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Use of WhatsApp for Communication Between Consulting Physicians and the Emergency Physicians

The aim of this study is to determinate outcomes of WhatsApp Messenger (a messaging program for smart phones) usage for Communication Between Consulting Physicians and the Emergency Physicians.

Assessment of a Follow-up With Tele-consulting for Patients With Renal Failure Under Peritoneal Dialysis

The objective of the study is to determine whether tele-consulting for the follow up of patients with renal failure under peritoneal dialysis would not increase the risk of experiencing a severe adverse event

MOBile Instruction for Low Back Pain (MOBIL)

The purpose of this project is to measure the impact of a short educational session on outcomes for patients consulting in primary care for low back pain. Subjects will be patients consulting to their primary care provider for a primary complaint and new episode of low back pain. They will be randomized to receiving the educational tool versus usual care (information only without an educational component) in the clinic immediately prior to seeing their PCP. Patients will be fol...

Treatment of Panic Disorder Among Individuals Consulting Emergency Departments for Non Cardiac Chest Pain

The purpose of this study is to assess the impact of three different treatment modalities on panic symptoms, quality of life and use of health services among individuals consulting an emergency department for non cardiac chest pain and having Panic Disorder.

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Evaluation of Power Doppler US Technique for the Diagnosis of Spondylarthropathy

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the interest of enthesis sonography for the diagnosis of spondylarthritis, in patients with uncertain diagnosis consulting for clinical symptoms suggestive of spondylarthritis

Systematic Chart Review of Carotidynia Patients

Systematic retrospective study of medical charts and medical imaging files, of patients consulting for acute neck pain and presenting unclassified abnormalities on dedicated vessel imaging.

Impact of Treatment of Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome by Continuous Positive Airway Pressure Equipment at Night on the Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms and the Erectile Dysfunction

To treat lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS) and erectile dysfunction (ED), we mainly have symptomatic drug treatments. Some patients are resistant to the treatments that we have or are forced to stop treatments because of side effects. It would be interesting to focus on comorbidities and to evaluate whether it is possible to improve the urological symptoms by taking care the comorbidities, which would consist in an etiological treatment of the urological symptoms. The...

National Survey on Coronary Patients and Heart Failure Performed in 2 Patient Groups

The purpose of this observational study is to compare frequency of attainment control goals through the more represented cardiovascular factor risk, dyslipidemia, among coronary patients with or without heart failure in cardiology consulting.

Survey of Women's Choice of Delivery Before Consulting With Her Obstetrician

We are surveying women who have had a previous cesarean section at the time of entry into prenatal care for their next pregnancy about their thoughts related to a trial of labor after cesarean (TOLAC) or repeat c-section.

Criteria Associated With Patient Willingness to Participate in Biomedical Research

The primary objective of this study is to determine the variables associated with patient acceptation or refusal to participate in a clinical research protocol when seen in during a pneumology consultation (excluding oncology and tobaccology).

Marketing Workplace Chronic Disease Prevention

The objective of the project is to understand how best to help mid-size employers adopt evidence-based chronic disease prevention practices that improve employee health behaviors.

Nocturnal Leg Cramps in Geneva : an Observational Study

Background : Nocturnal leg cramps (NLC) are defined as painful involuntary contractions of the lower limbs occurring during prolonged periods of rest, typically during the night. They may cause severe pain and sleep disturbance, and are particularly common among older adults, though they can occur in all decades of life. They are frequently unreported to physicians. To the investigators' knowledge, no epidemiological studies have been conducted in Switzerland, but in a g...

Development of Gourmet Medical Cooking Workshop for Lifestyle Changing and Its Affect on Perimenopausal Women

Subjects that participate in the practical workshop will improve their metabolic indexes, decrease their weight and improve their quality of life, in contrast to the participants that will take part in the nutritional consulting sessions

Characteristics and the Future of the City Chilblains

Chilblains are cutaneous lesions affecting extremities (foot and fingers) with erythemic papules, evolving by painful relapse due to cold and sudden reheating. This pathology is currently poorly understood while it's frequent. The aim of the study is to evaluate all the characteristics of this pathology by reporting clinical and biological data of patient consulting for chilblains; and the other point is to assess the evolution of these patients.

