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17:50 EDT 14th August 2018 | BioPortfolio

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Showing "Astra Tech" Clinical Trials 51–60 of 60

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Understanding Daily Fluctuations in Self-Regulation

Understanding Daily Fluctuations in Self-Regulation, also known as the Digital Marshmallow Test (DMT), is a collaboration by Northwell Health, Cornell Tech, and Sage Bionetworks. Funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, this is a pioneering study to advance the science in identifying and helping individuals who act on short-term temptations, despite long-term consequences. Using Apple's ResearchKit(™) and Android's ResearchStack applications, the Digital Marshmallow Test...


Cost-utility Study of a Group of Compensatory Cognitive Remediation in Schizophrenia

Significant cognitive impairment (executive functions, memory, attention) is common in schizophrenia affecting up to 80% of patients. But pharmacological treatments (typical and atypical antipsychotic) do not have impact on cognitive functioning. For over 20 years, alternative non-pharmacological therapeutics have been developed in schizophrenia. These techniques called cognitive remediation specifically target cognitive deficits. The first cognitive remediation available for p...

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PRIMER: Development of Daily Online Magnetic Resonance Imaging for Magnetic Resonance Image Guided Radiotherapy

In radiotherapy high-tech scans with x-rays (CT scans) are taken before and during treatment to locate the tumour and ensure the radiation is hitting the target. These x-rays expose patients to additional radiation and the quality of these scans is often poor which makes it difficult to distinguish tumour from normal tissue and there may be uncertainty in the tumour position due to movement or shrinkage. To allow for these uncertainties a large margin around the tumour is also...


Closed Loop Isoflurane Administration With Bispectral Index in Open Heart Surgery

With the advancement in microprocessor technology and better understanding of pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics of anaesthetic agents, computer facilitated closed loop control of anaesthesia using propofol has been shown to be accurate with better performance than manual control (3,4). Literature on computer controlled administration of inhalational anaesthetics is few (1), as it requires the computer to control the dial setting on the vapouriser. The investigators intend t...

Effect of Experience on Driving Performance in New Teenage Drivers

This study will evaluate the driving performance of new teenage drivers and determine to what extent independent driving experience improves driving performance of young drivers. Motor vehicle crash rates are highest among new teen drivers, especially during the first 6 months and 1,000 miles of independent licensed driving. Crash rates decline with experience, and this study will assess the effect of driving experience on performance. Newly licensed teenagers ranging from 16 ...

The Motor Network in Essential Tremor: Mechanisms of Therapy

Essential tremor (ET) is among the most common movement disorders, and is the most prevalent tremor disorder. It is a progressive, degenerative brain disorder that results in increasingly debilitating tremor, and afflicts an estimated 7 million people in the US (2.2% of the population) and estimates from population studies worldwide range from 0.4% to 6.3%. ET is directly linked to progressive functional impairment, social embarrassment, and even depression. Intention (kinetic)...

BDPP Treatment for Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) and Prediabetes

Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) represents a group of persons who are at risk of incident dementia in the near-term. Persons with MCI who have deficits in short-term recall (amnestic MCI) are at significant risk of incident Alzheimer's disease (AD) (termed prodromal AD), and thus represent a worthy target for secondary prevention interventions. There is increasing evidence that risk factors for metabolic syndrome (such as prediabetes) increase risk of incident cognitive impai...

Surgical Planning for Reconstruction of Complex Heart Defects

In the United States, approximately 1 in 200 babies are born each year with harmful congenital heart defects (CHD) that require some form of medical management. Often, these defects consist of holes in the septum (the walls between the heart chambers) and/or abnormal development of the heart chambers or major blood vessels. Surgery is the primary treatment course for many of these patients and, through the use of patches and artificial vessels, it is often possible to repair th...

Bilateral Priming Plus Task Specific Training for Severe Upper Limb Hemiparesis

The purpose of the study is to determine the best treatment for the arm that has been affected by a stroke. The investigators plan to determine if the arm affected by a stroke will improve with a combination of motor priming and motor training. Motor priming provides a warm up for the brain so that the brain and body will better respond to treatment. There are two types of priming in this study. One is called bilateral motor priming which involves using both hands. Bilateral pr...

The Use of Modified ride-on Cars to Advance Mobility and Socialization in Young Children With Disabilities

The four purposes of this study are: 1) to examine the feasibility of providing children with disabilities to explore the environment with a modified ride-on car; 2) to quantify whether children with disabilities are able to have more social interactions with a ride-on car; 3) to examine the progression of socialization during the intervention and follow-up phases to determine which factors might influence the learning curve; 4) to compare the effectiveness of using the modifie...


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