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Intervention Study of Face Mask and Hand Sanitizer to Reduce Influenza Transmission

Pharmaceutical interventions, particularly vaccination, have been the principal public health method of preventing and controlling seasonal influenza. Other less invasive non-pharmaceutical interventions include the use of face masks and hand hygiene. In Asia, masks are used extensively, especially in Japan, but with only circumstantial evidence of efficacy. Although there are numerous studies that support hand hygiene as an effective measure for decreasing transmission of ente...


Evaluating Modes of Influenza Transmission Between Humans

Most countries of the world, including the USA are making preparations for a possible influenza pandemic. Such an event will constitute a global public health emergency, but it is impossible to predict when this will happen. Up to 80 million people could die worldwide, so as much as possible needs to be done in advance to find ways of how the impact can be reduced. Although the investigators know that medical interventions such as anti-influenza drugs and antibiotics will be im...

Study of the Protective Effect of an Injectable Influenza Vaccine Against Influenza Illness in Adults Under 50 y.o.

The goal of this study is to determine whether Fluviral, an inactivated, injectable trivalent influenza vaccine (flu shot) is effective in preventing respiratory illnesses that are severe enough to limit normal daily activities and that are shown by virus culture to be caused by influenza viruses. The study will also examine the safety of the vaccine and collect measurements of the immune system responses produced by the vaccine.


Pilot Study of Lateral Rotation Interventions for Efficacy and Safety in ICU Care

Intensive care unit (ICU) patients on respirators are at high risk for preventable pulmonary complications (PPC). Turning these patients from side to side may reduce PPC, but carries the burden of decreases in blood pressure and oxygenation. The investigators hypothesize that there will be no difference in PPC or adverse events when ICU patients on respirators are turned by nurses or by an automated turning bed.

Just-in-time Elastomeric Training and Fit Testing (JET FIT)

This is a national multicenter pragmatic demonstrative clinical trial to evaluate feasibility of a just in time elastomeric half mask respirator (EHMR) fit test and competency training for healthcare personnel (HCP) during a simulated public health emergency. This study will assess participant and institution ability to rapidly convert and demonstrate proficiency using reusable respirators in the healthcare field to provide a stopgap for respiratory protection program guideline...

The Physiological Impact of N95 Masks on Medical Staff

Wearing N95 masks may have adverse physical effect on medical staff

Noninvasive Ventilation Masks Carbon Dioxide Clearance in Normal Volunteers

This study will be a randomized crossover trial that will be conducted at Rush University. The study will be conducted with 20 healthy volunteers who will be placed on ICU ventilator operating in the NIPPV mode. All subjects will perform 15 minutes of breathing on NIPPV on each mask of the 4 different masks (2 oronasal and 2 full face masks) that are randomly selected. Breathing through each mask will be followed by a 5- minute wash out period between masks. End tidal Carbon Di...

Protective Mechanisms Against a Pandemic Respiratory Virus (SLVP024)

The purpose of the study is to investigate and compare the human immune response in epithelial cells of the nasopharyngeal mucosa and in blood to live, attenuated influenza vaccine (LAIV) in adults and in children.

Response to Influenza Virus Vaccination in Patients Immunocompromised Due to Chemotherapy

Patients treated with chemotherapy or immunosuppressives are at higher risk of influenza infection and mortality and morbidity are higher compared to healthy adults. Vaccination against the influenza virus can prevent these complications. In this study it is investigated whether vaccination during chemotherapy is effective in reaching protective serum antibody concentrations and the relation between time of vaccination (day 4 +/- 1 day versus day 16 +/- 1 day of the chemotherap...

Closed vs. Open Face Masks for Cranial Radiotherapy

The aim of the study is to evaluate whether open-face masks improve patient comfort/preference whilst maintaining immobilization performance as known for closed masks in patients undergoing whole or partial cranial radiotherapy.

Clinical Validation of the Point-of-Care MSD Influenza Test

The primary objective of this study is to evaluate the performance of the MSD® Influenza Test in detecting influenza A and influenza B in subjects presenting with influenza-like-illness (ILI).

Rapid Diagnostic Test for Influenza

The primary objective of this study is to evaluate the performance of the MSD® Influenza Test in detecting influenza A and influenza B in subjects presenting with influenza-like-illness (ILI).

Design and Development of an Infant's Oriented Face Mask

Face masks are used for many respiratory care applications such as anaesthesia, resuscitation, and aerosol therapy. None of the currently available face mask for infants and young children are specifically designed and developed for infants. The aim of this study is to design, develop and test the first infant's oriented face mask. To achieve this ultimate goal we will first define appropriate sizes of infants' faces that would be used as templates for the design and developme...

