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Does the VTS1000 Infra Red Vein Imager Allow Better Identification of Veins Than Normal Eyesight?

VueTek has developed a head mounted device that will improve the viewing of superficial, subcutaneous vasculature, differentiating it with higher contrast from surrounding tissue. Video of the vasculature is displayed to the user in a portable headset. The headset and display combination facilitates both visualization in the display and an open field of view directly to the subject's anatomy and practitioner's surroundings. The goal is to provide a non-diagnostic, enhanced visu...


Improving Quality of Colonoscopy Using a 3D-imager

Coloscopy may be a painful procedure for the patient. This is due to a loop-formation of the coloscope. A 3D-real time imager produced by Olympus creates a real-time image of the scope while a traditional fluoroscopy device will only show instant pictures. We want to investigate whether the 3D-imager causes the patient less pain and is more time consuming than ordinary fluoroscopy

Assessment of Circulatory Compromise With Ox-Imager Using a Vascular Occlusion Test Protocol

The objective of this study is to evaluate the performance of Modulated Imaging Inc.'s (MI) next generation Spatial Frequency Domain Imaging (SFDI) system to measure potential circulatory compromise.

Prostate Mechanical Imager (PMI) Clinical Bridging Study

The purpose of this study is to evaluate an imaging capability Prostate Mechanical Imager (PMI), a PC-based device utilizing a transrectal probe with pressure sensor arrays and motion tracking system, aimed at providing composite elasticity images of the prostate.

Infra Red Vein Visualization: Efficacy vs. Standard Technique

The objective of the study is to assess the efficacy of the vein visualization device AccuVein (AccuVein, Inc., Huntington, NY) in comparison to a standard technique for establishing intravenous (iv) access in the infant population (

First-In Man (FIM) Study MR-Linac

Investigational device is the Magnetic resonance imager linear accelerator. Five (5) patients with bone metastases will be treated with palliative intention in this study. The goal is to confirm the pre-clinically demonstrated technical accuracy and safety of the newly developed MR-Linac in the clinical setting.

Drug Eluting Balloons PTA in Infra-popliteal Arteries in Patients With Critical Limb Ischemia

Percutaneous transluminal angioplasty (PTA) of infra-popliteal arteries in patients suffering peripheral arterial occlusive disease (PAOD) provides good results in terms of limb salvage. During the last decade, drug eluting balloons (DEB) were found to be an effective tool for the treatment of atherosclerotic disease in several arterial districts. Aim of this study is to compare results of DEB PTA versus standard PTA of infra-popliteal district in patients with CLI, from a sing...

Infra-orbital Nerve Block for Post Operative Analgesia in Children Undergoing Cleft Lip Surgery.

this study will be undertaken to evaluate the safety and analgesic efficacy of adding ketamine to bupivacaine in bilateral infra-orbital nerve block for relief of pain postoperatively following repair of cleft lip in children less than two years of age.

Feasibility Assessment of the Blood Pressure Imager, a Continuous Blood Pressure Monitor

We are developing Blood Pressure Imager (BPI), which is a new technology that does not require cuffs or expensive equipment, and can be used by untrained individuals in underserved, low-resource environments at their own homes or regional care settings. Over the last one-year we have developed the BPI prototype, which is ready for testing. BPI is a wrist device that includes a camera, LED lights and soft membrane with a reflective coating. In this device feasibility study, the ...

Continuous Infra-Inguinal Stenting Using the FlexStar and FlexStar XL Ultra Long Metallic Self-Expanding Stent Systems

To collect both pre-market and post-market confirmatory evidence of the safety and effectiveness of the LifeStent Self-Expanding Stent System in patients with de novo and restenotic (non-stented) lesion(s) in the infra-inguinal (SFA and Popliteal) arteries.

Infra-slow Oscillations During Sleep

In this study the investigators plan to systematically characterise infra-slow EEG oscillations during sleep, explore their relationship to the microstructure of sleep, and investigate its role in the physiology and pathophysiology of sleep by co-registration of Full band EEG with polysomnography during wake and sleep in healthy subjects, after sleep deprivation, and in patients with restless legs syndrome/periodic leg movements during sleep (RLS/PLMS).

Identification of Protein Markers of Epidemiological and Clinical Interest by MALDI-TOF

Not all infectious agents have the same epidemic potential, and this can vary widely within the same species. Rapid determination of this potential is essential to optimize control of infectious diseases. It is now accepted that identification with the species is clearly insufficient to identify an epidemic and to carry out epidemiological analyzes. Indeed, if the same bacterial species can present a great diversity of strains, it is organized in clonal complexes having strong ...

Non-invasive Characterization of the Mechanisms of Atrial Fibrillation Maintenance

Currently available antiarrhythmic drugs for the treatment of atrial fibrillation (AF) have a limited efficacy and often cause long-term side effects. Pulmonary vein isolation is the therapy of choice in drug-refractory patients. Recent studies have shown that ablation have a greater efficacy in patients in whom AF is maintained hierarchically and after ablation of rotors. The non-invasive identification of specific mechanism of AF maintenance in each patient could allow the se...

