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Vision in Children Born to Opioid-dependent Methadone-maintained Mothers

The investigators will re-investigate 150 children studied extensively in the past. 100 of these children were born to mothers prescribed methadone during their pregnancy because of opiate dependency, and 50 were comparison children who were not exposed to drugs. These children were investigated when they were newborn babies, and again when they were six months old, and a quarter of the drug-exposed babies had problems with their eyesight, whilst very few of the comparison chil...


Anatomical Feasibility of the Off-the-shelf E-nside Multibranch Stent Graft System for Thoracoabdominal and Para-renal Aortic Aneurysms.(E-nside Study)

The study was created to evaluate the theoretical anatomical feasibility of the new E-nside Multibranch Stent Graft System (JOTEC GmbH, Hechingen) in patients with thoracoabdominal and para-renal aortic aneurysms based on retrospective review of pre-operative imaging studies of the patients treated with other techniques for this pathology in the vascular Unit of San Raffaele Hospital, in the past ten years. With this study, investigators want to analyze in how many cases the ne...

What is the Impact of the Presence of a Support Person on Informed Consent

In practice, the Investigators recommend that patients bring a family member or close friend to their pre-operative appointment to help with patient anxiety, comprehension, and informed decision-making. However, there is limited literature to support this recommendation. The investigators are exploring if having a support person present during this consent process impacts anxiety, satisfaction, knowledge, and preparedness for surgery.


Safety and Efficacy of Low Intensity Shockwave Therapy in Treating Diabetic Foot Ulcers

Low intensity shockwaves for treating diabetic foot ulcers (DFUs) have been in evaluation for the past 5 years. Many researchers showed the effectiveness of Low intensity shockwaves of in accelerating the healing rate of non-ischemic chronic DFUs. Wang et al. showed, the use of Low intensity shockwaves on DFUs, significantly improved topical blood flow perfusion rate, increased cell proliferation and cell activity and decreased cell apoptosis. The present study deals with the ...

Rickettsiae in Myanmar

Rickettsial infections have been found to be the second most common cause of non-malarial febrile illness in Southeast Asia, just after dengue, and are largely neglected treatable causes of morbidity and mortality. The rickettsiae can be divided into three major groups: the scrub typhus group (STG), the typhus group (TG) and the spotted fever group (SFG). Rickettsial infections typically present with an acute fever and are difficult to diagnose due to the many different causes ...

Involuntary Memories Investigation in Schizophrenia

Patients with schizophrenia suffer from autobiographical memory disorders. They have difficulty to remember vividly personal past events when they are specifically asked for. Indeed, this task requires a good executive functioning to retrieve precise information stored in long term memory. Interestingly, executive functioning has been showed impaired in schizophrenia and studies showed that their autobiographical memory impairments were directed related to their executive dysfu...

Hannover Dialysis Outcome Study

Mortality rates of patients with acute kidney injury in the intensive care unit have changed little over the past few decades despite significant advances in supportive care. Few interventions have been shown to result in an improvement of in-hospital mortality of these patients, with dose of renal replacement therapy (RRT) being one of the most important. Patients undergoing continuous veno-venous hemofiltration had better outcomes with ultrafiltration rates of 35 mL/kg/h or 4...

High Flow Nasal Cannula Versus Non-Invasive Ventilation in Exacerbations of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

Chronic obstructive lung disease is a disabling disease that affects people usually after several years of smoke tobacco exposure and affects millions of patients worldwide. The disease is marked by multiples episode of worsening, termed exacerbations necessitating frequent hospitalizations. During these exacerbations, patients present breathless, and in the most severe cases, are admitted to an Intensive Care Unit (ICU) for respiratory assistance. Currently, respiratory assist...

Effectiveness of Pre-emptive Analgesia in Children With Molar-incisor Hypomineralization (MIH)

Pain is defined by IASP (International Association for the Study of Pain) as "an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with the damage actual or potential tissue or described in terms that suggest such harm". Episodes of pain and discomfort experienced by children are one of the main factors for fear and anxiety in dentistry, especially those that present the condition of Molar-Incisive Hipomineralization, where we observed increased levels of anxiety in relati...

Prevalence of Secondary Cardiac Damage in Rheumatic Fever Patients and Penicillin Secondary Prophylaxis

According to American Heart Association criteria, patients who have had Rheumatic Fever (RF) should be treated with antibiotic prophylaxis. Continuous prophylaxis is recommended in patients with well-documented histories of RF and in those with evidence of rheumatic heart disease. There is a limited data regarding adherence of patients to treatment and efficacy of treatment. In this study, patients with RF who are older than 21 years will be collected from a compu...

Apatinib Combined With Chemotherapy for NSCLC Patients Without T790M Mutation

At present, with the increasing intensities of the tobacco industry and air pollution in China, the incidence and mortality of lung cancer have become the most important issue that threatens human health.Over the past two decades, the treatment of EGFR+ NSCLC is molecular target therapy (EGFR-TKI). However, only about 30 percent patients with T790M mutation could accept 3rd generation of EGFR-TKI(AZD9291) , most of the patients with progressive disease statuses still stays in...

Vitamin E and Male Infertility

The goal of this study is to determine whether there is a correlation between the levels of Vitamin E in sperm and sperm DNA fragmentation. Previous research has shown that damage to the DNA in sperm may cause infertility or increase the chances of miscarriage, if the damage is extensive (eg. present in the overwhelming majority of sperm). Some studies suggest that DNA damage can be caused by oxidative stress. Antioxidants, such as Vitamin E, which are present in some foods, c...

