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Effects of Regular Exercise During Pregnancy

There is a great lack of results from randomized clinical trials with high methodological quality, assessing the effects of exercise during pregnancy. The main aims of this trial is to study the effects of exercise during pregnancy in the prevention and treatment of disease and complications which may arise during pregnancy: - Does regular exercise during pregnancy aid in preventing gestational diabetes? - Does regular exercise during pregnancy prevent low back and/or p...

Headless Screws x Bouquet in Boxer's Fracture

Despite the high prevalence (20% of the hand fractures) of unstable neck metacarpals fractures (boxer's fractures) there is still no consensus concerning the preferred method and ideal moment of treatment, especially in active patients where the time or type of management can have a strong psychological impact on the outcomes. The use of intramedullar technique (headless intramedular screws or bouquet technique fixation) as definitive treatment of unstable boxer's fractures in...

RCT to Investigate Whether an Exercise Programme Improves the Physical Performance and QOL After BMT

The hypothesis is that exercise will improve the physical performance and quality of life of bone marrow/ haemopoietic stem cell transplants.The aim of the trial is to provide definite clinical evidence as to which( if any) type of exercise is most beneficial for this patient population. It is also aimed at improving the provision of physiotherapy services to this group of patients.

Subchondral Perfusion Mapping Using Indocyanin Green Laser

Laser Angiography using indocyanin green (ICG) is a relatively new technique and has been utilized to assess the viability of soft tissue, most prominently in the general surgery and plastic surgery literature. This technique has been used for prediction of soft tissue viability by assessing the perfusion status. There is currently no Orthopaedic literature regarding the use of this device for assessment of subchondral perfusion of articular surfaces such as the distal femur or...

Virtual Group Motivation in Exercise Treadmill Testing

Exercise stress testing is the most frequently used clinical tool for assessment of coronary artery disease. To ensure a high validity of the results, a good Patient compliance is crucial. The aim of this study is to examine the effects of a virtually presented exercise group on the perceived comfort and the exercise capacity of patients during classical treadmill exercise testing. The investigators hypothesis is, that a virtually presented running group will increase the comfo...

Physical Exercise and Energy Balance

This study is a randomized controlled trial, designed to evaluate the effect of structured physical exercise sessions on the spontaneous physical activity energy expenditure and caloric intake in overweight adults. The design employs a parallel three-group experimental arms: (1) a moderate exercise group (MEG); (2) a vigorous exercise group (VEG); and a control group (CG) without physical exercise sessions.

Aerobic Exercise and Cognitive Training Effects on Postconcussive Symptomology

The purpose of this study is to compare a 4-week, moderately intensive, lab and home-based aerobic exercise program versus exercise plus cognitive training. Participants will include individuals who experience lingering symptoms of a head injury or concussion.

Does Bone Structure Explain the Increased Fracture Risk in Type II Diabetes Patients? A Pilot Study

For this cross-sectional case control pilot study 30 women, 55-75 years old with type II diabetes will be recruited. Diabetes will be defined as self-report of diabetes previously diagnosed by a physician, use of hypoglycemic medications, or fasting glucose > 126 mg/dl (7.0mM) in accordance with the American Diabetes Association criteria. The diabetic patient population will be divided into 2 groups: patients with status post low energy fractures of the proximal humerus, the...

Assessment of Arthroscopy in Patients Undergoing Wrist Fracture

The use of arthroscopy with the surgery of wrist fractures has a great health and economic impact (prolongs the time of surgery, requires adequately trained personnel, increases the time and surgical expenses and the risk of complications, however, in return ameliorate the prognosis and improves the functional recovery). There are few clinical trials showing a sufficient level of evidence in comparing the results of the surgical treatment of these fractures with volar plate and...

Minimally Invasive of Proximal Humerus Fractures With Internal Fixation Improves Shoulder Function in Older Patients

This study protocol represents an attempt to objectively choose appropriate methods for internal fixation of proximal humerus fractures in older patients by comparing locking compression plate with conventional steel plate fixation to improve shoulder function.

Comparison of Laparoscopic Pylorus Preserving Gastrectomy Versus Laparoscopic Distal Gastrectomy

The aim of this study is to show better postoperative quality of life including lower incidence of dumping syndrome and comparable survival after laparoscopic pylorus preserving gastrectomy (LPPG), compared to laparoscopic distal gastrectomy (LDG) in patients with middle-third early gastric cancer

Assessing Exercise Behavior and Preferences Among Patients and Oncologists

The purpose of this study is to understand the preferences and barriers surrounding exercise of both the patients and oncologists within Indiana University Simon Cancer Center. This information will establish gaps in our current care and provide important information to guide future pilot interventions.

