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Mount Sinai Palliative Care at Home for Dementia

The proposed project is a randomized controlled trial of a new home-based palliative care program for adults with advanced dementia and their caregivers within the Mount Sinai Health System. Potential subjects will be identified from Mount Sinai records or referred by a Mount Sinai healthcare provider. Patients will only be approached after authorization by their Mount Sinai physician. Participants who consent to enrollment will be randomized to receive the intervention (home-b...

Trial of Mount Sinai Palliative Care at Home

The proposed project is a randomized controlled trial of a new home-based palliative care program for adults with serious illness and their caregivers within the Mount Sinai Health System. Potential subjects will be identified from Mount Sinai records or referred by a Mount Sinai healthcare provider. Patients will only be approached after authorization by their Mount Sinai physician. Participants who consent to enrollment will be randomized to receive the intervention (home-bas...

Platelet Sub-study of the TWILIGHT Trial

TWILIGHT study is a multicenter RCT comparing treatment with ticagrelor alone versus ticagrelor plus aspirin in high-risk patients after PCI. All patients will receive DAPT (ticagrelor plus aspirin) for the initial 3 months post-PCI and then be randomized to either Ticagrelor alone OR Ticagrelor plus Aspirin DAPT. To investigate the pharmacodynamic effects of the two treatments in this trial, a 'Platelet Sub-study' will be conducted only at the Mount Sinai Medical Center. The ...


Evaluation of an EEG Based Concussion System

This study will evaluate the accuracy of a new concussion system at detecting concussions. The investigators will be evaluating the degree to which data collected with the device agrees with a physician's determination of a concussion. The system captures an electroencephalograph (EEG) potential when a light is flashed into the eyes of an individual. The device is not FDA approved, but it is a non-significant risk device. The device is a non-invasive, non-interventional sensor....

Gut Microbiota in Patients With HCC

Background: The human gut microbiota consists of approximately 100 trillion microbial cells whose disruption leads to many diseases including inflammatory bowel disease and colorectal cancer to name a few. Recent studies have shown that cancer patients have an altered gut microbiota when compared to healthy controls. Intestinal microbiota have been proposed to contribute to the start and progression of a number of liver diseases, such as alcoholic liver disease (ALD), no...

Using Virtual Reality (VR) Models for Preoperative Planning - Mount Sinai

A prospective, randomized, controlled study designed to assess whether digital virtual reality (VR) models, created from existing CT scans and MRIs, provide surgeons with an improved understanding of their patients' anatomy, resulting in more efficient operations (robotic partial nephrectomy) and improved patient care.

A Phase 2 Clinical Trial of the Effectiveness of IRX-2 in Treating Patients With Operable Head and Neck Cancer

IRX-2 is designed to activate your own body's immune system so that it can better fight the invasion of head and neck cancer. Researchers hope that IRX-2 will help your immune system to mount a more effective attack on the cancer. IRX-2 has been tested in two clinical studies involving over 50 patients with head and neck cancer. The trials were specifically designed to test the safety of IRX-2. Researchers found that IRX-2 did not appear to have major side effects. In both...

Propranolol Versus Placebo for Induction of Labor in Nulliparous Patients

A randomized, prospective trial will be offered to women admitted to the labor floors at Mount Sinai Medical Center for labor induction.

Effects of Mouth-opening Training on the Maximum Interincisal Opening

PURPOSE:The purpose of the study was to investigate the effect of mouth-opening training with follow-up telephone calls for reducing postoperative trismus in patients with oral cancer. METHODS:The study is a randomized clinical trial using repeated measures. Sixty-eight patients admitted at a general hospital in Taiwan for oral cancer surgery were recruited and randomly assigned to either the intervention or control group. All subjects were instructed to practice mouth-opening...

Behavioral Intervention For BMT/SCT Survivors

The purpose of this study is to understand how to help survivors of bone marrow transplant and stem cell transplant (BMT/SCT) with emotional distress. BMT/SCT has become a more common type of treatment for cancer or hematological disorder (blood disease). For this reason, there is concern that adjustment after treatment may be difficult for many persons. We have found that about 25% of BMT/SCT survivors still feel anxious and distressed about their illness and its treatment aft...

Family Nurture Intervention in the NICU: Sinai West

The purpose of this research is to study the effectiveness of Family Nurture Intervention (FNI) in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Mount Sinai West Hospital (formerly known as Mount Sinai Roosevelt Hospital (MSRH). FNI facilitates mother-infant interactions that are vital to development. These interactions include early and repeated mother/infant calming interactions, such as interactive touch with vocal soothing, repeated reciprocal olfactory exposure, and family pr...

Sinai Vein Stent Registry

The Sinai Vein Stent Registry aims to establish and maintain a registry of patients who have undergone a vein stent placement procedure at The Mount Sinai Medical Center. The purpose of this study is to monitor and evaluate the long-term outcomes of venous stents placed to treat venous outflow obstruction. Outcome variables that will be assessed are: patency rate, reintervention rate, occurrence of any complications, clinical improvement, and quality of life. Venous outflow obs...

