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Connected Catheter Clinical Feasibility Study

The objective of this study is to evaluate the safety and essential performance of the Connected Catheter System in males with neurogenic lower urinary tract dysfunction (NLUTD), both in an acute clinical setting, and during and extended period (up to 29 days) of home use.

Move Your Spondyl " Better Live Its Rheumatism With the Physical Activity "

By this project, the investigators are going to try to demonstrate that to use objects connected to make a physical activity can have an impact on the clinical activity of the disease by bringing the subjects which present a spondyloarthritis to make a physical activity. The investigators shall show furthermore, than the use of connected objects also has better chances to glue the patients presenting a spondyloarthritis to a practice of regular physical activity that a simple r...

TRUST-tPA: Therapeutic Trial Evaluating Efficacy of Telemedicine (TELESTROKE) of Patients With Acute Stroke

The objective is to evaluate decision making of i.v. tPA treatment in acute stroke within 3 hours of symptom onset either remotely via videoconferencing system (investigational arm) beginning of treatment on-site and then transfer to stroke unit vs. decision after immediate transfer to stroke unit (usual care arm). Ten remote hospitals are connected to the BICHAT stroke unit. All patients will have stroke unit care at BICHAT hospital. Primary end-point is rankin 0-1 at 3 months...

Use of Smart Glasses for Ultrasound Guided Peripheral Venous Access

Investigators aimed to explore the feasibility of smart glasses connected to a wireless ultrasound transducer for the peripheral venous access. Residents who have basic skills of ultrasound guided procedure participate in the simulation. Each participant plays the following two roles for ultrasound guided peripheral venous access; ultrasound guided peripheral venous access with and without wearing smart glasses. The order of performing two roles is determined by a randomized pr...

Evaluation of Point-of-care Tests for the Diagnosis of Cutaneous Leishmaniasis in Afghanistan

New point-of-care (POC) tests are needed and assessing the performance of these tests for cutaneous leishmaniasis (CL) in Afghanistan may help increasing the number of CL patients with access to accurate diagnosis, and enable prompt treatment. Simpler tests could improve treatment access and benefit patients and communities, by reducing the risk of sequelae and the risk of disease transmission. CLeishPOCAFG aims to advance the diagnosis of CL by using more accurate and field-am...

Connected Ovulation Test Efficacy Study

Clearblue Connected Ovulation Test System (COTS) has been designed for home use by women who are either planning or trying for a pregnancy. This study will determine the difference in pregnancy rate of female volunteers seeking to get pregnant who use COTS in comparison to those not using an ovulation product to assist with conception.

Glucose Time-In-Range Development Evaluation

The study will evaluate patients requiring frequent glucose monitoring in a Surgical ICU. The study population includes surgical critical care patients who require blood glucose monitoring. Subjects must have a vascular access device [i.e., Central Venous Catheters (CVC), Multi-lumen Access Catheters (MAC) either in place or to be placed with an expected usage of at least 48 hours. During Phase One of the trial, patients will be connected to the OptiScanner for up to 72 hours a...

Radiation Oncology Mobile Application

To develop a novel a mobile phone application (available on Android and IOS) for patients receiving radiation treatment for head and neck cancer. Through this application, patients will get access to their treatment calender, through a system connected with Mosiac database, which provides a timely and precise access to their treatments schedule. In addition, patients will be able to report their treatment related toxicity in real time fashion, these symptoms will be addressed ...

Tablet-Enabled Video Telehealth to Enhance Veterans' Access and Care

In order to enhance access to clinical and mental health services for Veterans who have geographic, clinical, or social barriers to in-person care, VA Offices of Connected Care and Rural Health began distributing 5,000 tablets to Veterans with access barriers in 2016. The objective of this Quality Improvement evaluation is to: 1. Understand characteristics of Veterans who received tablets, the frequency and ways in which they used the tablets, and the effects of tablet ...

CardioSecur Connected Electrocardiography in General Care

Heart disease symptoms are a frequent reason of consultation in general medical practice. Only a few general practitioners are equipped with a 12 lead Electrocardiography (ECG) whereas this test is extremely useful for diagnosis orientation in cases of cardiac diseases.Cardiosecur allows the realization of a 15 or 22 leads ECG with only 4 electrodes connected to a smartphone or a tablet with an automatic interpretation function. The goal of the study is to evaluate the diagnost...

Get Connected Efficacy Trial

Get Connected (GC) is an online brief intervention that employs individual and systems-level tailoring technology to reduce barriers to HIV prevention care (e.g., HIV/STI testing, PrEP) for YMSM. The deployment of GC through a mobile-friendly WebApp seeks to optimize online interventions' acceptability, accessibility, availability, long-term affordability among youth. We will enroll 480 self-reported HIV-negative or sero-status unaware, sexually active YMSM (ages 15-24) across ...

