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Friday 12th July 2019

Randomized Study of Coronary Revascularization Surgery With Injection of WJ-MSCs and Placement of an Epicardial Extracellular Matrix

Ischemic heart disease is one of the most important causes of mortality and morbidity in the Western world and is a public health problem. Among ischemic heart diseases, myocardial infarction has specific significance because the cardiac muscle does not have sufficient and adequate capacity to regenerate; therefore, necrosis of a region leads to the formation of a fibrous scar. Infarction can lead to a progressive and irreversible decrease in cardiac function, resulting in hear...


Clinical Application of Stem Cell Educator Therapy in Alopecia Areata

Alopecia areata (AA) is a common autoimmune disease that results in loss of body hair in varying degrees. The condition is estimated to affect more than 6.5 million people in the United States alone (naaf.org), with a worldwide prevalence of 0.1% to 0.2% and calculated lifetime risk of 2%. AA is the most common form of the disease, in which areas of complete hair loss arise within normal hair-bearing skin. Other forms include alopecia totalis (AT), characterized by total loss o...

Insulin Dextrose Infusion vs Nebulized Salbutamol vs Combination of Salbutamol and Insulin Dextrose in Acute Hyperkalemia

Hyperkalemia is a common electrolyte disorder, especially among patients with chronic kidney disease, diabetes mellitus, or heart failure. Globally, the reported incidence of hyperkalemia varies from 1.1 to 10 per 100 hospitalizations, depending on the patient cohort and comorbidities. Hyperkalemia is a potentially life-threatening electrolyte disturbance that can be fatal if left untreated. Several studies have established the association between hyperkalemia and all-cause mor...


Thursday 11th July 2019

Multi-modality Prostate Cancer Image Guided Interventions

This is a non-randomized, prospective trial of men who are scheduled for radical prostatectomy for treatment of prostate cancer, or repeat biopsy for localized prostate cancer as standard of care and who will undergo a series of pre-operative multi-modality imaging studies. Post intervention, hybrid imaging maps (HIM) will be generated and the predictions of the HIM (3D location, volume and grade of cancer) will be correlated with actual pathology results to gauge the performan...

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.

Clinical Evaluation of a Proof of Concept (POC) Assay to Identify Phenotypes in the Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome

Patients prospectively classified to the hyper-inflammatory ARDS phenotype on the basis of clinical characteristics and a novel POC biomarker assay will have worse clinical outcomes than the hypo-inflammatory phenotype. Study Aim The purpose of this project is to prospectively identify hyper- and hypo-inflammatory phenotypes in patients with ARDS and determine clinical outcomes associated with each phenotype. The primary objective of this study is to assess the c...

Comparison of 2 Tests to Diagnose Cognitive Dysfunctions in Alcohol Disease

The objective of this study is therefore to compare the results obtained with these two screening tests, using as gold standard the results obtained by the battery of neuropsychological reference tests.

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...

A-BIRTHPERFORM Versus Conventional Partogram in the Improvement of Birth Results

Midwives and Obstetricians when assisting women during labour do not follow the clinical guidelines on labour process care,in many cases oxytocin is used routinely without medical indication, and ends in the erroneous use of oxytocin, and risk of labour dystocia arise. In Spain, according to the National Health System the rate of oxytocin use during labour is 53.3%, in pregnant women with spontaneous onset of labour, which is high and is far from the expected standard (expected...

Photobiomodulation in Individuals With Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is among the most common chronic respiratory diseases (CKD). Millions of people of all ages suffer from these diseases. COPD is between the fifth and sixth of the leading causes of death in Brazil. It generates an inflammatory pulmonary response that is softened by non-curative treatments and that present serious side effects. Low intensity laser (LBI) or laser therapy has been used for about 50 years to help the healing process, rev...

Minimally Invasive or Conventional Edge-To-Edge Repair for Severe Mitral Regurgitation Due to Bileaflet Prolapse in Barlow's Disease: Does the Surgical Approach Have an Impact on the Long-term Results?

The study evaluates the long-term results of patients affected by bileaflet prolapse in Barlow's Disease, treated with edge-to-edge technique between 1997 and 2011.

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 ...

Promoting Repeat Blood Donation Through Social Media Among First-time Donors in a Peruvian Blood Bank

Blood donations are an important need worldwide. In Peru, only 10% of donations are voluntary, of which only a quarter are repeat donors. Repeat donations are crucial to maintaining a safe and adequate blood supply. Social media presents a unique opportunity to promote blood donation, because of its increasing use and its prior successes in promoting positive health-related behaviors . The present study aims to develop and evaluate a social media intervention - Facebook and ...

