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Exercise training after an acute VTE is safe but underutilized.9-11 Physical activity provides improvements in aerobic capacity, fatigue, and QoL and a decrease in PTS progression among VTE survivors.12-14 Obesity, a risk factor for VTE, may be worsened by sedentary behavior after an acute VTE.15 Only 50% of pediatric VTE survivors resume pre-VTE physical activity within 6 months.16 Extrapolating from above, we posited that a physical activity regimen for children after VTE is unlikely to be harmful, may be of benefit, and needs further study. In the past, investigator-initiated trials involving the prevention or treatment of pediatric VTE have been terminated prematurely for futility and feasibility concerns.17-19 Therefore, we designed a small-scale randomized controlled trial (RCT) to establish the feasibility of prescribing physical activity that would closely approximate physical activity prescription in the context of a large, fully powered RCT. A major feasibility issue that precedes a full RCT is the need to derive an effect-size estimate for the intervention, which precluded using a single-arm cohort design. We hypothesized that adherence to a physical activity regimen would be feasible and potentially effective post-VTE in children. Our primary objectives were to assess patient eligibility, consent, adherence, and retention in a pilot trial of prescribed physical activity following an initial VTE. Our secondary objectives were to obtain estimates of effect size associated with the prescribed activity by describing the within-subject changes in PTS, QoL, and coagulation biomarkers before and after intervention in each group.
We estimated a feasible sample size based on institutional VTE numbers and published flat rules of thumbs for an overall pilot trial sample size of a 2-armed trial as cited previously.27-29 We identified 268 children with VTE in the preceding 2 years (n = 130 in 2014 and n = 138 in 2015). Of these, half involved lower-extremity thrombosis (n = 134 of 268 [50%]), and of these, 52% fell within the age range of our trial (n = 67). Considering contraindications to exercise, we estimated 60 eligible children over a 2-year period. We decided on a conservative estimate of 44 (20 in each arm). We reasoned that it would be a large enough sample size to inform about the practicalities of eligibility, consent, adherence to exercise, and retention that might arise for a single site in a definitive trial of exercise in pediatric VTE. Post-hoc power analyses show that with 111 patients screened, we were powered to estimate an eligibility rate of 30% to within a 95% confidence interval of 8.5%. At an eligibility rate of 30%, 33 patients were expected be eligible and an estimated consent rate of 30% to within a 95% confidence interval of 15.6%.
Results of our single-center pilot trial suggest that it is feasible to enroll and randomize pediatric VTE patients to a prescribed physical activity regimen 3 months following VTE diagnosis, but metrics for adherence to enhanced physical activity and retention were not met. These results provide the rationale to explore the reasons for lack of adherence, such as exercise intolerance and motivation to exercise, and low retention before moving forward with a larger definitive trial of exercise training in children following VTE.
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Recording for the blind and dyslexic The Rocky Mountain Unit of Recording for the Blind and Dyslexic (RFB&D) is recruiting volunteers. Volunteer opportunities include: reading, directing, bookmarkering, tape checking, duplicating, outreach, fundraising and more. Volunteer orientations are at 10 a.m. every Monday and 6 p.m. every Thursday. Info: 303-757-0787or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Animal foster homes The Larimer Humane Society in Fort Collins needs volunteer foster homes to help take care of animals they receive. Foster care volunteers give temporary off-site care to homeless animals. A volunteer orientation will be at 2 p.m. Oct. 18 at the Larimer Humane Society, 6317 Kyle Ave.Register: email@example.com. Info: larimerhumane.org. or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Coyote protection WildEarth Guardians, a conservation nonprofit, needs volunteers to help protect coyotes in Greenwood Village by writing e-mail letters and doing outdoor field work in Greenwood Village Parks. Info: e-mail NRosmarino@WildEarthGuardians.org.
Animal sanctuary Denkai Animal Sanctuary needs volunteers to help feed, water, drain hoses, clean pens and repair fencing for the many animals housed at the sanctuary. Dog-walkers are also needed. Info: 970-897-3122 or e-mail email@example.com.
Raptor program Rocky Mountain Raptor Program, based in Fort Collins, needs volunteers. RMRP encourages preservation of our environmental and cultural resources through excellence in raptor rehabilitation, community education and research. Info: 970-484-7756 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Railroad museum The Colorado Railroad Museum in Golden needs volunteers to work in the office, on the track crew, in restoration projects in the roundhouse, in the library and as tour guides. Contact volunteer coordinator David Williams at 720-274-5147 or e-mail email@example.com.
Visiting Nurse Association The Visiting Nurse Association needs volunteers to assist with their Senior Wellness Clinics. Each month, the VNA conducts more than 80 clinics providing foot care and basic health assessments to seniors across the Denver-metro area. Volunteers assist clinic nurses by serving as receptionists, assisting with client paperwork and scheduling appointments. Also needed are volunteers to visit home-bound patients to help prevent isolation, loneliness and provide respite for caregivers. Info: Contact Nora Simmons Daly at 303-698-6387 or e-mail VNAvolunteers@vnacolorado.org.
Hospice Trinity Hospice of Colorado seeks volunteers to offer companionship and support to terminally ill patients and their families. By offering just one hour per week, you can serve as a source of encouragement and compassion by visiting someone in the Denver metropolitan area. Info: contact Jill Fabrizio at 303-799-5096 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Food bank Food Bank of the Rockies needs volunteers in the Distribution area of the warehouse filling orders, packing boxes, sorting products for delivery and more. FBR can accommodate groups from 1-30 individuals for two shifts per day as well as one Saturday morning per month. Info: Contact Olive at 303-371-9250, ext. 236 or e-mail email@example.com.
Weed district Larimer County Weed District needs a volunteer to donate about 12 hours a week assisting with general office responsibilities. Duties include answering phones, responding to questions, and preparing mailings and invoices. A six-month commitment is required. Info: 970-679-4552 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Museo de las Americas The Museo de las Americas is recruiting and training volunteers for art, programs and events. Contact Kristi Martens at 303-571-4401, ext. 28, or e-mail Kristi@museo.org.
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