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12:05 EDT 24th March 2019 | BioPortfolio

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The Breathe Well Program for Adults With Asthma

The Breathe Well Study is a pragmatic, controlled trial to assess the effectiveness, cost-effectiveness, and implementation of the Breathe Well intervention, which combines evidence-based EHR and interactive behavior-change technologies (IBCT) and team-based care to improve asthma outcomes.


Investigating the Improvement in 4D CT Images Using AV Biofeedback

This study will look at how tumors in the chest and abdomen move when you breathe. Your doctors are studying if extra 4D CT scans and instructions on how to breathe can help predict this type of movement and improve the accuracy of radiation treatment. 4D CT scans are approved by the FDA. A 4D CT scan is different from a regular CT because it moves slower and takes more pictures. It takes pictures of the way your body moves when you breathe. This gives doctors more pictures of ...

Effects of a "Walk, Eat, & Breathe" Nursing Intervention For Patients With Esophageal Cancer

The purpose of this stratified randomized controlled trial (RCT) is to test the effects of Walk, Eat, & Breathe on preserving patients' nutritional status, functional walking capacity, pulmonary function, and emotional well-being during the CCRT and surgery course.Additionally, effects to reduce treatment-related complications and length of hospital stay for esophagectomy will be evaluated between experimental and control groups.


A Pivotal Study to Assess the Effectiveness of Nasal Dilator (Breathe Right Nasal Strips)

This randomized, double-blind, parallel group, placebo-controlled study demonstrated statistically significant differences in subjective measures of nasal airway breathing immediately after the strip was applied and in the morning upon awakening favoring breathe right nasal strips (BRNS).

Breast Radiotherapy Audio Visual Enhancement for Sparing the Heart

This study investigates the Breathe Well device to test whether it is superior to the existing treatment standard of the Varian Realtime Position Management (RPM) system in assisting patients with deep inspiration breath hold.

The Moving 2 Mindful (M2M) Study: Mindfulness Group + Ecological Momentary Intervention

This study will evaluate the feasibility and acceptability of Learning to BREATHE (a mindfulness intervention for adolescents) plus an ecological momentary intervention (Learning to Breathe Plus), and will examine the extent to which mindfulness reduces dysregulated stress physiology, perceived stress, and anxiety in adolescents from high conflict homes.

Evaluation of Two Doses of QVAR by Breath Operated and Metered Dose Inhalers in Asthmatic Children

The primary objective of this study is to compare the QVAR-Easi-Breathe 100 mcg/day and QVAR-Easi-Breathe 200 mcg/day with placebo relative to changes in forced expiratory volume in 1 second (FEV1) results following 12 weeks of treatment. Secondary objectives such as daily asthma symptoms scores (per week), morning peak expiratory flow (PEF) values, nocturnal awakening and utilization of rescue medication per day also will be evaluated. In addition, an exploratory evaluation w...

Measuring Lung Pressures in Critically Ill Children Who Are on Mechanical Ventilation

Typically doctors adjust the settings on the ventilator to ensure that children receive enough help to decrease the work they perform to breathe, receive enough oxygen through the machine to pass into the blood and to the organs, and remove acid that builds up in the blood. However, sometimes the settings we choose can result in damage to the lungs. We are trying to find a better way to determine the best ventilator settings, which can minimize potential damage to the lungs, ...

Validation of the BREATHE Asthma Intervention Trial

The overall goal of this study to preliminarily validate a novel intervention delivered by primary care providers (PCPs) to their Black adult patients with uncontrolled asthma in federally qualified health centers (FQHCs).

Breathe Anew for Lung Cancer Survivorship

Survivorship programs have become an integral component of modern cancer care programs. In Canada, there has been tremendous success for survivorship programs for breast, prostate, and colorectal cancer, however lung cancer survivorship programs have not been widely developed. The complexity of the disease, high mortality, short survival times, high cost of surveillance, and patient habits have traditionally been barriers against the success of lung cancer survivorship programs...

Relaxation Treatment for Anxiety in Adults Aged 60 or Older

The PI developed a self-directed program to treat late-life anxiety called Breathing, Relaxation, and Education for Anxiety Treatment in the Home Environment (BREATHE). This program consists of weekly video lessons that participants watch on digital video disc (DVD) along with weekly telephone check-ins. In BREATHE participants will learn two behavioral interventions: diaphragmatic breathing and progressive muscle relaxation (PMR). The purpose of the study is to examine whether...

Evaluating an Internet-based Program for Anxious Adolescents

Anxiety is a common mental health problem for Canadian adolescents. Anxiety that is diagnosed as a disorder and serious enough to require treatment affects up to 10% of all adolescents by the age of 16. The median age of onset is 11 years, making these disorders some of the earliest to develop. Anxiety disorders can have serious negative effects on a young person's personal relationships, school performance, and family life. These disorders may not be discovered by adolescents,...

A Pivotal Subjective Sleep Study of a Nasal Dilator (Breathe Right Tan)

This randomized, double-blind, parallel group, placebo-controlled study demonstrated positive directional effects of a novel nasal dilator strip in consumers with chronic nocturnal nasal congestion who have trouble with their sleep.

