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Phase III Open Study, Prospective, Multicenter, Randomized, Comparative to the Positive Control for Evaluating the Efficacy and Safety of Auris-Sedina in the Symptomatic Control of Otalgy in Patients With or Without Acute External Otitis.

To evaluate the efficacy and tolerability of Auris-Sedina in the symptomatic control of otalgy in patients with and without acute external otitis compared with use of Otosynalar®.

Contraception Initiation Feasibility in the Pediatric ED

Many adolescents using the pediatric emergency department (ED) are at higher risk for unintended pregnancy. This is a significant public health issue and hormonal contraception is the mainstay of prevention. Many barriers to hormonal contraception exist and other studies have demonstrated that referral from the ED for hormonal contraception leads to poor follow up. This study will be a pilot study to assess the feasibility of two implementation strategies for initiating ...

Open-Label Study to Evaluate the Efficacy and Safety of SCY-078 in Patients With Candidiasis Caused by Candida Auris (CARES)

This is a multicenter, open-label, non-comparator, single-arm study to evaluate the efficacy, safety, tolerability and PK (pharmacokinetics) of oral SCY-078 as an emergency use treatment for patients with a documented Candida auris infection.

The Cardiovascular Genetic and Therapeutic Implications of Muscular Dystrophy

This study will have significant impact on muscular dystrophy patients as it promotes early screening for heart disease. With early identification, beneficial medical therapy can be started sooner, resulting in restoring and maintaining normal heart function. This is critical to the survival of these patients. We have reported previously that heart failure in all patients may have common mechanisms, the "final common pathway". Heart failure is a significant health problem wit...

Eyelid Closure in Glaucoma Therapy

This research is being done to determine if closing your eyelids after you take your glaucoma drops makes them more effective in lowering your eye pressure, and to determine if closing your eyelids for 5 minutes is better than closing them for one minute

Trial Comparing Cosmetic Outcomes of Pediatric Laceration Closure Using Skin Glue, Medical Tape Versus Stitches

There are several methods of closing a skin cut: stitches, skin glue, and medical tape. Stitches have been used for a long time to close skin cuts. Skin glue (invented in the 1970s) and medical tape (invented in the 1960s) are two newer methods to close skin cuts. The purpose of this study is to find out which method (stitches, skin glue, or medical tape) of closing skin cuts results in the least amount of scarring. Other things we will be looking at are which method is the che...

Regional Lung Opening and Closing Pressures in Patients With Acute Lung Injury

The purpose of this study is the measurement of regional opening and closing pressures of lung tissue by electrical impedance tomography in lung healthy and patients with acute lung injury. These values might help the setting of positive endexpiratory pressure during artificial ventilation to avoid the cyclic opening and closing of alveoli.

A New Abdomen Closure Technology Based on Component Separation: a Prospective Randomized Controlled Trial

At present, open-type abdominal surgery is routine access into the abdomen. Median incision is the common choice with open-type abdominal surgery. Layered abdomen-closing is often used at the end-time of the surgery. There are some common postoperative complications, such as incision pain, surgical site infection, surgical incision dehiscence and incisional hernia. The key to reduce the incidence of postoperative complications depends on safe and reliable technology of abdomen-...

Mentored Research on Improving Alcohol Brief Interventions in Medical Settings

The NIAAA estimates that 16% (40 million) of adults in the US are drinking at unsafe levels. More than 50% of alcohol health consequences occur in risky, non-dependent drinkers. Increasing the efficacy and efficiency of brief interventions in medical setting could significantly reduce the public health impacts of risky drinking. There is intense interest in conducting motivational interviewing (MI) informed brief interventions for risky alcohol use in medical settings, but litt...

The Objective is to Respond to Patients' Needs in the Field of Larynx Replacement

Supplement pharyngolaryngeal deficient functions by insertion of a prosthesis with valves in order to allow tracheotomy closing (when applicable) and / or to allow restoration of god swallowing capacity. The secondary objective is to study the concept of a special valves system for the development of an artificial larynx

Auris Robotic Endoscopy System for Bronchoscopy

In this study, the performance related to the use of the novel Robotic Endoscopy Platform during bronchoscopic procedures will be evaluated.

Cochlear Promontory Stimulation for Treatment of Tinnitus

Tinnitus is the perception of sound when no external noise is present. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) estimates over 50 million - nearly 15% of the general public -experience some form of tinnitus. Roughly 20 million people struggle with burdensome chronic tinnitus, with 2 million experiencing extreme and debilitating symptoms. The 2014 Clinical Practice Guideline on tinnitus from the American Academy of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery summarized the existing stat...

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...

Artificial Intelligence vs Physicians for Breast Cancer Patients' Information

Chatbots (contraction of "chat" and "robot") are a computer software program that use statistical learning and aim to simulate a conversation by text or voice message. The use of these chatbots was evaluated as part of the increase in therapeutic adherence and information on well-being and mental health. In clinical studies, chatbots are useful in gathering information through questionnaires directly submitted during conversations or through keyword analyzes. There is no longe...

