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Tuesday 19th September 2017

Incidence of pNeumonia and Related ConseqUences in Nursing Home Residents

In the present proposal, we hypothesize that specifically targeting pneumonia events with preventive interventions in the French EHPAD (Etablissements d'Hébergement pour Personnes Agées Dépendantes) setting (thus, improving the health status and quality of life of patients) may simultaneously produce relevant reductions in the healthcare costs. In fact, although the number of pneumonia cases may be numerically limited, the consequences of each event are potentially catastrop...

Friday 15th September 2017

Effects on Nurses' Quality of Working Life of an Educational Intervention to Strengthen Their Humanistic Practice

Haemodialysis (HD) patients constitute a vulnerable population with considerable health needs. They are often older persons with comorbid chronic conditions. Despite the substantial technical care they receive, these patients indicate that the quality of the human relationship that develops with nurses-the pivotal element in the care this population receives-can become therapeutic. This feature of the human relationship constitutes the cornerstone of the humanistic practice (ca...

Wednesday 13th September 2017

Effects of Elastic Resistance Training on Performance and Biochemical Parameters

The aim of this study was to investigate the acute and chronic effect of elastic resistance exercise in elderly women living in a nursing home. The primary outcome was the functional performance and hand grip strength. The secondary outcomes were myokines and inflammatory markers analysis.

Decreasing Post-operative Complications of Obstructive Sleep Apnea by Introducing an Intensified Monitoring and Care Protocol

Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is a common and under-diagnosed breathing disorder characterized by recurrent partial or complete collapse of the upper airway (tongue, soft palate) during sleep. It causes recurrent episodes of asphyxia (suffocation) resulting in fragmented sleep, low blood oxygen levels (hypoxemia), and high carbon dioxide concentrations. Untreated OSA is associated with serious heart/lung and metabolic diseases including strokes, diabetes, and heart attacks. ...

Lactoferrin Versus Total Dose Infusion (TDI) For Treating Iron Deficiency Anemia in Pregnancy: Role of Nursing

This study consisted of 60 cases. All the cases of pregnant women are 4 months to 8 months of pregnancy. The cases divided into 30 pregnant women's were given iron supplementation without health education and another 30 were given iron supplementation and health education for comparison between them. Comparative between hemoglobin levels before and after medication. Treatment of iron deficiency anemia with iron supplementation received for one month.

Right to Health and Freedom From Violence

Bangladesh has the earliest patterns of marriage in the current developing world, high adolescent fertility and high rates of spousal violence against women and girls. Women and girls are often denied the right to choice or consent with respect to marriage, sex, contraceptive use and childbearing. However, the denial of these rights and its consequences, have not been adequately recognized and addressed in the context of the existing discourse or interventions in Bangladesh on ...

Wednesday 6th September 2017

Non-inferiority Trials of the Quality of Nurse Consultation Versus a Medical Consultation in Travel Medicine.

A non inferiority mono-centre randomised single blind prospective study comparing a medical consultation versus nursing consultation, into two groups parallel without crossover.

Monday 4th September 2017

Moleculight i:X™ in Wound Healing

Diabetic foot disease is a global health problem. Diabetes affects over 450million people worldwide, expected to rise to 1 in 10 people by 2040. 60-70% will lose sensation in their feet and up to 25% will develop a diabetic foot ulcer (DFU - a wound on the foot). More than half of DFUs become infected requiring hospitalisation and 20% of infections result in amputations contributing to 80% of non-traumatic amputations performed in the developed world. DFUs cost the NHS £1billi...

Thursday 31st August 2017

Feasibility and Effectiveness of the Advancing Research and Clinical Practice Through Close Collaboration (ARCC)

The Institute of Medicine's (IOM) ambitious goal for at least 90% of clinical decisions to be evidence-based includes nursing interventions and practice. Models and frameworks have been developed to meet the demand for practice transformation. While magnet facilities require a commitment to evidence-based nursing practice, military facilities currently lack such a requirement but are instituting evidence-based practice (EBP) initiatives in a purposeful path toward developing hi...

Wednesday 30th August 2017

Non-inferiority Study of Telemedicine Versus Conventional CBT-I in Recently Hospitalized Patients With Insomnia

Insomnia is a common medical condition that has a deleterious effect on emotional status, health-related quality of life, and has been associated with hospitalizations and all-cause mortality. Recently hospitalized patients who are recuperating in their homes would find it difficult to return for weekly visits with a clinical psychologist and therefore could benefit from the convenience of CBT-I treatment administered in the comfort of their homes via the wireless iPAD and vide...

Financial and Mental Health: Exploratory Research

This project will develop a model for providing low-income people with mental illness with supports that enable them to manage their money as well as possible so that they are better able to meet their basic needs, to experience less anxiety about finances, and to live fulfilling lives in the community with the greatest possible degree of independence. The project will work within a citizenship-oriented approach to mental health care, which promotes recovery through linking peo...

Tuesday 29th August 2017

Feng Shui And Emotional Response in the Critical Care Environment Study

Objective: To assess whether the feng shui of critical care bed spaces affects the inner harmony of nursing staff Design: Prospective cohort study Setting: Doncaster critical care department Participants: Critical care nursing staff Main outcome measures: To assess self-reported chi scores and their response to feng shui, cake ingestion and ghost sightings

Monday 28th August 2017

Transversus Abdominis Plane Block Versus Spinal Morphine After Caesarean Section : A Comparison Study

Many counties in sub-Saharan Africa have very limited post-operative nursing capacity, and relatively little data have been published about post-operative maternal pain control in these settings. Cesarean section is the most common type of major operation at our institution, Mbarara Regional Referral Hospital (MRRH), in south-western Uganda.Nursing ward staffing capacity is low, with much basic nursing care provided by families and friends of patients. The investigators conduct...

