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Brief Tobacco Cessation Intervention

Traditional smoking cessation clinics and telephone quitlines are expensive and 'passive' as they require motivated smokers to visit the clinic or make a phone call to seek help. However, in most middle-resource countries, smoking cessation clinics are not well publicized. Most health care professionals (HCP) are not active in performing smoking cessation counselling to their patients. They are not aware of the available smoking cessation services or the benefits of such servic...

Extended Specialized Assertive Intervention for First Episode Psychosis

In a randomized clinical trial, the researchers want to investigate if the positive short-term outcomes (first 1-2 years), achieved with specialized assertive intervention programme (OPUS), can be maintained for five years if the specialized treatment is sustained over the first five years in comparison to only two years of specialized treatment followed by three years of standard treatment.

Impact of Uterotonic Agents on Isolated Human Myometrium

The purpose of this study is to compare the ability of a sample of uterine muscle tissue to contract in the presence of various drugs. The drugs studied are typically used to contract the uterus when a pregnant patient continues to bleed after delivery. Amongst the uterotonic drugs (used to contract the uterus), namely oxytocin, ergonovine and carboprost, the most effective one to use is not known. The investigators will be testing uterine muscle samples in the presence of t...

The Cardiovascular Genetic and Therapeutic Implications of Muscular Dystrophy

This study will have significant impact on muscular dystrophy patients as it promotes early screening for heart disease. With early identification, beneficial medical therapy can be started sooner, resulting in restoring and maintaining normal heart function. This is critical to the survival of these patients. We have reported previously that heart failure in all patients may have common mechanisms, the "final common pathway". Heart failure is a significant health problem wit...

Specialized Addiction Treatment Versus Treatment as Usual for Young Patients With Cannabis Abuse and Psychosis

The purpose of the trial is to investigate the effect of specialized treatment of cannabis abuse among young people with psychosis. The specialized treatment consists of manualized individual treatment and group therapy. It will be compared with the standard treatment, which consists of non-specialized, non-manualized treatment. 140 patients will be randomised to one of the two treatments, and the investigator(s) will be blinded to the treatment received.

Implementing Telemedicine-Based Collaborative Care for MDD in Contract CBOCs

Small contract VA Community Based Outpatient Clinics present unique challenges to implementation of collaborative care because of their distinct organizational characteristics and lack of on-site psychiatrists. A recent effectiveness study, successfully used telemedicine technologies to adapt the collaborative care model for small rural VA Community Based Outpatient Clinics. The purpose of the proposed study is to implement this telemedicine-based collaborative care model in ...

Brief Tobacco Cessation Counselling: Mini Train-the-trainers Program

Physicians play a critical role in reducing tobacco use by advising smoking patients to quit. After receiving such advice to quit smoking, patients were more likely to report trying to quit, quitting for at least 24 hours, making more quit attempts, and having more successful quitting outcomes compared with those who received no such advice. On the other hand, most physicians are not performing smoking cessation counselling, and miss the opportunities to advise patients to quit...

Evaluation of Rapid Diagnosis Tests in Imported Malaria

The annual number of cases of clinical malaria worldwide is estimated to be 300-500 million leading to 1.5 million deaths. Delayed care and frequent drug resistance of Plasmodium falciparum (Pf), the most frequent form of malaria, is responsible for these deaths. Each year, 5000-8000 travellers return to France with malaria, 4/5 from Africa and with Pf. Clinical features associated with a malaria crisis are poorly predictive and misdiagnosis can be easily made. Diagnosis of ...

In It To Quit: Commitment Contracts for Smoking Cessation

This study aims to examine whether a combination of positive and negative commitment devices is effective at inducing long-term smoking cessation in smokers from a low-to-moderate income background. Investigators will randomly assign patients of a multi-site clinic in Connecticut to receive one or both of a succession of two commitment contracts. First, a two-month reward contract will pay participants for (a) engaging in clinic and web-based activities that support smoking ces...

A Single-Dose, 1-Period, 1-Treatment Pilot Study of an Investigational Capsule Formulation of 2 mg/0.5 mg Buprenorphine/Naloxone Under Fasting Conditions

A single-dose pilot study of an investigational capsule formulation of 2 mg/.05 mg Buprenorphine/Naloxone. NIDA Contract No. HHSN271200577414C

Study to Assess the Efficacy and Safety of CLBS12 in Patients With Critical Limb Ischemia (CLI)

A prospective, open label, controlled, randomized, double arm, multi-center study to assess the efficacy and safety of CLBS12 in patients with critical limb ischemia (CLI) due to arteriosclerosis obliterans (ASO) with a single arm sub-study to assess the safety and potential efficacy of CLBS12 in patients with CLI due to Buerger's Disease (BD).

