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Thyroid Cosmesis Study at St. Paul's Hospital, Vancouver BC

This study looks at the difference in surgical scar outcomes between two different surgical incision methods during thyroid surgery: scalpel vs electrocautery. Patients who are already scheduled for thyroid surgery with Dr. Sam Wiseman, Endocrine Surgeon at St. Paul's Hospital, and that meet the eligibility criteria for this study will be invited to participate. After signing the informed consent form, participants will be randomized into either one of the two incision methods...


Impact of Patient Education Website on the Quality of Outpatient Bowel Preparation for Colonoscopy

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness of the GI clinic's currently used web-based instructions at St. Paul's Hospital.

Impact and Evaluation of the Management of Iron Deficiency With or Without Anemia in Patients With Cancer

In oncology, anemia is a frequent symptom, leading to complication of patient management for, more or less, a long term but often poorly evaluated by medical teams. In oncology, anemia is induced by multiple causes. Iron deficiency appears to be a leading cause of anemia, especially in people with solid cancer. Iron deficiency is characterized by a low level of iron . Iron is a trace element required for life. It is a major component of hemoglobin allowing the transport of oxy...


Minnesota Heart Survey - Risk Factor Survey

To continue surveillance of cardiovascular disease risk factors in the seven-county area of Minneapolis-St. Paul.

Minnesota Heart Survey - Mortality and Morbidity

To continue surveillance of coronary heart disease (CHD) mortality and morbidity in the seven county metropolitan Minneapolis/St. Paul (Twin Cities) areas.

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From Clinic to Community Study

This study is a 12-month study. There are two different groups in the study. Both groups will enter the study after the graduation from 8-hour diabetes education course taught at VGH, St. Paul's, or Richmond Hospital. The first group will receive on-going support from their peers who have diabetes and are trained specifically to help other patients with diabetes. The second group will receive the usual care.

Student Outcomes in Fitness and Nutrition ISEO

The study is designed to examine whether curriculum, designed in partnership with teachers at Moreland Elementary school in West St. Paul and Mayo Clinic InSciEd Out scientists, is able to influence the behavior and health literacy of students. This information will be collected in surveys before and after the students are given the curriculum during the school day.

Midlevel Versus Physician-provided Medical Abortion in the Second Trimester

The purpose of the study is to determine the safety and effectiveness of second trimester medical abortion when provided by nurse midwives compared with physicians. The study sample will be obtained from Michu Clinic, affiliated with St Paul's hospital, in Addis Ababa.

Brief Intervention for Drug Abusing Adolescents

The purpose of this clinical trail is to evaluate the efficacy of a brief, cognitive-behavioral therapeutic intervention for adolescents reporting mild or moderate drug abuse (MMDA). This school-based initiative employs a collaborative effort between the University of Minnesota researchers and the St. Paul Public Schools. This intervention aims to reduce post-treatment drug use behaviors and enhance drug-use resistant cognitions and problem-solving skills.

36-Month Clinical Evaluation of a Universal Adhesive

The aim of this clinical trial was to evaluate and compare the performance of a universal adhesive with different adhesive strategies in the restoration of non-carious cervical lesions (NCCLs) over a 36-month period.

Intraoperative Body Core Temperature Monitoring: Comparison Between the Oesophagal Probe and the Heated Controlled Servo Sensor

Monitoring of intraoperative core temperature is essential for patient safety, reducing the risk of perioperative hypothermia. A recently developed measuring system, SpotOn® (3M, St. Paul, MN), measures the core temperature in a non-invasive manner. Its accuracy in patients undergoing general surgery has not been investigated yet. The study was aimed at comparing the accuracy of the SpotOn® in comparison with the oesophageal probe which is considered the current standard in o...

The Effect of Xenical on Weight and Risk Factors

The purpose of this study is to determine the effect of using the weight loss medication Xenical (generic name - orlistat) on weight loss and change in heart disease risk factors in patients of the Healthy Heart Program Lipid Clinic at St. Paul's Hospital over a three month period. Xenical works by blocking the body's absorption of dietary fat in the gut, allowing it to pass through to be excreted, therefore reducing the intake of fat and calories. This is a pilot study support...

Prednisone in Cystic Fibrosis Pulmonary Exacerbations

This will be a 3 year randomized, double blind, placebo controlled trial of 7 days of oral prednisone in cystic fibrosis (CF) patients receiving intravenous (IV) antibiotic treatment for a pulmonary exacerbation at the Hospital for Sick Children, St Michael's Hospital, St Paul's Hospital, British Columbia Children's Hospital, Hotel Dieu Hospital and Ste Justine Hospital, Canada. The intervention will be oral prednisone 2 mg/kg/day (max 60 mg) divided twice daily for 7 days as a...

Cardiovascular Health Promotion Among African-Americans by FAITH!

Given the importance of healthy lifestyle practices to cardiovascular disease (CVD) prevention and the utility of church-based interventions in African-American adults, the investigators developed a theory-informed, strategically-planned, health and wellness intervention with Rochester, Minnesota (MN) and Twin Cities area (Minneapolis, St. Paul, MN) churches with predominately African-American congregations. The objective of the study was to partner with churches to implement a...

