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An Upgrading of the Resuscitative Patterns by Utilization of the Balanced Crystalloids and Synthetic Colloids and the Non-Invasive Hemodynamic Monitoring During Burn Shock

Fluid Therapy Lithium Dilution Cardiac Output (LIDCO) controlled trial in BURNS (FACT in BURNS) is a prospective randomized multicentric study. Introduction: The goal of this trial is the verification, optional upgrading and optimizing of the resuscitative patterns in light of the new generation of balanced crystalloids and colloids and, by utilization the non-invasive hemodynamic monitoring LIDCO.


Effects of Short-term Intensive De-escalation Therapy on Long-term Regimen Simplification in Patients With Poorly Controlled Type 2 Diabetes

Despite advances in diabetes management, many T2DM patients in China fail to achieve optimal glycemic control. One of the possible reasons is associated with the delay in therapeutic decision making that lags behind glycemic rise. We design this study and presume that using vildagliptin and metformin in combination with basal insulin as sequential treatment after intensive insulin therapy, might better modulate the dual islet hormone dysfunction than traditionally stepwise upgr...

Short Stay Unit vs Hospitalization in Acute Heart Failure

The majority of the over one million annual AHF hospitalizations originate from the emergency department. Admitting and re-admitting lower risk AHF patients who don't need prolonged hospitalization may increase their risk for poor outcomes and decrease their quality of life: Safe alternatives to hospitalization from the ED are needed. We propose a strategy-of-care, short stay unit management of AHF (i.e. less than 24 hours), will lead to improved outcomes for lower risk AHF pat...


Comparison of Lung Ultrasound and Chest Radiography for Pleural and Pulmonary Diagnosis in Pediatric Intensive Care Unit

In pediatric intensive care unit of Strasbourg, two exams are easily used for pleural and pulmonary diagnosis : chest radiography, which is the "historic" and reference exam, and commonly systematically the lung ultrasound. However, chest radiography produces radiation and is less accessible in our unit, because it depends on the radiology department. On the opposite, the lung ultrasound doesn't produce radiation, is simple, reliable, easily accessible (we have two ultr...

Autologous Stem Cells for the Treatment of No Option Critical Limb Ischemia

The trial is a phase 1b, open label, uncontrolled, non-randomized dose-escalation study of autologous bone marrow-derived MSCs. Following informed consent, patients who meet the criteria will be screened and enrolled. Up to 100 mls of bone marrow will be harvested from the participant from which MSCs will be culture expanded. In this dose escalation study, 3 participants on each cohort will be treated with a targeted dose of either 20 million hMSC; 40 million hMSC; or 80 millio...

Healthy Marriage and Responsible Fatherhood Grant Program With Phoenix House of New York

The purpose of this study is to provide a process and outcome evaluation of the HMRF grant-funded Connections program. Phoenix Houses of New York, Inc. has been given a new grant to continue and refine its successful Connections program which equips single and coupled participants with significant substance use disorders (SUD) with the skills and knowledge needed to (1) create and/or sustain healthy relationships/marriages, (2) equip participants with the skills and knowledge t...

EEG Synchronized TMS Trial for Depression

Daily prefrontal TMS for depression, as developed by the PI, involves delivering TMS pulses to the prefrontal cortex and not assessing what the actual EEG phase is of the person's brain. In cardiology, in order to stimulate the heart effectively, one has to know the rhythm and phase of the heartbeat in order to perform cardioversion. The investigators wonder if it is important to time the brain stimulation with the phase of the person's brain. The brain has definite rhythms, an...

Asian American Partnerships in Research and Empowerment (AsPIRE)

The proposed intervention is part of a multi-year year grant awarded to the NYU Center for the Study of Asian American Health by to the National Institutes of Health/National Center for Minority Health and Health Disparities (NIH/NCMHD). The funding mechanism is specifically the NCMHD Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR) Initiative in Reducing and Eliminating Health Disparities: Intervention Research Phase (R24). The objective of this study is to implement and assess ...

