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Assessment of Starch Digestibility and Amylase Sufficiency in Children

Research has demonstrated that there is a relationship between malnourishment and insufficient production of pancreatic enzymes, such as α-amylase which digests starch into glucose. Starchy foods that can be easily digested into glucose are critical to the development child for energy and proper growth. This study investigated the use of a noninvasive breath test for the assessment of amylase sufficiency, digestibility of normal and modified sorghum porridges and gastric empty...


Safety and Efficacy of a Single Dose of a Polyphenol-enriched Brown Seaweed Powder in Human

The primary endpoint of this trial will be to evaluate the safety of a single administration in human of a dose of 500 mg of a polyphenol-rich algal powder when taken 30 minutes before a test meal. The secondary endpoint of this trial will be to evaluate if a single administration in human of a dose of 500 mg of a polyphenol-rich algal powder is able to reduce the rate of carbohydrate absorption as measured by following postprandial glycemia and insulinemia.

Canadian Computed Tomography (CT) Head Rule Study

Each year, Canadian emergency department physicians treat 600,000 patients with head injury. Many of these are adults with "minor head injury", i.e. loss of consciousness or amnesia and a Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS) score of 13-15. Only 6.2% of these "minor" patients have some acute injury on computed tomography (CT scan) and only 0.5% have an epidural hematoma requiring surgery. Among Canadian teaching hospital emergency departments, we have shown a fourfold variation in use of C...


An Algorithmic Approach to Ventilator Withdrawal at the End of Life

The proposed study is an important, under-investigated area of ICU care for terminally ill patients undergoing terminal ventilator withdrawal. The proposed research has relevance to public health because an algorithmic approach to the ventilator withdrawal process will enhance clinicians' ability to conduct the process while assuring patient comfort, using opioids and/or benzodiazepines effectively.

Canadian WATCHMAN Registry

Canadian WATCHMAN Registry is a multicentre (8 Centres) Canadian prospective, non-randomized, registry to enrol 100 consecutive patients undergoing LAA closure with the WATCHAN device to study the safety and effectiveness of the WATCHMAN device

SPIDER: A Research & QI Collaboration Supporting Practices in Improving Care for Complex Elderly Patients

Elders living with multiple chronic conditions often take many drugs (polypharmacy); some of the drugs may not benefit them or may be harmful. The Canadian Institute for Health Information has reported that about one-quarter of Canadian seniors are prescribed ten or more different drugs each year. Polypharmacy can result in poorer health, reduced quality of life and high healthcare costs. Choosing Wisely Canada and the Canadian Deprescribing Network have suggested wiser uses f...

Canadian Registry of ICD Implant Testing Procedures

To document practices in Canadian ICD implant centres around defibrillation therapy efficacy testing.

The Canadian Glomerulonephritis Registry and Translational Research Initiative

Glomerulonephritis (GN) is one of the most important causes of kidney failure in Canada. These comprise a group of "rare" diseases (

Is AMPS a Responsive Tool for Assessing Change in ADL-abilities After Finger or Hand Surgery

The aim of the study is to assess the responsiveness of the Assessment of Motor and Process Skills (AMPS) in a population of patients undergoing rehabilitation following hand surgery, as this has not previously been investigated. Methods: Patients are included from the department of physical and occupational therapy at Silkeborg Regional Hospital in the period November 2017 to May 2018. A total of 50 patients, who have been referred for specialized occupational therapy rehabil...

Rubidium-82 - An Alternative Radiopharmaceutical for Myocardial Imaging(Rb-ARMI)

Cardiovascular (CV) disease is the leading cause of death in Canada. Fifty percent of all Tc-99m used in nuclear medicine is for the diagnosis of coronary artery disease (CAD) with SPECT myocardial perfusion imaging (MPI). The reduced supply of Tc-99m requires other tracers to be investigated. Tl-201 SPECT is available but generally accepted to be inferior to Tc-99m. Rubidium (Rb-82), a nonreactor produced tracer, is believed to have superior accuracy compared to Tc-99m and Tl-...

A Study to Compare the Pharmacokinetics of Belatacept Using Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient Manufactured by Process E Relative to Process C

The purpose of the study is to compare the Pharmacokinetics (PK) of Process E belatacept relative to Process C belatacept in Healthy subjects

The Effects of Culturally Specific Cooking Classes on Diabetes Control in Chinese Canadian Persons

The aim of this study is to determine the effectiveness of language and culturally appropriate diabetes cooking classes in improving glycemic control, increasing diabetes knowledge and diabetes self-management activities in Chinese-Canadian patients with diabetes, as compared to current standard care of patients attending diabetes education classes in the city of Richmond, BC, Canada.

