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Movement and Music Intervention for Individuals With Dementia

The goal of the study is to learn about how possible benefits of movement and music for individuals with dementia. Individuals with dementia will participate in either a dance class or listen to live music. The study includes assessments of walking, balance and cognition.

Sepsis: Prognosis and Evaluation of Early Diagnosis and Intervention (SPEEDI Study)

BACKGROUND: In November 2003 the Medical Director at Copenhagen University Hospital, Hvidovre, gathered a group of doctors involved in the diagnosis and treatment of patients with sepsis. AMIS: To develop a fast and reliable tool that can guide the physician in the diagnosis and treatment of the septic patient thereby reducing mortality and morbidity. The measurement of markers of inflammation, coagulation, infection and specific bacterial antigens in the same plasma sam...

Dance Exercise as Novel Complementary Therapy for Parkinson's Disease

The purpose of this study is to gather data to see if so-called enriched forms of exercise programs such as dance is more effective in improving balance and quality of life in patients with idiopathic Parkinson's disease than regular exercise programs that are currently provided by physical therapists.

Effects of Dance on Cognition, Frailty, and Burden in Elderly Caregivers Living in Rural Communities

This research aims to analyze the effects of senior dance on the cognition, frailty, and burden in elderly caregivers of rural communities. This is a randomized clinical trial to be conducted with a sample of 58 elderly caregivers residing in rural communities. Data collection will be performed in the homes of the elderly and/or in the dependencies of the Family Health units (USFs - primary health care systems). They will answer Socio-demographic characterization instrument, AC...

Aerobic Dance Training in Small Vessel Disease

Introduction: Cerebral small vessel disease (SVD) is associated with age-related disabilities including dementia, depression, physical and functional impairment. Chinese are more prone to developing SVD than Caucasians. Physical exercise may improve multiple negative consequences associated with SVD. Objective and hypothesis to be tested: To examine the effects of a 24-week structured aerobic dance training on cognition, mood, physical and daily functions in stroke and d...

A Decision Aid for Women With Early Stage Breast Cancer

To enhance information transfer and decision making for women with breast cancer.

Just in TIME - Intervention With Dance and Yoga for Girls With Recurrent Abdominal Pain

Recurrent abdominal pain affects up to 37% of school-age children, mostly girls. These problems results in decreased quality-of-life, absence from school, lower sleep quality and increased health-care consumption. Long-term effects are lasting pain-symptoms and increased risk for psychiatric illness. The scientific evidence for interventions towards long-term pain in children is limited and pharmacological treatment is not effective. Cognitive behavioral therapy has shown some...

Effects of Ballet Training on Postural Stability in Older Adults

The purpose of this study is to examine the changes in postural stability in older adults following exposure to a beginning ballet dance technique course. Postural stability will be assessed at baseline and following the intervention using Wii Balance Boards as an affordable alternative to force plates. It is hypothesized that a significantly reduced body sway will be observed in participants following a ballet dance training course over a 10-week period.

The Effect of Square Dance on Rheumatoid Arthritis

The purpose of this study is to observe the effect of square dance on rheumatoid arthritis.

Effects of Dancing on Cardiovascular and Functional Risk Factors in Older Women.

The goal of this randomized controlled trial is to investigate the effects of a dance intervention on cardiovascular risk factors and functional capacity of older women, comparing dancing to a walking exercise intervention and to an active control condition (stretching). The participants will include women between 60 and 80 years old, with body mass index inferior to 35 Kg /m2. The main outcome of this study is the peak oxygen consumption (VO2peak). The secondary outcomes are c...

Evaluation and Characterization of Motion Sickness on Passengers Sailing on the Astrolabe

Sea sickness syndrome is present for 80% of persons on board when the boat rotation missions Astrolabe, sometimes there is a risk of very significant dehydration. A special unit specialized in the fundamental study of the vestibular system (inner ear), sensory organ at the base of visual-vestibular conflict inducing this syndrome, also provides medical support for parabolic flights (flight reproducing weightlessness) where this syndrome is strongly present. The goal of the stud...

Effects of a Dance and Walking Program for People With Parkinson's Disease

Parkinson's disease (PD), characterized as progressive and neurodegenerative, is one of the most frequent neurological diseases of the present time. Patients with PD present motor impairment, such as muscle stiffness, rest tremor, slow movements, postural instability, and gait and balance alterations; And non-motor factors, such as cognitive and neuropsychiatric disorders, depressive symptoms, and a consequent decrease in quality of life (QL). Dance can be an important tool for...

Digital Literacy Promotion Among Medicaid Children

This study evaluates the effects of digital versus standard literacy promotion, as well as dialogic language behaviors and reading comprehension among infants when comparing the use of e-books to standard board books. Around half of the participants will receive standard board books at the 6, 9, and 12 month well visits, while the other half will receive digital e-books.

