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Tuesday 19th September 2017

Real-Time Decision Support for Improving Intraoperative Cerebral Perfusion Pressure

Across broad surgical populations, cerebral hypoperfusion is associated with increased mortality, stroke, brain cellular injury, and poor functional outcomes. Based on available evidence, The Brain Trauma Foundation recommends that cerebral perfusion pressure (CPP) be maintained greater than 60 mmHg in high-risk settings to minimize risk of cerebral ischemia. Though several lines of investigation have focused on optimal cerebrovascular management in the intensive care unit and ...


Thursday 7th September 2017

The Effectiveness of the Mobile-based Youth COMPASS Program to Promote Adolescent Well-being and Life-control

The aim of this randomized control trial is to examine effectiveness of individually tailored web- and mobile-based Acceptance- and Commitment Therapy interventions to promote adolescents' well-being and life-control and subsequently support their successful transition from basic education to upper secondary education. Our additional aim is to examine to what extent the effectiveness of the intervention varies according to intervention intensity and according to risk for school...

Wednesday 30th August 2017

Blood Pressure Measurement: Should Technique Define Targets?

Hypertension is the single most important risk factor for cardiovascular disease and death, yet blood pressure itself is highly influenced by technique and device. Hence, the target blood pressure could vary materially based on BP technique and device used. In the present study, the investigators will compare 4 different methods of measuring blood pressure in the office (casual, resting average of 3 readings with nurse present or absent for resting period, and average of 5 read...


Tuesday 29th August 2017

Role of the Serum Exosomal miRNA in Diabetic Retinopathy (DR)

Diabetic retinopathy (DR) is one of the most common causes of blindness worldwide. It is a progressive disease and its detection in early phases is very crucial for visional outcomes. miRNA of exosomes has been recently considered as a potential circulating marker of oculopathy, including age-related macular degeneration and uveal melanoma. Therefore, the primary objective of this study is to evaluate whether the serum exosomal miRNA could be prospective prognosis biomarker to ...

Tuesday 22nd August 2017

The Arthroscopic Labral Excision or Repair Trial (ALERT)

This study compares two established surgical treatments for acetabular labral tears. Patients will be prospectively recruited and randomised to either labral repair or debridement. All patients will be followed for 2 years after intervention with a primary outcome assessment at 6 months.

Monday 21st August 2017

Switch Timely to Oral Medication

The goal of this study compare the effectiveness of an electronic note versus a telephone call to alert the prescriber of a possible IV to oral switch. Secondary endpoints are the time-to-switch and the economic impact of earlier IV to oral switch.

Sunday 13th August 2017

STD Testing in Outpatient Practices

National guidelines have recommended routine STD screening (chlamydia and gonorrhea) for sexually active young women under the age of 25. Despite these recommendations, many young women are not being screened for STDs, with some estimates that less than 50% of women receiving health care are screened for chlamydia. Untreated STDs can lead to important sequelae to women's reproductive health including pelvic inflammatory disease, infertility and ectopic pregnancy. One of the mos...

Friday 4th August 2017

Evaluating Evidence-Based Quality Improvement of Comprehensive Women's Health Care Implementation in Low-Performing VA Facilities

Gaps in delivery of gender-sensitive comprehensive care have resulted in disparities in quality and patient experience among women seen in VA. VA policy action providing guidance on delivery of comprehensive healthcare services for women Veterans was disseminated nationally in 2010, followed by annual assessments and sites visits evaluating local VA efforts. While substantial inroads have been made, policy implementation, even when leveraged by field-based women's health leader...

Tuesday 18th July 2017

An Electronic Medical Record Alert of Progesterone

Progesterone can be given to women at risk for preterm birth, and is advocated by many guidelines as progesterone has been shown to markedly decrease preterm birth, death in newborns, and disability. However, not all eligible women are currently receiving this medication. Thus, there is an urgent need to improve prevention of preterm birth with progesterone. In response to the low number of women receiving this medication, the investigators have designed a potential method to i...

Tuesday 11th July 2017

A New APPROACH to HIV Testing: Adaptation of POCT for Pharmacies to Reduce Risk and Optimize Access to Care in HIV

An estimated 21% of Canadians with HIV are unaware of their infection. There is a need to improve access to HIV testing to detect infections earlier so individuals can access care early and take steps to prevent transmission to others. Barriers to HIV testing include limited access or reluctance to go to traditional testing sites (doctor's offices and sexually transmitted infection clinics), and the lengthy wait time to receive test results from standard laboratory-based HIV te...

Friday 7th July 2017

Sero-epidemiology of Priority Arboviruses in French Guiana

Dengue is an important public health problem despite the efforts of local health authorities to mitigate the impact of epidemics and the epidemiology of dengue evolved from an endemo-epidemic to a hyper-endemic state. In late 2013, the first local transmission of chikungunya virus in the Americas was identified in Caribbean countries and territories including French Guiana. Rapidly, more than 16,000 suspected local Health authorities had reported cases. In May 2015, the Pan Ame...

Thursday 6th July 2017

Remotely Monitoring Patients With Chronic Conditions in Their Home

Study will collect data from the home using the CoVa Monitoring System. Data will be captured and retrospectively analysis to determine if the data provided can alert clinician about a patient's declining health.

Generalized Seizure Detection And Alerting In The EMU With The Empatica Embrace Watch And Smartphone-Based Alert System

To demonstrate safety and effectiveness of the Embrace device in identifying convulsive seizures (CS) and notifying a caregiver during patient hospitalization at an epilepsy monitoring unit (EMU).

