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Unhealthy Alcohol Drinking and Anesthetic Requirement in Women

Unhealthy alcohol drinking is negatively influencing health of people and costing a large number of annual finance via "secondhand" effects. Additionally, unhealthy alcohol use covers a spectrum that is associated with varying degrees of risk to health. The investigators hypothesized that unhealthy alcohol drinking resulted in significant increase in anesthetic requirement during general anesthesia. This investigation would clarify the association between unhealthy alcohol use ...


A Randomized Controlled Trial of Mandatory Naps for Physicians in Training

This study will consist of 2 randomized controlled trials in which we test the feasibility and effectiveness of mandatory nap programs for physicians in training. One site will be the general medical service of the Philadelphia Veterans Affairs Medical Center. The other will be the oncology service of the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. The primary outcome will be the amount slept while on call.

Age-Dependent Memory Benefits From Pharmacologically Enhanced Naps?

The purpose of this study is to investigate whether 1. pharmacologically enhanced naps will show increases in specific sleep stages 2. whether these sleep stages will produces specific increases on memory tests 3. whether older adults will benefit more than young adults from increased SWS or Stage 2 on subsequent declarative and motor memory tests.


Effect of Naps on Decision Making of Residents.

Sleep deprivation produces changes including alteration of mood, irritability, fatigue, less focus and disorientation, also perceptive distortions, visual hallucinations and considering tasks harder and less pleasant. In resident phsycians, these alterations have been shown to affect their work performance. Naps have proved to improve arousal and attention, alertness and performance. Those longer than 90 minutes promote a learning process similar to that ocurring in REM sleep. ...

Financial Incentives, Randomization With Stepped Treatment (FIRST) Trial

The investigators plan to determine the effectiveness of contingency management (CM) plus stepped care for unhealthy alcohol use in HIV-positive patients.

Biological Triggers of Depression in Pregnancy

The goal of the study is to define and measure biological processes that contribute to the underlying pathophysiologic process of peri-partum depression to be used for identifying those at risk for developing it. This knowledge may also generate novel drug targets for peripartum depression that may be applicable to other types of depression.

Advanced MRI in Major Depression

Depression is the most common psychiatric disorder. - 3-5% of a given population has major depression. - Less than 50% of the depressed in Denmark are diagnosed with major depression. - 25-50% of the depressed have a relative with major depression-underlying brain pathology? The purpose of this study is to use MRI to evaluate cerebral morphology and function in ambulant patients with major depression

Low-dose Ketamine and Postpartum Depression in Parturients With Prenatal Depression

Postpartum depression is common in mothers early after childbirth and produces harmful effects not only on mothers, but also on infants and young children. Parturietns with prenatal depression are at increased of postpartum depression. Low-dose ketamine can be used for antidepressant therapy. We hypothesize that low-dose ketamine has a therapeutic effect on parturients with prenatal depression. This study is designed to investigate wheather low-dose ketamine administered during...

The Clinical Research on the Relationship Between Depression and Gut Microbiota in TBI Patients

Microbiome studies may be highlighted as crucial in the development of depression for TBI patients. The microbiota-gut-brain connection may further provide an opportunity for microbiota manipulation to treat the TBI patients with depression.This study is to investigate whether exist the relationship between depression and circadian rhythm of patients with TBI or not and focus the study on the potential of the host-microbiota interaction in regulating depression.

Physiological and Cognitive Biomarkers for Ketamine's Antidepressant Effects

Anxious depression is a particularly difficult-to-treat subtype of depression. Patients with anxious depression do not respond as well to currently available antidepressant medications. Nevertheless, in previous studies, low dose IV ketamine, which rapidly decreases symptoms of depression within hours in many patients with "treatment-resistant" depression, has been associated with superior efficacy in those individuals with anxious compared with non-anxious depression. In order...

Addressing Emotional and Cognitive Factors in Behavioral Weight Loss Treatment

Behavioral weight loss, the current treatment of choice for moderate obesity, achieves impressive short term results, however, weight regain following treatment is a major problem. Over 50% of participants in behavioral weight loss programs report difficulty with internal antecedents to unhealthy weight control behaviors and this difficulty is associated with weight regain following treatment. Current treatment approaches do not adequately address these antecedents. The aim of ...

