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The Effect of Wearing the 'Nike Free'Shoe on Isokinetic Muscle Strength of Foot and Ankle and on Proprioception.

To evaluate the effect of wearing the 'Nike Free'Shoe on isokinetic muscle strength of foot and ankle and on proprioception the following protocol will be used. The test population consists out of students of the physical education department. They will at random be divided in three groups. One group will wear the shoe only for daily activities, the second group will wear the shoes for the warming up part of the sport classes and the control group will not wear the shoe at all...


Tribal Health and Resilience in Vulnerable Environments

The THRIVE study is a healthy retail intervention that improves the food environments in tribally owned and operated convenience stores in the Chickasaw Nation and Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma.

YORk Study of Unloading Shoes for Vascular Intermittent Claudication

Some people experience a cramp-like leg pain during walking that is relieved only by rest. This is called intermittent claudication (IC) and it is a common symptom of peripheral arterial disease. Patients with IC struggle to walk, which in turn lowers their quality of life. The intensity of IC pain experienced during walking depends on several factors, including the type of footwear worn. For example, non-supportive shoes may make the calf muscles work harder during walk...

How Shoes With Rocker Soles Affect Walking

The purpose of this study is to compare how 3 special types of shoes with rocker-shaped soles help people with foot deformities to walk better. This study will use modern gait lab techniques to measure the forces on the bottom of the feet and to examine whether there is any effect higher on the leg from the rocker soles.

Testing the Feasibility of the DASH Cloud Intervention Using Amazon Alexa

The DASH diet is a proven behavioral strategy to reduce blood pressure, however, national adherence rates are poor. Using digital health tools may help to improve adoption of the DASH diet. Digital health approaches capitalize on the ubiquitous utilization of mobile technologies and have broad dissemination potential. There have been few efforts to test a DASH intervention via digital, and none using voice-activated technologies (e.g, Amazon Alexa). This proposal will enroll up...

Evaluation of Pressure Distribution of Kyboot Shoes in Comparison to Other Foot Wear

Comparison and evaluation of pressure distribution, gait pattern, changes in the movement of the center of pressure, shock absorbing capabilities and comfort of wear using KyBoot shoes versus normal foot wear in diabetic and healthy subjects.

Therapeutic Efficacy Study of Pyrimethamine/Sulfdoxine (Fansidar®) for the Treatment of Uncomplicated Falciparum Malaria in the Peruvian Amazon

The purpose of this study is to determine the efficacy of pyrimethamine/sulfdoxine (Fansidar®) for the treatment of uncomplicated falciparum malaria in the Peruvian Amazon. Reports in the mid 1990s indicated that Fansidar was failing to cure patients with confirmed falciparum malaria. The study design was based on accepted WHO parasitological and clinical outcomes to determine the overall efficacy of Fansider and inform the Peruvian National Malaria Control authorities as to ...

BRUSH Sign: Radiolographic Marker of Cerebral Infarctus Prognosis

Today the treatment of ischemic stroke in acute phase is based on medicinal or endovascular revascularization. Cerebral MRI sequences help the diagnostic. This procedure uses deoxyhemoglobin as an endogenous tracer. This is also a scorer of cerebral ischemia and the increase lets visualized transcerebral veins in the suffering zone giving a brush aspect. Several studies show the interest of this sign and conclude that deoxyhemoglobin presence is a predictive factor of cerebral ...

Clinical Trial of Footwear in Patients With Diabetes

A Seattle VA study indicated lower extremity ulcers preceded 84% of diabetic amputations. Nearly half of the events that ban the causal chain leading to ulcers and amputation were initiated by ill-fitting footwear. Other investigators report similar findings for injurious footwear in their diabetic patient populations. Yet, the efficacy of footwear in preventing ulcers and amputations in the high-risk diabetic population has received limited experimental investigation. A Bri...

Effects of Shoe Cushioning and Body Mass on Injury Risk in Running

The main goal is to investigate the influence of shoe cushioning and body mass on the risk of running-related injury. This study will allow to determine if shoe cushioning needs to be adapted to the mass of the runner in order to minimize injury risk. The influence of shoe cushioning on running technique will also be investigated. This study consists in a 6-month follow-up period during which leisure-time runners are required to perform a running activity at least once a week ...

Impact of Conservative Treatment by Custom-made Orthoses in Patients With Haemophilic Ankle Arthropathy

The purpose of this study intend to evaluate the effectiveness of functional orthoses (including custom-made insoles and shoes) for preventing and controlling repetitive haemarthrosis in patients suffering of haemophilic ankle arthropathy, as well as the orthoses' impact on foot health-related quality of life.

Intervening to Prevent Youth Access to Marijuana Phase II

The legalization of recreational marijuana use and sales in Alaska, Colorado, Oregon, and Washington State is a dramatic change in U.S. substance abuse policy that places a priority on developing regulatory and enforcement systems that prevent distribution of retail recreational marijuana to minors. Responsible marijuana vendor training, modeled after effective responsible alcoholic beverage training, has the potential to help the states prevent distribution to minors. This res...

