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Friday 19th July 2019

EXercise Training for Reducing Anxiety in First-Time Inmates

Clinical trial with 2 arms ("interval exercise training" or "waiting list") aiming at evaluating the anxiolytic effects of a 6 weeks-long exercise training program in first-time prisoners with elevated anxiety symtpoms


Study to Investigate the Effects of Single Intravenous Doses of Difelikefalin (CR845) on the QTc Interval in Healthy Subjects

This is a Phase 1, randomized, double-blind (except for moxifloxacin), placebo- and positive-controlled, single-site, 4-way crossover study to investigate the effects of single therapeutic and supratherapeutic IV doses of difelikefalin (CR845) on the QTc interval in healthy adult subjects. Subjects will be randomized to a treatment sequence consisting of 4 treatment periods with a minimum 5-day washout between treatments. Subjects will receive each of the study treatments over ...

Self-screening of Cognitive Impairment in Primary Care

According to 2011 HAS recommendations, early detection of Alzheimer disease is the major objective in order to allow an earlier care and support. These recommendations strengthen general practitioner role, who plays a key role in the identification of cognitively impaired patients. HAS recommendations are the use of MMSE like test (Mini Mental State Examination) at general practitioner office. A self-screening test, without medical presence, would allow a self-administered cogn...


Effects of Early Community Services on Child and Family Development

The purpose of the current study is to evaluate the effects on early child development of early community services, including a brief nurse home visiting program. Investigators hypothesize that nurse home visiting program participants will be significantly different than non- nurse home visiting program participants on the following child and family outcomes: (a) (reduced) infant emergency room use and overnight hospital stays; (b) (increased) family use of community resources ...

Nivolumab in Biochemically Recurrent dMMR Prostate Cancer

MMR-deficient cancers of any histologic type appear to be very sensitive to PD-1 blockade with pembrolizumab, and similar data are also beginning to emerge for nivolumab and other immune checkpoint inhibitors. Among the MMR-deficient cancers, the best antitumor responses are often associated with high microsatellite instability (MSI-H status), higher tumor mutational burden (TMB), and higher predicted neoantigen load. Prevalence estimates of MMR deficiency across solid tumor ty...

Validation of a Process for the Manufacture of Stem Cells Isolated From the Nasal Cavity for Innovative Cell Therapy of Traumatized Peripheral Nerves

Despite progress in the time taken to take charge and in the quality of the surgical technique, the repair of damaged peripheral nerves has not improved in the last twenty years. Faced with these limitations of surgical treatment, multidisciplinary teams from Marseille and Rouen have come together to propose an innovative approach to cell therapy that can limit inflammation and improve axonal growth. Cell transplantation now appears as an alternative to treat nerve damage. Sci...

The Impact of a Preoperative Nerve Block on the Consumption of Sevoflurane in Total Shoulder Arthroplasty

Total arthroplasty surgery of the shoulder is performed under general anesthesia. Pain control for after the surgery can be achieved purely with intravenous and oral pain medication or in combination with freezing of the nerves. Nerve freezing (nerve block) placed before surgery has the potential to substantially reduce the amount of inhaled anesthetic given to the patient during surgery. This can benefit the patient by minimizing the opioid usage after surgery and also reduce ...

Observe Alternating Hemiplegia of Childhood (OBSERV-AHC) Study

Alternating Hemiplegia of Childhood (AHC) is a rare and serious disease that is in need of effective, and hopefully even curative, therapies. Afflicted patients suffer from severe paralyzing crises, often excruciatingly painful muscle spasms, severe often life threatening epileptic seizures, and frequently severe developmental and psychiatric/psychological disabilities. Based on the repeated input from family organizations and from professionals, as expressed at the London 2016...

Physiological Changes Exploration During the Hypnotic State

Use of hypnosis for therapeutic purposes tends to spread. However, the neural mechanisms underlying hypnosis is still debated and no specific change has yet been associated with this state. In this context, it seems necessary to clarify its mechanisms and effects. Since hypnosis induces a change of consciousness state, the investigators hypothesize that this modification is accompanied by neural activity changes recordable with magnetoencephalography (MEG). The primary objectiv...

