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14:35 EDT 16th June 2019 | BioPortfolio

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Observation of Principal Hemodynamic Variables After Spinal Anesthesia With Non Invasive Hemodynamic Monitoring

The study is aimed at observe how spinal anesthesia modifies the hemodynamic state of the patient after optimization to preload independence with a Goal Directed Therapy algorithm guided by non invasive hemodynamic monitoring with Clearsight.


Telemonitoring and Protocolized Case Management for Hypertensive Community Dwelling Seniors With Diabetes

Diabetes affects over 20% of Canadians over the age of 65y. Seniors with diabetes are at high risk for cardiovascular disease and death. Most of this risk is mediated through high blood pressure (BP). However, seniors are also at risk for side effects from BP lowering medication. These can be life threatening and costly. Therefore, BP monitoring is required to ensure BP levels are in the recommended range (neither too high nor low). Home BP monitoring can be used to ensure tha...

Hemodynamic Monitoring in Hepatopancreaticobiliary (HPB) Surgery

This is a pilot study with the primary objective to validate the use of advanced minimally invasive hemodynamic monitoring with the PreSep™ Central Venous Oximetry Catheter, the Vigileo™ monitor, and FloTrac™ sensor for perioperative fluid management in Hepatobiliary and Pancreas Surgery. All of these devices and monitors are FDA approved devices and routinely used in the perioperative setting for these cases.


HD Sense Pilot Study - A Novel Method of Hemodynamic Monitoring

Measurement of arterial blood pressure is a basic monitoring in the perioperative setting. It is a standard monitoring to assure an adequate cerebral perfusion pressure and is a basic parameter of hemodynamic optimization. Until now standard methods for blood pressure measurement are non-invasive interval monitoring by arm cuff (Riva-Rocci) or direct, continuous and invasive by inserting an intraarterial catheter. This observational study will show, that a new non-invasive piez...

Minimally-Invasive Cardiovascular Hemodynamic Optimization (MiCHO) Versus Early Goal-Directed Therapy (EGDT) in the Management of Septic Shock

Early intervention in the treatment of septic shock, including early goal-directed therapy (EGDT) in the first 6 hours of disease presentation, has been shown to significantly decrease mortality. However, this approach requires invasive hemodynamic monitoring, thus limiting its widespread application in the emergency department setting. A minimally invasive protocol utilizing esophageal Doppler monitoring (EDM) may be of benefit and practical if it is shown to result in simil...

Engaging Depressed Low-Income Seniors in Mental Health Services

This two-stage research study will 1. train caseworkers in three participating New York City Neighborhood Houses to screen their clients for depression, and 2. examine the usefulness of training these caseworkers in an intervention that targets barriers seniors face in receiving mental health services. In this intervention, called ENGAGE, Case Workers will: 1. identify and address seniors' barriers to receiving mental health services; 2. include...

Assessement of Hemodynamic Changes Associated With Uterine Displacement Using Noninvasive Cardiac Output Monitoring and Transthoracic Echocardiography:

There is currently little information regarding the hemodynamic differences in uterine displacement techniques. Previous studies examining the hemodynamic effects of uterine displacement maneuvers have focused on incidence of hypotension and use of ephedrine. Noninvasive cardiac output monitoring (NICOM) and transthoracic echocardiography (TTE) are becoming popular techniques in anesthesiology because they can provide noninvasive, valid, and precise hemodynamic data.There has ...

Fluid ORiented Therapy for yoUNg Asa 1patients

In this retrospective analysis investigators will study the effects of using a minimally invasive hemodynamic monitoring (FloTrac-Edwards) on postoperative outcomes. Participants will compare a control group to a case group; in both groups ASA 1 patients suffering from advanced ovarian cancer underwent radical cytoreductive surgery. In case group hemodynamic was managed by using the FloTrac system; in the control group a standard hemodynamic monitoring was used.

Improving Surgical Safety of Seniors Through Preoperative Cognitive Screening

The hypothesis is that structured preoperative cognitive screening of seniors is feasible without specialized staff and can help preoperatively identify persons at high risk of complications. To demonstrate generalizability of the single center experience, and strengthen the case for routine preoperative cognitive screening of seniors, the aims of this proposal are to implement preoperative cognitive screening of seniors in the preoperative clinics of a community hospital (NWH)...

BEtter Control of Blood Pressure in Hypertensive pAtients Monitored Using the HOTMAN® sYstem

The purpose of this study is to demonstrate that monitoring hemodynamic parameters and then applying a predefined algorithm of drug selection (i.e. integrated hemodynamic management - IHM) improves the control of systolic blood pressure (SBP) at ambulatory blood pressure monitoring (ABPM) in hypertensive patients, as compared to classical drug selection (i.e. without IHM) during a 6 months intensive treatment program.

HEMOTOL: Efficacy and Safety of Hemodialysis On-line Monitoring Devices on Hemodynamic Stability in Intensive Care Unit

The purpose of this randomized controlled study is to compare the effects of different new dialysis on-line monitoring devices on hemodynamic stability during intermittent hemodialysis in critically ill patients with acute kidney injury.

Sarcopenia Prevention With a Targeted Exercise and Protein Supplementation Program

Physical inactivity and protein malnutrition have been implicated to be key and modifiable causes of enhanced muscle mass loss among seniors. However, the individual benefit, as well as the additive or possibly interactive benefit of exercise and Protein supplementation on fall prevention has yet to be confirmed in a large clinical trial. This study aims to test the individual and combined effect and cost-effectiveness of a simple home exercise program and / or protein suppleme...