Sunday 27th August 2017

Home-based Virtual Reality Training After Stroke

Virtual reality (VR) training (VRT) uses computer software to track a user's movements and allow them to interact with a game presented on a TV. It is fun and engaging and may encourage the user to do more exercise. VRT is increasingly being used for rehabilitation after stroke. Patients often require ongoing therapy post-discharge from inpatient rehabilitation. Outpatient therapy may be unavailable due to waiting lists, transportation issues, distance etc.; therefore, home-bas...

Relevance of Gastric Aspirate in HCMV Detection

Human cytomegalovirus (CMV) is the leading cause of neonatal viral infection and can have a significant impact on the neurosensory development of newborns and especially premature infants. CMV infection can result from materno-fetal transmission during pregnancy (congenital infection) or postnatal transmission. The prevalence of congenital CMV infection in the newborn is estimated to be between 0.1 and 0.5%. Among the newborns in utero infected by CMV, it is estimated that 10-1...

Thursday 24th August 2017

Liraglutide Effects on Epicardial Fat Inflammatory Genes

Epicardial adipose tissue (EAT) is the visceral fat of the heart. EAT could locally affect the coronary arteries through local secretion of pro-inflammatory cytokines. EAT plays a role in the development of the coronary artery disease (CAD). EAT is a highly enriched with genes involved in inflammation. Given its rapid metabolism and simple measurability, as first developed by Iacobellis, EAT serves as target for medications targeting the fat. Glucagon-like peptide-1 agonists (G...

Wednesday 23rd August 2017

Characteristics and Outcomes of a Capacity-to-Consent Assessment Service

Background: Many medical conditions such as Alzheimer s disease limit the ability of people to think clearly. For medical scientists to best study these medical conditions, they need to enroll some people who may not be able to consent to participate in research on their own. Before these individuals enroll in research it is important to assess whether they are able to consent or whether someone else will need to consent for them. The NIH Clinical Center has a team that ...

Sociocultural & Biobehavioral Influences on Pain Expression and Assessment

Background: People can feel different levels of pain. This may depend on social, cultural, and biological factors. These factors can also influence how people respond to each other, and how they judge other people s experiences. Researchers want to learn more about these relationships. Objective: To study if social and cultural factors lead to differences in pain experience and how pain is interpreted by other individuals. Eligibility: Healthy adults ages...

Travelling for Rights

This will be a retrospective cohort study comparing women obtaining an abortion in New Mexico and living in Texas and women obtaining an abortion in New Mexico and living in New Mexico .

Tuesday 22nd August 2017

Helping Moms to be Healthy After Baby

Low-income and minority women are at increased risk for postpartum weight retention (i.e. retaining weight after pregnancy) and consequent persistent obesity. Women who are obese pre-pregnancy are 3-5 times more likely to gain weight, rather than lose weight, in the postpartum period than non-obese women. Aims for this pilot study are listed below: Aim 1: To evaluate the feasibility and acceptability of a multi-component novel weight loss intervention delivered in a WIC settin...

Monday 21st August 2017

Assessing Toxicity of Waterpipe Tobacco Smoking

Waterpipe smoking is a tobacco use method in which smoke passes through a partially-filled water jar. Burning charcoal heats the waterpipe tobacco which produces the smoke that the user inhales. Waterpipe smoking was associated with increased risk for coronary heart and pulmonary diseases. This Waterpipe Study will inform the FDA on regulating waterpipe tobacco products and reduce the harm of it use. This study will be conducted at homes of hookah smokers, in natural settings, ...

Friday 18th August 2017

Current Practices of Upper Limb Rehabilitation After Stroke

A survey was conducted among physiotherapists and occupational therapists working with stroke patients. The survey consisted out of 30 questions enquiring personal information and upper limb specific topics divided in 3 sections: (1) Passive mobilization, (2) Active exercises and (3) Immobilization. The survey took approximately 20 to 30 minutes to complete. The survey for stroke survivors was divided in seven sections: (1) Personal information (2) Motor recovery of the upper ...

Wednesday 16th August 2017

Bath Machine on Sleep Quality in Nursing Home

The study is divided into two stages, the purposes of the first stage are (1) to examine the feasibility and simplicity of the operation of bathtub machine for nurse aides; (2) to examine the safety and comfortability of the bathtub machine from the perspectives of the nurse aides. The purposes of the second stage are (1) to understand the experiences of nurse aides and the elderly with disability by using the bathtub machine(which has edde massage function); (2) to evaluate th...

Comparison of Multigam IV (5% vs. 10%) in Patients With an Immunodeficiency Secondary to a Hematological Disorder

The purpose of this observational study is to compare the administration of standard of care Multigam IV 5% and standard of care Multigam IV 10% in order to observe changes in infusion time and infusion related reactions. Patient satisfaction, number of actions taken by the nursing staff during infusion and satisfaction of the nursing staff will also be evaluated.

Monday 14th August 2017

ELECtric Tibial Nerve Stimulation to Reduce Incontinence in Care Homes

This study aims to determine whether a programme of transcutaneous posterior tibial nerve stimulation (TPTNS) is a clinically effective treatment for urinary incontinence (UI) in care home residents and what the associated costs and consequences are.

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