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This randomized phase III trial studies Tokyo-172 strain bacillus Calmette-Guerin (BCG) solution with or without a vaccination using Tokyo-172 strain BCG to see how well it works compared with TICE BCG solution in treating patients with bladder cancer that has not spread to muscle. BCG is a non-infectious bacteria that when instilled into the bladder may stimulate the immune system to fight bladder cancer. Giving different versions of BCG with vaccine therapy may prevent bladde...
An open label, randomized, controlled, equivalency trial to compare the efficacy of the percutaneous route of administration with the intradermal route of administration of Japanese (Tokyo) 172 BCG, in the prevention of tuberculosis during the first two years of life.
The purpose of this study is to determine whether endomicroscopy can improve the detection of Early Gastric Cancers (EGC).
The objectives of this study are to demonstrate the safety and efficacy of the new 6Fr sheath (Glidesheath slender; Terumo, Tokyo,Japan ; GSS) compared with the contemporary 5Fr sheath (Hydrophilic coating sheath from Terumo; Tokyo, Japan (standard of care ; SOC).
The Active Office study is focusing on interventions with potential to reduce sedentary behavior and increase physical activity in office workers. The participants will be devided in two groups, the experimental and the control group. The participants in the experimental group will use active office (sit-to-stand desk, bike desk, seddle chair and active breaks) for one week, whereas the control group will remain in the conventional sitting-desk office. All the participants will...
The purpose of the investigators'study was To compare 2 different diameter rigid hysteroscopy in vaginoscopic approach regarding pain during and after the procedure. And to evaluate patient acceptability and tolerability in order to determine the best way to perform hysteroscopy in an outpatient setting.
X-rays are the most frequently used imaging test when evaluating the knee for joint replacement. They are non-invasive, safe and cost effective. They allow assessment of: progression of disease, appropriateness for joint replacement, in particular unicompartmental knee replacement (UKR), as well as likely prognosis following replacement. Despite a multitude of standardised views there is a lack of consensus regarding the optimum views to evaluate joint space narrowing within ea...
The investigators propose to conduct a randomized controlled trial to evaluate whether administration of phenazopyridine prior to the procedure decreases office cystoscopy time. Women undergoing in-office cystoscopy at Boston Urogynecology will be recruited.
women candidate for office hystroscopy were randomized to either flushing of the endocervix and endometrium with 4 ml lidocaine 2% diluted in 15 ml normal saline or 19 ml normal saline before office hystroscopy
The objective of the present study is to evaluate the appropriate route of administration of misoprostol, either oral or vaginal, for cervical priming to facilitate the procedure of office hysteroscopy and reduce patient discomfort to minimum
Office workers continuously work with the forward head posture. Forward head posture may cause upper extremity problems in the office workers due to the increase in the load on the muscles and joints of the cervical spine. This working posture may cause scapular rotation downward, increase in activation of the scapular muscles, pain, limited range of motion (ROM) and poor proprioception, which can create a vicious circle. Especially in the office workers that using computer vib...
The purpose of the study is to compare two methods for providing brief dental office-based interventions designed to help patients quit either cigarette smoking or smokeless tobacco use, and to compare these two dental office-based interventions with usual care. This trial will evaluate the effectiveness of a unique combination of dental office intervention plus referral to the telephone help line, both of which have been demonstrated to be effective interventions for tobacco c...
Primary purpose of the study was to evaluate the relationship between "NEWS" and "VIEWS" scores of patients who were screened retrospectively, early clinical deterioration, return to intensive care and morbidity / mortality.
A qualitative study exploring patient experiences of comfort during radiotherapy and radiographers' views of managing patient comfort during the delivery of radiotherapy
The aim of this study is to measure TAPSE in TEE using two deep transgastric views. This is a prospective comparative diagnostic study where 21 CABG patients who are enrolled for the study will be studied during the intraoperative period. The choice of general anaesthesia, hemodynamic management will be at the discretion of the anaesthesiologist in charge of the patient. The monitoring technique is standard as per any cardiac surgery with cardiopulmonary bypass. After induction...
This is a pilot study to assess the feasibility and success of performing the TVT-Secur in the office setting. Endpoints would be success, complications, and patient and physician acceptance of the procedure. Success would be assessed by validated questionnaires. This is a prospective single arm study of 20 patients who will have the TVT-Secur procedure done in the office under local anesthesia. They will be followed for a period of 1 year.
The results of this study will serve as a starting point for future trials concentrating on the effectiveness and clinical outcomes of the procedures performed in an office based angiosuite. Additionally, other studies could compare clinical outcomes between procedures performed in an office based angiosuite and other settings.
We hypothesize that use of vaginal misoprostol will help in reducing the pain scores when used prior to concurrent office hysteroscopy and endometrial biopsy in a particular subgroup of women who are anticipated to require cervical dilatation.
Background: Some people cannot make medical treatment decisions on their own. The people who make decisions on their behalf are called medical surrogates. Sometimes surrogates cannot predict which treatment course the person or their loved ones would have chosen. The surrogates often become distressed because of making these decisions. Researchers think a tool called a Patient Preference Predictor (PPP) may be able to make the process easier. The PPP would predict what t...
This study is to assess the feasibility of 2 different ultrasound views of the inferior vena cava (IVC), a large vein that returns blood to the heart. Ultrasound is safe in pregnancy and, is regularly used to evaluate the fetus. It is hoped that imaging of the IVC will then allow us to determine the fluid status of the parturient which could be helpful in treating hemodynamic instability. This study will not involve any change in management of the participating patients.
The aim of this study was to determine whether misoprostol administered 12 hours before office hysteroscopy can relieve pain more effectively compared with misoprostol administered 3 hours before office hysteroscopy.
Aim: To compare the pain-relieving effect of a specific application of TENS vs. placebo TENS and a control group during unsedated diagnostic office hysteroscopy. Design: double-blind randomized placebo-controlled trial. Setting: Outpatient setting. Population: Women who attended annual gynecological check up, and were indicated for diagnostic office hysteroscopy.
The aim of this study is to determine whether dinoprostone administered 10 hours before office hysteroscopy can relieve pain more effectively compared with dinoprostone administered 3 hours before office hysteroscopy.
A prospective, randomized, single-blind, intra-patient controlled, multicenter study. Study subjects will undergo implant placement on one side following in-office balloon dilation, while the contralateral side serves as a control.
Report on the technical feasibility and outcomes of in-office placement of PROPEL or PROPEL mini implants immediately following ethmoid sinus surgery