Use of COLD-fX to Prevent Respiratory Infections in Community Dwelling Seniors

Seniors are a population vulnerable to respiratory infections. It is hypothesized that regular use of COLD-fX following an influenza vaccination would potentially augment immune response in the elderly. Use of COLD-fX may also provide additional protection again respiratory infection and reduce the incidence and severity of respiratory infections in otherwise healthy seniors.

MOVE for Your MIND

Among the most promising interventions targeting both cognitive and functional decline, is Exercise. However, evidence regarding exercise interventions among seniors with cognitive impairment are inconclusive, likely due to challenges of recruitment and adherence. Alternatively, seniors with subjective cognitive decline (SCD), who are not yet meeting objective criteria of cognitive impairment, but have been shown to have twice the conversion rate to dementia compared with healt...

Cardiac Output Monitoring by ccNexfin© in Pregnant Women

Variations of cardiac output are frequent in pregnant women during obstetrical procedures, and may participate to poor foetal outcomes through decrease of uteroplacental bloodflow. Thus, monitoring maternal cardiac output appears of major interest, as it would open the way to early initiation of hemodynamic supportive management. The ccNexfin© is a non-invasive hemodynamic monitoring device, whose relevance for continuous monitoring of cardiac output has been reported in a no...

Hemodynamic Changes Induced by Alveolar Recruitment Maneuver With Respect to Volemic State in Colon Surgery

Intraoperative hemodynamic management is important, since even mild variations in circulatory volume can be extremely damaging for patients. Minimally invasive hemodynamic monitoring are not always available or cost-effective, therefore management of fluids is challenging for anesthesiologists. This study aims to assess if, after performance of a lung recruitment maneuver (LRM), standard parameter's variation differs between hypovolemic and normovolemic patients. Patie...

Use of Non Invasive Hemodynamic Cardiovascular Monitoring to Evaluate Emergency Department Patients

This study is an observational prospective pilot trial that utilizes finger cuff non invasive hemodynamic monitoring (NexfinHD Monitor) to assess 4 different groups (CHF/COPD, Trauma, Sepsis, Stroke) of patients on arrival to the Emergency Department and to document the changes seen in these hemodynamics with acute therapies.

Uninvasive Cardiac Output Monitoring (USCOM) in Critically Ill Children: Validation and Prediction of Hemodynamic Instability

Hemodynamically unstable ventilated PICU & PCICU patients, which a decision for commencement in inotropic therapy or fluid bolus has been made, will be recruited. Hemodynamic measurements will be carried out before and after therapy have been made, including customary hemodynamic parameters, echocardiography and USCOM studies. All parameters will be analyzed for fluid responsiveness or inotropic therapy prediction. Trend in USCOM parameters will be compared to echocardiography...

Frailty Prevention in Elders From Reunion Island

In Reunion Island, people encounter environmental and social conditions leading to premature ageing and subsequent frailty. Social welfare has developped exercise programs to promote physical activity especially for elderly with higher risk factors of frailty, including low incomes. The study evaluates the potent benefit effect of such exercise program on physical performance and frailty improvement in seniors from Reunion Island. All seniors participate to a 12-weeks ex...

EmPOWERing Active Seniors With Energy

A study comparing the emPOWER Ankle System to standard carbon fiber prosthetic feet, in active seniors.

Hemodynamic Monitoring in Obstetrics

Spinal anesthesia has long been considered the first choice technique in caesarean section, but although it is a reliable and safe procedure, it is in some cases associated with undesirable effects. Maternal hypotension after sub-arachnoid anesthesia is a reduction in systolic blood pressure below 100 mmHg or a decrease of 20% compared to baseline values. According to some authors, maternal hypotension occurs up to 80% in women undergoing caesarean section after spinal anesthes...

PiCCO Guided Therapy in Liver Cirrhosis

Prospective comparison of standard therapy in liver cirrhosis versus standard therapy plus intensified hemodynamic monitoring using the PiCCO system.

Hemodynamic Optimization During Single Kidney Transplantation With MostcareUP

There are currently no clear recommendations on hemodynamic targets during kidney transplantation and most anesthesiologists rely on empiric or obsolete parameters such as CVP. The aim of this study is to investigate hemodynamic management of these patients applying a new generation of advanced monitoring systems such as MOSTCAREUP which can potentially provide a clear overview of the circulatory status beat by beat and to adjust fluid therapy in every single patient or ...

Seniors Guardian: A Monitoring Platform for the Elderly

This pilot study evaluates whether a telemonitoring platform of activities of daily living amongst the elderly can improve their quality of life. Participants will be randomised to two different follow-up strategies, one comprising a monitoring platform and the other standard visits at a healthcare facility. Quality of life will be assessed using standardised questionnaires.

Cardiovascular Response to Exercise in Hypertension

Arterial hypertension (AH) is an important clinical social and economic problem, related to the increased cardiovascular risk. AH is associated with cardiovascular hemodynamic alterations, including left ventricular diastolic dysfunction (LVddf). In consequence of increased blood pressure, the effectiveness of LV as a blood pump decreases and the symptoms of heart failure (HF) may occur. Thus, the identification of noninvasive markers related with the progression from the asymp...


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