Protocol - Recurrent Priapism
This protocol uses existing medical records to document whether the respondent has experienced one or more episodes of priapism and whether surgery was performed to correct blood flow. Responses to each question are Yes, No, or Unknown and cover the timeframe between diagnosis and the start of a preparative regimen.
To be answered for males only
1. Did one or more episodes of priapism occur? (to be answered for males only)
Report Yes if the recipient experienced one or more episodes of priapism (with or without treatment) at any time between diagnosis and the start of the preparative regimen. If the recipient did not experience priapism or no information is available to determine if the recipient experienced priapism, report No or Unknown, respectively.
2. Was surgery performed at any time to correct the blood flow?
If the recipient experienced an episode(s) of priapism, indicate if surgery was required at any time to correct the blood flow. Report Yes if surgery was performed at any between diagnosis and the start of the preparative regimen / infusion to correct blood flow. If surgery was not performed or if no information is available to determine if surgery was performed to correct blood flow as a result of priapism, report No or Unknown, respectively.
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Personnel and Training Required
Personnel who are trained in performing medical records review
|Specialized requirements for biospecimen collection||No|
|Average time of greater than 15 minutes in an unaffected individual||No|
Mode of Administration
Medical record abstraction
Child, Adolescent, Adult, Senior
The Sickle Cell Disease Curative Therapies Working Group selected questions from the Center for International Blood and Marrow Transplant Research (CIBMTR) as the best standardized methodology for collecting data on priapism. CIBMTR forms were developed with the international transplant community to establish a standard set of data elements to be collected for all transplant recipients. Additionally, there are comprehensive Forms Instruction Manuals to guide investigators.
|caDSR Common Data Elements (CDE)||Priapism Greater Than or Equal To 1 Incidence Occurrence Indicator||7332067||CDE Browser|
|caDSR Common Data Elements (CDE)||Priapism Blood Flow Correction Surgical Procedure Performed Indicator||7334425||CDE Browser|
Process and Review
Protocol Name from Source
Center for International Blood and Marrow Transplant (CIBMTR), Form 2030 (R3.0) Sickle Cell Pre-HSCT Data, 2021
Center for International Blood and Marrow Transplant Research. (2021, February). Sickle Cell Disease Pre-HSCT Data (SCD) Form (CIBMTR Form 2030, Revision 3.0), Questions 77-78. National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute.
Idris, I. M., Abba, A., Galadanci, J. A., Mashi, S. A., Hussaini, N., Gumel, S. A., Burnett, A. L., & DeBaunet, M. R. (2020). Men with sickle cell disease experience greater sexual dysfunction when compared with men without sickle cell disease. Blood Advances, 4(14), 3277–3283.
Montague, D. K., Jarow, J., Broderick, G. A., Dmochowski, R. R., Heaton, J. P. W., Lue, T. F., Nehra, A., Sharlip, I. D., & Members of the Erectile Dysfunction Guideline Update Panel (2003). American Urological Association guideline on the management of priapism. Journal of Urology, 170, 1318–1324.
|Variable Name||Variable ID||Variable Description||dbGaP Mapping|
|PX850601020000||Was surgery performed to correct the blood flow?||N/A|
|PX850601010000||Did one or more episodes of priapism occur? more||N/A|
August 16, 2021
Priapism is a medical emergency that is defined as prolonged erection of the penis, usually without sexual arousal, lasting 4 hours or more.
Priapism, while uncommon in the general population, is a common complication of sickle cell disease (SCD) that results in an additional disease burden in the form of negative self-image effect such as sadness, embarrassment, and fear. Information is needed to evaluate outcomes, improve guidelines, and continue progress in the management of priapism.
Erectile, dysfunction, sickle cell disease, SCD, sexual, erection, ED, pain, priapism, reproductive health, male sexual function, Center for International Blood and Marrow Transplant Research, CIBMTR
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