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19:32 EDT 18th March 2019 | BioPortfolio

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Impact of Bacterial Resistance on Healthcare Costs for Hospitalized Patients With Complicated Intra-abdominal Infections

The objective of this study is to estimate the costs of empiric antibiotic therapy and hospitalization costs for patients with a complicated intra-abdominal infection, and to assess the impact of treatment failure of initial antibiotic empiric therapy on pharmacological and total healthcare costs for these patients in Greece.


Cardiovascular Diseases in the Silesian Region in Poland.

The Silesian Cardiovascular Database is an observational study of all patients hospitalized due to cardiovascular diseases. The date include information on the clinical characteristics, treatment modalities and prognosis in this population. The data include information on all the applicable diagnostic and therapeutic procedures, prognosis and hospitalization costs. Likewise, data have been collected specialist care outpatient visits and primary health care patients were hospit...

Association of Anemia With Hospital Costs in Elective Colorectal Surgery

The objective is to measure the adjusted association between preoperative anemia and total hospital costs. We hypothesize that patients with anemia before surgery will have higher hospitalization costs than people without anemia.


Refeeding Syndrome in Anorexia Nervosa

The purpose of this multi-center randomized controlled trial is to compare lower calorie refeeding to higher calorie refeeding for hospitalized adolescents and young adults with AN. The investigators will compare efficacy (achievement and maintenance of clinical remission at 12 months), safety during hospitalization, and cost effectiveness (including costs of initial and re hospitalization, 12 month follow up and safety/adverse events).

Costs, Cognitive Abilities and Quality of Life After Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation and Surgical Aortic Valve Replacement

Multicenter, prospective, observational study in aortic stenosis (AS) patients undergoing transcatheter aortic valve implantation (TAVI) or high-risk patients undergoing aortic valve replacement (AVR). The objectives of the study are: 1. Description of neurocognitive status before and after transcatheter aortic valve implantation and aortic valve replacement procedures 2. Description of Quality of Life (QoL) after these procedures 3. Defining the rele...

An Explanatory Factors Analysis of Inflammatory Bowel Diseases(IBD's) Management Costs for Adults Patients Treated by Biotherapy and Followed at Nancy University Hospital

The objective of this study is to analyze the factors influencing the medical and non-medical direct costs of patients treated with biotherapy during the last twelve months (infliximab or adalimumab), including biosimilars (infliximab biosimilars: Inflectra ™ and Remsima ™) for treating Crohn's desease or ulcerative colitis

IMPROVinG Outcomes in Community Acquired Pneumonia

Pneumonia is the commonest illness requiring hospitalization in Australia. Elderly patients account for most admissions and incur highest costs due to longer hospitalizations, higher readmission risks and poor functional outcomes. Previous clinical trials show a number of medical and allied health interventions can effectively shorten hospitalization or reduce readmissions, but these have been poorly and inconsistently applied in practice. This proposed research builds on previ...

Biomedical Shirt-based ECG Monitoring

Cardiovascular diseases (CVD) are associated with high healthcare costs, as well as are a leading cause of mortality and hospitalizations. The main challenge for today's researchers is to develop new technologies, which may help to improve diagnosis of CVD, thereby reducing healthcare costs and quality of patients' lives. Non-invasive wearable electronics offer new capabilities for the diagnosis and management of patients with CVD. Several reports with wearable electronics have...

The Effect of Preoperative Assessment Clinic on Prognosis and Economic Results of Patients With Coexisting Disease.

To assess the effect of preoperative assessment clinic on prognosis and economic results of patients with coexisting diseases, the investigators designed a prospective cohort study. The investigators will recruit 250 patients preparing to undergo a selective epigastrium surgery with coexisting medical diseases which need an anesthetic consultation. The patients will be randomly assigned into two groups. The intervention group will be seen in the preoperative clinic before hospi...

Feasibility and Outcomes of Older Patients Hospitalization

Hospitalization is a traumatic event for the patient and his family at any age nevertheless in the older age. One of its consequences is the difficulty to resume previous activity of daily living especially in older (over 75 years) patients. Sub acute completes the acute phase of the hospitalization and its main purpose is to improve the patient's functional status and quality of life. There are not enough clinical trails to proof this assumption. The purpose of our study is to...

Study of the Social and Psychological Consequences of ICU Hospitalization

Patients are admitted to intensive care for serious diseases (sepsis, ARDS ...) burdened with a high mortality rate. Invasive methods of resuscitation and the diseases treated can lead to serious sequelae. Follow-up studies of patients at hospital discharge report most often the quality of life using validated quantitative scales. A recent consensus of the American Society of resuscitation an update on the physical, cognitive and psychological sequelae of ICU hospitalization fo...

Evaluating Quality and Cost of (Partial) Oncological Home-Hospitalization

Oncological home-hospitalization might be a patient-centred, cost-effective approach to deal wiht the current challenges in cancer healthcare. The primary aim of this clinical trial is to evaluate patient-reported quality of life of patients receiving (partial) oncological home-hospitalization and to compare this outcome with patients receiving standard ambulatory hospital care. Secondary endpoints that will be evaluated and compared between both randomized groups are: ...

Study Comparing Conventional and Fast Track Multi-Discipline Treatment Interventions for Colorectal Cancer

A new notion"Fast Track Multi-Discipline Treatment" for colorectal cancer is thought with several benefits such as shorter hospitalization stay and less costs. This randomized study aims to compare the differences between conventional and Fast Track Multi-Discipline Treatment for colorectal cancer in hospitalization day, complications, costs and quality of life.

