Anxiety Assessment Before Regional Anesthesia. (Stress RA)
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ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT04199442
Recruitment Status :
(Sanitary crisis du to Covid-19)
We want to assess the level of anxiety of patients who arrive in the operating room before performing regional anesthesia.
Condition or disease
Anxiety Regional Anesthesia Pre-operative
When patients arrive in the operating room, we want to submit them a validated questionnaire (APAIS score and STAI-6 score) to assess their anxiety. After that, the care (anesthesia and surgeries) will take place in a very usual way and similar to our standards of care.
APAIS score [ Time Frame: Achievement of the score on arrival at the operating area (between 15-30 minutes before to realise the regional anesthesia block). Only one determination of the score is made ]
anxiety measurement score
STAI-6 score [ Time Frame: Achievement of the score on arrival at the operating area (between 15-30 minutes before to realise the regional anesthesia block). Only one determination of the score is made ]
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Ages Eligible for Study:
18 Years and older (Adult, Older Adult)
Sexes Eligible for Study:
Accepts Healthy Volunteers:
Patients who come to the operating room for surgery under regional anesthesia.
patient> 18 years
surgery performed under general anesthesia or not but preceded by a regional anesthesia.