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Friday 12th July 2019

Group Culture May Affect Embryo Quality in Assisted Reproduction Technology

One of the vital factors in achieving pregnancies in assisted reproductive technologies (ART) is maximizing embryo quality, which is significantly influenced by embryo culture conditions. A microwell culture system that facilitates group culture, improves embryonic development. The investigators use a new special culture dish to examine the effect of group culture on embryonic development in vitro. Zygotes derived from sibling oocytes were completely denuded from cumulus cells ...

Effect of Ellagic Ácid on the Components of Metabolic Syndrome, Insulin Sensitivity and Insulin Secretion

Metabolic syndrome (MS) is a group of important cardiovascular risk factors: abdominal obesity, dyslipidemia, hyperglycemia, and high blood pressure. Treatment requires the introduction of pharmacological management that includes different medications for each component. Ellagic acid (EA) is a polyphenol that has shown health benefits in multiple experimental studies; mainly as an antioxidant, but also in hepatic steatosis, endothelial damage, hypertension, diabetes mellitus, v...

Neuroplastic Alterations of the Motor Cortex by Caffeine

Caffeine is a psychostimulant drug. It acts as a competitive antagonist at adenosine receptors, which modulate cortical excitability as well. In deep brain stimulation (DBS), the production of adenosine following the release of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) explains the reduction of tremor. Binding of adenosine to adenosine A1 receptors suppresses excitatory transmission in the thalamus and hereby reduces both tremor-and DBS-induced side effects. Also, the effect of adenosine wa...

Monofocal Extended Range of Vision (MERoV) Study

We are proposing this research project to: 1. Screen a set of patients after normal cataract surgery with a single focus lens aimed at good distance vision at 3 months after surgery to identify patients who are able to see and read well without glasses. 2. Identify the combination of factors responsible for this phenomenon in the patients who are achieving this. Potentially eligible patients will be given an invitation letter and patient information ...

The Relative Effectiveness of BOLUS Versus Continuous Nasogastric Feeding After Stroke: a Proof of Principal Study

Patients with severe strokes are often unable to be take oral diet food and fluids safely because they cannot swallow effectively. Therefore, patients need to be fed via a tube placed through the nose into the stomach (nasogastric tube). Tube feeding can be given by the intermittent (bolus) method, whereby the feed is given over a short time (15 to 30 minutes), or by the continuous feeding method, where the feed is given continuously over 10-16 hours. Nasogastric feeding can be...

Catheter Ablation vs. Risk Factor Modification.

Atrial fibrillation (AF) is the most common sustained cardiac arrhythmia with a prevalence of 2% in general population. Incidence and prevalence of AF has been slightly increasing due to increasing age, improved ability to treat cardiac diseases, and higher incidence of obesity and other risk factors associated with AF. AF is associated with higher morbidity and mortality mainly caused by heart failure and stroke. Catheter ablation (with pulmonary vein isolation as a cornerston...

Prognosis and Integrative Assessment of Aortic Coarctation Patients in China

This is a systemic research of Chinese aortic coarctation patients, aiming to determine risk factors and serial biomarkers of aortic coarctation in prognosis.

Viral and Microbial Circulation Between Humans, Domesticated and Wild Animals Along an Ecotone, Democratic Republic of Congo

This study will evaluate the overlap between the intestinal microbiome and virome of wild and domesticated animals and human beings living in close proximity in three sites along an ecotone (ecological gradient) in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

IMpact of Breast cAncer Gene Status on Survival in Adjuvant Breast Cancer (IMBASSA)

Relationship between the presence of the BRCA mutation (BReast Cancer) and outcomes is unclear in high-risk early breast cancers (BC). This study is a multi-center retrospective cohort of patients treated in region Franche-Comté for an early BC by neoadjuvant and/or adjuvant chemotherapy. The primary aim was to describe clinical and pathological characteristics considering BRCA mutated (BRCAm) patients versus BRCA wild type (BRCAwt) patients or untested patients. The s...

Thursday 11th July 2019

Readmission Risk Factors and Heart Failure With Preserved Ejection Fraction

Retrospective review of 492 patient from a small community hospital who did not qualify for participation in the Connect HF study sponsored by DCRI.

Osteoradionecrosis Rate in Patients Undergoing Radiotherapy for Head and Neck Cancer Treatment.

Objectives High-dose radiotherapy (RT) for head and neck cancer has significant adverse effects on maxillofacial tissues, among which osteoradionecrosis (ORN) is the most severe and potentially life-threatening. Although tooth extractions seem to be the main risk factor, few perspective studies evaluated protocols to minimize the ORN risk due to extractions. The aim of this study is to evaluate incidence and risk factors of ORN in a cohort of patients receiving tooth extraction...

