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A Randomized Clinical Study of Precision TACE (P-TACE) With Surefire

The purpose of this research study is to learn about 2 types of FDA-approved catheters used in angiographic (X-ray of blood vessels, with radiopaque substance) procedures like DEB-TACE treatment. The Principal Investigator will check the beads given during the DEB-TACE. They will compare the way in which they are spread out in the tumor and density (how condensed something is).


CArdio PulmOnary Exercise Testing and IntRAvenous Iron- 'CAPOEIRA-I STUDY'

Red blood cells contain a chemical called haemoglobin which carries oxygen from the lungs around the body. When the amount of haemoglobin is reduced, we say that a patient is 'anaemic'. Anaemia can have many causes, but affects about a third of patients having major surgery in hospital. After their operation these anaemic patients are more likely to suffer serious complications. This may be because the body needs extra oxygen - and so enough haemoglobin - to heal and recover su...

The Find Your PATHS (Pragmatic Assessment of a Tool to Help Survivors) to Sexual Health and Parenthood Study

Concerns with sexual health and fertility are common among cancer patients, survivors and their partners. Literature reviews suggest that over 60% of survivors have reproductive health problems yet fewer than 20% get professional help. This study will test the uptake, use and effectiveness of online, interactive self-help programs for men and women with cancer. Participants in the study will receive up to 6 months of access to the self-help programs without charge. Navigation t...


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...

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...

Vectors Post Market: A Study to Assess Pain Relief Using Spinal Cord Stimulation

This is a prospective, single-arm, multi-center study evaluating the efficacy of spinal cord stimulation (SCS) therapy for pain relief using high dose (HD) stimulation parameters delivered to neural targets identified during current commercial trial stimulation procedures. The study will evaluate changes in back and leg pain from baseline to 3, 6, and 12 months.

Health Gatherings - For Your Health After Cancer

This 5-year study evaluates the effects of a 10-week group-based linguistically translated and culturally adapted cognitive-behavioral stress and self-management (C-CBSM) intervention on symptom burden and health related quality of life (HRQoL) in Hispanic men treated for localized prostate cancer (PC). About 80% PC cases are diagnosed as early disease and have a 5- and 10-year survival rate of almost 100% and 99%, respectively. Most patients receive active treatment (~70%) lea...

Cognitive Abilities in Brain Damaged Patients

The presence of damage to the central and / or peripheral nervous system resulting from pathologies of a different nature (such as multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, dementia, cranial trauma, stroke, epilepsy or other neurological syndromes) is commonly a cause of physical and mental disability. The presence of memory or language cognitive deficits is often evident at a first clinical examination. However, difficulties in cognitive areas such as decision-making, social an...

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 ...

A Study to Evaluate Conceptual Saturation of Evaluating Respiratory Symptoms (E-RS) in Subjects With Asthma

Asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) are chronic inflammatory conditions involving the small airways with airflow limitations resulting from genetic and environmental interactions. Currently, there are no existing subject diaries with evidence of responsiveness to measure the daily symptoms of asthma. Therefore, there is a need to either develop a new symptom diary to characterize subject burden of asthma symptoms or modify/adapt an existing tool from a relat...

The Getting Active Project: Improving Social Well-Being in Later Life

The many negative outcomes associated with loneliness in older people have rendered loneliness itself a new public health target. Older adults who feel lonely carry increased risk for reduced quality of life, morbidity, and mortality. The risk of premature mortality related to loneliness is at least as large as the risks arising from such factors as obesity, physical inactivity, alcohol misuse, and smoking. Volunteering is a promising intervention for reducing loneliness in lat...

Mechanisms Underlying the Regulation of Impaired Glucose Tolerance by Auricular Concha Electro-acupuncture

Impaired Glucose Tolerance (IGT) is an abnormal metabolic state following glucose metabolic steady state but prior to diabetes. IGT is an important stage during the progression of diabetes, with an underlying mechanism of insulin resistance and pancreatic β cell dysfunction. IGT is one of the diseases that shows significant beneficial response to acupuncture treatment. Original findings from the investigators'laboratory show that transcutaneous auricular vagus nerve stimulatio...

Quality of Life and Cancers in Nursing Homes

Quality of life (QOL) of nursing homes residents with cancer in France is not known. High prevalence of neurodegenerative diseases makes it difficult. It was found that oncological management is suboptimal among Poitevin territory residents. Publications report an inadequate management of symptoms of discomfort related to cancers. The multicentric study will comparate quality of life in patients with and without Cancers in nursing homes, including residents with neurodegenerat...

Combining Acceptance and Commitment Therapy With Exposure and Response Prevention to Enhance Treatment Engagement

The aim of the study was to evaluate whether integrating Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) with Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) increases the acceptability, tolerability, and adherence with ERP techniques relative to ERP without ACT. Fifty-eight adults with a DSM-IV diagnosis of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) received 16 twice-weekly sessions (2 hours per session) of either ERP with the inclusion of ACT techniques (ERP+ACT; n = 30) or ERP alone (n = 28). Asses...

