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A Study of Single Ascending Doses of STAR-101 in Healthy Participants

The study will include a single ascending dose approach to evaluate the safety, tolerability, and pharmacokinetic properties of STAR-101 after a single oral administration in healthy participants

Improving Print Knowledge for Children With Hearing Loss: A Pilot Study

This R56 award will address questions pertaining to the feasibility of the Sit Together and Read (STAR) intervention for children with hearing loss (HL). Evidence suggests that STAR, a caregiver-implemented early literacy intervention, imparts positive effects on print knowledge gains and later reading outcomes for children at risk for reading difficulties, such as those with language impairment and those living in poverty. To date there are no large-scale studies examining lit...

CD19-Synthetic T Cell Antigen Receptor(STAR)-T in B-cell Malignancies Patients

This is a single center, single arm, open-lable phase I study to determine the safety and efficacy of CD19-STAR-T cells in patients with refractory and relapsed B-cell malignancies (such as NHL and ALL ).

Outcomes From Home in Patients Recovering From Major Gynecologic Cancer Surgery: Measuring Symptoms and Health-related Quality of Life

This study is being done to see if most patients are willing and able to report how they are feeling after surgery using the internet, and if this information can help doctors and nurses detect concerning symptoms after surgery. This study uses a special new website called STAR ("Symptom Tracking and Reporting for Patients"). Patients can logon to STAR and answer questions about how they are feeling. Then, doctors and nurses can look at this information during clinic appoint...

Cognitive Aging - STAR

Cognitive outcomes in Co-STAR participants will be compared with those from participants in a parallel study of the effects of HT on cognitive outcomes, WHISCA. A comparison of the Co-STAR treatment groups with the group of WHISCA participants receiving placebo will provide insights into the effects of SERMs relative to no treatment within the context of an observational trial. A comparison of the Co-STAR treatment groups with WHISCA treatment groups receiving ET or ET plus pro...

Feasibility Study of the Head and Neck Survivorship Tool: Assessment and Recommendations (HN-STAR)

This study is being done to understand how survivors of head and neck cancer think they can make HN-STAR (the Survivor Self-Assessment, the survivorship clinic experience, and the Survivorship Care Plan the best it can be. Once the investigators have your input and input from other survivors, they can make changes to HN-STAR, so that they can test this tool in a larger study. The larger study will tell them whether using HN-STAR improves the care of head and neck cancer survivo...

ID Administration of fIPV Using Intradermal Adapters vs. BCG Syringe

The investigators will assess the usability and immune response following fractional dose inactivated polio virus vaccine (fIPV) administration with two novel intradermal adapters (ID adapter by West Pharmaceutical services Inc. and Star Intradermal syringe by Star Syringe Ltd.) and compare the response with the one achieved with fIPV administered with traditional BCG needle syringe.

Prospective S&E Study of Wavefront-guided PRK for Myopia With iDesign Advanced Wavescan Studio™ System and Star S4 IR™

Prospective, multicenter, bilaterally-treated, open-label, non-randomized clinical trial.

Risk Factors for Potential Drug -Drug Interactions: Study in Surgical Intensive Care Unit -Zagazig University Hospitals.

Drug drug interactions is frequent in critically ill patients due to polypharmacy, different drug groups and prolonged ICU or hospital stay

Community I-STAR Mozambique: Community Implementation of SBIRT Using Technology for Alcohol Use Reduction in Mozambique

Hazardous drinking (HD) is a major public health burden worldwide with significant morbidity and mortality. To reduce HD, the World Health Organization (WHO) recommends using Screening, Brief Intervention, Referral to Treatment (SBIRT). Mobile health technology (mHealth), such as the mSBIRT app, is a promising tool for widespread cost-effective delivery of evidence-based HDS by community health workers (CHWs) because of its potential to increase fidelity, effectiveness, and sus...

Navi-Star Thermo-Cool Catheter For Ablation of Atrial Fibrillation

The objective of this study is to demonstrate that the NAVI-STAR THERMO-COOL catheter can be used to safely and effectively reduce symptomatic episodes of atrial fibrillation in patients with frequent (>3 episodes/month) or infrequent

The STAR Prospective Clinical Series

Prospective clinical series to gather post tumor ablation clinical outcomes from subjects with painful spinal metastases following targeted radiofrequency ablation (t-RFA) treatment with the STAR™ Tumor Ablation System.

Study of the Scandinavian Total Ankle Replacement (STAR) for the Treatment of Degenerative Ankle Disease

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the safety and efficacy of the S.T.A.R. device.

