Study protocol for a two-center test of a nurse-implemented chronotherapeutic restoring bundle in critically ill children: RESTORE Resilience (R
Contemp Clin Trials Commun
Often, pediatric intensive care environments are not conducive to healing the sick. Critically ill children experience disruptions in their circadian rhythms, which can contribute to delayed recovery and poor outcomes. We aim to test the hypothesis that children managed via
CLINICALTRIALSGOV IDENTIFIER: NCT04695392.
CINC, Community in nursing care, circadian rhythm, DARE, daytime activity ratio estimate, DCC, data coordinating center, DMS, data management system, EEG, electroencephalography, FCCS, family-centered care scale, ICU, intensive care unit, mechanical ventilation, nurse-implemented interventions, PCPC, pediatric cerebral performance category, pediatric critical care, PICU, pediatric intensive care unit, POPC, pediatric overall performance category, PRISM III-12, pediatric risk of mortality III score from, WAT-1, withdrawal assessment tool-1
Perry, M., Dawkins-Henry, O., Awojoodu, R., Blumenthal, J., Asaro, L., Wypij, D., Kudchadkar, S., Zuppa, A., & Curley, M. (2021). Study protocol for a two-center test of a nurse-implemented chronotherapeutic restoring bundle in critically ill children: RESTORE Resilience (R. Contemp Clin Trials Commun, 23, 100840-100840. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.conctc.2021.100840