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Comparison Between Modified William's Airway and U Shaped Guedl's Airway

This study will compare the efficacy of modified William's airway versus U shaped Guedl's airway in assistant of fiberoptic bronchoscope during endotracheal intubation


Database of Patients Undergoing Cardiac Computed Tomographic Angiography at William Beaumont Hospital (CT DATABASE)

The purpose of the study is to establish an overarching database of information containing historical, demographical, clinical, and intermediate and long-term outcome data from all William Beaumont Hospital (WBH) patients undergoing Cardiac Computed Tomographic Angiography (CCTA) testing for clinical or scientific reasons.

Creating Healthy Work Places (HWP) Study

The health of the public depends upon smoothly functioning physician offices that promote the health of both workers and their patients. This study targets ambulatory health care offices with rapid paced, chaotic environments. Investigators will measure adverse outcomes for providers and staff (e.g., stress and burnout), the impact these have on quality of care for hypertensive, diabetic and depressed patients, and identify areas where practice redesign to create "healthy workp...


Oral Health Care Early Intervention Project

This pilot project consists of co-locating dental hygienist services in medical primary care offices. Dental hygienists will work in close collaboration with the primary care offices, providing preventive dental care to young children either before or after scheduled well-child visits.

ARC -Access to Resources in the Community

Some people living with health problems require extra support to properly manage their conditions, as family doctors are only able to spend limited time in the office with these patients. There are many resources and programs in the community that can provide the necessary time and support for these patients, yet many patients are unaware that such resources exist. Patient navigators have been shown to be useful in helping patients with certain conditions (such as cancer) to ge...

Retrospective Study of Positive Biopsy Specimens on Patients Undergoing a Prostatectomy

This is a review of prostate biopsy specimens which show capsular penetration or positive surgical margins. Patients had surgery performed at William Beaumont Hospital-Royal Oak, Michigan.

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Home Based Environmental Adherence Trial

To conduct a randomized trial in asthmatic children to compare the effectiveness of a home-based allergen control program with a customary educational program delivered in offices

Changing Lifestyles for Better Health

The purpose of this research collaboration between Dr. William Tamborlane, Deputy Directory of the Yale Center for Clinical Investigation (YCCI) and Fair Haven Community Health Center's (FHCHC) Diabetes Prevention Team is to determine the efficacy of an intensive life-style intervention (ILI) program that has been developed and implemented at the FHCHC to prevent the development of diabetes.

Effectiveness of a Vaccination Program in the Community Ob/Gyn Setting

PURPOSE To develop, implement, and evaluate the effectiveness of a program designed to assist community Ob/Gyns in vaccinating adolescent and adult women against vaccine-preventable diseases. SPECIFIC AIMS 1. Determine the feasibility of implementing a successful vaccination program for adolescent and adult women in Ob/Gyn offices by direct assessment of medical personnel & office staff on their: - Attitudes towards vaccination of women again...

Computer Assisted Relaxation Learning for Dental Offices

This is a randomized study in which two groups will be used to compare the effectiveness of a computerized psychological therapy compared to an information only control group (pamphlet) for reducing fear of dental injections.

Improving Contraceptive Care for Women With Medical Conditions

The purpose of this project is to describe how contraceptive services are currently being delivered to women with medical conditions who seek care in community-based primary care settings, such as family medicine and internal medicine clinical offices.

A New APPROACH to HIV Testing: Adaptation of POCT for Pharmacies to Reduce Risk and Optimize Access to Care in HIV

An estimated 21% of Canadians with HIV are unaware of their infection. There is a need to improve access to HIV testing to detect infections earlier so individuals can access care early and take steps to prevent transmission to others. Barriers to HIV testing include limited access or reluctance to go to traditional testing sites (doctor's offices and sexually transmitted infection clinics), and the lengthy wait time to receive test results from standard laboratory-based HIV te...

Development and Evaluation of a Medical Intervention for Early Childhood Caries

This study aimed to evaluate the effect of three forms of continuing medical education (CME) on provision of preventive dental services to Medicaid-enrolled children by medical personnel in primary care physician offices.

PARTNER Recruitment and Brief Intervention Pilot Study

Purpose of the study: This is a pilot randomized controlled trial to identify methods of involving underage youth in interventions to reduce alcohol use through the primary health care system. The trial will compare the effectiveness of using an onsite behavioral health specialist for screening, intervention and referral with basic written information and staff recommendations typically provided in primary care offices.

