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02:15 EDT 21st July 2018 | BioPortfolio

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e-Natureza Project - Affective Validation of Nature Images for Hospital Use

Randomized clinical trial about the evaluation of the use of nature photographs in the positive and negative affects of oncological patients.


Nature as a Buffer Among People With Chronic Pain

This randomized controlled trial examines the effect of nature exposure on pain intensity levels among older adults who experience chronic pain. Investigators examine the effects of nature on: the experience of chronic pain, on pain catastrophizing, and on attention restoration.

Effect of Nature Based Sounds' Intervention on Agitation and Anxiety of Patients Admitted in Intensive Care Units.

Effect of nature based sounds' intervention on Agitation and Anxiety of patients admitted in Intensive Care Units of MMIMS&R Hospital, Mullana, Ambala


Walking Green: Developing an Evidence-base for Nature Prescriptions

The investigators hypothesize that walking on a nature trail will lead to greater reductions in stress and greater improvements in the capacity to direct attention as compared to walking on a suburban sidewalk. The effects of walking in these different locations will be measured using physiological and psychological outcomes. The study design is a randomized with-in person cross-over trial. Subjects will take six 50-minute walks, one walk per week for six weeks. Three walks wi...

Stay Healthy In Nature Everyday: Family Nature Outings in a Low Income Population

The SHINE study is a randomized controlled study of the effect of a park-based family support group on multiple outcomes (including stress and physical activity) in a low income population.

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Nature Sounds as a Pain and Anxiety Reducing Strategy in Patients Undergoing Breast Core Biopsy

Patients will be randomly assigned to one of two groups: the group exposed to NS, or the standard care group exposed to supportive dialogue. Patients assigned to the former group will be exposed to continuous NS throughout the CNB procedure.

Needs Assessment for Bereaved Families

The present study will focus on several objectives in the framework of the family perspective and systemic understanding of the mourning process: 1. Identification of the psychological, social and practical needs of families that have lost a child to terrorism. 2. Deepening and extending the knowledge of how families cope with the loss of a child in a violent incident of a security-related nature. 3. Identification of risk and resilience factors within ...

Automated EDSS Score Calculation by Smartphone Application

The EDSS score is the reference tool for rating disability in patients with multiple sclerosis. It is used in both daily monitoring and clinical research studies. Its main shortcoming lies in its imprecise and variable nature, with significant inter-examiner variability. This variability is the consequence of the complexity of the score rating and also of its subjective nature. The application developed aims to reduce the risk of rating error, and to homogenize the resu...

Promoting Healthy Eating and Active Playtime by Connecting Preschool Children to Nature

Recent research suggests a majority of Hong Kong's toddlers (aged 2 to 4) are much less active than is recommended and are increasingly engaged in sedentary behaviour, which places them at risk of becoming overweight or obese. The proposed project will test whether connecting families to nature positively influences physical activity (that is, active playtime) and healthy eating routines in children aged 2 to 4. The investigators have recently conducted a pilot study Play & Gro...

Incidence and Nature of Heparin-induced Skin Lesions in Medical Patients

An increased number of patients with heparin-induced skin lesions is reported in the literature. Heparin-induced skin lesions may result from either occlusion of cutaneous vessels in patients suffering from autoimmune HIT or from a type IV allergic reaction (delayed type hypersensitivity (DTH) response). However, the incidence and nature of heparin-induced skin lesions has not been determined in a prospective investigation. To address this open issue is the goal of this ongoin...

Study of Nab-paclitaxel (Abraxane®) Treatment in Patients With Metastatic Breast Cancer in Routine Clinical Practice

This is a national, multicenter, retrospective, observational post-authorization study (EPA-OD) study. The study will be conducted by reviewing the medical records of patients up to the start of the study. In each case, only data from before the start of the study will be obtained in order to ensure they are retrospective in nature, thus reflecting the regular use of nab-paclitaxel in clinical practice and avoiding interference with the physician's clinical practice. To ...

Predictive Nature of Total Cholesterol Threshold: Possible Link to Suicidal Behavior

Suicidal behavior (SB) is a public health problem. The clinical model currently admitted to the understanding of SB is a stress vulnerability model, but so far, all scientific works has no clinical application. The management of psychiatric patients, including depressed subjects, faces the inability to detect those with a high risk of SB. Many studies have shown a link between low cholesterol and SB. A study has recently proposed a total cholesterol threshold below which the ri...

HIRREM for Pre-Hypertension

This randomized, controlled clinical pilot trial will evaluate the effects associated with in-office use of closed-loop, acoustic stimulation neurotechnology (High-resolution, relational, resonance-based, electroencephalic mirroring; HIRREM), compared with acoustic stimulation not linked to brainwaves (ambient nature sounds), for participants with pre-hypertension. Data collection will occur at baseline, and at intervals after completion of the intervention. Outcomes include bl...

