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Coronary Revascularization Versus Conservative Therapy in Patients With Treated Critical Limb Ischemia

The objective of the INCORPORATE trial is to evaluate whether an intentional invasive strategy with ischemia targeted, reasonably complete coronary revascularization and optimal medical therapy is superior as compared to a primary conservative approach and optimal medical therapy alone in terms of spontaneous myocardial infarct-free and overall survival in patients with severe peripheral artery disease, underwent peripheral artery revascularization due to critical limb ischemia...

Aerobic Exercise and Inhibitory Control

Although more than half of Canadian smokers in 2015 attempted to quit, with one-third attempting more than once, successful smoking cessation (quitting) remains a challenge. Relapse (return to smoking) has been attributed to failures in inhibitory control. Inhibitory control is the ability to suppress actions. Previous studies have identified that aerobic exercise improves inhibitory control and reduces the urge to smoke. This study will examine whether an acute bout of moderat...

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...

Evaluation of the Management of Diabetic Foot Ulcers by Telemedicine on the Number of Hospital Days in Diabetic Patients

The TELEPIED project aims to show that it is possible to reduce the number of hospitalization days of a patient with ulcers of the foot thanks to a new organization of care, based on the intervention of a coordinating nurse interacting with the nurse in charge of the patient thanks to a telemedicine tool allowing the transfer of photos and ensuring itself a regular follow-up of the evolution of the wound and adapting the support nurse to the home if necessary. It is a mo...

Lupron Sex Offender Therapy

This study compared cognitive-behavioral psychotherapy with leuprolide acetate (LA) to cognitive-behavioral psychotherapy with saline injections for 12 months. Five white male pedophiles (M age, 50 years; range, 36-58) volunteered for a two-year study. LA was administered by Depo injection (7 mg initially, then 22.5 mg every 3 mos) for 12 months, followed by saline placebo. Effects of LA on testosterone levels, sexual interest preference by visual reaction time (Abel Assessm...

Evaluation of the Effectiveness and Impact of Community Case Management of Severe Acute Malnutrition

HYPOTHESIS: Investigators hypothesize that by provision of care at household level in a community through lady health workers will as effective (recovery rate, burden of SAM, cost effective, coverage) as through health care providers at facility level. OBJECTIVES 1. To evaluate the effectiveness (rate of recovery, burden & coverage), of SAM standard management of children 06-59 months delivered at household level by first level health care providers (Lady he...

Evaluating the Effectiveness of STRIMVELIS Risk Minimization Measures (RMMs)

STRIMVELIS is a medicinal product developed by GSK that restores adenosine deaminase (ADA) function in hematopoietic cell lineages, thereby preventing impaired immune function. STRIMVELIS is indicated for the treatment of patients with ADA- severe combined immunodeficiency (SCID), for whom suitable human leukocyte antigen (HLA)-matched related stem cell donor is not available. The objective of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness of routine and additional risk minimizati...

Screening for Patients Needing Kidney, Kidney-Pancreas, or Islet-Cell Transplant

Kidney transplantation is the preferred treatment for most end-stage kidney disease. This procedure is limited, however, by two major factors: 1) a shortage of donor organs and 2) organ rejection by the recipient. The National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases is screening patients with kidney failure or diabetes who may be eligible for kidney, kidney and pancreas, or islet cell transplantation. Patients in this screening study are not offered treatment...

Effects of Coordinated Care for Disabled Medicaid Recipients

The purpose of this study is to improve the quality of care for individuals with multiple chronic conditions, health care systems have begun turning to coordinated care. Although coordinated care can refer to many different things, it usually includes activities such as assessing patients' needs, referring them to the right doctors, helping them make and keep appointments, and helping them comply with medical or dietary recommendations. To understand the effects of coordinated ...

A Study of the Safety and Effectiveness of Treating Advanced AIDS Patients Between Ages 4 and 22 With 7 Drugs, Some at Higher Than Usual Doses

The purpose of this study is to see if 7 drugs, some of them given at higher doses than normal, are safe and tolerated by young patients with AIDS who have failed to respond to other treatments. The study will also see what effect taking several anti-HIV drugs together at high doses has on the body's ability to fight HIV infection. The 7 drugs that will be given in this study are stavudine (d4T), didanosine (ddI), lamivudine (3TC), nelfinavir (NFV), ritonavir (RTV), saquinavir ...

Effects on the Immune System of Anti-HIV Drugs in Patients Recently Infected With HIV

The purpose of this study is to find out whether these powerful combinations of anti-HIV drugs are safe and effective for use in patients in the early stages of HIV infection and to find out how patients' immune systems react to HIV and anti-HIV drugs. Doctors generally treat patients in the early stages of HIV infection with the same anti-HIV drugs taken by patients who have had HIV for a long time. These drugs lower the level of HIV in the blood. However, doctors do not know...

Evaluation of Patients With Blood Disorders

The Hematology Service provides hematology consultations for patients at the Clinical Center and participates in the training of hematology fellows. Patients with a broad range of hematologic disorders must be available in order for the senior staff of the Service to maintain clinical expertise and to provide the breadth of experience necessary for the fellowship program. The purpose of this protocol is to meet these needs by allowing the Hematology Service to see patients wi...