Evaluation of the Quality of Life of Patients With Metastatic Non-small Cell Lung Cancer With Supplementary Therapy With IGEN-0206

A national, multicenter, blind, randomized study of three groups, designed to evaluate the impact on the quality of life of IGEN-0206 (IGEN-0206 is a nutritional product, a food) with nutritional support + standard treatment versus nutritional support + standard treatment versus standard treatment in patients with non-lung cancer metastatic microcytic. The standard treatment can include any line of active treatment (chemotherapy, immunotherapy, biological therapies or targeted...

Self-compression Mammography in Clinical Practice: a Randomized Clinical Trial Compared to Standard Compression

Every year millions of mammograms are performed worldwide, representing the primary examination for the early diagnosis of breast cancer. Despite continuous advances in medicine and technology, an aspect of mammography has not changed in over fifty years: the breast is still compressed on the detector because this allows to reduce the thickness of the breast thus improving the quality of the diagnostic image and reducing the dose of radiation necessary to obtain a clear image. ...

Patient Education Using 3D Printed Model

Complex high energy fractures of the lower extremity are life changing injuries and are known to be associated with poor functional outcome post operatively. The list of potential post-operative complications associated with these injuries is long, and the worst of these fractures can even be limb threatening. One of the most difficult and prevalent post-operative issues this patient population faces is chronic pain and its association to opioid addiction, which is currently an...

Time Restricted Feeding and Metabolic Rhythms

Current guidelines for the prevention and treatment of obesity focus on caloric restriction diets and increasing physical activity, but long-term compliance to these strategies is poor. The timing of meal intake relative to the light-dark and sleep-wake cycle is rarely considered in metabolic health; and modifying meal timing is likely easier to implement in daily life than reducing caloric intake and/or increasing physical activity. This project will test whether restricting t...

Epidemiology, Treatment and Prognosis of Neonatal Meningitis in Turkey: A Multicenter Study

Meningitis, defined as inflammation of the meninges caused by different pathogens, is a serious infection associated with high morbidity and mortality. It occurs more commonly in the neonatal period than in any other age group. Neonatal meningitis is a devastating infection that occurs more commonly in neonates than in any other age group, and is associated with significant morbidity and mortality. In this study, we aimed to evaluate epidemiology, treatment and prognosis of neo...

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...

Manual Therapy and Strengthening for the Hip in Older Adults With Chronic Low Back Pain

Older adults with chronic low back pain (LBP) are at a greater risk for disability, loss of independence, and lower quality of life. Experts agree that LBP is not a homogeneous condition, and treatments should differ based upon clinical presentation. One particular subgroup of older adults with chronic LBP are those that also have hip pain and muscle weakness; in addition, many of these individuals have limited and painful movement of the lumbar spine. Our past work indicates t...

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 ...

Study to Predict Lanreotide-induced Disease Activity Normalization in Acromegaly

The purpose of the study is to collect data about predictive factors for the efficacy of Lanreotide Autogel in patients with acromegaly in routine clinical practice.

Study to Intervene With Nutrition for Gastroparesis

The study is a self-controlled study in which we will assess the safety and efficacy of Kate Farm Peptide 1.5 tube feeding in patients with gastroparesis, relative to their pre-enrollment tube feeding regimen.

Teachers Thriving Together

This is a randomized, controlled, hybrid implementation-effectiveness design.whose primary aim is to examine the impact of ParentCorps plus Thrive Professional Learning, relative to Thrive Professional Learning and Inspire Professional Learning alone, on teachers' classroom teaching (knowledge, beliefs, skills and practice related to family engagement and social emotional learning) and teachers' social emotional development. The study also aims to understand the impact of Thriv...

Meta-analysis of Stannous Fluoride and the Effects on Gingival Health

The aim of this 18 study analysis was to compare the effect of bioavailable stannous fluoride (SnF2) dentifrices when used up to 3 months on gingivitis relative to a positive or negative control dentifrice.

A Study to Assess the Relative Oral Bioavailability and Food Effect of Single-dose of JNJ-64417184 in Healthy Participants

The main purpose of this study is to evaluate the relative bioavailability of JNJ-64417184, formulated as a test formulation (tablet) compared to a reference formulation (suspension), administered orally in a fasted state, in healthy participants.

Effects and Prognostic Factors of Intensive Pulse Light Treatment for Meibomian Gland Dysfunction

The investigators are going to Investigate the comparative efficacy of intense pulsed light therapy alone with that of intense pulsed light plus meibomian gland expression for meibomian gland dysfunction.

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