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Tuesday 20th August 2019

Examining Validity and Sensitivity of Pressure-Mediated Reflection Spectroscopy

The central goal of this proposal is to examine validity and sensitivity of RS-assessed skin carotenoid status as a marker of F&V intake in a racially and ethnically diverse sample of individuals. First, investigators will examine the association (RS Device Validity) between RS-assessed skin carotenoids and the primary outcomes of objectively-measured plasma carotenoids and self-reported F&V consumption across four diverse groups: African-American/Black, Asian, White, and Hispa...


Health-circuit Evaluation as a Digital Support for the Management of Patients at Risk of Hospitalization

Background - There is a high potential for hospitalization prevention through: (i) a greater continuity of care, achieved by facilitating collaborative work among professionals at different levels of care, and (ii) improving the self-efficacy of patients. For both objectives, the support of appropriate information and communication technologies is essential. The study raises the hypothesis that an industry 4.0 system, Health-Circuit, based on communication technologies and inte...

Assessing the Effectiveness of an N-of-1 Platform Using Study of Cognitive Enhancers

The growing consumer-grade molecular and digital wellness market is generating unprecedented volumes of information to support decision-making around individual health. Current trends suggest the demand for personalized health information, tools, and services will continue to rise in the next decade. What is missing is a reliable, individualized way to turn this data into action. Dialogue around consumer health often ignores the disconnect between measurements and goals. For ex...


The Effect of Delayed Cord Clamping and Milking on the Amount of Stem Cells In Preterm

Stem cell therapies have been promising therapies in neonatal morbidities such as bronchopulmonary dysplasia, intraventricular hemorrhage and hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy. Although researchers showed those effects by several mechanisms including paracrine effect, regenerative and restorative effects, there is no obvious recommendations for the type of stem cells, dosage or the route of administration the cells. The usage of exogenous stem cells can be difficult due to techni...

The Scope of Tongue-tie in Norway: Its Prevalence and Consequences for Child Health

The study is a prospective multi-centre clinical follow-up study of prevalence and severity of tongue-tie in neonates in Norway. During one year around 2600 newborn infants will be examined for tongue-tie in the two participating hospitals. The infants diagnosed with a tongue tie, will be followed to assess the proportion of infants treated and the severity. Feeding outcomes will be observed up to 6 months of age.

SIBS-Intervention for Siblings and Parents of Children With Chronic Illness

SIBS-RCT is a randomized controlled trial comparing the effect of a 5-session group intervention for siblings and parents of children with chronic illness to 12-week waitlist. Participants randomized to waitlist will receive the intervention after waitlist. The main outcome is sibling mental health, and secondary outcomes include family communication, sibling disorder knowledge, quality of life, and adaption. Outcomes will be examined at pre-, post, 3-, 6- and 12- month follow-...

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy With and Without Enhanced Mindfulness Training for Chronic Pain

As non-pharmacological alternatives, psychosocial treatments have been recommended for chronic pain management. One such treatment is Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). ACT is a cognitive behavior therapy based on Relational Frame Theory, a comprehensive theory about language and cognition. This treatment intends to help patients identify values ("what is truly meaningful to them") and to set goals and take action according to their values. ACT has research support in the...

Digital Self-Management and Health Coaching for Type 2 Diabetes - Impact on Diabetes Clinical and Wellness Indicators

Each subject enrolled in the study will be requested to complete an intake questionnaire including diabetes quality of life questions. The subject will use Dario Blood glucose monitoring system and will be contacted by a Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE) two to three times a month as well as have a direct communication using other communication channels such as mail, chat and text messaging (SMS) for lifestyle and diabetes management coaching for a total duration of three month...

The Influence of Time-Restricted Eating in Patients Metabolic Syndrome

In a randomized controlled trial, the investigators intend to measure the health impact of TRE in patients with metabolic syndrome (with three or more of the following criteria: increased waist circumference, abnormal cholesterol levels, elevated blood pressure, or elevated blood sugar), who habitually eat for more than 14 hours every day. Patients will be randomly assigned to a control group of behavioral nutrition counseling (standard of care) or the intervention group of beh...

Ticagrelor Compared to Clopidogrel in Acute Coronary Syndromes

The McGill University Health Center (MUHC) Division of Cardiology, with funding from the Canadian Institute of Health Research, is performing this randomized controlled trial to determine which dual antiplatelet therapy (DAPT), ticagrelor + aspirin (T+A) or clopidogrel and aspirin (C+A), is the most effective and safest for our patients. While the PLATO trial reported that T+A was superior, the prespecified group of North American patients (about 1/10 of the total study sample)...

Optimal Electrical Stimulus During Electroconvulsive Therapy

Synopsis Aim: The purpose of the study is to determine the stimulus of electrical current during electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) that produces the optimal balance between antidepressant effect and memory disturbance. Specifically, this study aims to compare the 0.5 ms and 1.0 ms pulse width stimuli. Design: National, register-based randomized trial, unmasked with two treatment arms. Primary objective: To test the hypothesis that a 1.0 ms pulse width stimulus produces a...

Efficacy and Safety of Modified Gegen Qinlian Decoction for Ulcerative Colitis With Damp-heat Syndrome

Ulcerative colitis(UC) seriously affect the quality of life in patients. Clinically, it is effective to apply therapeutic method of clearing heat and promoting diuresis to the common syndrome of dampness-heat. Dysbiosis of intestinal microbiota is closely related to the immune imbalance and intestinal mucosal barrier injury. C1orf106/CYTH-1/ARF6 signal pathway, which derive from intestinal micro environment changes,is the mainly cause of intestinal mucosal barrier injury, and t...

