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A prospective, multicenter, observational evaluation of the safety and efficacy of the FRED® device in the treatment of intracranial aneurysms.
The aim of this study is to investigate if six-weeks of exercise intervention, 3 times per week on the Functional Re-adaptive Exercise Device (FRED) reduces non-specific mechanical low back pain in adults ages 18-60.
This is a multi-site randomized control trial taking place at six cancer centers. UC Davis is the lead site. Additional performance sites include the City of Hope Medical Center, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center at the Univ. of Washington, USC Norris Cancer Center, UCSD Cancer Center, and Johns Hopkins Cancer Center. Clinical trial patients and their caregivers who are randomized to the intervention arm of the study are scheduled for three educational sessions. The sessions foc...
The objective of this study is to compare the efficacy of a 6-session hepatitis C self-management workshop to a hepatitis C self-management self-study program. Both interventions are designed to help people with hepatitis C learn to actively self-manage their chronic HCV infection, and ultimately, to improve health outcomes for veterans with HCV who are not receiving Interferon-based treatment. Participants complete a total of four assessments. The fourth assessment, a 12-18 ...
310 alcohol abusing or dependent patients beginning intensive outpatient day treatment at community-based clinics will be randomly assigned to one of four conditions: (a) standard treatment as usual (ST) at the clinic without contingency management (CM); (b) standard treatment with contingency management for 12 weeks with a 0.5 probability of winning prizes for each negative sample submitted; (c) standard treatment with contingency management for 24 weeks with a 0.34 probabilit...
The purpose of this research study is to learn whether or not people with bipolar disorder can reduce their risk of heart disease and related conditions by having a Care Manager provide self management and care management.
This study will measure the efficacy and safety of an early postoperative anticoagulation self-management program, using the CoaguChek S device, in patients undergoing mechanical valve replacements. Patients will be randomized into a study group (self-management) or a control group (physician management).
The purpose of this study is to compare different forms of treatment for substance abuse. This study will involve a type of treatment called contingency management, in which patients receive incentives (prizes) for attending outpatient treatment. This study will compare contingency management to standard treatment that does not involve incentives. This study will also compare contingency management treatment that lasts 6 weeks to contingency management that lasts 12 weeks. Fina...
Fibromyalgia is a complex chronic illness affecting 6-12 million Americans. Self-management strategies play a key role in reducing symptoms and maintaining functioning. The proposed project offers a web-based self management tool that enables FM sufferers to identify significant linkages between their personal symptom levels and their personal self-management efforts over time in order to plan their own optimal approach to disease management.
This study is to provide reliable information on the management of bipolar disorders in real every day, clinical practice, to determine the clinical outcomes of such management and use of resources in relation to the disease, and to establish the factors associated with different management patterns and clinical outcomes.
This study is designed to determine the safety and efficacy of non-operative antibiotic management of clinically diagnosed acute uncomplicated appendicitis in children. Enrolled patients will be randomised and an allocation ratio of 1:1 will be made via weighted minimisation, where half of the patients will receive non-operative management with intravenous Piperacillin with Tazobactam, while the other half will have an appendicectomy.
Contract management is a new management mode. To help patients achieve fluid balance through contract management, that is: 1. edema, congestive heart failure and other similar symptoms begin to reduce to disappear; 2. Blood pressure control in normal range, that is 90-140/60-90mmHg, or the target value prescribed by the doctors； 3. Fluid intake and output keep in balance; 4. No imbalance symptoms turn out, such as edema, congestive heart fai...
This is a single-centre, randomised-controlled trial, comparing management of preschool wheeze. It specifically aims to compare management of preschool wheeze using current clinical guidelines to management determined by eosinophilic inflammation and infection. Participants will be children aged 1-5 years who have recurrent wheezing and will be allocated to one of two treatment groups, either current clinical care or pathological phenotype based management. They will be asked t...
The purpose of this study is to examine the feasibility and acceptability of a 12-week care management program for medically complex Veterans with cognitive impairment, delivered via telephone or videoconferencing.
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the ability of patients with intermediate risk of heart disease to appropriately use a Self-Management System.
The purpose of this study is to determine whether intraoperative fluid and sodium restriction decreases postoperative morbidity
The purpose of this study is to examine whether a telephone-based self-management intervention improves pain, physical function, and other outcomes among veterans with osteoarthritis of the hip or knee.
The primary aim of this study is to assess the effectiveness of both high and low intensity, disease management programs for smoking. The hypotheses are to compare abstinence from cigarettes, the number of quit attempts, and smokers motivation at 24 months between participants receiving high and low intensity disease management and those receiving usual care.
This feasibility study evaluates whether it is possible to run a larger scale study to investigate the use of a self-management programme with adults who have recently had a stroke. Half of the participants will receive support with self-management from stroke therapists, while the other half will receive it from rehabilitation assistants.
Contingency management interventions involve providing a tangible reward for progress toward treatment goals. The purpose of this study is to determine whether a contingency management intervention added to usual care leads to improved attendance and decreased substance use in patients attending outpatient substance use disorders treatment.
Although many studies have demonstrated the efficacy of disease management programs on mortality, morbidity, quality of life (Qol), and medical cost in patients with heart failure (HF), no study has focused on psychological status as an outcome of disease management in patients with HF. Disease management could lead to the reduction of psychological distress, thus improving the self-care ability and adherence of patients with HF. In addition, very little information is availabl...
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the efficacy of prize contingency management (CM) in reducing in-patient detoxification services for chronic recidivist alcohol-dependent patients.
The purpose of the trial is to test the adjunctive effect of adding a lapse management system to a best practices web- and mobile smoking cessation program.
The first objective of this study was to compare the traditional fluid management (TFM) with PVI guided goal-directed fluid management (GDFM) in terms of controlled intraoperative fluid volume, surgical end-point fluid balance, blood lactate and serum creatinine levels. ASA I-II 70 patients included in this prospective study.
Pleth Variability Index (PVI) seems to be an ideal parameter to guide fluid management: dynamic parameter and non-invasive. PVI could guide fluid management during surgery and optimization of the plethysmographic-derived parameter could improve hemodynamics of the patients.