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This is a prospective, interventional study to assess the effectiveness and safety of a commercially available "eye magnet" to remove corneal foreign bodies.
In this study, using computerized cognitive assessments combined with multi-modal neuroimaging approach investigators aim to address three specific questions on patients with cervical and myoclonus dystonia: (i) investigate various aspects of the sense of agency and relationship to the severity of dystonia symptoms, (ii) characterize the possible link between abnormalities of movement perception and alteration of sense of agency in dystonia, (iii) (identify the neuronal ...
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness of a modified natural cycle in patients with previous poor response to infertility drugs, prior to proceeding to oocyte donation or abandoning fertility treatment.
The Resuscitation Outcomes in the Netherlands - study assesses one-year survival and quality of life after In-Hospital Cardiac Arrest(IHCA). It's design is a multicenter prospective observational cohort study which will include all patients undergoing cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) for IHCA in 2017. Current literature describes poor survival after IHCA and no risk stratification tool for long-term outcome is available. Furthermore no such study has ever been performed in t...
The Southeast Netherlands Advanced Breast Cancer (SONABRE) Registry is a real life multi-center study. The registry aims to include all patients diagnosed with advanced breast cancer as of 2007 in 14 hospitals in the Netherlands. Data on patient, tumor and treatment characteristics are collected retrospectively from electronic medical files by trained registry clerks.
The purpose of this study is to determine whether a bedside portable endoscopy is effective in identifying the esophageal foreign body in the emergency room.
This study will describe which ethical dilemmas are experienced by anesthesiologist in the Dutch Healthcare system and what the current solving strategies are for these issues. Semi- structured interviews will be conducted with anaesthesiologists employed in different hospitals in the Netherlands..
The study will test a hypothesis that the remote monitoring with text and email alerts sent to study subject and optional family/other caregiver (Intervention 1) will have a higher return on investment compared to remote monitoring with nurse researcher follow-up telephone communication to study subject (on Blue alerts) or study subject's healthcare professional (on Red alerts) (Intervention 2) and self-monitoring without intervention (Control).
The main purpose of this study is to evaluate safety and effectiveness of the treatment of multiple myeloma with bortezomib in daily practice in the Netherlands.
The aim of the study is to identify neural signatures, behavioral and phenomenological expressions of self-related processes including: sense of agency, semantic distinction between self and other, selflessness (altruism), social agency, embodied self (interoception), perceptual functioning of dissolved self including hallucinations and crossmodal processing, and finally the mystical type dissolution of the self.
The "Thousand Asian American Study" or "TAAS" aims to test 2,000 foreign-born and children of foreign born Asian Americans residing in Sacramento county residents for HBV and (2) counsel at least 90% of those whose screening results are positive for HBV.
By means of a questionnaire the investigators will study the implementation of hysteroscopy in Flanders and the Netherlands
This study of healthy normal volunteers will examine the brain networks involved in people's sense that they control their own movements (sense of agency). Although almost everyone has a sense of agency, some patients (for example, patients with schizophrenia, alien limb phenomena, and others) have movements they think are not under their control. This study will use electroencephalography (EEG) to determine how the normal brain produces the sense of agency. This information wi...
The purpose of this study is to assess visual quality of patients with non-penetrating, non-metallic, stable corneal foreign bodies. Visual quality will be assessed by examining visual acuity, wavefront analysis and contrast sensitivity. Drawings, photographs, and confocal microscopy will be used to document clinical examination of the cornea at baseline and on follow-up examinations.
The study design is a prospective, non-interventional, observational single arm study. A minimum of 150 patients will be recruited from approximately 30 haematology/oncology sites in the Netherlands. In all cases, the decision to treat the patient with azacitidine was already made prior to the decision to enter the subject into the study. Recruitment will continue until end of June 2015, provided a minimum of 150 patients have been included in the study. When this date is rea...
