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Non Enhanced MSCT In Diagnosis of Causes of Acute Abdomen Cases

The acute abdomen is one of the most frequent causes for presentation to the emergency department. Imaging plays an important role for an accurate diagnosis, which in turn diminishes morbidity and mortality Jastaniah and Salih demonstrate optimum CT aspects and emphasize on the important features of CT for those patients presenting with an acute abdominal pain at the Emergency Department. The reported data by this study are based on the author working experience, which forms a ...

Brief Alcohol E-Interventions Study

The project seeks to develop an effective computer-delivered brief intervention to reduce alcohol use using the Multiphase Optimization Strategy (MOST). Sixteen different versions of the intervention will be tested with manipulation of common factors (empathy & positive regard), use of a voice, and use of an animated narrator. Participants will include 352 undergraduate students randomly assigned to one intervention condition; follow-up assessments will take place at one and 3 ...

Acupuncture in the Management of Post Operative Symptoms in Breast Cancer Patients

This study is for the woman who will have axillary (armpit) surgery as part of their breast cancer treatment. The purpose of this project is to evaluate if acupuncture is helpful to control pain and improve range of motion (arm movement). Another goal is to find out if women have an improvement in their quality of life. This study is being done in collaboration with the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine (OCOM).

Effectiveness of the Husky Reads Program to Increase Fruit and Vegetable Preference and Food Group Identification in Preschool Children

Since 1998, UCONN undergraduate students have volunteered as part of a service- learning course to deliver a program called Husky Reads. Inspired by the nationally accepted American Academy of Pediatrics' program "Reach Out and Read," Husky Reads was first designed for promotion of health, nutrition habits and literacy by reading health-oriented books to young children in pediatric and health clinics. The Husky Reads curriculum now includes a series of 10 lessons designed to in...

Effects of a Weight Loss Intervention in College-age Women

Determine the effects of an 8-week weight loss intervention.

Improving Brief Alcohol Interventions With a Behavioral Economic Supplement

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the efficacy of a Substance-Free Activity Session (SFAS) as a supplement to a brief motivation intervention (BMI) in reducing alcohol use and alcohol-related consequences in college students.

Chronic Liver Disease in Urea Cycle Disorders

This is a pilot, cross-sectional study to assess liver stiffness and markers of hepatic injury, function, and fibrosis in patients with urea cycle disorders. This study will be conducted at 3 UCDC sites: Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas, University of California San Francisco (UCSF), San Francisco, California and Seattle Children's Hospital, Seattle,Washington

Impact of an Optimized Communication on the Readmission for Adverse Drug Event

Emergency departments (EDs) are a crucial element of health care systems as they constitute the interface between hospital and communities. The goals of the ED are to make an initial diagnosis and deliver urgent and critical care 24 hours per day and 365 days a year. Also, many Adverse Drug Events (ADEs) are not identified by emergency physicians. ADEs are injuries resulting from a drug related medical intervention. Their detection, documentation and reporting are essential for...

ReDIAL: A Telephone Brief Intervention for Injured Emergency Department Patients

The goal of this study is to reduce impaired driving, risky driving and alcohol-related negative consequences among injured emergency department (ED) patients through a telephone brief intervention. This study will allow researchers to test a novel method of brief intervention that has the potential to be convenient and efficient mechanism to deliver an intervention to an at-risk population. Eligible patients will be consented in the ED, will receive an assessment and then wi...

Impact of a Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Scanner Exclusively Dedicated to Emergency in the Clinical Management of Patients Presenting With Diplopia or Dizziness

IRM-DU is a prospective observational single center study conducted in an emergency department to evaluate the impact of a MRI scanner exclusively dedicated to emergency in the clinical management of patients presenting with dizziness or diplopia. The study will compare 2 strategies : after and before availability of a MRI scanner dedicated to emergency. The primary endpoint is the proportion of patients with a diagnosis of stroke confirmed by imaging (MRI or Computed t...

Safety of Chlamydia Vaccine CTH522 in Healthy Women Aged 18 to 45 Years

The present trial is a phase I first in human, double blind, parallel and placebo controlled trial of SSI's adjuvanted chlamydia vaccine CTH522: CTH522-CAF01 (CAF01 is an adjuvant system) and CTH522-Al(OH)3. The trial will be conducted at Imperial College Research site in the United Kingdom. Subjects are randomly assigned to one of the following three treatment groups in a ratio of 3:3:1. This trial consisted of 10 visits and 5 telephonic interviews

Peds SM-THINk: Nursing Interventions to Improve Discharge Outcomes

This study focuses on the delivery of discharge education by clinical nurses to improve parent and family self-management in the home environment. This study tests an discharge method (SM-THINk protocol) designed to improve the quality of care for hospitalized pediatric patients at the time of discharge, enhance the child's and family's experience, and decrease length of stay and health care utilization (ED visit or re-admission). The SM-THINk protocol is an enhancement to the ...

Safety and Speed of Onset of a Fixed Dose of Intravenous Hydromorphone in the Treatment of Adult Patients Presenting to the Emergency Department With Acute Severe Pain

Research question: In adult emergency department (ED) patients to whom the attending ED physician has decided to administer intravenous opioid pain control: 1. What is the incidence of serious adverse events, defined as the use of naloxone, up to a total of 2 hours after infusion of 2 mg IV hydromorphone? 2. What is the incidence of other side effects (respiratory depression, hypotension, oxygen desaturation, nausea, vomiting, and pruritus) at 5, 15, 30 and 120 ...

