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Study of Sodium Bicarbonate in Restoring Blocked Catheters

This is a study looking at the use of sodium bicarbonate to restore the flow of blocked central line devices in patients with blood cancers. Central line devices uses thin tubes that are placed into a vein in the body to give medicines, fluids, nutrients, blood products, etc. Sometimes, the lines become blocked. The standard procedure to get the line working again is to use alteplase, a protein that dissolves blood clots. While blood clotting is one cause of a blocked l...


HIV/STI Prevention Among Black Adolescents With Mental Illnesses (Project GOLD)

Despite advances in HIV/sexually transmitted infection (STI) prevention, Black youth account for the largest number of new HIV infections among heterosexual youth. Having a mental illness contributes to HIV/STI risk among heterosexually active Black youth, as some use sex as a means to manage psychological distress, regulate emotions and receive validation or acceptance. Current intervention models focus on cognitive-behavioral strategies to reduce risk among adolescents; howev...

Local Infusion of Ropivacaine for Post-Op Pain Control After Osseocutaneous Free Flaps

Head and neck oncologic surgery often requires the use of free tissue transfer, or microvascular reconstruction, to reconstruct defects created by tumor resections. Although there are several techniques for the reconstruction of defects, resection of large tumors leave defects that require the transfer of vascularized tissue from one part of the body to repair the defect. For example, the removal of a segment of diseased mandible requires free tissue transfer containing the com...


Transcapillary Plasma Refill in Advanced Chronic Kidney Disease

Background: Haemodynamic instability during haemodialysis has long been linked to poor cardiovascular outcomes. It does not always reflect overall hydration but rather plasma volume depletion, with a delay in plasma refill from other body compartments, and vasodilatation, mediated by endothelial factors. Our understanding of these processes remains largely incomplete. Despite our ability to monitor relative blood volume during haemodialysis our knowledge concerning the factors ...

Impact Ureteral Sheath Design During Ureteroscopy

The purpose of this study is to assess whether one of two ureteral access sheaths is safer for patients undergoing ureteroscopy. Both sheaths are FDA approved devices and commercially available. We will compare the ability of sheaths to access the kidney through the ureter and will compare damage done to the ureter after completion of the procedure. Access sheaths are standard of care for this procedure; this study seeks to optimize outcomes for patients. Patients undergoing u...

Registry of Secondary Revascularization

The study will evaluate patients with, at least, one previous procedure of coronary revascularization (surgical, percutaneous or both), that are referred for a new, clinically indicated, diagnostic coronary angiography, to describe their clinical characteristics, management, and prognosis, and will propose a prognosis-oriented classification.

Evaluation of Fluciclovine Uptake in Patients With Cervical, Ovarian Epithelial or Endometrial Cancers. Pilot Study.

An important part of staging and deciding the method of treatment is knowing areas of how cancer is involved. Diagnostic imaging is often used to determine the location of the cancer using techniques like nuclear medicine, MRI (magnetic resonance imaging), CT (computerized tomography), and ultrasound. Each technique looks for cancer in different ways and are often used together to make a better determination of the extent of disease. One of the techniques used in cancer imagin...

PHysical Activity and Exercise Outcomes in Huntington's Disease

Huntington's disease (HD) is a genetic, degenerative neurological disease that affects individuals in their third-fourth decade of life and individuals can live 15-20 years with manifest HD. The complex disease symptoms, including motor, cognitive and behavioural impairments, result in loss of functional independence and progressive escalation of healthcare costs. The personal, social and economic consequences of HD are devastating, especially as there are currently no disease ...

Electronic Monitoring and Improvement of Adherence to DOACs in Polymedicated Stroke Patients

Primary objective of the MAAESTRO trial is to evaluate the impact of an educational and reminder-based intervention on the adherence of stroke patients to DOACs. Secondary objectives are to evaluate the association between non-adherence and clinical events, to identify predictors of non-adherence and to compare objective measures of adherence with self-reporting. Key methodological instrument for this study will be the "Time4Med" pillbox with Smart/ Reminder Card. The st...

