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Saturday 23rd September 2017

Whole-body Vibration and Manual Ability

Purpose: To evaluate the short-term effects of whole-body vibration (WBV), using reciprocating plate technique, on manual ability performance in healthy younger. Material and methods: 38 healthy young volunteers were randomized to WBV group (N=19; 6 men, 13 women; mean age 21, 3.8yrs) or control group (N=19; 6 men, 13 women; mean age 20.5, 3.5yrs). The subjects in the WBV group performed one series of five consecutive repetitions of 60 sec unsynchronised WBV (Zeptoring, Scisen...

Tuesday 19th September 2017

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...

Monday 18th September 2017

Intraoperative Ultrasound in Patients Undergoing Transsphoidal Surgery for Pituitary Adenoma

Pituitary adenoma can be difficult to cure with approximately a third of patients in contemporary series' undergoing incomplete resection. Over the last decade or so a handful of groups have described the use intraoperative ultrasound to improve resection. Although limited, these proof-of-concept studies suggest intraoperative ultrasound is a safe and effective technological adjunct to transsphenoidal surgery for pituitary adenoma. In this prospective development study 30 adul...

Wednesday 13th September 2017

LCI (Linked Color Imaging) for Adenoma Detection in the Right Colon

Although colonoscopy with polypectomy can prevent up to 80% of colorectal cancers, a significant adenoma miss rate still exists, particularly in the right colon. Optimizing the detection of adenomas and sessile serrated lesions in the right colon is crucial to increase the effectiveness of colonoscopy in colorectal cancer prevention. Last generation Fuji videocolonscopes incorporates the Linked Color Imaging (LCI), a recently developed technology that differentiates the red co...

Tuesday 12th September 2017

Phase 2 Trial of Gemcitabine vs S-1 vs Gemcitabine Plus Nab-paclitaxel as Adjuvant Chemotherapy of Post-operative Pancreatic Cancer Patients

Pancreatic cancer is one of the deadliest tumor types, there is no effective treatment method clinically. Recently radical surgical resection is recommended for this cancer, How to improve the survival rate of patients is the doctors' goals . Postoperative chemotherapy can partly raise post-operative survival rate. the purpose of this study is to three chemotherapy regimens(gemcitabine monotherapy, S-1 monotherapy and combining nab-paclitaxel with gemcitabine),which is best reg...

Impact of an Endoscopic Treatment of the Line Z on the Gastronomic Recurrence and the Gastro- Esophageal Reflux Disease in the Care of the Adenocarcinoma of Barrett's Oesophagus

Barrett's oesophagus is a transformation of the esophageal mucous membrane there intestinal metaplasia under the effect of gastro- esophageal reflux disease (GERD). This metaplasia can evolve in low grade dysplasia LGD) , high grade dysplasia (HGD) then invasive adenocarcinoma. The treatment of the HGD of the Barrett is the endoscopic treatment. It is about a superficial treatment of tumor without ganglionar invasion by definition. The endoscopic treatment of the Barre...

Efficacy and Safety or Rhythmic Auditory Stimulation (RAS) for Gait and Balance Disorders in Parkinson's Disease

Gait deficits are among the most characteristic and most functionally debilitating signs of the motor neuropathology of Parkinson's disease (PD). Rhythmic Auditory Stimulation (RAS) is a technique by which a series of auditory stimuli are presented at a fixed rhythm, so that patients have to synchronize their movements to the rhythms. In this study, auditory stimuli will be constituted by Tango musical pieces, which tempo is modified to adapt to patients' walking cadence. Previ...

Sunday 10th September 2017

The Impact of Point-of-Care Ultrasound

Point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) has been found to be useful for aiding in the prediction of fluid responsiveness. It is unknown if trainees can effectively utilize this tool to improve their assessment of fluid responsiveness. In this prospective, observational study, pulmonary and critical care fellows are asked to make 2 assessments of fluid responsiveness in adults with shock: (1) based on clinical exam alone (Clinical) and (2) after performing a POCUS (Clinical + US). The...

