Volatile Anaesthesia and Perioperative Outcomes Related to Cancer: The Vapor C Trial

Volatile Anaesthesia and Perioperative Outcomes Related to Cancer: The Vapor C Trial

VAPOR-C is a pragmatic, event-driven, randomised controlled trial, with a blinded 2x2 factorial design for
sevoflurane/propofol and for intravenous lidocaine/placebo administration.
The primary aims of this study will test if: (1) Intravenous propofol-TIVA (vs. inhalational anaesthesia), and/or (2) intravenous lidocaine analgesia (vs. placebo) improve disease-free survival (DFS) following major cancer surgery.

Project Information

Institution:

Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre

Specialities:

Anaesthesia

Oncology

Surgery

End date:

Parts of research done:

Literature review, Research proposal, Ethics approval

Positions Available:

New sites

Current Funding:

NHMRC

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Sam McKeown

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