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Mail Outreach To Increase Vaccination Acceptance Through Engagement

The aim of this study is to determine whether receiving a core letter signed by the Surgeon General or the Director of the National Vaccine Program that provides only information about influenza, or a core letter signed by the Surgeon General with an added basic or enhanced implementation prompt, will increase rates of influenza vaccination among Medicare beneficiaries when compared to a control group.


Feasibility Study of Uterine Transplantation From Living Donors in Terms of Efficacy and Safety in Patients With Mayer-Rokitansky-Küster-Hauser Syndrome (MRKH)

In France, one in 4500 women is affected by the MayerRokitantskyKüsterHauser (MRKH) syndrome which is characterized by the absence of uterus at birth. Currently, the only solutions for these patients are: - Gestational surrogacy, prohibited in France - Adoption - Resignation Uterine transplantation could become a good alternative. This study is conducted in 10 patients with MRKH type I syndrome, who will be transplanted from a living donor uteru...

Artificial Intelligence vs Physicians for Breast Cancer Patients' Information

Chatbots (contraction of "chat" and "robot") are a computer software program that use statistical learning and aim to simulate a conversation by text or voice message. The use of these chatbots was evaluated as part of the increase in therapeutic adherence and information on well-being and mental health. In clinical studies, chatbots are useful in gathering information through questionnaires directly submitted during conversations or through keyword analyzes. There is no longe...


Validation of a Psychological Fragility Questionnary in the Elderly in Isolation

Social isolation and loneliness of the elderly have become major public health problems, because of the deleterious consequences if not lethal they can generate. Because of frequent resignation to these phenomena, support must be given to all means of prevention to prevent or at least mitigate their impacts. It appears from the literature that are isolated or living as they have adjustment difficulties which are linked to fragility. If geriatric frailty have been defined to da...

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Availability of Lipid Emulsion to Regional Anesthesia Programs at US Academic Anesthesia Departments

Significant data exists to suggest that lipid emulsion administration in the setting of local anesthetic toxicity has the potential to be life-saving. Unfortunately, a variety of potential barriers exist to routine lipid emulsion administration for those performing regional anesthesia including drug availability, drug cost and drug location. Inadequate training or lack of established protocols also have the potential to negatively impact patient outcomes. A previous study by To...

The Multi-Media Social Skills Project for Adults

This study is investigating the development of a social skills training program for adults with Asperger's Syndrome or high-functioning autism, ages 18 to 35 years. The Principal Investigator for this study is Dr. Michael Murray, the director of the Autism Studies Division at the Penn State Hershey Medical Center. The purpose of this study is to adapt a social skills training program to address and enhance the social skills of adults with Asperger's Syndrome and high-functionin...

Comparison of Postoperative Ileus in Open and Laparoscopic Abdominal Surgery

A prospective study to compare the postoperative ileus in open and laparoscopic abdominal surgery through the determination of the time the patient takes to pass flatus, pass stool, bowel movement, oral intake, the time of hospital stay and total hospital costs. Postoperative ileus (POI) is one of the major focus of concern for surgeons, hospital executives, quality assurance director as well as patients because of its role in causing patient distress, discomfort, and morbidity...

Influence of Public Parks on Physical Activity Levels of Diverse Communities

Engaging in physical activity is an important health behavior for maintaining good health and preventing disease. Public parks offer community members readily accessible areas for recreation and exercise. Modifying park programs and facilities to meet the specific needs of community members may encourage people to engage in more physical activity. Furthermore, using feedback from the community might be the best way to determine how park funds should be allocated for modificatio...

Preventing Avoidable Admissions Among Assisted Living Elders

Saint Luke Home (SLH) is a home for low-income seniors who are ≥ 55 years and in need of basic living help in Tucson, Arizona. Reports shows that emergency calls are made from SLH (64 residents) around 60 times each year with emergency department (ED) visits and hospital admissions that follow. In 2014, a total of 70 calls were made, in 2015, 45 calls had been made until November 25. The Director, who is a nurse by training, and staff report that many of these calls are relat...

Hypnosis as a Therapeutic Tool in Patients With Reccurent Cystitis

Half of the women present an episode of cystitis once in their lives. A recurrence occurs in about 20% to 30% of the patients, and half of these patients will make more than 4 episodes per year, defining recurrent cystitis (CR). Complications such as pyelonephritis are rare (less than 0.5% of patients in the absence of underlying complication), however, CRs are responsible for a significant impact on women but also on society. Pain is at the forefront, but also the fear of not...

Observation Study of Patients With Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer and Esophageal Cancer Treated With Chemo-Radiation Followed by Surgery

Patients on this observation study must have planned treatment regimen with concurrent CRT followed by planned surgery, which is considered as standard of care for their disease. The total radiation dose will be 50.4 Gy in daily fraction of 1.8 Gy for esophageal cancer and 60 Gy in daily fraction of 2 Gy for non-small cell lung cancer. The concurrent chemo regimen will carboplatin-paclitaxel managed by the treating medical oncologist. Patients are planned to receive surgery at ...