GI Consequences Economic Evaluation

An estimated 90,000 patients are suffering from long term gastrointestinal problems after cancer treatments, and whilst the National Cancer Survivorship Initiative have been working to develop specific pathways of care, these pathways lack in both specialised tariff funding and awareness. This study aims to assess the economic and personal impact on patients suffering from stomach and/or bowel problems after cancer treatment prior to referral to the Gastrointestinal and Nutriti...

Impact of Reduced Cannabis Use on Functional Outcomes

Nearly 20 million Americans report use of cannabis in the past month, and heavy cannabis use has increased by nearly 60% in the U.S. since 2007. Heavy cannabis use is associated with lower educational attainment, reduced physical activity, and increased rates of addiction, unemployment, and neuropsychological deficits. Studies by the lab and others suggest that cannabis use is also associated with increased mental health symptoms and suicidal and nonsuicidal self-injury. In add...

Cynara Scolymus Extract for Treatment of Diabetes Mellitus Type 2

Edible parts of the artichoke plant (Cynara cardunculus, Cynara scolymus) are traditionally known in folk-medicine for lipid lowering and choleretic effects. Furthermore, antidiabetic effects are described. In the past year's research attributed health promoting effects to the main active compounds chlorogenic acid, luteolin and apigenin. Present literature indicates potential antidiabetic effects by different mechanisms like downregulation of gluconeogenesis, increased GLP-1 s...

The Epidemiological Study on Psychiatric Disorders and Psychotropic Drugs

During the past decade, the dramatic change in patterns of both psychiatric diagnoses and prescription of psychotropic agents has been noted since the introduction of newer antidepressant drugs. In the meantime, suicide has been recognized as a major public health problem all over the world. Research efforts have hence been spent in exploring the interrelationships between suicide rates and prescription of antidepressant drugs (as a proxy for the treatment of depression). Howev...

Patients and Their Caregivers Require More Leave From Work Than Anticipated Following Outpatient Orthopedic Surgery

As the healthcare climate in the United States continues to change, there is a trend towards providing effective care in a fiscally conservative manner. Central to this strategy is the shift towards increasing ambulatory surgical procedures from surgeries requiring post-operative admission for patients. While savings to hospitals and third-party payers are implied, there may be an unrecognized increase in financial, physical, and psychosocial post-operative costs to patients ...

Virtual Reality Exposure Therapy for Speech Anxiety Using Commercial Hardware and Software

Virtual Reality Exposure Therapy (VRET) is an efficacious treatment of fear and anxiety, but because of the high financial costs and technical complexity of the past generation of VR hardware, there has been no large-scale implementation of this promising treatment. The present study will investigate whether off-the-shelf, commercial VR hardware and software can be used as stimuli material to conduct in-session exposure therapy for speech anxiety. The study will recruit n=25+25...

Cancer Driving Mutations in Endometriosis Lesions and Development of Progesterone Resistance

This study will test the hypothesis that the molecular changes present in ectopic endometriosis lesions correlate with progesterone-resistant disease (using the criteria defined in this study) and are present in matched eutopic endometrium.

Midazolam Versus Dexamethasone-ondansetron in Preventing Postoperative Nausea-vomiting for Laparoscopic Surgeries

Postoperative nausea and vomiting(PONV) affects 11 to 60 % of patients undergoing surgery and is a major cause of postoperative morbidity. Risk factors include female gender, non smokers, postoperative use of opioids and a past history of PONV. The modified Apfel risk score is used to identify patients at risk for PONV. PONV prophylaxis is provided intraoperatively to patients with 2 or more risk factors. In spite of numerous drugs available, control of PONV remains a difficult...

Levonorgestrel Intrauterine System and Adenomyosis

Adenomyosis is defined when the endometrial tissue (gland and stroma) is present within the myometrium . The depth of endometrial penetration which uses in diagnosis of adenomyosis not yet agreed; opinions range from one high power field to 25% of the myometrial thickness. It is a common condition in women aged 40-50 years and is considered an important cause of dysmenorrhea and menorrhagia in around 65 % of cases. Until past few years; hysterectomy was the suggested definitiv...

Clinical Longevity of Ceramic Laminate Veneers

Rationale: Survival rates of teeth with laminate veneers were reported to have more marginal caries and discoloration when existing restorations are present. However in these studies no conditioning of the existing restorations was performed. Objective: This study evaluate the survival rate of ceramic laminate veneers bonded to teeth with and without existing composite restorations Study design: Prospectief Cohort research Study population: the participants received laminate v...

Evaluating the Effects of Stress in Pregnancy

This study will evaluate pregnant women with a past or current diagnosis of depression or anxiety to gain a better understanding of how these disorders can affect an infant's development, both during and after pregnancy.

Phase II Trial for Patients Not Qualifying for TT4 and TT5 Protocols Because of Prior Therapy (No Prior Transplant)

There have been four previous Total Therapy (TT1 through IIIB) studies for multiple myeloma at the MIRT from 1989 to present. Results have shown that participants treated on these studies had better outcomes (meaning they have lived longer and had better responses to treatment) when compared to individuals treated with standard chemotherapy. Past studies conducted at the MIRT have shown that participants presenting to MIRT who have already received treatment for myeloma tend ...

Effect of Colchicine in Patients With Myocardial Infarction

Over the past years, a substantial volume of evidence has accumulated identifying inflammatory processes as key mediators of the deleterious effects of ischemia/reperfusion-related phenomena in patients presenting with ST-segment-elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI). Nevertheless, equally impressive is the lack of clinically applicable therapeutic strategies that could mitigate these processes, thus providing significant cardioprotection. Despite the well-known fact that inf...


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