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Tuesday 21st May 2019

Medical Nutrition Therapy Combined With TPF-DM in Pregnant Women With Gestational Diabetes Mellitus

Background: Gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM), GDM is the first time of gestational impaired glucose tolerance in pregnant women. It is the most common complication disease in women of childbearing age. It is associated with the high risk of adverse health outcomes for both mothers and offsprings and the variety of metabolic disease, including type 2 diabetes, etc. As for the epidemiology data of GDM in China, the prevalence is around 18% based on the criteria from the...

Treat Early and Broad: Thermotherapy of Buruli Ulcer Integrated Into WHOrecommended Wound Management in West Africa

The project rolls out combined innovative low‐tech thermotherapy with heat packs and WHO recommended wound management in a Buruli ulcer (BU)‐endemic district of West Africa. It addresses three key areas of considerable clinical and public health importance in the region: - to better help people managing the disabling disease BU that primarily affects children in West Africa - to implement WHO recommended general wound management for all types of wounds wi...

The Parkwood Pacing and Planning™ App

In efforts to assist people who have had a concussion (mild traumatic brain injury), the Parkwood Pacing and Planning™ app has been developed and tested and will be released to the public. The app uses a point system where users have a daily point maximum assigned based on symptom severity with daily activities (recorded by the users). Users can then schedule their daily activities based on their allowed points. The goal is to help users with symptom self-management by facili...

Therapeutic Moderators of Therapist-assisted Internet-delivered Cognitive Behavior Therapy

Depression and anxiety are common and prevalent conditions that often go untreated. In an attempt to increase timely and accessible psychological treatment, Internet-delivered cognitive behavioural therapy (ICBT) has emerged. ICBT involves delivering therapeutic content via structured online lessons. This is often combined with therapist guidance, such as once per week contact via secure messaging or phone calls over several months. Over the past several years, we have been stu...

Enhancing Cognition in Older Adults With Intermittent Hypoxia and Cognitive Training

The current study will investigate methods for enhancing cognitive training (CT) effects in healthy older adults by employing a combination of interventions facilitating neural plasticity and optimizing readiness for learning. Adults over the age of 65 represent the fastest growing group in the US population. As such, age-related cognitive decline represents a major concern for public health. Recent research suggests that cognitive training in older adults can improve cognitive...

Noradrenaline, Acetylcholine and Dynamic Learning in Healthy Humans

The aim of this study is to characterize the role of central norepinephrine and acetylcholine on reward and emotion related information processing in healthy volunteers using behavioural tasks and pupillometry (with eye tracking equipment). The pharmacological compounds used in the study (reboxetine and rivastigmine) are used as tools to manipulate these systems rather than to treat patients. The aim of the study is not to study the clinical effects, pharmacodynamics, adverse r...

Effectiveness of an IMB-based Intervention for Reducing Sweetened Beverages Consumption in Preschool Children

Sugar-sweetened beverages and over consumption of 100% fruit juice add unneeded calories to the diets of children, potentially leading to overweight. As children's diets are extensions of their parent's behaviors, the investigators propose to implement a nutrition education intervention based on the Information-Motivation-Behavioral Skills (IMB) behavior change model using parents as the primary agent of change. This project will evaluate an intervention to reduce sugar-sweeten...

Intravenous Iron Carboxymaltose, Isomaltoside and Oral Iron Sulphate for Postpartum Anemia

Anemia affects between 20 and 50 % of women in the postpartum period. It is associated with several adverse health consequences, such as impaired physical work capacity, deficits in cognitive function and mood, reduced immune function and reduced duration of breastfeeding. Postpartum anemia has also been shown to be a major risk factor for postpartum depression and to significantly disrupt maternal-infant interactions. Iron deficiency is the principal cause of anemia after deli...

Cardiovascular Risk Assessment Model in Patients With MI

This study aims to investigate life-style and psycho social factors of major cardiovascular events in patients with myocardial infarction in three different provinces of Iran and to design a risk assessment chart for major cardiovascular events in patients with MI.

Feasibility of Simulation in Therapeutic Patient Education for Adult Diabetic Patients Using the Freestyle Libre® Device

The benefits of Therapeutic Patient Education (TPE) have long been proven, but its implementation remains insufficient. It is only accessible to a part of the population and is too often limited to the acquisition of knowledge. TPE consists of supporting the patient in making decisions about his or her health, managing his or her life with the disease and treatment through the acquisition or maintenance of skills. Simulation is a pedagogical method of creating fictional or rec...

E-assisted Follow up Diagnosis of Post Operative Digestive Complications

Postoperative management in digestive surgery has been modernized thanks to improved rehabilitation measures. These measures include an earlier refeeding, mobilization, restriction of infusions (out of a total of 22) and showed their benefit in colorectal, gastric and bariatric surgery. It is thus possible to perform sleeve gastrectomy, bypass, restorations of digestive continuity and colectomies with early discharge or one day surgery. The most serious complications (fistula,...

Effects of Milk Protein and Vitamin D on Children's Growth and Health

The purpose of D-pro is to investigate the combined and separate effects of milk protein and vitamin D on bone health, growth, muscle function, body composition and cardiometabolic health in 6-8-year-old children.

