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22:28 EST 12th November 2018 | BioPortfolio

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Rapid Point-of-care Testing for Hepatitis C in Community Clinics (RAPID-EC)

The Rapid-EC pilot study will determine feasibility of providing rapid point-of-care (POC) testing for HCV in community clinics, and whether the availability of POC testing increases uptake of testing, engagement in care and completion of treatment among people who inject drugs. The POC tests being utilised in this study are the OraQuick mouth swab test for the presence of HCV antibodies, and the Xpert HCV RNA viral load test using serum.


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The Evaluation of Point of Care Testing for Determining Hemoglobin Levels in Geriatric Intensive Care Patients

The aim of the present study was to compare hemoglobin (Hb) levels determined by point of care testing HemaCue and arterial blood gas analyzer with an automated hematology analyzer in critically ill geriatric patients.Forty geriatric patients requiring intensive care treatment were included in the study. Arterial blood sample was analyzed using HemaCue (HbHemaCueArterial), blood gas analyzer (Techno Medica, Gastat1800 series) (HbBGA) and an automated hematology analyzer (Cell D...

Evaluation of Point-of-care Tests for the Diagnosis of Cutaneous Leishmaniasis in Afghanistan

New point-of-care (POC) tests are needed and assessing the performance of these tests for cutaneous leishmaniasis (CL) in Afghanistan may help increasing the number of CL patients with access to accurate diagnosis, and enable prompt treatment. Simpler tests could improve treatment access and benefit patients and communities, by reducing the risk of sequelae and the risk of disease transmission. CLeishPOCAFG aims to advance the diagnosis of CL by using more accurate and field-am...


HIV Point-of-Care Test Evaluation in Infants

HIV Point-of-Care tests in Babies Study (BABY) - Operational evaluation of HIV Point-of-Care tests for very early infant HIV diagnostics in infants born to HIV infected mothers in Mbeya, Tanzania.

Rapid Flu Tests in Travelers With Fever

Influenza is a frequent cause of fever in returning travelers. Usually diagnosis rests on the clinical picture. Rapid flu tests are becoming increasingly popular, although their sensitivity and specificity are suboptimal. The objective of this study is to evaluate if rapid flu tests influence the medical management of returning travelers with fever, a population at intermediate risk for influenza infections.

Time Gain in the Diagnosis Myocardial Infarction by Troponin Point of Care Testing in the Emergency Room

The investigators prospectively want to compare 3 clinical tests for measuring blood troponin levels in patients presenting to the emergency room with thoracic pain probably related to a myocardial infarction with regard to the time necessary to obtain the test results. The tests are one laboratory based test and two point of care tests.

Analytical and Clinical Performance Testing Plan

Clinical and analytical tests will be performed based on risk assessment and system specifications to verify that the performance of the investigational device is in accordance with its specifications.

Utility of Point-of-care Device for Rapid Determination of Cogulopathy in Trauma Patients

Traumatic coagulopathy is frequent and is an independent risk factor of mortality. Its detection mainly relies upon classic biological test like the prothrombin time and the international normaliezd ratio (INR). These tests are not available at the bedside. Point of care (POC) device for INR measurement are now available like the Coaguchek, Roche, France. The aim of the present study is to test the correlation between the POC INR and the laboratory INR.

Alere COMBO and Alere q Detect in an HIV PrEP Program in Thailand

Two new rapid HIV tests by Alere™ have the potential to substantially decrease the window period for rapid tests. First, the Alere™ HIV Combo is a rapid fourth generation test. The performance in a laboratory based setting was recently assessed at the Thai Red Cross Anonymous Clinic Laboratory in Bangkok, Thailand (personal communication). Of 50 confirmed acute HIV samples, Alere™ HIV Combo could detect 37 (74%), while none of these 50 cases could be identified by the cur...

Comparison of Two Point-of-care Devices for Viscoelastic Hemostasis Assays

This study will investigate the correlation and agreement of Quantra-derived parameters with parameters reported by the ROTEM delta and standard laboratory tests in cardiac surgery patients. In addition the association of Quantra-derived parameters with select platelet function tests will be investigated.

Point-of-Care Immunoassay for Detection of Bacterial Sinusitis

This study is conducted to evaluate the performance of a rapid, point-of-care in vitro diagnostic device (Sinu-Test™) for the qualitative detection of the three most common pathogens responsible for causing bacterial sinusitis.

Effects of External Leg Compression Devices on Healing and Blood Clotting

This study aims to compare two different external calf compression devices applied in healthy individuals. These devices are commonly used in medical care in order to prevent the formation of blood clots, for example during immobilization after surgery. We aim to comfirm the effects of external cyclic compression on healing and blood clotting and also to identify the one which is more effective.

Pipeline Flex With SHield Technology Embolization - An International MulticEnter ObservationaL Post Market StuDy

This is a prospective, single-arm, multi-center post-market observational study assessing the performance of the Pipeline™ Flex Embolization Device with Shield Technology™ in subjects undergoing treatment for intracranial aneurysms in a large real-world, post-market setting.

