd mm 1947 info info Christian, date dd mm 1946 info info Willi Bernhard Max, date dd mm 1946 info info Joseph, date dd mm 1944 info info August Friedrich Wilhelm, year dd mm 1915 info info Heinrich Karl, year dd mm 1901 info info Friedrich Wilhelm, year dd mm 1910 info info Josef, year dd mm 1897 info info Franz, Friedrich Otto Wilhelm Hans Joachim Otte year dd mm 1917 info info Heinrich, year dd mm 1895 info info Carl Friedrick Wilhelm, date dd mm 1950 info info Wilhelm, date dd mm 1940 info info Matthäus, year dd mm 1912 info info Heinrich, 1–20 of 448 Per page 12…12 Death, Burial, Cemetery & Obituaries Hesse, Germany, Deaths, 1851-1958 (in German) This collection contains death records and name directories from Hesse in Germany. Support CenterAncestry BlogSite MapGift MembershipsCareers © 1997-2020 AncestryCorporate InformationPrivacyTerms and ConditionsCCPA Notice at Collection



Joshh thee Otte rr Wate rr Safet yy an dd Awarenes ss Project

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Physiological regulation of long-term oviposition in the house cricket ...

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Alexander and Otte, 1967. R.D. Alexander, D.D. Otte. The Evolution of Genitalia and Mating Behavior in Crickets (Gryllidae) and other Orthoptera, Misc. Publ. ! There was a problem providing the content you requested Please contact us via our support center for more information and provide the details below. Reference Number: 600b6e9f5b1a0c65 About ScienceDirect Shopping cart Contact and supportTerms and conditionsPrivacy policy








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