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08:21 EST 17th November 2018 | BioPortfolio

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Observational Study of Ostomy Consumers

The purpose of this study is to gather data over a 2-year period on people living with an ostomy. Research participants will be asked to self-report on the ostomy pouching systems they typically use and other various aspects of living with an ostomy.


Needle-Aspirated Compression Dressing Following Ostomy Reversal

Negative pressure wound dressings have been studied and shown to have applications in decreasing rates of surgical wound infections. This study studies the effect of a low cost needle-aspirated negative pressure compression dressing on rates of wound infection at prior ostomy site in patients undergoing ostomy reversal surgery.

Does Use of a Wound After-care Summary Improve Patient Satisfaction and Time to Wound Healing?

The purpose of this research study is to evaluate a patient education program for chronic wound care. The wound care nurse practitioner (NP) at the Ann Arbor VAMC will use a wound self-management "after-care summary" with approximately half of her patients. This study will examine whether using this patient education tool for self-management of wound care results in improved patient outcomes.


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Ostomy Telehealth For Cancer Survivors

The purpose of this study is to test the benefits of an educational program, the Ostomy Self-Management Training (OSMT) program, for improving patient activation (preparedness to do self-care), self-efficacy (patients' ability to do self-care), knowledge of ostomy/urostomy self-care, quality of life, mood, use of medical services, and financial burden in patients with ostomies. The study will compare patients in the intervention (training) group and patients in the usual care g...

The Effect of Patient Optimism & Pessimism on Recovery From Elective Cardiac Surgery

Before a heart operation, patient outlook may be either pessimistic or optimistic. Previous research on this topic has focused on patient reported quality of life but has never examined measurable clinical outcomes such as length of hospital stay.This pilot study hopes to establish whether patient outlook (optimistic or pessimistic) before a heart operation can influence recovery and length of hospital stay. If there is a difference, then a case can be made for providing psycho...

Assessment of New Ostomy Devices in Subjects Having an Ileostomy

The study investigates the performance of three new adhesives with regard to leakage and the skin condition.

A Randomized Trial of Inpatient Stoma-Nurse Teaching Versus Stoma Teaching Video Combined With Inpatient Stoma-Nurse Teaching

Adult patients without prior history of ostomy, undergoing elective surgery involving a new ileostomy or colostomy will be randomized to receive standard ostomy nurse teaching or ostomy nurse teaching combined with preoperative and postoperative stoma care teaching video. Post operative outcomes including delay in discharge and stoma-related complications will be tracked.

Use of 3M Cavilon Advanced Skin Protectant in the Management of Damaged Skin Around an Ostomy, Drain or Fistula

The objective of this pilot study is to evaluate the feasibility, safety and efficacy of 3M™ Cavilon™ Advanced Skin Protectant when used in the management of damaged skin exposed to caustic body fluids from an ostomy, drain site or fistula.

Rationale for New Topical Anthroponotic Cutaneous Leishmaniasis (ACL) Treatment in Kabul

The aim of the randomized double blind trial with 134 patients presenting old world cutaneous leishmaniasis is: - to evaluate the clinical efficacy of electro-thermo-cauterisation (ETC) followed by moist wound treatment versus ETC followed by moist wound treatment plus 0.05 % pharmaceutical chlorite that has been used in three European countries (Germany, Austria and Switzerland) in wound care management for more than 20 years; - to judge whether ea...

Combining Ostom-I With Abstats Sensors to Improve Prediction of Ostomy Output

Currently, the number of patients having either permanent or temporary stomas placed is increasing each year. Yet, patients with ostomy pouches often struggle with predicting when stool output will occur and how to plan around dynamic changes in intestinal activity. Ostom-I provides a real-time assessment of the volume in the ostomy bag, it does not predict when and how fast such output will occur. In this pilot study the investigators aim to gather normative AbStats and Ostom-...

Rationales for Wound Care Management in Old World Cutaneous Leishmaniasis Patients

The rationales of a clinical trial comparing intralesional antimonial therapy versus wound care management in patients with old world cutaneous leishmaniasis (OWCL) are the following: 1. The effectiveness of the current mainstay treatment with intralesional antimonials for CL is subject to discussion, especially in L. major lesions which are predominant in Northern Afghanistan 2. The importance of wound care management in patients with OWCL has been emphasized b...

Outlook: An Intervention to Improve Quality of Life in Serious Illness

This study will demonstrate whether an end-of-life preparation and completion intervention reduces anxiety, depression, pain and other symptoms and improves functional status, spiritual well-being, and quality of life. If effective, the intervention offers a brief, inexpensive, and transportable non-physician treatment method for improving the experience of individuals in the latter stages of life-limiting illness.