Risk Modelling for Quality Improvement in the Critically Ill: Making Best Use of Routinely Available Data

The aim of the proposed study is to better understand the epidemiology of, risk factors for and consequences of critical illness leading to improvements in the risk models used to underpin national clinical audits for adult general critical care, cardiothoracic critical care and in-hospital cardiac arrest using data linkage with other routinely collected data sources.

Cost Effectiveness Analysis of Critical Care in Resource Limited Setting

The purpose of this study was to examine the cost effectiveness of critical care in a middle income country with limited resources. The main study hypothesis was that critical care is cost effective in low resources setting.

Specialized Substance Abuse Supervision (SSAS) Versus Non-SSAS Recidivism Rates Among Nebraska Felony Drug Offenders

This social science study hypothesizes that convicted felony drug offenders in Nebraska who participated in Specialized Substance Abuse Supervision (SSAS) as part of their probation or parole showed significantly better outcomes (specifically, less recidivism) at six months post-entrance to SSAS compared to those who did not participate in SSAS.

Open Label Study (Everyone Who Participates Receives Drug) to Further Determine How Safe and Effective Oral Treatment of Seletracetam is in Patients With Refractory Epilepsy.

This is a safety and efficacy study of add on therapy with seletracetam in patients experiencing refractory epilepsy.

Syphilis Response to Higher Penicillin Dosage: The 2.4 Versus 7.2 Study

Syphilis remains a significant health problem worldwide, with an estimated 10.6 million new cases per year. Due to shared transmission route and risk factors, co-infection with syphilis and Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) is not uncommon. Several studies have evaluated the response to syphilis treatment in HIV-infected patients. They support the claim that patients with HIV have a slower decrease in syphilis antibody titers, and that they may progress to neurosyphilis in ear...

Conventional Care With or Without Specialized Cancer Care in Treating Patients Receiving Chemotherapy

RATIONALE: Patients undergoing chemotherapy who receive specialized cancer care may have fewer symptoms and improved emotional health. PURPOSE: Randomized clinical trial to compare the effectiveness of conventional care with that of conventional care plus specialized cancer care in treating patients who are receiving chemotherapy for breast, ovarian, pancreas, endometrial, colon, or lung cancer, or for non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.

Performance and Team Pre-critical Staff Before Critical Event in High Fidelity Simulation for Anesthesiology Residents

Simulated environment allowed safe learning of critical events and knowledge of appropriate response and treatment. Anesthesiology resident education curriculum in Lyon plans several high fidelity simulation session with a large panel of critical events. Anticipation of critical events before they may occur and plannification of team resources and priority in the treatment strategy may help to improve team performance during the scenario. The investigators' goal is to compare t...

Safety and Efficacy Study Using Gene Therapy for Critical Limb Ischemia

The purpose of this study is to evaluate whether intramuscular injections of VM202 into the calf is safe and effective in the treatment of critical limb ischemia.

Rehabilitation Following Critical Illness

The principal research question to be answered by this study is whether an exercise based rehabilitative intervention following critical illness can generate improvements in exercise capacity and quality of life beyond current (usual) care. The investigators will also aim to demonstrate that such an intervention is both practical and cost-effective.

Heart Failure Study: The Atlanta Cardiomyopathy Consortium

Heart failure is a very common cause of hospital admission and there are half a million new cases diagnosed each year in the United States. While some important progress has been made over the last two decades for the treatment of heart failure, there still remains a critical need for further advances in our understanding of this disease in order to significantly improve patient outcomes. Large numbers of heart failure patients need to be studied over time to allow scientists...

Revascularization in Nonagenarian Patients With Critical Lower Limb Ischaemia

The rise in life expectancy implies an increased number of nonagenarian patients who need evaluation for critical lower limb ischaemia (CLI). The study goal is to evaluate whether revascularization techniques in these patients fulfill a set of security and efficacy criteria generated from surgical results in a validated historical cohort.

Optimal Protein Supplementation for Critically Ill Patients

It is well accepted that during critical illness there is an increase in protein breakdown and loss of lean body mass. Previous studies have shown that during critical illness muscle breakdown increases dramatically. The aim of our study is to test the hypothesis that critically ill patients have improved outcomes with higher protein supplementation.

Specialized Treatment Early in Psychosis (STEP)

The purpose of this study is to understand the effectiveness of a specialized package of phase-specific treatments for individuals in the midst of their first episode of psychosis. The pharmacologic and psychosocial treatments will be delivered within a state public mental health center.

Registry of First-line Treatments in Patients With Critical Limb Ischemia

The principal research question is which treatment modality between open surgical, endovascular and conservative therapy is the most effective in terms of limb salvage, survival and reinterventions in patients with critical limb ischemia

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