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Use of a Lifeline Graft in the A-V Shunt Model

This study will assess the safety and efficacy of a completely autologous and completely biological tissue engineered blood vessel (TEBV) called Lifeline™ used as an arteriovenous fistula for dialysis access.

The OPT-IN Project

Prescription opioid overdose represents a public health crisis. A number of efforts have been implemented to address opioid prescribing and opioid risk mitigation strategies for prescribers, but relatively few efforts have sought to address this problem directly with individuals who use opioids. This gap likely fails to fully address the inherent reinforcing nature of the medications that make it challenging to reduce use. The specific aim of this study is to pilot test a tool...


Does IV Acetaminophen Reduce Opioid Requirement in Pediatric Emergency Department Patients With Acute Sickle Cell Crises?

The purpose of this study is to determine whether IV acetaminophen can decrease the need for subsequent opioid administration in the acute management of sickle cell crisis pain in the pediatric emergency room.

Single-rescuer Pediatric Resuscitation

The objective of this pilot study was to compare the manual chest compressions (CC) versus CC feedback device TrueCPR vs mechanical CC device LifeLine ARM during simulated pediatric cardiopulmonary resuscitation

Economic Crisis and Adherence to the Mediterranean Diet (CASSIOPEA)

The socioeconomic gradient in health is well known and is partially explained by differences in health-related behaviours across socioeconomic groups. There is reason to believe that the current economic crisis has been contributing to the observed rapid decrease in the adherence to the Mediterranean diet, thus reducing a protective factor against the development of major chronic diseases. This project aims at investigating whether the economic crisis could account for the shif...

Evaluation of the Philips Lifeline CareSage Risk Assessment System

This study is being done to evaluate the impact of a system called CareSage. The CareSage system is a technology that uses clinical data to monitor, identify and target care to patients at risk of being transported to the hospital. The investigators want to see whether the CareSage system is effective in helping to identify hospital admissions which can be prevented.

Opioid Use, Storage, and Disposal Among Pediatric Patients After Surgery

Opioids are an important component of post-operative pain management among children, but are often prescribed in excess and rarely disposed of appropriately. The lack of prompt and proper opioid disposal after recovery from surgery is contributing to the opioid crisis in Ohio by placing children at risk of accidental ingestion of opioids remaining in the home and allowing for unused opioids to be diverted for non-medical use. The investigators propose to reduce the burden of th...

Opioid Physiology Project

The current project seeks to explore the use of emergent biosensor technology to detect opioid use. The investigators goal is to recruit 60 opioid naïve patients presenting at the College of Dentistry at UTHSC. Candidate participants must be scheduled for an upcoming dental procedure that will involve subsequent pain management using oral opioid medication. Participants will be consented prior to any study procedures. All participant information from this study will be kept st...

Improving Office Based Treatment of Opioid Use Disorder With Technology

The goal of this study is to evaluate whether using a novel drug-device combination to deliver buprenorphine/naloxone (B/N) to patients in office-based treatment for Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) is an effective way to improve compliance and treatment outcomes. The system introduces psychological and behavioral supports in addition to securing the medication between doses.

Caffeine and Neurologic Recovery Following Surgery and General Anesthesia

The ongoing opioid epidemic is a public health crisis, and surgical patients are particularly vulnerable to opioid-dependency and related risks. Emerging data suggest that caffeine may reduce pain after surgery. Thus, the purpose of this study is to test whether caffeine reduces pain and opioid requirements after surgery. The investigators will also test whether caffeine improves mood and brain function (e.g., learning, memory) after surgery.

Outcome of Crisis Intervention for Subjects With Borderline Personality Disorder or Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Dr. Laddis will test a hypothesis about the nature and the management of behavioral crises in patients with borderline personality disorder (BPD) or post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The term "behavioral crisis" is used strictly for periods of uncontrollable urges to repeat mental or outward activity, e.g., flashbacks, cutting, binging on food, drugs or sex, with no intervals to rethink one's priorities or to consider others' direction. The clinical hypothesis states, in ...

Improving Communication in the PICU: The Navigate Study

The project seeks to study the use of an navigator-based intervention called "PICU Supports." The study will test the impact of PICU Supports during and after PICU discharge on parent outcomes (satisfaction with decision making, decision regret, anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress, health-related quality of life, and complicated bereavement) and on parent and healthcare team member assessments of communication and team collaboration.

PCORnet Opioid Surveillance Study

The overarching objective of this project is to demonstrate and assess the feasibility of using the Patient Centered Outcomes Research Network (PCORnet) Common Data Model for opioid surveillance to complement existing and support future initiatives. This project will characterize risk factors, processes, and outcomes related to opioid use, misuse, and abuse. It will quantify the utility of data stored in the PCORnet Common Data Model format stewarded by healthcare organizations...

