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ICOLLAB FOR Children With Medical Complexity

Background: Children with medical complexity (CMC) have higher hospitalizations and readmissions compared to children without medical complexity. While CMC were institutionalized in the past, increasingly CMCs are now cared for at home. Caring for individuals with disabilities at home, and not congregate care settings is a Healthy People 2020 Objective. Home health nursing, especially good-quality care, is important for CMC. The purpose of this research is to test whether colla...


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Evaluating the Value of Telehealth for Care of Children With Medical Complexity

The specific aims of the study are to: 1. Assess the feasibility of a TytoCare telehealth device with remote audio/video connection for evaluation of children with medical complexity in the home environment. 2. Evaluate the usability of a TytoCare telehealth device in transmitting real time images (otoscope, oropharyngeal exam, camera), temperature, and sound (stethoscope for heart and breath sounds) 3. Compare the impact of the TytoCare telehealth...

GoalKeeper: Intelligent Information Sharing for Children With Medical Complexity

This proposal addresses the major challenge of improving health outcomes for children with cancer and other complex conditions, for whom the effectiveness of outpatient care depends on care coordination across a diverse group of caregivers that includes parents, community support organizations and pediatric care providers. The investigators have developed GoalKeeper, a prototype system for supporting care coordination across multiple care providers. The primary aim of the clini...


Manipulating Linguistic Complexity to Improve Child Language Treatment Outcomes

Phonological disorder (PD) and specific language impairment (SLI) directly impact a child's ability to communicate and are among the most prevalent developmental disorders. The proposed experiments manipulate the complexity of treatment targets to identify the most efficacious treatment approaches for English- and Spanish-speaking children aged 3 to 6 years who present with these disorders. This research will reveal the nature of interactions between sound and structure in lang...

An Integrated Telemedicine-Home Visitation Program to Increase Outcomes for Children With Medical Complexity

Children with medical complexity (CMC) account for $10,000 per child-year.2,3 The hospital component (inpatient consultation service) is further improving outcomes. Having improved both inpatient and outpatient care, the investigators now propose to complete a 360 degree approach by developing and rigorously assessing an integrated telemedicine-home-visitation program (THVP) to augment care for CMC in their homes to reduce the need for clinic visits as well hospitalizations. Bu...

Clinical Complexity in Internal Medicine Wards. San MAtteo Complexity Study

The progressive rising of multimorbidity, which has been always considered the hallmark of clinical complexity (CC), has made management of the "complex" patient one of the most topical and challenging issues in medicine. However, patient-related factors (multimorbidity, age, frailty, disease severity) pertain only to the biological complexity, while CC is the result of the dynamic interaction between biological complexity and a number of other coexisting factors (socio-economi...

The Influence of Medical Clowns on the Performance of Pulmonary Function Tests Among Preschooler Children

Medical clowns are known to assist in relaxing children and allowing better cooperation during performance of medical procedures. The ability of medical clowns to improve the motivation of children to perform active tasks was never examined to date. The investigators would like to examine the influence of the clowns' presence on the performance of pulmonary function test.

Occupational Therapy in Complex Patients: a Pilot Study

To date, there are no studies that demonstrate that the intervention of Occupational Therapy (OT) in patients considered to be complex, regardless of diagnosis, could improve clinical and functional outcome for the patient. For this reason, the investigators propose one randomized controlled trial that will compare the group receiving the intervention of OT and the control group, to quantify the level of performance and satisfaction in the activities of interest of the patient,...

Autism Spectrum Ambassador Program

The investigators are evaluating the implementation and the effectiveness of a medical student staffed support program (ASAP) for children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder coming into Penn State Hershey Children's Hospital for a medical procedure. The ASAP program involves training and assigning a medical student as an Ambassador to help advocate for the special needs of a child with ASD. This study is designed to compare patient satisfaction of children and their famili...

Healthy Homes Healthy Children (H3C)

Aim To evaluate the efficacy of a CCHMC Human Resources Benefits program to reduce exposure to injury hazards and subsequent injury-related medical claims for their children. Hypothesis H1: The investigators anticipate, based on our recently completed trial, that the installation of multiple, passive safety devices in the homes of children 6- to 36-month old children of CCHMC non-contract employees randomized to the intervention group will reduce childhood injuri...

EPIPAGE2 Cohort Study Follow up at Five and a Half Years

Epipage 2 (epidemiologic study on small-for-gestational-age children) is a nationwide study implemented to improve our knowledge of the outcome of preterm children in France. This study was launched on March 28, 2011 and includes three groups of preterm children, all born before 35 weeks: extremely preterm infants (born between 22 and 26 completed weeks of gestation), very preterm children (born between 27 and 31 completed weeks) and moderately preterm children (born between 32...

Study of @neWorld: A Virtual Community for Children With Cancer

RATIONALE: Using an Internet Web site that enables children with cancer to interact online with classmates, participate in classroom activities, get easy-to-read medical information, and chat with family members, medical staff, and other children with cancer may help children cope with isolation, fear, and decreased self-esteem. PURPOSE: This phase I/II trial is studying the effectiveness of an Internet Web site in providing social support and education to children who are und...

