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Can Resistance Enhance Selection of Treatment? (CREST)

To compare two commercially available platforms for assessment of HIV drug resistance to determine which provides superior virological results. We hypothesise that one test will be significantly superior to the other.

Resistance Exercise Training at Different Intensities

The aim of the current study, therefore, is to determine the feasibility of recruitment and adherence to resistance exercise training interventions performed at low and high loads, to volitional muscular failure, in a trial population that includes both healthy and frail older people.

Healthy Eating Aerobic and Resistance Training in Youth (HEARTY) Trial

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effects of resistance training, aerobic training, and combined aerobic and resistance training on percent body fat, measured using Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), in sedentary post-pubertal overweight or obese youth aged 14-18 years.

Resistance Training and Cardiometabolic Health

This study will investigate the relationship between resistance training load and repetitions on cardiometabolic outcomes. The primary objective of this clinical trial is to determine whether high load or low load resistance exercise training affects arterial stiffness in overweight or obese men and women. Our secondary objectives are to investigate the effects of high and low load RT on vascular function, cardiac structure, and markers of insulin sensitivity. Finally, we are g...

Bloodstream Infection Due to Multidrug-Resistant Organisms - Multicenter Study on Determinants of Clinical Outcomes

Continual surveillance of both community-acquired and nosocomial bloodstream infections for specific target organisms. Analysis of comorbidities, complications, bacterial resistance patterns, bacterial genomics (e. g. via WGS and MLST typing) for the determinants of clinical outcomes. The clinical outcomes are investigated both in the short-term (up until discharge) and the long-term (six months after index blood culture by standardized questionnaire). A predictive point-of-car...

Photodynamic Therapy With Red Leds in Microorganisms Related to Halitosis

Halitosis is the term used to describe any unpleasant odor relative to expired air regardless of its source. The prevalence of halitosis in the population is approximately 30%, of which 80-90% of the cases originate in the oral cavity resulting from proteolytic degradation by gram negative anaerobic bacteria. Antimicrobial photodynamic therapy (aPDT) has been widely used and with very satisfactory results in the health sciences, it involves the use of a non-toxic dye, called ph...

Prospective Multicentric Study of Cytomegalovirus Resistance in Transplant Patients and Bone Marrow Recipients

The investigators aim is to determine the incidence of cytomegalovirus resistance to antivirals in a cohort study. The patients are included at their first CMV active infection and are followed during two years thereafter. When criteria for suspected resistance are meet, blood and urine samples are collected for virus isolation and further resistance phenotype, and for resistance genotype determination. Results are compared with baseline samples. Clinical information such as tr...

Insulin Resistance Associated With Chronic Hepatitis C (CHC) and the Effect of Antiviral Therapy

The literature suggests that there may be an association between hepatitis C and type 2 diabetes mellitus independent of the presence of cirrhosis, the likely mechanism for which is insulin resistance. The prevalence of insulin resistance in patients with hepatitis C is unknown. Furthermore, there are no studies that indicate an increased prevalence of insulin resistance in patients with hepatitis C compared to other etiologies of liver disease. The role that hepatitis C may...

The Mechanism of Modified Utral-long Protocol in Improving Endometrial Receptivity in Patients With PCOS and IR

NF-κB pathway activation-induced endometrial insulin resistance was one of the causes of infertility patients with PCOS and insulin resistance whose endometrial receptivity is declined .The investigators' previous findings indicated that the use of modified utral-long protocols ( GnRH-a was used twice in mid-luteal phaes) can improve clinical outcomes by improving endometrial receptivity in patients with PCOS , but the mechanism was not clear. Previous research also found that...

The Fenofibrate and Metformin for Atherogenic Dyslipidemia (FAMA) Study

Patients with metabolic syndrome, insulin resistance, and elevated triglycerides of 150 mg/dl or higher will be randomized to one of four groups: 1) placebo; 2) metformin; 3) fenofibrate; or 4) combined metformin and fenofibrate for a period of 12 weeks after titration to target dose. We are interested in the effects of these therapies on triglyceride levels, HDL-C, insulin resistance, and markers of inflammation.

Switching From TDF to TAF vs. Maintaining TDF in Chronic Hepatitis B With Resistance to Adefovir or Entecavir.

Treatment of CHB patients with genotypic resistance to NUCs has been problematic due to the lack of data from randomized trials. Recently, two randomized trials comparing the efficacy of TDF monotherapy versus TDF and ETV combination therapy in CHB patients with documented genotypic resistance to adefovir (ADV) or ETV demonstrated TDF monotherapy was not statistically different in viral suppression at week 48 of treatment.1,2 The extension study based on the above two trials me...

Optimization of Individualized Therapy for CRCs With Secondary RESISTance Towards Anti-EGFR Targeted Therapy Using an Avatar Model

In this exploratory phase II trial, the possibility of a personalized treatment after resistance to cetuximab will be evaluated. Therefore, tumor material of all patients shall be obtained, transferred into avatars and treated the same way as in the patient until resistance arises. These resistant tumor cells are subsequently treated by different targeted treatment combinations in the mouse avatar model to find the most active drug or combination of drugs. This drug or combinat...

