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Dowson 2021

Study Aim
Treatment Dementia
Current Status of Trial
Protocol/Planned
Study Design
RCT
Intervention type
Non-pharmacological
Intervention
Singing
Study ID(s) and Acronym(s)
PRESIDE / ISRCTN10201482
Dosage and Duration
Dyads consisting of a person with dementia (n = 80) and their carer (n = 80) will be recruited. Each dyad will be randomised either to attend 10 weeks of community group singing sessions straight away or to wait for 3 months before attending the sessions. The singing sessions will be led by experienced professional musicians and will last about 90 min, including time for socialising.
Health Status/Diagnosis
Dementia

Biasutti 2021

Study Aim
Other
Current Status of Trial
Completed
Study Design
RCT
Intervention type
Non-pharmacological
Intervention
Music training
Health Status/Diagnosis
Elderly // Depression

Weise 2020

Study Aim
Treatment Dementia
Current Status of Trial
Completed
Study Design
RCT
Intervention type
Non-pharmacological
Intervention
Music // Waitlist control
Health Status/Diagnosis
Dementia

Gok 2019

Study Aim
Treatment Dementia
Study Design
RCT
Intervention type
Non-pharmacological
Intervention
Music therapy
Health Status/Diagnosis
Dementia

Hsiung 2015

Study Aim
Treatment Dementia
Current Status of Trial
Completed
Study Design
RCT
Intervention type
Non-pharmacological
Intervention
Music//Waitlist
Dosage and Duration
This is a crossover study. One group received immediate music therapy (MT) for 10 (60 min) sessions over 10-12 weeks, followed by another 12-week period of waiting; while the other group waited for 12 weeks before they received their MT.
Health Status/Diagnosis
Alzheimer Disease (AD)

Narme 2012

Study Aim
Treatment Dementia
Current Status of Trial
Completed
Study Design
RCT
Intervention type
Non-pharmacological
Intervention
Music//Painting//Cooking
Dosage and Duration
Two studies are discussed. Study one: music or painting for 3 weeks (two sessions per week)//Study two: music or cooking for 4 weeks
Health Status/Diagnosis
Alzheimer Disease (AD)

Raglio 2015

Study Aim
Treatment Dementia
Current Status of Trial
Completed
Study Design
RCT
Intervention type
Non-pharmacological
Intervention
Active Music Therapy//Individualized Listening to Music//Standard Care
Dosage and Duration
All groups received standard care (SC). Two groups attended 20 individualized MT (active music therapy) or LtM (Individualized listening to music) sessions, twice a week, in addition to SC
Health Status/Diagnosis
Dementia

Rosholm 2010

Study Aim
Other
Current Status of Trial
Completed
Study Design
CCT
Intervention type
Non-pharmacological
Intervention
Music//No Music
Dosage and Duration
The study was carried out during March, April and May 2010. In the first and third month the number of patients in delirium was counted. In the second month, music was played from 08.00 to 20.00, interrupted by an intermission for 2.5 hours mid day. Music was played in the patient's rooms. The set point Decibel was 50.
Health Status/Diagnosis
Hospitalized in Geriatric Ward
Study log
<p>
Introduction.- Older hospitalized people have an increased risk of developing delirium.Deliriumis <span class="scayt-misspell" data-scayt_word="associatedwithraisedrisk" data-scaytid="7">associatedwithraisedrisk</span> of death, longer hospital stay and subsequent bad cognitive function. Therefore it is important to prevent delirium in the geriatric patient. The aims of this study were to examine the number of delirious patients in a geriatric ward and if <span class="scayt-misspell" data-scayt_word="calmmusic" data-scaytid="15">calmmusic</span>, specially composed to be used in <span class="scayt-misspell" data-scayt_word="ahospital" data-scaytid="17">ahospital</span> environment, could prevent the development of delirium Setting: Patients in 22 beds at the department of Geriatric at <span class="scayt-misspell" data-scayt_word="Odense" data-scaytid="19">Odense</span> University Hospital Denmark, was included. Method.- The study was designed as a quasi-randomized study carried out during March, April and May 2010. Every Monday to Friday these patients were assessed for delirium using the <span class="scayt-misspell" data-scayt_word="CAMscore" data-scaytid="21">CAMscore</span> with the <span class="scayt-misspell" data-scayt_word="Minicog" data-scaytid="23">Minicog</span> test. In the first and third month the number of patient in delirium was counted. In the second month music was played from 08.00 to 20.00, interrupted by an intermission for 2.5 hours mid day. Music was played in the patient&#39;s rooms. The set point Decibel was 50. Patients not hearing the music were excluded. Our counting unit was delirium days. The number of delirium days was compared between the intervention period and the non-intervention period respectively. Results.- Since the study is finished at the end of May, results are to be presented. During the non-intervention period the prevalence of delirium was 11.0% versus 9.2% in the intervention period. Conclusions.- The number of patients in delirium was comparable to other studies. The preliminary results suggest that music can reduce the prevalence of delirium.</p>
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Van de Winckel 2004

Study Aim
Treatment Dementia
Current Status of Trial
Completed
Study Design
RCT
Intervention type
Non-pharmacological
Intervention
Music-based Exercise//Conversation
Dosage and Duration
30 minutes per session for 3 months.
Health Status/Diagnosis
Alzheimer Disease (AD)//Multiple Infarct Dementia
Study log
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Included Cochrane Study
Included

Vink 2013

Study Aim
Treatment Dementia
Current Status of Trial
Completed
Study Design
RCT
Intervention type
Non-pharmacological
Intervention
Music Therapy//Recreational Activities.
Dosage and Duration
40 minutes of music therapy or recreational activities twice weekly for 4 months
Health Status/Diagnosis
Dementia