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Upper Extremity Function in Multiple Sclerosis Patients With Advanced Disability Treated With Ocrevus

The investigators are measuring the effectiveness of Ocrevus™ in helping patients with hand or arm weakness, especially if posed by a more advanced MS patient than those included in the clinical trials.


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Benefits Counseling to Preserve Function Among Disability Applicants

This study will address the problem that claimants with psychiatric disabilities who apply for and receive disability benefits go on to work less than those whose claims are denied.

Long-term Follow-up of Participants From Studies Evaluating GSK HIV Vaccine

The purpose of this long-term follow-up study is to assess the long-term health status of HIV-infected subjects who previously participated in GSK-sponsored trials evaluating the investigational HIV vaccine 732462. This study will provide additional data concerning the long-term benefits/risks associated with vaccination. No vaccine will be administered during the study period. Vaccines were administered during the primary study (NCT 00814762).


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...

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...

Return to Work After Mild Traumatic Brain Injury

Background: Patients with mild traumatic brain injury can to some extend experience long-term physical, cognitive, social and behavioral deficits, which have serious implications for employment trajectories and financial independence. High socio-economic position such as income, level of education or employment before the accident have shown to affect return to work. Previously studies are typically self-report studies, and are often small and may suffer from selection b...

Pharmacogenetic Trial and Long-term Follow-up of the PRISMS Trial (PRISMS-15)

This study, PRISMS-15 is a single visit, exploratory pharmacogenetic trial and long-term follow-up of the PRISMS (Prevention of Relapses and Disability by Interferon beta-1a Subcutaneously in Multiple Sclerosis) trial. The aim of this trial is to provide additional data on the driving factors of IFN beta response and the long-term outcomes of Rebif® treatment. This is a Phase IV trial involving subjects who previously participated in the PRISMS trial. To address the tr...

Secondary Prevention of Osteoporotic Fractures in Residents of Long-Term Care Facilities

Osteoporotic fractures of the hip are a major cause of admission to long-term care facilities. Such fractures put patients at high risk for further fractures, pain and disability. Current data show that many patients in long-term care facilities do not receive FDA medications for their osteoporosis. This trial will test whether a multi-model intervention (which provides feedback about provider use of osteoporosis medications, information about osteoporosis, and currently app...

BENEFIT 15 Long-term Follow-up Study of the BENEFIT and BENEFIT Follow-up Studies

The purpose of this study is to obtain long-term clinical data from patients approximately 15 years after their first clinical event, who participated in the former BENEFIT 304747 study and were treated at least once within that study. This study will collect clinical information on the disease course, on disability, relapses, cognitive function over time, quality of life, depression, fatigue, resource use, and employment status. In addition, brain MRI is performed.

A Community Wellness Program for Adults Living With Long-term Physical Disability

For people living with long-term physical disabilities, such as spinal cord injury or multiple sclerosis, middle-age (45-64) is a period of great vulnerability for losses in function and participation. There is an urgent need to develop and test interventions that can be delivered through existing community service agencies to help these people maximize their community participation and quality of life. This research will test the efficacy of one such intervention in a communit...

Return to Work After Potential Severe Injury

In Norway an estimated 10 % of the population is injured annually. Of these 36.000 sustain permanent functional impairment, 1.200 receive disability pension, and approximately 2.500 die because of their injuries. Mortality is the most common variable measuring trauma outcome. However, measuring only trauma mortality may be looking merely at the tip of the iceberg. For every trauma death, there are ten-folds suffering long term functional impairment. Mortality is therefore a too...

Multi-center Clinical Research of Acupuncture Treatment of Knee Osteoarthritis

Knee osteoarthritis (KOA) is a major public health problem among the elderly and is associated with considerable disability. A recent analysis of data indicated that about 35% of women and men aged 60 years and above had radiographic knee OA.Despite the high prevalence rate of OA, the treatment of OA is far from satisfactory. Acupuncture may be a promising treatment option for knee OA due to the effectiveness of the pain relief and the rarity of adverse effects. In order to get...

A Follow up Study of Patients Treated With Imlifidase Prior to Kidney Transplantation

The rationale for the current protocol is to collect data from extended follow up in subjects that have received a kidney transplant following imlifidase dosing to provide a better understanding regarding the long-term outcome for these subjects. Data of parameters such as patient and graft survival, comorbidity, treatment of rebound of DSAs and quality of life as well as anti-drug antibody levels will be collected. This prospective, observational follow up study of subjects w...

