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Pharmacokinetics of Two Eletriptan Oral Formulations Given With and Without Water and the Commercial Tablet Formulation Given With Water

The study will evaluate whether the blood concentrations of eletriptan administered using two test formulations of oral disintegrating tablets are comparable to those observed with the standard commercial tablet.

Study of the Effects of a Mineralized Water Ingestion Upon Lipidic Absorption Mechanisms

The principal objective of this research is the evaluation of the effect of mineralized water consumption upon evolution of LDL Cholesterol and triglycerides, compared to a low mineralized water consumption.

Water Oxygenation and Brain Activity

The primary purpose of this interventional, placebo controlled, crossover, double blind, basic science exploratory study is to investigate whether there is a difference in brain electrophysiological oscillatory activity in healthy adults before and after oral consumption of water containing very small bubbles of oxygen (electrokinetically modified water).

Water Induced Thermogenesis in Obese Children

Drinking water is largely advocated for obesity prevention and management. Recent studies have suggested that water has a thermogenic effect, this has not been examined in children. In this study, we will measure the resting metabolic rate of 21 obese children before, and during drinking cold (4 degrees centigrade)water for up to 60 minutes.

Oral Water Ingestion in Heart Transplant Patients

In this study the investigators propose to assess the hemodynamic response to the ingestion of 16 fl oz of water. The investigators will test the hypothesis that water ingestion will increase the systemic vascular resistance.

Removal of Dermal Exposure to Phthalate Ester by Hand Washing

The aim of the study is to evaluate the effectiveness in removing chemical exposure on hand, we compare removal efficiency of Di-(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP) on hands by hand washing with soap and water vs. water only. In two three-day N-of-1 trials, residual DEHP was measured in a single female adult who washed exposed hands with soap-and-water or water-only. Subsequently, a crossover study was performed by randomly assigning another 28 subjects equally to wash with soap-and...

Effects of Naturally Silicon-Rich Water on Bone Metabolism in Women

The aim of this research study is to determine by laboratory analyses the effects of drinking silicon-rich water on bone health. This will be determined from blood and urine samples from subjects who will be asked to drink 1 liter per day of either silicon-rich water or water without silicon for 12 weeks.

A Randomized Controlled Trial of a Water Protocol for Clients With Thin Liquid Dysphagia

The Purpose of the GF Strong water protocol is to allow clients who have thin liquid dysphagia to drink water under certain specified conditions according to the rules of the water protocol. Water Protocols have been shown to improve client satisfaction, and hydration. We wish to assess this in a randomized, controlled fashion, and this is a pilot project to determine feasibility.

The Impact of Distraction on Adenoma Detection Rate

The investigators will review video-recordings of three randomized, controlled trials (NCT01535326, 01699399, and 01894191) comparing air insufflation, water immersion and water exchange during colonoscopy. These studies were all conducted at Buddhist Dalin Tzu Chi Hospital.

Copeptin and NAFLD

Copeptin, a surrogate marker for vasopressin, has been found to be elevated in metabolic disorders including obesity and diabetes, which are disorders both associated with nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD), and therefore suggest a potential role for vasopressin in the pathogenesis of NAFLD. US population currently drinks on average 1-1.5L of water a day, which is less than recommended water intake (2.5L of water). Therefore, we wish to look at whether recommended water i...

Evaluation of PK of AC-1204 Mixed in Water, AC-1202 Mixed in Water, and AC-1202 Mixed in Ensure® on Ketone Body Production

To compare serum ketone body (i.e., total ketones, β hydroxybutyrate, and estimate of acetoacetate) levels after single dose administration of AC-1204 mixed in water, AC-1202 mixed in water and AC-1202 mixed in Ensure®.

Water Intake and Glycemic Response : Preliminary Study

Glycemic index concept is widely used to determine impact of a food to blood glucose. Several studies showed that water content and intake after meal may influence glycemic response of the meal and thus have an effect on the result of GI measurement. Currently these studies found conflicting results. Therefore, this study aims to determine whether water intake, specifically after meal, may influence the glycemic response and glycemic index value of the meal.

Automatic Chlorination and Child Health in Urban Bangladesh

Municipal water networks within industrialized countries typically rely on centralized treatment to manage piped water quality. Optimal water quality at the tap, however, requires well-maintained piped distribution networks, and performs best when piped systems are fully pressurized. In low-income cities such as Dhaka, water distribution networks are inadequately maintained and typically supply intermittent service; as such, they are vulnerable to recontamination during negativ...