Efficacy of the Electronic Acupuncture Shoes: A Clinical Trial for Chronic Low Back Pain

This randomized , double-blind, parallel-arm clinical trial was designed to study the efficacy and safety of the "Electronic Acupuncture Shoes" treatment on chronic low back pain patients. Chronic low back pain patients, aged 20-60, of both gender were recruited. As the primary outcome measure to assess the efficacy, "0-10 numerical rating scale" was used. Secondary outcome measure included the speed of pain-relief. The number of samples in the experimental group and th...

Effects Of Rehabilitation Incorporating Gait Training On Clinical Measures Associated With Chronic Ankle Instability

This is a randomized controlled trial (RCT) regarding the conservative treatment of chronic ankle instability (CAI) with an impairment based rehabilitation program. Individuals with CAI have deficits in neuromuscular control and altered gait patterns. Ankle destabilization shoes are used clinically and may improve neuromuscular control by increasing lower extremity muscle activation, which may improve gait patterns. The investigators' purpose is to determine whether a 4-week re...

Language Therapy in British Sign Language

In the United Kingdom, the language of the Deaf community is British Sign Language (BSL). A small proportion of Deaf young people who use BSL as their first or dominant language have specific language difficulties and would benefit from language therapy provided in sign language by adults who are fluent in BSL and may be Deaf. Some Deaf adults are currently employed in education and health services to support children's BSL development. However there is little training or infor...

Checking Smoking Status as a Routine Vital Sign: A Cluster-Randomized Trial of Its Effect on Cessation Counseling

The purpose of this study is to determine if checking smoking status as a routine vital sign increases the delivery rate of cessation counseling to adult smokers in primary care practices.

Evaluation of Weight Bearing After Total Hip and Knee Replacement

The regime in the aftercare after total hip and knee arthroplasty(THA/TKA) differs a lot between orthopedic surgeons concerning weight bearing. The type of implant and the way of implants' anchoring are considered. In the literature there is no data so far about the way patient take care of the recommended weight bearing during the first 6 weeks after THA and TKA. Over a one year period starting August 2010 all patients undergoing TKA or THA at the investigators institu...

Validating the Use of a Subjectively Reported Sleep Vital Sign

Sleep disorders are commonly under-recognized in the primary care setting and available screening tools are often are limited. The study inestigators hypothesize that the use of a novel subjective sleep vital sign (VS) will improve recognition of patients with sleep disorders and can be utilized to track outcomes to sleep therapy.

Multi-level Communications and Access Strategies to Improve the Food Environment

The overarching goal of B'More Healthy Retail Rewards (BHRR) is to develop, implement, and evaluate a pilot multi-level communications and pricing intervention to improve access to and consumption of healthy foods in low-income areas of Baltimore City, Maryland. BHRR has three primary aims: (1) to conduct formative research with representatives of multiple levels of the Baltimore food environment (i.e., local wholesalers, retail food store owners, and consumers) in order to se...

V-Sensors for Vitals: Assessment of the Accuracy of a Vital Sign Sensor Mounted on a Smartphone

This trial seeks to demonstrate clinical accuracy and safety of the integrated V-Sensor when used by the general, healthy adult population interested in measuring their vital signs outside of the clinical setting.

Smartphone Application-Based Vital Sign Monitors

Health-related applications for smartphones represent a new and popular market for consumer oriented products. These applications are generally not considered medical devices and, as such, are not under the purview of the Federal Drug Administration. Some of these applications purport to measure vital signs, but do not have any published data to confirm accuracy of such measurements and their developers have not been willing to divulge the methods by which vital sign readings a...

"Spot Sign" Selection of Intracerebral Hemorrhage to Guide Hemostatic Therapy

This clinical trial will enroll 110 patients from approximately 15 Canadian stroke centres. Patients coming to the emergency department with bleeding in the brain not due to trauma or other known causes who can be treated within 6 hours of onset will undergo CT angiography using standard CT scanners ("CAT scan"). Those with a "spot sign", a type of marker on the CT scan that shows the brain is still bleeding, will be randomly assigned to a single injection of "factor 7"(a bloo...

The Effects of Lower Right Limb Orthopedic Immobilization on Driving Performance

Abstract Background: Effects of orthopedic immobilizations of the lower right limb on driving performances are unknown. Therefore, clinicians and legislators cannot put forth recommendations for road safety for patients requiring such immobilizations. The objective of the present study was to evaluate the effects of different orthopedic immobilizations on braking performances in simulated driving conditions. Methods: The braking performances of 48 healthy volunteers were evalu...

Camera-based Measurement of Respiratory Rates

Respiratory rate as an important predictor for adverse events, but still a neglected vital sign. Precise and simple measurement of the respiratory rate in volunteers by a new electronic camera device in different settings.

Motion Analysis of the Myelopathy Hand: New Insight Into the Classical Sign

This study aims to quantify the clumsiness and decreased dexterity seen in the grip and release test using a simple glove with sensors that can quantify the abnormal motion of this classical sign. This new tool will give a mechanistic insight into the myelopathy. The findings of this study will also form the basis of a prospective longitudinal study with clinical and radiological evaluation to compare the prognosticating value of this new information in clinical practice.

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