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Seizure Advisory System Feasibility Study

The purpose of this prospective, single-arm, unblinded, multicenter clinical study is to evaluate the safety and effectiveness of the NeuroVista Seizure Advisory System (SAS) in patients with medically refractory epilepsy. A total of 10 subjects will be implanted at up to three study sites.


Homeless Female Offenders Returning to the Community

In Phase I of this R34, the team from the University of California Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Irvine researchers plan to utilize the successful community participatory approaches to refine a gender-sensitive criminogenic needs -focused intervention program, Female Ex-Offender Mentoring in Care (FEM-CARE), with the help of a community advisory board, composed of homeless female offenders (HFOs) and addiction staff; and finalize strategies which will be validated by focus gr...

A Decision Aid for Women With Early Stage Breast Cancer

To enhance information transfer and decision making for women with breast cancer.


Evaluation and Characterization of Motion Sickness on Passengers Sailing on the Astrolabe

Sea sickness syndrome is present for 80% of persons on board when the boat rotation missions Astrolabe, sometimes there is a risk of very significant dehydration. A special unit specialized in the fundamental study of the vestibular system (inner ear), sensory organ at the base of visual-vestibular conflict inducing this syndrome, also provides medical support for parabolic flights (flight reproducing weightlessness) where this syndrome is strongly present. The goal of the stud...

Digital Literacy Promotion Among Medicaid Children

This study evaluates the effects of digital versus standard literacy promotion, as well as dialogic language behaviors and reading comprehension among infants when comparing the use of e-books to standard board books. Around half of the participants will receive standard board books at the 6, 9, and 12 month well visits, while the other half will receive digital e-books.

Tissue Interface Pressures in Athlete Medical Extraction

This study aims to establish clinical evidence for the use of scoop stretchers in the sports setting for spinal immobilisation and transport compared to the traditionally used long back boards through measuring tissue interface pressures over forty five minutes. All participants will be placed on both the scoop stretcher and the long back board for forty five minutes each, with at least 45 minutes between the two tests. A special mat that measures the pressure of the body again...

Personalized Therapy of Molecular Tumor Board Participation With the Guidance of Next Generation Sequencing

This study seeks to evaluate the clinical value of the personalized therapy model with the guidance of Molecular Tumor Board (MTB) after Next Generation Sequencing(NGS), and to track patient outcomes.

Safety and Local Tolerability of Prevenar in Indian Children

This postmarketing surveillance study will evaluate the safety profile of Prevenar in Indian children. Prevenar is indicated for active immunization of infants and children from 6 weeks of age through 9 years of age against invasive disease (including meningitis, bacteraemic pneumonia, bacteraemia, sepsis) caused by Streptococcus pneumoniae serotypes 4, 6B, 9V, 14, 18C, 19F and 23F. Prevenar has been marketed in India since June 2006. The Board of Health in India has gi...

Educational Interventions for Patients With DCIS

The purpose of this study is to determine whether adding an educational intervention, in the form of a decision board, which outlines the risks and benefits of treatment options for DCIS, at the time of the first surgical consultation will improve decision making for women with DCIS.

Extremity Manipulation Impact on Postural Sway Characteristics

The focus of this study is to explore the effect of upper and lower extremity chiropractic adjustments (manipulation) as well as surface condition (hard surface vs rocker board) on multisegmental postural control as represented by postural sway. Using a rocker (tilt) board, the participant cannot stand still, but has to adjust posture continuously to maintain balance. Body sways are considered to be self-induced because the design of the rocker board creates a natural instabili...

Monitoring Treatment Response With On-board DWI During Neo-adjuvant Chemo-radiation for Rectal Cancer Using Magnetic Resonance-guided-radiotherapy Systems

feasibility of using a diffusion sequence of a MRgRT system as an early marker of treatment response during nRCT of rectal adenocarcinoma.

Behavioral Sleep Intervention in Adult Family Homes

Sleep disturbances are widespread among demented residents of board and care homes and are a leading cause for transfer into nursing homes. This study is a randomized controlled clinical trial to evaluate the efficacy of a 4-week Sleep Education Program (SEP) for demented residents of board and care homes who are experiencing sleep disturbances. Residents of adult family homes (board and care homes with 2-6 residents) will be randomized into SEP or usual care control. Analysi...

Predicting and Addressing Colonoscopy in Safety Net Settings

The prospective cohort study will evaluate the effectiveness of patient navigation in community health center settings. The investigators will collaborate with the advisory board, composed of key clinicians and patients, researchers, and policymakers, to establish a procedure to conduct and evaluate a patient navigation program that aims to increase rates of follow-up colonoscopy among diverse patient populations served by safety net clinics. Phase 1 will be a milestone-driven ...

