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Interdisciplinary Case-Control Study of Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma

Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma (NHL) incidence rates have risen three percent per year in the U.S. for four decades. Mortality from NHL has risen 1.6 percent, compared with 0.2 percent for all cancers combined. This epidemic curve appears in both sexes and around the world, suggesting the possibility of an etiologic agent increasing in prevalence in the general environment. Recent research has identified several possible candidates including pesticides, other organochlorines, drinki...

Impact of Antenatal Exposure to Pesticides on Neurophysiological Functions (Sleep, Respiration) of Preterm Neonates

During pregnancy, the foetus is therefore chronically exposed to a large number of substances. A number of studies have started to emphasize the effects of this antenatal exposure on the newborn infant's morphological parameters (weight, crown-rump length, etc.). However, in addition to these morphological effects, pesticides may also induce various effects on physiological functions, as some pesticides act as inhibitors of neurotransmitters involved in many nervous system regu...

Study to Know the Efficacy of Higher Doses of Pralidoxime in Patients of Organophpsphorus Poisoning.

The purpose of this study is to determine whether high doses of pralidoxime(PAM) are effective as compare to lower doses of PAM in the management of moderately sever organophosphorus poisoning patients.

Population-Based Modeling of Cholesterol Lowering in the United States

To evaluate the cost-effectiveness of cholesterol-lowering strategies in the United States population. The study used the Coronary Heart Disease (CHD) Policy Model, a state-transition computer simulation model used to obtain forecasts of the public health impact and economic cost of CHD in the United States population.

Effects of Cigarette Filter Ventilation and Substitution: Experiment 1

Early attempts by the tobacco industry to develop "safer" cigarettes led to the widespread introduction of ventilation holes in cigarette filters; however, this design feature may instead increase smoking-related harm and make cigarettes more palatable. The overall goal of this project is to model regulatory restrictions banning cigarette filter ventilation and determine their effects on consumption of both cigarettes and a wide range of alternative tobacco products. Testing po...

Effectiveness of Calcium Channel Blockade for OP and Carbamate Pesticide Poisoning

This study evaluates whether the addition of intravenous magnesium sulphate or nimodipine to standard therapy (supportive care plus for all patients atropine and, for OP insecticide poisoned patients, pralidoxime) benefits patients after acute anticholinesterase self-poisoning with OP or carbamate insecticides.

Healthy Children and Environments Study

To reduce the risk of adverse health problems associated with chronic exposure to pesticides, a randomized control study will evaluate a nurse-led integrated pest management (IPM) intervention in 88 child care centers serving socio-economically and ethnically diverse preschool-age children in four California counties. Positive changes in IPM knowledge, policies, practices, pests, and pesticide exposure will be assessed.

Evaluating a Novel Method of EEG Evoked Response Potential Analysis in Concussion Assessment

mTBI is widely recognized as a major public health concern in the United States and worldwide. mTBI diagnosis remains a clinical challenge as no single test can diagnose every concussion. Recent advances in EEG evoked response potential analysis have led to a novel technique for assessing brain network activation (BNA) patterns. This study purpose is to study this BNA technology in individuals who have sustained a concussion.

Effect of Banning Menthol Flavorant on Cigarette and E-Cigarette Use

In this pilot study, menthol cigarette smokers will be randomized to one of three experimental marketplaces: 1) a condition simulating a ban on menthol cigarettes but not menthol e-cigarettes (condition A); 2) a condition simulating a ban on both menthol cigarettes and menthol e-cigarettes (Condition B); and 3) a condition in which menthol is not banned for either product (Condition C - the control condition). All conditions would have medicinal nicotine available if subjects d...

The Weigh Forward, Financial Incentives for Maintenance of Weight Loss

This study aims to evaluate the effectiveness of financial incentives in improving and maintaining weight loss.

Retrovirus Epidemiology Donor Study-II (REDS-II)

To conduct epidemiological, laboratory, and survey research on volunteer blood donors within the United States to ensure the safety and availability of the United States' blood supply.

E-Cigarette and Cigarette Nicotine Delivery and Abuse Liability in Cigarette Smokers and Dual Users

The FDA has shown clear interest in strategies that will reduce the public health burden of tobacco use. One proposed strategy includes banning the sale of fully nicotinized cigarettes and only allowing VLNCs (Very Low Nicotine Cigarettes) to be sold. While there are concerns regarding the unintended consequences (e.g., black market sales of fully nicotinized cigarettes) of such bans, research is needed to understand how smokers and dual users will act in the potential market. ...