Clinical Study on Laparoscopic Gastrectomy for Early Gastric Cancer

Rationale: For the treatment of early gastric cancer (EGC) in the distal portion of the stomach, subtotal gastrectomy and lymph node dissection has been a standard operation. With the increasing tendency toward minimally invasive surgery, there has been an effort to apply minimally invasive techniques to the treatment of EGC. Laparoendoluminal mucosectomy and lesion-lifting gastric wedge resection have been developed for this purpose. However, these methods have the disadvanta...

Compression Therapy Following Truncal Vein Endothermal Ablation And Distal Sclerotherapy

Study purpose is to research wheter compression therapy is beneficial after truncal vein RF-ablation and distal sclerotherapy done in the same session when needed. Patients will be randomised to either no compression group (Group I) or compression group (Group II)

Intramedullary Bone Grafting for Open Tibial Shaft Fractures

This study will examine if there is a difference between the time to full union between the control group and the study group. Each group will be composed of patients who have an open fracture in the mid tibia. Both groups will undergo primary fixation via reamed intramedulary nailing (IMN), a common treatment for tibia shaft fractures in adults. The study group will have a bone graft applied to the open cortex of the fracture. The bone graft will be composed of the intramedull...

Multicentre Randomized Study SpineJack® Versus Conservative Treatment

This study will compare two standard treatments in acute stable traumatic vertebral fractures (types A1 and A3.1 by Magerl Classification). The two treatments are as follows: 1. SpineJack® system 2. Conservative Orthopedic Management consisting of brace and pain medication.

Exercise, Acupuncture and Fibromyalgia

Set of real acupuncture treatment and supervised aerobic exercise have better efficacy in pediatric patients with fibromyalgia versus treatment with sham acupuncture and supervised aerobic exercise, as well as treatment versus combination with aerobic exercise and resistance exercise the major muscle groups, both supervised versus group control, who just get guidance for physical activity.

Comparison of Ultrasound Versus Radiography for Diagnosis of Nasal Fractures

The standard imaging procedure to diagnose a nasal fracture still is radiography (lateral nasal view and occipitomental view). But technological advances in ultrasonography during the last few decades have made high-resolution ultrasound devices available to the majority of medical centers. It has been shown that the bony structures of the nose can be well examined by ultrasound in the last few years. The hypothesis: "Is ultrasound of equal diagnostic accuracy in diagnosing nas...

Toremifene Citrate for Prevention of Bone Fractures in Men With Prostate Cancer on Androgen Deprivation Therapy

Androgen deprivation therapy (ADT) treatment for prostate cancer decreases the natural hormone called testosterone. This type of therapy is very effective for the treatment of prostate cancer. However, one of the side effects is bone loss or thinning of the bones that can lead to osteoporosis and an increased risk of bone fractures (breaking of the bones). The purpose of the study is to determine whether or not the addition of toremifene citrate (the study drug) to therapy ca...

Clinical Assessment of Computer-assisted PEEK Versus Conventional Titanium Plates on Mandibular Body Fractures

Two groups of patients with mandibular body fractures indicated for Open reduction internal fixation alone or in combination with fractures elsewhere in the mandible or midface. First group will be subjected to traditional titanium internal rigid fixation. Second group will be subjected to custom made PEEK plates.

Delineation of the Role of Glucagon-like Peptide-1 Signalling in Relation to Increased Carbohydrate Content in the Distal Small Intestines

Investigation of GLP-1 signalling in the glucose-lowering effect of increased carbohydrate content in the distal small intestines induced by alpha-glucosidase inhibition during meal ingestion in patients with type 2 diabetes

HRT Versus Etidronate for Osteoporosis and Fractures in Asthmatics Receiving Glucocorticoids.

To determine and compare the effects of Hormone replacement therapy (HRT), etidronate, HRT plus etidronate and no treatment over 5 years in the prevention and treatment of glucocorticoid-induced osteoporosis and fractures in post-menopausal women with asthma.

Differentiated Resistance Training of the Paravertebral Muscles in Patients With Unstable Spinal Bone Metastasis Under Concomitant Radiotherapy

Standard indications for palliative radiation of bony metastases include pain, spinal cord compression, and impending pathologic fractures. Palliative radiation therapy serves to reduce pain, improve quality of life, and avoid complications. Tailored training of the paravertebral musculature may support Radiation therapy and improve above named factors. DISPO-2 was designed to investigate the impact of tailored physical exercise in patients with unstable vertebral metastases a...

The Kiva® System as a Vertebral Augmentation Treatment

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the safety and effectiveness of the Kiva VCF Treatment system in comparison to balloon kyphoplasty for the treatment of osteoporotic vertebral compression fractures of the thoracic or lumbar spine.

RSA vs. Nonop for 3 & 4-Part Proximal Humerus Fractures

This study is designed to answer if patients fair better with non-operative management or reverse total arthroplasty for treatment of 3- and 4-part proximal humerus fractures.

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