Friday 16th June 2017

Alarms Due to Loss of Signal Integrity in Partially Wireless Versus Traditional Pulse Oximetry in Pediatric Patients

This research study will help us to learn more about a device we use when children are sick called a pulse oximeter. The pulse oximeter lets us know how much oxygen is inside your blood without taking blood from you. It is non-invasive meaning it does not enter the body. The device has a cable attached to it. At the end of the cable is a wrap that looks like a Band-Aid with a red light on it. This wrap is placed around a finger or toe. The red light gives us a reading of how mu...

Wednesday 14th June 2017

Continuous Non-invasive Assessment of Blood Pressure in Bariatric Surgery

Comparability of discontinuous non-invasive (sphygomanometric) and continuous semi-invasive and invasive (Masimo© ; Nexfin© Monitoring ; FloTrac© Edwards Lifesciences) beat to beat measurement methods for the determination of arterial blood pressure in patients undergoing bariatric surgery.

Non-invasive Assessment of Cardiac Output and Fluid Responsiveness in Bariatric Surgery

Comparability of discontinuous non-invasive (sphygomanometric) and continuous semi-invasive and invasive (Masimo©; Nexfin© Monitoring ; FloTrac © Edwards Lifesciences) beat to beat measurement methods for the determination of cardiac output and fluid responsiveness in patients undergoing bariatric surgery.

HLA Screening in Reducing the Risk of Antiepileptic Drug-induced Cutaneous Adverse Reactions

Cutaneous adverse drug reactions (cADRs) include mild maculopapular exanthema (MPE) and severe cutaneous reactions such as hypersensitivity syndrome, Stevens-Johnson syndrome (SJS), and toxic epidermal necrolysis (TEN). cADRs are considered as a major public health issue because of their potentially life-threatening morbidity, especially severe cutaneous reactions. The incidence of SJS/TEN is estimated to vary from 1 in 1,000 to 10,000 drug exposures, and its mortality is as hi...

Thursday 8th June 2017

Screening While You Wait: An Intervention to Facilitate Exercise in Primary Care

Despite knowing that exercise improves health, primary care providers (PCPs) do not regularly assess physical activity (PA) levels or use proven techniques to help patients to increase their PA levels. Studies have shown that PCPs don't talk to patients about their PA levels because they don't feel they have adequate knowledge or resources to help their patients. Additionally they don't feel they have time to provide personalized advice regarding PA. This study will use ...

Antibiotic Use in French Nursing Home

CONTEXT: France is still one of the biggest consumers of antibiotics in Europe. An explanation for this increase in consumption would be aging. Thus, part of this aging population lives in nursing home, where the urinary tract infection is the second most suspected pathology. However, it can most often be bacteriuria requiring no antibiotic therapy. In nursing home, nurses who alert prescribers when an infection is suspected by describing clinical signs.However, his propensity ...

Tuesday 6th June 2017

A Wireless Bed Sensor for Monitoring Coughs

Aging of the population is dramatically increasing the number of hospitalized patients, with the consequent challenges of limited medical personnel and resources in hospitals. Wireless technologies that create highly connected healthcare environments are developed to help hospitals address these issues, once these technologies are perfectly integrated in the hospital environment with respect to IT infrastructure for big data storage. Such devices have proven remarkable efficien...

Monday 5th June 2017

Pain and Anxiety Evaluation in Children Using Different Techniques of Local Anesthesia for Dental Treatment

Fear and dental anxiety are often associated with the use of needles and syringes for local anesthesia, and painful perception during the administration of local anesthetics is often the main reason for anxiety behaviors and defensive reactions. Dental trauma originates in childhood, through experience misconduct. The objective of this study is to evaluate the pain and anxiety related to 4 different modalities of anesthesia in children. Will be selected volunteers aged between ...

Thursday 18th May 2017

Perfusion Index and Pain in Ankle Surgery

Perfusion index (PI) measured via a pulse oximeter has been shown to correlate with activation of the sympathetic nervous system, such as by pain stimulation, as a result of involuntary contraction of the arterioles. Thus PI holds potential for use as a tool for "objective pain measurement", although its practical usefulness and dependability as such have not previously been investigated. The investigators aim to explore associations between changes in PI and onset of pain ...

Tuesday 16th May 2017

Improving Contraceptive Care for Women With Medical Conditions

The purpose of this project is to describe how contraceptive services are currently being delivered to women with medical conditions who seek care in community-based primary care settings, such as family medicine and internal medicine clinical offices.

Tuesday 2nd May 2017

Evaluation of a Regional Post-discharge Monitoring System for Suicide Attempters

VigilanS is an innovative healthcare program. Participants of this program are all patients leaving in the Nord-Pas de Calais region who survived a suicide attempt. General goals of the post hospitalization monitoring system for suicidal attempters are: - Standardize general healthcare's practices by offering alert networks and innovative response procedures in case of suicidal crisis. - Coordinate the various health partners' actions around the patient (GP, psych...

Monday 24th April 2017

Electronic Alert System for Improving Thromboprophylaxis in Hospitalized Medical Patients

The investigators aim to investigate whether a computer-based alert system in the electronic patient chart and order entry system using the Geneva Risk Score as clinical decision support tool to estimate the risk of venous thromboembolism improves the rate of appropriate thromboprophylaxis among hospitalized medical patients.


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