The Effect of Exercise Dosage on Physical Function, Cognition and Disability Following Critical Illness

Survival following a critical illness continues to improve with ongoing developments in medical management, however evidence shows that this patient group is at a high risk of suffering long term disability. The objectives are to determine if there is a link between the amount of exercise performed in intensive care on the presence of delirium, long term cognition and disability whilst ensuring that patient reported outcomes correlate with actual measured results, and to obtain...

PROGRESS-AMS 1.0 Clinical Long Term Follow-Up

The primary objective of this study is to collect long term clinical follow-up data on all patients enrolled in the PROGRESS AMS-1.0 study to assess long term safety of the AMS-1.0

Dry Needling for Patients With Back Pain

The aim of this trial will be to examine the short and long term effectiveness of dry needling on pain, disability, and patient perceived improvements in patients with back pain attending physical therapy. The investigators hypothesize that patients who receive dry needling, manual therapy, and exercise will achieve greater reductions in pain and disability in the short (6 weeks) and long term (6 and 24 months) compared to those who receive just manual therapy, and exercise.

Long-term Follow-up Study of GLPG0634 in Active Rheumatoid Arthritis Patients

- Subjects will be enrolled in this open-label long-term follow-up study after they have completed one of the two core studies, GLPG0634-CL-203 (DARWIN1) or GLPG0634-CL-204 (DARWIN2) and will be evaluated for any side effects that may occur (long-term safety and tolerability) when taking GLPG0634 (daily dose of 200 mg, either as once daily (QD) or twice daily (BID) regimen depending on the regimen in the preceding core study). - During the course of the...

Simvastatin in Aneurysmal Subarachnoid Haemorrhage (STASH) a Multicentre Randomised Controlled Clinical Trial

Intracranial bleeding from ruptured blood vessels (called a subarachnoid haemorrhage -SAH) affects 7000 patients each year in the UK and is a source of considerable death and disability, even in young adults. Recent observations indicate that these bleeds can cause reduced cerebral blood flow which leads to a bad outcome. High rates of death and disability occur, and are particularly prevalent when low cerebral blood flow results in stroke. Prevention of cerebral artery spasm a...

Effectiveness of a Novel Neural Tissue Management to Improve Short-term Pain and Disability in Patients With Sciatica

Objectives: To analyse the effects of sciatic neural mobilisation, in combination to the treatment of the surrounding structures, on pain and disability. Secondly, to investigate baseline characteristics that may be associated with improvements in pain and lumbar disability. Methods: Twenty-eight patients with a clinical diagnosis of sciatica were treated with neural mobilization, joint mobilisation and soft tissue techniques. Pain intensity and lumbar disability were assessed ...

Mechanisms of Exacerbation of Asthma

The purpose of this study is to identify the causes of asthma that were not previously suspected, to better understand the effects of inhaled steroids on asthma and to identify new way to treat asthma. In order to take advantage of the most current scientific expertise, we (scientists at UCSF) plan to work together with Genentech Inc. We believe that working with Genentech will provide the best chance of developing new treatments for asthma.

Study of the Mechanisms of Asthma

The purpose of this study is to identify the causes of asthma that were not previously suspected, to better understand the effects of inhaled steroids on asthma and to identify new way to treat asthma. In order to take advantage of the most current scientific expertise, we (scientists at UCSF) plan to work together with Genentech Inc. We believe that working with Genentech will provide the best chance of developing new treatments for asthma.

Long Term Observation of Patient Satisfaction Post INTRACOR Treatment Based on Patient Perception and Diagnostic Data

This study is a prospective, open, not randomized, unilateral multicenter eye study consisting of two study arms to observe the long term satisfaction of patients after an INTRACOR treatment. The satisfaction is determined with the help of the patient perception and the subjective / objective diagnostic data. The hypothesis of the study is that patients after an INTRACOR treatment are satisfied in the long term.

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.

Avonex 15 Year Long Term Follow-up Study

The Avonex Fifteen-year Long-term Follow-up of Patients with Relapsing Multiple Sclerosis: ASSessment of Drug Utilization, EaRly TreAtmeNt, and Clinical OutcomEs (ASSURANCE), was a single-time-point evaluation of patients conducted 15 years after the pivotal MSCRG study, evaluated the impact of IM IFNβ-1a treatment on long-term disability and Quality of Life outcomes in patients who completed 2 years in a previous Multiple Sclerosis Collaborative Research Group (MSCRG) study.

Extension in AS: Sustainability of Benefits, Safety and Tolerability

This 3-year extension study aims at making available the treatment with secukinumab in prefilled syringes (PFS) to patients with ankylosing spondylitis who took part in phase III study CAIN457F2305, defined as "core study", as well as to generate additional data on the sustainability of clinical benefits, safety and tolerability during long-term administration of secukinumab.


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