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14:28 EDT 20th September 2017 | BioPortfolio

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Wednesday 20th September 2017

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...


Evaluate the Frequency of Fatigue After Cerebral Infarction

Cerebral infarction is a type of stroke that can lead to sometimes disabling sequelae. Among these sequelae, fatigue is frequently reported by patients. It is therefore important for doctors to understand why patients suffer from fatigue after cerebral infarction and to determine whether treatments given for the cerebral infarction may have an impact on this fatigue. The aim of this research was to study the frequency of fatigue after cerebral infarction, the associated ...

Randomized Controlled Trial of Pyridoxine for Tardive Dyskinesia

Purpose: Tardive dyskinesia (TD) is a involuntary movement disorder that can occur following long term treatment with antipsychotic medications and for which few treatment options exist. This study will test the efficacy of pyridoxine (also known as vitamin B6) for TD. This will be an 8 week double-blind, placebo-controlled, randomized trial measuring the effect of pyridoxine 400 mg/day on the severity of involuntary muscle movements in people who meet Schooler-Kane criteria fo...


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...

Can High-Flow Oxygen Therapy Improve Oxygenation During Exercise in ILD Patients?

Objectives: 1.- To compare the level of oxygenation achieved during muscular training with conventional oxygen systems (nasal cannulas) versus nasal High-flow oxygen therapy. 2.-To compare benefits achieved with both systems, in terms of: level of exercise during training; effort tolerance in the 6 minutes walking test (6MWT); improvement of dyspnoea and Health-related quality of life (HRQoL). And analyse the effects of nasal High-flow oxygen therapy on the acute exercise in a ...

MRI Measurement of the Effects of Deep Neuromuscular Blockade on the Abdominal Working Space During Laparoscopy

During laparoscopy, a surgical working space is obtained by creation of a pneumoperitoneum. Optimal surgical conditions are essential to ensure the patient's safety. A meta-analysis on studies comparing the influence of deep and moderate neuromuscular blockade (NMB) on the quality of the surgical space conditions during laparoscopy (1), showed that compared to moderate NMB, deep neuromuscular blockade improves the surgical space conditions, assessed by the Leiden-Surgical Ratin...

Medico-economic Evaluation of Different High-throughput Sequencing Strategies in the Diagnosis of Patients With Intellectual Deficiency

Intellectual deficiency (ID) is a veritable public health issue because it affects 1 to 3% of the population at large. Currently, in France, the diagnosis is based on clinical expertise, the use of DNA microarray analysis, screening for fragile-X syndrome and, if necessary, a study of target genes depending on the clinical data. Although clinical expertise is not enough to target one gene in particular, these different tools currently lead to diagnosis in only 20% of patients o...

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...

PET/MRI to Enhance Precision Guidance in Head and Neck Radiation Treatment Planning

The purpose of this study is to evaluate this new technology available at the University of Wisconsin Carbone Cancer Center in the setting of head and neck cancer radiation treatment planning. This study will also provide preliminary data critical to the development of multi-parametric, multi-modality quantitative imaging biomarkers and data analysis models for prediction of outcome in both tumors and normal tissue, which are essential for patient-specific adaptive therapy. ...

Tuesday 19th September 2017

Telephone-Based Mindfulness CBT for Patients in Community Settings With Advanced Cancer

This study examines the feasibility and acceptability of an open trial of mindfulness-based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy intervention delivered via telephone to men and women age 21 and older with a diagnosis of advanced cancer. Potential participants (N=35) will be recruited via letter from their oncologist at community-based clinics (N=18) and those served at the Duke Cancer Institute in Durham who live more than 60 miles away (N=17). Following informed consent, participants ...

Palliative Outcome Evaluation Muenster I

For patients with an advanced disease and their families an excellent and compassionate care is essential. However, in hospitals optimal end-of-life care is not yet fully realized and patient's needs are often not met. Palliative care is able to increase patients' quality of life and to carefully meet their and their families' needs. To improve the awareness of unmet needs patient-reported outcome measurement has been the pivot of latest palliative care research. Besides the i...

Compassion Cultivation Training for Nurses

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the feasibility of implementing a Compassion Cultivation Training (CCT) program for oncology nurses at Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center. The goal of CCT is to provide a structured and systematic way of cultivating daily-life skills needed to strengthen qualities of compassion, empathy, and kindness for oneself and others. CCT typically includes (i) eight weekly 2-hour classes and (ii) daily practice. The in-class activities include ...

