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Evaluating the Efficacy of the Feeding Exercise Trial in Adolescents (FETA Project) in Central Greece

The Feeding-Exercise Trial in Adolescents (FETA) was a randomised controlled intervention study designed to promote healthy weight in overweigh and obese adolescents through a professional-delivered, community-based program with active parents' involvement, focused on supervised physical activity and structured nutritional education. The aim of FETA was to test the efficacy of two intervention groups- physical activity in isolation and combination of physical activity with prov...


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Efficacy of Nasojejunal Enteral Feeding in Critically Ill Patients.

The purpose of this study is to determine if naso-jejunal feeding (feeding beyond the stomach) improves the efficacy of enteral feeding (feeding into the gut) in critically ill patients. The study hypothesis is that in patients who fail to establish enteral feeding via the nasogastric route, introduction of nasojejunal feeding will lead to more effective enteral feeding than the current regime involving staged introduction of promotility agents.

A Randomized Controlled Trial Assessing the Safety and Feasibility of Respiratory Muscle Training and Exercise Training in Children and Adolescents With Persistent Asthma

The purpose of this study is to assess the safety and tolerability of a 6-week Inspiratory Muscle Training and cardiovascular exercise training program in children and adolescents with asthma. To also determine the efficacy of inspiratory muscle training and exercise in increasing respiratory muscle strength and endurance, and to explore relationships between fitness interventions (inspiratory muscle training and exercise), exercise tolerance, airway closure and dyspnea ...


Early Progressive Feeding in Human-Milk Fed Extremely Preterm Infants: A Randomized Trial

To test the hypothesis that progressive feeding without minimal enteral feeding (MEF) compared to progressive feeding preceded by a 4-day course of MEF will result in an increased number of days alive on full enteral feeding in the first 28 days after birth in extremely preterm infants receiving human milk.

Comparison of Two Therapies for Upper Esophageal Sphincter (UES) Dysphagia

The aim of this research study is to determine the effectiveness of: 1) a traditional therapy regimen focusing on individual exercises for pharyngeal (throat) and laryngeal (voice box) musculature and 2) a new therapeutic exercise, the Shaker exercise. The primary objective of this 5-year project is to identify which of two therapy programs, the Shaker exercise versus traditional therapy, results in the largest number of stable, non-oral dysphagic patients who can swallow safe...

First Bites: Complementary Feeding - A Global Network Cluster Randomized Controlled Trial

The specific aims of this project is to determine the impact of a daily intake of one half ounce of lyophilized meat between 6-18 months of age (0.5 oz for 6-12 mo; 0.75 oz for 12-18 mo) on linear growth velocity, zinc and iron intakes and status, brain growth and neurocognitive development, and infectious disease morbidity in populations traditionally dependent on non-micronutrient fortified plant foods for complementary feeding.

Early Sub-threshold Exercise Treatment for Concussion

Each year millions of Americans suffer concussions as a result of accidents in sports, at work or through military service. Adolescents take the longest to recover from the effects of concussion yet no therapy exists to help speed their recovery. This project aims to see if a program of early guided aerobic exercise can safely speed recovery from concussion in adolescents and investigates some reasons for why this type of therapy could be effective.

Carbohydrate Feeding Frequency, Muscle Glycogen and Exercise Capacity in Runners

The aim of this study is to investigate the effects of regular sucrose feeds compared to a single large bolus given late in exercise, on muscle glycogen utilisation, exercise capacity and other markers of metabolism during running

Efficacy, Safety, and PK Study of Ulimorelin in Patients With Enteral Feeding Intolerance: The PROMOTE Trial

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effect Ulimorelin in patients with enteral feeding intolerance.

A Study on the Effects of Feeding and Feeding Methods on Breathing Pattern in Very Low Birth Weight Preterm Infants

In this study, we want to see how feeding affects breathing in small premature babies. Using a special feeding tube in the stomach, we can measure how the diaphragm (a large breathing muscle) might be affected by feeding. We also want to see if slowing down the feeding may lessen this effect.

Chronotropic Incompetence During Exercise in Obese Adolescents: Clinical Implications and Pathophysiology

A reduction in peak heart rate (HR) and suppressed HR response during exercise is highly prevalent in obese populations. This phenomenon is also known as chronotropic incompetence (CI). In adult obese individuals, CI is independently related to elevated risk for major adverse cardiovascular events and premature death. Despite the established association between CI and prognosis in adult populations, the prognostic relevance of CI in adolescents with obesity has however deserved...

Evaluating Patterned Oral Somatosensory Entrainment Stimulation Using the NTrainer on Oral Feeding Performance

This is a research study to determine if an experimental device called the NTrainer can improve oral feeding skills more quickly and more effectively than traditional methods in infants who are at high risk of feeding dysfunction and delayed hospital discharge.

