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Inform and Reduce Pre-surgical Anxiety of the Child and His Parents: Interest of an Explanatory Movie.

The purpose of the study is to measure the interest of a movie explaining the path of the children in surgery, in order to reduce the anxiety of the children and his parents. This study is interventional, method randomized, controled, open-label, comparing two parallel arms: anesthesist explanations versus anesthesist explanations + a movie explanation.


Clinical Evaluation of the Efficacy of a Marketed Dentifrice on Plaque and Gingivitis

Parallel, double blind, randomized, IRB-approved study involving approximately 160 subjects to complete. Subjects were randomly assigned to either the test product (Arm & Hammer Advance White Brilliant Sparkle) or the control (Crest Cavity Protection Regular) based on baseline mean whole-mouth plaque and gingival scores and age.Subjects brushed with their assigned dentifrice 2X daily and were evaluated for gingivitis, bleeding and plaque at Baseline and after 4-, 8-, and 12-wee...

Supporting American Indian/Alaska Native Mothers and Daughters in Reducing Gestational Diabetes Risk

The purpose of this study is to modify an existing Reproductive Health intervention for adolescents with diabetes for Gestational Diabetes and make it culturally appropriate American Indian/Alaska Native adolescents. The intervention will then be evaluated for effectiveness in AI/AN female teens at risk for GDM.


Estimation of the Carrier Frequency and Incidence of Smith-Lemli-Opitz Syndrome in African Americans

RSH/Smith-Lemli-Opitz syndrome (SLOS) is one that causes mental retardation. It is common in the Caucasian population but rare in African American and African black populations. It has been shown that SLOS is caused by a specific defect in DHCR7, an enzyme used in cholesterol metabolism. Studies have already been done to determine the frequency of the SLOS-causing mutations in various geographic Caucasian populations. This study will investigate the frequency of the DHCR7 mutat...

The Heart Institute of Spokane Diet Study

The purpose of this study is to determine whether a Mediterranean style diet, enriched in monounsaturated and omega-3 fats, is superior to the American Heart Association Step 2 diet, a traditional low fat diet, for improving rates of survival and cardiovascular complications in persons who have had a first myocardial infarction (heart attack).

Ginseng in Decreasing Cancer-Related Fatigue After Treatment in Cancer Survivors

This randomized pilot trial studies how well North American ginseng extract AFX-2 (ginseng) works in decreasing cancer-related fatigue after treatment in cancer survivors. Ginseng may decrease fatigue in people who were treated for cancer.

International Liver Surgery Outcomes Study

This study was to designed to measure the true worldwide practice of liver surgery and associated outcomes by recruiting multiple international centres, committing to consecutive patient registration per surgeon and undergo rigorous data validation. It is hoped that these data will provide a more appropriate guide to inform surgeons and patients to assess which level of complexity should be routinely offered for high tumour burden and anatomically difficult scenarios.

HIV Testing & Womens Attitudes on HIV Vaccine Trials

The purpose of this study is to test the effects of different persuasive informational messages on rates of rapid HIV testing and willingness to participate in a HIV vaccine clinical trial. Adult African-American, non-Latina White, and Latina women will be recruited. Women will initially be randomized to 4 groups: 1. no message control; 2. 1-sided message that mentions benefits of HIV testing; 3. 2-sided message that acknowledges minor opposition to testing, then refutes the op...

Effectiveness of a Parent Training Program for Parents of Children Adopted Internationally

This study will test the effectiveness of a parent training program aimed at helping children who are adopted internationally to develop secure, organized attachments to their parents.

Effect Evaluation of The International Child Development Programme (ICDP)

This study evaluate if a parental guidance programme based on the International Child Development Programme (ICDP) offered to the general Norwegian population, has an effect on caregivers, the relationship between caregiver and child, and on children's Development.

Conventional vs Mindfulness Intervention in Parents of Children With Disabilities

This application compares the effectiveness of a conventional Parent Group intervention to Mindfulness- Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) in parents of children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and other disabilities. Parent groups are widely-used to provide information, emotional support, education and advocacy. MBSR is efficacious for people with medical, psychiatric or other concerns, and teaches stress reduction through mindfulness training and practice. In contrast to conv...

Study of the Experiences and Needs of Parents Continuing a Pregnancy Following a Prenatal Diagnosis of Holopresencephaly

This study will examine the experiences of parents who decided to continue a pregnancy after receiving a prenatal diagnosis of holopresencephaly (HPE). HPE results from a genetic defect that can cause facial abnormalities such as cleft lip and cleft palate, learning disabilities, muscle weakness, problems with digestion, sleep and muscle control, and other disabilities. The severity of symptoms varies greatly among affected children. Parents whose child was diagnosed before ...

