ICO CLINICAL STUDY| Radiotherapy

Hospital:
Catalan Institute of Oncology (ICO) of Barcelona.


Study Author:
Juan Luis Ribes (Radiation Oncology Nursing Consultation Coordinator).

Objective: Demonstration of effectiveness of Relieving Repair Oil , Soothing Body Cream and Purifying Soap Oil to treat Radiodermitis in patients undergoing breast onco-radiotherapy treatment.

Sample: 14 patients undergoing breast onco-radiotherapy treatment were studied, divided into 2 groups: Normo-fractionated (25 50Gy sessions) and Hypo-fractionated (15 sessions 40.05 Gy).

Aspects to assess: Elasticity, Hydration, Melanin and Erythema.

Method: Measurements on 14 patients with Mexameter skin analyzer.

MexameterConducting GGcare Clinical Study with Mexamenter, in a patient from ICO Barcelona

Results

Normo-fractionated treatment
(25 sessions 50Gy)

GGcare_graphic_Normofractionated Clinical Study

  • Loss of Elasticity: with GGcare 2.8%. Average with other creams 10%.
  • Hydration Loss: with GGcare 5.66%. Average with other creams 12%.
  • Melanin: with GGcare 7.5%. Average with other creams 18%.
  • Increased Erythema: with GGcare 22.08%. Average with other creams 25%.


    Treatment in Hypo-fractionated
    (15 sessions 40.05 Gy)

    Clinical_Graphic_Hypofractionated Study
  • Loss of Elasticity: with GGcare 11%. Average with other creams 11%.
  • Hydration Loss: with GGcare 2%. Average with other creams 12%.
  • Melanin: with GGcare 1.1%. Average with other creams 18%.
  • Increased Erythema: with GGcare 20%. Average with other creams 25%.


  • Conclusions

    Very good response for both types of radiotherapy. In all measured parameters it has Better response than most rated creams . It is reaffirmed that the combination of Relieving repair oil , Soothing body cream and the Purifying soapy oil , it is a protocol HIGHLY RECOMMENDED to treat Radiodermitis .

    TEST| Satisfaction and effectiveness

    Test data

    Situation: The test is carried out before introducing the products to the market, with the purpose of making the pertinent modifications until the highest degree of satisfaction and effectiveness possible is achieved.

    Sample: 93 patients (in different types of oncological treatments) from:

    Objective: Achieve 100% effectiveness and satisfaction in all GGcare cosmetics products in all test participants.

    Procedure: A total of 3 tests were done. Products were reformulated (some up to 3 times) to achieve our goal: 100% satisfaction and effectiveness.

    Products used
    1. COLORED MOISTURIZING CREAM, illuminating (SPF20) :
      Aim: Provide the necessary hydration and restoration. Provide a bright, healthy appearance and make you feel attractive. Aromatherapy.

    2. NIGHT CREAM, regenerating :
      Aim: Repair and rebalance the skin and achieve great comfort when sleeping at night. Aromatherapy.

    3. BODY CREAM, soothing :
      Objective: Soothe the itching and skin discomfort of the body, caused by oncological treatments. Aromatherapy.

    4. SOAPY SHOWER OIL, purifying :
      Aim: Moisturize and regenerate the skin also at the time of the shower, transmitting comfort thanks to the soap-like oil format. Aromatherapy.

    5. REPAIR OIL, relieving :
      Aim: Oil to treat radiodermatitis. Aromatherapy.

    Result

    This graph shows the degree of effectiveness obtained in each of the tests carried out.

    Products Test I Test II Test III
    Day Cream 79% 100%
    Night Cream 60% 100%
    Soothing Cream 80% 100%
    Soapy Oil 100%
    Repair Oil 40% 55% 100%

    Conclusion
    All products are evaluated with 100% effectiveness in all study participants. The degree of satisfaction of the products is reflected in the final comments, where we also achieved a reach of 100%.

    Satisfaction and effectiveness with GGcare, test in natural clinical cosmetics