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Tuesday 21st November 2017

Welfare, Wellbeing and Demographic Change: Understanding Welfare Models

The EMMY Project is an interdisciplinary and mixed methods comparative study on impact of welfare systems on mental wellbeing among the oldest old in Finland, Italy, Norway and Spain, including aspects such as equity, social inclusion, empowerment and participation. The project will delineate the concept of mental wellbeing at old age by qualitative methods, and will dissect the links between welfare systems and mental wellbeing by quantitative methods. It will support exchang...


Using Gum Arabic for Cancer Patients to Protect From Oral Mucositis Caused by Chemotherapy: ِِِAn Experimental Study

This study was designed to investigate the effect of Gum Arabic (GA) on cancer patients to prevent chemotherapy-induced oral mucositis. Cancer patients who will receive chemotherapy were divided into two groups; study "Gum Arabic" group (which received GA with chemotherapy) and control group (chemotherapy alone); and the participants were recruited to reach 190 patients in the study group and 184 patients in control group. This clinical trial was conducted in outpatient chemoth...

Pilot Study Comparing Ventilation Modes During CPR With Mechanical Compression Device.

Comparison of three ventilation modes (volume controlled, BIPAP and CPAP) during cardiopulmonary re-suscitation with a mechanical compression device in the emergency room. Primary aim is to assess mean ventilation volume in the first 15 minutes after randomization.


[18F]-F13640 as a New Brain Radiopharmaceutical

This clinical assay is designed to validate that [18F]F13640 as a radiotracer of 5-HT1A functional receptors. A first group of healthy subjects underwent a PET scan with arterial blood sampling to determine the kinetic model of the tracer. A second group of healthy subjects underwent a classical test-retest study (i.e two distant PET scans) to determine the reproducibility of measures.

Effect of Body Position on Spirometry in Abdominal Obesity.

Objective: Study the effect of body position on spirometry in obese patients as defined by waist to hip ratio (WHR) of greater than 0.85 in women, and 0.9 in men Background: Spirometry is routinely ordered to work up dyspnea in obesity. The most common abnormality is a restrictive disease pattern. The underlying mechanisms of this pattern are not completely understood. One plausible explanation is diaphragmatic weakness or skeletal muscle weakness. The change in forced vital c...

Facial Asymmetrical Clinical Evaluation Study

The primary objective of this study is to create digital 3D images of subjects using a Canfield VECTRA H1 digital imaging system and compile a medical, skin/sun exposure and sunscreen use, and skin care product history for a large number of subjects. This data will allow for image and statistical analysis to determine if facial volume loss is greater on one side, and what factors may be causing this. The data collected will also serve as a database for future lines of inquiry ...

Verapamil for Neuroprotection in Stroke

The purpose of this research study is to test an experimental procedure called intra-arterial delivery of verapamil in patients diagnosed with acute ischemic stroke. This study investigates the safety of intra-arterial delivery of verapamil, a drug used to treat vasospasm (spasm of a blood vessel), and how it affects recovery from stroke. Recruitment is limited to patients that have received mechanical thrombectomy as standard of care.

Study in Huntington's Disease Patients Who Participated in Prior Investigational Studies of ISIS 443139

This study will test the safety, tolerability, pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of IONIS-HTTRx administered intrathecally to adult patients with Huntington's Disease.

First Trimester Screening for Preeclampsia and Intrauterine Growth RestrIction Using Three Dimensional Doppler Angiography (SPIRIT)

Introduction: Preeclampsia (PE) and intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR) are two major pregnancy complications, related to a chronic utero-placental hypoperfusion. Nowadays, there isn't a screening or diagnostic test in clinic for utero-placental vascularization deficiency. Since 2004, 3D Power Doppler angiography has been used for the evaluation of utero-placental vascularisation and three vascular indices have been calculated: the vascularisation index (VI), flow index (FI)...

Effect of Oral Phloroglucin (Flospan®) as Premedication of Non-sedative Diagnostic Esophagogastroduodenoscopy

Gastric peristalsis, which occurs during the endoscopic procedure, limits the visual inspection of the inspection field, causing interference in the inspection. The actual endoscopic examination is most commonly used by injecting Hyoscine butylbromide(Buscopan®), Cimetropium bromide (Algiron ®) into intravenous or muscular injection so it is not suitable for patients who undergo non-sedative esophagogastroduodenoscopy. In addition, these drugs were reported the side effects i...

Durability of Double-gloving With Biogel® Surgical Gloves When Used by Clinicians/Surgeons

A prospective open-label study design was chosen because it will provide the most accurate data on the efficacy of four commercially available similar brands of NRL (natural rubber latex) and synthetic latex surgical gloves when they are used for surgeries in a clinical setting. The primary endpoint will be the overall failure rate of the Biogel® sterile surgical undergloves (device) compared to undergloves from Ansell, Medline, and Cardinal brands of surgical gloves. The seco...

Study of the Reversibility of Vigilance Dysfunction at 6 Months of Continuous Positive Airways Pressure (CPAP) in Patients With Obstructive Sleep Apnea/Hypopnea Syndrome (OSAHS)

It is a monocentric prospective pilot study in Poitiers University Hospital, specifically analyzing the vigilance disorders in the Obstructive Sleep Apnea Hypopnea Syndrome (OSAHS) and their reversibility after 6 months of Continuous positive airways pressure (CPAP). All subjects were administered a test of vigilance (Test of Attentional Performance) both before and after the 6 months of CPAP. The main objective is the study of the reversibility of alertness disorders on the ...