Study to Investigate Adrenal Crisis (Six-year Follow-up)

Patients with adrenal insufficiency are at risk to suffer from life threatening adrenal crisis. The aim of this trial was to reevaluate the frequency of adrenal crisis and risk factors for crisis within a prospective study (six-years follow-up of a former prospective study).

European CML Blast Crisis Register

Multicentric prospective and retrospective register collecting patient with CML blast crisis diagnosed in Germany and Europe

Development of a Risk Prediction Screening Tool for Opioid-Prescription Injury (STOP Injury) in Older Adults Initiated on Opioids From the Emergency Department

The long-term goal of this project is to promote responsible opioid prescribing, immediately improving patient safety and ultimately decreasing healthcare costs by reducing older adult morbidity and mortality due to opioid-related injury. The objective of this pilot project is to gather data to inform the development of the STOP Injury tool and evaluate additional predictive factors and important outcomes relevant to prescription opioids.

Post-op Crowd Sourcing Health Data Via Text-messaging

The Center for Disease Control has labeled the opioid prescription drug crisis an "epidemic" in the United States and recently this epidemic has been named a public health emergency. Various medical and surgical societies have begun to release general opioid prescribing guidelines for providers addressing acute pain, but these do not highlight the patient perspective or experience. Identifying an acceptable opioid dose and duration has remained a challenge and is a nuanced proc...

Influence of Opioid Use on the Effects of Spinal Manipulative Therapy for Low Back Pain

This project is a supplement to the parent project (UH3AT009293) entitled "Optimization of Spinal Manipulative Therapy (SMT) Protocols". The goal of the parent project is to examine strategies to optimize SMT treatment protocols for patients with low back pain (LBP). The parent project is investigating mechanistic and clinical outcomes of SMT combined with varying co-interventions. This supplemental project will examine the impact of opioid use on these outcomes.

Opioid Use in Shoulder Arthroplasty Patients: A Stratification and Algorithm

The investigators aim to better understand opioid use in patients undergoing elective shoulder surgery. The investigators will prospectively determine actual postoperative opioid use, while evaluating whether implementation of an educational session with pain contract would help minimize opioid use.

Reduced Opioid Analgesic Requirements Via Improved Endogenous Opioid Function

Chronic Pain (CP) management has increasingly utilized long-term opioid analgesic therapy, a change associated with increased opioid abuse (via greater exposure in vulnerable individuals), non-pain health consequences (hormone changes, falls), and a dramatic rise in opioid-related overdoses and deaths. Treatment strategies that minimize the need for chronic high-dose opioids are sorely needed. This project will test the novel hypothesis that effective pain relief can be achie...

Study of GMI-1070 for the Treatment of Sickle Cell Pain Crisis

GMI-1070 is a new drug that may reduce the stickiness of cells in the blood. The purpose of this study is to evaluate whether GMI-1070 can reduce the time it takes for pain to go away in patients with vaso-occlusive crisis (also known as a sickle cell pain crisis). The study will also collect information on the safety of GMI-1070, how much of the drug is in the blood and urine, and if there are any other effects when used in patients who are in the hospital for a sickle cell p...

Effect of Virtual Reality Technology for Pain Management of Vaso-Occlusive Crisis in Patients With Sickle Cell Disease

Acute vaso-occlusive crisis (VOC) is the most common complication in patients with sickle cell disease (SCD) and pain related to VOC is often inadequately treated. This is a phase II randomized controlled clinical trial evaluating the efficacy of virtual reality technology when added to standard pain management for patients with sickle cell disease who are experiencing acute pain crisis in the ambulatory care setting. Patients will be randomized to receive either standard manag...

Crisis Resource Management Improvement Through Intellectual Questioning of Authority

This is a randomized controlled trial examining the effectiveness of a teaching intervention on residents' and medical students' ability to challenge clearly wrong decisions by a superior during a simulated life-threatening crisis. Participants will be randomly allocated into the control or intervention arm. The intervention arm will receive education on crisis resource management (CRM) and teaching targeting the cognitive skills required to monitor and challenge a superior's d...

A Study of Thienorphine Hydrochloride Tablets in Relapse Prevention Treatment of Opioid Dependence

Opioid addiction is common worldwide. Thienorphine hydrochloride is a newly partial opioid receptor agonist drugs. It`s affinity with opioid receptors was much higher than opioids, which could effectively prevents opioid dependence by stop opioids competition for opioid receptors and causing opioid dependence. The aim of this research was to determine whether thienorphine hydrochloride would reduce opioid use and better preventing relapse among opioid addicts.

Discharge Opioid Education to Decrease Opioid Use After Cesarean

Background: The number of opioid overdose deaths in the United States has quadrupled in 15 years, a dramatic manifestation of the current opioid abuse epidemic. This rise parallels a sharp increase in the amount of legal prescription opioids dispensed. The abundance of prescription opioids available is a primary pathway for opioid abuse and diversion and higher opioid use after surgery has been associated with an increased risk of chronic opioid use. Reducing the amount of opio...

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