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Infection Detection by Breath Analysis

The purpose of this feasibility study is to test a device which analyzes breath and may allow doctors and health professionals to immediately determine if an ill patient has a specific type of bacterial infection. This will allow a health professional to provide immediate targeted antibiotics to properly start treatment without delay.


Health Care Associated Infection Surveillance in NICU

Healthcare - Associated Infection Surveillance In Neonatal Intensive Care Unit of Assiut University Children's Hospital.The objective of study is to determine the incidence, infection sites, causative organisms and risk factors related to healthcare-associated infections in NICU in Assiut University Children hospital.

New Dosages of Inflammatory Markers for the Early Diagnosis of Nosocomial Bacterial Infections of the Newborn

This study aims to evaluate new dosage of inflammatory markers or new inflammatory markers for the diagnosis of nosocomial bacterial infection. We made the hypothesis that these new dosages or new inflammatory markers could be more useful than dosage of inflammatory markers already used in clinical practice (especially the use of a combination of interleukins (6 or 8) and C-reactive protein for the management of newborns with a clinical suspicion of nosocomial bacterial infect...


Is Hepatitis B Surface Antigen (HB s Ag) Enough Alone as a Screening Test Before Immunosuppressive Therapies?

Hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection is a challenging health problem. According to the World Health Organization, an estimated 240 million individuals (3.7%) suffered from chronic HBV infection worldwide. After acute hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection, the disappearance of hepatitis B surface antigen (HBsAg) had generally been believed to signify viral elimination. However, it now becomes clear that those subjects may have occult HBV infection which is defined as the presenc...

Study of Ezetimibe for Chronic Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) Infection in Liver Transplant Candidates (EZE-2)

NPC1L1 is a key transporter in the enterohepatic cycle of cholesterol. Initial in vitro and in vivo data show that blocking this receptor with ezetimibe results in delaying infection in these models. The investigators hypothesize that HCV has an enterohepatic cycle, being secreted in bile and reabsorbed either in the canalicular membrane or in the intestine by association with NPC1L1, following a path similar to the cycle of cholesterol in humans. To prove this hypothesis the i...

Establish Epidemiologic Data of H. Pylori Infection in Children and Adolescents-Using C13-UBT

The aims of this prospective study are: (1) to prospectively investigate the "true" prevalence rate, the acquisition and spontaneous clearance of H. pylori infection year by year in the population whose ages between seven and fifteen. (2) to explore the risk factors of transmission of H. pylori infection in Taiwan. (This information may be use as the guide for conduction of the national policy of public health and disease prevention.)

Prosthesis Infection and One-step Exchange: Pretreatment by Targeted Antibiotic Therapy in At-risk Patients

One-step exchange arthroplasty is more and more used in the treatment of chronic infections, especially in patients at risk anesthetic. This strategy is not recommended in patients infected with multidrug-resistant organisms or difficult to treat because of a risk of bacterial persistence on the new implant. Antibiotic pretreatment by a narrow-spectrum molecule and for which resistance acquisition is difficult might be of interest to try to reduce the inoculum and avoid conta...

Effectiveness and Efficacy of Dynamic Optimal Timing, a Smart Phone App for Avoiding Pregnancy: an Observational Study

The purpose of this study is to assess the effectiveness and efficacy of Dynamic Optimal Timing (DOT), an app-based method of family planning that can be used via Android devices, for women who use the method to avoid pregnancy.

Hepatitis E Infection : Emergence Mechanisms in North-Eastern France of Polymorphic Clinical Forms.

The present research aims to collect virological and clinical data on hepatitis E virus (HEV) infections, either in acute or chronic forms of HEV infection in North-Eastern France, with liver- or non liver-related symptoms, plus data on HEV circulation in the outside environment. The purpose of this study is to improve the diagnosis and care of HEV-infected patients, as well as the preventive features to take into account in order to avoid food- and environment-borne infections...

Intervention Zambia Rural L&D Infection Study

This is the intervention phase of a study to investigate the impact of low-cost bundled interventions on improving the infection control practices in the labor and delivery units in rural healthcare settings in Zambia. A baseline observational phase of the health care providers' infection control procedures was done. In this intervention phase, low-cost bundle of interventions, including health care provider education, behavior feedback, visual and Short Message Service (SMS)/t...

"Real-life" Cohort Study on Patients With Chronic HBV Infection in Jiangsu

Hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection remains one of the most serious health problems worldwide. Patients with chronic HBV infection are at an increased risk for developing hepatic cirrhosis, hepatocellular carcinoma and even death. Although some predictive factors of the outcome of chronic HBV infection were identified, more precisely determine the factors which are associated with the outcome in non-selected patients with chronic HBV infection are still needed. The investigators ...

Prevention of Nosocomial Infections (CleanKids)

While the standardization of treatment protocols for Severe Acute Malnutrition (SAM) has helped to reduce historically high mortality, mortality in inpatient settings remains substantial, likely due to the severity of complications associated with late presentation and health-care associated infection (HCAI). The purpose of this study is to serve as an important stand-alone description to inform the understanding of the magnitude of the problem and help guide implementation of...

