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Impact of Supra-renal Fixation of EVAR on Hemodynamics of Renal Arteries

The investigators conducted a bicentric prospective study to quantify the hemodynamic disturbances to the ostia of the renal arteries generated by the implantation EVAR with suprarenal fixation immediately postoperatively.

Extension of a Phase III Randomized Study of Allogeneic Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation From One Haplotype Mismatch Related Donor or From an Unrelated Donor to Younger Patients Eligible for Reduced-intensity Conditioning Regimen

This study is an extension to younger patients of the currently ongoing national, multicenter, open-label, randomized phase III HAPLOMUDELDERLY which evaluates elderly patients with hematological malignancies, justifying an allo-HSCT from an alternative donor when a MRD has not been identified. It will extend the investigation of these two modalities of allo-HSCT to younger patients which are eligible to RIC.

Post Implant Syndrome After EVAR and EVAS (INSPIRE Study)

Retrospective data have shown that active sac management, as applied in EVAS, reduces the incidence of the post-implant syndrome. All-cause and cardiac mortality at one-year seems to be lower after EVAS when compared to EVAR. Ongoing, low grade, inflammation could differ between techniques and induce cardiac damage. This study is designed to establish whether EVAS results in a reduced post-operative inflammatory response during the first year after surgery, compared to EVAR as...

Evaluation of 3D Rotational Angiography After EVAR

This is a randomized prospective monocentric study to evaluate the benefits of a 3D rotational acquisition (3DRA) to assess technical success after treatment of infra-renal aneurysm with bifurcated endograft. Patients will be randomized between the standard strategy (2D angiography at the end of the procedure and angioCT-scan before discharge) and the new strategy (3DRA at the end of the procedure). Expected findings are a reduction of radiation exposure and contrast medium use...

Long-Term Effects of HIV Exposure and Infection in Children

As new drugs and vaccines are developed to prevent HIV disease progression and prolong survival of HIV infected patients, the short-term safety and effectiveness of these treatments are evaluated in research studies. However, the long-term effects, whether they are benefits or side effects, need to be studied as well. These long-term effects may have a greater impact on infants and children who are still growing and developing. The purpose of this study is to follow HIV-expo...

Effect of Short-term Annatto Carotenoids Supplementation on Oxidative Stress Status in Healthy Individuals

Low-density lipoprotein (LDL) oxidation has a pivotal role in atherosclerosis development. There is a relationship between carotenoids serum concentration and cardiovascular (CV) benefits, mainly in oxidized LDL (oxLDL) reduction. Despite cardio protective effects of annatto carotenoids, bixin and norbixin, in vitro and in animal studies, its short or long-term supplementation effect on humans are not know. Objective: To analyse CV benefits of annatto carotenoids short-term sup...

A Study Comparing Efficacy and Safety of "Treat-and-Extend" Regimen Versus PRN of Conbercept in AMD

The study will evaluate the efficacy and safety of two different regimens of Conbercept (Treat-and-Extend Regimen vs. PRN) in patients with wet AMD. This study is to provide long-term safety data in the treatment of patients with wet AMD.

Psoas Compartment Block (PCB) Versus L.A Infiltration and Remifentanil Infusion During EVAR

Endovascular aneurysm repair (EVAR) was introduced in 1990 for the first time as a minimally invasive procedure instead of the conventional open surgical repair, with the aim to decrease morbidity and mortality . Nowadays EVAR has become an acceptable management for patients with infra-renal aortic aneurysms (AAA) . A lot of anesthetic techniques have been used successfully for EVAR. EVAR requires sedative analgesic medications to achieve an acceptable level of comfort to the p...

Muscle and Cerebral Oxygenation Under EVAR of AAA: GA vs LA

The purpose of this study is to determine the effect of General versus Local Anaesthesia on muscle and cerebral oxygenation under EVAR-treatment in a prospective unblinded randomised controlled trail.

The Short-Term MBT Project

The study will evaluate the benefitial and harmful effects of short-term (20 weeks) compared to long-term (14 months) mentalization-based therapy for outpatients with subthreshold or diagnosed borderline personality disorder.

Ginkgo Biloba to Improve Short-Term Memory Losses Associated With Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT)

Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) is an effective treatment for severe or medication-resistant depression and other psychiatric disorders. A common side effect of ECT is problems with short-term memory during treatment. This study will test whether taking ginkgo biloba (GB) prior to and during the course of ECT will lessen the effects of ECT on short-term memory.

Health Outcomes After Participating in Exercise (HOPE)

Aging is associated with significant declines in muscle mass, strength, and physical performance, all of which lead to disability, loss of independence, and adverse clinical outcomes. Obesity exacerbates these age-related declines in function and is associated with poorer clinical outcomes and quality of life. Weight loss can also worsen age-related loss of muscle mass and decrease bone mineral density. The overall goals of this study are to determine if the short-term function...

Fusion Imaging for EVAR With Mobile C-arm

Fusion imaging is a technique that facilitates endovascular navigation but is only available in hybrid rooms. The goal of this study is to evaluate the feasibility of fusion imaging with a mobile C-arm in a conventional operating room through the use of an angio-navigation station.

