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Effect of South Beach Diet (SBD™) Using SBD™ Products Compared to a Calorie-Restricted Diet in Women

The purpose of this study is to examine the effectiveness of the South Beach Diet™ and South Beach Diet™ products compared to a traditional calorie restricted diet.

Effect of South Beach Diet (SBD™) Using SBD™ Products Compared to the American Diabetic Association (ADA) Diabetes Meal Plan on Body Weight and Satiety in Diabetic Women

The purpose of this study is to examine the effectiveness of the South Beach Diet and products compared to the American Diabetic Association Diabetes Meal Plan.

Prospective Evaluation of Cognitive Outcomes After Anesthesia on Patients in the Beach Chair Position

The purpose of this study was to use Near Infrared Spectroscopy (NIRS) monitoring on participants undergoing shoulder surgery in the beach chair position to determine cerebral desaturation events and to further determine cognitive changes pre and post surgery using the Mini Mental State Exam.

Intraoperative Systemic Arterial Hypotension Secondary to Beach Positioning

This study aims at describing the systemic arterial hypotension secondary to intraoperative beach chair positioning. This is a non-interventional prospective study. The primary endpoint will be the intraoperative systemic arterial pressure measured at the arm. The secondary endpoints will include postoperative mortality, intensive care admission, post anesthesia care unit length of stay,

Effect of Leg Elevation on Prevention of Intraoperative Hypotension During Beach Chair Position

The aim of this study is to evaluate the effect of leg elevation on the prevention of intraoperative hypotension during shoulder surgery in the Beach-chair position. patients undergoing shoulder surgery in the Beach-chair position will be randomly assigned to Group L (with leg elevation) or Group C (no intervention). The primary outcome is the incidence of intraoperative hypotension (mean blood pressure < 60mmHg or systolic blood pressure < 80% of baseline). Secondary outcomes ...

Multiday Beach Study

This is a randomized, double-blinded, single-center, split body and split face, multiple natural sunlight exposure evaluation of two marketed sunscreens under actual use conditions in healthy volunteers. Eligible subjects will be randomized to two treatment randomization groups: Left SPF 100+/Right SPF 50+ or Left SPF 50+/Right SPF 100+. Assessment of erythema and pigmentation will be performed at baseline and after all natural sunlight exposure periods which will occur on at t...

The Impact of a Beach Chair Position During Shoulder Arthroscopy on Regional Cerebral Oxygen Saturation : Comparison of Interscalene Block and General Anesthesia

The aim of this study is to investigate the relationship between the patient positioning in the beach chair position with consequential arterial pressure changes and their influence on regional cerebral oxygen saturation under two anesthesia techniques, general anesthesia in one group of patients and interscalene block in the second group of patients.

Effect of Dexmedetomidine on Postoperative Cognitive Function in Patients Undergoing Shoulder Arthroscopy With Beach Chair Position Under Desflurane Anesthesia

Investigate the effects of dexmedetomidine on postoperative cognitive function in patients undergoing shoulder arthroscopy with beach chair position under desflurane anesthesia.

Study of the Effect of Diet in Overweight or Obese Patients With Psoriasis on Light Therapy

The association between psoriasis and obesity has been questioned by physicians for many years. Studies have shown that the risk of having psoriasis is increased in people with a high body mass index, which is a measurement of obesity. There have been case reports of remission of psoriasis after gastric bypass surgery. Furthermore, other studies have shown that certain inflammatory diseases (such as rheumatoid arthritis) can be improved by dietary changes. The purpose of this s...

Long Term Effect of General Practitioner Education on Antibiotic Prescribing

Respiratory tract infections are the most common indication for antibiotic prescribing in primary care. Several studies have shown a strong relationship between antibiotic use and bacterial resistance. The aim of this trial was to assess the long-term effect of a continuous education program on general practitioners antibiotic prescribing behaviour. 170 physicians were included in this study. Physicians randomized in the education group attended a two days seminar focused on ev...

Telephone Call From Acute Care Physicians to Long Term Care Physicians: Impact on Transitional Care of Elderly Patients

A telephone call from a physician taking care of a patient in the hospital to a physician in the long term care setting at the time of discharge can improve transitional care for elderly patients. We believe direct communication between physicians can reduce re-hospitalizations, medication errors, morbidity and mortality. No studies have been done that involve physician-to-physician sign-outs after hospital discharge to the nursing home. In our study, we would like to address t...

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 Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) Therapy From the Physicians Perspective Using Tiotropium as an Example

Documentation of successful therapy with tiotropium (Spiriva Respimat; Spiriva (tiotropium 18 mcg capsules)) in COPD patients requiring long-acting bronchodilators: description of the most important outcome parameters according to the physicians assessment to determine the success of therapy. Such data are not yet available. Also collection of physicians assessments and patients assessments of efficacy and tolerability of Spiriva Respimat, Spiriva (tiotropium 18 mcg capsules).