Thursday 7th September 2017

HIPEC in Ovarian Carcinoma Clinical Stage IIIC and IV During Interval Laparotomy

Ovarian cancer is the leading cause of gynecological cancer mortality, with no current screening method effective for early diagnosis, with 75% of advanced stage patients being detected. Not all patients are candidates for standard treatment, which is primary cytoreduction followed by adjuvant chemotherapy, due to the advanced process. A subgroup of patients will receive neoadjuvant chemotherapy followed by interval surgery, which allows higher rates of optimal cytoreduction wi...

Efficacy of IMPACT in Infant Siblings of Children With ASD

Over a 5 year period infant and baby siblings of children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) will be recruited to this study and will be randomized into 2 groups. Parents of the intervention group will receive 6 week of coaching in how to implement this intervention. Parents randomized to the control group will not receive intervention coaching. Both groups will attend a series of clinic appointments for data collection that occur at 3 month intervals over a 9 month period.

Wednesday 6th September 2017

Cross-sectional Study on Prevalence of Coagulation Factors Deficiency in Assiut University Children Hospital

Blood coagulation is a complex mechanism that is required for the rapid establishment of a stable fibrin clot. A series of interdependent enzyme-mediated reactions translate the molecular signals that initiate blood coagulation into the formation of the fibrin clot. Congenital coagulopathies result when there is a deficiency of protein co factors and enzymes implicated in blood coagulation

INvestigating the Lowest Threshold of Vascular bENefits From LDL Lowering With a PCSK9 InhibiTor in healthY Volunteers

The INTENSITY-LOW study aims to answer if there are any limits to LDL reduction in relation to benefitting vascular health from a mechanistic viewpoint, and therefore potentially limitations to primary prevention in healthy volunteers by lowering LDL cholesterol using PCSK9 therapies. This research is being carried out because it is unclear what the lowest threshold of LDL cholesterol should be to attain significant reductions in CV risk in healthy individuals. It is also unkno...

Monday 4th September 2017

RISSCI-1 Blood Cholesterol Response Study

Raised blood cholesterol (also referred to as blood LDL-cholesterol) is a major risk factor for developing heart disease. Dietary saturated fat is recognised as the main dietary component responsible for raising blood LDL-cholesterol, and reducing its intake has been the mainstay of dietary guidelines for the prevention of heart disease for over 30 years. However, there is very little evidence for a direct link between the intake of saturated fat and risk of dying from heart di...

Evaluation of the Safety and Efficacy of FBPM10 System in the Treatment of Post-surgical Wounds

This is a prospective randomized controlled case series in patients having a surgery for bilateral breast reduction. Objectives of the case series are to evaluate the safety and efficacy of the FBPM10 System when compared with standard of care (massages with vitamin E cream) in the treatment of post-surgical wounds.

Wednesday 30th August 2017

Engaging Patients and Providers in Collaborative Communication on HPV Vaccination (EPICC-HPV)

Vaccination against Human Papillomavirus is recommended for adolescent females by the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP), physicians, and many medical organizations, yet uptake of HPV vaccines remains very low. CDC data reveal that in 2013 only 44.3% of 13-17 year old females in New Mexico (and 37.6% nationwide) had completed the 3-dose HPV vaccine series. These data reveal the uptake of the HPV vaccines is unacceptably low, thereby diminishing its ability to p...

Tuesday 29th August 2017

Evaluation of Adding Lidocaine to Dexamethasone in Intra-tympanic Injection for Management of Tinnitus

Importance; Tinnitus is a heterogeneous diagnosis that may occur alone, in the presence of hearing loss or as a component of other disorders and can be quite disabling. Intratympanic injections of medications recently proved to have role in management of tinnitus. The investigators report on our experience with the use of intratympanic injection of Lidocaine as local anesthetic which potentiate the action of dexthamesasone in treatment of tinnitus without adding potential risks...