Effect of Steroid Administration on Maternal Blood Levels of hLPCAT1 mRNA

Neonatal respiratory distress syndrome affects babies who are born preterm and requires them to be placed on a ventilator in the Intensive Care Unit. Over 15 million babies were born premature and these numbers have been increasing. It is caused by lungs which are still too immature to produce adequate amounts of surfactant. This surfactant reduces the alveolar surface tension and maintains the alveoli from collapsing. Collapsed alveoli prevent gas exchange and greatly increase...

Treating Nocturnal Hypertension and Nocturia in African American Men

This is a protocol to obtain pilot data to submit a new NIH grant on Nocturnal Hypertension and Nocturia. In the diversity supplement to Dr. Victor's current NIH grant (Cut Your Pressure Too: The Los Angeles Barbershop Blood Pressure Study) the results show that uncontrolled systolic hypertension is an independent determinant of nocturia in African American men. the investigators now want to pursue this correlation by designing a new NIH grant proposal to determine wheth...

Unexpected Cardiac Arrest in Intensive Care Unit

Unexpected cardiac arrest involves approximately 0.5 to 5% of patients admitted in Intensive Care Unit (ICU). Even if they have a technical environment conducive to prompt diagnosis and prompt treatment, patients hospitalized in ICU suffer from chronic illnesses and organ failure(s) that obscure the prognosis of cardiac arrest. Although extra cardiac arrhythmias or intra-hospital arrests are the subject of numerous publications, few studies specifically focus on unexpected card...

The Purpose of This Study is to Evaluate New Commercially Available Magnetic Resonance (MR) Imaging Sequence and/or Hardware

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is a non-invasive diagnostic imaging technology that produces images of the body. This technology does not utilize radiation, as does Computed Tomography (CT) but relies on radio waves and a strong magnet to produce images. The purpose of this study is to evaluate new commercially available MR imaging sequence and/or hardware that have been installed on an existing MR unit or to evaluate a new MR unit. The study also serves to familiarize the...

Safety and Efficacy of Allogeneic MSCs in Promoting T-regulatory Cells in Patients With Small Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms

This study will assess the safety and efficacy of systemic (IV) administration of escalating doses of allogeneic MSCs in modulating immune cell phenotypes and suppressing aortic inflammation in patients with small AAA. Subjects will be randomized in a 1:1:1 fashion to receive mesenchymal stromal cells (1 million or 3 million MSC/kg) intra-venously or placebo (Plasmalyte A).

HRME: Screening for Cervical Cancer and Its Precursors in Low‐Resource Settings

A new mobile diagnostic and treatment unit is being developed by BCH to address the loss-to follow-up associated with the mobile screening program and demonstrate POC diagnosis by HRME. The mobile diagnostic and treatment unit will be equipped with the tools and infrastructure necessary to perform HRME, VIA, colposcopy, biopsy and treatment with cryotherapy. A team of a colposcopist, nurse, nursing assistant, and driver will staff the mobile diagnostic and treatment unit. The u...

Development and Validation of the Automated Evaluation of Gastrointestinal Symptoms (AEGIS) Platform

Through a four-year grant awarded to the University of California at Los Angeles in 2009, Dr. Brennan Spiegel served as a principal investigator (PI) for a project to develop and initially validate a bank of items to assess gastrointestinal (GI) symptoms for the National Institutes of Health's (NIH's) Patient Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS). By the end of the grant period in July 2013, the project team had successfully developed and initially validate...

A New Clinical Pathway for Patients With Fractured Neck of Femur

The intention is to evaluate the effectiveness of a multi-factorial medical treatment of patients with hip fractures in a specially designed unit for elderly hip fracture patients (orthogeriatric unit) as compared to traditional care in an orthopedic unit.