The Impact of Disclosing Personalized Depression Risk Information on High-risk Individuals' Outcomes

Major depressive episode (MDE) is one of the most prevalent and disabling form of mental illness in the general population. Despite increased mental health services and antidepressants use in the past 10 years, there has been no measurable change in the prevalence of MDE in the Canadian general population, which motivates the search for additional strategies for reducing the burden of MDE. One strategy that has been successful in the fields of oncology, cardiology and diabetes ...

A Pan-Canadian, Retrospective Evaluation of MitraClip Safety and Efficacy

The PREMISE Registry is a retrospective, observational study that will evaluate the efficacy and safety of the MitraClip in real-world Canadian practice. It will include all patients who have undergone MitraClip implantation in Canada to date.

The Canadian Triage and Acuity Scale for Children; A Prospective Multi-Center Evaluation.

The aim of this study is to evaluate the validity and the reproducibility of the canadian triage and acuity scale when applied by regular nurses for the triage of children in the Emergency Department.

CAPRI National Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis Registry

Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis (JIA) is a disorder of unknown cause characterized by chronic inflammation of the joints and other organs. It affects about 1 in a 1000 Canadian children and if untreated it can produce lifelong disability. The Canadian Alliance of Pediatric Rheumatology Investigators (CAPRI) includes most pediatric rheumatologists in Canada. They have successfully collaborated for the past 10 years producing groundbreaking research on the modern course and outcome...

Genetic Screening and Assisted Oocyte Activation in Couples With Diminished/Aberrant Embryonic Development.

This is an interventional comparative study at the Department of Reproductive Medicine at Ghent University Hospital. Patients with previous embryo developmental problems are eligible for the study. Patients will undergo an ICSI-AOA treatment and will also be screened for genes important in the oocyte activation and embryonic development process. Also, the calcium releasing pattern of the patients' spermatozoa will be investigated.

Reduced Exposure Study Using CHTP 1.0 During 5 Days in Confinement.

The overall goal of the study is to demonstrate the reduction of biomarkers of exposure (BoExp) to selected harmful and potentially harmful constituents (HPHCs) in smokers switching for 5 days from conventional cigarette (CC) to Carbon Heated Tobacco Product 1.0 (CHTP 1.0) as compared to smokers continuing to use CC.

Canadian Network for Autoimmune Liver Disease

This study is a longitudinal observational cohort study of patients diagnosed with Primary Biliary Cholangitis (PBC), Autoimmune Hepatitis (AIH) or overlap syndrome.This study creates a nationwide registry and network focusing on high quality long-term follow-up of individual patient data from major Canadian centers.

Prostate Vaporization Techniques in Canadian Hospital

Kingston General Hospital is committed to upgrading the surgical treatment platform for benign prostate surgery. Vaporization Surgery, either laser-vaporization or electo-vaporization is becoming a "standard" of therapy for benign prostatic hyperplasia rather than the traditional transurethral resection of the prostate. However many Canadian hospitals have been slow to adopt an updated program because of evolving competing technology systems as well as unknown cost, efficacy, c...

Effects of Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA) on Heart Rate Variability in Elderly Patients

The purpose of this study is to test the hypothesis that dietary supplementation with an algal source of docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) can improve the heart rate variability in elderly patients.

RCT to Address the Burden of Undiagnosed Airflow Obstruction in Canadian Adults

Previous population health studies suggest that up to 10% of Canadian adults have undiagnosed asthma or COPD- these people are currently undiagnosed and untreated, even though they may have significant respiratory symptoms. Our study will use targeted casefinding to find people with undiagnosed asthma and COPD in Canadian communities. We will assess their symptoms and their health care use and number of sick days to determine the burden of undiagnosed respiratory disease in the...

MCR and Depression

The overall objective of the proposal is to examine the association between depression and the newly reported "motoric cognitive risk" (MCR) syndrome, which is a pre-dementia syndrome combining subjective cognitive complaint (i.e.; memory complaint) with objective slow gait speed, in the Canadian population, with the baseline assessment of the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging (CLSA). The Canadian and global population are continuously aging. Moreover, the number of i...

The Canadian Glaucoma Study

Glaucoma is a disease which affects between one and two percent of all individuals aged over 40 years. According to recent Canadian National Institute for the Blind figures, it is the second largest specific cause of blindness in this country. The most common form of glaucoma, open-angle glaucoma, is incipient and typically results in a progressive loss of vision without symptoms due to damage to a structure inside the eye called the optic nerve head. Although the most impor...

Validation of New Tests for Gastrointestinal (GI) Permeability

Introduction: The primary function of the gastrointestinal (GI) wall is digestion and absorption of nutrients that are important for growth and development. The second important function of the GI wall is forming an effective barrier to prevent penetration of potentially harmful components from the inside of the gut (lumen), via the GI wall, into the body. A compromised barrier function may play an important role in the development of a range of inflammatory GI diseases ...


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