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Can Epimutations be Inherited? How to Manage Patients With Imprinting-related Diseases Who Wish to Become Parents

Like genetic mutations, DNA methylation anomalies or epimutations can disrupt gene expression and lead to human diseases. However, unlike genetic mutations, epimutations can in theory be reverted through developmental epigenetic re-programing, which should limit their transmission across generations. Following the request for a parental project of a patient diagnosed with Silver-Russell syndrome (SRS), and the availability of both somatic and spermatozoa DNA from the pro...


Effectiveness of Picture Exchange Communication System on Gingival Health of Children With Autism Spectrum Disorders

The Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) is a communication system for children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). The aim of this study was to assess the effect of a PECS-based tooth-brushing program on gingival health in children with ASD and assess parents' perception of PECS. This was a prospective interventional study. Using PECS as a pictures/cards series showing a structured tooth-brushing method, 37 children with ASD (31 males, 6 females) (average age 9.49±4...

Improving Assessment (and Ultimately Outcomes) of Permanent Prostate Implant Therapy

Permanent prostate implants are a type of radiation therapy in which a high dose of radiation is delivered to cancerous tissue by many small radioactive "seeds". Studies of early-stage prostate cancer patients treated in this way and followed for 10 - 12 years indicate a cure rate of about 80%. This result is similar to surgery and other forms of radiotherapy, but comes with fewer side effects and greater convenience for the patient. Further studies show that the radiation do...


Investigating the Use of a Positive Parenting Programme to Improve Treatment Adherence in Cystic Fibrosis

Cystic fibrosis (CF) is an illness that makes the lungs clog up with sticky mucus. There is no cure and so treatments are used to help make the illness easier to live with. The treatment can take lots of time and can feel not very nice sometimes. When children with CF become teenagers they need to learn to take charge of their treatment. This can be difficult. Teenagers with CF want to fit in with friends and can become more upset about their illness. Their parents have to lear...

Measuring Practice Pattern Changes and Clinical Utility of a Novel Test for Preeclampsia

This study will collect high-quality data on how practicing obstetricians across the U.S. currently manage patients showing signs and/or symptoms of preeclampsia and how the results of Progenity's test change clinical decision making. To do so, this study leverages simulated patient cases called Clinical Performance and Value vignettes (CPVs) in a proven methodology to rapidly measure physician care decisions.

Prostate Cancer Symptom Management for Low Literacy Men

This study will compare a newly-developed patient education program to help men with localized prostate cancer manage treatment-related side-effects versus usual care. The new intervention will be developed for men with lower health literacy. That means that the education materials will be developed for sixth grade reading level or lower. The materials will include lots of examples and illustrations to make it easier for people understand the information.

Evaluation of Immunobiogram® as a Tool in Adjustment of Immunosuppressant Therapy for Renal Transplant

The trial is an observational, multi-center study to determine if a new blood test (Immunobiogram®) done after renal transplant can help predict how well the immune system is working and responding to a new kidney. These blood tests could, in the future, potentially guide how doctors manage patient's anti-rejection medication.

PATIENT VOICES Integration of Systematic Assessment of Patient Reported Outcomes Within Clinical Oncology Practice

Listening to "patient voices" in terms of symptoms, emotional status, satisfaction with care and information received, represents a major shift in medicine. It is in fact crucial in medical decision making and patient empowerment, especially in cancer care. Patient Reported Outcomes Measures (PROMs) and in particular electronically assessed PROMS (ePROMS), have been identified as potentially effective tools to systematically gather patient voices. Despite international extensi...

Safety Study of Etripamil Nasal Spray for Patients With Paroxysmal Supraventricular Tachycardia.

NODE-303 is a multi-center, open label (OL) study to evaluate the safety of etripamil NS in patients with Paroxysmal Supraventricular Tachycardia (PSVT). Patients will be provided with an ambulatory Cardiac Monitoring System (CMS) to help document PSVT episodes. The CMS will be self-applied by the patient, when PSVT symptoms begin. Patients will self-administer etripamil NS if vagal maneuver is ineffective. After an episode of PSVT where drug is administered, the patient will r...

Shape Up Somerville: Eat Smart Play Hard

Community-based environmental approach to obesity prevention targeting first, second, and third grade students in Somerville, MA.

Optimizing Acute Post-Operative Dental Pain Management Using New Health Information Technology

The investigators seek to implement a dental patient reported outcomes system using mobile phone and text messaging to target the over-reliance on pre-emptively prescribed opioids by dental providers. If successful, this project will help dentists actively track and manage their patients' pain after hours and enhance the overall care experience.

Effectiveness of Energy Resonance by Skin Stimulation in the Management of Anxious Patients Who Require Scheduled Orthopaedic Surgery

The need for a surgical procedure may cause a patient to experience reactive anxiety. This reaction is appropriate if it is of low to moderate intensity. On the other hand, various studies have shown that postoperative awakening is more complicated if the patient experiences major preoperative anxiety. Thus, reducing anxiety could be a tool for preventing chronic pain. For several years now, the investigator's facility has been implementing Energy Resonance through Cutan...

RAND Center of Excellence for the Study of Appropriateness of Care in CAM

The RAND approach to appropriateness makes it feasible to take the best of what is known from research and apply it—using the expertise of experienced clinicians—over the wide range of patients and presentations seen in real-world clinical practice. The major limitation of the RAND approach, however, is that it still utilizes a limited definition of appropriateness; one that relies heavily on safety, efficacy and effectiveness. Until now the RAND method has not included pat...

