A randomised controlled trial of a psycho-educational intervention to aid recovery in infectious mononucleosis.

Abstract:

OBJECTIVES:Glandular fever is associated with an approximate fivefold increase in fatigue at 6 months. Reduced levels of fitness and illness beliefs may be important predictors of fatigue following glandular fever. We therefore developed a brief psycho-educational intervention aimed at improving recovery from infectious mononucleosis, and piloted a randomised controlled trial to evaluate the intervention. METHODS:We performed a randomised-controlled trial in primary health care in Southeast London and Kent. Sixty-nine patients aged between 16 and 45 years who were diagnosed, serologically and clinically, with acute infectious mononucleosis between December 1999 and December 2000 were randomised. The control group received a standardised fact-sheet about infectious mononucleosis, which gave no advice on rehabilitation. Patients who were randomised to the intervention received an individual treatment session, two follow-up telephone calls, and an information booklet. Fatigue score 6 months after the onset of infectious mononucleosis was the main outcome measure. RESULTS:Sixty-nine out of 139 patients referred were recruited and randomised. Eighty-seven percent of those recruited completed the Fatigue Questionnaire at 6 months. The intervention was acceptable to all who received it. There were fewer fatigue cases in the intervention group than the control group at 6 months follow-up (odds ratio 0.31, 95% confidence interval 0.09-0.91). CONCLUSIONS:A brief intervention at the diagnosis of infectious mononucleosis is acceptable, and may help prevent the development of chronic fatigue. Definitive randomised controlled trials are required to test the intervention.

journal_name

J Psychosom Res

authors

Candy B,Chalder T,Cleare AJ,Wessely S,Hotopf M

doi

10.1016/S0022-3999(03)00370-2

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2004-07-01 00:00:00

pages

89-94

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1

eissn

0022-3999

issn

1879-1360

pii

S0022399903003702

journal_volume

57

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