Exercise on Knee OA With the Star Excursion Balance Test

Osteoarthritis is a prevalent and disabling condition. Exercise is recommended to maintain strength and mobility, and to decrease pain. However, acute bouts of exercise have conflicting outcomes: they are fatiguing and they also can increase coordination and balance. The purpose of this study is to assess the effects of a single bout of exercise (30 minutes) on balance performance of individuals with self-identified unilateral knee osteoarthritis. Balance will be assessed using...

An Investigational Drug Study to Assess Weight Loss in Obese and Overweight Patients

A 1 year worldwide study in obese and overweight patients to assess the safety and effect on body weight of an investigational weight loss drug.

A Study to Evaluate Treatment Adherence in Schizophrenia With Long Acting Risperidone Microspheres (e-STAR)

This study is a non-interventional web based registry designed to assess demographic, treatment and outcomes data in patients receiving treatment with long-acting injectable risperidone. One year retrospective data and 2 year prospective data will be collected.

Sequenced Treatment Alternatives to Relieve Depression (STAR*D)

STAR*D focuses on non-psychotic major depressive disorder in adults who are seen in outpatient settings. The primary purpose of this research study is to determine which treatments work best if the first treatment with medication does not produce an acceptable response. Participants will first receive citalopram, an SSRI medication; if symptoms remain after 8-12 weeks of treatment, up to four other levels of treatment will be offered, including cognitive therapy and other medic...

The Efficacy of Front-of-package Labelling Schemes: an Experimental Study

This is an online study that aims to test the effectiveness of Interpretative Nutrition Rating Systems (INRS) such as the Health Star Rating System (HSR or Star System), traffic light system and warning labels (high sodium, saturated fat and sugar) proposed by Health Canada. The study will incorporate the use of a Smartphone application (app), FoodFlip®, to help educate consumers on each INRS prior to their exposure on food packages.

Impact of Body Weight and Weight Loss on Drug Bioavailability, Cardiovascular Risk Factors and Metabolic Biomarkers

Drug bioavailability and disposition vary according to body weight and weight loss after bariatric surgery. This study evaluates the impact of body weight and weight loss on the pharmacokinetics of various probe drugs, and compares these effects in three groups of patients receiving either a gall bladder operation, gastric bypass or a very low calorie diet.

Improving Morbidity During Post-Acute Care Transitions for Sepsis

The purpose of this study is to improve transitions of care for the highest risk, complex patients with suspected sepsis. Atrium Health has developed a nurse-navigator facilitated care transition strategy, called the Sepsis Transition and Recovery (STAR) program, to improve the implementation of recommended care practices and bridge care gaps for patients in the post-sepsis transition period. During their hospitalization, STAR program patients enter into a transition pathway fa...

Sit Together and Read (STAR): A Pilot Study of Children and Their Kinship Caregivers

Parental substance use is the second leading cause of foster care placement. As a result, nearly 100,000 Ohio grandparents, family, friends, and neighbors are providing kinship care for children. Kinship caregivers are more likely to be of lower socioeconomic status, report less warmth and respect in their parenting attitudes, and exhibit higher levels of caregiver-child conflict, relative to traditional foster parents. These characteristics, in addition to the trauma associate...

Journey to Better Health

This study is being conducted in 8 rural counties in Alabama and Mississippi (4 per state). Approximately 400 overweight or obese African American women living in the selected counties will participate in a 2-year weight loss study.

The Star Excursion Balance Test: Analysis of Children With Cerebral Palsy

PURPOSE: The investigators estimated the reliability, standard error of measurement (SEM), and minimum detectable change (MDC) of the star excursion balance test (SEBT) in children with cerebral palsy (CP). METHODS: Eight children with CP (four boys and four girls, sixteen legs) participated in this study. Each child carried out the SEBT and was assessed by two examiners. To determine intra-rater reliability, the investigators calculated the intra-class correlation coeff...

Study of the Relative Abuse Potential of Acurox Tablets in Non-Dependent Recreational Opioid Users

The primary objective of this study is to compare the relative abuse potential of two different doses of orally administered Acurox Tablets to orally administered immediate-release (IR) oxycodone HCl tablets in non-dependent recreational opioid users.

Increase HIV Testing Among Truck Drivers and Female Sex Workers in Kenya Through Offering HIV Self-Testing

The study aimed to assess whether advertising the availability of self-administered oral HIV testing kits increases the number of truck drivers and female sex workers who come to the North Star Alliance clinics for HIV testing (Demand creation). The investigators sent text messages to eligible truck drivers and female sex workers registered in the North Star Alliance electronic health record system who, based on those records, were not accessing HIV testing regularly and random...

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