Rendering of a Local 1g Environment for Enhanced Motor Learning in Altered Gravity

Human motor adaptation is crucial to adapt to new environments, such as altered gravity. Dexterous manipulation and fine movements in space require learning new coordinated motor actions. Traditionally, adaptation mechanisms have been tested in laboratories with robotic devices that perturb specific task parameters unbeknownst to the participant. Over repetition, participants build a more accurate representation of the task dynamics and, eventually, improve performance. These p...

Financial Incentives for Smoking Treatment

Financial incentives for motivating changes in health behavior, particularly for smoking and other morbid habits, are increasingly being tested by health insurers, employers, and government agencies. However, in using incentive programs for smoking cessation, key unanswered structural and theoretical questions remain regarding their effectiveness, acceptability to patients, and economic sustainability. This trial aims to advance the science and implementation of financial incen...

Stereotactic Body Radiotherapy for Soft Tissue Sarcomas

One of the main challenges in treating sarcomas with radiation is the toxicity to normal structures around the sarcoma. Early reports suggest Stereotactic Body Radiotherapy (SBRT) will be safe and effective for treatment of soft tissue sarcomas. However, given the rarity of this disease, the diversity of histological sub-types, and the variety of locations where these can occur (anywhere in the body), more data is needed to provide understanding of the safety and efficacy of SB...

The Effectiveness of a Self-managed Digital Exercise Programme to Prevent Falls in Older Community-dwelling People

The overall aim of the study is to evaluate the effectiveness of a digital self-management exercise program in preventing falls in community dwelling older people. Participants will be recruited in Sweden through the website (www.sakrasteg.se) providing study information. On the website interested seniors will get information about the aim and procedures of the study as well as inclusion and exclusion criteria. If seniors themselves judge that they are eligible to participate ...

Superselective Intra-arterial Chemotherapy Treatment for Retinoblastoma- 5 Year Results From Turkey

Retrospective review of 5-year long term outcomes of superselective intra-arterial chemotherapy treatment in retinoblastoma in a single institute. The treatment outcomes, globe salvage rates and complications of superselective intra-arterial chemotherapy both for treating naive patients (primary treatment group) and for patients who received systemic chemotherapy previously (secondary treatment group) were evaluated.

The Visuo-attentional Mediator of Social Facilitation

Social psychology has long established that the mere presence of others influences the investigator's individual behavior and performance. "Social facilitation" refers to any improvement or deterioration of performance due to the presence of others. For more than a century, social psychology has acquired a solid knowledge of the principles governing this fundamental form of social influence. But the underlying mechanism of social facilitation remains debated, as behavior alone...

Neural Therapy Effect and Bilateral Tubal Ligation

The aim of this study is to evaluate the effect of nebulisation in patients with bilateral tubal ligation in the first postoperative year, the amount of dysmenorrhea, dyspareunia and menstrual bleeding, recurrent vaginitis and cystitis. A retrospective analysis of bilateral tubal ligation with optional modified Pomeroy technique in the family planning unit and evaluation of the results of patients who underwent Neural Therapy during and postoperatively will be evaluated.

Frailty and Complexity Among Home Service Recipients

The purpose of the study is to develop frailty and complexity computation algorithms based on the French version of the interRAI-HC and, in doing so, to provide homecare nurses with valid and reliable screening tools for their routine practice. By relying on a prospective observational case-control longitudinal study, the study intends to assess the predictive validity of the proposed indices with respect to undesirable health outcomes. Repeated measurement occasions, separated...

Text Messaging-Based Smoking Cessation Program for Homeless Youth

Unaccompanied homeless youth smoke at much higher rates than non-homeless adolescents and young adults. Many homeless youth smokers are motivated to quit; yet, strategies specifically developed for this vulnerable population are lacking. This study will develop and pilot test a text messaging intervention (also known as a TMI) to help homeless youth quit smoking. Text messaging can provide ongoing support for homeless youth during a quit attempt, which is important given that t...

The Effects of Minimal Shoes in Older People at Risk of Falls: The Feetback Shoe Study

A third of people over 65, and half of people over 80, fall at least once a year. Falls are the most common cause of death from injury in the over 65s and result in a significant financial burden on the whole society. Shoes directly influence balance, gait, and the subsequent risk of slips, trips and falls by altering somatosensory feedback to the foot and ankle. Minimal shoes, that is shoes lacking a firm heel cup, a rigid sole or longitudinal arch support, have shown advantag...

Flossing Technique With Neuromuscular Reeducation Exercises in Trained Subjects

Introduction. A deficit of dorsiflexion and motor control can limit the performance of a squat. Neuromuscular reeducation exercises, mobility and elasticity are used in the neuromuscular control and mobility of the kinetic chain. The Flossing technique is applied to improve ankle mobility and the perception of effort. Objective. To compare the efficacy of a protocol for neuromuscular reeducation exercises, mobility and elasticity, and the Flossing technique in ankle mobility a...


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