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Decision aids on breast conserving surgery for early stage breast cancer patients: a systematic review

Jing Si, Rong Guo, Xiang Lu, Chao Han, Li Xue, Dan Xing, Caiping Chen
2020 BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making  
Conclusion Decision aids on breast conserving surgery made it easier for patient involvement in surgical decision making and improved decision-related outcomes in most early stage breast cancer patients  ...  Background Breast cancer is a worldwide health concern. For early stage breast cancer patients, choosing the surgical method after diagnosis is always a dilemma.  ...  Authors' contributions JS wrote the review. RG, XL, CH, LX, DX and CC searched articles and collected data. CC gave administrative support. All authors have read and approved the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12911-020-01295-8 pmid:33092602 fatcat:nrskwnaybbdobfka7u3om67544

Clinician-patient communication: a systematic review

Gary Rodin, Jean A. Mackay, Camilla Zimmermann, Carole Mayer, Doris Howell, Mark Katz, Jonathan Sussman, Melissa Brouwers
2009 Supportive Care in Cancer  
Materials and methods A systematic review of practice guidelines, systematic reviews, or randomized trials on this topic was conducted.  ...  For all situations and disease stages, guidelines consistently identified open, honest, and timely communication as important; specifically, there was evidence for a reduction in anxiety when discussions  ...  Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank Stephanie Dziengo for confirming the accuracy of the extracted data and rating the guidelines.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00520-009-0601-y pmid:19259706 fatcat:b3xmx6faorelfag57la35jhm64

A systematic review of decision aids for patients making a decision about treatment for early breast cancer

Nicholas Zdenkowski, Phyllis Butow, Stephanie Tesson, Frances Boyle
2016 Breast  
Breast cancer decision aid systematic review Abstract Objectives Several complex treatment decisions may be offered to women with early stage breast cancer, about a range of treatments from different modalities  ...  aids for patients with breast cancer.  ...  Acknowledgements: We would like to thank Mr Jeremy Cullis, Librarian, University of Sydney, for  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.breast.2015.12.007 pmid:27017240 fatcat:ccwlkmzhcndtfchhz6svdlpzvi

Use of Decision Aids with Minority Patients: a Systematic Review

Aviva G. Nathan, Imani M. Marshall, Jennifer M. Cooper, Elbert S. Huang
2016 Journal of general internal medicine  
We conducted a systematic review to characterize the application and effectiveness of DAs in racial, ethnic, sexual, and gender minorities.  ...  KEY WORDS: shared decision making; disparities; race and ethnicity; minority health; systematic reviews; medical decision making.  ...  DA + MI: 9.5 % to 23 % answered 3/4 questions correctly (p < 0.05*) 24 Jibaja- Weiss, M., 2011 36 Evaluate an entertainment-based patient DA for early stage breast cancer surgery in low  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11606-016-3609-2 pmid:26988981 pmcid:PMC4870418 fatcat:jrifxwqf6ndsboztjo4g7t5zwq

Assessing the quality and communicative aspects of patient decision aids for early-stage breast cancer treatment: a systematic review

Ruben Vromans, Kim Tenfelde, Steffen Pauws, Mies van Eenbergen, Ingeborg Mares-Engelberts, Galina Velikova, Lonneke van de Poll-Franse, Emiel Krahmer
2019 Breast Cancer Research and Treatment  
The purpose of this systematic review was to assess the quality and communicative aspects of DAs for women diagnosed with early-stage breast cancer.  ...  The DAs were reviewed for their quality by using the International Patient Decision Aid Standards (IPDAS) checklist, and subsequently assessed to what extent they paid attention to various communicative  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank the authors and/or organizations of the included decision aids for providing access to the tools.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10549-019-05351-4 pmid:31342311 pmcid:PMC6790198 fatcat:kq6irteyevfftmo5zzhk4pjpxm

Fertility and parenthood issues in young female cancer patients—a systematic review

Aleksandra Sobota, Gozde Ozakinci
2014 Journal of cancer survivorship  
This is a choice for patients who were diagnosed with cancer in early stages.  ...  Some women might be ineligible for a conservative gynaecologic surgery due to the advanced stage of disease at diagnosis and others might feel overwhelmed having to make a fertility preservation decision  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11764-014-0388-9 pmid:25103606 fatcat:bcg37oclmfgypo45b5spcer3di

Theory based analysis of the effects of decision aids for surgery in early breast cancer: a systematic review

Stephanie Sivell, Adrian Edwards, Antony Manstead, Ben Carter, Natalie Joseph-Williams, Alison Clements, Karen Collins, Anne Donald, Glyn Elwyn
2013 European Journal for Person Centered Healthcare  
Method: We undertook a systematic review to examine the components of decision aids that influence decision-making processes for women choosing surgery for early breast cancer.  ...  Keywords Breast cancer, breast surgery, Common Sense Model of Illness Representations, decision aids, decision-making process, decision support interventions, person-centered medicine, systematic review  ...  Goel 64 • Options for treating breast cancer. Street 70 • Decision Board: Breast Cancer Surgery. Whelan 71 • Early stage breast cancer: choosing your surgery.  ... 
doi:10.5750/ejpch.v1i1.649 fatcat:dn4qqcdhlvaonjx7z4rgaq3oga

Decision regret regarding treatments among women with early-stage breast cancer: a systematic review protocol