Rationale: New bronchoscopic treatments for emphysema have shown promise in clinical trials, improving lung function, exercise capacity and possibly survival and are now being adopted by a number of centres in the Netherlands. It is important to ensure that the benefits seen in clinical trials are in fact reflected in clinical practice and that the best use of this early 'real world' experience is made to optimise the development and use of these novel therapies. Overall...
This study will examine changes in mother-child relationships when mothers are pregnant, because this period may involve conflicts between mothers and children. A widely held evolutionary theory postulates that because parents and offspring share only about 50 percent of their genes, conflicts occur and would most likely occur at times when parental investment decreases. Offspring benefit from obtaining maximal parental investment and may demand more investment than parents a...
Under normal conditions our immune system protects us against infections and tumors. The immune system does this by recognizing that the infecting organism or the tumor is foreign to the body and attacking it. One way the immune system attacks a foreign target is by making proteins called antibodies that bind to the target. Sometimes, for reasons we poorly understand, the immune system wrongly identifies part of our own body as being foreign and attacks it. This can result ...
The ability to recognize of being the actors of the behaviour and its consequences, the so-called "Sense of Agency" (SoA), is a crucial component of self-awareness. One key aspect is the distinction from a mere inference about the causality between an act and its consequences and the sense of being the agent of it. Despite a large number of behavioural studies, there is unsatisfactory evidence on the functional anatomical underpinnings of the SoA and the distinction between cau...
This study involves the use of investigational vaccines. A vaccine is a medicine that causes the body to make antibodies. Antibodies help destroy foreign substances that enter the body. The purpose of this study is to find the right dose of a new vaccine that is safe and produces a good immune response (how well your body recognizes and defends itself against harmful foreign substances). There are two Staphylococcus aureus toxoids (components or antigens) under investigati...
Selective decontamination of the digestive tract (SDD) is a prophylactic measure aimed at reducing Gram negative flora in the gut with an aim to reduce nosocomial infections such as ventilator-associated pneumonia. A recent large randomized trial in the Netherlands showed that SDD use was associated with reduced mortality in the ICU. Theoretically, SDD may select for Gram positive organisms such as MRSA or VRE. This was not observed in the Dutch study, but the rates of MRSA an...
During the last pandemic influenza antivirals were prescribed both as prophylaxis and treatment. However, adherence rates were suboptimal. This study assessed the effect of theory-based and evidence-based health messages, which promoted the use of antivirals as prophylaxis for pandemic influenza, on intentions to use antivirals. Using hypothetical scenarios, the investigators tested whether written health communications about pandemic flu and recommended preventative medication...
As the number of older people in Europe grows, increasing healthy life years is a priority. As people live longer, ensuring good mental as well as physical health into later years is becoming ever more important. Cognitive decline, dementia (e.g. Alzheimer's Disease, AD), sleep disturbances and depression, all related to psychological distress and anxiety, are significant drivers of reduced quality of life in older adults. This project builds on evidence that meditation practic...
Bioequivalence Study of Daclatasvir From Prodactariv 60 mg Film Coated Tablets (International Drug Agency for Pharmaceutical Industry (IDI), Egypt) and Clatazev 60 mg Tablets (Bristol-Myers Squibb Pharma, UK)
An open label randomized, single dose, two-way crossover bioequivalence study to determine the bioequivalence of Daclatasvir from Prodactariv 60 mg F.C.T (International Drug Agency for Pharmaceutical Industry (IDI), Egypt) and Clatazev 60 mg F.C.T (Bristol-Myers Squibb Pharma, UK) in Healthy Human Volunteers Under Fasting Condition
The purpose of this study is to find out which doses of talimogene laherparepvec (T-Vec) can be given safely to participants with pancreatic cancer that is either too big to be taken out by surgery or has spread to other parts of the body. The study will also see if T-Vec can cause tumor shrinkage or prevent its growth. To find out which doses are safe, all participants enrolled in this study will receive up to 4 injections of T-Vec. At least two doses will be evaluated in thi...