The impact of COVID-19 pandemic on vascular registries and clinical trials

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The impact of COVID-19 pandemic on vascular registries and clinical trials. / Aziz, Faisal; Behrendt, Christian-Alexander; Sullivan, Kaity; Beck, Adam W; Beiles, C Barry; Boyle, Jon R; Mani, Kevin; Benson, Ruth A; Wohlauer, Max V; Khashram, Manar; Jorgensen, Jens Eldrup; Lemmon, Gary W.

in: SEMIN VASC SURG, Jahrgang 34, Nr. 2, 06.2021, S. 28-36.

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Harvard

Aziz, F, Behrendt, C-A, Sullivan, K, Beck, AW, Beiles, CB, Boyle, JR, Mani, K, Benson, RA, Wohlauer, MV, Khashram, M, Jorgensen, JE & Lemmon, GW 2021, 'The impact of COVID-19 pandemic on vascular registries and clinical trials', SEMIN VASC SURG, Jg. 34, Nr. 2, S. 28-36. https://doi.org/10.1053/j.semvascsurg.2021.04.001

APA

Aziz, F., Behrendt, C-A., Sullivan, K., Beck, A. W., Beiles, C. B., Boyle, J. R., Mani, K., Benson, R. A., Wohlauer, M. V., Khashram, M., Jorgensen, J. E., & Lemmon, G. W. (2021). The impact of COVID-19 pandemic on vascular registries and clinical trials. SEMIN VASC SURG, 34(2), 28-36. https://doi.org/10.1053/j.semvascsurg.2021.04.001

Vancouver

Aziz F, Behrendt C-A, Sullivan K, Beck AW, Beiles CB, Boyle JR et al. The impact of COVID-19 pandemic on vascular registries and clinical trials. SEMIN VASC SURG. 2021 Jun;34(2):28-36. https://doi.org/10.1053/j.semvascsurg.2021.04.001

Bibtex

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title = "The impact of COVID-19 pandemic on vascular registries and clinical trials",
abstract = "Quality improvement programs and clinical trial research experienced disruption due to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. Vascular registries showed an immediate impact with significant declines in second-quarter vascular procedure volumes witnessed across Europe and the United States. To better understand the magnitude and impact of the pandemic, organizations and study groups sent grass roots surveys to vascular specialists for needs assessment. Several vascular registries responded quickly by insertion of COVID-19 variables into their data collection forms. More than 80% of clinical trials have been reported delayed or not started due to factors that included loss of enrollment from patient concerns or mandated institutional shutdowns, weighing the risk of trial participation on patient safety. Preliminary data of patients undergoing vascular surgery with active COVID-19 infection show inferior outcomes (morbidity) and increased mortality. Disease-specific vascular surgery study collaboratives about COVID-19 were created for the desire to study the disease in a more focused manner than possible through registry outcomes. This review describes the pandemic effect on multiple VASCUNET registries including Germany (GermanVasc), Sweden (SwedVasc), United Kingdom (UK National Vascular Registry), Australia and New Zealand (bi-national Australasian Vascular Audit), as well as the United States (Society for Vascular Surgery Vascular Quality Initiative). We will highlight the continued collaboration of VASCUNET with the Vascular Quality Initiative in the International Consortium of Vascular Registries as part of the Medical Device Epidemiology Network coordinated registry network. Vascular registries must remain flexible and responsive to new and future real-world problems affecting vascular patients.",
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AU - Beiles, C Barry

AU - Boyle, Jon R

AU - Mani, Kevin

AU - Benson, Ruth A

AU - Wohlauer, Max V

AU - Khashram, Manar

AU - Jorgensen, Jens Eldrup

AU - Lemmon, Gary W

N1 - Copyright © 2021 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

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N2 - Quality improvement programs and clinical trial research experienced disruption due to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. Vascular registries showed an immediate impact with significant declines in second-quarter vascular procedure volumes witnessed across Europe and the United States. To better understand the magnitude and impact of the pandemic, organizations and study groups sent grass roots surveys to vascular specialists for needs assessment. Several vascular registries responded quickly by insertion of COVID-19 variables into their data collection forms. More than 80% of clinical trials have been reported delayed or not started due to factors that included loss of enrollment from patient concerns or mandated institutional shutdowns, weighing the risk of trial participation on patient safety. Preliminary data of patients undergoing vascular surgery with active COVID-19 infection show inferior outcomes (morbidity) and increased mortality. Disease-specific vascular surgery study collaboratives about COVID-19 were created for the desire to study the disease in a more focused manner than possible through registry outcomes. This review describes the pandemic effect on multiple VASCUNET registries including Germany (GermanVasc), Sweden (SwedVasc), United Kingdom (UK National Vascular Registry), Australia and New Zealand (bi-national Australasian Vascular Audit), as well as the United States (Society for Vascular Surgery Vascular Quality Initiative). We will highlight the continued collaboration of VASCUNET with the Vascular Quality Initiative in the International Consortium of Vascular Registries as part of the Medical Device Epidemiology Network coordinated registry network. Vascular registries must remain flexible and responsive to new and future real-world problems affecting vascular patients.

AB - Quality improvement programs and clinical trial research experienced disruption due to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. Vascular registries showed an immediate impact with significant declines in second-quarter vascular procedure volumes witnessed across Europe and the United States. To better understand the magnitude and impact of the pandemic, organizations and study groups sent grass roots surveys to vascular specialists for needs assessment. Several vascular registries responded quickly by insertion of COVID-19 variables into their data collection forms. More than 80% of clinical trials have been reported delayed or not started due to factors that included loss of enrollment from patient concerns or mandated institutional shutdowns, weighing the risk of trial participation on patient safety. Preliminary data of patients undergoing vascular surgery with active COVID-19 infection show inferior outcomes (morbidity) and increased mortality. Disease-specific vascular surgery study collaboratives about COVID-19 were created for the desire to study the disease in a more focused manner than possible through registry outcomes. This review describes the pandemic effect on multiple VASCUNET registries including Germany (GermanVasc), Sweden (SwedVasc), United Kingdom (UK National Vascular Registry), Australia and New Zealand (bi-national Australasian Vascular Audit), as well as the United States (Society for Vascular Surgery Vascular Quality Initiative). We will highlight the continued collaboration of VASCUNET with the Vascular Quality Initiative in the International Consortium of Vascular Registries as part of the Medical Device Epidemiology Network coordinated registry network. Vascular registries must remain flexible and responsive to new and future real-world problems affecting vascular patients.

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KW - COVID-19/epidemiology

KW - Clinical Trials as Topic

KW - Humans

KW - Procedures and Techniques Utilization

KW - Quality Improvement

KW - Registries

KW - Vascular Surgical Procedures/statistics & numerical data

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