Cardiovascular Effects of Exercise in Patients With Parkinson's Disease

Abnormalities in the regulation of cardiovascular system due to autonomic nervous system (ANS) dysfunction may lead to a sudden decline in blood pressure (BP) upon standing, sitting or performing activities/exercises in patients with Parkinson's Disease (PD). This sudden decline in BP is known as 'orthostatic hypotension' (OH). OH may cause dizziness and/or black-outs, which may increase the risk of falls. As falls are potentially dangerous and disabling, it is important to pre...

The Effects of Exercise Training in Vascular Function of Patients Living With HIV

Introduction: It is well known that the infection caused by the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) is associated to a higher cardiovascular event risk. On the other hand, it is clear that the aerobic exercise training induces improvements in autonomic control and vascular function, through increases in vasodilator agents and blood vessels number. However, the investigators could not find previous works that studied the microvascular function in response to exercise training in ...

Early Versus Late CRRT in ACLF Patients With Septic Shock and AKI

Consecutive patients with ACLF (Acute on Chronic Liver Failure) and septic shock with AKI (Acute Kidney Injury) who give written informed consent will be included in this prospective trial at ILBS. At baseline s, endotoxin levels, NT-Pro BNP, , urine N-GAL will be done for all patients. A 10 ml serum sample will be stored for doing a cytokine profile. Septic shock will be defined by the presence of two or more diagnostic criteria for the systemic inflammatory response syndrome,...

Nutrition and Inflammation in Patients With Head and Neck Cancer

An estimated 1500 people in Sweden will annually be diagnosed with head and neck cancer (HNC). Five year survival is approximately 69%. Long-term sequelae are common and in particular nutritional problems and fatigue. Radiotherapy (RT) is the cornerstone of treatment, either as single modality treatment or combined modality treatment. RT can induce immune responses at the site of tumor. It has been demonstrated that RT can lead to a strong systemic immune response . We have pre...

Kinetic Anesthesia Device Study

Patients experience discomfort from lidocaine injections. Vibrating kinetic anesthesia devices have been shown to reduce pain of injections in dentistry, pediatrics, and dermatology, though no studies of lidocaine injections in sites common to dermatologic surgery exist. We will conduct a randomized split-body study, in which healthy volunteers will rate the pain of lidocaine injections on a visual analog scale, with and without the vibrating kinetic anesthesia device being use...

A Long-Term Trial Investigating Safety and Efficacy of TransCon hGH in Children With Growth Hormone Deficiency Who Have Completed a Prior TransCon hGH Clinical Trial

A multicenter, phase 3, long-term extension trial of TransCon hGH administered once-weekly in children with growth hormone deficiency (GHD) who previously participated in a phase 3 TransCon hGH trial. Approximately 400 children (males and females) with GHD will be included. All study participants will receive TransCon hGH. This is a global trial that will be conducted in, but not limited to, the United States, Poland, Bulgaria, Ukraine, Armenia, Russia and Australia.

Correlation Intraocular Pressure With Intracranial Pressure

Severe Trauma Brain Injury (TBIs) is a public health problem and monitoring of Intracranial Pressure (ICP) is a determinant key of it prognosis. Within the noninvasive methods to estimate the ICP, the measurement of intraocular pressure has been proposed because of its biological plausibility (proximity of the eye to the encephalic contend). Objective. Correlate intraocular pressure with ICP in children with TBIs and obtain their utility values.

Pre-operative Blood Lipid Level and Post-operative MACE

Whether the pre-operative blood lipid level and post-operative cardiovascular events is associated is unknown. Our study is to find out the main blood lipid and relative protein level change and the post-operative cardiovascular events occurrence.

