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The Need for Combined Assessment of Multiple Outcomes in Noninferiority Trials in Oncology.

Noninferiority trials in oncology assess novel therapies with the potential for slightly worse recurrence or death outcomes (ie, the margin of noninferiority) than standard therapies. This poses a dilemma because, in the absence of potential health outcome advantages, these trials may not provide the treatment equipoise required for an ethical study. Any new treatment with the potential for slightly worse recurrence or death outcomes should have countervailing health outcome advantages, but these are rarely...


Variation in Patient-Reported Advance Care Preferences in the Preoperative Setting.

High-quality shared decision-making for patients undergoing elective surgical procedures includes eliciting patient goals and treatment preferences. This is particularly important, should complications occur and life-sustaining therapies be considered. Our objective was to determine the preoperative care preferences of older higher-risk patients undergoing elective procedures and to determine any factors associated with a preference for limitations to life-sustaining treatments.

Determining Patient's Wishes and Preferences.

It is legally required to determine and respect patient preferences and wishes as much as possible under the circumstances given. This also applies to emergency medicine and intensive care, particularly if a patient is unconscious and is not able to give his consent by him-/herself. According to German law, patients' explicit written statements (advance directive, living will) are mandatory. If no advance directive is available, or if the directive does not match the current medical circumstances, other (or...

Optical coherence tomography in the assessment of cutaneous cancer margins of the face: an immediate ex vivo study.

The assessment of cutaneous cancer margins intra-operatively or in the immediate postoperative phase can guide the operator into achieving clearer margins. Achieving a clear (tumour-free) margins following surgery is an essential factor that can reduce morbidity and disfigurement. The aim of present study was to determine the accuracy of optical coherence tomography in assessing cutaneous cancer margins of the face.

Early experiences with patient generated health data: health system and patient perspectives.

Although patient generated health data (PGHD) has stimulated excitement about its potential to increase patient engagement and to offer clinicians new insights into patient health status, we know little about these efforts at scale and whether they align with patient preferences. This study sought to characterize provider-led PGHD approaches, assess whether they aligned with patient preferences, and identify challenges to scale and impact.

Diagnostic utility of touch imprint cytology for intraoperative assessment of surgical margins and sentinel lymph nodes in oral squamous cell carcinoma patients using four different cytological stains.

OSCC is most commonly associated with positive surgical margins. The important cause of loco regional recurrence is histologically positive or closed margins. Clear surgical margins might favor the patient with a better prognosis and prevent repetitive surgeries. The present study was designed to the diagnostic utility of touch imprint (TI) smears using H and E, Pap, Giemsa and Feulgen stains, so that they can be used on a routine basis.

Towards better reporting standards of patients' characteristics in rehabilitation trials: applying a new conceptual framework to current standards.

The reporting of clinical studies in rehabilitation has been criticized in several aspects, including the reporting of patient characteristics. This paper aims to contribute to the improvement of the reporting of patient characteristics in rehabilitation trials. Specifically, we want to determine the type of information that should be reported in rehabilitation trials that is specific to rehabilitation patients, and how this information is captured by current reporting standards.

Resection of Cavity Shave Margins in Stage 0-III Breast Cancer Patients Undergoing Breast Conserving Surgery: A Prospective Multicenter Randomized Controlled Trial.

Single-center studies have demonstrated that resection of cavity shave margins (CSM) halves the rate of positive margins and re-excision in breast cancer patients undergoing partial mastectomy (PM). We sought to determine if these findings were externally generalizable across practice settings.

Patient preferences for maintenance therapy in Crohn's disease: A discrete-choice experiment.

To quantify patient preferences for maintenance therapy of Crohn's disease and understand the impact on treatment selection.

Patient preferences for attributes of primary surgical debulking versus neoadjuvant chemotherapy for treatment of newly diagnosed ovarian cancer.

Randomized trials have reported conflicting findings on survival for advanced-stage ovarian cancer treated with primary debulking surgery (PDS) versus neoadjuvant chemotherapy with interval debulking; surgical complications and mortality are higher with PDS. We assessed women's preferences for tradeoffs related to this important clinical decision.

A Multinational European Study of Patient Preferences for Novel Diagnostics to Manage Antimicrobial Resistance.

Novel diagnostics are needed to manage antimicrobial resistance (AMR). Patient preferences are important in determining whether diagnostic tests are successful in practice, but there are few data describing the test attributes which matter most to patients. We elicited patients' preferences for attributes of diagnostic tests that could be used to reduce unnecessary antibiotic use in primary care across seven European countries.

