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Phase 1: An observational study (registry) will be conducted which will objectively document the ACS clinical practice in Brazilian public hospitals, and identify the important barriers for the evidence usage incorporation in the clinical practice.
Phase 2: A Cluster randomized clinical trial in which public hospital will be randomized to receive or not a multifaceted strategy in order to increase evidence based therapy in clinical practice.
Patients with thoracic pain who the emergency department physician suspects of ACS and plans start a treatment for this issue; It will be excluded patients transferred of others institutions with 12 hours of symptoms.
There are multifaceted Interventions Including
1. Distribution of educational materials
2. Case manager: Use of a trained person who works in the hospital and will be responsible to assure that all interventions were used
3. Reminders: specific information that is designed or intended to prompt a health professional to recall information (patient bracelets, labels, posters, pocket cards, checklists).
4. Patient education.
Phase 1 Primary outcome; patient who've received interventions based on evidence proportion informed by the indicators; Phase 2
Increase of prescription of evidence based treatment in clinical practice Secondary outcome Total mortality and major cardiovascular events
Allocation: Randomized, Control: Uncontrolled, Intervention Model: Crossover Assignment, Masking: Open Label
Acute Coronary Syndrome
Not yet recruiting
Hospital do Coracao
Published on BioPortfolio: 2014-08-27T03:20:02-0400
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