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Saturday 23rd September 2017

A National Registry For Patients With Hidradenitis Suppurativa

The goal of this study is to get a better understanding of the skin condition, Hidradenitis Suppurativa, and to find out how the disease affects quality of life. We hope this information will help us improve our treatment for this skin condition

Effect of Involving Community Dwelling Older People Receiving Meals-on-wheels in Activities in Relation to Meals

The clinical study's hypothesis is that community dwelling older people receiving meals-on-wheels can have an improvement in health-related quality of life and muscle strength, being involved in their own food and meals compared to not being involved in their own food and meals; that is usual community home-care and meals-on-wheels.

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...

Confocal Laser Endomicroscopy in Pleural Malignancies

To date, the different biopsy methods, such as CT-guided pleural biopsy, mediastinal biopsy, endosonography and thoracoscopy have their limitations in diagnosing pleural malignancies, such as mesothelioma. Sampling errors frequently occur resulting in the common histological finding of 'non-specific pleuritic/fibrosis', which presents a great uncertainty for clinicians and patients. Confocal laser endomicroscopy (CLE) provides real-time imaging on a cellular level, however data...

TRACK: Validation of the Portuguese Version

The TRACK ("Test for Respiratory and Asthma Control in Kids") questionnaire is a validated instrument to evaluate the control of respiratory symptoms in young children. The TRACK questionnaire was developed in English and a version in Portuguese is not available or validated, purpose of the present project.

Extension Study of Pegylated Somatropin to Treat Growth Retardation Caused by Endogenous Growth Hormone Deficiency in Children

1. To further evaluate the safety and efficacy of PEG-Somatropin in the treatment of children with growth hormone deficiency for a relatively long period 2. To explore the factors influencing the efficacy of PEG-Somatropin and to establish the height prediction model based on Chinese children with short stature, and to provide the basis and guidance for standard and reasonable long-term clinical application of PEG-Somatropin.

Thursday 21st September 2017

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...

Protective Mechanical VENTilation Strategy in Patients Undergoing CARDiac Surgery

Heart surgery is a life-saving intervention for hundreds of thousands of patients each year worldwide. Advances in technology and medical expertise have improved outcomes for these patients over the years. However, despite such advances, approximately 30% of patients develop lung complications (also called "pulmonary complications") after heart surgery, which result in prolonged hospital stay, increased mortality and healthcare costs. During and immediately after heart surgery...

Impact of Hidradenitis Suppurativa on Quality of Life Functions

The goal of this study is to get a better understanding of the impact of the skin condition, Hidradenitis Suppurativa, on quality of life function of patients with this condition. Patients with HS will be asked questions about demographics including gender, age, and ethnicity. They will also be asked to complete questionnaires to determine how their skin condition affects their life. Study participation will last for 1 day, with potential for follow-up in the future.We hope thi...

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 ...

Transnasal Endoscopy in Obese Patients Are Candidates for Bariatric Surgery

Transnasal Endoscopy in Obese Patients are Candidates for Bariatric Surgery Introduction and Objectives: high digestive endoscopy (HDE) is an important tool in the preoperative period of bariatric surgery. Patients with excess weight have a higher risk of cardiorespiratory complications during this procedure, being that the transnasal endoscopy (TNE) with an endoscope-thin is a safe alternative, comfortable and great value for money. The TNE allows the study of the upper gastr...

Growth Hormone Treatment in Patients With Aggrecan Deficiency

This is an open-label single arm prospective pilot study to study the effects of a single dose regimen of daily growth hormone medication on pre-pubertal children with Aggrecan deficiency. The growth response will be tacked over a 12 month period.

Multi-center Study on Children's and Adolescents' Medulloblastoma Molecular Subgroups in China

Recently, diagnosis and treatments for medulloblastoma becomes more complicated than before since the new World Health Organization (WHO) diagnosis criteria has put molecular marker onto an ever important position. Reports and studies revealed highly correlated connection between subgroups of medulloblastoma and patient outcomes. Children's Oncology Group (COG) has launched many new studies on molecular subgroups-based specific treatment trails. In China, children and adolescen...

Wednesday 20th September 2017

Effects of Intraoperative, Goal-directed Crystalloid vs. Colloid Fluid Resuscitation on Free Flaps

Maintaining satisfactory tissue perfusion is an essential of success during reconstructive free flap surgery following malign oral cavity tumours. Intra- and postoperative goal-directed fluid therapy is an appropriate tool for that. Continuous cardiac output monitoring based fluid loading (complemented with vasopressor and/or inotropes if necessary) might be superior to conventional, central venous and arterial pressure monitoring in terms of morbidity, complications, optimal f...

