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A Pilot Study to Evaluate the Use of the Vest® System for Treatment of Bronchiectasis Patients in the Home Setting

This a 70 patient multi-site non blinded randomized control trial evaluating the use of the Vest® System for treatment of Non-Cystic Fibrosis Bronchiectasis (NCFBE) patients in the home setting. The study will assess outcomes in subjects requiring airway clearance therapy randomized to Oscillating Positive Expiratory Pressure (OPEP) therapy as the control group and High Frequency Chest Wall Oscillation (HFCWO) therapy as the intervention group

Older Emergency Department Users and Hospitalization After an Index Visit: Results of ER2 Database

This study evaluates the recommendations of a screening tool called: ER2 (Emergency Room Evaluation and Recommendations Form).This stool is used in Emergency Department by nurses, and it supposes to measure patient risk score.

Validation of Cardiac Magnetic Resonance Sequences in Patients With Single Ventricles

Single ventricle defects make up the severe end of the congenital heart disease spectrum. The Fontan operation leads to a complete redirection of systemic venous blood outside of the heart and directly into the lungs. Patients with single ventricles suffer from multiple complications. Their survival has improved over the past decades, but is still severely compromised compared to the general population. Their evaluation includes echocardiography and functional status by histor...

Percutaneous Vertebroplasty Using Rotary Cutter for Bone Metastases

Percutaneous vertebroplasty has been applied widely to treat bone metastases. The injected cement may strengthen the affected bone to prevent pathological fractures and relieve the pain. Moreover, the thermal reaction (70°C) due to polymerisation of cement also contributes to tumour destruction. The cement dose and diffusion pattern may be significant factors for the treatment efficacy, which can be affected by the inner pressure of the metastases. The investigators will apply...

Investigating the Role of Luminal Pressure on Arteriovenous Fistula Maturation

Introduction Arteriovenous fistula (AVF) is the preferred hemodialysis vascular access due to its higher patency and lower infection rate. However, its major weakness is suboptimal maturation rate. Although that substantial risk factors for AVF maturation failure have been disclosed, a modifiable risk factor remains absent. While contemporary theory for AVF maturation failure focuses on disturbed wall shear stress, complicate assumtions and measurement preclude its clinical app...

Measurement of Age and Sex Related Changes in Nasal Tip Support Using Digital Newton Meter

Background: It is predicted that the nasal tip support will decrease with aging due to weakening of cartilage and connective tissues. However, there is no consensus on the age at which this change began. It is quite difficult to evaluate the nasal tip support, while the ideal nasal tip support pressure is also not known. The aim of this study is to determine the nasal tip support pressure alterations in various age groups, by measuring nasal tip support with a Newton met...

Virus-specific Activated T Lymphocytes From a Donor in Hematopoietic Progenitor Transplanted Patients

Marrow transplanted immunocompromised patients with cytomegalovirus (CMV) viral infection will be treated with CMV activated T-Lymphocytes. T-Lymphocytes will be obtained through an apheresis from a compatible donor. Safety and immunoreconstitution parameters in blood samples will be assessed up to +60 days after the treatment.

Translation of a Diagnostic Test for Lupus Flare Prediction From Bench to Clinic

This study is investigating the development of a diagnostic test intended to predict flares in patients with Systemic Lupus Erythematosus. Over a six-month period, the participant will donate blood samples for researchers to evaluate the types of proteins that are in their blood. During this time the participant will also visit a research physician to undergo a physical exam that will include an evaluation of the disease's level of activity. Questionnaires will be answered too,...

The Relation Between Common Carotid Artery Diameter and Central Venous Pressure for Assessment of Intravascular Fluid Status After Major Surgeries: An Observational Study

Recently, bedside ultrasound has become an important tool for the simple and non-invasive hemodynamic assessment of critically ill patients. This applies not only to echocardiography but also to ultrasound of large extra-thoracic veins. The sonography can provide real time assessment of the vascular system and hemodynamic status at the bedside. To our knowledge, there is one report about the association between sonographically assessed carotid artery diameter and intravascular...

Impact of Oral Glucose Tolerance Test on Extent of Hemoglobin Glycation

The glycation extent of human hemoglobin is under control of the Maillard reaction, a chemical interaction between an amino acide and a reducing sugar. About 5% ( 31.1 mmol/mol) of hemoglobin molecules secluded in a red blood cell are glycated; excessive values > 6.5% point to prediabetes or overt diabetes mellitus. To ascertain the diagnosis doctors prescribe oral glucose tolerance upon which glucose concentrations in blood increase - how much HbA1c reacts under these circumst...

Family Resilience Initiative Research Program

University Le Bonheur Pediatric Specialists (ULPS) and Le Bonheur Community Health and Well-Being, Maternal Child Department, have started the Family Resilience Initiative (FRI) in the ULPS General Pediatrics Clinic. This clinical program screens children 9 to 48 months of age for Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and Social Determinants of Health (SDH) at the time of presentation for well child checks. Children with positive screens for ACES and/or SDH, and their adult care...

Blood-Flow Restriction Exercise Following a Knee Replacement

This study will determine the safety and efficacy of using blood-flow restriction exercise enhancement (B-FREE) to overcome persistent quadriceps muscle weakness that occurs following a total knee replacement (TKR).