Measurement Training and Feedback System: Family-Based Services

National mandates for increasing accountability in behavioral healthcare have created an urgent need for effective quality assurance (QA) procedures featuring pragmatic measures of treatment implementation quality in usual care (UC). The most practical method for assessing treatment quality in UC is therapist self-report; unfortunately, therapist-report measures of fidelity to evidence-based practices (EBPs) have demonstrated weak validity to date. This study addresses this nee...

Morphologic and Biometric Characteristics of Preexisting Posterior Capsule Defects in Congenital Cataracts During the First Year of Life

Few descriptive studies have focused on the anatomical parameters in patients with preexisting PCDs. The characteristics of cataract morphology and anatomical parameters in these patients remained unclear, when compared with CC patients with intact posterior capsule. We conduct the current study to compare the cataract morphology and preoperative parameters, including central corneal thickness, axial length, anterior chamber depth, lens thickness, corneal diameter, keratometry...

Effects of Alpha Lipoic Acid Supplementation on Metabolic Syndrome Markers in Young Overweight or Obese Males

Eight weeks supplementation of alpha lipoic acid (known superantioxidant already produced by the body) will significantly improve metabolic syndrome markers (e.g., excess body weight, blood pressure, glucose, insulin, blood lipids, and self-report measures) in young (18-25 years) overweight or obese males compared to placebo (cellulose starch). If the hypothesis is supported, alpha lipoic acid ingestion could be beneficial in reducing disease risk and enhancing metabolic dysfun...

Using a Novel Functional MRI Technique to Evaluate for Neurotoxicity

The purpose of this study is to test resting state functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (rsfMRI) scans to see if rsfMRI scans are better than the standard task based fMRI scans at diagnosing or monitoring central nervous system lymphoma.

The Effect of Positive End Expiratory Pressure on Central Venous Pressure Among Patients With Different Lung Compliance

To observe the effect of PEEP on CVP among patients with different respiratory compliance

Use of the Venous Coupler in Breast Reconstruction by Means of a Deep Inferior Epigastric Perforator: Reduction of Surgery Length and Venous Thromboses ?

This is a retrospective study performed on medical records, in order to compare the number of venous thromboses, the surgery duration, the complications rate and the duration of anastomosis in breast reconstructive surgeries by the DIEP (Deep Inferior Epigastric Perforator Flap) technique, with or without the use of a venous coupler.

Determining the Optimal Dose of Tenecteplase Before Endovascular Therapy for Ischaemic Stroke (EXTEND-IA TNK Part 2)

Patients presenting to the emergency department with acute ischemic stroke, who are eligible for standard intravenous thrombolysis within 4.5 hours of stroke onset will be assessed for major vessel occlusion to determine their eligibility for randomization into the trial. If the patient gives informed consent they will be randomised 50:50 using central computerised allocation to either 0.4mg/kg or 0.25mg/kg intravenous tenecteplase before all participants undergo endovascular t...

Superficial Serratus Plane Block for Modified Radical Mastectomy and Axillary Lymph Node Disection

Breast cancer is the most common type of cancer in women. Mastectomy and axillary lymph node disection are commonly performed as part of the cancer management. This surgery can cause significant postoperative pain. The serratus plane block (SPB) has been described for analgesia of the hemithorax and reported for many cases such as thoracoscopy, shoulder arthroscopy, breast surgery and axillary lymph node dissections. Serratus plane block may be a viable alternative to current r...

Brain Mechanisms of Overeating in Children

The proposed research will follow healthy weight children who vary by family risk for obesity to identify the neurobiological and appetitive traits that are implicated in overeating and weight gain during the critical pre-adolescent period. The investigator's central hypothesis is that increased intake from large portions of energy dense foods is due in part to reduced activity in brain regions implicated in inhibitory control and decision making, combined with increased activi...

Effectiveness of Nitrous Oxide 50% for Reducing Pain And Distress Associated With Needle-stick in Children

Venipuncture (puncturing of a vein) through the skin in order to insert a vein catheter (also know as cannula) is one of the most common needle-related medical procedures performed in children. Venipuncture is necessary for administration of sedation to facilitate motionless patient state for radiological imaging studies such as diagnostic nuclear medicine imaging or CT scan studies. The current practice for management of needle-related pain is to use needle-less topical ...

Varicocele Treatement by Endovasculer Embolization

A varicocele is a collection of varicose veins within the pampiniform (spermatic) plexus secondary to reflux in the internal spermatic vein (ISV).The condition affects 10% to 15% of the general population but is detected in as many as 40% of men undergoing an infertility workup. Depending on the method used for diagnosis, varicoceles are reported as bilateral in 17% to 77% of men. Traditionally, the diagnosis was made through clinical examination; however,as with other venous r...


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