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Haley Arnold, RN, BSN - Clinical Supervisor ASU/PAC


“QueaseEASE is the first thing I reach
for with the start of any PONV.”

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Tried, tested and proven.

Studies show that when patients are given QueaseEASE to manage nausea, satisfaction with their care increases significantly. Soothing Scents offer a range of products to aid in PONV and PDNV.

Our History of Studies

2012


Queens Medical Center – July 2012

A Queens Medical Center trial found a 15 minute decrease in PACU stay when nauseated patients used QueaseEASE®. There was also a 37% decrease in Phenergan use and more than a 50% decrease of Kytril administration. In addition, 82% of patients felt that QueaseEASE® helped relieve their nausea.

 

Madigan Healthcare System – December 2012

In a study conducted by Madigan Healthcare System, users of QueaseEASE® , compared to placebo, showed a statistically significant decrease in nausea, as well as a significantly higher perception of treatment effectiveness.

 

2013

Bon Secour St. Francis Health System, QueaseEASE Medical case Study

Bon Secour St. Francis Health System – March 2013

Clinical trials conducted at Bon Secour St. Francis Health System concluded that 70% of patients reported relief of nausea after using QueaseEASE®, both in PACU and post discharge. In addition, 97% were satisfied with their treatment for nausea.

 

QueaseEASE Medical case Study, Scripps

Scripps – March 2013

Scripps Clinic Carmel Valley conducted a small investigational trial that found that 62% of patients got relief from their nausea after inhaling QueaseEASE®. The average patient rating of the product was 4.5 out of 5.

 

QueaseEASE Medical case Study, Floyd Memorial Hospital

Floyd Memorial Hospital – August 2013

Published in the October 2015 issue of JoPAN, a Floyd Memorial Hospital study showed using QueaseEASE® for post discharge nausea reduced nausea 100% of the time. In addition, nearly half experienced complete relief.

2014

Stephens Memorial Hospital, QueaseEASE Medical case Study,

Stephens Memorial Hospital – January 2014

A study conducted at Stephens Memorial Hospital showed that 90% of patients using QueaseEASE® had relief from their nausea, with 50% experiencing complete relief.

 

QueaseEASE Medical case Study, St Jude Children's Research Hospital

St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital – Septemeber 2014

At St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, data collected from a three month pilot project showed QueaseEASE® to be a feasible intervention. It also found that patients, families, and nursing staff were highly satisfied with QueaseEASE®.

2015

University of Colorado – April 2015

In a University of Colorado descriptive qualitative study comparing QueaseEASE® to alcohol pads, patients and nurses both reported significantly higher satisfaction with QueaseEASE®.

2016

QueaseEASE Medical case Study, houston methodist

Houston Methodist – May 2016

In a study conducted at Houston Methodist Sugarland 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 it in their multi-modal therapy for PONV.

2017

QueaseEASE Medical case Study, Deaconess Hospital

Deaconess Hospital – March 2017

In a prospective randomized study comparing QueaseEASE® to standard post discharge nausea care, 100% of the patients using QueaseEASE® found effective relief from their PDN.

 

QueaseEASE Medical case Study, Oregon Health and science University

Oregon Health and Science University – April 2017

Oregon Health and Science University conducted a limited size clinical trial of QueaseEASE® to test efficacy and patient satisfaction. Findings showed 85% of users had total relief of nausea and were satisfied with QueaseEASE®.

2018

QueaseEASE Medical case Study, university of massachusetts-lowell
UMass Lowell School of Nursing – December 2018

 

In a randomized study comparing QueaseEASE to conventional medication, PONV relief was achieved within 7.8 minutes for QueaseEASE users compared to 66.8 minutes for patients given anti-emetics.

 


  • Queens Medical Center – July 2012

    A Queens Medical Center trial found a 15 minute decrease in PACU stay when nauseated patients used QueaseEASE®. There was also a 37% decrease in Phenergan use and more than a 50% decrease of Kytril administration. In addition, 82% of patients felt that QueaseEASE® helped relieve their nausea.

     

    Madigan Healthcare System – December 2012

    In a study conducted by Madigan Healthcare System, users of QueaseEASE® , compared to placebo, showed a statistically significant decrease in nausea, as well as a significantly higher perception of treatment effectiveness.

     

  • Bon Secour St. Francis Health System, QueaseEASE Medical case Study

    Bon Secour St. Francis Health System – March 2013

    Clinical trials conducted at Bon Secour St. Francis Health System concluded that 70% of patients reported relief of nausea after using QueaseEASE®, both in PACU and post discharge. In addition, 97% were satisfied with their treatment for nausea.

     

    QueaseEASE Medical case Study, Scripps

    Scripps – March 2013

    Scripps Clinic Carmel Valley conducted a small investigational trial that found that 62% of patients got relief from their nausea after inhaling QueaseEASE®. The average patient rating of the product was 4.5 out of 5.

     

    QueaseEASE Medical case Study, Floyd Memorial Hospital

    Floyd Memorial Hospital – August 2013

    Published in the October 2015 issue of JoPAN, a Floyd Memorial Hospital study showed using QueaseEASE® for post discharge nausea reduced nausea 100% of the time. In addition, nearly half experienced complete relief.

  • Stephens Memorial Hospital, QueaseEASE Medical case Study,

    Stephens Memorial Hospital – January 2014

    A study conducted at Stephens Memorial Hospital showed that 90% of patients using QueaseEASE® had relief from their nausea, with 50% experiencing complete relief.

     

    QueaseEASE Medical case Study, St Jude Children's Research Hospital

    St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital – Septemeber 2014

    At St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, data collected from a three month pilot project showed QueaseEASE® to be a feasible intervention. It also found that patients, families, and nursing staff were highly satisfied with QueaseEASE®.

  • University of Colorado – April 2015

    In a University of Colorado descriptive qualitative study comparing QueaseEASE® to alcohol pads, patients and nurses both reported significantly higher satisfaction with QueaseEASE®.

  • QueaseEASE Medical case Study, houston methodist

    Houston Methodist – May 2016

    In a study conducted at Houston Methodist Sugarland 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 it in their multi-modal therapy for PONV.

  • QueaseEASE Medical case Study, Deaconess Hospital

    Deaconess Hospital – March 2017

    In a prospective randomized study comparing QueaseEASE® to standard post discharge nausea care, 100% of the patients using QueaseEASE® found effective relief from their PDN.

     

    QueaseEASE Medical case Study, Oregon Health and science University

    Oregon Health and Science University – April 2017

    Oregon Health and Science University conducted a limited size clinical trial of QueaseEASE® to test efficacy and patient satisfaction. Findings showed 85% of users had total relief of nausea and were satisfied with QueaseEASE®.

  • QueaseEASE Medical case Study, university of massachusetts-lowell
    UMass Lowell School of Nursing – December 2018

     

    In a randomized study comparing QueaseEASE to conventional medication, PONV relief was achieved within 7.8 minutes for QueaseEASE users compared to 66.8 minutes for patients given anti-emetics.

     

Mulitple indepentand medical facilites have conducted their own studies on the effectiveness of QueaseEASE. They have found that the users of QueaseEASE® , compared to placebo, showed a statistically significant decrease in nausea, as well as a significantly higher perception of treatment effectiveness.

All the studies were done independently with no financial relationships with commercial interests.

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Haley Arnold, RN, BSN
Clinical Supervisor ASU/PAC

“QueaseEASE is the first thing I reach for with the start of any PONV.”

Haley Arnold, RN, BSN
Clinical Supervisor ASU/PAC

“QueaseEASE is the first thing I reach for with the start of any PONV.”

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