Comparative Anti Helicobacter Pylori Efficacy Assessment of Unani Formulation and Quintuple Regimen

Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) is a bacterium its infection is regarded the most common medical condition associated with gastritis1 more over peptic ulcer disease2, gastric adenocarcinoma3 and lymphoma.4control of H pylori infection is thought to be the solution of public health problem.5,6 rate of infection is abating in developed world 7 , but this is slow and people health is challenged, to stop or decrease the new cases is complicated despite the fact that route of transm...

A Cluster Randomised Trial of Pharmacy Led HCV Therapy Versus Conventional Treatment Pathways for HCV Positive Patients Receiving Daily OST in Pharmacies in Health Boards Within NHS Scotland.

Hepatitis C Virus, (HCV), infection is a major health concern in the UK with up to 0.7% of the population infected. At best, 25% of those infected will clear the infection spontaneously, though for those who develop a chronic infection, they may go onto to develop liver cirrhosis or liver cancers. The standard of care within the NHS is that patients with a history of intravenous drug use or those currently on methadone are at high risk of having HCV infection and should be ...

Hepatitis B Virus Infection in Immunized Children With HBsAg-positive Parents

Hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection is a major public health problem facing the world, with more than 2 billion people infected with HBV. There are more than 400 million chronic carriers, and 75% of carriers live in the Asia Pacific region. The mother-to-child transmission route of hepatitis B virus is recognized as one of the most important routes of transmission, and recent studies have found that fathers who are carriers of HBV may also be one of the risk factors for HBV infe...

Grain Fibre and Gut Health

Wholegrain fibre is known to affect on the gut health, but also may cause intestinal discomfort. Thus, many individuals may avoid the consumption of whole grain cereals in spite of their known health benefits, and may in this regard consume more restricted diets. In the preset study the aim was to technologically modify the cereal fibres to improve its usability and to maintain its health beneficial properties. The objective was to investigate intestinal fermentation of grain d...

Effects of Provider Commitments to Choose Wisely

Clinicians' decisions to order potentially unnecessary services -- such as those targeted in the Choosing Wisely® campaign -- are often affected by their high-pressure practice environments, which can make it hard to consistently avoid ordering low-value care. The field of behavioral economics offers a promising and highly scalable approach to decreasing use of low-value services: asking clinicians to commit to avoid ordering such services and providing them and their patients...

Catechin Gargling for Influenza Infection

The purpose of this study is to clarify the preventive effects of catechin gargling on the influenza infection.

Role of Cytokines in Hepatitis E Virus Infection During Pregnancy

Hepatitis E virus is a public health problem in several countries of the world where safe drinking water is a problem. HEV is an exclusive cause of epidemic hepatitis in general population. HEV infection occurs most frequently in rainy season. The disease affects mainly young adults in the age of 15-40 years.HEV viral infection is of particular concern in pregnancy. It is a potential disaster for mother and child. HEV infection during pregnancy is fulminant and fatal especially...

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T Regulatory Cells in Hepatitis c Infected Patients

Chronic hepatitis C infection is a global worldwide health problem with an increasing burden year-by-year, particularly in areas with a high endemicity like Egypt . The World Health Organization estimates that approximately 200 million people worldwide are infected with hepatitis c virus. In Egypt, it was estimated that 15 % of Egyptians have serologic evidence of hepatitis C viral infection .

Monitoring of the Inflammatory Response of Patients With Premature Rupture of Membranes With Bedside Tests

Prematurity represents 8% of birth and it is one of the leading causes of infant complications. The preterm premature rupture of membranes (PPROM) represents one-third of preterm birth and the rupture of membranes increase the risk of fetal exposition to infection which could lead to neurological sequels. Classic management of women with PPROM before 32SA is based on the extension of the pregnancy with the risk of adding complications like a secondary infection. Moreover, diffe...

The Impact of Internationalize Medical Services to localPeople Seeking Medical Care

Recently The Department of Health of Taiwan has launched the "Internationalize Medical Services Flagship Program", expecting to promote Taiwan's high-quality of medical services to the international market, and anticipating "customers stroll in, medical services walked out". In order to avoid expansion of this program might alienate the rights and best interests of local people seeking medical services, therefore, this research project is a join effort of experts to form...

Nepal Elimination of Trachoma Study

The main purpose of this study is to determine if ocular Chlamydia trachomatis infection can be eliminated in communities in Nepal following mass antibiotic distributions with azithromycin. The investigators will study both clinical trachoma and ocular C. trachomatis infection. The overall objective is to determine if the current World Health Organization (WHO) treatment strategy results in elimination of trachoma and infection. 1. The investigators hypothesize that 24 commu...

Dose, Safety, Tolerability, and Immunogenicity of an HIV-1 Vaccine, VRC-HIVRGP096-00-VP, With Alum in Healthy Adults

Background: HIV stands for human immunodeficiency virus, which is the virus that causes AIDS. There is currently no licensed vaccine to prevent HIV infection. Researchers want to test a vaccine called Trimer 4571 for the first time. It was made at the National Institutes of Health and contains no HIV. It will be given mixed with a substance called alum to boost the body s immune response to the vaccine. Alum has been used in licensed vaccines for over 60 years and has be...

Evaluation of Cost of Nosocomial Infection

This study will investigate the cost and impact of Healthcare Associated Infection (HAI) to patients, the health service and the wider community. This is in order to develop a model to allow policy makers to compare the cost effectiveness of Infection Prevention and Control measures in NHSScotland. The model will support policy makers and clinical teams in building a patient centred, safe, effective and efficient service.


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