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Population Pharmacokinetics of Tacrolimus in Nephrotic Syndrome

This study will use a multi-center, prospective design, with a "Real World Study" model, to include 200 patients with nephrotic syndrome. based on the Population Pharmacokinetics (PPK) model, it will study genotype and clinical factors in patients with nephrotic syndrome, to explore the Pharmacokinetics/ Pharmacodynamics (PK/PD) relationship of Tacrolimus in patients with nephrotic syndrome, and develop an optimal medication regimen.


Long-term, Substantial Weight Loss and Insulin Regulation of Lipolysis

It is not known how much improvement in insulin regulated lipolysis (the breakdown of triglycerides) occurs following substantial, sustained weight loss. Researchers will test the effects of inflammation and lipolysis regulation in people before and after bariatric surgery (sleeve gastrectomy) to answer these questions.

Genetic Analysis of PHACE Syndrome (Hemangioma With Other Congenital Anomalies)

1. PHACE syndrome(OMIM database number 606519) is the association of a vascular birthmark (hemangioma) on the face along with one or more of the following conditions: congenital heart defects, congenital anomalies of the cerebral arteries,brain, eyes, or sternum. 2. A research study is currently being conducted at the Oregon Health & Science University to investigate if there is an inherited cause of PHACE syndrome. 3. We are hoping that this study will lea...


Muscular and Cutaneous Dysfunction in POTS

POTS patients seem to experience orthostasis-dependent muscle weakness and pain as well as increased muscle fatigue upon physical activity, which can be improved by regular aerobic exercise. However, reduced sweat production of the extremities with limited control of the body temperature leads to exercise intolerance, so that sticking to a training program becomes a challenge for most patients. Recordings of MVRCs provide a new tool to assess muscle membrane dysfunction, depend...

The Brugada Syndrome: a Follow-up Study

Although for many years the Brugada syndrome has been labelled as a purely electrical disease in the structurally normal heart, the evolution of imaging techniques has enabled the discovery of subtle morphofunctional alterations in some of the Brugada syndrome patients. We will use new echocardiographic techniques to assess cardiac function in these patients and new parameters will be evaluated for their prognostic value as risk stratificators.

Monitoring the Antiphospholipid Syndrome:TOXicity of Drugs (APSTOX)

Several drugs and chemotherapies seem to have an impact on the immune system. This study investigates reports of immune toxicities such as antiphospholipid syndrome, including the International classification of disease ICD-10 for treatments in the World Health Organization (WHO) global Individual Case Safety Report (ICSR) database (VigiBase).

Hepatopulmonary Syndrome and Postoperative Complications After Liver Transplantation : A Case-control Study

Hepatopulmonary Syndrome is a respiratory complication of liver cirrhosis defined as a triad: hypoxemia (PaO2 < 80 mmHg in room air), chronic liver disease and intrapulmonary vasodilatations. Its prevalence varies between 4 and 32%. Numerous treatments have been tried but the only efficient therapy to cure the syndrome is liver transplantation. Without transplantation it is associated with a higher mortality which is the reason why hepatopulmonary syndrome patients have a highe...

SleepHelsinki! CIRCADIAN SLEEP REGULATION IN ADOLESCENCE

Adolescence associates with alterations in sleep-wake organization, such as later circadian phase preference. Simultaneously external pressures, such as evening-driven social activities increase. These may lead to delayed sleep phase, which may cause serious problems for waking up at socially accepted times, and absenteeism from the school may follow. This project aims at tracking risk factors for later circadian regulation problems, characterizing interconnections of biologica...

mHealth Intervention for Older Adults

This is a pilot study to test the feasibility and acceptability of a self-regulation theory-based mHealth behavior intervention for overweight or obese older adults with T2DM.

Endocrine Cardiomyopathy in Cushing Syndrome: Response to Cyclic GMP PDE5 inhibitOrs

Pathophysiology of Cushing's Syndrome (CS) cardiomyopathy is yet unclear and a specific treatment have not been indicated. It was already demonstrated the positive impact of phosphodiesterase type 5A (PDE5A) inhibition in several models of cardiomyopathy and in a model of endocrine cardiomyopathy due to type 2 diabetes mellitus. In this patients with diabetic cardiomyopathy it was demonstrated an improvement in cardiac kinetic, geometry and performance parameters and reduction ...

Impact of Air Pollution on the Autonomic Nervous System Activity and the Presence of Sleep Apnea in Older Subjects

Impact of air pollution on the autonomic nervous system activity and presence of sleep apnea in older subjects.

Does Complement Factor H Gene Polymorphism Play a Role in the Regulation of Vascular Tone in the Choroid?

Age related macular degeneration (AMD) is a multifactorial disease with a strong genetic component. Most importantly a genetic polymorphism in the gene encoding for the complement factor H (CFH) has been recently identified which is highly associated with an increased risk of developing AMD. This Tyr402His polymorphism located on chromosome 1q31 has been implicated to play a role in the development of the disease. Given that it is known that impaired regulation of choroidal va...