Evaluation of Patients With Blood Disorders

The Hematology Service provides hematology consultations for patients at the Clinical Center and participates in the training of hematology fellows. Patients with a broad range of hematologic disorders must be available in order for the senior staff of the Service to maintain clinical expertise and to provide the breadth of experience necessary for the fellowship program. The purpose of this protocol is to meet these needs by allowing the Hematology Service to see patients wi...

Out-of Pocket Payments With Lymphedema in France

Lymphedema is a frequent and chronic condition posing a high burden on patients. Clinical guidelines emphasize the role of compression therapy by prescription medical devices. Even in a mandatory publicly funded health insurance system, out-of-pocket payments (OOPP) may exist due to the price and reimbursement setting processes. OOPP may threaten the equity of care and drive patients to forgo care. Our aim was to analyze the distributive effects of OOPP for lymphedema patients ...

Comparison Between Point of Care International Normalized Ratio (INR) and Activated Partial Thromboplastin Time (aPTT) Hemochron Jr Whole Blood Measurement With Standard Laboratory

The purpose of this study is determine the agreement of point of care (POC) clotting tests (INR and aPTT) by the POC device by Hemochron Jr versus standard laboratory clotting tests (INR and aPTT) in patients undergoing elective cardiac surgery.

A Validation Study of Genzyme Diagnostics OSOM Trichomonas Rapid Test and BVBlue Test

This research is being done to see if two rapid bedside tests (OSOM Trichomonas Rapid Test and BVBlue Test) that give results in 10 minutes are as accurate as standard tests (that take up to 7 days to get results) to diagnose common vaginal infections (Trichomonas and bacterial vaginosis). Both rapid tests (OSOM and BVBlue) are approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to be used by healthcare professionals to aid in the diagnosis of these infections. This study ...

Rapid Diagnostics for Upper Respiratory Infections in the Emergency Department

This is a randomized clinical trial to assess the effect of rapid, near point-of-care testing for multiple common respiratory viruses and bacteria on antibiotic and anti-influenza medication use in emergency department (ED) patients with symptoms of influenza-like illness (ILI) and/or upper respiratory infection (URI). The intervention is a rapid, multi-respiratory pathogen nucleic acid amplification panel test (FilmArray Respiratory Panel; BioFire Diagnostics, LLC) with clinic...

Out-of Pocket Payments in Patients With Lymphedema

Primary lymphedema is a chronic condition posing a high burden on patients. Clinical guidelines emphasize the role of compression therapy by prescription medical devices. Even in a mandatory publicly funded health insurance system, out-of-pocket payments (OOPP) may exist due to the price and reimbursement setting processes. OOPP may threaten the equity of care and drive patients to forgo care. The investigators aim was to analyze the distributive effects of OOPP for primary lym...

Syph-Check Syphilis Antibody Point of Care (POC) Test

The study is designed to evaluate the performance of a rapid membrane test in a clinic or doctor's office setting to identify potential patients infected with syphilis and compare the results to currently licensed laboratory based tests.

Renal Colic Fast Track Pathway in the Emergency Department.

Validation of a high-resolution, fast track pathway that combines the use of laboratory tests at the Point-of-Care Testing (POCT) and Point-of-Care ultrasound (POCUS) versus the classical pathway, in which blood samples are sent to the central laboratory and comprehensive radiological exams ordered, being equally effective, at a lower cost of care and time of stay in the emergency department.

The Markers and Paracetamol Poisoning Study 2

Paracetamol overdose is one of the most common medical emergencies. Annually in the UK, 100,000 people seek medical attention and 50,000 need hospital admission. Treatment is with the antidote acetylcysteine (NAC), which is effective but takes 21 hours to administer intravenously and frequently produces adverse reactions. . Current tools that are used to decide who needs treatment are inadequate. We have identified and validated new blood tests that accurately identify those p...

Tenofovir Adherence to Rapidly Guide and Evaluate PrEP and HIV Therapy

Adherence to antiretroviral therapy (ART) and pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) are critical to the success of HIV treatment and therapeutic prevention. No accurate, objective point-of-care test is available to monitor adherence to either ART or PrEP. The inability to accurately identify poorly adherent patients will lead to more HIV infections (from failed PrEP and non-suppressive ART), more drug-resistant virus (selected by failing ART), and unnecessary switching to costly seco...

Diagnosis and Treatment of ACS in the ED: The Impact of Rapid Bedside cTnI Testing on Outcomes

In a randomized, controlled clinical trial, point-of care testing at the bedside using the cardiac biomarker troponin I in ED patients with possible ACS will be compared to traditional testing of this assay for myocardial necrosis obtained in the central laboratory. Our hypothesis: point-of-care testing for troponin I will decrease the time for disposition of patients with possible ACS in the emergency setting and decrease the time required for administering appropriate therapi...

Acceptability/Feasibility of HIV Testing by ELISA or Rapid Test to Adult Patients in Paris, France

CDC recommends universal HIV testing in all adults, at least once during life, to reduce the pool of infected patients unaware of their status. Routine universal HIV testing can use "classical" ELISA tests from serum, or rapid tests, ideally from finger-stick whole blood (FSB), which have shown close predictive values from classical tests. The investigators will compare the acceptability and feasibility of the two methods.


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