An Urban Trail Network and Cardiovascular Disease: A Natural Experiment

Associations between the built environment and health behaviours are robust, however (1) it remains unclear if the behaviours they elicit lead to meaningful improvements in health outcomes, at the population level and (2) little experimental evidence exists supporting these associations. The primary objective of this study is to capitalize on an urban natural experiment to determine if changing the built environment to support physical activity will (1) reduce the burden of CVD...

Coordinated HEalthcare for Complex Kids

The University of Illinois Health and Health Sciences System (UI Health) developed an integrated care management quality improvement model designed to provide comprehensive care coordination for Medicaid insured minority children and young adults with chronic health conditions living in Chicago. This program, called CHECK (Coordinated HEalthcare for Complex Kids), targeted children and young adults with chronic disease.

Project REST: Regulation of Eating and Sleep Topography

Overweight/obesity and inadequate sleep are prevalent, and frequently co-occurring, health risks among children, both of which are associated with serious medical and psychosocial health complications including risk for cardiovascular disease. Although the investigator's data suggest that disrupted or shortened sleep may be causally associated with increased energy intake and weight gain in children, and with self-regulation and neural response to food cues in adults, understan...

Therapeutic Plasma Exchange in Adults Patients With Severe Sepsis

The incidence of sepsis (severe infection) has increased over the last four decades. Severe sepsis and septic shock are among the leading causes of death for patients admitted to critical care units with mortality ranging from 20-70% depending on totality of organ dysfunction. Outside of antibiotics and good bedside care, little has changed in the management of this life-threatening problem. Therapeutic plasma exchange (TPE) involves the separation of plasma from whole blood. ...

Monday 19th August 2019

ATHN 11: Liver Transplantation Outcomes Study

This study is designed as a multi-center, observational cohort study of participants with hemophilia A and B who have and have not undergone liver transplantation. Participants will be asked to complete health related quality of life questionnaires and provide medical history.

Recovery Support for Bladder Cancer Patients and Caregivers

Muscle invasive bladder cancer is a devastating disease, affecting more than 70,000 individuals per year. For many patients at that stage of their disease, the removal of the bladder and the construction of an artificial bladder or reservoir are the only treatment options. Both before and after treatment, patients and caregivers face profound challenges preparing for surgery and planning for tasks during their recovery. To aid in recovery and enhance quality of life this progra...

A Mobile Text Messaging Intervention for Indoor Tanning Addiction

The purpose of this study is to test the effects of messages communicating the risks (i.e., health harms, addictiveness) of indoor tanning delivered via mobile text messaging among young adult women ages 18 to 30 years who meet screening criteria for indoor tanning addiction.

A Mobile Health and Wellness Coaching Intervention for Weight Loss

The objective of this study was to assess the effectiveness of a 6-month text-based mobile health and wellness (mHWC) intervention, as compared to usual care (UC), for weight loss in adults. Participants were randomly assigned to one of the two groups (mHWC or UC). At the beginning of the study, both groups were given a Fitbit wearable device, and a weight scale. All participants also received a counseling session from a dietician focused on diet, physical activity, and sleep, ...

Human Milk Oligosaccharides (HMOs) Post-market Study on Infants

Human milk oligosaccharides (HMOs) represent the third largest solid component of breast milk. Technology advancements made it possible to supplement infant formulas with HMOs (2'FL, LNnT). Two published RCTs have demonstrated that infant formulas supplemented with 2'FL or 2'FL+LNnT are safe, well-tolerated, support normal grow, and may support healthy GI function and confer immune benefits. The performance of HMOs-supplemented formulas assessed in a real-world setting is compl...

The Effects of Natriuretic Peptide Augmentation on Cardiometabolic Health in African Americans

African Americans are more likely to have decreased insulin sensitivity which results in a high risk for development of cardiometabolic disease, the reasons for which are incompletely understood. Natriuretic peptides (NPs) are hormones produced by the heart that play a role in regulating the metabolic health of an individual and their low levels are an important contributor to the increased risk for diabetes. The NP levels are relatively lower among African Americans thus affec...

Sepsis at Södersjukhuset-Adherence to Treatment Guidelines

A retrospective single-center study with patients with suspected sepsis admitted to the Emergency Department at Södersjukhuset during a period of two years. The aim is to describe the association between adherence to treatment guidelines, gender, incidence and mortality for patients with sepsis.

Evaluation of Outcomes From Treatment of Benign or Malignant Pancreatic Diseases

This study will be a retrospective chart review of patients who have been diagnosed with the benign or malignant pancreatic disease under the practice of Dr. Rohan Jeyarajah, M.D., Dr. Houssam Osman M.D., and Dr. Edward Cho M.D., Sc.M. at Methodist Health System Hospital in Richardson, TX. The investigators plan to conduct an analysis of patients meeting the inclusion criteria from 2005 to present. Study will also be conducted by the PI, Sub-Is, surgery fellows, office staff an...

Be a Mom: Effectiveness of an eHealth Intervention for Promoting Maternal Mental Health

Be a mom (a web-based cognitive-behavioral intervention) is being tested in another trial as a preventive intervention in the postpartum period (NCT03024645). However, given its content and the focus on developing and strengthening psychological resources, it is important to understand if Be a Mom is also effective in promoting maternal mental health of postpartum women who are not at risk of developing postpartum depression. Thus, the main goal of this research is to apply and...


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