Assessment of the Performance of a New Ostomy Device in Subjects Having an Ileostomy

The purpose was to investigate the performance of a new ostomy device measured with a measuring device.

Obtaining and Storing Standard of Care Wound Biopsies for Immediate or Future Wound-Related Scientific Study

The objective of this study protocol is to use wound biopsies that have been obtained during standard of care management for further scientific evaluation after standard evaluation by a pathologist. Further imaging and molecular analyses would closely evaluate the presence, architecture, and interaction of wound biofilm and human host tissues.

Pain Medicine for Wound Care Procedures

This is a randomized double-blind study to determine if the administration of a small-dose of ketamine (an anesthetic)added to morphine (an opioid) contributes to reducing pain intensity during open wound care procedure (WCP)in patients who have had a traumatic injury and are in an Intensive Care Unit. Patients will be randomized to receive morphine plus saline (a placebo) or morphine plus ketamine before the WCP. The second time the patient is scheduled for WCP (no less than 2...

Evaluation of Wound Biofilm in Acute and Chronic Wounds

Patients who present to a wound care center for management of their wounds will be evaluated clinically to establish if their wounds are chronic or acute. These patients will undergo standard of care management of their wounds. If debridement is indicated for the patient, the patient will be asked to participate in a study. Once the standard of care debridement is complete, the material debrided from the wound, instead of being discarded into a biohazard bag, will be prepare...

Prospective, Multicenter, Randomized Controlled Study to Evaluate the Effect of INTERCEED™

This is a prospective, randomized controlled study. The study population will include 220 subjects scheduled to undergo laparoscopic radical resection of rectal carcinoma with preventive ileostomy (Phase 1 operation). During the Phase 1 operation, when the definite decision to create a temporary ostomy is made, patients will be randomized in 1:1 ratio to either the treatment arm (INTERCEED™) or the control arm (standard of care treatment: no adhesion barrier, no placebo). In...

Effects of Transtheoretical Model-based Intervention on the Self-management of Patients With an Ostomy

Colorectal cancer (CRC) is one of the most commonly diagnosed cancers worldwide. The main treatment approach is radical surgery, and the auxiliary treatment may be chemotherapy, radiotherapy, immunotherapy and other supportive therapies, which can increase the resection rate, reduce the recurrence rate, and improve the survival rate. Abdominoperineal resection with an ostomy and the formation of a permanent ostomy continue to be the primary and radical surgical approaches for m...

The Role of VAC Therapy Devices in Promoting Closure of Enterocutaneous Fistulae

This study hopes to determine if a negative pressure dressing is superior to a traditional dressing for speeding fistula closure after laparotomy. This study has a broad variety of implications. Patient safety is a paramount concern: Investigors hope to identify a superior method of wound management which minimizes risk for skin breakdown, sepsis, and morbidity. In addition, patient satisfaction would be improved with a method for faster wound healing. Finally,implications exi...

PuraPly™ Antimicrobial Wound Matrix and Wound Management

The PuraPly Antimicrobial Wound Matrix (PuraPly AM) case series is a prospective, observational study for patients who have received PuraPly AM which consists of a collagen sheet coated with polyhexamethylenbiguanide hydrochloride (PHMB) and is intended for the management of wounds; no experimental intervention is involved.

MIST Therapy's End-Stage Renal Disease Patients Presenting Wounds

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness of MIST Therapy in combination with standard of care (SOC) compared to SOC alone on reducing the bacteria in your wound and preparing the wound bed for surgical closure in patients who are diagnosed with end-stage renal disease (ESRD) and have chronic, non-healing wounds. The MIST Therapy System delivers therapeutic ultrasound to the wound bed without direct contact. Saline solution is converted into fine particles and...

The Effects of Educational Program Using APP on Pre-Discharge Knowledge, Skills and Anxiety of Wound Care

The purposes of this study were to understand the effects of mhealth App on wound care knowledge, wound care skills, and anxiety related to dressing change when compared to traditional health education before patients discharged from hospital.

Prevena Incision Management System Wound Care

Comparison of ventral hernia repair using standard wound care versus Prevena.

Ischemic Foot Ulcers: Is Intervention Better Than Wound Care Alone

You are being asked to take part in this study because your doctor has determined that you have an ischemic foot ulcer. This research study will compare two approved standard of care treatment modalities for the management of ischemic foot ulcers. The ischemic foot ulcer (wound) on your foot is a result of a blocked artery in your leg. The wound can sometimes be healed with wound care alone, which includes dressing changes with creams and removing (debriding) the dead tissue....

Study to Determine the Utility of Wound Vacuum Assisted Closure (VAC) Compared to Conventional Saline Dressing Changes

The purpose of this study is to look at the use of the wound vacuum assisted closure (VAC) versus standard wet to dry dressing in treating lower leg fasciotomies.


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