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Creating a Patient-centered Report Card for Solid Organ Transplant Candidates

Choosing a transplant center that will accept a particular candidate can be difficult and challenging for patients with end-stage organ failure. As transplant centers have varying levels of expertise, interests, and outcomes of solid organ transplant, patient health-related characteristics influence the variation in candidates centers will accept. Most transplant candidates undergo waitlist work-ups as outpatients and many undergo transplant at centers not closest to their home...

How Does Gabapentin Affects Post-operative Tonsillectomy Pain?

Gabapentin is a medicine that has been used in adults (but not yet in children) to treat pain after surgery. In children it has been used for many years to treat other conditions and has been shown to be very safe. Removal of tonsils is a common operation with each child experiencing a similar pattern of pain; this makes it good for looking at the effect of pain relieving medicines. In our study each child will get the same operation and medicines, as they would have normally....

Sedation Versus No Sedation in a Spontaneous Breathing Trial

An important part of how we decide when a patient is ready to have their breathing tube removed is to have a person breathe without any machine breaths while the breathing tube is still in place. We call this a spontaneous breathing trial. Commonly, while patients have the breathing tube, they are given medications to keep them sedated and comfortable so breathing does not bother them. These medicines are often stopped before the spontaneous breathing trial so they can be more...

Implementation and Evaluation of RESCUR

This research program aims to investigate the implementation and effects of a theoretical promising prevention method developed in a European research collaboration within a Comenius project (2012-2015) between 6 European universities (in Malta, Italy, Greece, Croatia, Portugal and Sweden) with the purpose of enhancing European children's resilience. RESCUR in Sweden is a RCT study of the Resilience Curriculum (RESCUR) that is taking place in Sweden 2017-2019. The Swedish name...

HEAD-US SCORING SYSTEM: Assessment of the Real-world Impact of Ultrasound

Ultrasound represents a promising technique for the assessment of joint health in persons with haemophilia (PWH) by non-imaging specialists. The Haemophilia Early Arthropathy Detection with Ultrasound (HEAD-US) programme has been developed with the aim of integrating joint ultrasound in the routine assessment of PWH through the use of a simplified scoring system. The inter-operator reliability of the technique among European haemophilia treaters has been validated and described...

Therapeutic Vaccination Followed by Treatment Interruption in HIV Infected Patients

The aim of this trial is to find out if immune responses to HIV can be boosted in individuals who start medicines soon after being infected. If immune responses can be boosted to the virus, this may allow the body to control HIV without the need for medications. This study is designed to test a new strategy for boosting immune responses to HIV and to evaluate if these responses allow people to have control of HIV without medicines.

Reducing Prescription Opioid Misuse: ROPEs Pilot Trial

This is a randomized controlled pilot trial to establish methodological feasibility and determine whether a web-based, continuing dental education intervention regarding opioid prescribing risk mitigation strategies - consistent with ADA guidelines - produces pre-to-post changes in knowledge, motivation, and behavioral skills pertaining to the use of risk mitigation strategies when prescribing opioids in dental practice. The current study involves completion of a self-report pr...

Intervening Factors in Tooth Color Assessment

The aim of this study is to evaluate the influence of several factors (light, extrinsic stain removal and operator's experience) in tooth color assessment. Tooth color will be assessed by two different operators with visual shade guides under standardized light conditions and using a light correcting device (Smile Lite) or with a dental spectrophotometer in human subjects. Color measurement will be made before and 1 week after dental prophylaxis.

Commonly Used Medicines On Neonatal Units in the UK

This retrospective analysis of drug utilisation data aims to study the patterns of use of medicines in neonatal units in the UK from 2010 to 2017. Prescribing drugs in neonates can be complex and the application of pharmacotherapy principles can be challenging due to the lack of licenced formulations and limited evidence-base for indications, dosing and/or adverse events. A systematic review of drug utilisation pattern in neonatal units in different health care settings identif...

European Registry of Cardiac Arrest Study Two

This study will evaluated the epidemiology and the outcome of patients suffering out-of-hospital cardiac arrest in 27 european nations. The special focus in the EuReCa TWO study is on bystander CPR.

Automated Diabetes Registry Tools to Enhance Patient Self-Management and Provider Performance Feedback

Can we improve diabetes outcomes through 1) report card mailings to patients 2) point of care distribution of report cards to patients and 3) provider performance feedback with patient level data?

(Mol-SHARE) Molecular Study of Health Assessment and Risk in Ethnic Groups

The purpose of this study is to directly compare the body composition, body fat distribution, and morphological and functional features of adipose tissue and skeletal muscle between South Asians and European Caucasians.

Safety and Immunogenicity of an Intramuscular Pandemic Influenza Vaccine in Adults and the Elderly

Based on the results from a previous formulation/dosage ranging trial, this phase II multicenter, open trial was designed to determine the safety and immunogenicity of two vaccine formulation/dosages with and without adjuvant 21 days after each vaccination in adults (18 to 60 years and in the elderly (> 60 years) as required by the European Medicines Agency (EMEA) guideline. The antibody persistence until the booster vaccination at 6 or 12 months will also be evaluated.