Observatory on Emergency Care for Acute Coronary Syndrome in Grand Est of France

The purpose is to build up a data observatory of individuals with thoracic pain evoking acute coronary syndrome (ACS). The aim is the characterization of this population of patients consulting at emergency department, the evaluation of therapeutic strategies with regard to guidelines and the becoming of patients including severe complications and mortality.

Propofol Sedation Study

Purpose of Protocol: The purpose of this study will be to compare the clinical utility of Propofol sedation with and without the use of the ICU Sedation Protocol. Patients will be treated according to the attending/consulting preference. No attempt will be made to influence the patient's routine care and management. The study will compare the average hourly infusion rates for the Propofol administration, as well as obtain the nursing staffs evaluation regarding the ease of neu...

Clinical Outcomes in Chronic Low Pain Back Utilizing Activity Trackers

This is a randomized controlled study to assess the effects of activity monitors, with telehealth follow ups, on the treatment of chronic low back pain subjects.

What Care Pathways for Newborns Consulting Pediatric Emergencies? Prospective Study Over One Year

This study will evaluate the course of care of newborns, to understand why some newborns have improper care pathways, particularly as regards the first medical consultation at the exit of motherhood. It is also to organize a better quality care network to hospital discharge to avoid unnecessary use of pediatric emergencies, which represents a real public health problem.

Study on the Difference of Axilo-Rectal Temperature in Appendicitis

The investigators are studying prospectively the difference in axilo-rectal temperature in patients with acute appendicitis and using as a control group patients consulting with acute gastroenteritis at our emergency unit.

Use of Smartphone Health Applications Among Patients Aged 18 to 69 Years Recruited in Primary Care in Grenoble Area

This study evaluates the frequency of use of smartphone health applications among people consulting in primary care in the Grenoble region, France. This is a descriptive study using a questionnaire completed by the patient and distributed by general practitioners. The study also collects the type of used application as well as the rhythm of usage, and compares the use of mobile health applications according to the sociodemographic, geographical and medical characteristics of t...

TGV:Use of the Quick Diagnostic Test of the Influenza and the Infection With RSV by the Paediatric Emergency Unit

The aim of this study is to evaluate the impact of the use of a quick diagnostic test of infection with RSV and influenza virus on the assumption of clinical responsibility of the children consulting at the Paediatric Emergency Unit.

Evaluation of the Control Level of Asthmatic Patients With Seasonal Increase of Respiratory Symptoms (High and/or Low)

To evaluate the level of control of Asthma (GINA : controlled, partially controlled, not controlled) of asthmatic patients consulting their general practitioner for a seasonal increase of respiratory symptoms (high and / or low) whether an inhaled corticotherapy is taken or not.

Effectiveness of WhatsApp (a Messenger Program) Usage in Emergency Department (ED)

Effective communication between consulting physicians and the emergency physicians is critical for patients in the emergency department. The aim of this study was to determinate effectiveness of whatsApp usage for communication between physicians.

Overuse of Antidepressant in Patients With Alzheimer Disease

Near 40% of French people aged 65 years and over and suffering from Alzheimer disease and associated disorders (ADAD) are exposed to antidepressants (AD) versus 13% of those without ADAD. If depression and anxiety disorders are comorbidities frequently associated with dementia, such level of AD exposure suggests an overuse of AD in this population. Hypothesis: Overuse of AD is frequent in patients with ADAD. It is possible to assess overuse associated with off label prescripti...

Empowering Patients to Better Manage Diabetes Through Self-Care

This study will look at the impact of health insurance benefits on self management of diabetes for people with this condition. Studies have shown that when people with diabetes manage their disease better, they stay healthier. Our goal in this study is to help those with diabetes better manage their disease (self-care). We will compare two types of health insurance benefits in this study. We want to see if one set of benefits improves self-care more than the other one.

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