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Postoperative Temperature Monitoring In Brain Trauma

This prospective observational study is designed to investigate the relationship between brain temperature, axillary temperature, rectal temperature, and bladder temperature of postoperative patients with brain trauma, and the relationship between brain temperature and prognosis. This study is conducted based on the following important assumptions. First, brain temperature of postoperative patients with brain trauma should be higher than the axillary temperature, rectal tempera...


SPARK Symptom Screening and Feedback to Providers

Supportive care Prioritization, Assessment and Recommendations for Kids (SPARK) is a web-based application which builds upon the Symptom Screening in Pediatrics Tool (SSPedi) and consists of two components: (1) a symptom screening component centered on SSPedi; and (2) a supportive care clinical practice guideline (CPG) component. This proposal is a randomized controlled trial that compares daily completion of SSPedi via SPARK for 5 days with symptom feedback to healthcare provi...

Comparison Between Non-invasive Heat-flux and Invasive Core Temperature Monitoring

The body core temperature drops during general anesthesia. To maintain homeostasis, patients require warming measures. Different methods to measure body core temperature exist, which are either highly accurate but invasive, or non-invasive but non-accurate. A new monitoring device, Tcore(TM), enables a non-invasive but accurate core temperature assessment. This study is performed to quantify accuracy and bias of the Tcore system in comparison with the blood temperature, which ...


Continuous Temperature Measurement for Syndromic Surveillance

Is it possible to detect infection before it is clinically apparent? Fever is one indicator of infection. However, until recently, continuous temperature monitoring has not been feasible. With the advent of microelectronics, long battery life, and wireless transmission, it is now possible to continuously measure, record and report body temperature. For a period of 90 days, residents of a long-term care facility will have their body temperature monitored and then those measureme...

Correlation Between Core Temperature and Skin Temperature Measured by 3M SpotOn

Core temperature should be monitored under general anesthesia. Recently developed 3M Spoton skin temeprature which is applied on temporal artery is correlated with core temperature measure by esophageal prove in several studies. Conventional skin temperature over carotid artery is also correlated with core temperature in several studies. The purpose of this study is comparing 3 methods of temperature monitoring. First, conventional core temperature measure by esophageal stethos...

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...

Accuracy of Commercially Available Heart Rate Monitors II

In 2015, over 85 million fitness wearables were sold worldwide and the market is projected to expand to 110 million units sold in 2017. Of all wearable technology, fitness devices that track heart rate are predicted to be the most popular. At the elite level, commercial heart rate monitors are being used by athletes like LeBron James, Blake Griffin, and Matthew Dellavedova to monitor and alter their behaviors for peak athletic performance. Millions of ordinary consumers purchas...

Low Intensity 'Blue Light' Treatment of Seasonal Affective Disorder

One of the most frequently investigated hypothesis of the pathophysiology underlying Seasonal Affective Disorder(SAD) or so called winter depression is a disturbance of circadian rhythms. Since the circadian system is especially sensitive for the blue portion of the light spectrum, a new light therapy device with more blue light (blue enriched polychromatic light) was tested for its efficacy to treat SAD. In chronobiological terms this light is hypothesized to be more potent in...

Cross Over Convenience And Preference Study Of New Mark VII Compared To Genotropin Pen In Pediatric And Adult Subjects

Convenience and preference for the new Mark VII pen compared to the current Genotropin pen will be assessed using a questionaire. it is expected that the new pen will be preferred or at least no different to the current pen.

Randomized Study on the Effect of Oesophageal Temperature Monitoring on the Incidence of Esophageal Lesions After AF Ablation

It's a randomized pilot study to evaluate the incidence of esophageal thermal injury after left atrial ablation for the treatment of atrial fibrillation according to three different strategies of oesophageal temperature monitoring. These patientes will be divided into 3 groups with different strategies of esophageal temperature monitoring: group 1 without monitoring, group 2 monitoring with single probe thermometer and group 3 monitoring with multi-probe thermometer. Th...

Evaluation of the Reliability of Oesophageal Temperature in THOracic Surgery

Controlling hypothermia is essential in anesthesia to limit postoperative complications. Temperature monitoring is therefore essential. However, the reliability of esophageal temperature during open chest lung surgery is discussed and not accurately assessed in the literature.

Effectiveness of the Supportive and Palliative Care Review Kit (SPARK) for Cancer Patients in the Acute Hospital

Introduction There is a rising need for palliative care services in Singapore due to a rapidly ageing population and an increasing incidence of cancer. Current existing resources are inadequate - novel models of care are needed to expand access to palliative care without requiring significantly more specialist palliative care manpower. Oncologist-driven referrals to a palliative care consultation service is the norm worldwide, including Singapore. This results in variab...

Prediction Using Connected Technologies for Diabetes

In this study, adults with pre-diabetes will be prospectively enrolled for data collection to design prediction models that integrate electronic health record data and patient-generated activity data. Patients will be randomized to receive either a waist-worn or wrist-worn wearable device for 6 months to capture patient-generated activity data.