Programmed Intermittent Epidural Bolus for Labor Analgesia During First Stage of Labor: A Sequential Allocation Trial to Determine the Optimum Interval Time Between Boluses of a Fixed Volume of 2.5ml of Bupivacaine 0.25% Plus Fentanyl 8 mcg/ml

Programmed intermittent epidural bolus (PIEB) is a technique of epidural analgesia in which boluses of local anesthetic solutions are injected into the epidural space at a fixed time interval. Despite the increasingly popular use of PIEB for labor analgesia, the optimum regimen of drug delivery has yet to be determined. The outcomes of a chosen regimen will depend on the local anesthetic solution used (drug, concentration and mass) and the parameters established for the PIEB, t...

Accelerated Recovery Pathway for Discharge After Surgery in Patients With Pancreatic Cancer

This randomized clinical trial studies accelerated recovery pathway for discharge after surgery in patients with pancreatic cancer. A standardized accelerated recovery pathway may improve outcomes after surgery following complex abdominal operations resulting in a shorter length of stay in patients with pancreatic cancer. It may also help patients to mobilize more quickly and return to the home setting, decrease hospital-acquired infectious complications, and increase potential...

New York City Mobile Interventional Stroke Team

Endovascular treatment has recently become the recommended therapy for acute stroke after the publication of five randomized trials (MR CLEAN1, ESCAPE2, EXTEND IA3, SWIFT PRIME4, REVASCAT5) in 2015 that demonstrate its efficacy. Hospitals need to adapt to these updated stroke care guidelines, and many hospitals are not appropriately equipped for neurointerventional procedures. Decreased time to treatment is associated with favorable clinical outcomes, and best practices to opti...

Eliminating Hepatitis C Virus

Initially, HCV Informatics (C-IT) will be used to filter the EMR data of the one million people who receive care at Mount Sinai and identify candidates for HCV testing (baby boomers, patients with HIV infection) and candidates for HCV treatment (patients with positive test results for HCV RNA and no record of treatment).once treatment candidates have been identified through this proactive approach, their providers will be directly notified. HCV champions and patient navigators ...

Fluorouracil, Hydroxyurea, Cetuximab and Twice-Daily Intensity Radiation Therapy for Advanced Head and Neck Cancer

For advanced head and neck cancer, combined radiation and chemotherapy prevents recurrences and for many patients, improves survival. While combined cisplatin and radiation or cetuximab and radiation is more effective than radiation alone, approximately 50% of these patients will still recur. A more aggressive approach may be needed for these patients to prevent recurrence and death. The strategy of using multiple chemotherapy drugs with radiation given twice a day has been ...

Genetic Variants in Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide (NAD) Synthesis Pathway

Researchers are trying to identify versions of genes as well as factors in subjects blood associated with certain types of congenital malformations(CMs). This study will help the researchers to better understand family traits that contribute to CMs.

Safety and Effectiveness of a Laboratory Intervention to Effectively NOT Treat Asymptomatic Bacteriuria

This is an observational cohort study of 1000 consecutive patients on medical and surgical wards at the Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto who have a mid-stream urine culture ordered. When these cultures are ordered or received in the laboratory, a message is posted that the specimen will not be processed in the laboratory unless a call is received to say that the patient has local urinary symptoms. The goal is to establish whether not processing mid-stream urine cultures is safe.

Carbetocin at Elective Cesarean Deliveries: A Dose-finding Study in Women With BMI ≥ 40kg/m2

Postpartum hemorrhage (PPH) due to uterine atony is a major cause of maternal morbidity and mortality. Carbetocin is a uterotonic with a superior pharmacokinetic profile to oxytocin. In a study performed at Mount Sinai Hospital, the investigators have shown that smaller doses of carbetocin (14.8 mcg) are as effective in achieving adequate uterine tone at elective cesarean section compared to the current recommended dose of 100mcg. However, this study was limited to those women ...

The LEARNING WISDOM Phase II Scale up Project

Inspired by the Acute Care for Elders program at Mount Sinai Hospital, this study aims to improve care for elderly patients in four hospitals of Chaudière-Appalaches. Focusing on improving transitions between hospital and the community, this project will help professionals to adapt best practices to local context in transition of care for the elderly.

Proteus Discover in Subjects With Uncontrolled Hypertension and Type 2 Diabetes

The purpose of this study was to evaluate the efficacy of a new digital health offering, Proteus Discover to lower blood pressure and glycated hemoglobin in patients with uncontrolled hypertension and type 2 diabetes.

WTC Chest CT Imaging Archive

Dr. Rafael E de la Hoz and colleagues have performed standardized and computer-assisted readings of all chest CT scans received by WTC workers and volunteers at the Mount Sinai Medical Center between 2003 and 2016. The clinical team sought to assess all findings suggestive of airway, interstitial, and neoplastic disease in a systematic way, and correlate those findings with clinical, functional, and exposure indicators. The study team's research will also involve analyses of lo...

Pericardial Resection to Treat Heart Failure

The researchers are doing this study to find out whether there will be less increase in cardiac filling pressure after the surgeon opens the pericardium (the membrane around the heart) than when the pericardium is intact. The researchers want to see whether opening the pericardium is an effective way to reduce the blood filling pressures in the heart.

Cost-utility of Ambulatory Surgery in the Management of Endometrial Cancer(AMBU-ENDO)

To date, cost-utility, safety, and feasibility of ambulatory surgery versus traditional pathway in the management of endometrial cancer have never been prospectively assessed. The investigators hypothesize that ambulatory surgery versus standard pathway in the management of endometrial cancer is both safe, feasible and may impact on patient health-related quality of life. The main objective of the study is to assess the cost-utility of ambulatory surgery versus standard...

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