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Preoperative Progression of Macular Holes

Knowledge of the natural history and progression of macular holes is mainly limited to the studies from the pre-optical coherence tomography era. By observing macular holes preoperatively we are able to determine the extent of the preoperative macular hole progression. At our institution macular holes are treated in an elective setting. The majority of macular holes undergo a 2-step sequence of phacoemulsification and intraocular lens implantation followed by vitrectomy....


The Effects of Tiopronin on 3-Aminopropanal Level & Neurologic Outcome After Aneurysmal Subarachnoid Hemorrhage

The purpose of this phase II study is to further assess the safety of tiopronin in aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage(aSAH) patients in order to obtain preliminary data on the efficacy of tiopronin versus placebo in reducing serum and CSF 3AP levels in this patient population.

Using the Hunt Motivational Scale to Aid in Weight Loss and Weight Maintenance

In this study, we plan to determine the efficacy of the Hunt Motivational Scale as a tool for weight loss compared to standard of care in the Penn Medicine Princeton Health weight management program.


Osteolysis Development Around Uncemented Cups With or Without Screw Holes

In order to investigate the role of acetabular cup screw holes for the transport of osteolysis-inducing particles in a total hip arthroplasty articulation, the investigators compare the amount of bone loss around acetabular cups with and without holes. Bone loss is measured with computed tomography at 7 years and 15 - 18 years of follow-up.

Golden Black Seed: Support of Metabolic Health and General Wellness.

To document effects of consuming Golden Black Seed (brand: New Chapter Inc.) on metabolic health and wellness in human subjects. Golden Black Seed contains extracts from the turmeric root (Curcuma longa) and black cumin seeds (Nigella sativa). Both botanicals have been used traditionally in Asian cooking, and also in herbal medicine for reducing inflammation.

Black Cohosh as Alternative Therapy for Treating Menopause-Related Anxiety

This study will determine the effectiveness of the herb black cohosh for treating menopause-related anxiety symptoms in women. Study hypotheses: 1) Black cohosh will have a superior anti-anxiety effect compared to placebo. 2) Black cohosh will have a comparable safety profile to that of placebo.

Effects of Black Cohosh on Menopausal Hot Flashes

This study will assess whether treatment with black cohosh is effective in reducing the frequency and intensity of menopausal hot flashes. In addition, this study will determine whether or not black cohosh reduces the frequency of other menopausal symptoms and improves quality of life.

The Use of a Forecasting System for Predicting Exacerbations of COPD

People with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) often have periods during the year when their symptoms become worse. These are often due to an infection and are called "exacerbations" by doctors. Exacerbations are more common in the winter and also seem to be related to particular types of weather. As well as forecasting the weather the UK Met Office has developed a system to try to predict when exacerbations are likely to occur. The main purpose of this research s...

Assessment of Salivary Bacterial Level and Dental Caries Experience in a Group of Egyptian Children With Black Stained Teeth

Black stains (BS) are type of extrinsic discoloration of the tooth. It's characterized as dark lines or an incomplete coalescence of dark dots found mostly on cervical third of the crown. Most studies worldwide found that children with the black stained teeth have low caries prevalence. A study on Brazilian population also suggested that black stains might be protective factor against development of dental caries. A study reported that chromogenic bacteria were proposed as etio...

Black Men's Care, and Intervention to Re-Engage HIV+ Black Men in Care

The proposed study aims to develop an intervention that is strategic in that it will 1) be a focused on an approach that combines an in-person session with post-session, two-way text messaging to continue the intervention and reinforce the gains from the in-person session and 2) ultimately find HIV+ Black men who have sex with men who have left HIV care where they are likely to present (e.g., city and county health clinics, community-based organizations, emergency rooms).

Effect of Menopause Relief EP-40 in Women With Menopausal Symptoms

This study compares the efficacy of a fixed combination of black cohosh (EP-40) and Rhodiola rosea (EPR-7) with low (6.5 mg) and high doses (500 mg) of a standardized black cohosh extract (ZE450) only in adult woman with menopausal complaints.

Effects of Black Tea on Cardiovascular Disease in the Mauritian Population

It is proposed to investigate the association between consumption of black tea and various selective fasting blood serum and urine biomarkers in a Mauritian population with ischaemic heart diseases. This study, the first of its kind, will provide clinical data on the potential prophylactic propensities of Mauritian black tea against cardiovascular disease, which remains one of the major health threats to the Mauritian population.