Jing Liu, Sharyn Hunter, Jiemin Zhu, Regina Lai-Tong Lee, Sally Wai-Chi Chan
2022 BMJ Open  
IntroductionWomen with early-stage breast cancer (EBC) are commonly required to make treatment decisions.  ...  A systematic review will be conducted to synthesise evidence about decision regret among women regarding treatments for EBC.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank Editage (www.editage.com) for English language editing.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2021-058425 pmid:35301213 pmcid:PMC8932263 fatcat:63l6uaa5encx5dzvvaz3ghr4ra

Positive anterior margins in breast conserving surgery: Does it matter? A systematic review of the literature

Su C. Ang, Grace Tapia, Emily J. Davidson, Bora Kahramangil, Cindy Mak, Hugh Carmalt, Sanjay Warrier
2016 Breast  
One study reported a 2.5% rate of IBTR in patients with non-negative margins treated with radiotherapy (of which 23% had a PAM).  ...  A later survey in the UK reported that 43.8% of surgeons would not re-excise PAM in DCIS, whilst 29.2% would not for invasive carcinoma.  ...  Introduction Breast conserving therapy (BCT), which involves breast conserving surgery (BCS) and post operative radiotherapy, constitutes the standard treatment for early breast cancer.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.breast.2015.12.013 pmid:27060552 fatcat:b2njln7xy5hmhfft5wgi55dvni

The oncological safety of autologous fat grafting: a systematic review and meta-analysis

Rodrigo Goncalves, Bruna Salani Mota, Bruno Sobreira-Lima, Marcos Desidério Ricci, José Maria Soares, Alexandre Mendonça Munhoz, Edmund Chada Baracat, José Roberto Filassi
2022 BMC Cancer  
Conclusion According to the current evidence, AFG is a safe technique of breast reconstruction for patients that have undergone BC surgery and did not affect OS, DFS, or LR.  ...  Objective To present a systematic review of the literature and a meta-analysis evaluating the oncological safety of autologous fat grafting (AFG).  ...  Acknowledgments We acknowledge the innumerous authors that published the manuscripts used in the writing of this review and meta-analysis.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12885-022-09485-5 pmid:35410265 pmcid:PMC9004160 fatcat:m23xyumwobhr7cdiruf7wejhuy

Are cancer-related decision aids appropriate for socially disadvantaged patients? A systematic review of US randomized controlled trials

Kimberly R. Enard, Patricia Dolan Mullen, Geetanjali R. Kamath, Nickell M. Dixon, Robert J. Volk
2016 BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making  
Shared decision-making (SDM) is considered a key component of high quality cancer care and may be supported by patient decision aids (PtDAs).  ...  The purpose of this systematic review is to describe the extent to which disadvantaged social groups in the United States (US) have been included in trials of cancer-related PtDAs and to highlight strategies  ...  [50] found that PtDA exposure was associated with increased uptake of mastectomy, rather than breast conserving therapy, among low-literacy Black and Hispanic women with early stage BCa.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12911-016-0303-6 pmid:27267490 pmcid:PMC4896023 fatcat:kvx3wjlyxvdfzfca5ps2m5u4li

Options for early breast cancer follow-up in primary and secondary care - a systematic review

Frances Taggart, Peter Donnelly, Janet Dunn
2012 BMC Cancer  
Method: A systematic review to identify key criteria for follow up and then address research questions.  ...  Both incidence of breast cancer and survival have increased in recent years and there is a need to review follow up strategies.  ...  In a systematic review of earlier studies Chen [14] reported 16 studies of cohorts of women treated for early breast cancer.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1471-2407-12-238 pmid:22695275 pmcid:PMC3502561 fatcat:ow4i4td77fgzbpwljiai4miirq

The patients' experience of a bladder cancer diagnosis: a systematic review of the qualitative evidence

Amanda J. Edmondson, Jacqueline C. Birtwistle, James W.F. Catto, Maureen Twiddy
2017 Journal of cancer survivorship  
Method This is a systematic review of the qualitative evidence reporting first-hand accounts of the experiences of being diagnosed with, treated for and surviving bladder cancer.  ...  Post-diagnosis, many patients are not actively engaged in the treatment decision-making process and rely on their doctor's expertise.  ...  Funding This work was funded by Yorkshire Cancer Research (grant number S388).  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11764-017-0603-6 pmid:28213769 pmcid:PMC5500680 fatcat:ca3ef3yxrjflzhyb76vd4nxvyi

Incidence of unilateral arm lymphoedema after breast cancer: a systematic review and meta-analysis

Tracey DiSipio, Sheree Rye, Beth Newman, Sandi Hayes
2013 The Lancet Oncology  
Interpretation Our fi ndings suggest that more than one in fi ve women who survive breast cancer will develop arm lymphoedema.  ...  The incidence of arm lymphoedema seemed to increase up to 2 years after diagnosis or surgery of breast cancer (24 studies with time since diagnosis or surgery of 12 to <24 months; 18·9%, 14·2-24·7), was  ...  Contributors TD, BN, and SH participated in the conception and design of the review. TD and SR participated in the extraction and analysis of data.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1470-2045(13)70076-7 pmid:23540561 fatcat:bp3w6vpjnbak5bmhg64ruliz24

Acceptability of telephone support as perceived by patients with cancer: A systematic review

S. Liptrott, P. Bee, K. Lovell
2017 European Journal of Cancer Care  
stage breast cancer survivors?  ...  Discussion We conducted a narrative systematic review of the acceptability of telephone-based interventions for adult cancer patients. The review identified 48 papers reporting on 50 studies.  ... 
doi:10.1111/ecc.12643 pmid:28134475 fatcat:zqxio52rwfbdfe575fhovhy3yq
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