MOM's PAIN (Methylene Blue for Oral Mucositis' PAIN)

The goal of this clinical research study is to compare methylene blue (an oral rinse) to standard therapy to learn if one is better, the same, or worse than the other in controlling mucositis (mouth blisters/sores). Standard therapy may include regular analgesics (numbing medications) and mouth rinses. This is an investigational study. Methylene blue is FDA approved and commercially available to treat methemoglobinemia (a type of blood disorder). It is considered investigation...

Biomedical Shirt-based ECG Monitoring

Cardiovascular diseases (CVD) are associated with high healthcare costs, as well as are a leading cause of mortality and hospitalizations. The main challenge for today's researchers is to develop new technologies, which may help to improve diagnosis of CVD, thereby reducing healthcare costs and quality of patients' lives. Non-invasive wearable electronics offer new capabilities for the diagnosis and management of patients with CVD. Several reports with wearable electronics have...

Efficacy Test of Real-Time Upper Gastrointestinal Monitoring System

A monitoring system was developed for detecting upper gastrointestinal (UGI) rebleeding. This system consists of (1) a tiny endoscopy, (2) a wearable device, and (3) a software. The endoscopy is inserted to UGI tract via nasal cavity and then stayed there for 3 days. The wearable device is set to regularly receive the pictures from the endoscopy and sent to the software, which is able to automatically analyze whether the rebleeding occurs. This study aims to test the feasibilit...

Central Temperature Monitoring by Zero-heath-flux a Non-invasive Technic Compared to Two Invasive Technic During Surgery

Core temperature monitoring is mandatory during major surgery. The accurate techniques currently used are invasive, such as artery catheter and oesophagal probe. A new non-invasive cutaneous device, 3M SpotOn, using Zero Heath-Flux method, continuously measure core temperature. This prospective study compare the accuracy of Zero-Heath-Flux to oesophagal temperature (30 patients) and to artery catheter (20 patients) in adult patients during surgery.

Evaluation of Effectiveness of Blue Code Team After In-hospital Cardiopulmonary Arrest

This study aimed to retrospectively examine patients evaluated by the Code Blue team on a Code Blue call in our hospital between 2016-2017. Primary outcome: an examination of the survival rates and demographic data of the patients evaluated as an emergency by a Code Blue call in the period 2016-2017. Secondary outcome: to determine the rates of false Code Blue calls, the clinics giving Code Blue calls and the relationship between the times of Code Blue calls and mortality.

Quantifying Activity Using Wireless Wearable Technology

Wireless wearable devices (WWD) have been shown to be an effective means to measure patient activity and sleep-wake cycles in the ICU. However, no current studies involving WWD have demonstrated the ability of these devices to measure adverse outcomes, including delirium in critically ill patients. This study is unique because the investigators will implement monitoring with the WWD prior to extubation in the ICU to correctly measure first mobilization, as well as capture quali...

Mechanical Muscle Activity With Real-time Kinematics (M-MARK): A Novel Combination of Existing Technologies to Improve Arm Recovery Following Stroke

About 150,000 people in the UK suffer a stroke each year and ~60% with moderate to severe stroke fail to recover arm or hand use. Stroke rehabilitation is increasingly home-based following early supported discharge (ESD) from hospital to facilitate self-management and avoid problems associated with prolonged hospital stays. There is strong evidence that intensive practice and re-education of normal movement is essential for functional motor recovery, hence the NHS guideline of ...

Evaluation of a Novel Neonatal Temperature Monitor

A team of researchers at Rice University and Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital (QECH) are working to develop a low-cost temperature sensor that can continuously monitor an infant's temperature (NTM). This robust, low-cost device will allow for the individualized monitoring of each infant with alerts for hypo and hyperthermia. A reusable band placed around the infant's abdomen to hold the temperature sensor will eliminate disposable components. This study will assess the accuracy...

Interaction Between Anaesthetics and Methylene Blue

We hypothesized that pre-treatment with methylene blue could potentiate the effects of general anaesthetic agents in patients undergoing parathyroidectomy

Suitability of Unobtrusive Bed Monitoring and Wrist-worn Heart Rate Monitor for Patient Monitoring

Novel technology enables it to monitor noninvasively the vital signs of a patient. Such a monitoring is immediately required to improve patient safety and to reduce hospital readmissions. In this study, novel bed- and wearable sensors are studied for this purpose.

Breast Lymph Node Mapping

The purpose of this study is to map the arm lymphatic drainage system in the axilla with blue dye and the breast drainage system with a radioactive material. By identifying the arm lymphatics they can be protected during surgery and this may decrease the occurrence of lymphedema. The information obtained in this study may provide us with better surgical techniques to identify and protect the arm lymphatic drainage system in the axilla.

Use of Wearables in Hospitalized General Medicine Patients

This study will focus to determine the usefulness of continuous monitoring and the role it would play in improving inpatient management. The study is also conducted to collect patient's experiences regarding use of the wearable device for health monitoring. There will be no control or comparison group for this prospective cohort study. For each participant, the investigators will provide summary of their data to nurses and physicians who are directly involved in the patients' c...


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