BEing Safe in Treatment

Prior research has shown that many individuals with substance use disorders engage in HIV/sexual risk behaviors, and could strongly benefit from HIV prevention interventions that were delivered as part of their substance abuse treatment. However, discussions about sexual risk are not occurring at an appropriate frequency in treatment settings. This project will test the effects of counselor training and coaching, combined with a brief assessment and feedback tool, on counselor-...

Corticosteroids in Postoperative Critically Ill Neonates With Low Cardiac Output Syndrome With Congenital Heart Disease

Babies having heart surgery often have problems after surgery with their blood pressure and getting enough blood to their bodies. To treat this they require medicines to keep their blood pressure high enough to get blood to their bodies. The side effects of these medicines include fast heart rates and increasing the amount of work the heart has to do. Corticosteroids are made by the body and help to use the energy in the food people eat, control the chemicals in their blood a...

A Randomized Controlled Trial to Improve Medication Compliance Among Patients With Coronary Heart Disease

Coronary heart disease (CHD) is the most common cause of death in the United States. A common term for CHD is "blocked arteries." People with CHD or "blocked arteries" often have high blood pressure, high cholesterol, or diabetes. They are also more likely to suffer a heart attack. Many heart attacks could be prevented by taking medicines that control blood pressure, cholesterol, and diabetes. However, only 50%-60% of patients take their medicines as directed. Patients wh...

Spanish Adaptation and Study of Reliability of the European Quality Questionnaire (EuroQ2)

The aim of this study is to adapt and validate to the Spanish the European Quality Questionnaire (EuroQ2) to evaluate families' experiences of quality of care for critically ill and dying patients in the ICU.

Cystic Fibrosis Withdrawal of Inhaled Steroids Evaluation Study (CF WISE Study)

The overall aim of this study is to find out whether taking regular inhaled steroids (eg Pulmicort, Flixotide, Becotide, Becloforte) is good for the lungs of children and adults with cystic fibrosis (CF). Some patients are put on inhaled steroids because they are wheezy despite taking regular bronchodilators (inhaled medicines that help open up the airways eg Ventolin, Bricanyl). Occasionally young children are put on them when they wheeze with colds, and have simply rem...

European Survey of Non-Variceal Upper Gastro Intestinal Bleeding (NVUGIB)

The aim of this study is to assess the current management strategies in a pan-European "real-life" setting to uncover the unmet need in this area: non-variceal gastrointestinal bleedings.

Influence of Data Collection Mode on Self-Report Validity of Asthma Therapy Adherence

This study will examine how the assessment mode influences the validity of self-reported adherence to asthma therapy. Self-reported adherence to asthma therapy data will be collected using one of three randomized assessment modes (interview, computer, or telephone).


Acute stroke management represents a true medical emergency that requires prompt diagnosis and urgent treatment. In a previous exhaustive cohort study conducted in the Rhône region, France (AVC69) the investigators observed that only a small percentage of patients could access to thrombolysis in time. In this cohort of 1306 patients treated in one of the emergency department of the Rhone region for a suspected stroke, 84% of patients reached hospital through an emergency depar...

Bioequivalence Study of Daclatasvir From Daktavira 60 mg Film Coated Tablets ( European Egyptian Pharmaceutical Industries, Egypt) Versus Daklinza 60 mg Tablets (Bristol-Myers Squibb Pharma, UK)

An open label randomized, single dose, two-way crossover bioequivalence study to determine the bioequivalence of Daclatasvir from Daktavira 60 mg film coated tablets ( European Egyptian Pharmaceutical Industries, Egypt) versus Daklinza 60 mg tablets (Bristol-Myers Squibb Pharma, UK) in Healthy Human Volunteers Under Fasting Condition

Locating Nociceptive Stimuli on Digital Body Chart

Digital body charts are used to assess the pain experience in people with pain. People are asked to report their pain by shading a human body template on a digital tablet. The aim of this study is to investigate whether people with chronic low back pain, compared to healthy volunteers, consistently locate on a digital body chart all nociceptive stimuli induced in the lumbar region.

Pain Evaluation and Treatment

This study offers evaluation and treatment for patients with a spectrum of acute and chronic pain syndromes. The protocol is not designed to test new treatments; rather, patients will receive current standard of care treatments. The purposes of the study are: 1) to allow physicians in NIDCR's Pain and Neurosensory Mechanisms Branch to gain more knowledge about treating acute and chronic pain and possibly identify new avenues of research in this area; and 2) to establish a poo...

National Bank Alzheimer

The Alzheimer's disease (MY) is a major problem of public health. The French National Database Alzheimer ( BNA) registers(records) all the medical acts made by units of memory(report) and of independent specialists in France. In 2008, the national Plan Alzheimer 2008 - 2012 had for objective to strengthen the search(research) on the Alzheimer's disease (MY) and for related disorders(confusions), to promote an early diagnosis and to improve at the same time the management of th...

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