Sunday 27th August 2017

Efficacy and Safety of Nerve Root Axial Decompression Surgery in The Treatment of Tethered Cord Syndrome

Background: Tethered cord syndrome (TCS) is a progressive clinical condition including a series of neurological dysfunctions and deformities attributable to abnormally increased tension on the spinal cord, which is lacking effective treatment to relieve the symptoms and prevent progression. Dr. Shi recently proposed a new technique as nerve root axial decompression surgery, which is also called capsule surgery, to treat patients with TCS. Yet, the effectiveness and safety shoul...

Thursday 24th August 2017

DVD Lifestyle Intervention

More than a third of US Veterans who receive care through the VHA are obese, putting them at higher risk for multiple serious chronic health conditions. Developing evidence-based programs that are scalable, cost-efficient and serve a diverse Veteran population is a priority for the VA National Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention (NCP). While the VA's MOVE! program is an effective lifestyle intervention for obesity, its reach had been limited. Some Veterans may be...

Wednesday 23rd August 2017

Efficiency of Twice Daily Formoterol Versus Once Daily Tiotropium in Patients With GOLD A/B COPD

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a disease state characterized by persistent airflow limitation and associated with an accelerated decline in lung function, impaired quality of life, hospitalization, and increased mortality. As a major public health problem, COPD is predicted to rank as the fifth burden of diseases in the world by 2020. Thus, prevention of exacerbations is a important goal in the management of COPD. The Global Initiative for Chronic Obstructive L...

Tuesday 22nd August 2017

Myocardial Infarction Prescription Duration Adherence Study

Quasi-experimental, controlled interrupted time series design, evaluating the impact of the intervention at Hamilton Health Sciences (HHS) where standardized prescriptions and education will be provided, St Joseph's Hospital (SJH) where education alone will be provided and Niagara Health Services (NHS) sites where education and point of care reminders at discharge to promote 90 day prescriptions and 3 repeats, with remaining Ontario cardiac sites as a concurrent control group.

Enduring Happiness and Continued Self-Enhancement (ENHANCE) 2.0

The study is designed to compare the efficacy of two programs intended to improve happiness and well-being among healthy, community adults between the ages of 25 and 75 years. Participants will complete either an in-person program (ENHANCE) or a mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) self-help program over 3-months. The ENHANCE program will include 12-weekly sessions based on researched principles of happiness. Alternatively, the MBSR self-help guide will teach ways to repla...

Study of AZD9291 in NSCLC Patients Harboring T790M Mutation Who Failed EGFR TKI and With Brain and/or LMS

AZD9291 is an oral potent irreversible EGFR TKI selective for sensitizing EGFR mutation and T790M resistance mutation but sparing wild-type EGFR. Preclinical studies indicate that AZD9291 has significant exposure in the brain and activity against EGFR mutant brain metastasis. In addition, anti-tumor activities of AZD9291 in patients with advanced stage EGFR mutant NSCLC including patients with brain metastasis have been reported in an ongoing Phase I study. More recently, AZD92...

Stepping Stones and Creating Futures Intervention Pilot

This is a shortened interrupted time series pilot evaluation over a twelve month period to evaluate whether the combined Stepping Stones and Creating Futures intervention can reduce men's perpetration of IPV and women's experience of IPV, strengthen livelihoods and reduce gender inequality.

Monday 21st August 2017

Post-traumatic Occipital Neuralgia - Surgical Versus Medical Management

Occipital neuralgia and subsequent headaches are associated with significant morbidity and impact quality of life and ability to work. Treatment is primarily medical and consists of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications and medications to treat neuropathic pain. Many patient exhaust medical management options and suffer from persistent symptoms. Surgical management of chronic headaches including occipital neuralgia is emerging as a tool to relieve pain and the burden of ...

Behavioral Activation for Smoking Cessation and the Prevention of Post-Cessation Weight Gain (Neuroimaging Supplement)

This research study is a sub-study within the Behavioral Activation for Smoking Cessation and the Prevention of Post-Cessation Weight Gain main study (NCT02906787). Participants who are eligible for the main study and meet certain MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) related study criteria (i.e. conditions) may also elect to complete a series of computer tasks inside a standard, closed MRI scanner to examine changes in brain activity associated with the smoking cessation counseling...

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