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The purpose of this study is to examine the proposed suicide preventive effects of lithium in a randomized controlled trial within a group of individuals with depressive disorders. The hypothesis being tested is that lithium treatment will significantly reduce the risk for another suicide attempt.
The purpose of this clinical research study is to learn if outpatients with bipolar mania who are partially nonresponsive to lithium or valproate monotherapy can achieve stable symptoms on a combination treatment of aripiprazole plus lithium or valproate.
Verapamil has been found in some but not all studies to have antimanic activity. Therefore, we investigated the use of verapamil, alone or as an adjunctive treatment, in manic patients who did not respond to an initial adequate trial of lithium. Each study phase lasted three weeks. Subjects were treated openly with lithium in Phase 1 (n=45). Those who failed to respond were randomly assigned to double-blind treatment in Phase 2 with either verapamil (n=10) or continued lith...
Cryo AF Global Registry a prospective, global, multi-center, observational Post-Market Registry
Lithium, the gold standard for treatment of Bipolar Disorder (BD) and a common augmentation to medication therapy for Major Depression, is commonly continued in pregnancy due to its therapeutic benefit and more recent data that suggests the teratogenic effects of lithium are less than historically believed. Due to the increased elimination of lithium during pregnancy, lithium concentration decreases in the blood and women with BD are vulnerable to BD episode recurrence in pregn...
The principal clinical question is whether lithium is effective in reducing the risk of suicidal behaviour in subjects with treatment-resistant depression and suicide risk. Additionally aims of the study are: (a) to assess whether lithium is effective in improving depressive symptomatology in subjects with treatment-resistant depression and suicide risk; (b) to assess the tolerability profile of lithium.
Lithium remains the gold-standard treatment for bipolar disorder, with 30-40% of patients with responding preferentially to this medication. Additionally, lithium is commonly used in treatment-resistant depression, and other psychiatric disorders (e.g. schizoaffective disorder). Lithium is especially valuable considering the great difficulty in achieving and maintaining symptomatic remission, the high rates of disability, as well as tremendous personal, family, and societal cos...
IBM is the most common acquired muscle disease occurring over the age of 50. The underlying cause remains unknown and there is currently no effective treatment. Pathological studies have revealed abnormal collections of proteins in the muscle cells from patients with IBM. These include proteins called phosphorylated tau (p-tau). A similar process appears to occur in Alzheimer disease, with accumulations of p-tau developing in brain cells. Lithium decreases the activity of the G...
This is a study designed to see if a low dose of Lithium treatment, taken for 2 weeks, can improve fracture healing and improve patients' function and productivity.
This study (FORECAST 2) builds upon the work of the successful pilot study (FORECAST) that found some evidence that breast cancer patients' fears of cancer recurrence (FCR) were sensitive to the communication exchange with therapeutic radiographers during weekly review appointments. The aim of FORECAST 2 is to co-design and pilot a communication training package for therapeutic radiographers to help them manage emotional talk with breast cancer patients who are undergoing treat...
The purpose of this study is to compare which of the two mood stabilizers (drugs that help to steady/stabilize mood in patients with bipolar disorder (BD)), lithium and divalproex, is more effective in patients with bipolar disorder over 26 weeks. The study will also compare if lithium or divalproex used alone versus lithium or divalproex used with quetiapine versus lithium or divalproex used with lamotrigine is more effective when symptoms of depression develop.
The purpose of this study is to determine safety and tolerability of the treatment with lithium in Spinocerebellar Ataxia 2. Moreover, clinical symptoms, neuronal loss, quality of life and depressive symptoms, will be considered to further investigate the effect of lithium therapy.
Lithium is highly effective in the treatment of bipolar disorder. This study aims to investigate, for the first time, the impact of lithium monotherapy on the structural and functional connectivity of the brain using MRI imaging.
This study is a 4-month open-label study of lithium in the acute treatment of patients with bipolar I or II disorder. Eligible patients will receive lithium 300 mg twice daily and titrated in 300 mg increments every 7 days as tolerated to levels > 0.6 mEq/L. Blood samples are collected at baseline and at the end of study. Analyses of 45 molecule expressions in mononuclear blood cells at baseline and endpoint will be carried out after the completion of study. Fifty patients meet...
Frontotemporal dementia (FTD) is a progressive neurodegenerative illness that affects the frontal and anterior temporal lobes of the brain. Changes in behavior, including agitation, aggression, and repetitive behaviors, are common symptoms in FTD. The investigators currently do not have good medications to treat these symptoms in FTD, and the medications the investigators use often have side effects. In this project, the investigators will test the use of low-dose lithium, comp...
This is a pilot study of up to 10 patients with Osteoporosis-pseudoglioma syndrome (OPPG) from the Old Order Mennonite community, who will be given lithium for 6 months and have dual energy xray absorptiometry (DXA), peripheral quantitative computerized tomography (pQCT) and lab assessment at baseline and 6 months. Studies in the mouse model of OPPG showed that lithium normalized their bone strength. Controls (n=20) will be recruited from the Old Order Mennonite community, to m...
The purpose of this study is to test the antidepressant effect of ketamine when given repeatedly over a period of 1 week, as well as the use of Lithium as a relapse-prevention strategy for patients with treatment-resistant depression (TRD) who respond to an initial series of ketamine infusions. Ketamine is a Food and Drug Administration approved anesthetic (a drug used to produce loss of consciousness before and during surgery). Ketamine is not approved for the treatment of maj...
This study investigates the effects of Lithium treatment on signal transduction pathways, gene expression and brain neurochemistry and structure in patients with Bipolar disorder. It is hypothesized that specific changes in these markers will correlate with lithium treatment responsiveness.
Critically ill patients need intravenous fluid therapy in order to correct or prevent problems with their fluid and/or electrolyte status and for renal protection. The decision for the optimal composition and amount of IV-fluids can be difficult and complex. It is well known that errors in fluid- and electrolyte management contribute to overall morbidity and mortality. For decades, urinary sodium was used to diagnose renal disease. Nevertheless, renal excretion of sodium is lar...
The purpose of this study is to determine whether Lithium is safe and effective in the treatment of Bipolar I Disorder subjects with symptoms of acute mania.
The purpose of the study is to determine whether lithium is safe and effective in the treatment of ALS
This clinical trial is being performed under the Best Pharmaceuticals for Children Act, signed into law in 2002 in order to improve pediatric labeling for off-patent drugs. The purpose of this study is to examine the efficacy and safety of lithium in the treatment of pediatric patients with bipolar I disorder.
This study investigates the neuroprotective properties of low-dose lithium in young individuals at ultra-high risk of developping a first psychotic episode. Fourty individuals having some symptoms of an emerging psychotic disorders (without meeting the threshold for a full-blown mental illness) will be treated with a low dose of lithium (about a third of the dose that is usually used to treat acute mania). We will assess the progression of the conditions of these individuals on...
The project is designed to generate critical information to design and justify a robust trial on lithium prevention of the onset of Alzheimer's disease (AD). Lithium exerts and inhibitory effect on Glycogen synthase kinase 3 (GSK-3) a brain biomarker of neuroprotection. The study consists of 3 phases: 1. Phase 1 investigates rats to establish a reliable method to measure brain biomarker activity levels from blood biomarker activity. 2. Phase 2 will determine wh...
Primary objective is to evaluate the tumor response rate of patients with MTC treated with Lithium carbonate