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The Effect of OrthoPulse™ Photobiomodulation on Tooth Movement and Treatment Time When Used With Invisalign Treatment

The aim of the study is to determine if, and to what degree photobiomodulation treatment with OrthoPulse has an effect on the rate of tooth movement during alignment for patients receiving Invisalign orthodontic aligner treatment.


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Accelerated Invisalign Therapy in Conjunction With Acceledent Aura

Purpose: The objective of this study is to investigate the effects of accelerated Invisalign and vibration therapy on rate of orthodontic tooth movement, activation of inflammation biomarkers as well as pain levels experienced by orthodontic patients during the initial 12 weeks of alignment. Participants: Up to 30 orthodontic patients of the University of North Carolina Orthodontic Residency Program will be recruited for this study. Patients older than 18 years o...

Staph Household Intervention for Eradication (SHINE)

The investigators propose a pragmatic comparative effectiveness trial evaluating several decolonization strategies in patients with Staphylococcus aureus infection, their household contacts, and household environmental surfaces. The central hypothesis of this proposal is that an integrated approach of periodic personal and household environmental hygiene will reduce S. aureus transmission in households and subsequently decrease the incidence of skin and soft tissue infections (...


Assessment of the Efficacy of the Aerodentis System

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the efficacy of the Aerodentis System for orthodontic tooth movement in an open label, two-arms, non-inferiority clinical study. This open-label, two-arm study will follow 45 patients for up to fifteen months. Thirty participants will wear the Aerodentis device, and fifteen participants will wear Invisalign, a commonly used clear appliance. Patients will be assigned to participate in the treatment group using the Aerodentis device at hom...

Introducing CGM at Type 1 Diabetes Diagnosis

Diabetes technology is changing and has quickly become an integral part of diabetes care and management. The study team plans to study the effects of introducing technology to newly diagnosed type 1 diabetes patients. The investigators hypothesize that early access to continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) technology will potentially improve satisfaction scores, hemoglobin A1c, glycemic control, reduce hypoglycemia, and ease the burden of disease when compared to new onset patient...

Bench Study of Transcutaneous Hydrocephalic Shunt Flow Sensor Alignment Accuracy and Repeatability

The study hypothesis is that nurses and doctors can use a transcutaneously powered ultrasonic flow sensor to make repeatable and accurate hydrocephalic shunt flow measurements. The study participants will align the flowmeter probe with a flow sensor hidden under a thick saline pad that simulates skin. A hidden pump will provide a known flow through the flow sensor as the participants make their measurements. Each participant will repeat these measurements over a period ...

Benefits of a Household WASH Package to Community-based Management of Acute Malnutrition (CMAM) Program, Chad

The objective of the research is to assess the effectiveness of adding a Household WASH component to the standard outpatient treatment of severe acute malnutrition. Study design: cluster-randomized controlled trial comparing two interventions: 1. Control group: outpatient management of children diagnosed for severe acute malnutrition only 2. Intervention group: outpatient management of children diagnosed for severe acute malnutrition + "household WASH pac...

The Indiana SNAP-Ed Long-term Study

The goal of the study is to determine the immediate and long-term effects of SNAP-Ed on the food insecurity of the entire household, household adults, and household children. The study also aims to determine if there is a dose-response effect on food security after receiving 4 to 10 FNP lessons and if other characteristics influence the change in food security status.

Reservoir of Invasive Salmonellosis in Children, DRC

Bloodstream infections caused by non-typhoid Salmonella (NTS) are a major killing disease in Sub-Saharan Africa. Despite the high case fatality rate, the main reservoir -human, zoonotic or environmental- for invasive NTS rests unknown. The main objective of this study is to assess 1. the household environment (household member, cattle and pets, rats) for intestinal carriage of NTS and 2. the household water supply for presence of NTS . Households of chi...

Immunity to Human Cholera in Bangladesh

Cholera is a severe diarrhea illness caused by bacteria. The purpose of this study is to better understand how the immune systems of people in Dhaka, Bangladesh, fight infection with cholera. Understanding immune responses that influence the outcome of infection with cholera can assist in the development of more effective cholera vaccines. The International Center for Diarrheal Diseases Research, Bangladesh (ICDDR,B) will enroll in this study 75 patients with acute cholera and ...

Epidemiology of MDR-TB in Peru

The purpose of this study is to better understand tuberculosis (TB) and the risk of infection with TB, in Peru. TB is a disease that is caused by bacteria and transmitted through droplets in the air that come from the lungs of an infected person. The risk of infection will be compared between two groups: household members, who live with people having TB that does not respond well to treatment and household members, who live with people having TB that responds well to treatment....

