Phenotypic Measurements and Their Relation to Disease Exacerbation in COPD Patients
This is an observational pilot study focused on collecting data on clinical variables that can improve the understanding of potential predictors of disease exacerbation and readmissions in COPD patients. The study aim is to understand how the variability of clinical parameters (respiratory rate, forced expiratory volume in one second, and oxygen saturation), physical activity and quality of life is associated with the risk of exacerbation in COPD patients.
Study Start Date
December, 01 2016
Estimated Completion Date
No interventions cited
Massachusetts General Hospital -- 2016P002312
Massachusetts General Hospital
1. Medically stable and ambulatory COPD (primary diagnosis) patients who have had an
emergency room visit or hospitalization for an acute exacerbation of COPD within the
past 30 days.
2. Sufficient understanding of the English language to be able to read and understand
1. Currently on admission in the hospital, on non-invasive positive airway pressure
2. Visual, hearing or cognitive impairments at the discretion of their physician.
3. Currently participating in a COPD telemonitoring program.
4. No AT&T cellular coverage at their primary residence
5. Any other medical or psychological condition that, in the opinion of the investigator
may present an unreasonable risk to the study participant as a result of his/her
participation in this study, may make participant's participation unreliable, or may
interfere with study assessments.
18 Years and older
Accepts Healthy Volunteers
Study Locations and Contact Information (1)
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