Chagas Disease as an Undiagnosed Type of Cardiomyopathy in the United States

A detailed review was made of data pertinent to the occurrence of chronic Chagas disease in the United States.

Pharmacokinetic Study of LAF237 and Its Metabolites in Mild Renal Impaired Patients

This study will evaluate the pharmacokinetics of vildagliptin (LAF237) and its metabolites in patients with mild renal impairment compared to their sex, age and weigh based healthy volunteer counterparts.

Supportive Measures in Treatment of Aluminum Phosphide Poisoning

Aluminum phosphide poisoning (ALP) is a global public health problem, and self-poisoning accounts for one-third of the world's suicide rate. In fact, in some parts of developing countries, pesticide poisoning causes more deaths than infection. ALP is very common in our government and the prognosis of the cases is usually so bad. Toxicity by ALP is caused by the liberation of phosphine gas, which causes cell hypoxia due to inhibition of oxidative phosphorylation leading to circu...

Treatment Outcome in Elderly Patients

A multicenter randomized trial evaluating the possible benefit of androgens during post remission therapy in an attempt to improve the outcome of AML in older patients.All patients received the ICL regimen as induction and were randomized to receive, after achieving CR or PR, a maintenance therapy including or not androgens. Patients randomized with androgens additionally received 10 to 20 mg according to body weigh of norethandrolone daily for up to 2 years

An Observational Study of TNKase in Patients Enrolled in the National Registry of Myocardial Infarction 4 and 5 (POST)

The POST study comprised patients whose data were entered into the NRMI 4 and 5 databases. NRMI is a prospective, observational study of patients presenting with AMI in the United States. NRMI was launched in 1990 and to date has enrolled more than 2.5 million AMI patients. More than 1,700 hospitals have participated in NRMI during the last 16 years. The NRMI 4 and 5 substudies were sponsored by Genentech and collected data on approximately 160,000 AMI patients (both ST eleva...

Climate Friendly and Ecological Food on Microbiota

The aim of this study is to investigate changes in nutrient intake, the human gut microbiota and pesticide excretion in urine when shifting from conventional food habits to sustainable food habits.

Characterization of Altered Waking States of Consciousness in Healthy Humans

Altered waking states of consciousness and its underlying functional organization have gained increasing interest in recent years, i.e. in identifying the neural basis of consciousness. To overcome fundamental shortcomings of current methods to objectively assess the level of consciousness, the investigators propose here to apply a novel and empirically validated measure called 'perturbational complexity index' (PCI) based on the integrated information theory (IIT). This involv...

Tutorial of Clinical Trial Registration

The present study aimed to determine whether infants disorders of regulation of states are associated with perinatal anxiety, and further to explore the efficacy of the behavioral intervention in enhancing positive interactions between mothers and their infants and thus ameliorating infants' disorders of regulation of states.

Hemodynamic Correlates of Distinct Hypnotic States

The investigation will assess the brain activation connectivity patterns associated with hypnosis and possible hypnotic sub-states by means of functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). For that purpose, 50 healthy participants highly familiar with hypnosis (according to the OMNI-method) will be recruited and tested.

Enhancing Recruitment, Linkage to Care and Treatment for HIV-Infected MSM in the United States

The purpose of this study is to develop and assess the efficacy of an integrated strategy that includes feasible and scalable interventions to identify, recruit, link to care, retain in care, attain, and maintain viral suppression among HIV-infected men who have sex with men (MSM) in the United States (US).

Evaluation of a Decision Aid for Adult Cystic Fibrosis Patients Considering Bilateral Lung Transplantation

In 2006, the International Patient Decision Aids Collaboration (IPDAS) reached agreement on criteria for evaluation. Accordingly, the primary outcome is 'decision quality' 3 weeks after using the decision aid. Decision quality is defined as the extent to which a patient decision aid improves the match between the chosen option and the features that matter most to the informed patient. Measures include: a) patients' knowledge of essential facts [options, benefits, harms, and ...

Stroke Belt Initiative

For State Health Departments located in Stroke Belt states, to assess high risk target audiences' needs and identify opportunities for more effective delivery of medical and/or educational services to reduce the high rate of stroke mortality experienced in the southeastern United States.

Vitamin B6 Supplementation and Mood States in College Women Taking Oral Contraceptives

Purpose of Study The purpose of this crossover study was to determine how vitamin B6 supplementation impacts mood states in college age (18-25 y) women that use oral contraceptives, in comparison to a placebo treatment. Hypothesis Daily supplementation of vitamin B6 (100 mg) over a 4-week period will improve mood states in college age women (18-25 y) with marginal vitamin B6 status that use oral contraceptives, compared to the placebo treatment.

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