3TC or No 3TC for HIV With 3TC Resistance

The purpose of this study is to compare the effects of continuing or discontinuing 3TC treatment in the presence of HIV virus with 3TC resistance for persons who are on a regimen including least three other anti-HIV drugs. The overall aim is to determine whether continuing 3TC is of benefit in HIV-positive persons who have already shown resistance to this drug.

Flywheel Inertial Resistance vs Heavy Slow Resistance in Patellar Tendinopathy

The purpose of this project is to investigate the efficacy of Inertial Flywheel Resistance program vs Heavy slow resistance in patients with chronic patellar tendinopathy. The investigators hypothesize that Inertial Flywheel Resistance program will yield a more positive clinical outcome and function in patients with patellar tendinopathy compared to heavy slow resistance group.

Metformin Therapy in HCV Infection

Hepatitis C virus infection (HCV) is a major cause of cirrhosis and death from liver disease worldwide. Current therapy for HCV with interferon based therapies results in cure rates of around 5055% which leaves a significant number of patients without effective therapy. HCV induces (can bring on) insulin resistance and insulin resistance is a factor known to reduce the response to antiHCV therapy. This finding stimulated initial studies looking at agents that may reduce insulin...

ctDNA Guided Treatment of Early Resistance to Targeted Treatment

The current strategy is to test for treatment resistance at the time of radiological progression and design subsequent treatment based on the mechanism of resistance. However, upon disease progression patients tend to deteriorate quickly and 30% - 40% of patients will not be in the clinical condition to receive next line treatment. Therefore, there is a potential for early resistance identification and directing treatment against it in order to improve patient outcome.

Linezolid-resistant Staphylococcus Epidermidis in ICU and Risk Factors Analysis

Understanding the emergence of linezolid-resistance in Staphylococci has been allowed in the past years through the discovery of the clonal dissemination of a chromosomal cassette carrying a modified crf gene. New mutations have even been described. Though, clinical evidences are still lacking, especially concerning the factors associated to this emergence. It could seriously become quite problematic to eliminate one of the last therapeutic weapon at our disposal for the treatm...

Resistive Exercise for Arthritic Cartilage Health (REACH)

Female subjects over the age of 40 will be recruited and randomised into a progressive resistance training (PRT) or sham-exercise group. The PRT group will train at 80% of their peak strength, using Keiser pneumatic resistance machines, and progress approximately 3% per session. Strength will be re-assessed fortnightly. Exercises will target muscles around the hip and knee. The sham-exercise group will train on the same equipment as the PRT group except hip adduction, but witho...

Resistance Exercise Program on the Functionality of Individuals With Chikungunya Fever

Common symptoms of chikungunya fever are persistent arthritis and arthralgia, such symptoms can lead to impairment in functionality. The objective of this study is to evaluate the efficacy of a resistance exercise protocol on the functionality of individuals with chronic musculoskeletal manifestations of Chikungunya fever. Quality of life, number of painful joints, intensity of pain, number of recurrence of exacerbation and thermography are secondary outcomes that will also be ...

Predicting Insulin Resistance in American Indian Youth

The purpose of this study is to identify risks that may contribute to increased insulin resistance which may help explain some of the increased incidence of type 2 diabetes in American Indian Youth, at the Rosebud reservation ages 5 to 18 years old. If specific positive indicators of insulin resistance are present, individuals are recruited back in one year for repeat of all measures.

Home-based Resistance Training for Adults With Severe Obesity

This study evaluates whether adding home-based resistance training to a multidisciplinary specialist weight management service can promote weight loss and improve physical function, strength, power and quality of life in adults with severe obesity. The study also investigated whether performing resistance exercises as fast as possible can yield further improvements in physical function compared with traditional slow-speed resistance training. All recruited participants complet...

The Role of Insulin Resistance in PCOS

Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) phenotype can be structured into three components: anovulation, hyperandrogenism and the metabolic syndrome (of which hyperinsulinemia, secondary to insulin resistance, is the central abnormality)(1). It is the most common endocrinologic disease seen in Gynecologic clinic. The follicular excess in polycystic ovaries and the failure of selection of one dominant follicle contribute to the anovulation of PCOS. The infertile PCOS female usually suff...

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Selection of Antibiotic Resistance by Azithromycin and Clarithromycin in the Oral Flora

Resistance to antibiotics is a major public-health problem and studies linking antibiotic use and resistance have shown an association not a causal effect. Utilizing the newer macrolides, azithromycin and clarithromycin that are commonly prescribed for respiratory infections, we investigated the direct impact of antibiotic exposure on resistance at the individual level.

T-DM1 and Osimertinib Combination Treatment to Target HER2 Bypass Track Resistance in EGFR Mutation Positive NSCLC

This is a single arm open-label multi-center phase II study, investigating disease control rate after 3 months of treatment with trastuzumab-emtansine/osimertinib combination therapy in patients with advanced EGFR mutation positive non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) with HER2 bypass track resistance.

TARGET-Metabolic Effects

The estimation of calorie needs during routine practice in critically ill patients is highly variable and the thermogenic effect of continuous delivery of enteral nutrition (EN) on overall calorie utilisation in critically ill adults is unknown. The TARGET-ME study is a substudy of the TARGET trial (NCT02306746). The TARGET trial provides the perfect opportunity to measure calorie utilisation via indirect calorimetry (IC) and ventilator-derived carbon dioxide production (VCO2) ...

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