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Showing "Mitochondrial Dysfunction Atherosclerosis" Clinical Trials 51–75 of 4,200+

Wednesday 10th July 2019

Regulation of Metabolism and Ion Handling

This study investigates the relation between ion-handling (K+) and fatigue development during exercise. Before and after a 5-week period of high intensity interval training, performance and ion-handling is assessed in young adults. In addition, mitochondrial function is examined.

Prevention of Coronary Microvascular Dysfunction Post-PCI by Intracoronary Nicardipine

This is a single-center double blind, placebo controlled study of patients undergoing a cardiac catheterization where the need for a percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) is anticipated or will be determined during the early diagnostic phase. The study will assess the use of intracoronary nicardipine vs. sterile saline injection in reducing the index measurement of microcirculatory resistance (IMR). Fifty consecutive patients presenting to the Thomas Jefferson University (TJ...

Effect of Topical Azithromycin on Tear Film Thickness in Patients With Meibomian Gland Dysfunction

Meibomian gland dysfunction (MGD) is among the leading causes for dry eye syndrome (DES), affecting millions of people worldwide. We have shown in a previous study that tear film thickness (TFT) is reduced in patients with DES and that this reduction correlates with tear break up time (BUT) as well as with the severity of subjective symptoms. Even though systemic tetracyclines as well as topical azithromycin can be used for the treatment of MGD, it seems that topical azithromyc...

Effectiveness of Neural Therapy in Patients With Fibromiyalgia

Neural therapy is a regulation therapy that tries to correct this underlying autonomic dysfunction. In neural therapy; local painful areas, trigger points and symptomatic segments are included in the injection using local anesthetics and the underlying disruptive areas are investigated and treated. The aim of this study was to investigate the efficacy of neural therapy in fibromyalgia syndrome which is thought to have a neuroendocrine dysregulation disorder.

Neurostimulation In Adult Survivors of Childhood Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL)

Long-term survivors of ALL are at-risk for neurocognitive impairment, particularly in the area of executive functioning. Relatively limited research has focused on interventions for improving neurocognitive outcomes in long-term survivors of ALL. A promising technique for cognitive enhancement is Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) which differs from conventional cognitive remediation approaches in that it directly stimulates specific brain regions responsible for co...

Evaluating MED2005 & Nitrostat Bioavailability

Futura Medical Developments Ltd (FMD) are developing a gel formulation of GTN (MED2005) as a topical treatment for ED delivered using DermaSys®, a versatile and bespoke technology. Treatment requires the application of a small quantity of gel (approx 300 mg), containing a fixed dose of GTN, to the glans of the penis. Pharmacokinetic studies in healthy volunteers indicate rapid absorption of the drug and low systemic exposure, reducing the risk of adverse events (such as headac...

Tuesday 9th July 2019

Safety and Efficacy of Treprostinil (Remodulin®) In Reducing Ischemia-Reperfusion Injury During Kidney Transplantation

The objectives of this study are to test the preliminary safety and efficacy of a two-day peri-operative course of treprostinil in reducing ischemia-reperfusion injury in adult patients receiving a deceased donor kidney transplantation. Treprostinil, a prostacyclin analog, is expected to facilitate the restoration of blood supply to the revascularized kidney graft via its vasodilatory actions, well characterized protective effects, and longer elimination half-life. These proper...

The Diagnostic Value of Hybrid PET/MR for Systemic Amyloidosis

Systemic amyloidosis is a multi-system disease caused by extracellular deposition of insoluble amyloid fibrils in various tissues and organs, leading to progressive organ dysfunction. The clinical manifestations of different types of amyloidosis are complex and diverse, and the prognosis is very poor. Early detection and classification of amyloid deposition is becoming increasingly important. However, conventional imaging techniques including ultrasound and magnetic resonance a...

Monday 8th July 2019

3 Meter Backwards Walk Test and Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is an autoimmune, demyelinating disease of the central nervous system that causes different levels of disability with motor and sensory loss. Although the signs and symptoms of the disease vary according to the location of the lesion; loss of strength, spasticity, sensory disturbances, fatigue, ataxia, autonomic dysfunction and decreased visual acuity are frequently seen. One of the most important causes of loss of function is balance problems. Balance p...

Comparison of the Severity of Coronary Atherosclerosis With Tissue Compliance in Patients Within First Degree Relatives

This study research the similarity of coronary artery lesions according to HLA tissue compatibility in fisrt degree relatives of the patients who just admitted clinic as Acute coronary syndrome and underwent angiyography before .

FOT Assessment of Hemi-diaphragm Dysfunction After Upper Extremity Nerve Blocks

Upper extremity nerve blocks of the brachial plexus using local anesthetic can inadvertently affect the ipsilateral phrenic nerve and result in hemidiaphragm dysfunction. Ultrasonography is often used to assess for hemidiaphragm dysfunction after brachial plexus nerve blocks. Alternately, post-operative chest x-rays can also be used to document unilateral hemidiaphragm elevation secondary to phrenic nerve dysfunction. Newly developed passive breathing testing devices (Forced Os...

Acute Post-cardiac Surgery Renal Failure: Prevention Through Individualized Intense Hemodynamic Management

BACKGROUND: The incidence of acute kidney injury (AKI) in patients undergoing cardiac surgery can reach 35% and between 2 and 5% require kidney replacement therapy during the AKI episode. The development of AKI n this context is independently associated with higher long-term mortality (5-10 years). In addition, there is strong evidence that an episode of AKI in the hospital increases the risk of developing chronic kidney disease in the medium-long term. On the other hand, once ...