A Cohort Study of Smoking Prevention and Health Promotion for Middle School Students in Wuhan, China

We propose to add a collection of buccal cells to a school-based cohort of 7th graders in Wuhan, a large industrial city in China. The cohort study is being conducted by the Wuhan Public Health and Anti-Epidemic Station (Li Yan MD, director and principal investigator). The cohort study is designed to look at several outcomes. One is initiation of smoking. The second is respiratory health in relation to active and passive smoking and other environmental exposures that are prev...

Innovation Adoption in Medical Robotic Surgery: Case of Royal Bournemouth Hospital

This research sets to address two key areas. The first is identified by the researcher in academic literature that there is a lack of a comprehensive innovation adoption model in UK National Health System (NHS), specifically for Medical Robotic Surgery. Existing frameworks are mainly developed in the US or in other fields. The second problem was identified by surgeons involved in Robotic Surgery in Royal Bournemouth Hospital (RBH). The project started by offering RBH a deeper u...

Wake Forest Alzheimer's Disease Clinical Core

Efforts to find treatments for AD have yielded only modest benefits, likely because longstanding AD pathological processes induce irreversible neurological compromise. These processes begin years before the onset of clinical symptoms. This possibility has been incorporated into a model describing stages of AD development, articulated by the NIA/Alzheimer's Association preclinical workgroup of which the Co-Director of the Kulynych Alzheimer's Research Center, Dr. Suzanne Craft, ...

Attention to Variability During Infertility

Infertility affects approximately one in seven couples, and it can be a devastating diagnosis and difficult experience for couples to endure. Ellen Langer, Ph.D., Director of the Langer Lab at Harvard, has spent several decades demonstrating evidence supporting a mind-body approach to improve wellbeing and overall functioning. Specifically, she asserts that Mindfulness in its most basic sense - paying attention in the moment - is enough to create both perceived (e.g., self-repo...

Left Atrial Function Changes After Left Atrial Appendage Closure in Patients With Persistent Atrial Fibrillation

A total of 105 patients with persistent atrial fibrillation(AF), who are persistented more than one year and planned to undergo surgical treatment, will be allocated into three groups. These patients will receive left atrial appendage closure(LAAC), radiofrequency ablation under the guidance of 3D mapping and LAAC combined with radiofrequency ablation, respectively (allocation ratio, 1:1:1). Real-time 3D ultrasound and 2D ultrasound examinations and measurement of left ventricl...

Creating a Patient-centered Report Card for Solid Organ Transplant Candidates

Choosing a transplant center that will accept a particular candidate can be difficult and challenging for patients with end-stage organ failure. As transplant centers have varying levels of expertise, interests, and outcomes of solid organ transplant, patient health-related characteristics influence the variation in candidates centers will accept. Most transplant candidates undergo waitlist work-ups as outpatients and many undergo transplant at centers not closest to their home...

Sepsis: Prognosis and Evaluation of Early Diagnosis and Intervention (SPEEDI Study)

BACKGROUND: In November 2003 the Medical Director at Copenhagen University Hospital, Hvidovre, gathered a group of doctors involved in the diagnosis and treatment of patients with sepsis. AMIS: To develop a fast and reliable tool that can guide the physician in the diagnosis and treatment of the septic patient thereby reducing mortality and morbidity. The measurement of markers of inflammation, coagulation, infection and specific bacterial antigens in the same plasma sam...

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ACPs Combined With CABG in Patients With CHF

Study title: A Study of Combined Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting (CABG) and Blood-Borne Autologous Angiogenic Cell Precursors Therapy in Patients with Congestive Heart Failure due to Ischemic Heart Disease (ACPs-CHF) Principle Investigator: Kit V. Arom ,M.D.,Ph.D. Deputy Director, Chief Cardio-Thoracic Surgeon, Bangkok Heart Hospital Study objective : To determine the safety and efficacy of injection of blood-borne autologous ACPs into the non-graftable area of the heart of pa...

Effects of Different Surgical Methods for Persistent Atrial Fibrillation Combined With the Application of Statin Drugs on Left Atrial Function

A total of 164 patients with persistent atrial fibrillation, who are planned to undergo treatment with cryoballoon ablation, will be randomly allocated into two groups. These patients will receive circumferential pulmonary vein isolation, circumferential pulmonary vein and left atrial roof linear isolation using cryoballoon ablation(allocation ratio, 1:1). Patients in each group will be randomly allocated into the statin treatment group and non-statin treatment group (allocatio...

Immunologic Response to Negative Cognition in Persons With Chronic Pain

Principal Investigator/Program Director (Last, First, Middle): Darnall, Beth APS Future Leaders in Pain Small Research Grants Application Page 5 Continuation Format Page Summary: Chronic pain is stressful, both physically and psychologically. Stressful experiences induce autonomic nervous system arousal, which reliably leads to inflammation and immune suppression. Inflammation then exacerbates existing pain and may be a key factor in both the genesis and maintenance of pain. S...

Positive Exposure: A Photography and Video Intervention for Individuals With Craniofacial Differences

This study will describe the use of an intervention, developed by an organization called Positive Exposure, to improve self-perceptions among adolescents and young adults who may encounter the stigma, or negative effect, of differences in their head and face. Photo-shoots and video interviews will be used. The combined use of those techniques is a new way to address aspects such as self-esteem, body image, and feelings of social awkwardness and anxiety-that is, a way that has n...


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