Lung Ultrasoung Guided Treatment in Chronic Heart Failure Patients: a Randomized Controlled Trial

Introduction: Despite the great advances in treatment, heart failure (HF) continues to be an important health problem because of its high prevalence, morbidity, mortality and associated costs. Research shows at least 40% of HF in-patients are going to be readmitted in the following year. Thus, new strategies to reduce HF decompensations are needed. In recent studies, pulmonary congestion which is expressed in the form of B-lines detected by lung ultrasound (LUS) has proven to ...

Assessment of Clinical Performance and Costs of the Endeavor Resolute Stent "in Real Life" in Spain.

The Redes registry is set up to document the overall clinical performance and costs of the Endeavor Resolute coronary stent in a "real life" subject population of 450 patients that require a stent in Spain. Primary objectives are the overall cost for patients during initial hospitalization and at 1-year follow-up, as well as the MACE rate at 30 days, 6 months and 12 months post procedure.

Quality of Life in Patients Having a Prosthetic Joint Infection

Bone and joint infections (BJI) are rare serious pathology which can lead to a very heavy handicap and sometimes to the life threatening. These are devastating diseases whose diagnosis is difficult. They are known to be associated with high mortality rates (5%) and significant morbidities responsible for functional sequelae (40% of patients) with an individual cost (prolonged hospitalization, altered quality of life) and societal (work stoppage, partial or total disability, tem...

30 Day Rehospitalization Risk in Hemodialysis Patients

After a hospitalization, dialysis patients have a high risk of being admitted to the hospital again within 30 days. The purpose of this research study is to test a new way of reducing the chance of patients being hospitalized again. In this study investigator will evaluate a checklist driven evaluation upon return to the dialysis facility as a method to reduce the rate of rehospitalizations in hemodialysis patients.

Protocol for Accelerated Recovery in Patients Undergoing Thoracic Surgical Procedures (PROSM). Study Randomized Comparative Between the Adoption of the Proposed Guidelines and the Traditional Method Currently Used in the Institution

Introduction: Aiming at reducing costs and optimizing the use of these financial resources, several postoperative recovery protocols have emerged that aim to reduce the length of hospital stay by accelerating surgical recovery.1,2 In view of the current Brazilian political and economic scenario allied to the existing scientific knowledge on the subject , the investigators developed a protocol that aims to meet this need using resources already available and offered in br...

Mobile Health Monitoring Solution for Heart Failure Patients

Heart Failure (HF) affects 5.7 million Americans and is the only major cardiovascular disorder on the rise. The primary aim of this study is to formally study the combined effects of several different tele-health modalities, all currently approved and available for general use, to determine if such combinations will result in an increase in early intervention and a resultant decrease in acute cardiac decompensation requiring a hospitalization or Emergency Room (ER) visit. This ...

Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Osteopathic Manipulative Therapy

The Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is defined by a combination of abdominal pain, bowel dysfunction during recurrent periods of shorter or longer duration. The absence of well-defined pathophysiological marker requires a clinical definition. The most used are the Rome criteria III whose version was published in 2006 and version IV under development. An epidemiological study conducted in 2003 in Europe in 8 countries with over 42 000 people, found on the basis of questionnaires...

Atropine Weight and Risk of Postoperative Confusion in the Elderly

The identification of a high atropine load of treatment received during hospitalization as a predictor of postoperative confusion could have various benefits: - Pharmacoepidemiological: identify factors associated with postoperative confusion - Clinics: by favoring treatments with a low atropine load during anesthesia, the management of patients hospitalized in orthopedics. Similarly, stopping or re-evaluating treatments with a high atropine weight for schedul...

Low-dose Radioiodine Ablation in Graves' Disease

Graves' orbitopathy (GO) is an autoimmune condition almost always associated with autoimmune thyroid disease, especially Graves' disease (GD). According to the most widely accepted model, the autoantigen/s responsible for GO would include molecules expressed by thyroid epithelial cells that are present also in orbital tissues. The high likelihood that the etiologies of GO and of the underlying autoimmune thyroid diseases are somehow linked is confirmed by the very close relatio...

A Clinical Trial to Determine Outcomes and Cost Effectiveness of Nutritional Intervention in Elderly Patients

With the introduction of the National Insurance Law in Israel in 1995, there have been increased efforts to reduce hospitalization in general and length of stay in the hospital in particular. Under nourished patients have been shown to have a longer mean length of stay and they are more likely to suffer from complications, which significantly increase cost of care. Intense nutritional intervention programs, aimed at decreasing rehospitalizations and post hospitalization compli...

Implementing Digital Health in a Learning Health System

The need for new models of integrated care that can improve the efficiency of healthcare and reduce the costs are key priorities for health systems across the United States. Treatment costs for patients with at least one chronic medical or cardiovascular condition make up over 4-trillion dollars in spending on healthcare, with estimations of a population prevalence of 100-million affected individuals within the next decade. Therefore, the management of chronic conditions requir...

Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Genotypes in Genital Warts in Colombian Population

HPV infection has been recognized as the most prevalent sexual transmitted infection worldwide. Burden of many HPV related diseases is well known particularly regarding the different associated cancers (cervical, anal, vaginal, vulvar, oro-pharyngeal) (3) ; however, there is much less available information on the general burden of genital warts, the associated HPV types, the costs of related medical treatments and the knowledge and perceptions towards the disease and its pre...


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