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Facilitating Migraine Medication Adherence and Optimizing Medication Use

The present research will pilot-test a new state-of-the-art Internet-based intervention targeting adherence facilitation and optimization of medication use, and will be evaluated to assess its utility in facilitating adherence and optimization of medication use for acute migraine pharmacotherapy. This is not an interventional study and will instead be an observational assessment of the feasibility of an online program (a proof-of-concept study). The two principal objectives of...

A Comparison Between Internet Therapy and Group Therapy for Social Phobia - A Trial Using Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

Social phobia is one of the most prevalent anxiety disorders in the western world. Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) is the psychological treatment that has the largest empirical support. However, the availability to CBT is very limited in Sweden due to lack of therapists with proper training. Therefore it is important to evaluate alternative forms of treatment that are more time efficient. One of these methods is Internet based self-help therapy, which has proven to be an ef...

Taking Charge of Systemic Sclerosis

This Study is a collaborative project with partners (people with scleroderma and stakeholders) designed to refine an internet program for patients with scleroderma and to compare the internet program to an authoritative educational book (Taking Charge of Systemic Sclerosis [TOSS]). During a 16-week comparative effectiveness 16-week randomized controlled trial, the investigators will recruit up to 250 patients who will be randomized to either TOSS or authoritative book for pati...

Effects of Severe Negative Energy Balance on Inflammation

The effects of prolonged negative energy balance, commonly observed in sustained military training and combat operations, on systemic inflammatory responses has not been determined. To define the putative role of energy balance on inflammation and its downstream effects, we will conduct a controlled laboratory study that simulates extensive physiological stressors to determine if inflammation is exacerbated by underfeeding. This design will test the hypothesis that maintaining ...

Internet Assisted Obesity Treatment

High quality behavioral weight loss programs are not widely accessible. The Internet offers one way to deliver health behavior programs to a wider audience. However, effective weight loss treatments are intensive and program delivery over the Internet may not be capable of duplicating the level of engagement typically generated during traditional in-person treatment. The goal of this study is to test the effectiveness of three weight loss interventions: Internet alone, Inter...

Feasibility and Effectiveness of an Internet-based Intervention to Manage Fatigue in Breast Cancer Survivors

The purpose of this project is to determine the feasibility and effectiveness of a 6-week, internet-based, Energy Conservation and Activity Management intervention among women who report cancer-related fatigue following breast cancer treatment.

Shared Decision Making in Hospitalized AECOPD

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a leading cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide. Patients require good communication with the physician to improve control illness. Shared decision making is a promising opportunity for chronic disease management due to the relative cost, medicine optimization and decreases hospital admissions/re-admissions

FREEDOM - A Frequent Optimization Study Using the QuickOpt Method

The objective of this study is to demonstrate that frequent atrio-ventricular (AV/PV) and inter-ventricular (V-V) delay optimization using QuickOpt in patients with CRT-D device results in improved clinical response over standard of care (i.e. empiric programming or one-time optimization using any non-IEGM optimization methods).

Internet Intervention for Childhood Encopresis

This study will evaluate the effectiveness of an Internet intervention designed to reduce the behaviors and symptoms of pediatric encopresis.

Personalized Dose Optimization of Amikacin Guided by Pharmacokinetic Modeling Software in Patients With Septic Shock

Amikacin dose optimization is challenging in critically ill patients. The use of BestDose software algorithm-based drug optimization could help to achieve the recommended target concentrations (60-80 mg/L) after administration of the second dose of amikacin, associated with improved outcome. The study investigators hypothesize that 80% of patients undergoing drug dosing optimization using the BestDose software in the interventional group will reach the predefined PK/PD targets.

Evaluation of Internet Access and Use in Adolescent Women Initiating Contraception

This purpose of this study is determine whether the use of internet technology to communicate with adolescents about contraception is feasible and to determine whether it is more effective than traditional methods. Study subjects will complete baseline and follow-up surveys at 3, 6, and 12 months about their contraceptive practice and sexual behaviors. Subjects with internet access will be randomized to either completing surveys remotely over the internet through email ...

Intervening in Problematic Internet Use

The present study examines the efficacy of a brief intervention for problematic Internet use based on Motivational Interviewing (MI) and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) in a sample of students screened proactively in vocational schools in Northern Germany. Participants will be randomized in an intervention and a control group. It is hypothesized that after 12 months, participants of the intervention group fulfill less DSM-5 criteria for Internet use disorders, spend less tim...

