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Thursday 11th July 2019

Modulation Effects of Baduanjin Exercise on Subjective Cognitive Decline

The aim of this study is to investigate the modulation effects of Baduanjin (BDJ), a simple and innovative mind-body exercise, on cognitive function, resting state functional connectivity, and brain morphometry in individuals with subjective cognitive decline (SCD). The results obtained will provide novel insights for improving the prevention of age-related cognitive decline and Alzheimer's disease.


Impact of Bariatric Surgery in Patients With Morbid Obesity

The main objective is to compare the prevalence of anal incontinence (AI) before and after bariatric surgery in obese patients. Inclusion: Patients who are scheduled for a bariatric surgical procedure after a multidisciplinary evaluation for about 1 year (following french national recommendations). Primary objective: After inclusion, all patients will fill in a specific self-questionnaire evaluating AI (PFDI-20 score) before surgery and at 6 months after surgery. Inves...

Does a High BMI Affect Supervised Pelvic Floor Muscle Training for Improving Symptoms in Women With Various Stages of Pelvic Organ Prolapse?

The trial design is a quasi-experimental cohort trial that includes women referred for pelvic organ prolapse specific physiotherapy. Candidates will be selected via a convenience sampling method from four physiotherapy outpatient departments at a NHS trust within Greater Manchester. The data collection occurred in January-June 2019 and ethical approval was granted by School Research Ethics, University of Salford. Treatment aims to ensure there is respect for their auton...


Dementia Risk and Dynamic Response to Exercise

Research suggests that physical exercise supports brain health and cognition as we age. The goal of this project is to examine the specific changes in brain blood flow and biological factors in the blood immediately after exercise in older adults who have the APOE4 gene, a genetic risk factor for developing Alzheimer's. Results from this study will help researchers and clinicians understand and measure changes in the body and brain as a function of exercise, and how those chang...

Digital Cognitive Remote Training in Alzheimer's Disease (MA-EIAD)

Cerebral functioning changes with age in order to respond to the impacts of different external and internal factors on the brain, and more generally on the human body. Scaffolding Theory of Aging and Cognition proposes that during life the brain develops specific neural networks to handle with cognitive activities. When these networks are impaired due to factors that damage brain structure and/or brain functioning, the brain adapts and elaborates new networks to cope with this ...

Telephone Support for Advanced Gastrointestinal Cancer Patients and Caregivers

This trial tests telephone-based Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), a type of psychotherapy, to reduce fatigue interference with activities, mood, and cognition in advanced gastrointestinal (GI) cancer patients and family caregiver burden. ACT includes mindfulness exercises (e.g., meditations, performing activities with greater awareness), identifying personal values (e.g., family, spirituality), and engaging in activities consistent with these values. A total of 40 patie...

Disengagement in CSC: Identifying Those at Risk and Addressing Their Needs

Maintaining treatment engagement is critical for first episode psychosis patients to experience gains possible with coordinated specialty care (CSC). This study is designed to identify CSC participants still receiving care but at high risk for disengagement and to intervene to prevent/delay disengagement.

Validation of the Screening Instrument: PRISMA-7 for Frailty Among Elderly Hospitalized Danes

The questionnaire PRISMA-7 was originally developed to assess frailty in community dwelling adults. The questionnaire was translated into the Danish language. This instrument was used to screen for frailty among elderly patients (75+) sent home from Nykøbing Falster Hospital after a hospital admission during the period 31. May 2017 until December 31st, 2018. PRISMA results were used to categorize each individula as frail or non-frail. The register of PRISMA results was merged ...

Brain Function and Decision-Making

This study is about how brain function and structure is different between two universities. Participant in this project will contribute to a better understanding of how universities affect the brain.

ANAVEX2-73 Study in Patients With Rett Syndrome

ANAVEX2-73-RS-002 is a Phase 2, double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled dose escalation safety, tolerability and efficacy study in patients 18 years and older with RTT using endpoints including multiple clinical and exploratory molecular and biochemical measures.

Oakland-Jairath Score Validation

Lower gastrointestinal bleeding (LGIB) is a common presentation in the Emergency Room. It can deteriorate into severe adverse event. However some are discharged before these events occur. The Oakland-Jairath score was developed to help determine which patients can be safely discharged and which should be admitted from the ER to the hospital. The score did well in its development, but now needs to be externally validated by other independent cohorts. The limitations of the first...

LODS Role in Predicting 30-day Mortality Outcome in ICU

LODS score for deceased ICU patients within 30 days is higher than survived ICU patients

Early Warning Systems, Risk of Early Clinical Deterioration

Primary purpose of the study was to evaluate the relationship between "NEWS" and "VIEWS" scores of patients who were screened retrospectively, early clinical deterioration, return to intensive care and morbidity / mortality.

