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InSync III Marquis Model 7279 Cardioverter Defibrillator Cardiac Resynchronization System

People who have a dangerously fast heart beat, or whose heart is at risk of stopping beating, may be in need of an electronic device called an implantable cardioverter defibrillator (ICD). An ICD is implanted surgically just under the skin in the upper chest area and it sends a strong electrical impulse, or shock, to the heart to return it to a normal rhythm. If the heart is beating too slowly or at an abnormal rhythm, an ICD can also pace the heart to return the heart to its...


The purpose of this registry is to collect information on the health status of patients receiving Marquis/Maximo VR Implantable Cardiac Defibrillators (ICDs), how the devices are being programmed and how this correlates to clinical patient outcome.

Biventricular Pacing in the Pediatric Population

Hypothesis 1 (H1): Epicardial biventricular pacing is a safe and feasible method of pacing in young patients. Over the last two years, physicians at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta have been implanting epicardial BiV pacing systems in children determined to have ventricular dyssynchrony caused by numerous cardiac diagnoses. The decision to use these pacing systems was based on the knowledge gained by adult studies. Since the use of these pacing systems in the pediatric ...

Non-invasive Vagus Nerve Stimulation (nVNS) in Pediatric Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy (CIDP)

This study will be conducted at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, in Atlanta, Georgia for a total duration of 24 months. The electrical neuromuscular stimulation device used in this study is the Vital EMS+, which has been used in multiple previous clinical studies for modulation of pain and has received FDA approval. A total of 10 study participants will be randomly assigned to one of two groups in the study: 5 will receive the standard of care treatment plus electrical neuromu...

Rhythm Disturbances After Ventricular Septal Defects

We would like to conduct a retrospective chart review examining the incidence of surgical heart block in children treated in the Cardiac Service Line at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. We would like to look at the last 30 surgical heart block cases seen at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. We will collect the following information on each patient: Patient Date of Birth Date of the surgical procedure Weight of the patient at the time of surgery Concomitant Diagnoses Ne...

Cath Lab Performance Improvement

In 2004, the Cardiac Cath Lab at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta was asked to conduct a Quality Improvement Review examining radiation exposure.

Understanding Substance Use and Incident HIV/STI Among Young Black MSM

The scientific purpose of this study is to look at how substance use may relate to human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection among young black men who have sex with men in Atlanta.

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HORIZONS HIV Intervention

The Horizons Program will test the efficacy of a multi-session HIV prevention program for African American female teens attending reproductive health clinics in Atlanta, GA.

The ATLANTA First in Man Study of the Catania Stent

To evaluate the short-term and mid-term safety and efficacy of the Catania coronary stent for the treatment of up to two de novo lesions in native coronary arteries.

Aprotinin in Neonates Undergoing Cardiopulmonary Bypass

This is a retrospective chart review study. The purpose of this study is to review our experience at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta in neonates receiving aprotinin. We will examine the specific outcomes of renal dysfunction, thrombosis and mortality.

CORE: Study to Evaluate the Conducted AF-Response-Algorithm in Patients Suffering From Heart Failure and Atrial Fibrillation

The Medtronic InSync III Marquis Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy Defibrillator (CRT-D)-System (implantable cardioverter-defibrillator with biventricular stimulation for cardiac resynchronization) is equipped with the "Conducted-Atrial Fibrillation (AF)-Response-Algorithm (CAFR)". This algorithm is designed to maximize biventricular stimulation and thus the amount of cardiac resynchronization when atrial fibrillation occurs. The goal of the study is the evaluation of the effec...

Neonates With Neurological Complications

The purpose of this retrospective study is to identify all neonates (newborns < 30 days of age) from January 1, 2002 through June 20, 2006 at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta who have suffered neurological complications following cardiac surgery. This retrospective study is important to identify the incidence, care and follow-up of neurological complications at this institution

Analysis of T-Cell Immune Reconstitution Following Allogeneic Hematopoietic BMT for Severe SCD

In this study, patient blood samples from NMA transplants will be provided by Pittsburgh, and samples from myeloablative transplants will be provided by Atlanta (comparative controls). Samples would be obtained pre- and post-BMT from the recipient at a total of 7 timepoints, and from the donor at one timepoint.

Heart Failure Study: The Atlanta Cardiomyopathy Consortium

Heart failure is a very common cause of hospital admission and there are half a million new cases diagnosed each year in the United States. While some important progress has been made over the last two decades for the treatment of heart failure, there still remains a critical need for further advances in our understanding of this disease in order to significantly improve patient outcomes. Large numbers of heart failure patients need to be studied over time to allow scientists...