Computer Program in Improving Communication Between Doctors and Patients With Stage IV Cancer

RATIONALE: A computer program and education materials may help improve the ability of doctors to communicate with patients. PURPOSE: This randomized clinical trial is studying how well a computer program together with education materials works in improving communication between doctors and patients with stage IV cancer.

Treatment for Nicotine Addiction in Women

The purpose of this study is to use a medication tolcapone and or placebo to test if the symptoms of nicotine withdrawal lessens , and or changes in smoking urges, and mental reasoning in female smokers over a 72 hour period.

Drug Facts Page or a Short Drug Summary in Helping Patients and Doctors Understand Medical Information

RATIONALE: The way in which information about a drug is provided may affect the ability of patients and doctors to understand how a drug works and the side effects of the drug. PURPOSE: This randomized trial is studying how well a drug facts page works compared with a standard brief summary in helping patients and doctors understand medical information.

Rituximab to Treat Moderate Aplastic Anemia, Pure Red Cell Aplasia, or Diamond Blackfan Anemia

This study will test whether the immune-suppressing drug rituximab can increase blood counts and reduce the need for transfusions in patients with moderate aplastic anemia, pure red cell aplasia, or Diamond Blackfan anemia. These are rare and serious blood disorders in which the immune system turns against bone marrow cells, causing the bone marrow to stop producing red blood cells in patients with pure red cell aplasia and Diamond Blackfan anemia, and red blood cells, white bl...

Occupational Distress in Doctors: The Effect of an Induction Programme

Background: Over 39% of approximately 3,000 doctors (The British Medical Association quarterly survey, 2015) admitted to frequently feeling drained, exhausted, overloaded, tired, low and lacking energy. Such occupational distress may link to psychological and physical difficulties in doctors and have negative outcomes for organization and patients. The aim of the current study is to investigate the impact of an induction programme on occupational distress of doctors. Met...

Peer Delivery of HIV Self Test to Improve Linkage to HIV Prevention

Hypothesis: HIV-Self-Test (HIV-ST) will allow peers or peer-networks to effectively and efficiently link older adolescent girls and young women into HIV prevention and care services. Design: A cluster randomized control trial comparing two models of peer delivery of HIV-ST, through incentivized respondent driven peer networks and direct distribution by peer navigators compared to standard of care (referral to HIV testing, prevention and care services by peer navigators) ...

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Trial of Aripiprazole in Trichotillomania

No medication has been reliably shown to benefit those suffering from trichotillomania (compulsive hair pulling). The current study proposes to evaluate the effectiveness of the medication aripiprazole for treatment of trichotillomania (TTM). Patients will take a gradually increased dose of the medication in an open-label study to see whether it relieves hair-pulling urges, decreases hair pulling behavior and is well tolerated.

Diagnostic Criteria in the Diagnosis of Spinal Spondyloarthropathies in Patients With Chronic Low Back Pain (Study P05320)(COMPLETED)

This is a multi-national, multi-site, observational study to determine which of two strategies, when used by referring physicians is superior in the diagnosis of axial spondyloarthritis (AS) by rheumatologists.

Studying Fentanyl in Patients With Cancer

RATIONALE: Studying blood samples from cancer patients undergoing pain treatment in the laboratory may help doctors learn more about how pain drugs work in the body. It may also help doctors predict how patients will respond to treatment. PURPOSE: This research study is looking at fentanyl in patients with cancer.

Computer-Based Continuing Education for Doctors in Examination and Counseling of Patients on Skin Cancer or Weight Control

RATIONALE: Computer-based continuing education courses may be effective in improving the skills of primary care doctors to identify skin cancer risk factors, perform skin cancer exams, and counsel patients. They may also improve the skills of primary care doctors to assess and counsel patients on their weight, diet, and physical activity. PURPOSE: This randomized clinical trial is studying how well computer-based continuing education courses work in improving doctors' ability ...

Outcome of Patients With Lung Masses Who Are Treated With Radiofrequency Ablation (RFA)

We are collecting clinical notes and results of imaging studies (CT and PET scans) from referring physicians who follow the clinical status of patients treated with radiofrequency ablation (RFA). The research objective is to determine whether the patients with (RFA) remain alive, and whether they are in remission or have progressive/ recurrent malignancy

Study of Specimens From Young Patients With Neuroblastoma

RATIONALE: Studying the genes expressed in specimens from patients with cancer may help doctors identify biomarkers related to cancer. It may also help doctors predict how patients will respond to treatment. PURPOSE: This research study is looking at specimens from young patients with neuroblastoma.

Radiation Biodosimetry in Patients Treated With Total Body Irradiation (TBI)

The purpose of this study is to develop blood tests and urine tests that can tell doctors how much radiation a person has been exposed to. Doctors know how much radiation patients are exposed to in certain medical situations. An example of this would be radiation treatment for cancer. Radiation treatment machines are programmed to give exact doses of radiation.

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