Distant Delivery of a Mindfulness-based Intervention for People Affected by Parkinson's Disease

Psychological difficulties, especially depression and anxiety are the most prevalent non-motor symptoms in Parkinson's Disease (PD). Pharmacological treatments are not as effective in PD. Mindfulness courses have received increased popularity and recognition as an effective way to manage emotional states, and there is ever growing findings of the effectiveness of mindfulness courses for people with long-term medical conditions. Two small pilot studies have indicated that mindfu...

Partnering With Family Members to Prevent, Detect and Manage Delirium in Critically Ill Patients.

Almost half of critically ill patients experience delirium. Delirium is associated with impaired cognition, mortality, and increased healthcare costs. Family members of critically ill patients are also at risk for adverse consequences such as depression and anxiety. One strategy that may help improve outcomes is to engage family members in the prevention, detection, and management of delirium. This study will employ an educational module to educate families on delirium symptom...

Atrial Fibrillation at the Viennese University Emergency Department

The results of this study could imply that a atrial fibrillation registry, as a tool for structured diagnosis and therapy in patients with atrial fibrillation, may improve patient care for this rapidly growing population.

A Study to Assess the Feasibility of an E-Health System (ZEMY) Designed to Manage Symptoms in Participants With Breast Cancer Under Anti-Cancer Treatment

This is a three-month open-label, multicenter, interventional, single arm study located in France, designed to assess feasibility and reliability of the e-Health ZEMY software medical device under investigation for use by participants with breast cancer, who are starting an anti-cancer treatment at any stage of the disease, to manage disease symptoms and anti-cancer treatment-related toxicities while at home.

Group Medical Visits in Heart Failure

The primary goal of this proposal is to improve the quality of care and outcomes for patients discharged with heart failure using an innovative multidisciplinary group intervention approach. Heart failure is a complex chronic illness where comprehensive patient-centered care is difficult and resource intensive. One potential solution is to use shared medical appointments (SMA), where a multi-disciplinary team of providers with expertise in nutrition, nursing, behavior and ...

Exercising With Anxiety: Can Cognitive Behavioural Techniques Help People With Anxiety-related Disorders Exercise More?

Anxiety-related disorders such as panic disorder, social anxiety disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, and posttraumatic stress disorder are among the most prevalent mental health disorders affecting Canadian adults. Lack of access to evidence-based treatments prevents many people with high levels of anxiety from receiving appropriate care. Evidence shows that exercise is an alternative option for alleviating anxiety that could be appealing to individuals with high levels of ...

A Feasibility Study to Test if Adding Patient Decision Aids to Screening for Eligibility for Surgery Decreases Unnecessary Referrals for Total Joint Replacement

Ministries of Health consider wait lists for total joint replacement a top priority. Research priorities to manage wait lists indicate the need to establish benchmarks that consider patient preferences. However, patients' preferences for hip or knee replacements are strongly associated with their misperceptions of the indicators for, and the risks and benefits of, these procedures. These misperceptions can be corrected with the use of patient decision aids. When decision aids a...

Point of Care Ultrasound Measurements of Perioperative Edema in Infants With Congenital Heart Disease

Babies can be born with heart problems and sometimes need a heart surgery to fix the heart problem. Heart surgery can cause swelling from the build-up of extra fluid. Swelling can make it harder for babies to breath and has to be treated with medicine called diuretics. Swelling is hard to measure in babies, so it can be hard to know how much diuretic they need to treat the swelling. The investigators are looking for a better way to measure swelling in babies who have had heart ...

It's More Than a Nudge

There is strong consensus - based on robust randomized trial data - that routine pre-operative (pre-op) testing for cataract surgery is inappropriate. Yet despite these widely endorsed evidence-based recommendations, most seniors undergoing cataract surgery still receive unnecessary blood testing, EKGs, and chest X-rays (CXRs); another substantial percentage even undergo non-indicated cardiac stress tests. A quality improvement initiative will integrate a 3-pronged behavioral e...

Serum Biomarkers to Characterize the Effects of Therapy on Ovarian Reserve in Premenopausal Women With Early-stage Breast Cancer or BRCA Mutations

The purpose of this study is to see how the cancer treatment affects the ovaries. Cancer treatment can make it hard for a person to conceive a child in the future. It may also bring on early menopause. We will check blood levels of hormones that the ovaries produce. We will do this before, during, and after the cancer treatment. We will also ask the patient to fill out questionnaires about their menstrual cycle (periods) and information about your health and pregnancies. This m...

Clinical Validation of Tele-stethoscope System Digital

Acute respiratory infections and other respiratory and cardiology diseases like COPD or heart failure are important causes of morbidity and mortality around the world. Telemedicine is defined as the delivery of health care and the sharing of medical knoledge over distances using telecommunication systems. Inexpensive techologies offer the possibility of a direct, real-time connection between the patient or the other end. These technologies help to the physicians to manage diffe...

Cediranib and Olaparib in Combination for Recurrent Ovarian or Triple-Negative Breast Cancer

There are two parts to this study. The first part of this research study has the purpose of determining the safety of the combination of the two drugs cediranib and olaparib and the highest doses of these two drugs that can be given in combination to people safely. Cediranib is a drug that may help keep cancer cells from growing by affecting their blood supply. Olaparib is a drug that may stop cancer cells from growing abnormally. These drugs have been used in other research...


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