The Impact of an Epidural Anesthetic on the Consumption of Sevoflurane in Major Abdominal Surgery

Major abdominal surgery - like non-laparoscopic bowel resection, liver, gastric, or pancreas surgery - is performed under general anesthesia. Pain control for after the surgery can be achieved purely with intravenous and oral pain medication or in combination with freezing of the nerves. Nerve freezing (nerve block) placed before surgery has the potential to substantially reduce the amount of inhaled anesthetic given to the patient during surgery. This can benefit the patient w...

Screening for Genetic Forms of Diabetes in Convention of Care for Children and Adolescents With Diabetes (GENEPEDIAB)

Background/Aims: Diabetes, which affects 420 million people worldwide with a continuously rising incidence, is defined by a state of chronic hyperglycemia; a criterion referring to a heterogeneous group of diseases with various etiologies and distinct therapeutic options. Besides the two main forms of diabetes (i.e., type 1 (T1D) and type 2 (T2D)), there are rare subtypes of the disease called monogenic diabetes (or formerly MODY) that are hardly diagnosed because of their rese...

OnTrackNY's Learning Healthcare System

This application proposes OnTrackNY as a regional scientific hub for the Early Psychosis Intervention Network (EPINET) program as part of NIMH's creation of a national learning health care system (LHS) for early psychosis care. OnTrackNY has grown into a 22-site network, under the leadership of Lisa Dixon, MD, MPH. Created and supported by the New York State's Office of Mental Health (OMH), OnTrackNY is a nationally recognized model providing coordinated specialty care (CSC) f...

Protective Monocytes and Macrophages to Limit Decompensation and Heart Damaging

The working hypothesis is that cardiac macrophages specific for the compensated cardiac hypertrophic phase limit the progression toward the decompensated state of heart failure by promoting an inflammatory environment favouring cardiomyocyte survival and preservation of the pump function. We will perform studies in human plasma and monos, cardiac tissues and macrophages to validate this hypothesis.

Presessions for the National Diabetes Prevention Program

The National Diabetes Prevention Program (NDPP) is a widely available, evidence-based intervention that promotes weight loss to prevent type 2 diabetes; however, participant attendance is problematic and leads to suboptimal weight loss, especially among Hispanic, non-Hispanic black, and low-income non-Hispanic white participants. An innovative pre-session enhancement to the NDPP (Pre-NDPP) showed successful results upon initial application in a diverse and predominately low-inc...

Investigation of Supplemental L-alanine in the Management of Dietary Fructose Intolerance: a Double-blind, Randomized Study

Over the past few decades, fructose consumption has risen significantly in the United States1. This sugar is increasingly being used as a sweetener in a variety of foods1. Because there is a limited absorptive capacity for fructose, excessive ingestion of fructose leads to fructose malabsorption and dietary fructose intolerance (DFI) 2-9, 13. Incomplete absorption of fructose may lead to a variety of gastrointestinal symptoms, including bloating, pain, gas and diarrhea 2-9. In ...

The Experience of Patients and Family Caregivers in Managing Pneumoconiosis in the Family Context

This is an exploratory qualitative study to understand the needs of patients with pneumoconiosis, and the care-giving experience of their family caregivers. Patients with a confirmed diagnosis of pneumoconiosis for at least 1 year and had registered with the Pneumoconiosis Compensation Fund Board in Hong Kong to receive compensation will be eligible to join this study. The respective family caregivers of these patients, who are 21 years of age or older, assuming the role as the...

A Targeted and Tailored Pharmacist Intervention to Improve Adherence to Antihypertensive Drugs Among Diabetes Patients

The primary objective of this study is to assess the effect of a targeted and tailored pharmacist intervention on medication adherence among diabetes patients non-adherent to antihypertensive drugs. The secondary objectives are to assess the effect of the intervention on blood pressure level and medication beliefs, and to evaluate the implementation and adoption of the intervention for pharmacists and patients.