Influence of the VitaBreath on Exercise Tolerance in COPD

People with COPD have more air in their lungs than other people (this problem with high lung volumes is called "hyperinflation"). Unfortunately this is unhelpful as breathing at higher lung volumes requires more effort and contributes to breathlessness. When anyone exercises, they breathe more quickly. People with COPD have narrowed airways, which makes breathing out difficult. When they breathe more quickly they may not be able to breathe out fully before they need to take the...

BREATHE 5-OL: Tracleer (Bosentan) in Patients With Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension Related to Eisenmenger Physiology

This 6-month open label study will evaluate the long term safety of bosentan (via oxygen saturation) and efficacy (exercise capacity) in patients who have completed the BREATHE-5 study (PAH related to Eisenmenger physiology). Treatment duration is 6 months.

Radiotherapy - Cerebrovascular Reactivity (RT-CVR Study)

Brain tumours often have low oxygen levels, and that makes them more resistant to radiation therapy. If patients breathe the right mixture of oxygen during treatment, radiation may work better. In this study, patients with brain tumour will undergo a special MRI test while they breathe different mixtures of oxygen and carbon dioxide to find out whether oxygen levels improve in the tumor. Patients will also be asked to repeat this MRI test during the second week of radiation the...

Efficacy of Eat Breathe Thrive, a Yoga-Based Program

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the efficacy of the 7-week Eat Breathe Thrive (EBT) program which was designed to increase positive body image, awareness, self-regulation, and mindful eating habits. This program aims to achieve these things through psychoeducation of cultural influences of beauty standards, the basic neuropsychological systems in the body and how they affect eating habits, creating a community within the group members for support, and finally through t...

Kids 2 Be & Breathe: A Study on the Use of Yoga and Mindfulness in Children With Severe Asthma (K2B2)

This proposed pilot study will examine the tolerability, feasibility, acceptability, and preliminary effects of a gentle yoga intervention "Kids 2 Be & Breathe" (K2B2; a manualized 30 minute gentle yoga and mindfulness session held one-on-one) in urban children aged 7-11 with severe asthma.

BREATHE Asthma Intervention Trial

Asthma rates are high and asthma control is greatly reduced in Black, Medicaid-insured adults, due in part to their poor adherence to inhaled corticosteroids (ICS), which in turn may be due to erroneous health beliefs about asthma and negative beliefs regarding ICS. A brief shared decision-making intervention for use by primary care providers in Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) has the potential to be a novel avenue to greatly improve asthma control in this high-risk ...

Salt Study: Inhibited Breathing Pattern and Sodium Inhibitors in Sodium Sensitivity of Blood Pressure

The purpose of this study is to test the hypothesis that blood pressure sensitivity to high sodium intake in healthy humans is characterized by increased urinary excretion of two endogenous sodium pump inhibitors, marinobufagenin (MBG), and ouabain-like compound (OLC). The study also tests the hypothesis that women who breathe slowly and have high resting end tidal CO2 at rest are more likely to have low plasma renin activity and sodium sensitivity of blood pressure than those ...

Investigation of Sugammadex in Outpatient Urological Procedures

The goal of this clinical research study is to determine whether using sugammadex, given with a standard muscle relaxation drug during bladder surgeries, improves anesthesia conditions and recovery time. During some bladder operations, participant's muscles must be completely relaxed. Muscle relaxation drugs cause the muscles to relax, including the respiratory muscles, and as a result artificial ventilation is needed to help participant breathe. Sugammadex and other sta...

Partitioned Training of Patients With Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis

Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF) is a lung disease that limits the ability to breathe enough for a good workout. One way to improve the exercise training is to reduce the number of muscles being trained together. By training one leg at a time, the patient does not have to breathe as much allowing each leg a better workout. Our groundwork suggests it may work in patients with IPF. This study will help decide whether one-legged exercise training is better at improving a patien...

Nasal Intermittent Positive Pressure Ventilation in Premature Infants (NIPPV)

The machines and oxygen used to help very premature babies breathe can have side-effects, such as bronchopulmonary dysplasia (BPD). Infants with BPD get more complications (a higher death rate, a longer time in intensive care and on assisted ventilation, more hospital readmissions in the first year of life, and more learning problems) than infants who do not develop BPD. Doctors try to remove the tube in the wind-pipe that links the baby to the breathing machine as soon as po...

A Novel Unidirectional Face Mask During Noninvasive Positive Pressure Ventilation (NPPV) in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) Patients

The purpose of this study is to determine the feasibility, safety and efficacy of a unidirectional breathing mask (breathe in through the nose and out through the mouth or breathe in through the mouth and out through the nose) in COPD patients with breathing difficulties requiring noninvasive positive pressure ventilation (NPPV).

Breathing Cycle Biofeedback During Computed Tomography Procedures

This study will evaluate the effectiveness of a flexible belt device in guiding patient breathing during computed tomography (CT)-guided needle biopsy. When patients undergo CT scanning to help guide the physician during a tissue biopsy, they are usually asked to hold their breath while the scan is taken of certain parts of the body. When the first scan is completed, the patients are allowed to breathe, and are then asked to hold their breath again while the needle is advance...


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