Behavioral Support to Cancer Patients Before Anesthesia
All patients receive behavioral support the last half hour before anaesthesia, but at
different times and provided by persons with different connection to the patients.
The last two patients in all arms will be interviewed about their experiences with the help
Statistic will provide results in the quantitative part of the study and analysis and
interpretation following ideas of the French philosopher Poul Ricoeur will provide results
in the qualitative part of the study.
Allocation: Randomized, Endpoint Classification: Efficacy Study, Intervention Model: Parallel Assignment, Masking: Open Label, Primary Purpose: Supportive Care
Change from baseline in nervousness at the operating table
VAS score shown by patients and written down by the anesthetic nurse correcte to one decimal place.
Baseline and when the patient is on the operating table, on average 1½ days
Ole Mogensen, Professor
Southern University of Denmark
Denmark: Danish Dataprotection Agency