Antiemetic Efficacy of Ondansetron Versus Metoclopramide

Acute gastroenteritis (GEA) is a public health problem at present, the main cause of vomiting and consultation in emergencies in children under 5 years. Worldwide, there are about 2 million deaths per year due to gastroenteritis in children under 5 years. In Mexico, the mortality rate by age in 2013, recorded 28 deaths per 100,000 boys and girls, in 2013 in our country 2.5 million children between 5 and 17 years engaged in an economic activity. The occupancy rate for the child...

Laboratory Profile of Hepatitis B and C in Users of a Reference Service

Chronic hepatitis by the B virus (HBV) and/or by the C virus (HCV) is a major public-health problem since it presents a long phase of clinical latency which makes its early diagnosis difficult and results in the development of a large number of cases to complications such as cirrhosis, hepatic insufficiency and hepatocarcinoma. In Brazil, it is estimated that the number of HBV is two million, of which 72 thousand have been reported. As regards HCV, the ratio is one of three mil...

Mentors Offering Maternal Support (M-O-M-S™): A Prenatal Program for Decreasing Maternal Anxiety and Depression

The M-O-M-S project evaluates the effectiveness of the M-O-M-S program for improving birth outcomes and maternal-infant attachment and role satisfaction in a large military sample.

Dermabond PRINEO for Total Shoulder Arthroplasty

This is a research study to find out whether wound closure (the process of closing the surgical wound after the procedure is complete) with Dermabond PRINEO Skin Closure System (PRINEO) will be faster and improve wound healing compared to standard closing methods after total shoulder replacement. The PRINEO system involves using running stitches to close the wound, and then taping over the sutures with a sticky film that holds the wound closed.

Antioxidant Micronutrients and Malaria

In the last decade, the prevalence of malaria has been escalating at an alarming rate, especially in Africa. An estimated 300 to 500 million cases each year cause 1.5 to 2.7 million deaths, more than 90% occur in children under 5 years of age in Africa (WHO 1995). Malaria is Africa's leading cause of under-five mortality (20%) and constitutes 10% of the continent's overall disease burden. It accounts for 40% of public health expenditure, 30-50% of inpatient admissions, and up t...

Loop Ileostomy Closure:Stapled or Hand-sewn Anastomoses? Suture or Mesh Closure of the Stoma Site?

There are severel problems associated with the closing of a temporary loop-ileostomy after surgery for rectal cancer. The purpose of this study is to answer two questions: 1. The choice of anastomotic method - does it influence the postoperative course? 2. The use of a prophylactic mesh when closing the stoma site - will there be less hernias?

Evaluation of Association Between Obstructive Sleep Apnea and the Severity of Coronary Artery Disease

It is widely accepted that coronary artery disease (CAD) is related to a high mortality. It is predicted that an increase of approximately 21.3 million cardiovascular events and 7.7 million cardiovascular deaths over 2010 to 2030 in China.1 Male sex, diabetes mellitus, hypertension, hypercholesterolemia, obesity and smoking are all traditionally considered as risk factors for CAD. In recent decades, tremendous progress toward the prevention and treatment of traditional cardiova...

CONDOL01: Evaluation on the Experience of Bereavement, of a Medical Consultation, Proposed by a Letter of CONDOLence to the Patients' Relatives Versus Standard Practice After the Death of the Patient

The aim of this randomized multicenter study is to evaluate the impact in offering the condolence letter to the family caregivers (indicated as the reliable person by the patient himself at each hospitalization) and a bereavement consultation with the reference physician.

When Closing Midline Incisions, do Small Stitches Reduce the Risk for Incisional Hernia, Wound Infection or Dehiscence?

The purpose of this study is to determine whether a technique using very small stitches when closing a midline incision can reduce the risk for wound complications such as incisional hernia, infection or dehiscence.

Trial of Routine Abdominal Wall Closure Versus Reinforcement With TIGR Matrix Onlay

Patients with at least two risk factors for incisional hernia undergoing abdominal surgery are eligible for inclusion. After accepting informed consent, patients are randomized into either closing the abdominal wall in a regular way with fascial sutures, or closing with fascial sutures together with placing a TIGR mesh as described. All patients are then monitored for signs of infection, wound rupture, incisional hernias, subcutaneous seroma as well as postoperative symptoms. ...

Efficacy of Mifepristone - Prostaglandin Analogue Combination in Medical Termination of Pregnancy Beyond 7 Weeks of Amenorrhea

This study is a non-interventional prospective, multicenter, longitudinal study conducted in France, among a representative sample of public and/or private birth control centers. The aim of the study is to assess, in real-life settings, the success rate of the protocol Mifegyne / prostaglandin analogue in patients asking for medical abortion either prior or beyond 7 weeks of amenorrhea.

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