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Multi-centre RDBC trial of oxygen vs air for relief of breathlessness in terminally-ill patients with intractable dyspno [ 2004 - 2006 ]

Also known as: A study of the usefulness of oxygen or air to treat to the sensation of breathlessness due to advanced disease when bloo

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[Cite as http://purl.org/au-research/grants/nhmrc/324770]

Researchers: Prof David Currow (Principal investigator) ,  Prof Amy Abernethy Ms Belinda Fazekas Prof Christine Mcdonald Dr David Woods
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Brief description This study will compare the effects of oxygen and air in the relief of breathlessness in patients at the end of life who do not currently qualify for home oxygen. This landmark study will provide accurate information about any benefits that oxygen offers for breathlessness in this setting. This international multi-site study will ask 226 people to participate using either oxygen or air for 7 days while keeping a diary. We will measure breathlessness, quality of life, anxiety and side effects experienced.

Funding Amount $AUD 149,701.00

Funding Scheme NHMRC Strategic Awards

Notes Palliative Care Research

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