Work Productivity in Hyperventilation Syndrome

Hyperventilation syndrome is associated with impaired quality of life. The aim of the study is to assess the relationship between work productivity, including absenteeism and presenteeism, and the severity of hyperventilation syndrome

Investigating the Experience of Living With Down Syndrome and Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome (Stage 1)

The primary objective of this study is to identify the perceptions, beliefs, and family-relevant outcomes regarding the treatment of OSAS with PAP in children with DS.

Emotion Regulation in Trait Schizotypy

Our aim is to compare state anger and state emotion regulation strategies in healthy individuals with high trait schizotypy and to look at differences of induced anger, negative emotions, decrease of positive emotions and aggressive behaviour after anger induction. Our further aim is to compare conditions where an instruction to suppress or reappraise emotions is given with a control condition with no instruction.

Vasoplegic Syndrome in Cardiac Surgery

Vasoplasmic syndrome in cardiac surgery is one of the major postoperative complications.This syndrome is characterized by persistent low blood pressure despite an optimization of preload and inotropism.

Universal Screening for Lynch Syndrome in Women With Endometrial and Non-Serous Ovarian Cancer

This study will maximize identification of women with Lynch Syndrome using an enhanced screening strategy to identify those at risk. These women will be referred to genetic counselling for testing and those found to have Lynch Syndrome will be asked to invite first degree relatives to participate and undergo genetic testing for Lynch Syndrome. Screening guidelines and risk reducing surgery options for participants found to have Lynch Syndrome will be reinforced by the study a...

Spinal Cord Stimulation and Autonomic Response in People With SCI.

Despite being studied less than half as frequently, autonomic dysfunction is a greater priority than walking again in spinal cord injury. One autonomic condition after spinal cord injury is orthostatic hypotension, where blood pressure dramatically declines when patients assume the upright posture. Orthostatic hypotension is associated with all-cause mortality and cardiovascular incidents as well as fatigue and cognitive dysfunction, and it almost certainly contributes to an el...

Fatty Acid Oxidation Disorders & Body Weight Regulation Grant

Several hormones involved in body weight regulation increase the investigators ability to burn fat for energy. The purpose of this study is to investigate how burning fat for energy may affect those hormones and body weight in children. The study will also determine if eating a diet higher in protein alters the amount of fat you burn and how these hormones control body weight.

Affect Regulation Based on Brain-computer Interface Towards Treatment for Depression

The primary objective is to examine the feasibility and efficacy of a locally developed brain-computer interface (BCI) based system training for regulating mood in healthy elderly. The investigators hypothesize that elderly who complete the training program will be better at regulating emotions as compared to controls, based on their ratings of the primary outcome measures.

Stress Systems and Psychotherapy in Depression

Dysregulation of the hypothalamus-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis as well as maladaptive activation of the autonomic nervous system (ANS) are discussed as relevant factors in the development of a major depressive episode and as a correlate of its clinical manifestation. Preliminary evidence suggests that the hypercortisolaemic pattern in a subgroup of depressed patients may predict non-responses to psychotherapeutic treatment. At the same time, it is conceivable that disorder-rela...

Epigenetic Regulation in Fibrous Dysplasia of Bone: mirDYS Study.

Fibrous dysplasia of bone is a rare congenital but non-hereditary disease caused by a post-zygotic activation mutation of the GNAS gene. Patients with fibrous dysplasia may present pain and bone complications (fractures, deformities..) related to their bone lesions. For undetermined reasons, severity and disease evolution may vary considerably from patient to patient. Epigenetic regulation could then be involved, including micro Ribonucleic Acids (miRs). These small no...

TM Meditation in Children With ADD/ADHD

Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is one of the most common developmental disorders experienced in childhood, with limited options for effective pharmacological treatment. Transcendental Meditation (TM) has been proposed to be used as a tool for attentional training and modulating autonomic nervous system activity in the ADHD population. However, the empirical support in favor of meditation for ADHD is limited, and the mechanism by which TM may have an effect on A...

Using Propranolol in Traumatic Brain Injury to Reduce Sympathetic Storm Phenomenon

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is one of the leading causes of death. Severe TBT is correlated with an exaggerated stress response due to plasma catecholamine levels known as sympathetic storming. It is also autonomic dysfunction syndrome. This phenomenon is also associated with brain tumors, severe hydrocephalus and subarachnoid hemorrhage. Patients are presented by tachycardia, tachypnea hypertension, diaphoresis, dystonia, hyperthermia, and dilated pupils with elevated levels ...

Effects of Tumor Necrosis Factor (TNF)-Alpha Antagonism in Patients With Metabolic Syndrome

Metabolic syndrome is associated with increased inflammatory cytokines and reduced adiponectin, that may be mediated in part by TNF production from abdominal fat. We reasoned that an anti-TNF agent would reduce C-reactive protein (CRP) and increase adiponectin, improving the inflammatory milieu associated with metabolic syndrome.


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