Chiropractic and Exercise for Low Back Pain in Adolescents

Recent research has confirmed that low back pain (LBP) is a significant health problem not only for adults, but also for children and adolescents. Given the enormous social and economic costs associated with LBP, it is critical that attempts be made to decrease the burden of LBP for patients and society. The primary aim of this project is to determine the relative clinical effectiveness of 3 months of chiropractic care and supervised exercise versus supervised exercise in 184 ...

Glucose and Lipid Metabolism in Adolescents

A 12 wk aerobic exercise program will reduce visceral, hepatic and intramyocellular fat accumulation and improve insulin sensitivity and glucose metabolism in obese sedentary Hispanic adolescents.

Facilitate the Transition From Passive Feeding to Active Feeding in Preterm Infants Through Early Play

The approach described here is based both on theoretical concepts and on the work of several teams of researchers. By positioning the baby and the appropriate adult, a speech bath, a sustained look and an expressive face, it is hypothesized that this early communication exercise will significantly improve the transition from passive feeding, active feeding of the premature child, from a qualitative and quantitative point of view.

Exercise Intensity and Appetite in Adolescents

Acute exercise has been shown to affect subsequent energy intake in obese adolescents. Indeed, it has been shown several times that an intensive bout of exercise (above 70% of the individual maximal capacities) can reduce energy intake at the following meal in obese adolescents, with no modification of his appetite feelings. Although this results has been replicated several times, it remains unknown if those nutritional adaptations are due to post-exercise modifications of so...

Depressed Adolescents Treated With Exercise (The DATE Study)

This study will evaluate whether standardized aerobic exercise is an effective treatment for depression in adolescents.

Sub-maximal Exercise Prescription in Adolescents With Physiological Post-concussion Disorder

Although the vast majority of individuals sustaining a sport-related concussion (SRC) will receive medical clearance to return to sport within 7-10 days, approximately 30% of children and adolescents reporting to the emergency department will experience symptoms that last longer than a month. Research has demonstrated that exercise below the threshold that results in increases in symptoms, beyond those experienced at rest, (sub-symptom threshold aerobic exercise) may be benefic...

Ministry of Child and Family Development (MCFD) Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Adolescents (IPT-A) Training Project

Evaluating the Effectiveness of Different Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Adolescents (IPT-A) Therapist Training Models

Comparison of Time-restricted Feeding and Continuous Feeding in Critically Ill Patients

In the nutrition guideline (A.S.P.E.N guideline), there was no recommendation about the feeding type in enteral feeding of critically ill patients. Continuous feeding is the most popular feeding type in ICU because of its less nursing burden and reducing the aspiration incidence theoretically. However, some previous studies demonstrated that there were no complications differences between continuous and time-restricted feedings(such as intermittent feedings). In ICU,...

Parkdale Infant Nutrition Security Targeted Evaluation Project: Infant Feeding

In Toronto Ontario, the Parkdale Community Health Centre operates a community outreach program entitled Parkdale Parents' Primary Prevention Project (5P's). The 5P's provides weekly pre- and post-natal support and education programs for clients. This includes an infant feeding program for mothers with infants 0-6 months (Feeding Tiny Souls). The 5P's has a diverse client-base; the program is aimed at women who are in challenging life circumstances, therefore, clients may includ...

The Impact of an 8-week Supported Exercise Program on Fitness and Symptoms in Adolescents With Down Syndrome

This study explores the effects of an eight-week center-based exercise intervention for adolescents with Down syndrome on home exercise compliance. As well, to observe changes in fitness including muscular strength, endurance and aerobic capacity. Finally to observe any changes in mood, behavior and quality of life.

Effect of SINC Feeding Protocol on Weight Gain, Transition to Oral Feeding and the Length of Hospitalization

Feeding is one of the most common problems encountered by preterm infants. Besides, effective and safe feeding is one of the important discharge criteria. Feeding problems of premature infants lead to prolonged hospitalization and increased healthcare cost. SINC feeding protocol was developed based on evidence-based feeding protocol (such as cue-based, infant-driven feeding) and individualized developmental care. The aim of the study is to determine the effect of the SINC feed...

Time Restricted Feeding on Impaired Fasting Glucose(TRIG Trial)

We evaluated the effects of Time-Restricted Feeding (TRF) regimen on impaired fasting glucose in comparison with overweight/obese patients receiving standard of care over 12 months.

Nifty Feeding Cup Versus Generic Medicine Cup Preterm Infants Who Have Difficulty Breastfeeding

The investigators will establish an evidence base for the Nifty Feeding Cup by evaluating its effectiveness and caregiver satisfaction. The investigators will conduct a randomized crossover trial that compares the Nifty Feeding Cup to a standardized, generic medicine cup used to feed preterm infants with breastfeeding difficulties at Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH) in Kumasi, Ghana.


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