Usefulness of Early Warning Systems in Detecting Early Clinical Deterioration After Intensive Care Discharge

The VitalPac Early Warning Score (VIEWS) scoring system, developed by Prytherch et al., Is an early warning system that aims to predict the first 24-hour mortality in emergency patients. National early warning score (NEWS) is another early warning scoring system recommended by the Royal College of Physicians in London to detect early clinical deterioration in hospitalized patients. The aim of this study was to determine the early clinical deterioration after ICU and hence ...

CLEAR SYNERGY Neutrophil Substudy

CLEAR SYNERGY is an international multi center 2x2 randomized placebo controlled trial of colchicine and spironolactone in patients with STEMI. Subjects enrolled in the main CLEAR SYNERGY trial will be asked to participate in this sub study (n=670) to undergo: 1. Evaluation of markers of neutrophil activity at randomization (baseline) and 3 months follow-up in the colchicine versus placebo groups, and; 2. Examination of clinical and genetic factors that determine het...

Development of a Risk Score to Predict the Vacuum Extraction Failure

Safe operative vaginal delivery requires a careful assessment of the clinical situation. During the pushing efforts, the complexity of the delivery can lead to choose between an operative vaginal delivery attempt and a caesarean section straightaway. An emergency caesarean section for failed operative vaginal delivery is associated with a higher fetal and maternal morbidity, compared to a successful operative vaginal delivery and to a caesarean section straightaway. The...

Development and Validation of a Screening Score for the Biliary Atresia in Infantile Cholestasis: A Prospective Study

Better survival and prognosis of biliary atresia (BA) depend on early diagnosis and timely Kasai portoenterostomy. Identifying BA from other causes of infantile cholestasis at early stage of the disease still remains a major challenge. In this study, the investigators aim to develop and validate a scoring system to screen BA in infants with cholestasis.

Treatment of Patients With Active Neurocysticercosis in Eastern Africa

This multi-centre prospective cohort study of symptomatic patients with active neurocysticercosis (NCC) aims to identify factors related to treatment success of anthelmintic therapy. Neurological symptom/sign and cyst resolution, quality of life, accuracy and performance of serological T. solium diagnostics and NCC-specific immunological parameter will be followed up at multiple time points in the study. The final assessment will be done six months after the end of anthe...

Wednesday 10th July 2019

Clinical Evaluation of Pink Esthetic Score

Clinical evaluation of pink esthetic score in delayed implants in thin gingival biotype with and without temporization in the esthetic zone

Triage Assessment and NEWS-score as Risk Predictor in Older Frailty Adults in the ED

Emergency Department Triage Systems have not been shown to sufficiently recognize frail elderly patients in need of urgent assessment and care. In this prospective, observational study the performance of the 3-level triage system and the National Early Warning Score (NEWS) 2 are assessed (separately and combined) for predicting adverse outcomes in older frailty patients visiting in the ED. Observational data for this study is gathered as part of GAOPS - main study (ClinicalTria...

A Virtual Reality Study of Cognitive Biases in Body Dysmorphic Disorder

Previous research shows that individuals with Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD) misinterpret ambiguous social information in a negative and threatening manner. These erroneous threat appraisals are thought to maintain disorder symptomatology and psychosocial impairment by reinforcing individuals' distorted self-image and ideas of social undesirability. Thus, maladaptive interpretation biases represent an important treatment target for this population; however, existing bias assess...

Controlled Phonation and Vocal Rest Programs After Acute Vocal Exertion in Healthy Adults

The proposed research will investigate the most effective strategy to reduce vocal exertion reported by speakers in noisy environments. Repeated vocal exertion can lead to voice problems and therefore identifying effective strategies can lead to better prevention of acquired voice disorders. This study will compare the effects of vocal rest and controlled phonation both before and after vocal exertion. The investigators hypothesize that vocal rest and controlled phonation will ...

Effects of e-Cigarettes on Perceptions and Behavior

This project will assess the ways in which e-cigarette product diversity impacts the user experience to inform potential regulations by identifying product characteristics that may: (1) put young adults at risk for tobacco product use; and (2) facilitate adult smokers switching to e-cigarettes. There are three primary objectives to the study: (1) Determine which dimensions of e-cigarette product diversity differentially affect product appeal across young adult e-cigarette users...

Comparison of McGrath and Macintosh Laryngoscopes for Insertion of a Double Lumen Tube by Residents

The insertion of double lumen tube is difficult even more if it is a resident with no experience. we think that using videolaryngoscopes for novice ones would facilitate insertion of double lumen tube thanks to the visualization on a LCD screen of the laryngeal structure.

Is There a Benefit of Whole Body Computed Tomography (WBCT) for Patients With Only High Velocity Road Traffic Collision (RTC) Vittel Criteria?

For victims of high velocity RTC, with no other Vittel criteria of gravity, normal clinical examination of the thorax, abdomen and pelvis and Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS) score of 15 : - Study of clinically unsuspected injuries discovered on WBCT - Description - Predictive factors - Diagnostic performances of kinetic elements of Vittel criteria, and results of examinations realised at the ED.


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