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Wednesday 20th September 2017

Objective and Subjective Diagnostic Parameters in the Fellow Eye of Unilateral Keratoconus

patients with keratoconus in one eye and forme fruste keratoconus in the fellow eye compared to normal subjects .the patients were examined by schemipflug imaging system (Pentacam)


Nutrients to Enhance Sleep Quality and Quantity

Identifying non-pharmacological means of enhancing sleep is an important area of research for elite athletes. Research completed at the AIS has identified that some athletes have difficulties falling and staying asleep during both training and competition. There are a number of dietary components such as nutrients and certain dietary supplements that are purported to decrease sleep latency and increase quality of sleep. While many of these interventions have been investigated ...

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 ...


Designing a Trial of Bilateral Cochlear Implantation in Adults

In the UK, cochlear implantation is the standard treatment for adults with 'severe-to-profound' deafness. This level of deafness means that without a cochlear implant they have difficulty understanding what people are saying even when they wear hearing aids. The NHS provides a cochlear implant for one ear even though these adults are deaf in both ears. Two cochlear implants could help them understand speech in noisy environments, know where to look to see who is talking, and av...

Efficacy of a Combined Linguistic/Communication Therapy in Acute Aphasia After Stroke

Linguistic training is traditionally the gold standard for rehabilitation of aphasia after stroke and efficacy criteria count early stage, intensity as well as personalized treatment. To date, no clear evidence showed a specific effect of any therapy in the acute phase of aphasia after stroke. This study aims to compare the effect of a combined therapy (linguistic/communication) versus a linguistic therapy on communication performance in patients in the acute phase of aphasia a...

Phototherapy in Association to Resistance Training in the Elderly: the Effect on Muscle Strength, Muscle Mass and Functional Capacity

Phototherapy has been largely used in rehabilitation programs due to its analgesic, antiinflamatory and healing effects. Lately, its effects of optimizing the results of resistance training on young individuals have been studied. However, there is a lack of studies on its effect on the elderly population. The objective of the present study is to verify the effect of Low-Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) on the results of resistance training in the elderly. The study will be a randomiz...

Effect of Liners on Pulpal Outcome and Restoration Survival After Partial Caries Excavation

Aim of the study was to determine the effectiveness of cavity liners regarding survival of restoration beneath composite restoration after partial caries removal in permanent teeth with deep caries and to evaluate and compare the pulp vitality outcome both clinically and radiologically with and without liners. Study was conducted in Post Graduate Institute of Dental Sciences, Rohtak in department of Conservative Dentistry & Endodontics. Mature permanent mandibular molars with ...

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 ...

Motivational Interviewing Training for Medical Students: a Pilot Pre-post Study

Objective is to evaluate the impact of a basic training programme in motivational interviewing (MI) for medical students, by comparing the ability of students to promote behavioural changes through relationship skills and to conduct a motivational interview before and after training.

Perturbed-balance Training During Treadmill Walking for Stroke Subjects

A control and a post-stroke subject with right-side chronic hemiparesis were studied. The post-stroke subject underwent 30 sessions of balance-perturbed training while walking on an instrumented treadmill where the Balance Assessment Robot (BAR™) randomly delivered pushes to pelvis in various directions at various speeds and at various perturbation amplitudes. The investigators assessed kinematics, kinetics, electromiography and spatio-temporal responses to outward-directed p...

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 ...

Can Exercise Training Reduce the Frequency and Severity of Hot Flushes Associated With Breast Cancer Treatment?

In brief, this study sets out to understand if exercise training can reduce the frequency and severity of hot flushes associated with breast cancer treatment.

Physical Exercise for Education ('Fit to Study')

Neuroscience evidence suggests that physical exercise can influence brain function and structure, both immediately and in the long-term. The 'Fit to Study' project is a randomised controlled trial to test the effects on academic performance (as well as fitness, wellbeing and cognitive function) of a teacher-training intervention designed to optimise the content of PE for brain and cognitive function during secondary school (Year 8) Physical Education (PE) lessons. The project a...

Monday 18th September 2017

Social Cognition Training and Cognitive Remediation

Social cognition refers to mental operations that enable people to perceive, interpret constantly changing social informations. These processes allow people to rapidly, effortlessly and flexibly perceive and interpret rapidly-changing social information, and respond appropriately to social stimuli. Besides, this ability gives meaning to the actions of others. Impairments in this field may largely underlie social dysfunctions and reduce adaptive skills. Moreover, social cognitiv...