TMS for Adults With Autism and Depression

The goal of this proposal is to investigate whether a standard rTMS protocol for depression, including multiple sessions applied to left dorsolateral prefrontal cortex (DLPFC) results in reduction of depressive symptoms for adult patients with ASD and MDD (Aim 1). The secondary goal is to investigate and whether there is any beneficial reduction in the core symptoms of autism (Aim 2).

4-D Visualization Using Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) in the Congenital Heart Disease Population

In this study, the investigators wish to use images obtained from standard of care cardiac MRI's performed at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta and transfer the images to a different computer in order to analyze them with a new computer. The investigators are hoping to better their understanding and management of complex congenital heart disease.

Mighty Men: A Faith-Based Weight Loss Program to Address Cancer Disparities

Mighty Men is a 6-month faith-based weight-loss intervention for obese African American men 35-74 years old being conducted in Atlanta, GA.

Evaluating the Effects of Propofol vs. Dexmedetomidine

The primary purpose of this observational study is to compare what drugs work best in sedating children (> 3 months to < 36 months) who need an MRI. This type of research may help clinicians (healthcare providers) learn more about how dexmedetomidine works compared to propofol. The investigators are planning to have 60 children complete the study at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta at Scottish Rite. Half (30) of the patients will be randomized to receive dexmedetomidine and the...

Outcomes of Children With Congenital Single Ventricle Heart

Congenital heart disease affects 1 in 100 newborn babies each year and more than 2,000,000 Americans have a congenital heart defect. One common defect treated at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta at Egleston is single ventricle heart. Due to these overwhelming numbers, the use of diagnostic imaging technology to assess these defects and heart function is an important step in the evolving care of this patient group.

Evaluation of Functional MRI and DTI (Imaging Techniques) in Children With Epilepsy and Focal Brain Lesions

This study is being done to look at the relationship between brain structure and brain function in patients with epilepsy or focal brain lesions (abnormal areas) that require surgery. This study will look at an imaging technique called magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) for looking at the brain. Specifically, the study will look at functional MRI, which is an imaging technique that can map brain function by taking pictures of the brain as it performs different tasks such as rea...

Management of Hyperglycemia in the ER: A Randomized Clinical Trial of a Subcutaneous Insulin Aspart Protocol Coupled With Rapid Initiation of Basal Bolus Insulin Prior to Hospital Admission Versus Usual Care

In the Emergency Department (ED), diabetes is commonly encountered as a secondary diagnosis and many patients with uncontrolled diabetes are admitted to the hospital after initial evaluation in the ED. Currently there are no guidelines in the US for the management of hyperglycemia in patients with diabetes during the duration of evaluation and treatment in the ED. It is known that high blood glucose levels in hospitalized patients with diabetes are associated with increased ris...

Infectious Agents in Pediatric Crohn's

Six sites of the Pediatric Inflammatory Bowel Disease Consortium (plus 2 additional sites) will participate in this study. The participating sites will be that of the Principal Investigator (PI), Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, GA (Benjamin D. Gold, MD); Texas Children's Hospital / Baylor College of Medicine (George Ferry, MD and Tony Olive, MD); Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA (Bob Baldassano, MD); University of Chicago Children's Hospital,...

Insulin Resistance in Severely Obese Patients

This study aims to understand the biological processes that link obesity to diseases including insulin resistance and diabetes. Our approach involves studying the health of patient undergoing weight loss either via weight reduction surgery or by medically supervised liquid formula diets. Patients must be enrolled in a weight treatment program at Emory Bariatrics, Emory University, Atlanta GA, to be eligible for this study. This study does not cover the cost of treatment at E...

Promoting Quality of Life Among Young Adult Cancer Survivors

This study expands on a prior pilot study to refine the intervention messaging to focus on goal-oriented thinking, include a coach, and extend the intervention to a larger sample of young adult cancer survivors (aged 18-39 years) recruited from two National Cancer Institute (NCI)-designated cancer centers (Emory's Winship Cancer Institute in Atlanta; University of Kentucky's Markey Cancer Center in Lexington). Participants will be randomly assigned (stratified by age and sex) t...

Physicians' Understanding of Human Genetic Variation

This study will develop a survey instrument to measure primary care physicians' knowledge of the variation in human genetics, their beliefs about biologic and genetic differences according to patients' race and ethnicity, and how that knowledge is used in their clinical decision making. Genomics research today is such that primary care physicians will be responsible for translating new genetic knowledge, drug therapies, and single and multiplex genetic testing into clini...

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