UNITI results 20231201

UNITI results

UNITI project finished in September 2023. It’s overall aim was to deliver a predictive computational model based on existing and longitudinal data attempting to address the question which treatment approach is optimal for a specific patient based on specific parameters. Clinical, epidemiological, medical, genetic and audiological data, including signals reflecting ear-brain communication, were analysed from existing databases. Predictive factors for different patient groups were extracted and their prognostic relevance were tested in a randomized controlled trial (RCT) in which different groups of patients underwent a combination of therapies targeting the auditory and central nervous systems.

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uniti survey promo img smallThe current status of the scientific literature highlights a serious lack of studies estimating, in detail, the economic burden of tinnitus on healthcare systems, patients, their families and society. One of our tasks in UNITI is to try to solve this gap by running a study. As part of our study we have created a survey that should be completed by patients suffering from tinnitus. With this survey we hope to gain insight into the financial burden to the individual, as well as to society, associated with suffering from tinnitus with the final aim to obtain an estimate of the health care costs associated with tinnitus.

Help us assess the health care costs associated to tinnitus by disseminating our survey to tinnitus patients! The survey is available here: https://ec.europa.eu/eusurvey/runner/TinnitusSocioeconomicBurden

The approximate time to complete this survey is estimated to 20 minutes.

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Data and analysis scripts of the UNITI-RCT results are currently available upon request (stefan.schoisswohl@klinik.uni-regensburg.de).

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