Pilot Study of Early Cognitive Training in the Intensive Care Unit

The purpose of this study is to see how early cognitive training (participation/involvement in activities to stimulate the brain) in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) affects the number of patients who experience delirium (confusion) and cognitive impairment (problems with thinking). Reports have shown that 30% to 80% of all ICU patients will have some type of cognitive impairment: remembering, paying attention, solving problems, organizing, and working on complex tasks for some ti...

Football Fitness After Breast Cancer

Late effects of breast cancer treatment are widely reported including deteriorating fitness, fatigue, loss of muscle and bone mass, and increased body fat percentage. Exercise interventions may ameliorate a number of these effects including fatigue, fitness and improve quality of life. However only limited knowledge exists on the potential of novel interventions and settings, such as sports outside the hospital setting, to improve late effects of breast cancer treatment. The 'F...

Direct Pulp Capping With MTA and Calcium Hydroxide.

Aim of the study was to evaluate and compare clinical and radiographic success with MTA and calcium hydroxide as direct pulp capping materials in cariously exposed mandibular molars. Study was conducted in Post Graduate Institute of Dental Sciences, Rohtak in department of Conservative Dentistry & Endodontics. Mature permanent mandibular molars with reversible pulpitis exhibiting occlusal pulp exposure from primary dental caries were included in the study. After excavation of ...

Guided Tissue Regeneration in the Healing of Through and Through Lesions

Study Title: Effects of Guided Tissue Regeneration on the Healing of Through & Through Periradicular Lesions - A Randomized Controlled Study Rationale: Through and through defects found to be difficult to heal without GTR intervention. Various studies has been done either with graft or without graft but no randomized controlled trial has been done on resorbable membrane(GTR) in through and through lesion. Aim & Objectives: To evaluate the effect of resorbable collagen m...

Movement Patterns in Young Volleyball Athletes

This project is a consequence of the research chair project studying the same phenomenon in adult volleyball players. The project will make use of and be part of the routine medical screening that is taken by the young players of the first degree of the Leuven Volleyball School, Belgium. All young players must undergo a routine medical investigation and movement screening. This is obliged by the law. The current project will use these data. Outcome parameters will be used to ad...

Cognitive Remediation Therapy (CRT) for Adults Treated for Cancer

This study is to determine the safety, feasibility and acceptability of an 8-week cognitive remediation training (CRT) in patients treated for cancer. The secondary objective of the study is to estimate the effect size of CRT in improving neurocognitive functioning and quality of life. This is a single-arm proof of concept study. Patients treated for cancer with persistent cognitive complaints will be recruited from the outpatient clinic of the VA Comprehensive Cancer Center, W...

Effects of Repeated Memory Training on Memory Function and Addiction Related Processes

Prospective memory is the ability to implement an intention to the future (e.g. remember to take medication, attend a scheduled meeting), and has receive little attention in addiction. The investigators propose that prospective memory plays a critical, yet unrecognized, role in major human behavior change such as that required in addiction treatment. This study will determine the preliminary efficacy of prospective memory training in improving memory and executive functions whi...

Friday 15th September 2017

ABMT Augmentation of CBT

This study examines a computer-based attention bias modification training as an augmentation of individual cognitive behavioral therapy for pediatric anxiety. All participants will receive interviews to assess how they are doing in general, including general mood, degree of nervousness, and behavior. Each participant and one of his or her parents will be interviewed separately and together. Participants are asked to complete tasks involving problem-solving, attention, and emot...

Neurobiological and Psychological Benefits of Exercise in Chronic Pain and PTSD

The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan are creating a new generation of Veterans, including an increasing number of women Veterans, who present with comorbid PTSD and chronic pain conditions from recent deployment-related physical injuries and exposure to psychological trauma. Health behavior change has become increasingly important in treating these conditions and proactively preventing long-term negative health sequelae, in order to benefit these Veterans directly and reduce the gr...

Balance Training After Stroke With REWIRE

The study will include 20 patients after troke, randomly assigned to the experimental and control group (10 each). In both groups, the program with last for five days; walking and balance will be assessed before and after the program. Both groups will receive regular neurophysiotherapy; in addition, the experimental group will exercise each day by playing REWIRE games, while the control group will perform standing balance exercises.

CARDIOVASCULAR EFFECTS OF AEROBIC AND STRENGTH TRAINING IN HYPERTENSIVE MIDDLE AGES: A RANDOMIZED CLINICAL TRIAL.

Systemic arterial hypertension (SAH) is characterized by elevated and sustained blood pressure levels, related to several risk factors. Modifying lifestyle to combat risk factors associated with cardiovascular disease is critical, as such factors are related alteration of endothelial vasodilator response leading to progressive loss of its protective function. However, endothelial dysfunction related to hypertension is not only related to the decrease in the bioavailability of e...


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