A mRUS Validation Study for Nail-treated Fractures of Long Bones and a TUS Exploratory Study for Nail and Plate-treated Fractures of Long Bones

Early intervention attempts to shorten protracted delayed union (DU) or prevent non-union (NU) fractures are hampered by lack of validated quantitative assessment tools for bone fracture healing during normal and delayed healing processes (Morshed et al,2014; Marsh et al, 1998). In actual practice, sequential X-rays usually follow a pre-determined time interval in patients with fractures (Fong et al, 2013). They constitute the best available state of the art used by surg...

An Assistive Soft Robotic Hand for Stroke Rehabilitation

The soft robotic system could provide objective and quantifiable measures of subject performance. By combining voluntary motor intention and the robotic hand technology, the system will facilitate the recovery process of stroke patients.

Analysis of Nutrition During Chemoradiotherapy in Patients With Gastrointestinal Cancer

To assess the effectiveness of close and intense monitoring on nutritional status of gastrointestinal cancer patients during chemoradiotherapy (CRT), 500 CRT patients diagnosed with gastrointestinal system are going to be recruited into this prospective study. Patient-generated subjective global assessment (PG-SGA) scale and nutrition risk screening (NRS-2002) are used for nutritional assessment at the beginning and the end of CRT; Beside the nutritional parameters, Quality of ...

A Trial of Three School-based Body Image Interventions Delivered by Teachers

Body image is one of the leading concerns for young people. Such concerns can have serious health consequences, including unhealthy weight control and exercise behaviours, depression, smoking, low self-esteem and misusing drugs and alcohol. Leading and emerging approaches for improving body image are effective among older adolescent females, and when delivered by expert providers (e.g., psychologists). However, there is a need for body image programmes that include males and so...

Polyphenols and Risk of Dementia

This project aims to leverage existing data from a large observational prospective study on dementia, the Three-City study, to investigate the relationship between intakes of polyphenols and the risk to develop dementia in the 12 years following dietary assessment.

ASIA Down Syndrome Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia 2016

To evaluate the outcome of a prednisolone and low dose methotrexate based protocol in Down syndrome children with ALL (DS-ALL) in an Asia-wide study. The treatment protocol was modified based upon backbone of Taiwan Pediatric Oncology Group (TPOG)-ALL protocol in which risk classification will be guided by level of flow minimal residual disease (MRD) instead.

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...

Monday 18th September 2017

Online HIV Prevention for Young Male Couples

Young gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men (YMSM) are the only risk group in which rates of new HIV infections are on the rise. There has been a relative dearth of research dedicated to understanding these health disparities between gay/bisexual and heterosexual youth, and even less has focused on identifying factors that might promote resilience against negative health outcomes. Understanding both risk factors and processes of resilience is critical in developing...

Effect of Taping in the Hemiplegic Patient With a Deficit of the Footbrowers

A majority of people undergoing rehabilitation following a stroke have a deficit of the dorsal flexors of the foot. The implementation of rehabilitation techniques in accordance with the recommendations of learned societies is not sufficient to compensate for this deficit. Also Kinesio Taping's method of Dr. Kenzo Kase has caught our attention by its action on muscle, joint, circulatory and pain functions. The use of taping would increase the duration of stimulation of the mus...

Subject Insights to Understand Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA)

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a chronic, systemic autoimmune disease affecting the joints and can lead to joint pain, swelling, redness and stiffness and can cause deformity, loss of strength and immobility. This cross-sectional qualitative study aims to explore the burden of established RA by conducting semi-structured Concept elicitation (CE) interviews (60 minutes duration) and real-time data capture task. The conceptual model developed from this data will be used to support ...

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...

Multifactorial Control of Type 2 Diabetes and Treatment Intensity in Primary Care

Main Objective: To identify changes in metabolic control of type 2 diabetes in patients of the Catalan national health system during 2007-2013. Study design: Follow-up of a population with type 2 diabetes during 7 years (2007-2013). Study participants: Approximately 300,000 people with a clinical record in the SIDIAP database. Source: SIDIAP database. Variables and measurements: Age, gender, time since diagnosis of type 2 diabetes, associated cardiovascular risk factor...

Review and Assessment of Network Meta-analyses for Knowledge Uptake Study

This randomized controlled trial will assess the interpretability of the rank-heat plot for presenting the results of network meta-analysis in comparison to SUCRA (surface under the cumulative ranking) plots which are suggested to present one of the best ranking statistics.


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