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00:02 EDT 23rd September 2017 | BioPortfolio

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Saturday 23rd September 2017

Evaluate The Accuracy Of Breast MRI Biopsy In Diagnosing A Complete Tumor Response For Some Women Following Neoadjuvant Chemotherapy For Breast Cancer

The purpose of this study is to test the ability of a breast MRI biopsy to accurately diagnose a complete tumor response to the neoadjuvant chemotherapy (NAC) that the patient just finished. Numerous studies have shown that MRI has the highest accuracy for diagnosing a complete tumor response. The investigator wants to see if in a certain group of women who's breast cancer is no longer visible on the post-treatment MRI that the biopsy specimens from a MRI guided biopsy will acc...


Whole-body Vibration and Manual Ability

Purpose: To evaluate the short-term effects of whole-body vibration (WBV), using reciprocating plate technique, on manual ability performance in healthy younger. Material and methods: 38 healthy young volunteers were randomized to WBV group (N=19; 6 men, 13 women; mean age 21, 3.8yrs) or control group (N=19; 6 men, 13 women; mean age 20.5, 3.5yrs). The subjects in the WBV group performed one series of five consecutive repetitions of 60 sec unsynchronised WBV (Zeptoring, Scisen...

Effectiveness Study of New Generation Bednets in the Context of Conventional Insecticide Resistance in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Despite the mass distribution of LLINs (long-lasting insecticidal nets) as a Malaria control strategy, populations are still continuously exposed to a high frequency of malarial inoculation in some countries. The situation can be explained by a swift increase in the resistance of Anopheles to common insecticides. To preserve the gains of insecticides and improve their effectiveness, a new generation of bednets treated with piperonyl butoxide combination insectides have emerged....


NEUROFEEDBACK on Event-Related Potential (ERP)

This project aims to assess the evolution of symptoms in ADHD children from 8 to 17 years, with various types of attention training. Different groups A, B and C will be evaluated: the first with Neurofeedback training, the second with a similar training but not indexed on brain activity and the third without training. 30 patients will be randomly assigned to groups A and B according to a ratio 2:1. Others patients who meet the same criteria but for logistical reasons c...

Clinical Effectiveness Assessment of VeriStrat® Testing and Validation of Immunotherapy Tests in NSCLC Subjects

The purpose of this study is to collect information about how a doctor uses the results of the VeriStrat® blood test to guide treatment for non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) patients. Understanding how VeriStrat test results influence doctors' decisions and patients' outcomes may help doctors to better treat NSCLC in the future. This study will also look to establish whether new investigational tests can help better predict the effectiveness of certain medications for certain...

MR Assessment of Hepatic Hydatid Disease

Hydatid disease is a major healthcare problem worldwide caused by infection that commonly affects the liver. Treatments for hydatid disease depend on how advanced the disease is and if the infection is active or not. Currently, doctors decide what stage the disease is at by looking at the appearance of liver on scans and by performing blood tests. It is however still very difficult to be certain if a treatment is working and when is the right moment to start and stop medication...

Early Identification of Patients in Surgical Intensive Care With a Risk of Acute Respiratory Distress Following Visceral Surgery

Today there are few studies in the literature involving patients in an ICU following major visceral surgery. There are thus few results about the prognostic value of pulmonary extravascular water in this population of patients, but also the prognostic value of pulmonary extravascular water measured at the bedside using pulmonary ultrasound. In addition, pulmonary ultrasound will be combined with echocardiography to measure left ventricular function (LVEF) and to study the prof...

Hypnosis as a Therapeutic Tool in Patients With Reccurent Cystitis

Half of the women present an episode of cystitis once in their lives. A recurrence occurs in about 20% to 30% of the patients, and half of these patients will make more than 4 episodes per year, defining recurrent cystitis (CR). Complications such as pyelonephritis are rare (less than 0.5% of patients in the absence of underlying complication), however, CRs are responsible for a significant impact on women but also on society. Pain is at the forefront, but also the fear of not...

Clinical Trial to Evaluate the Efficacy and Security of Deep Brain Stimulation in Alzheimer´s Disease

Approximately one million of Spaniards suffer from AlzhEimer´s Disease (AD) and this figure is expected to triple by 20150. The approved treatments modulate neurotransmission in general and are not specific or anatomically directed. In AD there is a dysfunction in cognitive and memory circuits. It has been shown that the deep brain stimulation (DBS) can specially modulate circuits in such a way that is modulable, and this approach is safe. The safety of this treatment and its ...

Aclidinium Bromide Post-Authorisation Safety Study to Evaluate the Risk of Cardiovascular Endpoints

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the potential cardiovascular safety concerns and all-cause mortality described in the risk management plan for aclidinium bromide, through sequential, nested case-control studies for each endpoint of interest

End Nicotine Dependence Clinic

The purpose of this research is to study a smoking cessation program for adult smokers in Northeast Ohio. The study will also look at how different people respond to the program.

Thursday 21st September 2017

Evaluation of a Novel Medical Device to Facilitate Gel Instillation During Change of Long-term Urinary Catheters

A randomized, open label, controlled, parallel group study to investigate difference between regional standard procedure and a novel modified procedure (using an additional novel device to facilitate gel installation) for changing long-term indwelling urinary catheters.

Effects of Two Water-based Aerobic Training Programs in Elderly Women

The aim of the study is to investigate the effects of two water based aerobic training programs on cardiorespiratory, neuromuscular and quality of life parameters in old women. Volunteer old women age range: 60-75 years old, will participate to this study, and will randomly divided into two groups: continuous aerobic training group and interval aerobic training group. Both group subjects will participate in two-week training sessions during 12 weeks. Independent of the ...