A Clinical Pharmacology Study of Bardoxolone Methyl in Healthy Adults

Food effect part: To investigate the effect of food on the pharmacokinetics of RTA 402 and evaluate the safety of RTA 402 in Japanese healthy male adults, using the capsule formulations. Caucasian subject part: To investigate the pharmacokinetics of a single dose of RTA 402 administered in the fasted state and compare the pharmacokinetics with those observed in Japanese healthy male adults in the food effect part

Daratumumab as Maintenance After Peripheral Blood Stem Cell Transplantation From HLA-identical or Haploidentical Family Donor in the Treatment of Refractory or Relapsed Multiple Myeloma: a Phase 2 Trial

The present protocol aims to test, whether an approach using (i) a reduced-toxicity TBF followed by a (ii) Daratumumab maintenance and (iii) prophylactic infusion of donor lymphocytes (pDLI), will be able to improve progression-free survival of patients with refractory or relapsed MM. This trial represents the first prospective protocol aiming to test the use of Daratumumab maintenance after HLA-identical or haploidentical allo-SCT in patients with MM.

Impact of Insomnia Treatment on Brain Responses During Resting-state and Cognitive Tasks

Individuals with chronic insomnia have persistent difficulty falling and staying asleep, as well as complaints of altered daytime functioning that may be associated with cognitive impairments. The neural processes underlying these daytime complaints may involve abnormal activation of brain regions and neural networks involved in working memory, memory encoding and emotions. The goal of this study is to assess whether a psychological treatment for insomnia will reverse these abn...

Diagnostic Research in Patients With Rare Diseases -Solving the Unsolved Rare Diseases

Most diagnostically unsolved rare disease have a genetic cause. These causes have not been found applying the current methodologies due to technical limitations (e.g. repeat expansions, changes in non-coding (intronic) regions) or, although methodically recorded, their pathophysiological significance but not classified as clinically relevant. A re- and meta-analysis of existing data sets with new algorithms and statistical models as well as the complementation with other omics ...

A Genetic Family Cohort Study of Bipolar Disorder in Chinese Han Population

This study intends to find out the pathogenic genes of bipolar disorder by collecting the two-phase family of Chinese Han population with the large sample using a family cohort study design, combined with the new generation of high-throughput sequencing technology and Genome-Wide Association Studies (GWAS), Proteomics, bioinformatics analysis, etc., which is expected to be clarified at the genetic level. The pathogenesis of bipolar disorder. At the same time, the investigators ...

Revision of Antifungal Strategies Definitions for Invasive Fungal Infections in Hematological Malignancies (REDEFI-SEIFEM)

The primary objective of this study is to evaluate invasive fungal infections (IFI) according to clinicians' opinion vs the opinion of an independent board of experts. The primary output of this study is the evaluation of inter-raters agreement. Secondary objectives are: evaluation of IFI incidence; description of clinical and laboratory features; frequencies of different antifungal treatments; description of outcome; impact on the treatment of underlying hematological malignan...

Thursday 18th July 2019

Evaluation of Verbal and Visual Information Techniques

The aim of this study is to evaluate the effects of preoperative and postoperative anxiety levels on patients using oral information, visual information with surgical photographs and visual information via audio-video. To evaluate anxiety levels, dental anxiety scale (DAS), modified dental anxiety scale (MDAS) and state anxiety scale (STAI-S, STAI-T) scales will be used.

Barreiras Scale for Cardiac Rehabilitation in a Cardiovascular Rehabilitation Programs

This is an observational cross-sectional study designed to investigate the barriers encountered by patients after admission to a public and private PRC and to correlate the barriers with the population profile. To participate in this study, patients were recruited for convenience of two CRPs offered in the city of Presidente Prudente - SP, one linked to the private service offered by the Heart Institute (INCOR) and another public in the Cardiology Sector of the Center for Stud...


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