Efficacy of Exercise Using Connected Activity Trackers and Therapeutic Education in Localized Breast Cancer

The 3-year DISCO study aims to systematically implement physical activity in breast cancer patients. The primary objective is to investigate the efficacy of a connected device (personalized non-supervised exercise program including a wristband as activity tracker, a smartphone application, and a website) and the efficacy of a therapeutic education program on the physical activity level of patients at the end of the 6-month programs. The research hypothesis is that patients part...

Diabetes Connected Health Study

Currently, diabetic patients who receive their care at the diabetes clinic self monitor their blood glucose using a portable glucometer, under the direction of care providers at the clinic. We propose to conduct a randomized controlled trial to examine the effect of the "Diabetes Connected Health" tool, which is a secure website shared between patients of Type-2 Diabetes and their providers and displays (subjects') blood glucose values in graphical format. The study will be ca...

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...

Rook Epicardial Access Device Study

The purpose of this study is to confirm the efficacy and safety of the Talon Surgical Rook® Epicardial Access Kit as a pericardial access device. The Rook® Epicardial Access Kit will be used to gain access the epicardial surface of the heart via a subxiphoid approach in adult patients with a normal, non-distended pericardial space.

Hypnosis Mask: a New Approach to Management of Pain in Medical Imaging

The prostatic biopsies echo-guided are a painful and stressful. The purpose is to test a new medical device created recently, " Hypnos-Pro ", wich uses connected technologies. This connected device is a mask with diodes coupled with an audio headset and a touch pad. This connected mask is an another option to induce an hypnotic state for our patients. the objective is to value hypnotic mask effectiveness, to reduce the level pain and anxiety for the patients who benefit a prost...

The Boston Scientific ACCESS Trial

The Boston Scientific ACCESS trial seeks to study the safety and to evaluate the success of the Fusion™ Vascular Access Graft for patients in need of early vascular access for hemodialysis.

Performance Assessment of the PMD-200 Under General Anesthesia

A novel measure of nociception is the nociception level (NoL) index. The NoL index ranges from 0 to 100 and is based on a combination of nociception-related physiologic variables, which estimates the nociceptive/antinociceptive state. The purpose of this project is to conduct an observational study of the PMD-200 noninvasive monitor (Medasense Biometrics Ltd., Ramat Gan, Israel), As this is an observational study, this monitor will not be used for clinical decision making, and...

Connected Rehabilitation: an Alternative to Conventional Cardiovascular Rehabilitation?

Cardiovascular rehabilitation (CVR) has major beneficial effects by improving physical capacity, accelerating return to activities and reinsertion and reducing mortality. It associates reconditioning to effort and therapeutic education for the optimal control of " risk factors ". It corresponds to a global approach to patients, thus counterbalancing the tendency to hyperspecialise in medicine. However, because of the lack of specialised centres, only a small proportion of patie...

eHealth Partnered Evaluation Initiative

On October 1, 2016, the VHA Office of Telehealth and the Connected Health Office will merge to create a single entity that will be responsible for the implementation and evaluation of eHealth technologies across the healthcare system. In an effort to successfully fulfill its mission, the new combined Connected Health/Telehealth Office is pledging $1,100,000 for an eHealth Partnered Evaluation Initiative (PEI) to support the further implementation of eHealth technologies across ...

Ellipsys Vascular Access System Registry

Ellipsys Vascular Access System Registry will enroll up to 100 patients to evaluate the use and performance of the Ellipsys Vascular Access System when it is used within its intended use in accordance with standard of care in a clinical setting. The Ellipsys Vascular Access System is intended for use to create an arteriovenous (AV) fistula via percutaneous access.

The Use of Point of Care Ultra Sound for Correct Placement of Central Venous Catheter

Central venous catheter (CVC) is an essential tool in the management of both medical and surgical patients. Establishing venous access is critically important and is sometimes technically challenging. Among the many indications for point of care ultrasound (POCUS), ultrasound-guided venous catheter placement is well described and increasingly used. This study was designed to evaluate the utility of peri procedural transthoracic echocardiography (TTE) as a tool for positioning C...

Evaluation of the eAdjust Application

Despite being effective, the majority of people who would benefit from using hearing aids do not access them. For those who do obtain hearing aids, around 20% do not wear them regularly. People often do not use their hearing aids because they continue to experience difficulties when listening to and understanding speech in noisy situations. Conventional hearing aids must be programmed and adjusted by a trained audiologist with specialist equipment and therefore provide limited...

COBRA-Slim With or Without Fast Access to TNF Blockade for Remission Induction in Early RA

In the Care in Rheumatoid Arthritis (CareRA) trial (NCT01172639) about 70% of early RA patients are in remission at the 2 year evaluation point independent of the combination scheme used. Interesting to see is that the 30% of insufficient responders can be identified in an early stage of the treatment course. The purpose of the present study is to investigate if, for patients with an insufficient response to a COBRA-Slim regimen, accelerated access to a short course of ...

Expanded Access for AG-221

This is an expanded access program (EAP) for eligible participants designed to provide access to AG-221.

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