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09:47 EST 16th December 2018 | BioPortfolio

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Outcomes and User Acceptance of the IntelliVue Alarm Advisor Software (Europe)

This Clinical Study will be conducted as a comparative study focusing on usability and efficiency by comparing alarm burden pre- and post-implementation of an "Alarm Advisor software".


Enuresis Alarm - Is a Manual Trigger System Beneficial?

The purpose of this study is to evaluate whether the bedwetting alarm trigger activated by parents to wake their child, in addition to the moisture alarm, will improve treatment success compared to the moisture alarm alone. During the study one group will use the alarm as provided by the manufacture and the other group will use the same model but will be instructed to manually trigger the alarm 1-2 hours after the child falls asleep.

Quality Improvement - Monitoring Alarm Optimization Study

This project aims to reduce the frequency of duplicate, false and clinically insignificant alarms in hospital units, and subsequent alarm fatigue resulting from excessive alarm frequency. The investigators will implement evidence-based guidelines for alarm optimization according to patient-population specific parameters, and evaluate alarm frequency and staff perception of alarm fatigue at baseline and 60 days after implementation of this quality improvement initiative.


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Outcomes and User Acceptance of the IntelliVue Alarm Advisor Software (USA)

This Clinical Study will be conducted as a comparative study focusing on usability and efficiency by comparing alarm burden pre- and post- implementation of an "Alarm Advisor software".

Research to Improve Smoke Alarm Functioning and Maintenance

The purpose of this study to evaluate whether (1) targeted smoke alarm education, (2) general fire safety education with a smoke alarm component, (3) basic fire safety education, or (4) an unrelated intervention is most effective way to improve smoke alarm maintenance and function.

Age-related Correlates of Treatment for Late-acquired Sounds

Late-acquired sounds, such as /r/ are difficult to learn and many children experience persistent errors on these sounds. The purpose of the present study is to determine whether treating these sounds earlier in the child's life may result in better outcomes.

A Bioequivalence Study of Dexlansoprazole From Doxirazole 60 mg Capsules (Hikma Pharma,Egypt)and Dexilant 60 mg Delayed Release (DR) Capsules (Takeda Pharmaceuticals America Inc., USA)

Comparative randomized, single dose, two-way crossover open-label study to determine the bioequivalence of Dexlansoprazole from Doxirazole 60 mg Capsules (Hikma Pharma,Egypt)and Dexilant 60 mg Delayed release Capsules (Takeda Pharmaceuticals America Inc., USA)

Hearing Study: Sensitivity to Features of Speech Sounds

The purpose of this study is to better understand the sensitivity of listeners to the fast changes in frequency or amplitude of sounds that occur in speech. The investigators are studying ways to manipulate these aspects of sounds in an effort to make speech sounds more clear.

The Predictive Value of Alarm Symptoms in Patients With Dyspepsia Based on Roman IV

Functional dyspepsia is one of the most common gastrointestinal disorders (FGIDs) encountered in clinical practice.Clinical diagnosis is notoriously unreliable in diagnosing the underlying cause of dyspepsia,but a number of alarm features have been suggested as indicating patients at higher risk for serious disease. The predictive value of alarm symptoms still require more researches. Rome IV introduced more precisely define the minimal thresholds for frequency and severity of ...

Effect of the Mobile Self-input Tool of Incentive Spirometer (RCT)

This study evaluates the effectiveness of the mobile self-input tool providing alarm and visual motivation, how much more it can encourage practicing of incentive spirometer undergoing post-operative patients under general anesthesia. Half of participants will receive the mobile self-input tool providing alarm, and their practicing rate will be sent to Nurse's Dashboard. While the other half will receive the mobile self-input tool, but it won't contain alarm function and their ...

Glycemic Rises After Waking Up In Response To An Alarm Clock In Type 1-Diabetic Patients Analysed With Continuous Glucose Monitoring (GlucoDay®)

Study hypothesis: Waking up in response to an alarm clock may evoke a stress reaction that leads to rising glucose concentrations. The purpose of this study was to prove this hypothesis with continuous glucose monitoring over three nights. Night (a) with an alarm clock set at 2 h intervals for glucose self monitoring, Night (b) with a nurse performing blood glucose determinations, and Night (c) with the patients left undisturbed.

Evaluation of the Awakening Capability by a Vibrating Bracelet (BRASSARD)

As part of developing a relay alarm project, the aim of the study is to test a sleeper's capability to wake up via a vibrating alarm around the wrist (vibrating bracelet).

Effect of Different Viscous Foods and Liquids on Swallowing Sounds

This study is aimed to establish and identify the normal pattern of swallowing sounds and analyze swallowing sounds of different textured foods and viscous liquids in healthy subjects to provide clinical evidence to update dysphagia patients' food.