Effects of Osteopathic Manipulative Therapy on Arrhythmias

The study focuses on patients who have already been diagnosed with an arrhythmia. This is a randomized control trial that will use measurements from the implanted devices to quantify changes in the number of cardiac events experienced. Subjects will present to the Long Island Heart Rhythm Clinic (LIHRC) at the New York Institute of Technology (NYIT) Academic Health Care Center for their scheduled appointment with Dr. Cohen. These patients are generally coming in for their elect...

Friday 5th July 2019

Targeting ER Stress in Vascular Dysfunction

Aging and obesity are both risk factors for cardiovascular disease (CVD). One process that links both of these conditions to CVD is vascular dysfunction. Data from animal studies indicate that endoplasmic reticulum (ER) stress may play an important role in the development of endothelial dysfunction in aging and obesity. Therefore, the goal of this study is to investigate the relative contributions of aging and obesity on vascular dysfunction and ER stress. Additionally, this st...

Differential Efficacy of Corticosteroid Solutions for Non-Operative Treatment of Digit Flexor Tenosynovitis

Trigger finger is a common cause of hand pain and dysfunction. Its due to chronic inflammation of the flexor tendon that leads to a pulley system mismatch. Historically it has been managed either conservatively with corticosteroid injections or through a surgical release of the A1 pulley. Several corticosteroids have been used for injection- dexamethasone, methylprednisolone, triamcinolone, betamethasone, paramethasone, etc. The purpose of out study is to determine if a 0.5 cc ...

Tuesday 2nd July 2019

Effects of L-arginine and L-citrulline Supplementation on Muscle Respiration

The objective of this trial is to determine the effects of dietary supplementation with the amino acids, L-arginine and L-citrulline, on endurance performance and mitochondrial respiration in healthy men compared to supplementation with L-arginine alone and a placebo supplement.

Carotid Atherosclerosis in Patients With Aortic Coarctation

Despite aortic coarctation (CoA) repair these patients have cardiovascular complications and coronary artery disease is the most common cause of death.

Virtual Reality in SOD

The pain management for type-3 Sphincter of Oddi dysfunction remains a significant clinical challenge and the current therapeutic outcome is often frustrating and may lead to addiction of opioid pain medication. Virtual reality (VR) has emerged as a viable option for pain management, but its usage has been limited to short-term inpatient clinical trials or experimental settings. In the proposed study, we will determine the long-term efficacy of VR intervention on pain managemen...

Monday 1st July 2019

Early Prediction of Sepsis by Using Metabolomics

Sepsis is a serious medical condition associated with a high incidence and mortality rate. It is the leading cause of death in ICU worldwide. Nowadays sepsis was redefined as a life-threatening organ dysfunction caused by a dysregulated host response to infection. Despite the progress made in the pathogenesis of sepsis and advances achieved in medical interventions, the management of sepsis remains a challenge for clinicians. The core problem that precludes the promotion in the...

Hepatic Energy Fluxes in NASH and NAS Patients

Diseases along the nonalcoholic fatty liver disease spectrum, which are tightly coupled to the obesity epidemic, are soon to become the commonest indication for liver transplantation in the United States. Bariatric surgery shows great promise in the treatment of these diseases. The studies proposed herein will be the first to measure in humans the relationships among (i) the liver's ability to burn fat and make glucose, two of its primary functions; (ii) the severity of nonalco...

Prevalence of Wild Type Transthyretin Cardiac Amyloidosis in Patients Operated for Idiopathic Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Wild-type transthyretin cardiac amyloidosis is an underdiagnosed depository disease in which fibril monomers of misfolded amyloid protein accumulates in various tissues, including the heart, and cause tissue dysfunction. Before onset of cardiac symptoms, many patients will have undergone surgery for idiopathic carpal tunnel syndrome since the protein also deposits in the transversal carpal ligament of the hand. This study investigates patients previously operated for id...

Early Identification and Effective Management of Pediatric Sepsis

In patients diagnosed as sepsis on PICU admission, early and accurate identification of patients who will develop organ dysfunction (severe sepsis) is critical for effective management and positive outcome. A multiple marker approach would improve clinical utility compared with use of a single marker. The primary goal of this part of study is to define a combination of multiple markers, derived from novel biomarkers (nCD-64, IL-27, sTREM, HLA-DR, IL-10), metabolomics and routin...

Electrical Stimulation to Improve Recovery After Peripheral Nerve Injury

After nerve injury and facial palsy, many patients have permanent muscle and sensory dysfunction. Electrical stimulation (ES) of injured nerves may speed up axon growth and improve recovery. This study will assess if ES accelerates motor axon regeneration and improves muscle recovery in patients undergoing two-staged facial reanimation for facial palsy. This study of ES in these patients will investigate: i) nerve regeneration over long distances; ii) direct evid...

Upper Limb Reeducation Across Life Span

Program Ready2E.A.T. was developed to be tested in the upper limb reeducation on population at risk, such as: - Children with dysfunction - Cognitive impaired elderly - Dementia people

Friday 28th June 2019

Oral Carnosine for Neuromuscular Performance in Multiple Sclerosis

Low levels of tissue carnosine and mitochondrial dysfunction appears to accompany multiple sclerosis (MS), with oral carnosine might be applicable to tackle impaired bioenergetics and oxidative stress in MS, and perhaps win back neuromuscular function. However, several formulations of carnosine have shown limited applicability due to restraints in brain delivery or tissue performance. No human studies so far evaluated the impact of innovative carnosine formulation (Karnozin EXT...

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