Autism Spectrum Ambassador Program (ASAP) in the ED

The investigators are evaluating the implementation and the effectiveness of a medical student staffed support program (ASAP) for children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder coming into Penn State Hershey Children's Hospital Emergency Department. The ASAP program involves training and assigning a medical student as an Ambassador to help advocate for the special needs of a child with ASD. This study is designed to compare patient satisfaction of children and families who ar...

Effectiveness and Safety of the Nursing Prescription in Acute Health Problems of Low Complexity

Objective: To compare the efficacy/effectiveness of pharmacological nurse prescription with medical prescription in patients attended in a primary care center for minor acute health problems. Scope of the study: Multicenter study, with the participation of 8 primary care centers of Catalonia. Methodology: Randomized blind clinical trial, with experimental group receiving pharmacological nurse prescription and a control group receiving medical prescription. Subject...

Infants With Spinal Muscular Atrophy Type I

Background: - Spinal muscular atrophy type 1 (SMA 1) causes severe muscle weakness and problems with eating and breathing. The symptoms begin in infancy, and children affected with SMA 1 often die in early childhood. Researchers want to collect information on how SMA symptoms progress in first two years. Objectives: - To study how the symptoms of SMA 1 progress in infants and children. Eligibility: - Infants and children with SMA 1 born on or after Januar...

The Influence of Education of Medical Team on Duration of Fasting Before Elective Medical Interventions Performed Under General Anesthesia in Children

The purpose of the study is to examine if an education program of the medical teams can help implementation of of NPO (nothing-per-os)orders in children before anesthesia for ambulatory medical interventions under anesthesia and decrease unnecessary long fasting. We shall ask parents of such children to fill in a questionnaire regarding pre-anesthesia fasting and regular eating and drinking habits. Thereafter, all medical teams involved with the administration of NPO orders wil...

Medical Clowning: Needs Assessment and Implication for Hospitalized Children With Cancer/Blood Disease

Hospitalized children who undergo painful procedures are more susceptible than others to experiencing iatrogenic effects, such as anxiety, pain, and severe stress. Clowns in clinical setting have been found to be effective in reducing children's experiences of these effects during hospitalization and before procedures. This article provides an overview of clowning in health care settings; reviews major studies conducted on clowning for hospitalized children, discussing evidence...

Using Hypnosis to Help Children Undergoing a Difficult Medical Procedure

This study examined whether a hypnosis intervention, compared to standard care, could help reduce distress and pain for children undergoing an invasive medical procedure.

Clinical Trial of Enterovirus 71(EV71) Inactivated Vaccine in Children Aged 36-71 Months

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the non-inferiority of experimental EV71 vaccine compared to the control EV71 vaccine in children aged 36-71 months, to evaluate the non-inferiority of EV71 vaccine used in children aged 36-71 months compared to 6-35 months. The experimental vaccine was manufactured by Sinovac Biotech Co., Ltd, and the control vaccine was manufactured by Institute of Medical Biology Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences.

Minocycline to Treat Childhood Regressive Autism

There is a subgroup of children with autism that appears to develop typically for a period of time, and then loses social or language skills, or regresses. A recent study by Vargas and co-workers at Johns Hopkins has demonstrated that this regressive type of autism is associated with chronic brain inflammation as shown by an abnormal production of inflammatory cytokines among other abnormalities. This present study will test the effectiveness of minocycline, an antibiotic with...

Using Video for Triage of Children With Fever at the Medical Helpline 1813 in Copenhagen, Denmark

Background: The Medical Helpline 1813 in Copenhagen, Denmark handles acute, non-life threatening medical emergencies. Approx. 200,000 calls/year concern children, and about 30% are referred to a pediatric urgent care center. However, most of these children have very mild symptoms, which require neither treatment nor tests, merely parental guidance. Initial assessment; triage, of children on the phone is difficult, especially when the operator does not know the child or ...

Referred vs Spontaneous Visits at Pediatric ER: an Outcome Study

Since 80's, admissions in Emergency medical services increase regularly. Children represents 30% of the patients in Emergency medical Service. Only 20% of admissions are hospitalized and only 3 % need emergency care. Consequences are team's exhaustion, a reduction of healthcare quality, a slowdown in emergency care. Investigator decided to realize an epidemiologic prospective study in Emergency medical and surgical Pediatric Service in Strasbourg Teaching Hospital to compare c...

Using Video Transmission for Telephone Triage of Children

Background The medical helpline 1813 in Copenhagen, Denmark handles telephone calls regarding non-life-threatening medical emergencies. Next to 200,000 calls/year concern children and afterwards about 30% are referred to a pediatric urgent care center. However, most of these children have very mild symptoms, which do neither require treatment nor any tests, but merely parental medical guidance. Initial assessment; triage, of children on the telephone is difficult, espec...

Functional Significance of Complexity Measures in the Sensory-motor Behavior

The main objective of this study is to compare between groups the level of complexity of the estimated sensorimotor performance through single-fractal (the αDFA values) and multi-fractal (minmaxMF-DFA) exponents.

S-Caine™ Peel (Skin Numbing Cream) to Treat Pain During Vascular Access Procedures in Children

The pain associated with medical procedures is often under-treated in children. Children often undergo painful procedures with little or no anesthetic, even when effective therapy is available. Reasons for not providing available therapy in children include concerns over adverse side effects as well as the length of time necessary to provide adequate anesthesia. Recent guidelines strongly advocate for the proactive treatment of pain in children, including the pain associated...


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