Injury Occurrence in Hip-hop Dance

The study will investigate the effect of structural training program and body composition on injury occurrence in hip-hop dance. Assuming that training program can significantly lower the number of injuries (experimental group will have less injuries during and at the end of the trial) and that body fat percentage negatively effects injury occurrence (dancers with higher body fat percentage will be more often injured).

The Effect of Monoclonal Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor (VEGF) Antibody (Bevacizumab) on Pituitary Function

The purpose of this research is to determine whether the drug, Bevacizumab (a monoclonal anti VEGF-A antibody), which is approved to treat patients with metastatic colon cancer induces hyperprolactinemia (increased prolactin secretion) in humans with intact pituitary function. Past studies have shown Bevacizumab to shrink tumor size and also increase prolactin levels. The mechanism of the hyperprolactinemia might be inhibition of pituitary portal vein transport, suggesting that...

Tissue Interface Pressures in Athlete Medical Extraction

This study aims to establish clinical evidence for the use of scoop stretchers in the sports setting for spinal immobilisation and transport compared to the traditionally used long back boards through measuring tissue interface pressures over forty five minutes. All participants will be placed on both the scoop stretcher and the long back board for forty five minutes each, with at least 45 minutes between the two tests. A special mat that measures the pressure of the body again...

Safety and Local Tolerability of Prevenar in Indian Children

This postmarketing surveillance study will evaluate the safety profile of Prevenar in Indian children. Prevenar is indicated for active immunization of infants and children from 6 weeks of age through 9 years of age against invasive disease (including meningitis, bacteraemic pneumonia, bacteraemia, sepsis) caused by Streptococcus pneumoniae serotypes 4, 6B, 9V, 14, 18C, 19F and 23F. Prevenar has been marketed in India since June 2006. The Board of Health in India has gi...

Educational Interventions for Patients With DCIS

The purpose of this study is to determine whether adding an educational intervention, in the form of a decision board, which outlines the risks and benefits of treatment options for DCIS, at the time of the first surgical consultation will improve decision making for women with DCIS.

Extremity Manipulation Impact on Postural Sway Characteristics

The focus of this study is to explore the effect of upper and lower extremity chiropractic adjustments (manipulation) as well as surface condition (hard surface vs rocker board) on multisegmental postural control as represented by postural sway. Using a rocker (tilt) board, the participant cannot stand still, but has to adjust posture continuously to maintain balance. Body sways are considered to be self-induced because the design of the rocker board creates a natural instabili...

Behavioral Sleep Intervention in Adult Family Homes

Sleep disturbances are widespread among demented residents of board and care homes and are a leading cause for transfer into nursing homes. This study is a randomized controlled clinical trial to evaluate the efficacy of a 4-week Sleep Education Program (SEP) for demented residents of board and care homes who are experiencing sleep disturbances. Residents of adult family homes (board and care homes with 2-6 residents) will be randomized into SEP or usual care control. Analysi...

The Impact of Patient Positioning and Use of Belly Board on Small Bowel and Urinary Bladder Volume Irradiated in Patients Receiving Radiotherapy for Rectal Cancer: A Prospective Phase II Study

Radiotherapy has a significant impact on local control, disease free survival and overall survival in patients with rectal cancer T2, N1, M0 and T3-4, any N, M0. Treatment is accompanied by side effects, mainly due to the inclusion of the small bowel and urinary bladder in the treatment fields. Two major modalities have been pursued to reduce the volume of small intestine and urinary bladder in treatment volume. One is a surgical procedure, such as absorbable mesh. These ...

Exergaming Versus Gym-based Exercise for Postural Control, Flow and Technology Acceptance

Balance training is an important component of physical fitness, however due to the mundane and often repetitive nature of balance training alone this is often forgotten about and as a result people may be more susceptible to postural control instabilities. A potential solution to the mundane aspect of balance training is the use of exergaming (interactive exercise and gaming combined) through the use of commercial gaming systems such as the Nintendo Wii, Dance Dance Revolution ...

Molecular Tumor Board at the Center for Personalized Medicine Tübingen

Molecular Tumor Board at the Center for Personalized Medicine

Use of an Interactive Video Game as Part of a New Amputee Rehabilitation Program

Purpose: The investigators wish to determine if a rehabilitation program for subjects with new, trans-tibial amputations that has the balance portion of the program augmented by the use of the Nintendo Wii fit ™ balance board improves their performance. Hypothesis: The investigators hypothesize that subjects will benefit from the use of the device and that this will manifest as an improvement on outcome measures.

Moving Through Glass: An Augmented Reality Device Application for Persons With Parkinson's Disease

Recently, Mark Morris Dance Group, and created Moving Through Glass (MTG), a project that was funded by Google, as a portable, round-the-clock extension of the internationally acclaimed Dance for Parkinson's Disease (PD)®. When a user activates Glass, they can choose from a variety of different exercises, like "warm me up" or "balance me." Once selected, they see the founder instructors of the Dance for PD® projected in front of them. As a single site research study at Syrac...

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