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This trial studies the impact of drug shortages on oncology care delivery. Gathering information about cancer drug shortages over time may help researchers improve access to drugs during times of shortages.
The Swiss Conference of Cantonal Health Directors has transferred the planning of highly specialized medicine to a specialized body under the direction of the Swiss Academy of Sciences. This specialist body has defined the treatment of critically ill as part of highly specialized medicine and founded the Swiss Trauma Registry at 12 hospitals in Switzerland. The registry is designed to provide a consistent and standardized approach and treatment outcomes in the short and long te...
There is an urgent need to increase advance care planning among older adults in order to ensure that patients receive care of the end of life that is consistent with their values and preferences. Emergency departments (EDs) provide an opportunity to reach a large proportion of older adults who have not yet completed advance care planning at a time when they are likely to recognize the need for such planning. The purpose of this pilot is to examine the potential of a video-suppo...
This study will test whether incentivizing pre-workout activities (i.e., planning workouts) is more effective than incentivizing actual workouts. This study has two conditions: planning condition (with incentives for planning) vs. output (with incentives for working out). The focus of the incentives will be reinforced by three text messages per week and weekly emails.
This study aims to explore the effect of an adjuvant semi-individualized Chinese medicine treatment plan on type 2 diabetic patients with stages 2 to 3 chronic kidney disease and macroalbuminuria. This study will collect preliminary data on treatment effect, variance, recruitment rate and attrition rate for the planning of a subsequent clinical trial.
The purpose of this study is to improve discharge planning effectiveness by comparing two strategies [on-Demand Discharge Planning (DDP) vs. Routine Discharge Planning (RDP)], in terms of reduction of hospital readmissions for inpatients classified at intermediate risk of complex discharge using the simplified Blaylock Risk Assessment Screening Score (BRASS).
The study looks at how the study medicine (NNC9204-1177) affects other medicines in the body. Participants will get the study medicine and 5 other medicines which have all been approved by the authorities. Participants will get 1 injection of the study medicine each week for 11 weeks. The study medicine is injected under the skin in the stomach area. All injections will be given by study staff. Participants will get 5 medicines as tablets, capsules or syrup to be taken with wat...
Three-dimensional (3D) printing has gained popularity in medicine over the last decade. Once 3D printers have become more affordable, the true strength of this technique has been recognized because of its ability to obtain anatomical models based on the unique characteristics of each patient. Liver resections are challenging operations because of the complex nature of the liver and venous anatomy within the liver, so 3D imaging is a promising new tool for surgical planning.
Recent institutional research has demonstrated that black and Latinx patients are significantly less likely to be admitted to cardiology and more likely to be admitted to general medicine for their inpatient heart failure (HF) care. Subsequent HF care on general medicine has been demonstrated to have worse outcomes including lower rates of follow-up with cardiology and higher readmission rates. Given this, this project is a institutional quality improvement initiative, with a s...
To demonstrate that radiotherapy treatments for bladder cancer can be delivered with greater accuracy using a new planning method and that this method can be used simply and effectively by those delivering treatment.
Advance care planning among patients with cognitive disorders poses unique challenges to clinicians. To improve planning in patients with Alzheimer's disease and other dementias, the researchers suggest a routine, standardized approach to these conversations. The main outcome measure is the rate of entry of Advance Directive completion in the patient's Electronic Health Record (EHR). A control group of similar patients from another provider specializing in cognitive disorders w...
A comprehensive approach to the evaluation of alignment in spinal surgery patients - through preoperative planning, intraoperative assessment, and postoperative confirmation - has not been well-studied. This study aims to assess the value of such planning through clinical and radiographic outcomes.
Currently the Planning Target Volume (PTV) and Planning Organs at Risk Volume (PRV) margins used for pediatric radiation treatments are empiric; therefore, a quantitative assessment of these margins is needed to improve treatment planning and delivery of the radiation therapy.
This study looks into how the type 2 diabetes medicine, semaglutide, can prevent risk of heart disease complications and stroke. Participants will either get semaglutide or placebo ("dummy" medicine) - which treatment is decided by chance. Semaglutide is a new medicine to treat type 2 diabetes and can be prescribed by doctors in some countries. The study medicine will be in a pen, and must be injected with a needle in the stomach, thigh or upper arm once a week. The study will ...
This study uses a randomized, noninferiority design to determine whether group family planning counseling is as effective as individual family planning counseling among gynecological patients with unmet need at two teaching hospitals in Ghana.
Residual leg length discrepancy is a common issue after total hip arthroplasty(THA). Digital preoperative planning may improve the accuracy of the surgical procedure and may help the surgeon to precisely predict implants sizes
Through close engagement with our patient and family member co-investigators, we have developed a video-based advance care planning aid for cancer patients and their family members who are preparing for major surgery. In this study, patients are randomized to see either the intervention video (involving advance care planning-related content) or a control video (no advance care planning-related content) prior to surgery. We hypothesize that the video will lead to more and bette...
The POST's public health impact is likely to be substantial because it will improve cancer survivorship planning, which is currently an important deficiency in cancer care recognized by the Institute of Medicine and the American College of Surgeons. The POST may have many potential benefits for patients such as: 1. improved long-term health outcomes; 2. improved psychosocial outcomes and quality of life; 3. smoother transitions back into old and new life roles; ...
The proposed, mono-institutional, randomized-controlled trial aims to determine whether the dosimetric outcomes following prostate Low-Dose-Rate (LDR) brachytherapy, planned using a novel machine learning (ML-LDR) algorithm, are equivalent to manual treatment planning techniques. Forty-two patients with low-to-intermediate-risk prostate cancer will be planned using ML-LDR and expert manual treatment planning over the course of the 12-month study. Expert radiation oncology (RO) ...
This study compares the effectiveness of two different approaches to advance care planning among older African Americans and older Whites living in the community. The two approaches are a structured approach with an advance care planning conversation led by a trained person using Respecting Choices (First Steps) and a patient-driven approach which includes a Five Wishes advance care planning form written in plain language. The study will determine which approach is more effecti...
A computer-assisted solution for acromioplasty is presented. The software allows surgeons to better plan the surgical procedure by visualizing dynamic simulation of the patient's shoulder joint during everyday activities. Impingements are dynamically detected and the exact location and amount of bone to be resected is precisely computed. As a result, the success of the acromioplasty does not only rely on the surgeon's experience or previous recommendations, but on quantitative ...
The Tunisian society of family medicine STMF proposes to coordinate a national, observational, transversal and multicenter survey, at the consultations of general medicine / family medicine.
AIMS: The project aims at investigating of the effects of three types of planning (individual planning, collaborative planning, and dyadic planning) on physical activity.The influence of three planning interventions are compared with an active control condition, including physical activity education. PARTICIPANTS: The effects of the interventions are evaluated among parent-child (aged 10-14) dyads, with a minimum of 50 dyads enrolled into the each arm of the trial (a total of ...
The aim of the present study is to develop, implement a planning tool for rare and complex visceral surgical procedures. With the successful implementation of the planning tool the study will contribute to the improvement of intraoperative processes and their outcome in low volume surgery and offer an alternative to continued centralization of surgical care especially in case of geographical or disease specific premises.
Rates of advance directive completion among Americans, even those suffering from serious chronic illness, are notoriously poor. Moreover, the contents of completed advance directives are often difficult to interpret in the face of a medical crisis. The study aims to examine patient perceptions of electronic, interactive versions of advance care planning documentation.