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Symptom monitoring after hospitalisation in
patients with advanced heart failure,
a Nordic- Baltic study
Irene Lie RN, CCN...
Thank you for the funding!
One hour before delivering the
application…….
Nordic-Baltic research group
Nordic-Baltic research group
• Sweden
– Professor Anna Strømberg Project leader, professor
Tiny Jaarsma
• Norway
– PhD stu...
Background
In Europe
• 3.5 million people are newly diagnosed
with heart failure (HF) every year
• 5-million hospital admi...
Background continue
• Patients lack knowledge to recognize their
HF symptoms and manage self-care at
home
Project aim
To determine the effect of monitoring
HF symptoms and signs
– combining self-assessment tools and a non-
invas...
Study phases
1. Testing device, interview feasibility (n=10)
2. RCT pilot with sham (10+10+10)
3. Developing treatment alg...
Data collection - 6 months RCT
1.Symptoms (MSAS-HF) 1. Symptoms (MSAS-HF) 1. Symptoms (MSAS-HF)
2. Self-care (EHFBS) 2. Se...
Nordic-Baltic added value
• Building
– Knowledge
– Competence across
Norway, Sweden and
Lithuania
– Career
– 2 PhD
– Netwo...
Thank you for your attention
Contact information: Irene.lie@ous-hf.no
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Symptom monitoring after hospitalisation in patients with advanced heart failure, a Nordic- Baltic study

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Symptom monitoring after hospitalisation in patients with advanced heart failure, a Nordic- Baltic study

  1. 1. Symptom monitoring after hospitalisation in patients with advanced heart failure, a Nordic- Baltic study Irene Lie RN, CCN, PhD/Clinical researcher
  2. 2. Thank you for the funding! One hour before delivering the application…….
  3. 3. Nordic-Baltic research group
  4. 4. Nordic-Baltic research group • Sweden – Professor Anna Strømberg Project leader, professor Tiny Jaarsma • Norway – PhD student Ina M Thon Aamodt, PhD Irene Lie, Professor Ragnhild Hellesø – Professor Dan Atar, MD, PhD, Thomas von Lueder • Lithuania – PhD student Edita Lycholip, MD, PhD Jelena Celutkiene
  5. 5. Background In Europe • 3.5 million people are newly diagnosed with heart failure (HF) every year • 5-million hospital admission for HF annually • 25 % of patients with HF are readmitted to hospital within 30 days
  6. 6. Background continue • Patients lack knowledge to recognize their HF symptoms and manage self-care at home
  7. 7. Project aim To determine the effect of monitoring HF symptoms and signs – combining self-assessment tools and a non- invasive monitoring device to reduce the rate of readmission after discharge from hospital
  8. 8. Study phases 1. Testing device, interview feasibility (n=10) 2. RCT pilot with sham (10+10+10) 3. Developing treatment algorithm 4. RCT (100+100+100)
  9. 9. Data collection - 6 months RCT 1.Symptoms (MSAS-HF) 1. Symptoms (MSAS-HF) 1. Symptoms (MSAS-HF) 2. Self-care (EHFBS) 2. Self-care (EHFBS) 2. Self-care (EHFBS) 3. Patient education 3. Patient education 4. HF blood sample 4. HF blood sample 5. Echo 5. Echo 6. Interview-patient experience Discharge From hospital 30 d after discharge Out-patient clinic 3, 6 m after discharge Posted quest 30 days daily symptom monitoring intervention at home
  10. 10. Nordic-Baltic added value • Building – Knowledge – Competence across Norway, Sweden and Lithuania – Career – 2 PhD – Network – Friendship
  11. 11. Thank you for your attention Contact information: Irene.lie@ous-hf.no

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