Long Term Effects of Nutritional Supplementation on Final Height

The proposed study is an extension study to two ongoing double blind, randomized, placebo-controlled studies evaluating the effect of gender-specific nutritional supplementation on growth of short and lean adolescent boys and girls. The aim of the current study is to extend these short term double blind, randomized, placebo controlled studies (one in boys and one in girls) and to add an extension study, which will evaluate the long term effect of the gender specific nutritional...

Intraoperative Assessment of Pulsatile Aneurysm Wall Motion During Endovascular Aneurysm Repair

Endovascular abdominal aortic aneurysm repair (EVAR) aims to reduce the risk of aneurysm (AAA) rupture by reducing the blood pressure transmitted to the wall of the aneurysm. Aneurysms that remain pressurized despite EVAR may continue to grow, therefore requiring additional surgical interventions. We seek to infer the reduction of pressure transmitted to the aneurysm wall by using intraoperative ultrasound ('M-Mode') to assess the pulsatility of the aneurysm wall. We hypothesiz...

FMT and Fiber in Patients With Metabolic Syndrome

This study is looking at the safety and effectiveness of stool transplant, also known as Fecal Microbiota Transplantation (FMT) and prebiotic supplementation in the management of metabolic syndrome. Metabolic syndrome is a common progressive medical condition that is linked to obesity, diabetes, and heart disease. Obesity and metabolic syndrome are associated with abnormalities in gut flora which lead to chronic inflammation. This chronic inflammation is thought to worse...

Endovascular Aneurysm Repair (EVAR) Gate Study

This study will evaluate a randomized comparison of direct versus snare techniques for cannulation of contralateral gate during an endovascular aneurysm repair (EVAR) procedure. This information will be used to determine if primary snaring is superior to retrograde cannulation in decreasing procedural time and radiation exposure.

Efficacy of Ambrisentan in Limited Scleroderma Patients in Improving Blood Flow to Hands or Feet

The purpose of this study is to investigate the effectiveness of a drug called ambrisentan, approved by the FDA for use in pulmonary hypertension (a condition where there is increased pressure in the right side of the heart) in scleroderma patients, to see if this medicine may be beneficial in relieving and/or preventing Raynaud's flares in you and other patients like you. This medicine may have some short-term and long-term benefits in persons with scleroderma

Short-term, Home-based, High-intensity Interval Training (HIT) for Improving Fitness

This study will aim to evaluate the efficacy of a short-term, home-based, high-intensity interval (HIT) programme in improving cardiovascular fitness in healthy volunteers aged 55 and above, with an age-comparison to younger individuals taking part in the same training regime. It will also explore the efficacy of time-matched 'static' interventions for improving cardiovascular parameters in middle-aged females.

ELECT Trial - Embolization of the Lumbar Arteries Before EVAR

Prospective, Randomized, Single-center Study for the Treatment of Subjects with Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm: Embolization of the Lumbar Arteries Before EVAR: A Prospectively Randomized Trial Comparing Platinum-Fibered Microcoils (control arm) with the MVP® Microvascular Plug (study arm)"

Pain Management After TKA: Comparison of Short- and Long-term Nerve Blocks

The purpose of this study is to determine if there is any significant difference between using a short-term ON-Q nerve block (which is applied prior to surgery and maintained in place until the medication in the initial balls have been fully used, usually 2-4 days) in comparison to a long-term ON-Q nerve block (which is applied prior to surgery and maintained in place up to seven days after surgery). This study will analyze patient reported levels of pain, range of motion, and ...

Long Term Chamomile Therapy for Anxiety

Prior research has shown that chamomile may be an effective, short-term anti-anxiety treatment. This study will examine the initial and long-term benefits of chamomile extract therapy for the prevention of recurrent anxiety disorder.

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) for Temporomandibular Dysfunction (TMD): A Whole Systems Multi-site Trial

This study seeks to evaluate the benefits of different combinations of a Self Care program, involving individually targeted education and support, plus Traditional Chinese Medicine, in terms of patients' experience and outcomes in short-term follow-up (8 weeks) and long-term follow-up (18-months). The study seeks to evaluate the benefits and drawbacks of different patterns of stepped care, which means different levels of care depending on patients' responses at various time-po...

Subjective Ageing in Fibromyalgia

Subjective age or felt age is the term used for how the person feels; one can feel same, younger or older than their actual age. Feeling younger or feeling older may be associated with depression, anxiety, fatigue, sleep, quality of life or cognitive function.

Phase II Pilot Controlled Study of Short Vs Longer Term Pimozide (Orap) Therapy in Tourette Syndrome

OBJECTIVES: I. Determine whether the time period between randomization and endpoint is longer in the short term pimozide therapy or longer term therapy in patients with Tourette syndrome. II. Determine whether tic severity, medication side effects, academic performance and psychosocial functioning are better in the short term pimozide therapy or longer term pimozide therapy.

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