Estriol and Trimegestone Dose-response Trial With Single Dose Application of Vaginal Rings

This clinical trial is performed as proof of pharmacological action investigation by demonstration of ovulation inhibition (dose-response study) under treatment with three Test vaginal rings releasing varying doses of estriol (E3) and trimegestone (TMG). Blood samples for determination of estradiol (E2) and progesterone (PG) levels will serve as pharmacodynamic surrogate parameters for characterization of the treatment effect on the endogenous hormones. Blood samples fo...

The Effects of Exercise Training in Vascular Function of Patients Living With HIV

Introduction: It is well known that the infection caused by the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) is associated to a higher cardiovascular event risk. On the other hand, it is clear that the aerobic exercise training induces improvements in autonomic control and vascular function, through increases in vasodilator agents and blood vessels number. However, the investigators could not find previous works that studied the microvascular function in response to exercise training in ...

The Effect of Different Drugs in the Prevention of Tooth Sensitivity Caused by Tooth Bleaching Treatment.

Background: The administration of the intra-oral drugs was not capable of reducing this side effect, maybe the use of two analgesics may to present better analgesic effect to avoid the bleaching-induced tooth sensitivity (TS). Methods: A triple-blind, parallel-randomized clinical trial was conducted with 114 health patients who received either a placebo or an association of ketorolac tromethamine/acetaminophen. The first doses of two analgesic (Acetaminophen 750 mg/ Ketorolac T...

Early Versus Late CRRT in ACLF Patients With Septic Shock and AKI

Consecutive patients with ACLF (Acute on Chronic Liver Failure) and septic shock with AKI (Acute Kidney Injury) who give written informed consent will be included in this prospective trial at ILBS. At baseline s, endotoxin levels, NT-Pro BNP, , urine N-GAL will be done for all patients. A 10 ml serum sample will be stored for doing a cytokine profile. Septic shock will be defined by the presence of two or more diagnostic criteria for the systemic inflammatory response syndrome,...

Combining Acceptance and Commitment Therapy With Exposure and Response Prevention to Enhance Treatment Engagement

The aim of the study was to evaluate whether integrating Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) with Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) increases the acceptability, tolerability, and adherence with ERP techniques relative to ERP without ACT. Fifty-eight adults with a DSM-IV diagnosis of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) received 16 twice-weekly sessions (2 hours per session) of either ERP with the inclusion of ACT techniques (ERP+ACT; n = 30) or ERP alone (n = 28). Asses...

PET-MRI Assessment of Early Tumor Response to Predict Outcomes of HPV-Positive Oropharynx Cancer Patients

This proposal explores the novel hypothesis that the variability in outcomes within the Intermediate Risk(IR) HPV-positive Oropharynx Squamous Cell Carcinoma(OPSCC) cohort can be exploited to identify a subpopulation that exhibits outcomes similar to Low Risk (LR) HPV-positive Oropharynx Squamous Cell Carcinoma and therefore would be appropriate candidates for radiation dose de-escalation approaches. Current literature using PET, CT, and MRI as single imaging modalities have id...

SafERteens M-Coach

This study will use a SMART (Sequential, Multiple Assignment Randomized Trial) design to optimize adaptive interventions (AIs) for adolescents reporting alcohol misuse and violent behaviors. The study will test the efficacy of state-of-the-art adaptive intervention delivery approaches (text messaging, remote therapy) for reducing alcohol use and violent behaviors among urban teens. Given the morbidly/mortality associated with alcohol use and violence, this study will have signi...

Glutamatergic Modulation to Facilitate the Behavioral Treatment of Cocaine Use Disorders

Changes in the communication of glutamate from one brain structure to another are important in the development of therapy for cocaine use disorders. Our preliminary investigations suggest that drugs that affect glutamate exchange may be effective at promoting and maintaining individuals' abstinence from cocaine. The purpose of this randomized, double-blind, controlled trial is to test various glutamate modulators in conjunction with motivational enhancement therapy (MET) and mi...

Pre-operative Blood Lipid Level and Post-operative MACE

Whether the pre-operative blood lipid level and post-operative cardiovascular events is associated is unknown. Our study is to find out the main blood lipid and relative protein level change and the post-operative cardiovascular events occurrence.

The Effect of Glycaemic Index Variation on Blood Glucose and Mood in Healthy Participants Across the Day

This study provided 24 healthy subjects with two diets that varied in their glycaemic index values. One condition was a low GI diet, whilst the other was a high GI diet. Glucose concentrations and mood were measured throughout each test day.

Blood Test for Early Detection of Breast Cancer Using TM-B1

Blood samples from a total of 200 women in two cohorts will be collected and analyzed by TM-B1 assay, which is based on TBIA (Total Biochemical Infrared Analysis) to confirm the presence of cancer. These two cohorts will yield 75 healthy women with no pathological findings, 75 women diagnosed as having benign breast tumor and 50 women diagnosed as having breast cancer.

Core Stability Measures as a Risk Factor for the Development of Lower Extremity Injuries in Physical Education Students

Male and female physical education students were subjected to a clinical test battery comprised of valid and reliable tests to measure different aspects of core stability at the start of the study. After a period of 2 months testing, the injury registration procedure started with the use of an online injury registration platform and regular call back moments. After 2 years of injury registration, all data was gathered and will be analysed statistically to link the measured core...

Study of Low Carbohydrate Enteral Nutrition in Patients With Bacterial Septic Shock

This pilot study aims to test the tolerability of low-carbohydrate enteral nutrition in patients with bacterial septic shock.


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