Diagnostic Reasoning and Sense of Alarm at Dyspnoea and / or Chest Pain

Dyspnea and chest pain represent 1.5% of general practice consultations. They may be a sign of many diseases, potentially serious. The concept of Gut Feelings brings a sense of alarm and reinsurance. The sense of alarm reflects a sense of mistrust about the patient's clinical situation, in the absence of objective argument. The sense of reinsurance reflects a sense of confidence about the patient's situation, in the absence of objective argument. Gut Feelings plays a key role i...

The Effect of Selecting Treatment With Desmopressin or Alarm to Children With Enuresis Based on Home Recordings.

The aim of this study is to investigate the importance of clinical characterization of children with monosymptomatic nocturnal enuresis (MNE) in order to improve treatment efficacy. Our hypothesis is that clinical characterization by measurement of nocturnal urine production and maximal voided volumes in children with MNE and subsequent treatment tailoring improves the response to first-line treatment approach.

Are Medical Personnel Can Correctly Recognize the Chest Sounds?

The study aims to validate the interpretation of breath sounds by medical personnel

Heart Sounds Measurement Using the Wearable Cardioverter Defibrillator (HS-WCD) Study

A prospective, validation study to evaluate the data accuracy of heart sounds recorded by the LifeVest® Wearable Cardioverter Defibrillator (WCD). These data will be compared with the heart sounds data recorded by an FDA-cleared device.

Effects of Ecological Rythmic-acoustic Stimulation (E-RAS) on Motor Skills in Individuals With Parkinson's Disease

The use of rhythmic auditory stimulation (RAS) has been proven useful in the management of gait disturbances induced by Parkinson's disease (PD). Typically, the stimuli used to provide RAS consist of metronome or music-based sounds, which are not related with the auditory experience of walking. Based on previous laboratory research, it is hypothesized that the use of ecological sounds deriving from biological motion (i.e., footstep sounds) could have a greater impact compared t...

Application of Digitized Respiratory Sounds for Confirmation of the Position of the Balloon of Endobronchial Blockers

This observation study is to evaluate the application of the spectral analysis and characteristic parameters of digitized respiratory sounds in the confirmation of the position of the balloon of endobronchial blockers

The Economic and Cognitive Effects of Pain Reduction

Physical pain is a common but largely overlooked aspect of the lives of the poor. Not only does pain directly reduce life quality and happiness, it may also hamper cognitive function and, consequently, decision-making, productivity, and earnings. Workers with chronic pain may work fewer days, take longer breaks, and make less-considered choices regarding inputs; all outcomes that would reduce output and lead to greater impoverishment or impede the productivity and profitability...

Effect of Nature Based Sounds' Intervention on Agitation and Anxiety of Patients Admitted in Intensive Care Units.

Effect of nature based sounds' intervention on Agitation and Anxiety of patients admitted in Intensive Care Units of MMIMS&R Hospital, Mullana, Ambala

PC-Based Rehabilitation of Auditory Function

Many older subjects experience difficulty in understanding speech in noisy environments. Part of this problem is related to changes that occur in the ear with age and compromise the hearing of high-pitched sounds. Another part of the problem with speech understanding relates to changes with age in the neural circuits of the brain that process different speech sounds. Evidence suggests that these changes in neural circuits are particularly large if hearing loss is present. Th...

Diagnosing Respiratory Disease in Children Using Cough Sounds

The purpose of this prospective study is to evaluate the efficacy of the ResAppDx software application in diagnosis of pneumonia and other respiratory conditions (bronchiolitis, asthma, croup, upper or lower respiratory tract infections) in infants and children. Patient's cough sounds will be recorded using a smartphone and analysed using the ResAppDx software. The ResAppDx diagnosis will be compared to radiologic diagnosis and/or clinical diagnosis. The ResAppDx diagnosis will...

Patients Perception of Mechanical Heart Valve Sounds: Psychoacoustics and Quality of Life

The purpose of this study is to compare the sound pressure levels (SPLs) from three of the most frequently implanted mechanical heart valve prostheses, in order to determine whether there was any significant difference between the intensities of the valve sounds

Comparison of Stethee® to the Conventional Stethoscope for Auscultation of Simulated Heart Sounds

The objective of this study is to compare the relative capability of Stethee® (new wireless digital stethoscope) and 3M™ Littmann® Classic III™ (conventional stethoscope) in the identification of manikin-simulated heart sounds by medical doctors. A randomised, non-blinded, two-period crossover, non-inferiority design will be used to compare the acoustic performance of the two stethoscopes. We aim to determine if Stethee® is as effective as 3M™ Littmann® Classic III™...


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