HOSPITEL: Assessment of the Effects of Maela Connected Follow-up on Well-being and Pain After Lumbar Spine Surgery
Digital technologies could reduce the length of hospital stay and improve post-operative recuperation after discharge by offering a remote follow-up. No study has investigated the effects of connected follow-up on lumbar spine inpatients.
The purpose of this project is to assess the effects of connected follow-up on pain and quality of life after lumbar spine surgery.
Arms and Interventions
|Experimental: Maela connected follow-up
patient will benefit of the Maela connected follow-up
Other: Maela connected follow-up
Measures of pain, quality of life and health related variables (coping, self-efficacy, beliefs about pain) will be done at four times before and after surgery.
|Active Comparator: control group
control group with a traditional follow-up
Other: traditional follow-up
medical recommendations and prescriptions at hospital discharge. Measures of pain, quality of life and health related variables (coping, self-efficacy, beliefs about pain) will be done at four times before and after surgery.
Primary Outcome Measures
- Variation of number of well-being patients in both groups [two months]
Variation of number of well-being patients in both groups
First ever lumbar spine surgery in the context of a degenerative spinal pathology
Age between 18 and 60 yo
Providing free and informed consent to participate
Having a smartphone able to process MAELA application
Contacts and Locations
Sponsors and Collaborators
- Centre Hospitalier Universitaire, Amiens
Study Documents (Full-Text)None provided.