Pain Assessment, Incidence & Nature in Heart Failure

Heart failure, a chronic illness afflicting 5 million persons in the United States is known to cause shortness of breath and fatigue, yet at least half of persons with heart failure also report the presence of pain. The cause of pain for these persons is not clear. PAIN-HF (Pain Assessment, Incidence & Nature in Heart Failure), conducted through the Palliative Care-Heart Failure Education And Research Trials (PC-HEART) collaborative will identify the prevalence of pain, its l...

Characterization of Emotional Processing of Information in Bipolar Disorder and Schizophrenic Patients

In the case of psychotic disorders such as bipolar disorder or schizophrenia, attention dysfunction contribute, according to the theories of neuroscience, the development of mood disorders following disturbances in the interaction-care emotion. In this context, the general objective of this research project is to refine our understanding of the similarities and distinctions between bipolar and schizophrenic patients in the basic emotional information processing. Specifically, t...

Study of the Predictors of the Course and Early Outcome of Patients With Systemic Lupus Erythematosus: Nature Versus Nurture

OBJECTIVES: I. Continue yearly ascertainment visits of all patients of the established Lupus in Minority Populations: Nature vs Nurture (LUMINA) study cohort. II. Recruit into the LUMINA cohort newly diagnosed patients with systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE). III. Determine the impact of additional major histocompatibility complex (MHC) and non-MHC genetic factors not previously examined, specifically tumor necrosis factor, mannose binding protein, interleukin-1 rec...

STREAM-Strategic Reperfusion (With Tenecteplase and Antithrombotic Treatment) Early After Myocardial Infarction

This study aims at evaluating, in a proof of concept approach, the outcome of pre-hospital patients presenting with acute ST-elevation myocardial infarction within 3 hours of symptom onset. Following randomisation a strategy of early (pre-hospital) tenecteplase and additional antiplatelet and antithrombin therapy followed by catheterisation within 6-24 hours with timely coronary intervention as appropriate (or by rescue coronary intervention if required) in Group A will be comp...

Research Study on Cerebral Autosomal Dominant Arteriopathy With Subcortical Infarcts and Leukoencephalopathy (CADASIL)

The purpose of this study is to delineate early neurological features and their progression in patients with cerebral autosomal dominant arteriopathy with subcortical infarcts and leukoencephalopathy (CADASIL) in order to facilitate early diagnosis, prevent erroneous diagnosis and mistreatment and improve physician education about this relatively common yet under-recognized dementing disorder. Patients with CADASIL suffer from a variant from migraine that differs from wild typ...

Investigation of Coronary and Pulmonary Circulatory Parameters in Systemic Sclerosis

Aim: Determination of frequency and nature of coronary involvement (including epicardial and microvascular) among scleroderma patients referred for right heart catheterization.

Early Diagnosis of Small Pulmonary Nodules by Multi-omics Sequencing

Analyse immune repertoire and genetic mutations of benign and malignant pulmonary nodule,and evaluate peripheral blood detection for identifying nature of pulmonary nodule.

Human Mass Balance Study With Bilastine

The primary objective of the study is to define the absorption and excretion kinetics of bilastine in man following oral administration, and to investigate the nature of the metabolites present in plasma and excreta. The secondary objective of the study is to assess the safety and tolerability of bilastine

Natural Evolution of AV Conduction Disorders in Patients Implanted With Cardiac Pacemakers

Recent studies have shown the importance of preserving spontaneous atrio-ventricular conduction in patients implanted with an implantable cardiac pacemaker. The SafeR/AAISafeR pacing mode, developed by Sorin Group/ELA Medical and available on Reply and SymphonyTM dual-chamber pacemakers, provides physiological atrial pacing while ensuring ventricular backup pacing in case of AV block in patients implanted for Sinus Dysfunction, Brady Tachy Syndrome or paroxysmal Atrio Ventricu...

Magnesium as a Mediator of Bone and Vitamin D Metabolism in Patients on Antiepileptic Drug Therapy

The objective of this study is to determine the role of magnesium on bone and vitamin D metabolism in patients receiving anti-epileptic medications.

Variability of Tinnitus Characterization Tools and Investigation of Audiovisual Integration in Tinnitus Perception

Characterizing the nature and severity of tinnitus in individuals presents a particular challenge. The nature of the sound (loudness and pitch) is not necessarily indicative of the effect on quality of life. Different methods are used to measure each parameter. Loudness is measured using a technique called "minimum masking," in which the subject is presented with a broadband white noise and asked to adjust the loudness level until they can no longer hear their tinnitus. Severit...

Identification of Biomarkers in the Legal Medical Skin Wounds

Identify the cytokine or combination of cytokines, with the best diagnostic performance to characterize the vital nature of a skin wound in the body.


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