AVACEN Hand Heating on Fasting Blood Glucose

A double-blind crossover randomized controlled trial to investigate the effects of the AVACEN device on fasting blood glucose. The AVACEN device creates negative pressure around the hand while heating the palm. Two sham devices, one providing heat but no vacuum and one providing neither heat nor vacuum were also used. Each subject was tested while using each of these three devices on separate visits. Subjects arrived in the morning following an overnight fast. Fasting blood glu...

Oral Abuse Potential Study of Nalbuphine

The purpose of this study is to measure the effects of a drug called nalbuphine (an opioid drug) compared with the effects of hydromorphone (an opioid drug) and placebo (contains no active drug ingredients). The amount of nalbuphine levels in the blood will also be measured and the safety of the study drugs will be evaluated. This study has 2 parts: Part A and Part B.

The Study of Different Sedative Medications in Monitored Anesthesia Care During Eye Surgery With Local Anesthesia

Due to the delicacy and long duration of the procedure, ophthalmic surgery put forward higher requirements to anesthesia management: 1. The patient with local anesthesia without sedation is in a state of awareness, which will cause intense stress resulting in increased blood pressure, heart rate, muscle tension and even sense of pain; 2. Traction of extraocular muscles and eyeballs can induce oculocardiac reflex, followed by bradycardia, atrial or ven...

Open-label Study of Anakinra in MPS III

Sanfilippo syndrome, or mucopolysaccharidosis type III (MPS III), is a disorder of metabolism, associated with insufficient production of a lysosomal enzyme needed for normal cell function. As a consequence of the cellular dysfunction, patients with this disorder develop progressive, irreversible neurodegeneration. Sadly, to date no evidence-based treatments are available. Inflammation has been connected with disease pathogenesis in the MPS disorders. Therapies aimed at ...

Project Arthritis Recovering Quality of Life Through Education - Hip

Introduction: One in four people are at risk of developing symptomatic hip OAH. Perhaps the greatest potential for improvement in OAH treatment is to approach the early stages of pathology, since total hip arthroplasty was considered 20th century surgery, with high cost-effectiveness in patients who are not responding to clinical treatment. Joint lavage with saline shows significant pain relief in patients with knee and hip OA. In addition, when the saline solution is injected...

Older Emergency Department Users and Short-term Adverse Events at the Index Visit

This study evaluates the difference between PRISMA-7 and ER2 tool. There are some differences between PRISMA-7 and ER2 tool. The differences consist in evaluation criteria that are used to perform the both surveys. We suppose that evaluation criteria of PRISMA-7 is not accurately enough to calculate the length of hospital stay and to predict the short-term outcomes.

AVACEN Treatment Method and Postprandial Blood Glucose

A double-blind crossover randomized controlled trial to investigate the effects of the AVACEN device on postprandial blood glucose. The AVACEN device creates negative pressure around the hand while heating the palm. Two sham devices, one providing heat but no vacuum and one providing neither heat nor vacuum were also used. Each subject will use each of these three devices during the first hour of a 2-hour oral glucose tolerance test on separate visits. Subjects arrived in the m...

Carbohydrate Intake and Gut Hormone Release During Exercise

It is well known that following a single session of moderate-to-high intensity exercise individuals experience a temporary suppression of hunger and a delay in the commencement of eating. This effect is believed to be due to changes in blood concentrations of specific hormones released from the gut that influence appetite. Individuals undertaking physical activity often consume foods immediately before exercise in order to improve their performance. However, it is currently un...

Assessment of ProEnkephalin to Detect Acute Kidney Injury (AKI)

Researchers are observing the values of proEnkephalin (PENK) via a blood draw in hospitalized patients that are volume overloaded requiring diuresis. If changes in PENK are found, physicians may predict values of change in kidney function during treatment.

The Influence of Different Thyroid Autoantibodies on Thyroid Function and Pregnancy Outcome After Assisted Reproductive Technology

The influence of thyroid autoantibodies on thyroid function in pregnancy after fertility treatment is not well known. The objectives of the present study are: 1. To monitor the course of thyroid function during pregnancy and to compare between women with and without thyroid autoantibodies. 2. Compare pregnancy outcome between women with and without thyroid antibodies

Immunomodulation Analysis of Radiation Therapy in Pediatric Malignant Brain Tumors

To investigate the effect of radiotherapy on peripheral blood immune cell composition and function in pediatric malignant brain tumor patients.

Diastolic Hyperemia Free Index for Assessment of Moderate Coronary Stenoses

A total of 106 subjects will be enrolled at up to 3 sites. Initial enrollment will occur at Washington University only. After 15 subjects have been enrolled at the primary site and no serious adverse events or protocol events have occurred the additional sites will be trained and added to enrollment.

Glutamine Supplementation in People With Immune Dysregulation

Background: Glutamine is an amino acid. People get amino acids from food or from the body s cells. The body needs amino acids to stay healthy. Glutamine might help treat some people with immune system problems like atopic dermatitis. Objective: To study the safety and effectiveness of glutamine supplements for people with certain immune system problems. Eligibility: People ages 5-65 with atopic dermatitis and other immune system problems Design: ...

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