Thermal Imaging as a Diagnostic Tool of Nasal Airflow

Currently, there are no tools that can measure nasal airflow in an objective manner that is non-invasive to the patient. This clinical study aims to address this by evaluating the use of thermal imaging as a diagnostic tool for measuring nasal airflow. Proper airflow cools the nasal airway as it passes--obstructions or narrowed airways hinder flow and results in elevated temperatures along the airway and nasal tissue. It is this elevation in temperature, or more specifically, ...

Contralateral Head Rotation on Internal Jugular Vein to Carotid Artery Distance and Overlap Ratio

This study aims to find out the effect of contra lateral head rotation to distance and overlapping of internal jugular vein and carotid artery at cricoid cartilage level by ultrasound guidance on the Malay race in Indonesia

Ultrasound Scanning of Vascular Access Sites

Inadvertent puncture of an unintended object in a vascular access procedure is common and can lead to serious consequences. Inadvertent common carotid artery (CCA) puncture while targeting the internal jugular vein (IJV), for example, is reported to have an incidence of 2% - 8% and usually results in localized hematoma formation. The hematoma may enlarge rapidly if the patient is coagulopathic, or if a large puncture wound is produced by the introduction of the sheath itself in...

Ultrasound Comparison of the Surface of the Subclavian and the Axillary Vein Versus the Surface of the Subclavian Vein

The main objective of this study is the demonstration of an increase of over 50% of the surface visible on ultrasound (mm2) of the axillary vein and subclavian vein in arm abduction (90 °) and external rotation (90 °) with respect to the surface of the subclavian vein along the arm body.

A Study of Hemodynamic Changes Using Near Infra-red Spectrometry (NIRS) in Infantile Epilepsy Spasms

This study will included 20 children presenting with epilepsy with spasms. It aims to offer these children, non invasively and without supplementary examinations, a recording of local and cerebral hemodynamic changes concomitant with an electroencephalographic recording during epileptic episodes. This will be carried out by combining optical imaging using near infra-red spectroscopy (NIRS) with electroencephalography (EEG), in a simultaneous high-resolution (HR) recording. ...

Effects of Infra- and Ultrasound on the Brain

Findings in neuroscientific research show that the environment one lives in has measurable effects on brain morphology and functioning. Human exposure to airborne infra- and ultrasound has been constantly increasing during the last decades. For instance, the European Renewable Energy Directive, established in 2009, lead to an increased use of wind turbines, generating infrasound. The EU Directive states that until 2020 a 20% of the EUs' total energy needs is to be generated wit...

Compare Endoscopic and Open Methods of Vein Harvesting for Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting

There is no shared vision relating to integrity and quality of the conduit after the impact on the vein wall during vein harvesting. In this connection, the investigators studied the initial state of the venous conduit, interoperation damages of the vein and postoperative wound complications while using two methods of GSV harvesting.

Ultrasound Guidance Versus Anatomical Landmarks for Succlavic and Femoral Vein Catheterisation: an Observational Prospective Study

anatomical landmarks on the body surface were used to insert central vein catheter. However, ultrasound technique is emerging as a new technique for vein catheterisation. For subclavian and femoral vein catheterisation, up to now, there is a lack of evidence of the superiority of one technique over the other.

Rapid Diagnosis of Prosthetic Joint Infection by Matrix-assisted Laser Desorption

This is a prospective cohort study. All patients presenting for periprosthetic joint infection and requiring debridement only or resection arthroplasty will be eligible. The synovial joint fluid will be sampled before the arthrotomy at the operation room. The purpose of this study will be to evaluate that 1) the concordance of organism identification by the direct identification of MALTI-TOF MS versus routine identification of MALTI-TOF MS and conventional cultures and 2) the ...

Corneal Tear Film Imaging of the Cornea Before and After Restasis Therapy

Dry Eye Syndrome (DES) is a disease affects the production and stability of the tear film, leading to vision disturbances and a major decrease in quality of life. The most recommended treatment for moderate-severe DES today which failed conservative therapy with lubricating eye drops is topical Cyclosporine 0.05% (Restasis®). The Tear Film Imager (TFI) is a novel imaging modality designed for visualization of the individual tear film layers up to a resolution of 0.1 micromete...

Treatment of Splanchnic Vein Thrombosis With Rivaroxaban. A Pilot, Prospective Cohort Study

Anticoagulant therapy is generally recommended for all patients presenting with acute symptomatic splanchnic vein thrombosis, starting with either low-molecular weight heparin (LMWH) or unfractionated heparin and continuing with the vitamin K antagonists in most patients. Rivaroxaban is approved for the treatment of deep vein thrombosis and pulmonary embolism, but no studies have assessed the safety of rivaroxaban in the setting of splanchnic vein thrombosis. We aim to collect ...

Surgical Stabilizer Assisted RVC With rtPA for CRVO

This phase Ib study investigates the safety and efficacy of performing a retinal vein cannulation with recombinant tissue Plasminogen Activator infusion into a retinal vein with the help of an updated dedicated surgical stabiliser for the treatment of central retinal vein occlusion.

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