SHCP in 4-H Using Teenagers as Teachers

In close collaboration with the Nevada County 4-H Youth Development Program, the Shaping Healthy Choices Program was implemented utilizing 4-H teenagers as cross-age teachers for younger youth. The 4-H Youth Development Program is an education program of the University of California Cooperative Extension that emphasizes learning citizenship, leadership, and life skills. The program creates positive opportunities for youth to learn, develop skills, and become engaged in their lo...

Considerations on the Transfusion Threshold in Cardiac Surgery

This is a retrospective observational study of the transfusion threshold in cardiac surgery. There is controversy in the literature regarding the transfusion threshold to be adopted, especially in a patient who has undergone cardiac surgery. Some authors suggest that the transfusion should be done in a restrictive way when a certain threshold in hemoglobin is reached, in order to avoid the risks it implies, especially infectious.This threshold is very controversial and remains...

Determining the Impact of Penicillin in Latent RHD: The GOAL Trial

Rheumatic heart disease (RHD) affects at least 32.9 million people, mostly children living in low-resource settings. Long-term intramuscular benzathine penicillin G (BPG) prophylaxis is proven to prevent progression of chronic valve changes in patients with established rheumatic heart disease (RHD) and to allow regression of valve changes in patients with a history of acute rheumatic fever (ARF) with mild RHD. However, in low-resource settings ARF is an elusive diagnosis, and m...

Evolution of Total Energy Expenditure and Its Various Components in Active Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA)Treated With Anti-TNF Agents and Comparison With Healthy Subjects

Chronic inflammation in rheumatoid arthritis is associated with adiposity, sarcopenia, cachexia, reduced activity due to functional impairment, and anti-inflammatory drugs. Patients frequently gain weight when taking anti-tumor necrosis factor (TNF) medication, prompting questions about the underlying mechanism and long-term cardiovascular and metabolic tolerance associated with these drugs The primary objective of this study is to analyze the impact of anti-TNF treatment durin...

Impact of the Central Blood Pressure Level in Cerebral Metabolic Aging: a 18F-FDG PET Study.

Cerebral glycolytic metabolism can be quantified by quantitative analysis of 18F-Fluorodeoxyglucose (18F-FDG) Positron Emission Tomography (PET). This allows to identify neurological diseases at an early stage of functional abnormalities, before any anatomical lesions, and to differentiate them from the "normal" brain aging. Aging mainly leads to atrophy with a decrease in cerebral metabolism in the prefrontal cortex, with consequent deterioration of cognitive processes, in par...

Development of a Molecular Diagnosing Platform for Relieving Periodontal Symptoms

More than ninety percent of adults in Taiwan are suspected to carry periodontal disease, which causes bad breath, swollen and bleeding gums, plaque and even tooth loss. Half of the patients, however, are ignorance these clinical syndromes because of no obvious pain. In this study, the investigators selected six periodontal disease-associated bacteria strains, including Porphyromonas gingivalis (Pg), Fusobacterium nucleatum (Fn), Actinobacillus actinomycetemcomitans (Aa), Tanner...

PROMINENT-Eye Ancillary Study (Protocol AD)

Despite improved glycemic and systemic control for many patients with diabetes, over the past several decades, diabetic retinopathy (DR) develops and progresses in a large proportion of patients, and visual loss from diabetic eye complications continues to be a leading cause of blindness in the US and other developed countries worldwide. Thus, even a modest ability to prevent DR onset or to slow DR worsening might substantially reduce the number of patients at risk for diabetes...

Plasma S-adenosylhomocysteine Levels and Endothelial Dysfunction

To investigate the relationship betweeen plasma S-adenosylhomocysteine (SAH) levels and endothelial dysfunction, we plan to enroll approximately 150 patients with high risk of cardiovascualr disease,who will be measaured the flow-mediated dilation by B-ultrasound, and then measaured the plasma levels of methionine metabolites, such as SAH, SAM, and analyze the association.


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