Selection of Shock Energy in Out-Of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest

Sudden cardiac death is the most frequent cause of death in industrialized countries. The most efficient interventiont in ventricular fibrillation is defibrillation in an appropriate timely manner. But since the intervention of defibrillation the optimal shock energy is unknown. As a too low energy is not able to terminate ventricular fibrillation a too high energy may cause asystole wich jeopardizes survival itself. We study the efficacy of different shock energies on the term...

Nano-Pulse Stimulation (NPS) in Seborrheic Keratosis Optimization Study

Primary study objective is to evaluate the optimization of Nano-Pulse Stimulation (NPS) energy settings for lesion clearance of Seborrheic Keratosis (SKs) from off-facial areas of healthy adults.

Nano-Pulse Stimulation (NPS) in Sebaceous Hyperplasia Optimization Study

Primary study objective is to evaluate the optimization of Nano-Pulse Stimulation (NPS) energy settings for lesion clearance of Sebaceous Hyperplasia (SH) lesions from facial areas of healthy adult subjects.

Improving Decision Making for Patients With Prolonged Mechanical Ventilation

Deciding about prolonged life support for critically ill patients can be very difficult. Therefore, the investigators are doing a study to see if an internet-based decision aid can improve the quality of decision making for substitute decision makers of patients who are in the intensive care unit (ICU).

Viability and Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy

30% of heart failure patients that receive a device for cardiac resynchronization therapy fail to show clinical improvement. The reason for lack of response is still unclear but factors such as scar tissue in the heart musculature, inadequate lead placement, device-settings and the degree of dyssynchrony before implant seems to be important. In this study, these factors are further investigated.

Effect of Ghrelin on Decision-Making

This study evaluates the effect of the "hunger hormone" ghrelin on human decision-making. Participants will be given an injection of ghrelin or saline on different study days and will then be asked to make a series of computer-based decisions. The investigators hypothesize that ghrelin will increase participant's preference for energy-dense foods and will also increase impulsiveness in decision making.

Transcranial Current Stimulation in Patients With Systemic Autoimmune Myopathies

Systemic autoimmune myopathies are a heterogeneous group of rheumatic diseases that primarily affect the skeletal muscles. The transcranial current stimulation technique has been frequent, for example, in patients with ischemic stroke or for the optimization of muscular performance in athletes. However, to date, there are no studies evaluating this technique in patients with systemic autoimmune myopathies. Therefore, the main objective of the present prospective, randomized, do...

Optimization of CRT Using an ECG Vest

Despite advancements in implant technology and various techniques of optimization, there is still around 30% non-responder rate to cardiac resynchronization therapy (CRT). This study will assess the potential benefit of a body surface mapping technology to optimize CRT devices in the chronic sub-optimal responder setting.

Internet-Based Pain Coping Skills Training for Patients With Lupus

This is a pilot study of an automated, internet-based pain coping skills training (PCST) program, PainCOACH.

Regulation of Craving in Internet Gamers

This project aims to investigate (1) the behavioral and neural mechanisms of regulation of craving in Internet gamers; (2) effects of tDCS over the dorsal lateral cortex on craving and regulation of craving in this population. This project will be conducted in Beijing, China, based on a large sample of Internet gamers.

Efficacy of Escitalopram in the Treatment of Internet Addiction

The purpose of this study was to determine whether Lexapro (Escitalopram) is safe and effective in treating problematic internet use.

PhosphoRus, Proton Imaging and Amyloid BuRdEn (PREPARE) ON AMYLOID BURDEN AND COGNITION

Normal cells primarily produce energy with the help of the "mitochondria". These "small organs" are also called the "powerhouses of the cell" turn the sugars, fats and proteins that we eat into forms of chemical energy that the body can use to carry on living. This process is called oxidative phosphorylation. In addition to the help from the mitochondria and oxidative phosphorylation, most cells can produce energy by lactic acid fermentation. This process is less energy efficie...

Internet-Based and Self-Reports in Assessing Diet and Physical Activity Within AARP

This research trial studies how well internet-based and self-report instruments measure food intake and physical activity levels and their relationship with disease within American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) members. Comparing new internet-based questionnaires developed by the National Cancer Institute that report all the foods consumed and activities performed in an entire day to standardized physical measurements may help to determine if the information collected i...

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