Clinical Practice Intensity: Comparing Veterans Affairs (VA) to Private Sector Physicians

This is a national physician mail survey examining primary care practice patterns. The experimental component of the study (the clinical trial) is a randomized trial of different monetary incentive forms and amounts for physicians invited to participate in the study. Only non-VA physicians will be included in this part of the study. (VA physicians are not allowed to receive monetary incentives.) Physicians will be randomized to receive one of four incentives: $20 cash, $50 ...

Physicians' Health Study: Study of Low Cardiovascular Disease Mortality

To explain the extremely low cardiovascular mortality among Physicians' Health Study (PHS) participants by ascertaining all cardiovascular and total deaths among the 90,457 physicians who returned enrollment forms but were not randomized into the study. Also, to compare the mortality experience of randomized physicians with various subgroups of non-participants.

CADence Performance as a Rule-Out Modality in Long Beach Veterans Administration Heart Catheterization Lab Patients

The purpose of the study is to evaluate the safety and performance of the CADence device by comparing it to the results obtained from standard coronary angiography. The CADence device collects acoustic (sound) data from locations on the chest for the purpose of identifying coronary artery turbulence, which may be indicative of coronary artery disease.

Determine the Safety of a Sublingual Tablet Formulation of Buprenorphine and Naloxone by Extending the Combination Tablet Availability to Physicians in Office-Based Practice

The CS 1018 study will recruit a total of 600 patients seeking treatment for opiate dependence. They will be recruited from six states (Florida, New York, Texas, California, Washington, and Illinois), with up to ten private physician sites or clinics participating in each state. Coordination of the participating sites and clinics in each of the six states will be performed from an associated Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center (Tampa VAMC, New York City VAMC, San Anto...

Can Vignettes Be Used to Improve Practice & Outcome

This is a pilot study to first measure the cross-sectional relationship between variations in physicians� vignette scores and aggregated scores of individual physicians� patient health outcomes; and second to (longitudinally) determine whether feedback of vignette scores improves physicians� clinical performance as measured by vignettes

Testing the Effectiveness of Behavioral Text Messages to Promote Attendance at HMRE Sessions

The University of Florida offers relationship education programs named ELEVATE, for couples, and Smart Steps, for couples in stepfamilies, in Citrus, Duval, Manatee, Palm Beach, and Santa Rosa counties. Each workshop comprises 4 2.5-hour long sessions. The STREAMS evaluation will examine whether text messages informed by behavioral insight theory can improve couples' attendance at relationship skills education group sessions, and if so, which kinds of messages are most effectiv...

Healthy Lifestyles for Mentally Ill People Who Have Experienced Weight Gain From Their Antipsychotic Medications - 2

This program aims to help veterans who take antipsychotic medications lose weight. We use a program based on the American Diabetes Association's "Diabetes Prevention Program," and we have modified it to fit the lifestyles of people with mental illness. All participants are educated about nutrition and cutting down fat intake, how and when to exercise, and the causes of diabetes and how to prevent it. Participants must be veterans who live within one hour of the Long Beach, W...

Trial of a Best-Practice Alert in the Electronic Medical Record to Reduce Unnecessary Telemetry Monitoring

This is a randomized trial of a best-practice alert delivered via the electronic medical record (Apex) to physicians on the Medicine service at UCSF Medical Center over a six month period. The alert notifies physicians that their order for continuous cardiac monitoring (telemetry) for a given patient has exceeded the duration recommended by national guidelines and offers them the opportunity to discontinue monitoring if they feel it is clinically appropriate. Physicians will be...

Deprescribing Antipsychotics in Long-Term Care

Aggressive behaviours in long-term care (LTC) is a difficult health care issue to manage. One method that has been over-used is the prescription of antipsychotics for the behaviours and psychological symptoms of dementia (BPSD). This high prevalence of use is a recognized health care problem in Ontario and around the world; increased antipsychotics use is associated with increased falls and mortality. Existing strategies are educational in nature and are not systematic; the goa...

Physician Disclosures in the Real World of Conflicting Interests

This study seeks to ascertain the best way to inform patients about their physicians' conflicts of interest (COI) with industry. Currently, there is no institutional or national standard for such physician-to-patient disclosures. The primary aim of this study is to test different written disclosures and assess their impact on patients' knowledge of their physicians' COIs and on patients' trust in their physician and their healthcare institution. The secondary aim is to investig...

Brief Tobacco Cessation Counselling: Mini Train-the-trainers Program

Physicians play a critical role in reducing tobacco use by advising smoking patients to quit. After receiving such advice to quit smoking, patients were more likely to report trying to quit, quitting for at least 24 hours, making more quit attempts, and having more successful quitting outcomes compared with those who received no such advice. On the other hand, most physicians are not performing smoking cessation counselling, and miss the opportunities to advise patients to quit...

RIAT Registry: Reason for Not Intensifying Antihypertensive Treatment

To support physicians in their active management of hypertensive patients. By targeting specific systolic and diastolic blood pressure (BP) figures physicians will closely monitor the BP values and as such will have an individualized control of the treatment in each patient.

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