One Week Aligner Evaluation

The purpose of this study is to demonstrate that changing aligners weekly provides similar results to changing aligners every two weeks.

The Effect of Household-based Screening on Blood Pressure Changes in South Africa

This study will evaluate the effect of household-based screening and care encouragement for blood pressure on subsequent changes in blood pressure. The study uses a quasi-experimental regression discontinuity design with existing population-based secondary data from the 2008, 2010, 2012, 2014, and 2017 waves of the National Income Dynamics Study in South Africa.

Lifestyle Changes Using Digital Technology in Colorectal Cancer

The objective of this small study is to assess the feasibility of remotely delivering a diet and lifestyle intervention following treatment of CRC through telecommunications and digital technology. A DBCI will be implemented among a population of people living with and beyond CRC to help identify if patients find this an easy and achievable way to communicate with a Registered Dietitian. The information gained from this small scale feasibility will be used to help develop a lar...

Magneto-rheology to Lower Blood Pressure

Heart attacks and strokes are the leading causes of death in US. High blood viscosity and turbulence in blood flow are the key for cardiovascular diseases. Recent research has shown that application of a strong magnetic field along the blood flow direction will polarize the red blood cells and align them into short chains along the flow, so that the blood viscosity in the flow direction is reduced significantly and disturbed motions in the directions perpendicular to the flow i...

Primer Aligner Study

To demonstrate that a primer aligner product can achieve similar results to the currently marketed product.

P300 Brain Computer Interface Keyboard to Operate Assistive Technology

The purpose of this research is to develop tools to help people who are paralyzed. These tools are called brain computer interfaces (BCIs). BCIs would let a person use brain signals to operate technology. The investigators want to make a BCI that can be used to operate commercially available technologies for communication, environmental control or computer access. The BCI would replace a keyboard to let people operate these technologies without moving. However, the investi...

A Novel Healthcare Information Technology Tool to Improve Care in Patients With Atrial Fibrillation

Patients with implantable heart devices including pacemakers, defibrillators, and cardiac monitors may not seek regular medical care related to their implanted devices. These devices are capable of detecting abnormal heart rhythms or other device abnormalities that may benefit from clinical action or oversight. A novel healthcare information technology has been developed and is being implemented clinically for screening of patients with cardiac rhythm devices who seek care in t...

Does Obesity Influence Women Cardiorespiratory Fitness and Daily Physical Activities? (ACTIVOB)

Many obese individuals experience difficulties in executing household activities. In this study, we investigate the cardiorespiratory fitness (CRF) of obese vs. non-obese women, and the impact of obesity on cardiorespiratory functioning during daily household activities.

Health Promotion Intervention to Reduce Child Morbidity

While household-level water, sanitation and hygiene has been investigated extensively, this is the first comprehensive study to investigate the impact of improved water, sanitation and hygiene and nutrition at household on child health in Yemen.

A Comparison of Two Anti-HIV Treatment Plans

The purpose of this study is to compare 2 treatment plans to try to increase the effects of anti-HIV drugs in patients who are resistant to the drug effects. Sometimes the increase in a patient's viral load (the level of HIV in the blood) can be slowed or stopped by taking anti-HIV drugs. This does not always happen. Sometimes anti-HIV drugs work at first but then stop working. When most of the usual anti-HIV drugs no longer seem to work, the virus is called multidrug-resista...

Cardiopulmonary Outcomes and Household Air Pollution Trial

The purpose of this randomized controlled field trial is to determine whether a liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) stove and fuel distribution intervention reduces personal and kitchen exposure to household air pollutants and improves cardiopulmonary health outcomes when compared to usual cooking practices with open-fire biomass-burning stoves in adult women aged 25-64 years.

Pilot Feasibility of the Pediatric Cancer Resource Equity (PediCARE) Intervention

The goal of this new intervention is to make it easier for families to meet their basic household needs during childhood cancer treatment. The investigators want to learn how to best use PediCARE to help care for families.

Sensorimotor Rhythm Brain-Computer Interface Switch to Operate Assistive Technology

The purpose of this research is to develop tools to help people who are paralyzed. These tools are called brain-computer interfaces (BCIs). BCIs would let a person use brain signals to operate technology. The investigators want to make a BCI that can be used to operate commercially available technologies for communication, environmental control or computer access. The BCI would replace a switch to let people operate these technologies without moving. However, the investiga...

SMS Mobile Technology to Improve Early Childhood Vaccine Coverage in Guatemala

This project plans to learn more about whether sending text messages to parents on their r mobile phones to remind them when their child is due for his or her next vaccination will improve children getting vaccinated on time.


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