The Impact of Patient Positioning and Use of Belly Board on Small Bowel and Urinary Bladder Volume Irradiated in Patients Receiving Radiotherapy for Rectal Cancer: A Prospective Phase II Study

Radiotherapy has a significant impact on local control, disease free survival and overall survival in patients with rectal cancer T2, N1, M0 and T3-4, any N, M0. Treatment is accompanied by side effects, mainly due to the inclusion of the small bowel and urinary bladder in the treatment fields. Two major modalities have been pursued to reduce the volume of small intestine and urinary bladder in treatment volume. One is a surgical procedure, such as absorbable mesh. These ...

Molecular Tumor Board at the Center for Personalized Medicine Tübingen

Molecular Tumor Board at the Center for Personalized Medicine

Use of an Interactive Video Game as Part of a New Amputee Rehabilitation Program

Purpose: The investigators wish to determine if a rehabilitation program for subjects with new, trans-tibial amputations that has the balance portion of the program augmented by the use of the Nintendo Wii fit ™ balance board improves their performance. Hypothesis: The investigators hypothesize that subjects will benefit from the use of the device and that this will manifest as an improvement on outcome measures.

Cameroon Baptist Convention Health Board Chronic Hepatitis B Cohort Study

The natural history and response to therapy of chronic hepatitis B infection in West Africa are currently poorly understood. In this study, employees of the Cameroon Baptist Convention Health Board (CBCHB) and spouses who are found to be hepatitis B positive on screening will be offered enrollment. Disease monitoring and treatment will be provided following current WHO guidelines. Clinical data will be prospectively recorded for 5 years, and bio-specimens will be frozen for fut...

Developing Asthma Interventions Using Community Based Research

The purpose of this study is to identify community resources and challenges in improving the health of community members with asthma. The primary goal of this project is to use Community-Based Participatory Research methodology to develop interventions aimed at improving asthma management in high-risk African American asthmatics. This "ground-up" longterm approach has never been tested before in asthmatics. The primary goal of this study will be accomplished with four specific...

Safety Study of GBS Following Menactra Meningococcal Vaccination

We are conducting a large, record-based study to assess the risk of Guillain-Barré Syndrome (GBS), a serious demyelinating disease, following immunization with the tetravalent meningococcal conjugate vaccine (Menactra) that is currently recommended for all adolescents. The study was requested by CDC and FDA because of an unexpected number of case reports to the CDC's Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS). The study protocol was designed by the investigators, with inp...

Enhancing SKIN Health and Safety in Aged CARE

Aged long-term care receivers are affected by various adverse skin conditions like pressure ulcers, incontinence-associated dermatitis, dryness, intertrigo and many more. Prevention of these skin problems and the provision of general hygiene and skin care activities are key areas of nursing practice. Numerous condition specific guidelines are available and are implemented separately. The more guidelines exist, the more difficult it is for nurses to implement them all. On the ot...

Bad News- Diagnosis: Epilepsy in Childhood

"Bad news" are defined as"any information which adversely and seriously affects an individuals` view of future. Families of chronic ill children are exposed to a high stress load. This project is to investigate the stress burden directly after diagnosis of epilepsy in childhood and coping capabilities in the course of time and how quality of communication at the time of diagnosis effects stress perception and coping behaviour in the following 12 months. Perceived/ experi...

Effects of the Nintendo Wii Fit Game Training on Balance

This study is a single-blinded prospective longitudinal randomized controlled trial (RCT). The experiment took place over a period of eight weeks. Elderly participants were randomized into two groups (intervention and control). Participants of each group were followed-up carefully by assessors over three times per week, for a total of 24 sessions and during the data collection periods as well. Dynamic and static balance measures were compared between the groups on two occasions...

Balance and Anti-Epileptic Drugs

Patients with epilepsy exercise less than the general population. A barrier to exercise may be the effect of antiepileptic drugs on balance and reaction time. This proposal endeavors to study the effect of two common antiepileptic drugs (levetiracetam and lamotrigine) on balance and reaction time using a Wii balance board and reaction time test. This will be tested at descending doses in an epilepsy monitoring unit. Drug levels will be monitored, as well as center of pressure, ...

Human Samples and Data Repository

This protocol will enable IRB (institutional review board) review of proposed research using human samples and data collected under the terminated NIH studies 04-EI-0065 and 96-EI-0096. Data and samples may include demographic and personal health information, psychological or psychiatric testing, blood, urine, CSF or other body fluids or tissues and results of medical and physiological evaluation and medical imaging. Data and sample analyses are limited to those approved under...

Text4Peds: Short Message Service Evaluating Medical Student Education

In this study, third year medical students on the pediatric clerkship will be randomized to receive either only written educational material (review journal articles) or written educational material plus daily text messages consisting of board style questions with online answers. The students' performance on the National Board of Medical Examiners (NBME) Pediatric Subject Evaluation will be compared between the two groups.


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