Strong Families Strong Forces: Supporting Active Duty Families With Very Young Children

The purpose of this research is to evaluate the efficacy of the Strong Families Strong Forces Parenting Program compared to a parental self-care (Strong Parents) condition in a sample of 150 Active Duty Families with children ages birth to 5 years.

Does Dapagliflozin Provide Additional Health Benefits To Dietary Counseling For Weight Loss?

Dapagliflozin is a medicine to treat diabetes. Its mechanism of action is via sodium-glucose co-transporter 2 (SGLT2) inhibition. In adults with diabetes, use of sodium-glucose co-transporter 2 inhibitors is associated with moderate weight (fat) loss, in addition to other health benefits, including decreased blood pressure, decreased inflammation, and decreased oxidative stress. It is unclear as to whether these health benefits are due to SGLT2 inhibition per se, or as a second...

To Evaluate the Paediatric Analgesia Slide

The Paediatric Analgesia Slide is a device developed for parents. Its development follows research into the Paediatric Analgesia Wheel, a device intended for use by hospital doctors. Previous research has shown the benefit of using aids such as the Paediatric Analgesia Wheel when simulating prescribing to children in hospital. At present, it is unknown whether this concept can be extended to use by parents when administering paracetamol to their children at home.

The Cost-efficacy of Psychological Intervention for Strengthening Parental Authority Among Parents of Diabetic Adolescents With Poor Glycemic Control

A three arms, open, randomized interventional study including 100 participants in order to evaluate the cost-efficacy of psychological intervention for strengthening parental authority among parents of diabetic adolescents with poor glycemic control. All participants will be randomized into three groups:1.The first group will get a psychological treatment in order to strengthen the parent's authority. 2.The second group will get an education of a nurse and a dietician. 3.The ...

EXTEND (International): Extending the Time for Thrombolysis in Emergency Neurological Deficits (International)

The primary hypothesis being tested in this trial is that ischaemic stroke patients selected with significant penumbral mismatch (according to imaging criteria) at 4.5 (or 3 hours depending on local guidelines) - 9 hours post onset of stroke or after 'wake up stroke' (WUS) will have improved clinical outcomes when given intravenous tissue plasminogen activator (tPA) compared to placebo.

Reduction of Environmental Tobaacco Smoke (ETS) Exposure In Pediatric Cancer Patients

SMOKN5 is aimed at studying ways to reduce environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) for children who are being treated for cancer. The study includes St. Jude parents whose child lives with at least one adult smoker who exposes the child to ETS, also called "secondhand smoke." We are comparing two groups of parents to see which group results in lower ETS exposure levels for the child being treated with cancer. The first group will receive the standard information and advice usually...

Effects of Infant Massage on Acceptance, Commitment and Conscience of Influence of Parents With Down Syndrome Babies

This study aims to analyze whether the course of infant massage serves as a tool to improve acceptance, commitment and awareness of influence of parents of babies with Down syndrome. These variables will be measure before and after the course of infant massage in the experimental group, investigators will make measurements with the same rate in the control group, but they will receive the course after the measurements.

Preventing Depression in the Children of Depressed African American Mothers

This study will test a program for preventing depression from developing in the children of depressed African American mothers.

To Determine the Measurement Properties of the ACT in an African American Adolescent Population With Persistent Asthma

Purpose: To determine the measurement properties of the asthma control test (ACT) in a prospective clinical study in an African American adolescent population.

Prospective, Randomized Study Evaluationg The Efficacy of Chlorhexidine Gluconate Impregnated No-Rinse Cloths.

Subjects in the study were randomized to a treatment group using Chlorhexidine cloths or a standard-of-care group who only had a bath with antibacterial soap and water. Both groups received standard infection control practices during admission.

Comparison Between Two Operational Techniques for Total Knee Replacement

Advance Knee osteoarthritis is treated by Total knee replacement. Since the first TKR in 1973 there has been continuous advance in implant technology as well as operative technique, yet current patient satisfaction after the procedure is accepted to be about 80%. There are a few operative techniques to perform TKR. Until recently the most common technique is the anterior approach to the knee and then using mechanical instrumentation to make the bone cuts for the femur and tibi...

Smart and Secure Children Program for Preschool Obesity

Many behavioral interventions designed to improve dietary patterns for ethnic and racial/minority preschoolers have produced modest outcomes. A limitation of these interventions include a failure to address key factors associated with dietary patterns for these children, such as parental stress levels. Therefore, the identification of intervention models that target these factors and are effective, acceptable, and feasible among parents of young minority children is important. ...

Barriers to Adherence to Asthma Controller Meds in Low Income Urban Minority Adolescents

Poor adherence to appropriate asthma medications is an important risk factor contributing to high asthma morbidity and mortality in urban African American adolescents. As part of the ADEPT (Adolescent Disease Empowerment and Persistency Technology) for Asthma Pilot 2 study, a focus group was developed specifically to explore existing barriers to adherence among inner city African American adolescent asthmatics.


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