Facial Mask Tightness: A Comparative Study

A correct preoxygenation can be obtained after a 3min delay of calm ventilation through a tight mask thereafter mask is used to make the patient breathing before intubation. Most tight masks are actually sold but they have never been compared in studies. The aim of this study is to compare air leaks with standard facial mask and QuadraLite masks during preoxygenation and induction of anesthesia.

Effect of Influenza Vaccination or Infection on the Development of Protective Immunity in Children

This study is a prospective surveillance of the immune response to seasonal vaccination in healthy children. The study will enroll a total of approximately 160 subjects. 80 children will be vaccinated with inactivated influenza vaccine (IIV) and will be divided into 4 age cohorts: 20 children between 6-12 months of age, 20 children greater than 12 months of age and born after 2009, 20 children with a birth date between 2006 and 2009, and 20 children with a birth date between 20...

Adjuvanted Influenza Vaccination Year 2 Follow-On Survey

The purpose of this study is to determine if different influenza vaccines produce different outcomes in nursing facility residents receiving the required annual influenza vaccination.

Can the Use of Ear Plugs and Eye Masks Help to Improve Sleep Quality After Major Abdominal Surgery?

The importance of good sleep has been gaining interest in critically ill patients as poor sleep is associated with increased rates of delirium, non-invasive ventilation failure and stress to the patient. The use of earplugs and eye masks has been shown to result in longer sleep time and better sleep quality. The primary outcome of this randomized control trial is to evaluate if the use of eye masks and earplugs in patients undergoing major abdominal surgery will lead to ...

Earplugs and Eye Masks for Reducing Delirium

There has been some recent evidence to support the use of earplugs and eye masks to prevent delirium, but the existing studies have been small, have not been thoroughly replicated, and have only been conducted with ICU patients. Therefore, we propose to conduct a single-arm pilot study for an eventual single-blinded randomized controlled trial designed to assess the efficacy of earplugs and eye masks worn at night for prevention of delirium in a population of general medicine i...

Phase II Study of Pandemic Influenza Vaccine

The World Health Organisation has warned that an influenza pandemic is inevitable. The avian influenza H5N1 virus strain is the leading candidate to cause the next influenza pandemic. This study will test the safety and immunogenicity of a H5N1 Pandemic Influenza Vaccine in healthy adults. The Study will also assess Lot to Lot consistency of the Pandemic Influenza Vaccine.

Immunogenicity and Safety of Trivalent Recombinant Hemagglutinin Influenza Vaccine in Healthy Adults

The purpose of this study was to determine the dose-related safety, immunogenicity, and protective efficacy of a trivalent recombinant hemagglutinin influenza vaccine in healthy adults.

Transmission of Influenza Virus From Asymptomatic Healthcare Workers and Inpatients in the Acute Care Hospital Setting

The epidemiology and transmission dynamics of influenza in hospitals are only poorly understood, particularly with respect to subjects without symptoms of influenza infection (e.g. without fever, cough, sore throat, nasal congestion, weakness, headache, loss of appetite, or myalgia). Knowledge about whether asymptomatic subjects are able to transmit influenza is of major importance. If they do transmit influenza, vaccination of patients and healthcare workers (HCW) before star...

Prospective Evaluation of the Fluid Rapid Influenza Test

The primary objective of this study is to evaluate the fluID Rapid Influenza Test's ability in detecting influenza A and influenza B from individuals presenting with signs and symptoms of influenza-like illness (ILI).

Evaluation of Responses to Fluzone® in Infants ≥ 6 Months of Age Who Did or Did Not Receive Fluzone® at 2 Months of Age

The study is to compare the 2 Groups with respect to antibody responses to inactivated influenza vaccine. Observational Objectives: - To describe the percentage of participants with protective Hemagglutinin (HAI) antibody titers to each of the 3 vaccine antigens in both study groups following each vaccination. - To describe the HAI geometric mean titer (GMTs) to each of the 3 vaccine antigens in both study groups following each vaccination. ...

Effect of the Interferon Alpha Citizen by Sub-Lingual Way on the Humoral Immunizing Answer

Influenza vaccination reduces the morbidity and mortality associated with influenza infection in at risk groups including the elderly and individuals with an impaired immune response, but is not totally protective in all recipient. Cytokines including type I interferons are known to play a key role in the innate immune response to virus infection and in the induction of the primary adaptive-immune response. Thus, we evaluated the safety of sublingual administration of IFNa and...

Evaluation of a School-based Influenza Vaccination Program

The purpose of this study is to determine whether inactivated influenza vaccines are effective to protect school children and their households from getting influenza infection and further prevent student's absenteeism.


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