Effectiveness of the Numerous Educational Strategy Interventions Seeking to Increase the Water Consume in Child

The current project seeks to evaluate the effectiveness of numerous educational strategy interventions to increase the percentage of water consumed among early elementary school students over a 1-year period.

Effects of Mineral Water Consumption on Serum Lipid Parameters

The purpose of the study is to determine the effect of a specific mineral water on serum lipid concentrations in healthy subjects.

Cardiometabolic Response to a Sodium-bicarbonated Mineral Water

The effects of consuming a sodium-bicarbonated mineral water rich in bicarbonate, sodium, chloride, lithium and silicon are studied in humans. The aim of this assay was to determine whether the consumption of this water as part of the usual diet, reduces cardiometabolic risk factors in adult men and women.

Water Consumption, Hydration and Resting Energy Expenditure

A randomized, cross over study will assess the effects of ingestion of high and low volumes of water on REE over 90 minutes. The high volume of water 500ml and the low volume of water 250ml. Participants will be computer randomized to determine which volume of water to receive first. Participants will arrive at the Nutrition Assessment Laboratory between 7:00 and 7:30am following a 9 hour overnight fast. Participants will be instructed not to consume any food or drink after 10p...

Cardiac (CMRI) Assessment of Acromegaly

In this study, the investigators will evaluate the cardiac structure and function, focusing on the myocardial water content and interstitial fibrosis, in patients with active acromegaly in comparison with 1) healthy volunteers, 2) the same acromegalic patients that have received efficient therapy. The investigators hypothesize that the myocardial water content in acromegaly is increased as these patients present with sodium and water retention and that this myocardial water ...

Prospective RCT Of Water Exchange (WE) vs. WE Plus Cap-Assisted Colonoscopy

This is a study to compare two different, but normally, used methods of colonoscopy in patients undergoing colonoscopy without sedation. There will be two arms in this study: WE (water exchange) control, and WE (water exchange) plus cap (placed at tip of the colonoscope). The patient will prepare himself/herself for the colonoscopy as per normal instructions and he/she will be given the information for the study at that time so that he/she can make a decision to participate in ...

Water Immersion and Polyp Detection: A Randomized Controlled Trial

We plan to conduct a randomized trial of tandem colonoscopies comparing water infusion and air insufflation for inspection of mucosa on withdrawal. In one randomized group, water infusion will be employed as the first method for mucosal inspection while in a second group, CO2 insufflation will be used first. This study will be different than usual care since the participants will receive two successive or tandem colonoscopies versus one

Effect of Water Intake and Water Restriction on Total Kidney Volume in Autosomal Dominant Polycystic Kidney Disease

The objective of this study is to measure the influence of both short term water restriction and high water intake on total kidney volume, measured by Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) scan in Autosomal Dominant Polycystic Kidney Disease (ADPKD) patients.

Effect of Peppermint Water on Breast Crack

To evaluate the effectiveness of a topical preparation of peppermint water in comparison with that of expressed breast milk for the prevention of nipple cracks in primiparous breastfeeding women.

Small Volume Simethicone Before Gastroscopy: Any Benefit?

A randomized controlled and endoscopist-blinded study which compares the efficacy of liquid simethicone (100mg) in 5 mls water, versus placebo ( 5mls of water), as premedication (given at least 30 minutes) before gastroscopy towards improvement of the total mucosal visibility score.

Effectiveness of Safe Drinking Water in Treatment of Severe Acute Malnutrition (Pakistan)

This study builds evidence on the importance of using safe drinking water during the nutritional treatment of children affected by Severe Acute Malnutrition (SAM). The following hypotheses will be tested: 1.The addition of safe drinking water to SAM treatment will reduce exposure to pathogens that cause diarrhoeal disease, thereby reducing diarrhoea incidence among enrolled children. 2.Reductions in pathogen exposure and diarrhoeal disease will result in shorter recovery pe-rio...

Water Immersion in Right-Sided Heart Failure: A Pilot Study

This is an unblinded pilot study comparing (against a randomized control day without water immersion) the diuretic and natriuretic effects of water immersion in patients with right heart failure.

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