Nutrition Education and e-Texting to Increase Access to Fresh Produce

The proposed project, Nutrition Ed, Access and Texting (NEAT): Combining the Hartford Mobile Market with e-Marketing , uses an e-technology social marketing strategy to promote use of a recently launched mobile produce market among SNAP-Ed recipients. This study will potentially increase fresh produce access and intake by combining an innovative food system change (produce mobile market) with existing SNAP-Ed nutrition education curriculum and the use of e-marketing technology.

Incidence Of Hepatitis In Intensive Care Unit

The aim is to investigate incidence of HBsAg, anti-HCV in serum samples and evaluation of biomarkers taken from patients who were followed the intensive care unit of Sakarya University Training and Research Hospital and The intensive care unit attracts attention by making health workers more susceptible to the risk of hepatitis.

Progestin Priming Ovarian Stimulation (PPOS) Compared With Antagonist Protocol for Freeze-all Cycles

Stimulation protocols for IVF underwent several cycles of upgrading aiming to achieve reasonable outcomes with low-cost cycles. Antagonist protocols have been introduced as effective and comparable to long agonist regarding the outcomes. However, these protocols are still costly. Alternative protocols using progestin suppressions appear options for consideration.

The Effect of Individualised Homoeopathic Treatment Using the Grant Bentley Method in Premenstrual Syndrome

Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) is related to the changes in the levels of hormones predominately progesterone, oestrogen and prolactin, during the luteal phase of the menstrual cycle. Both physical and psychological symptoms may occur from at least day 14 of the menstruation cycle and cease by day 4 of menstruation. The symptoms may interfere with a female's daily activities and have a negative impact well-being. There are a number of conventional pharmacological drugs which are u...

Placebo Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS)

Chronic musculoskeletal pain is a major problem in society. Treatments for people with musculoskeletal pain have limited efficacy. Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS) is a commonly utilized, non-invasive treatment for pain that is a safe non-pharmacological treatment that has been utilized for treatment of musculoskeletal pain. Recent studies in animals in the PIs laboratory have begun to examine the mechanism of action of TENS. The current study is proposed to t...

Transfusion-Induced Alterations of Pulmonary and Immune Function in Mechanically Ventilated Patients

Specific aim: To test whether transfusion of leukoreduced red cells of lesser storage time (versus conventional storage time) reduces mild alterations in pulmonary function and immune activation in critically ill patients with mechanically ventilated lungs. We propose to perform a prospective, randomized, double-blind clinical trial in critically ill patients whose lungs are mechanically ventilated, and who have orders to receive transfusion of at least one unit of packed red ...

Hypertension Management in Family Practice

High blood pressure is the greatest threat to the global burden of disease, contributing to an estimated 9.4 million deaths a year. Cardiovascular disease morbidity and mortality are positively correlated with the degree of elevation of blood pressure, without any evidence of a threshold down to at least 115/75 mm Hg[2]. Hypertension is common, and nearly every clinician in every specialty deals either directly or indirectly with managing it or its consequences. The popu...

Integrated Care Pathway in Oncology (PASSION)

A centralized unit for integrated management of care pathway in Oncology has been created. This unit settles the patients' appointments (biopsy, intravenous device, chemotherapy, imaging, oncologist...). The aim of this study is to assess the delay between the first appointment with the oncologist and the beginning of the antitumoral treatment, and therefore evaluate the efficacy of the care pathway unit. The second aim is to assess the satisfaction of patients and heal...

Comparison of Tramadol Orally Versus an Optimized Dose of Intravenous Tramadol for Postoperative Pain Relief in Ambulatory Surgery

The purpose of this study is to compare the administration of 1 unit dose of 50 mg tramadol perorally given in 3 unit dosages versus tramadol IV given in 3 unit dosage of 35 mg during the first 6 hours postoperatively and to investigate the time course and accuracy of pain relief versus the onset and duration of side effects. The first unit dose will be administered at arrival at the PACU when a Visual Analogue Pain (VAS) score of more than 3 is reached. The second and third un...


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