Digital Information Technology Use and Patient Preferences for Internet-Based Health Education Modalities: Cross-Sectional Survey Study of Middle-Aged and Older Adults With Chronic Health Conditions.

Health information, patient education, and self-management (health information and advice, HIA) tools are increasingly being made available to adults with chronic health conditions through internet-based health and mobile health (mHealth) digital information technologies. However, there is limited information about patient preferences for using specific types of health information and advice resources and how preferences and usage differ by age group and education.

Reconstructive burden and financial implications of wider excision margins for invasive primary cutaneous melanoma.

For invasive primary cutaneous melanoma, wider excision is advocated to reduce local recurrence risk and improve patient outcomes. Excision detail is controversial, especially in intermediate- and high-risk primary melanoma (AJCC pT2-pT4). Guidance varies from sizes 1 to 3 cm (translating into large defects of 2-6 cm). The aim of this study was to determine the reconstructive and resource burden of wider excision margins (EMs).

Cancer Patients' Preferences for either Quality of Life or a Longer Life Determine Their Willingness to Talk about Forgoing Cancer-Specific Treatment.

Cancer patients often face decisions whether to proceed with cancer-specific treatment or to switch to best supportive care. In these decisions, patients' preferences should be determining cornerstones. The aim of this survey was to elicit patients' preferences regarding discussions about forgoing treatment and factors influencing their preferences.

Trends in mesenchymal stem cell clinical trials 2004-2018: Is efficacy optimal in a narrow dose range?

Numbers of clinical trials using mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) have increased since 2008 but this trend slowed in the past several years and dropped precipitously in 2018. Previous reports have analyzed MSC clinical trials by disease, phase, cell source, country of origin, and trial initiation date, all of which can be downloaded directly from ClinicalTrials.gov. We have extended analyses to a larger group of 914 MSC trials reported through 2018. To search for potential factors that may influence the design...

Gynecologic Surgical Outcomes Through the Patient's Eyes: Are Physicians Looking in the Same Direction?

Patient-centered care integrates the highest clinical standards with patient preferences surrounding their treatment. Increasing focus is being placed on the identification of patient-centered outcomes to optimize the impact of medical treatments on patient quality of life, as defined by patients themselves.

Veterans' preferences for tobacco treatment in primary care: A discrete choice experiment.

To evaluate US veterans' preferences for smoking cessation counseling and pharmacotherapy.

Preoperative biopsy in parotid malignancies: Variation in use and impact on surgical margins.

Determine rate of preoperative biopsy in parotid malignancies, identify factors associated with its use, and its association with surgical margins.

Role of Patient Maximizing-Minimizing Preferences in Thyroid Cancer Surveillance.

To understand the effect of patient preferences on thyroid cancer surveillance intensity.

A protocol for a discrete choice experiment: understanding patient medicine preferences for managing chronic non-cancer pain.

High rates of chronic non-cancer pain (CNCP), concerns about adverse effects including dependence among those prescribed potent pain medicines, the recent evidence supporting active rather than passive management strategies and a lack of funding for holistic programme have resulted in challenges around decision making for treatment among clinicians and their patients. Discrete choice experiments (DCEs) are one way of assessing and valuing treatment preferences. Here, we outline a protocol for a study that a...

Comment on: Ripamonti E, Lloyd CJ. Tests for noninferiority trials with binomial endpoints: A guide to modern and quasi-exact methods for biomedical researchers. Pharm Stat 2019;18:377-387. https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/pst.1929.

Ultrasound Guided Optoacoustic Tomography in Assessment of Tumor Margins for Lumpectomies.

To determine the accuracy of a handheld ultrasound-guided optoacoustic tomography (US-OT) probe developed for human deep-tissue imaging in ex vivo assessment of tumor margins postlumpectomy.

The index of the Prognosis Rural Landscape Preferences (IPRLP) as a tool of generalizing peoples' preferences on rural landscape.

Social preferences of visual landscape quality are commonly analysed based on diverse techniques, among which the assessment of landscape photographs are the most often applied. Such evaluation is affected by the presence, configuration, colour, texture, etc. of different landscape attributes combined with respondent characteristics such as level of education, gender, age and environmental attitudes. The complexity of factors affecting preferences for visual quality raise the question of whether the objecti...


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