Effect of Weight Loss and CPAP on OSA and Metabolic Profile Stratified by Craniofacial Phenotype

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a common form of sleep-disordered breathing (SDB). Weight reduction has always been advocated in patients with OSA who are overweight and may lead to improvement in the severity of OSA. Previous study reported a randomized controlled trial of dietician-led lifestyle modification program (LMP) in 104 patients and found that LMP group had significantly more weight loss and reduced OSA severity, and the response was sustained after 8 months. ...

Improving Decisions About CPR

Objective The primary objective is to evaluate the efficacy of a multi-faceted, clinical decision support intervention aimed at improving the quality of decisions about Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) for seriously ill, elderly patients in hospital. The hypothesis is that fewer patients in the intervention group will have a documented order for CPR and they will have greater satisfaction with decision making about CPR than patients in the control group.

Recovery of Impairments Early After Stroke

Upper limb recovery after stroke is highly predictable early after stroke. Nijland et al. showed that based on two simple clinical bedside tests - 'Shoulder Abduction' and 'Finger Extension' (the so called 'SAFE model' [Stinear et al., 2012]) - measured within the first 72 hours after stroke, ~87% of the patients could be correctly classified as either regaining or not regaining some dexterity (recoverers or nonrecoverers, respectively) (Nijland et al., 2010). This kind of info...

Evaluation of an Interactive Opioid Risk Education Program (STOMP) for Parents

Millions of children and adolescents are prescribed opioid pain relievers each year, placing them at risk for serious adverse events and misuse in the home setting. Parents who manage these medicines, therefore, need to recognize opioid-related risks and make decisions that will both reduce these risks yet ensure effective pain relief for their children. The proposed research will evaluate new strategies to help parents learn about opioid risks, make safe and effective analgesi...

Rehabilitation in Safety-net Settings for Patients With COPD

This study will examine COPD Wellness, a 10-week low-intensity pulmonary rehabilitation program consisting of group and home exercise, education, and social support can improve symptoms and increase physical activity in participants with COPD who receive care within a 'safety-net' healthcare system (e.g. County Hospital). Half of the participants will also receive an adherence strategy targeted at addressing unmet social needs, while the other half will undergo the intervention...

Retrospective Analysis of the Outcome of Patients With Relapsed/Refractory Acute Myeloid Leukemia Included in a Patient Named Program of Gemtuzumab Ozogamicin/Mylotarg®

Gemtuzumab Ozogamicin/Mylotarg® (GO) is a conjugate of a derivative of calicheamicin a potent antitumor anthracycline antibiotic linked to a recombinant humanized antibody against the CD33 antigen. Pivotal phase 2 study in relapsed AML adult patients used GO 9 mg/m2 as a monotherapy on days 1 and 14, and showed a 30% response rate with half CR and CRp (CR with incomplete platelets recovery). Four randomized studies, 3 in adults and 1 in children, performed in patients with non...

Ultrasound in Prediction of Operative Findings in Cesarean Section Among Placenta Accreta Cases

A total of 60 women pregnant more than 28 weeks gestation will be recruited from obstetric outpatient clinic (faculty of medicine -Cairo University Hospital) after being diagnosed of having placenta previa or low lying placenta by grey scale ultrasound. Placenta will be reexamined by grey scale ultrasound & color Doppler. Sonographic parameters evaluated will include placental location, loss of retro-placental clear zone, irregularity and thickness of the uterine-placental inte...

Tuesday 19th September 2017

Expression of G-protein Coupled Receptor 120 (GPR120) Receptor in Adipose Tissue of German Diabetes Center (GDC) Cohort Subjects

G-protein coupled receptor 120 (GPR120) is a G-protein-coupled receptor whose endogenous ligands have been identified as long-chain fatty acids. Recently, it has been shown that GPR120 expression in human adipose tissue is higher in obese than in lean individuals. Interestingly, a GPR120 deficient mouse model presents an unfavorable phenotype when fed a high-fat diet with obesity, glucose intolerance and fatty liver, characteristics also found in type 2 diabetes (T2D). M...

Reliability and Validity of a Computerized Tool to Assess Proprioception and Motor Planning Among Children With Coordination Disorders

Coordination disorders are common among children that arrive to child development services. Children with coordination disorders have impaired proprioceptive sensation and motor planning. It is important to carry out a comprehensive assessment of these children in order to design an appropriate and effective treatment. There is a lack of an objective and standard assessment tools for proprioception and motor planning. Technology based assessment tools might offer a solution, as...

Dyslexics' Visual Attention Field

dyslexia is often considered like a phonological deficit but some researches show that a visual attention (V-A) deficit can occur in dyslexia. The investigator want to show that some dyslexics have a reduced V-A field in visual search when the investigator use separable feature (letter-like). If the investigator demonstrate that, he will show that V-A deficit can be transpose to an ability acquired before reading, the visual search. Therefore, the V-A deficit can't be a ...

Calcium Balance Studies in Children With CKD and on Dialysis

This is a novel, non-invasive method of assessing Ca balance by natural Ca isotope fractionation.

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