Virtual Reality Exercise on the Intensive Care Unit in Heart Patients

This project proposes the development and design of a motor intervention using a cognitive video game and describes the feasibility, safety and acceptability of virtual augmented video gaming device named Virtual Reality on the Intensive Care Unit (VRICU). The project in two phases is performed in healthy participants (Phase 1) and heart patients after elective heart surgery on the Intensive Care Unit (Phase 2). Furthermore, brain function will be measured during exer-gaming w...

Assessment of 2 Different Techniques for Suppression of Respiratory Motion in Lung Cancer Treatment With Proton Therapy Using Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)

Since 1996 proton therapy has been applied very successfully at the Paul Scherrer Institute in Switzerland to irradiate deep-seated, stationary tumors. In order to treat tumors within an organ which moves due to breathing (e.g. lung) motion mitigation strategies need to be implemented to ensure the precise irradiation of the moving target. The aim of this study is to assess the feasibility and compare (via MRI imaging) 2 techniques which "freeze" the movement of the lung by bre...

A Study to Evaluate the Efficacy of BioCartilage® Micronized Cartilage Matrix in Microfracture Treatment of Osteochondral Defects

The study was designed by the principal investigator, Dr. Andrea Veljkovic, and the St. Paul's Hospital Foot and Ankle Research Group, who will conduct the study. The study is being funded by Arthrex, Inc., the manufacturer of the Health Canada approved BioCartilage® Micronized Cartilage Matrix. The purpose of this study is to assess whether adding BioCartilage® to microfracture treatment of osteochondral defects of the talus improves osteochondral healing as well as i...

Salt Sources Study

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention conducted an observational cross-sectional study to obtain information about the amount of sodium consumed from various sources (including sodium from processed and restaurant foods, sodium inherent in foods, and salt added at the table and during cooking) and to examine variability across population subgroups. Data collection will include an observational component as well as a sub-study designed to refine the accuracy of estimate...

A Study Comparing Computerized Tomographic Progression of Bone Bridging After Subtalar Fusion Using Fully and Partially Threaded Screws

The study was designed by the principal investigator, Dr. Alastair Younger, and the St. Paul's Hospital Foot and Ankle Research Group, who will conduct the study. The study is being funded by Acumed LLC, the manufacturer of the Health Canada approved Acutrak 2® - 7.5 fully threaded screw. The purpose of this study is to assess and compare the effectiveness of fully threaded screws versus partially threaded screws in subtalar fusion, in order to determine the effect of t...

Assessment of Effectiveness of Neuromuscular Training in Treatment of Lumbar Spine in Football Players

The project aims to assess the effectiveness of neuromuscular training according to the concept of Kinetic Control (KC) in prevention and treatment of lumbar spine and knee pain and in reduction of risk of injury in female football players. The study was designed as single-blind Randomized Controlled Trial (RCT) and conducted on a group of 18 female football players from University Club of the Academic Sports Association of Pope John Paul II State School of Higher Education in...

Breast Cancer Treated by Neoadjuvant Chemotherapy

Neoadjuvant chemotherapy, known as "first" or "induction chemotherapy" in the therapeutic assumption of breast cancer is based on the narrow dependence preclinically revealed between primary tumour, tumoral angiogenesis and growth of distant metastases. The results of the Aberdeen Group (Smith et al, 2002 ; Hutcheon et al, 2003), of the NSABP B27 trial (Bear et al, 2003) and of the Gepar-Duo Group (Von Minckwitz et al, 2002) have shown that a sequential protocol, using docetax...

Diagnosing Corneal Infection

Microbial keratitis is a common and serious eye disease in Edinburgh. Prompt treatment with antibiotics can prevent sight loss, and identification of the micro-organism and its antibiotic sensitivities are key to appropriate management. Standard practice of collecting infected material from the cornea using a blade can be distressing and time-consuming. Corneal impression membranes (CIM) have recently been introduced to another National Health Service (NHS) eye unit (St Paul's ...

Directional Versus Orbital Atherectomy Plaque Modification and Luminal Area Assessment of the Femoro-popliteal Artery Via Intravascular Ultrasound

This single center prospective, randomized study will be conducted to investigate plaque removal and luminal gain using CSI's DIAMONDBACK 360® Peripheral Orbital Atherectomy System (OAS) (St.Paul, MN) versus Medtronic's Hawkone Directional Atherectomy system (DAS) (Minneapolis, MN) assessed by angiography and Intravascular Ultrasound (IVUS) in patients diagnosed with symptomatic obstructive femoro-popliteal disease will be analyzed. Both devices have received clearance by the ...

Shade Matching of Omnichroma (One Shade Universal Composite) Versus a Microhybrid Composite in Class V Restorations.

Background Resin composites are effective in restoring damaged teeth due to their good esthetics, high surface gloss, and clinically acceptable wear resistance1. One of the most challenging tasks a dentist has to confront in daily practice is matching the color of composite restorations used in anterior teeth2. Problem The shade selection is carried out subjectively with a visual shade guide and generally under inadequate light conditions, which can lead to errors in color per...

Investigation of the Microbiome of the Cornea in Microbial Keratitis

Design: Prospective observational diagnostic study and methods-comparison. Aims: The overall aim of the project is to better define the pathogenic microorganisms in patients with microbial keratitis (MK) through a better understanding of the corneal and ocular surface microbiome in health and disease. This will be achieved through the following objectives: 1. Using NGS, analyse the corneal microbiome of the affected and unaffected eye of patients with and...


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