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Houston Methodist (2016) – Aromatherapy: A non-pharmacological intervention for postoperative nausea and vomiting in PACU

In a study conducted by Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital, results showed a 60% reduction in antiemetic drug use after patients inhaled QueaseEASE® in the PACU.  This led to a 100% recommendation to include QueaseEASE® in their multi-modal therapy for PONV. AUTHOR(S): Ronald M. Malit BSN, RN, CPANN, CAPA & Paschale Dorismond-Parks BSN, RN, CPAN, Houston Methodist Sugarland Hospital DATE: May

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Oregon Health & Sciences University (2017) – Study of QueaseEASE as a non-medical treatment option for PONV

Oregon Health and Science University conducted a limited size clinical trial of QueaseEASE® testing efficacy and satisfaction. Findings showed 85% of users had total relief of nausea and were satisfied with QueaseEASE® AUTHOR(S): Jennifer Francis, RN, Lynn Truscott, RN DATE: April 2017 READ THE FULL STUDY BELOW: INTRODUCTION CHH Short Stay recognized that PONV was a challenge with day stay patients.

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Stephens Memorial (2014) – Study: QueaseEASE patient trial in ambulatory care

A study conducted at Stephens Memorial Hospital showed that 90% of patients using QueaseEASE® experienced some relief from their nausea,  with 50% experiencing complete relief. AUTHOR(S): Ambulatory Surgery Center Postoperative RNs DATE: January 2014 READ THE FULL STUDY BELOW: DEMOGRAPHICS Product used on 20 patients (2 male, 18 female) Mean age = 41.2 years RESULTS 50% – Total Relief from

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Bon Secours (2013) – Evidence-based review: Efficacy and satisfaction of QueaseEASE use in postoperative setting

Clinical trials by Bon Secour St. Francis Health System concluded that 70% of patients reported nausea relief after using QueaseEASE®, both in PACU and post-discharge. In addition, 97% were satisfied with their treatment for nausea. AUTHOR: Sandy Rotsted BSN, RN DATE: March 2013 READ THE FULL STUDY BELOW: RESULTS 61 – Total QueaseEASE® Used. 10 – Not used according to

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