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06:31 EDT 25th June 2019 | BioPortfolio

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Efficacy of 1540 Nanometer Erbium Glass Laser to Improve Benign Dermatofibromas

This study is to find a more effective treatment for itchy, painful or unsightly dermatofibromas, that will improve symptoms of itch and/or pain and/or improve the appearance of dermatofibromas. This is an open-label study where subjects will receive a laser treatment at week 0, and week 4, and then 2 additional follow-up visits. Photographs will be taken at each visit and rated by blinded reviewers after the study to determine efficacy.


Patient Comfort Using Green vs. Yellow Pan Retinal Photocoagulation

Our aim is to compare patient comfort when using the 532 nanometer (green) wavelength laser to the 577 nanometer (yellow) wavelength laser during pan retinal photocoagulation to treat patients with diabetic retinopathy. Secondary outcome measures will be power (mW) required to achieve gray-white retinal burns and duration of treatment.

Clinical Efficacy Of 810 Nanometer Diode Laser As An Adjunct To Mechanical Periodontal Treatment Of Residual Periodontal Pockets

Background: Aim of this randomized controlled parallel-designed study was to evaluate the effects of diode laser as an adjunct to mechanical periodontal treatment on clinical parameters and gingival crevicular fluid (GCF) volume of the residual pockets diagnosed following initial periodontal treatment in chronic periodontitis (CP) patients. Methods: A total of 84 residual pockets on single-rooted teeth in 11 CP patients were included and randomly assigned into 3 groups. Residu...


Comparison of 1,550 and 755 Laser in a Split-face Trial

Clinical Trial comparing the 1,550-nanometer fractionated photothermolysis system laser to the 755 nanometer picosecond laser using a split-face (Right-Left) comparison. Patients will receive laser treatments at week 0, week 4, and week 8. Photographs will be taken prior to laser treatment at each visit, and at the week 24 follow-up visit. Photographs will be reviewed by blinded assessors to rate each side of the face and change from baseline photos.

A Comparison of the Stroke Rehabilitation Assessment of Movement, the Functional Independence Measure and the Stroke Impact Scale

The Stroke Rehabilitation Assessment of Movement (STREAM) is a relatively new measurement tool, which measures specific movement deficits (impairments) caused by a stroke. The STREAM is used to evaluate recovery of voluntary movement and basic mobility following the onset of a stroke. Several important clinical measurement properties of the STREAM remain to be explored, including its ability to measure impairments and clinical change in acute rehabilitation patients in the US...

Sub-Acute Stroke Rehabilitation With AMES

The AMES device is designed to produce functional cortical changes by:(1) assisting the subject as he/she attempts to move the limb (assisted movement) and (2) enhancing movement sensation by vibrating the muscles during movement (enhanced sensation). The primary hypothesis is that the combination of assisted movement and enhanced sensation from muscle vibration can increase the amount of motor recovery in individuals disabled by a stroke.

Intraoperative Non-invasive Eye Movement Monitoring

For procedures involving proximity to the nerves responsible for eye movement, the need to monitor eye movement exists. The current solution is to place needles in the muscles surrounding the eye. The Investigators have invented a non-invasive electrode and software designed to monitor eye movements non-invasively. The electrode is placed on the skin on the corner of the eye and using the natural dipole of the eye, detects the horizontal and vertical movements of the eye. The I...

Development of a Refined Version of the Stroke Rehabilitation Assessment of Movement Scale for Stroke Patients

We will employ modern test theory (i.e., Rasch model) to refine the Stroke Rehabilitation Assessment of Movement instrument (STREAM), which will be called the refined version of the STREAM, R-STREAM).

EMDR as a Treatment for Tinnitus

Tinnitus may be considered as a form of phantom auditory sensation and as such parallels may be drawn with other forms of phantom sensation, such as the sensation of pain in an amputated limb (phantom limb pain). There has been recent interest in the use of eye movement therapies to treat patients with phantom sensations such as these. The role of eye movements in the propagation and maintenance of tinnitus has also been well established. The main aim of this study is to evalua...

Movement and Fitness Trackers in Determining Performance Status

This trial studies the use of movement and fitness trackers in determining performance status of patients with cancer who are taking part in early phase clinical. Movement and fitness trackers record movement and a number of different metrics such as steps, heart rate, and calories burned. The use of movement and fitness trackers can provide a more objective and precise estimate of patient performance status and help identify those most at risk for adverse events and hospitaliz...

Mindful Movement for Breast Cancer Survivors

The purpose of this study is to determine if participating in a Mindful Movement Program (MMP) (learning how to be mindful in one's movement), positively affects the body's immune functions improves mindfulness and reduces worries about cancer returning. All participants will be in this study about three months.