Diagnosis of Depression Among Adolescents

The objective of the study is to improve general practitioners' diagnoses of adolescent depression. Major depression is ranked fourth in the worldwide disability impact. The proportion of adolescents suffering from depressive disorders also seems to be increasing worldwide. Early interventions are known to reduce this illness. Therefore, the earlier depression can be identified in adolescents, the greater the advantage.

Mifepristone in Refractory Depression

The purpose of the study is to examine the effectiveness of mifepristone treatment in patients with refractory depression. Refractory depression is defined as clinical depression that is unimproved after treatment with at least 2 different antidepressants of adequate dose and time trial. Mifepristone will augment current medications.

Study Comparing VERSAJET With Conventional Surgical Procedures in the Removal of Unhealthy Tissue From Lower Limb Ulcers

The purpose of this study is to compare the VERSAJET™ device with conventional surgical procedures (performed with a scalpel) in the debridement (removal of unhealthy tissue) of lower limb ulcers. It is hypothesised that the time taken to debride lower limb ulcers will be quicker with the VERSAJET™ device than with conventional surgical procedures.

Evaluation of Depression Symptoms and Brain Activity Associated With Response to Treatment of Depression

This study will use measurements of depression symptoms and brain activity to determine what factors may influence an individual's response to treatment for depression.

Leveraging Technology to Address Unhealthy Drug Use in Primary Care Settings

This study will develop a clinical decision support tool that assists primary care providers in carrying out substance use interventions, and then compare (in Phase 2) two clinical scenarios, screening only (SO) vs. SUSIT, (on dose of substance use brief intervention received) and changes in drug use at 3 and 6 months, among primary care patients. Investigators will develop the Clinical Decision Support (CDS) component and then test the full SUSIT approach, using mixed methods ...

Measuring Quality of Decisions About Treatment of Depression

The purpose of this randomized controlled trial is to examine the impact of a patient decision aid on the quality of decisions about managing symptoms of depression. In particular, we will examine whether the decision aid increases knowledge about depression/managing depression symptoms and concordance between goals and treatment choices.

Feasibility of Depression Care Management by E-Mail

This study will test whether an electronic system that monitors and sends messages to help people with depression could be feasible, acceptable, and potentially effective as a treatment.

Sustaining Patient-centered Alcohol-related Care

Alcohol use is the third greatest cause of disability and death for US adults. Care for unhealthy alcohol use is lacking in most primary care settings. This project will implement two types of evidence-based care for unhealthy alcohol use in the 25 primary clinics of a regional health system—Group Health (GH). These include preventive care and treatment. Preventive care consists of alcohol screening, and for patients who screen positive, brief patient-centered counseling. Tre...

Telemonitoring Enhanced Support for Depression Self Management

The objective of this research is to test the efficacy of "CarePartners for Depression" (CP-D) intervention, which was designed to increase between visit monitoring of depression status and enhance self-management. **In order to participate, subjects must be patients at participating clinics: Alcona Health Center, Cherry Street Health Services, Dua Family Practice, Morang Chester.

Perinatal Depression Treatment in a Pediatric Setting- Pilot Phase

The purpose of this project is to test whether a new model of collaborative care depression treatment adapted to the needs and preferences of low-income, urban mothers with perinatal depression and to a pediatric clinic setting increases engagement in and adherence to perinatal depression treatment.

Improving Outcomes of Depression in Primary Care

Depression is common in primary care settings, and associated with substantial physical and psychosocial impairment and increased healthcare utilization. Despite efforts to educate primary care providers, depression is often undetected or undertreated in primary care settings. The main objective of this study was to determine the impact of a low-intensity, care management intervention on depression treatment outcomes of patients in a VA primary care setting.

Therapy Targeting Depression and HIV Treatment Adherence (The TRIAD Study)

This study will test a therapy for both helping people adhere to their HIV medication regimens and treating them for depression.

Testing the Neuroscience of Guided Learning in Depression

Major depression is a prevalent and impairing illness. To better understand the basic science and treatment of depression, the investigators study the behavioral and brain processes associated with learning in depression and how potential disruptions in learning may be repaired. Understanding different methods that change learning may lead to novel treatments that contribute to recovery in people with depression.

Depression Treatment in General Medical Settings

The purpose of this study was to examine the effect of a new disease management model for depression, the Collaborative Depression Management Program (CDMP), designed to improve clinical outcomes and increase depression treatment in general medical settings.


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