Evaluating Effective Methods for Referral for Smoking Cessation Counseling and High Blood Pressure Follow-up

Investigators conducted a clinic-based study to determine the magnitude of uncontrolled hypertension and current smoking in eye doctor's offices and sought to determine if referral to care results in actions taken by the patient.

SYMPROVE III: Health Services Research Study for Treatment of the Moderate and Severe Acute Exacerbations of Chronic Bronchitis (AECB)

In this study data of patients with moderate or severe acute exacerbations of chronic bronchitis (AECB) were collected. There were two different cohorts which were compared (Moxifloxacin and other antibiotics) concerning effectiveness and tolerance. It was a prospective study which was accomplished in 100 ambulatory practice offices.

Prevention of Violent Behavior Among Children

Violence is one of the major causes of death and injury for children, adolescents, and young adults 10 to 25 years of age. This study will examine the effectiveness of a violence prevention program in pediatricians’ offices. The program is designed for families who bring their 2 to 11 year old children in for a well child exam. It focuses on helping parents change behaviors related to the development of violent behavior in children.

Comparison of Patient Outcomes Using Different Delivery Models of Anticoagulation Care

Hypothesis: Does the time spent within the target INR range differ when patients are managed by AMD or IT models of anticoagulation care? Experimental Design: The 36-month trial enrolled 192 eligible patients currently receiving chronic warfarin therapy at the William S. Middleton Memorial VA Hospital. Consenting patients are enrolled and randomized to 1 of 2 groups: usual clinic care with face-to-face visits every 4 weeks (AMS model) or clinic visits every 3 months with inte...

Hypertension With Unsatisfactory Sleep Health

Insomnia and hypertension are common health problems that often occur together and influence each other. This practical, low-cost, clinical trial will evaluate two behavioral treatments for insomnia (a brief intervention with therapist contact and a self-guided Internet intervention) compared to usual care. Participants will be recruited using the electronic health record in their primary care physicians' offices, and will be evaluated for sleep, blood pressure, and health outc...

A Phase IV, Open Label, 4-period Cross-over Study to Investigate a Drug Interaction Between Lamivudine and Sorbitol Oral Solutions in Healthy Volunteers

Lamivudine (3TC) is a nucleoside analogue indicated in combination with other antiretroviral agents for the treatment of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1) infection in adults and children. Documented literature elucidates that simultaneous administration of multiple sorbitol-containing products could increase the potential for a significant interaction and may contribute to the lower 3TC exposures. In this study several sorbitol doses (3.2 gram (g), 10.2 g, and 13.4 ...

Trial of Automated Risk Appraisal for Adolescents

This is a study to find out which type of computer screening and nursing support can improve screening for high risk behaviors in doctor's offices. Recommendations call for doctors to screen young people for many different behaviors and feelings such as depression, not wearing seat belts, alcohol and drug use. Doctors rarely have time to complete these screenings. New computers can help ask some of these questions and protect patient information. In addition, nurse telephone ca...

Imiquimod and Actinic Keratoses: an Observational Study

Objective: To show how dermatologists treat actinic keratoses with imiquimod 5% cream in their daily clinical routine. Design: Prospective, non-interventional, observational, multicenter clinical study. Setting: Offices of 93 non hospital based Austrian dermatologists. Participants: Inclusion of the 463 patients into the study was solely based on the treatment decision of the dermatologist and the patients will. Interventions: No specific interventions except suggeste...

Prospective Bone Marrow Biopsy Safety and Efficacy Study

Bone marrow biopsy is a frequently performed procedure to diagnose and evaluate hematologic diseases. It is estimated that over 700,000 bone marrow procedures (BMP's) are performed annually in the U.S. Most of them are performed by practicing hematologists/oncologists in their offices or hospitals. However, a significant number are performed by hematologists-in-training (H-I-T's) in teaching hospitals. However, the incidences of complications associated with bone marrow bio...

Imaging Parameters and DME Treatment Response

Diabetic macular edema (DME) is the most common cause of vision loss in diabetic patients. While anti-VEGF treatments and to a lesser extent corticosteroid and macular photocoagulation have improved outcomes in patients with DME, no single therapy is universally effective and currently there is no a priori means of determine which patients will respond best to any given therapy. The purpose of this study is to determine whether specific parameters of ocular imaging studies incl...

Blood Pressure Measurement: Should Technique Define Targets?

Hypertension is the single most important risk factor for cardiovascular disease and death, yet blood pressure itself is highly influenced by technique and device. Hence, the target blood pressure could vary materially based on BP technique and device used. In the present study, the investigators will compare 4 different methods of measuring blood pressure in the office (casual, resting average of 3 readings with nurse present or absent for resting period, and average of 5 read...


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