Eye Movements and Reading Disabilities

The mechanism of the eye movement anomalies seen in dyslexic patients is not well defined. Some optometrists use observational eye movement tests as screening devices for dyslexia and advocate eye movement therapy as a treatment option for dyslexia. The reliability of the clinical eye movement tests and the efficacy of the eye movement therapies have not been determined. Saccades are the fast eye movements that move our eyes from one word to the next when we read. The ey...

Music-with-Movement Intervention for People With Early Dementia and Their Families

This study intends to use music and movement (MWM) to reduce anxiety and behavioral symptoms of people with early dementia (PWD) and their family carers in the community. It also aims to examine whether MWM can enhance the sleep quality of PWD and their family caregivers and promote their well-being. This is a mixed methods study with the quantitative paradigm being the main research approached used. The quantitative arm will be a randomized controlled trial (RCT). The q...

B Cell Differentiation in MS

Interventional study with minimal risks and constraints, prospective, monocentric.

Genotype/Phenotype Correlation of Movement Disorders and Other Neurological Diseases

The purpose of this protocol is to identify families with inherited neurologic conditions, especially movement disorders, to evaluate affected and unaffected individuals clinically, and to obtain blood samples for genetic analysis.

Assessment of Movement Skills in Autism Spectrum Disorder

this study is to explore the degree of impairement in movement skills in children with autistic spectrum disorders

GADGET-PD Genetic and Digital Diagnosis of Essential Tremor and Parkinson's Disease Trial

The proposed study will capitalize on the early predictive information stored in an individual's genetic risk for Parkinson Disease (PD) in combination with the subtle features of tremors that can be extracted from movement data gathered by modern compact accelerometers in order to determine if accurate discrimination of essential tremor (ET) from PD can be achieved. Both of these technologies have a proven but somewhat limited ability to inform diagnosis of PD or differentiati...

French Validation of the Memorial Anxiety Scale for Patients With Prostate Cancer.

A specific scale allowing the measure of anxiety of patients with protate cancer has been designed and validated but the French version needs to be validated. This study aims at validating the French translation of this scale.

Apathy in Tourette Syndrome and Changes in Quality of Life

Tourette syndrome is a complex neuropsychological disorder with both motor and vocal tics associated with multiple psychological co-morbidities. Apathy has not been widely studied in patients with Tourette syndrome. Apathy can result in decrease in self-care and disease control. In this study investigators will compare the occurrence of apathy in the adolescent Tourette syndrome population (at the UF center for movement disorders and Neurorestoration) to an age and gender match...

Effect of Virtual Reality Game on Upper Limb Movement in Individuals With Stroke

Individuals with stroke show abnormal movement pattern of upper limb. The movement pattern needs to be corrected. There are several methods to train normal movement. Exercise with technology is an active movement and affects sensory and cognitive systems. It may benefit to individuals with stroke in training.

Observational Study to Evaluate Efficacy and Remission Status for Schizophrenia Patients Under Atypical Treatment

The objective of this study is to evaluate under routine clinical setting the efficacy and remission status from treatment of 2nd-generation antipsychotic in patients who is upon acute episode or not achieving remission under regular treatment from schizophrenia/schizoaffective disorder. This study will collect in real-life practice the severity of schizophrenia by Clinical Global Impression (CGI), also evaluate the criteria of schizophrenia remission applying 8 items of Positi...

Ankle Kinesio Taping vs Mulligan Mobilization With Movement

The aim of the study is to compare the effects of Kinesio taping and Mulligan's mobilization with movement technique on balance, muscle strength and flexibility in healthy ankles . Patients will randomly be divided into 4 groups: Kinesio taping (KT) group, sham Kinesio taping (SKT) group, Mulligan's mobilization with movement (MWM) group and sham mobilization with movement (SMWM) group . Kinesiotape will be applied both ankles as "Correction technique" in KT group, 'Posterolate...

Effects of Fetal Movement Counting in Third Trimester of Pregnancy

The aim is to test effects of using formal kick counting chart in the third trimester of pregnancy in an unselected population. The research questions are: Does Fetal Movement Counting: 1. Improve the identification of risk pregnancies/pathology? 2. Affect the women's well-being? 3. Stimulate maternal-fetal attachment antepartum?

Study of the Ability of a New Technique to Effectively Diagnose Movement Disorders

Sante Fe is an investigation of a new technique to distinguish between different types of movement disorders, specifically organic versus functional, by observing changes in involuntary movements in two different situations.

Functional Movement Analysis of Handball Players

RELATIONSHIP OF FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT ANALYSIS WITH INJURY HISTORY AND ATHLETIC PARAMETERS IN HANDBALL ATHLETES Abstract Objectives: Handball is a popular sport in many countries. There is lack of knowledge about handball athlete's functional movement capacity. The aim of this study is to investigate the Functional Movement Screen (FMS™) scores, to evaluate the injury risks of handball athletes and to determine its relationship with athletic performance. Design: Observa...


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