The Effect of Cold Application on the Hemostasis, Extremity Pain And Terumo Band Usage After Transradial Angiography

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Duzce University

Status

Not yet enrolling

Conditions

Angiography
Hemostasis
Radial Artery
Local Application / Packing Too Cold
Pain

Treatments

Device: cold application

Study type

Interventional

Funder types

Other

Identifiers

NCT05511675
DuzceU-ismail-01

Details and patient eligibility

About

According to the World Health Organization data, approximately 17.9 million people die every year due to heart disease. 85% of these deaths are due to heart attack and blocked blood vessels. The Turkish Statistical Institute reports that circulatory system diseases took the first place among the causes of death with 38.4%, while ischemic heart diseases constituted 39.7% of these deaths in 2018. Transradial angiography is used for the purpose of scanning and treatment of coronary arteries both in Turkey and in other countries of the world. Aim: After transradial angiography, Terumo (TR) band is used as a common device which is provides pneumatical hemostasis. This study aims to reduce usage time of the TR band, a decrease of hematoma formation and a reduction in the level of extremities pain experienced as a result of transradial angiography, thanks to using the TR band together with cold application.

Full description

According to the World Health Organization data, approximately 17.9 million people die every year due to heart disease. 85% of these deaths are due to heart attack and blocked blood vessels. The Turkish Statistical Institute reports that circulatory system diseases took the first place among the causes of death with 38.4%, while ischemic heart diseases constituted 39.7% of these deaths in 2018. Transradial angiography is used for the purpose of scanning and treatment of coronary arteries both in Turkey and in other countries of the world. Aim: After transradial angiography, Terumo (TR) band is used as a common device which is provides pneumatical hemostasis. This study aims to reduce usage time of the TR band, a decrease of hematoma formation and a reduction in the level of extremities pain experienced as a result of transradial angiography, thanks to using the TR band together with cold application. Method: This study is planned to be carried out among the patients who apply for transradial angiography between 15.09.2022 and 15.01.2023 at Düzce University Health Application and Research Center. This study will consist of a control and two experimental groups. This study is planned to be done as a single blind randomised control trial and will use equal samples block randomisation design. The study is planned to comprise of 120 patients, 40 patients in each group, taking into account possible losses. Samples number is to be calculated via G-power 3.1.9.7 programme. Patients who are in the control group will receive standard clinical care and pain level and hematoma condition will be recorded. In addition usage time of the TR band will be in accordance with the manufacturer's guidelines and will be recorded with the help of a chronometer. Study group I and group II patients will have cold application twice for a twenty minute period each time. For study group I extremity pain and hematoma will be followed and the TR band will be removed after one and a half hours. Whereas, for study group II extremity pain and hematoma will be followed but the TR band will be removed in accordance with manufacturer's guidelines as in the control group. Data accumulation methods: socio-demographic patient information form, the McGill pain measurement questionnaire and research tracking form will be used. For pain the McGill pain measurement, for hematoma single use paper tape, for the TR band usage time will be recorded via a chronometer. For study group I and II patients, cold ball (ISO BALL) application intervention will be carried out.

Enrollment

120 estimated patients

Sex

All

Ages

18+ years old

Volunteers

Accepts Healthy Volunteers

Inclusion criteria

  • First time receivers of transradial angiography
  • Neurovascular extremities must be healthy,
  • Must be conscious,
  • For the angiography 5 french arterial sheath hydrophylic catheter must be used
  • Patients for the study must be voluntary

Exclusion criteria

  • Unconscious,
  • Patients who have unstable Diabetes mellitus,
  • Patients who have chronic pain,
  • Patients who have carpel tunnel syndrome,
  • Patients who have rheumatoid - arthritis,
  • Patients who have upper extremity physical disability
  • Patients who have any cancer,
  • Patients who have bleeding disorders, for example: haemophilia
  • Patients who decline to participate in the study.

Patient criteria for study rejection

Patients who have current chest pain and whose specialist doctor considers their condition too serious for them to participate.

Trial design

Primary purpose

Supportive Care

Allocation

Randomized

Interventional model

Parallel Assignment

Masking

Double Blind

120 participants in 3 patient groups

control group
No Intervention group
Description:
Patients who are in the control group will receive standard clinical care and pain level and hematoma condition will be recorded. In addition usage time of the TR band will be in accordance with the manufacturer's guidelines and will be recorded with the help of a chronometer.
experimental group I
Experimental group
Description:
Study group I patients will have cold application twice for a twenty minute period each time. For study group I extremity pain and hematoma will be followed and the TR band will be removed after one and a half hours.
Treatment:
Device: cold application
experimental group II
Experimental group
Description:
Study group II patients will have cold application twice for a twenty minute period each time and extremity pain and hematoma will be followed but the TR band will be removed in accordance with manufacturer's guidelines as in the control group.
Treatment:
Device: cold application

Trial contacts and locations

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Central trial contact

ismail asatir, assistant; atiye erbas, PhD

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