Evolution of the Physical Condition in Treated Cancer Patients

Adaptated Physical Activity (APA) during treatment of cancer is one of the actual global health recommendation because of the benefits observed in several parameters evaluated in many clinical studies. A best knowledge of the physical and medical characteristics of patients, including type of cancer and type of treatment, is primordial to optimize the patient care and the effectiveness of APA programs. Descriptive, explorative and prospective study of 3 different populations: ...

Lung Cancer Screening Protocol

The successful implementation of lung cancer screening across diverse setting requires working with the community and primary care practices. Collaborating across diverse community-based sites will employ local knowledge and culture in the understanding of the health problem and identifying and implementing solutions that are appropriate for all partners (patients, primary care, referral centers). Enhanced, culturally-competent communication with patients at high risk for lung ...

OT Via Telehealth (ASD and ADHD)

This study aims to measure the impact of a telehealth-based model of occupational therapy (OT) treatment on clinical outcomes for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and/or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Half of the participants will receive clinic-based, in-person services and half of the participants will receive video-based, Telehealth services.

Effects of Fresh Mango Pulp Consumption on Satiety and Cardiometabolic Health

The objective of the study is to determine the effects of fresh mango pulp consumption on satiety and metabolic parameters in overweight/obese adults.

Oncotool for Cancer Medications

The purpose of this study is to examine the efficacy of a psychosocial eHealth intervention on the proposed primary outcomes, TKI adherence and health related quality of life (HRQoL), in patients taking TKIs for cancer management. The intervention components include psychosocial management strategies, cancer medication knowledge and embedded physician reports. The intervention will be delivered via an online application over an 8-week period. Participants in the intervention w...

Low Health Literacy Prevalence's Study in Patients With Chronic Cardiovascular Disease

Health literacy is the ability to access, understand, evaluate and apply information in order to communicate with health professionals and understand health instructions but also, promote, maintain and improve health throughout life. Health literacy (HL) is known as a health determinant. An association has been shown between low HL and poorer health outcomes such as increased number of unscheduled hospitalisation or emergency visits, low medication adherence and poor hea...

Physiotherapy and Psychological Among Refugees From Syria

The war in Syria began in 2011 and refugees from this country have faced stressors including security risks, lack of access and availability of basic services and resources as well as family, community, and socio political tensions. Exposure to stressful events or situations, either short or long lasting, of exceptionally threatening or catastrophic nature is likely to cause pervasive distress in almost anyone, which might disturb daily life function, integration in society and...

Does Increased Egg Consumption Have Cognitive and Neural Benefits in Food Insecure, At-risk Adolescents?

Quality nutrient intake is essential for proper development and well-being of children in all aspects of health, including cognitive development. Eggs are of particular interest based on potential cognitive and neurological benefits due in part to significant concentrations of choline and lutein. While overall, choline and lutein have received considerable attention in the literature in relation to cognition and brain function, most studies involving intake in young adults have...

The Long-term Effects of an Intensive Lifestyle Intervention for Type 2 Diabetes on Medicare Outcomes

This study investigates whether an intensive lifestyle intervention for type 2 diabetes had long-term effects on Medicare enrollment, health care use, and health care spending.

Cognitive Functional Therapy Compared to Cognitive Patient Education and Physiotherapy for Patients With Low Back Pain

Background: There is a need for projects that link work closer to the rehabilitation chain to further understand risk factors for sick-leave. The new aspect of this project is that it combines work place intervention with individualized physiotherapy, based on validated standardized tests and a classification based treatment system. Aim: The aim is to expand the knowledge and understanding of complex causes of musculoskeletal pain, particularly low back pain (LBP). The main ai...

Effect of Hip Hop Nutrition-Math Curriculum

This study is testing the efficacy of the integrative approach to: 1. teach 5th grade children menu board calorie literacy as measured by our novel recently validated menu board calorie literacy (MBCL) instrument; 2. provide strategies designed to improve food purchasing behaviors; and 3. facilitate the transmission of core lesson messages from children to parents via a procedure that we have termed "Child Mediated Health Communication (CMHC)".

Skeletal Muscle Protein Synthetic Response to Amino Acid and Peptides

Skeletal muscle quality is an important determinant of exercise performance and overall health. It is vital for not just movement, but also metabolizing nutrients. Protein from the diet can promote muscle protein synthesis for muscle recovery and growth. More importantly, doing so shifts net protein balance positively (e.g. protein synthesis is greater than protein breakdown) and promotes greater rates of muscle protein turnover. Leucine is an amino acid required to build muscl...

Quality of Life Related to Health in Spa Users

Hypothesis: The spa therapy treatment could improve health-related quality of life (HRQOL) in subjects with knee and/or hip osteoarthritis, and patients with rheumatoid arthritis. Main objective: Analyze if HRQOL in patients with knee and/or hip osteoarthritis, and patients with rheumatoid arthritis is modified by spa therapy treatment in the spa of Fitero (Spain). Design: Prospective observational study Participants: Fitero's spa users aged between 45-80 years old, dia...

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