American College of Rheumatology/European League Against Rheumatism (ACR/EULAR) Diagnostic and Classification Criteria for Primary Systemic Vasculitis

Vasculitis is group of diseases where inflammation of blood vessels is the common feature. Patients typically present with fever, fatigue, weakness and muscle and joint aches. These symptoms are very common among many different diseases, not just vasculitis. A clustering of other symptoms, physical examination findings, blood tests, radiology and biopsy help make the diagnosis. There are currently no criteria to help doctors make a diagnosis of vasculitis when a patient pre...

COmparisoN of High-sensitivity Cardiac TRoponin I and T ASsays Trial

Background: Comparative studies addressing the analytical and clinical performance of hs-cTnI and hs-cTnT assays for the diagnosis of acute myocardial injury and myocardial infarction in consecutive patients presenting to a United States (US) emergency department are lacking. Study objective: Compare the analytical and clinical performance of hs-cTnI and hs-cTnT assays for the diagnosis of acute myocardial injury and myocardial infarction in patients presenting to the emergenc...

Piloting a Novel Intuitive Eating Intervention for College Women With Disordered Eating

The purpose of this research study is to pilot test a new intervention that helps young adult women learn adaptive eating and exercise strategies, increase their body acceptance, decrease unhealthy weight control behaviors and prevent future eating and problems. This intervention is experimental, and the study will test its feasibility, acceptability, and effectiveness.

N-Acetylcysteine to Prevent Radiocontrast Nephropathy in Emergency Department Patients

Multiple agents have been studied to prevent radiocontrast nephropathy after the administration of radiocontrast agents. One of these agents is N-acetylcysteine. Previous trials to assess the efficacy of n-acetylcystenine in the prevention of contrast nephropathy have been promising. Previous work in this field has limited applicability to the Emergency Department (ED) patient population for two reasons: 1. Many of the pretreatment strategies employed in these studi...

The Influence of Childhood Obesity on Presentation to a Pediatric Emergency Department

Objective: Obesity amongst children is a public health issue in the United States and is rising at an alarming rate. The purpose of this study is to determine if there is any correlation between At Risk body weight (overweight and obese) and immediate health of the pediatric population. Methodology: As part of routine patient care, we measured length in addition to weight of patients 2 years to 18 years of age presenting to the pediatric emergency department. A report...

Volume Estimation of the Limb After VEnous Treatment

Chronic venous disease encompasses a broad spectrum of clinical presentations and is considered the most common vascular disease. Its causes are diverse, including primary defects of the wall or valves, chronic venous insufficiency, or lesions secondary to thrombosis, a post-thrombotic venous disease, affecting the superficial or deep venous network or both. The major symptom of venous disease is the enlargement of the lower limbs, which can result in edema. The evaluation of t...

An Exploratory Open Label Study of Adjunctive L-lysine Treatment in Patients With Schizophrenia

The objective of the present study was to investigate the possibility of using L-lysine, an amino acid that occurs naturally in food and which interferes with nitric oxide (NO) production, for the treatment of schizophrenia. L-lysine, 6 g/day, was administered to ten patients with schizophrenia as an add-on treatment to conventional antipsychotic treatment. The study was designed as a single-blinded, cross-over study where patients were randomly assigned to initial treatment wi...

The Influence of 5-HTTLPR and BDNF Polymorphisms on Anxiety and Mood After Acute Exercise

The Influence of 5-HTTLPR and BDNF Polymorphisms on Anxiety and Mood After Acute Exercise. Introduction: The 5-HTTLPR (SLC6A4) and BDNF (Val66Met) polymorphism presents an action on the modulation of human behavior and has received great attention as a risk factor for several psychiatric disorders. In recent years, a growing number of studies have evaluated the association between these polymorphisms and personality traits related to anxiety and depression. Objectives: To dete...

Long-term Prognosis and Quality of Life in Early Rheumatoid Arthritis Patients Treated by 2015 ACR Guideline (LELAND)

To focus on the real world treat-to-target rate of early rheumatoid arthritis patients who will be treated according to the 2015 American College of Rheumatology Guideline for the Treatment of RA. To explore the factors which influence the treat-to-target outcome.

Image and Dosimetry Related Research of Department of Medical Physics, Cross Cancer Institute

The purpose of this study is to retrospectively have access to image files of patients.

Verification of Prediction Algorithm

Prospective observational clinical study to verify an algorithm used to predict cardiopulmonary events in patients presenting to the emergency department.

Derivation of a Clinical Decision Rule for Emergency Department Head CT Scanning in Seniors Who Have Fallen

Falls are the leading cause of traumatic death in the elderly with head injury causing half of these deaths. Each year, one in three adults over the age of 65 (seniors) fall, and half of these seniors seek treatment at a hospital emergency department (ED). There is a major evidence gap in the study of brain injury diagnosis in seniors, which is problematic for emergency physicians since the number of fall-associated head injuries is rising. ED diagnostic tools for risk stratifi...

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