Effectiveness of Black Tea Mouthwash on Plaque Formation

The study was conducted to measure the effectiveness of Black Tea in reducing the deposits on teeth. It also compares the effect between use of black tea mouthwash and green tea mouthwash to that of chlorhexidine in reducing plaque deposition on teeth in a two weeks long clinical trial among adults of 18-40 years of age.

Feasibility Study of a Multi-Component Intervention for Black Men Who Have Sex With Men

It has been estimated that black men who have sex with men (MSM) account for one quarter of all new HIV infections in the US annually, yet little prevention work has been directed towards this population. The purpose of this study is to research and potentially design a new and better way to try and slow the spread of HIV among black MSM.

Human Amniotic Membrane Plug for Large Macular Holes

This is a prospective, interventional, consecutive case series conducted in Alexandria university. The aim of the study is to evaluate the therapeutic efficacy of human amniotic membrane in promoting closure of large macular holes.

Intervention With Black Currant Seed Press Residues in Healthy Subjects

The study was performed to investigate the effects of the consumption of black currant seed press residues, which were baked into bread.

Reducing Health Disparities for Black Women in the Treatment of Insomnia

Black women are at a higher risk of developing insomnia and insomnia has profound physical and psychological health consequences. There is a proven, non-pharmacological, treatment for insomnia for the general population but there is little evidence of the effectiveness of this treatment among Black women. The goal of this study is to conduct a comparative effectiveness trial of three insomnia therapies over a 6 month follow-up period. This study aims to provide the much needed ...

Black Cohosh Extract in Postmenopausal Breast Health

The purpose of the study is to determine if black cohosh extract (BCE) administration in symptomatic postmenopausal women results in estrogenic stimulation of the breast, as determined by estradiol, pS2, FSH, LH, and PSA levels in nipple aspirate fluid.

Effects of Black Pepper on the Absorption of Nutrients in Vegetables

The objective of this project is to determine the extent to which eating black pepper together with vegetables increase the absorption of carotenoids (a class of important nutrients) in the vegetables such as beta-carotene.

Compare the Healing Process of Idiopathic Macular Hole With Different Surgical Techniques

To compare anatomic and functional results, and to evaluate postoperatively the healing process in 2 different techniques for the closure of the macular holes (MH)

Effectiveness of a Barbershop-Based Program to Improve High Blood Pressure Control and Awareness in Black Men

Black men in the United States have a greater risk of developing high blood pressure than men of any other ethnic or racial group. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness of a high blood pressure detection and medical referral program conducted by barbers in predominantly Black barbershops at increasing awareness and lowering blood pressure levels among their Black male customers.

Alleviated Positioning for Small Macular Holes

Rational of the study: There are arguments to think that the closure of macular holes can be obtained without a strict positioning under certain conditions, i.e. hole size ≤ 400 µm, if the patient avoids the position laid down on the back. In order to be able to confirm these observations, it is necessary to make a randomized study with an adequate number of patients. Aim of the study: To show that the percentage of success (anatomical closure confirmed by OCT) is not...

Photodynamic Remediation of Black Stain

This study investigates the remediation of black-stained tooth surfaces using antimicrobial photodynamic therapy. In this crossover trial, a cohort of patients received standard dental prophylactic cleaning to remove the black stain. Later, following the washout period, (reappearance of the black stain) received photodynamic therapy in addition to the standard cleaning. Stain-free period in each of the arms was the main outcome variable. Additional microbial plaque testing was ...

Using Technology to Match Young Black Men and Transwomen Who Have Sex With Men or Transwomen to HIV Testing Options

Young Black men who have sex with men (MSM) and transwomen in the US are affected by HIV at severely disproportionate rates. A key component of HIV prevention for communities at risk is diagnosing HIV infections through regular HIV testing. A significant proportion of young Black MSM and transwomen have not tested in the prior year. This research study seeks to address low HIV testing rates among young Black MSM and transwomen by testing a brief Internet-based HIV testing inter...

ILM Flap Transposition Versus ILM Peeling for Macular Holes: a Pilot Study

Patients with macular hole


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