RCT of Laser Therapy for GSM

The aim of the current study is to assess whether the CO2-laser results in superior alleviation of GSM symptoms compare to Er:YAG-laser. Specifically, we will compare objective and subjective measurements of symptoms and clinical signs of GSM, between groups of postmenopausal women with GSM receiving treatment with CO2-laser or Er:YAG-laser.

A Evaluation of 3D Functional MIRA System in Women With Mammographically Dense Breasts

The purpose of this image acquisition study is to compare, in a Reader Study, the RI8 system used in conjunction with a conventional mammography to mammography alone, and to determine whether the addition of supplementary RI8 result will improve ROC area under the curve. The study is prospective, multi-center, sequential, control trial with the woman serving as her own control. Women determined to have heterogeneously or extremely dense breast based on her previous mammogram an...

Theta Burst Stimulation for Schizophrenia

Purpose and objective Schizophrenia is a chronic debilitating illness with cognitive deficits that cause serious impairment in psychosocial recovery and with few treatments to remediate these deficits. One area that holds great promise for the development of novel, effective therapies is noninvasive brain stimulation. The investigators have used one form of brain stimulation, transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), for some time to modulate and enhance cognitive function in th...

Effect of an Exercise Program Designed for Orchestral Musicians

This study is a randomized clinical trial evaluating the effect of an exercise program designed specifically for orchestral musicians on performance-related musculoskeletal problems (PRMPs). Professional and conservatory-level orchestral musicians will be recruited. Half of the subjects will participate in an 11-week home exercise program and attend three group exercise sessions and an educational presentation on injury prevention, while the other half of the subjects will rece...

Stepped Care aiTBS 2 Depression Study (Ghent)

Antidepressant-free unipolar melancholic depressed patients (at least stage 2 treatment-resistant) will be selected by a certified psychiatrist, who will administer (semi-)structured clinical interviews. Because concomitant antidepressant treatment can confound outcome results, all patients will go through a medication washout before entering the study and they will be free from any antidepressant, neuroleptic and mood stabilizer for at least two weeks before entering the treat...

Renal Adjuvant MultiPle Arm Randomised Trial

RATIONALE: The current global standard of care after nephrectomy for localised RCC therefore remains active monitoring (i.e., observation by clinical and radiological means). 30-40% patients with initially localised RCC develop metastatic disease following nephrectomy. Need for adjuvant therapy is most marked in the high risk population where outcomes are predictably poor. However, the risk of recurrence in patients who are of intermediate risk of recurrence is not insignifican...

Developing E-health Services (DES): The Feasibility and Acceptability of Video-conferencing for Adults With Depression

Depression impacts 1 in 5 people in the United Kingdom and is a significant risk factor for self-harming behaviours and suicide. Research has shown that those experiencing depression may feel embarrassed about seeking help from a health professional and ultimately decide not to seek support at all. This project seeks to give those people an alternative option to face-to-face support by developing a new online service using video conferencing technology. In previous studies, thi...

Effect of Sodium Hypochlorite Concentration on Success of Non-surgical Root Canal Treatment

.There is no general agreement regarding the optimal concentration of sodium hypochlorite to be used in endodontic treatment.Therefore, this study aims to evaluate the effect of sodium hypochlorite concentration on the success of primary root canal treatment. The study population comprised of patients requiring primary root canal treatment following the diagnosis of pulpal necrosis with chronic apical periodontitis in mature mandibular first and second molars.Patients were rand...

Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation and Early Alzheimer's Disease (tDCS-AD)

TDCS is a rapidly expanding technique, used to treat cognitive difficulties associated with many pathologies (Parkinson's disease, rehabilitation after head trauma, etc.), but which remains of the field of research. Its use remains very experimental, and concerns the exploration of cognitions, in healthy and diseased subjects. There are not many studies on the elderly subject with Alzheimer's disease, nor do they document the medium- and long-term effect (more than one month),...

Open-label Study of Tofacitinib for Moderate to Severe Skin Involvement in Young Adults With Lupus

This 76-week, 3-part Phase 1b/2 study is intended to evaluate the pharmacological properties (pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics), safety, tolerability and preliminary effectiveness of TOFA administrated to young adults (18-30 years) with moderately to severely active SLE-CL. Subjects will be studied at the Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center (CCHMC) and recruited locally. Cohort 1 (n=10, weight > 40kg and age > 18 years and ≤ 30 years ) will undergo intense ...

Point-of-care Viral Load Testing Among HIV-infected Adolescents in Haiti

This study is designed as an individual randomized trial among 150 HIV-infected adolescents aged 10-24 years who have been on ART for >6 months and will be randomized in a 1:1 fashion to one of two arms: 1) the intervention arm (POC) ¿ receiving a POC VL test with adherence counseling informed by the VL result the same day as testing vs. 2) the standard-of-care arm (SOC) ¿ receiving a standard laboratory-based test with adherence counseling informed by the VL result 1 month l...

Nutrients to Enhance Sleep Quality and Quantity

Identifying non-pharmacological means of enhancing sleep is an important area of research for elite athletes. Research completed at the AIS has identified that some athletes have difficulties falling and staying asleep during both training and competition. There are a number of dietary components such as nutrients and certain dietary supplements that are purported to decrease sleep latency and increase quality of sleep. While many of these interventions have been investigated ...


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