REaCT-vascular Access Her2 Negative Vascular Access Strategies for (Neo) Adjuvant Breast Cancer Treatment Without Trastuzumab

Official Title

Simple, Prospective and Randomized Trial to Obtain Answers to Questions of Standard of Care: Vascular Access Strategies for (Neo) Adjuvant Breast Cancer Treatment Without Trastuzumab: A Study From the REthinking Clinical Trials Program (REaCT-vascular Access Her2 Negative).

Summary:

In the REaCT-Vascular Access Her2 negative study, the investigator will use a novel method to allow comparisons of established standard of care vascular access strategies using the "integrated consent model" as part of a pragmatic clinical trial. Determining the optimal vascular access strategy remains an important medical issue for patients, nurses, physicians and society. A novel method to allow comparison of established standards of care is needed as part of an increasing internationally mandated incentive to perform more pragmatic clinic trials.

Trial Description

Primary Outcome:

  • Accrual rates
  • Patient compliance
Secondary Outcome:
  • Physician engagement
  • Rates of thrombotic events
  • Number of attempts at cannulation

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Resources

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